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Tuesday, October 8, 1974

FHE MICHIGAN DAILY

rage Seven

Tuesday, October 8, 1974 lI-IE MICHIGAN DAILY

l'aoe Seven

Jones slams mayor's actions

By DAVID WHITING 1
City Councilwoman C a r o1
Jones (D-Second Ward) warned
students against being "short-,
changed" by a mayoral-ap-
pointed committee handling $12
million in revenue sharing mon-
ies - a committee which coun-
cil approved last night.
Jones' warning referred to
one of two groups chosen to de-
termine the fate of Commun-
ity Development Revenue Shar-
ing (CDRS) funds from the fed-
eral government, to be paid
over a six-year period.
JONES CHARGED, "There is
a lack of representation from
student areas on the committee
. . . I hope that people from
campus will participate in the
input and make up for those

Mayor James Stephenson has forcible rapes over the

stressed that citizens with ideas
on SDRS spending should sub-
mit ideas in writing to the,
mayor's office.
According to Stephenson, the
CDRS funds should "benefit the
city at large, particularly low
and moderate income groups."
With one group chosen from
various departments at city
hall. .
THE SECOND group, which!

year, saying "I question the
omission of crime deterrence as
a top priority in your program."
The mayor went on to sug-
gest "a specially trained rape
unit" in the police department.
The Anti-Rape Committee is
presently separate from the po-
lice.
COUNCIL further moved to:
-approve the building of a

Ford to
voice plan
(Continued from Page 1)
ber, Rep. Jerry Pettis (R-,
Calif.), added, "I don't like the
idea of a surtax. Maybe as
part of a package it might have
some chance."
Collier said the present eco-
nomic situation differs from the
one that prevailed during the,
Vietnam war when Congress atI
the request of President Lyndon
Johnsonenacted a 10 per cent]
across the board surtax. Exces-
sive demand then was the prob-
lem, he said, but the present
inflation is caused by escalat-
ing costs and scarcities.
Rep. John Anderson (R-Il1.),
chairman of the House GOP
Conference, asked what reaction
he had heard from his col-
leagues, said "T h e y a r e
aghast."

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Voters jam Union
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The situation turned calami-

and North Campus. But Human tous when the lines were about
Rights Party (HRP) members to close: Registrars ware only
were shuttling late-comers to administering the first and last
city hall after the Union regis- 'words of the oath. They left
tration had closed, cards half completed and hand-
ed out change-of-address cars
TADMr 1en masse.

prompted Jones' remarks, was Fotomat store next to Gino's on
chosen from citizens attending State and Washington St.;
a CDRS information meeting -pass at first reading an or-
ten days ago and will be chair- dinance adding whales to the
ed by former Fourth Ward city's endangered species list;
GOP councilman William Col- and
burn. -upgrade the Blind Pig from
On another matter, Stephen- a "Tavern" to a "Class C" es-
son chided the recently Anti- tablishment, serving hard li-'
Rape Committee for a rise in quor.

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1x1rJAtI i xtiiX omas l oran,
compiling his registration cards
after the lines finally began to
thin, commented, "I think this
is really disgusting. City Coun-
cil has gone about as far as it
can. It is pretty obvious to me
that they just don't want stu-
dents to register."

One registrar summed up the
attitude toward the hard line
taken by council pn campus
registration. "I'm sorry, but we'
cannot register you," he shouted
at a straggler who appeared:
after 4 p.m. "They are standing
over us with whips and chains
saying, 'No, no you can' give

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Moran likened he situation to these people
the South when it refused to

Fleming talks 'U' finances
(Continued from Page 1) He said criteria other than into academics," he added. He,
tuition here is the highest in high school grades and test stressed the need for graduate.
the state, and third highest scores-such as counselors' rec- students to attack the "stag-
among public colleges in the na- ommendations-would then have gering number of substantive
tion. to carry more weight in admis- problems" of the society.
sions. But he confessed that a "THERE WAS a time when
"HOPEFULLY things will im- new set of criteria would be educational institutions w e r e
prove," said Fleming, "but "more subjective than objec- free to go about their own busi-
don't ask me how." tive." ness with only minimal re-
straints," Fleming said, be-
Hinting that the University HE WOULD not make spe- moaning the loss of University
treat from is minorityads cific references to the possible autonomy to the state.
sions goals, Fleming cited a changes in the University s af- Fleming said he is hopeful
need for, a new policy" tead firmative action goals for min- that more people in the gov-
missions if and when the Su- ority admissions. ernment will come to the reali-
preme Court rules affirmative Fleming said that "educa- zation that present restrictions
action guidelines unconstitution- tional problems are now great- -many of them financial-"are
al. Fleming called the likeli-f er at the grad level than the not necessarily productive, even
hood of such a ruling "at least undergrad." from the standpoint of the gov-
even." . "Too many Ph.D's have gone ernment.
MoJo student robbed
(Continued from Page 1) man is still being sought.
TWO SUSPECTS, Raymond Money that may have been
Frye and Winfred Cooper, were from Carlson's wallet was re-
apprehended by city police a covered from the two suspects, ,
short time later as they got into and a handgun was found under
a car near the dorm. A third the car.
CONCERNED RACKHAM
GRADUATE STUDENTS:
Rackham Student Government is now accept-
ing applications for membership. There are
openings for representatives in the followging
divisions: Physical Sciences and Engineering,
Social Sciences, Humanities, Education. Con-
tact Rm. 2006 Rackham Bldg. for application
forms.

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Congressaand the people willthing here," he said. "'Voting
offer prompt support and assist- isn't a luxury; it is a right and V
ance to any fair and equitable it is being denied by the Repub- , W
policy of economic recovery." lican administration." $

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