Friday, October 18, 1974
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Friday, October 18, 1974 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven
Fleming rejects budget cuts
Rocky's wife has mastectomy
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FLEMING argued yesterday
that "we've edged into non-
salary Items about as much as
we can." He explained that
further budget cuts could only
be made by laying off person-
nel or by boosting tuition. He
added that both alternatives
were undesireable, and should
only be used as a last resort.
Milliken's earlier letter asked
Fleming to "assume that tui-
tion increases and enrollment
decreases are not viable alter-
natives" to make up revenues
lost if state appropriations are
slashed from this year's $105.5
million to next year's targeted
The governor stated. specific-
ally that the four per cent cut
would not include reductions in
funds intended for staff salary
increases or for "built-in infla-
Nevertheless, Milliken admit-
ted Tuesday that state aid to
the University will likely in-
crease next year, despite the
letter asking for cutbacks.
FLEMING will officially re- (Continued from Page 1) cancerous. Ms. Ford, now back'
spond to the letter in Novem- at the White House, is said to
ber, and the governor will make nodes in the area were removed be making an excellent re-
his official recommendations to but the chest muscle was left. coverx.
the state legislature in January. They added that the cancer
The Regents also heard argu- did not appear to have entered ASKED ABOUT the coinci-
ments at yesterday's meeting on the lymph system and that she dence, Rockefeller said, "It's
the Committee on the Ecenomic would have an excellent chance ironic and unbelievable."
Status of the Faculty's (CESF) of complete recovery. Dr. Jerome Urban, the sur-
proposed 18 per cent faculty geon who performed the opera-
pay boost hike. Ms. Rockefeller's operation tion, said there were no com-
Ford denies deal
(Continued from Page 1) disclosure would be devastating,1
"I'm confident all the facts even catastropic, insofar as1
are not out," said Rep. John , President Nixon was concern-
Conyers (D-Mich.)s author of ed,"bFordsaid. The tape wasf
one of the two resolutions of made public Aug. 5, producing1
inquiry that led to Ford's ap- overwhelming s e n t i m e n t in 1
pearance. Congress for Nixon's impeach-
REP. BELLA Abzug (D-N.Y.), ment.
author of the other one, said Ford said other steps beingg
more witnesses had to be call- considered on Aug. 1 were fight-c
ed, particularly Haig, before ing impeachment to the end,r
Congress and the nation could resignation at once, resignation
be certain there was no deal at a later date, a temporaryn
involved in the pardon. stepdown by Nixon, trying to f
"This is only the beginning," get a censure vote as an alter- o
she said. native to. impeachment, anJ a
Before submitting to brief Nixon pardon of himself.
questioning by the subcommit- Ford said Haig did not advo-
tee members, Ford read for 45S ae'no hgoton n
minutes from a prepared state- thany the op i econ
ment in which he recounted to mendation of his own until he
a nationwide radio-TV audience had time for further thought.
the steps leading up to the I
FRANK RHODES, Vice Pres-
ident for Academic Affairs,'
hinted that the committee would
likely compromise on a lower'
figure (probably 12 per cent)
before the Regents recaiveethe
proposed hike for final ap-
Several of the Regents argued
that the proposed 18 per cent
boost was unreasonably igh.
Regent Deane Baker (R-Ann
Arbor) said that "to go before
the people of the state with an
18 per cent increase in view of l
the present economic conditions
is just not a realistic request."
However, CESF Chairman
Economics Prof. Saul Hyman,
contended that the hike was
"a modest proposal" and is
necessary to make University
aculty salaries competitive with
ther "peer institutions."'
follows by 19 days similar sur-
gery undergone by President1
Ford's wife Betty, whose right
breast was discovered to be:
plications and that Ms. Rocke-
feller was in excellent condi-
tion. "She is in fine sports,"
She may be released from the
hospital within a week t) 10
days, he added.r
WHEN REPORTERS were
called to Rockefeller's midtown.
Manhattan townhouse yesterday:
morning, they thought that;
politics would be the subject.
Rockefeller's nomination as vice l
president has run into difficul-
ties because of revelations that
he gave political associates
more than $2 million in gifts
and that his family finan.med
a critical biography of a po-
Rockefeller, however, refused
to discuss or to speculate on
how his wife's operation may
affect his political future.
The couple's marriage in
1963 caused great controversy.
Both divorced their e a r 1 i e r
spouses in order to marry and
the events greatly hurt R cke-
feller's efforts to win the 1964
Republican nomination for Pres-
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FORD SAID the pardon wasI
first mentioned to him by Haig
a week before Nixon resigned,
as one of six courses of action
being considered in the WhiteC
House. The meeting was
prompted by the discovery that
a tape Nixon had been wirh-
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