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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

rriday, January 24, 1975

Page EighI THE MICHIGAN DAILY rriday, January 24, 1975

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Praise given Cobb;
U' maintains sience

(Continued from Page 1)
Michigan, she is still making an
excellent contribution to higher
education."
Support for Frye in LSA also
appeared to grow yesterday,
and several faculty members
yesterday expressed concern
that publicity on the Regental
appointment of Cobb had created
a hornet's nest," making it
impossible for any of the can-
didates to accept the position.
BUT one committee member
blasted rumors that Cobb would
be unable to accept the post, as-
serting, "She's tough enough"
SOM ETH I NG
NEW
IS COMING TO
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to survive the controversy.
One faculty member yester-
day :reiterated support for Frye,
observing "A lot of people are
becoming newly aware of Frye's
good points."
The Daily learned Saturday
that Cobb had been chosen Fri-
day by the Regents to take the
post currently held by Acting
Dean Frye. High-level sources
later reaffirmed the Regental
decision and said the board
voted 8-0 for Cobb.
Kennedy yesterday stood by
President- Robben Fleming's
statement that an actual deci-
sion on the deanship is yet to
come, and reiterated the presi-
dents refusal to comment on
the unanimous Regental deci-
sion last Friday.
Kennedy also lent credence
to the report of Rhodes' trip to
Connecticut by declining to deny
that report.
Fleming, who was out of
town yesterday, said Tuesday
he expects the decision " in a
couple of weeks," but Kenne-
dy indicated some statement
will be released next week.
Ford asks
support for
S. Viets
WASHINGTON (Reuter) -
President Ford tonight accused
North Vietnam of total disre-
gard of the 1973 Geneva peace
agreement by infiltrating nearly
100,000 troops into South Viet-
nam.
He appealed, in a live inter-
view broadcast on the National
Broadcasting Company (NBC)
television network, for support
for his proposal to give South
Vietnam an additional $300 mil-
lion to fight anti-government
forces.
"THE BEST estimate of the
experts . . . is that $300 million
is the minimum," he said.
Ford said Congress had un-
dercut South Vietnam's military
capability by cutting the current
foreign aid appropriation from
$1.4 billion last year to $700 mil-
lion for the current financial
year.
The President added: "$300
million in South iVetnam could
very likely be the key for pre-
serving their freedom and might
conceivably force North Viet-
nam to stop violating the Paris
accord of Jan., 1973," he de-
clared.
"NORTH Vietnam agreed not
to infiltrate, but the facts are
that they have infiltrated count-
less thousands-I believe nearly
100,000," Ford added.

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A few waitresses pick their way through broken glass and rub ble outside the twelve-story Europa Hotel in Belfast, Northern
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(Continued from Page 1) back, they might get on otherI
is not in my mind." peoples' backs," he said.
Acting literary college (LSA) Amy Devine, another Pilot!
Dean Billy Frye has urged the student, urged people to con-
students to wait until the middle tact former Pilot students in the
of February before taking any hope that the sheer numbers
action. It is then, he says, that will influence the legislature's
the state legislature will have and the University's decisions.
decided on how much to cut the A DEMOCRATIC Precinct
University's budget. Delegate in attendance, Gary
THE DAILY learned yester- Fabian, said that he is going
day that Governor William Mil- to Detroit for a convention this
liken will, in fact, recommend weekend and will talk to Uni-
to the legislature that appro- versity Regent Sarah Power.
priations to state institutions be He urged people to send letters
cut nearly 4 per cent. to Power to pressure her to
In addition to the student let- support Pilot.
ter writint and "The central issue is whether
ter writing and petition cam- LSA is going to get cut or not,"
paig , Munson is asking that said Larry Maloney a Pilot
faculty members write Dean Resident Fellow. He wants to
Frye. "He is getting a little - ___
nervous already," he said.
Howard Learner, a pilot pro-
gram student, suggested that iV#as
students write to Senator Gil-I ua
bert Bursley (R-Ann Arbor) and
others on the state Education " l
Committee in hopes they can do Cu t i'
something about the alleged
cutbacks. "If we get on their

circulate a petition among the
faculty but, in his words, "it
would be tough because of
apathy and antagonism."
He thinks it would be more
realistic to draft "a convincing
position paper" that would ar-

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gue that other things should be has been an attempt on the part
cut instead of the Pilot Pro- of the University to overbudget
gram. It would argue the rela- its needs without a definite plan
tive merits of the Program, he for how to spend the additional
says. monies.
Former Pilot Program Direc- MUNSON further asserts that
tor Tom Lobe said of the con- a reduction in the accumulation
troversy, "It is not an economic in the fund, coupled with the
situation, it is a political situa- other proposals represents the
tion. The Pilot Program is not difference between the RSC re-
expendable," he added. port and the Housing Office's
One irate student then ex- recommendation.
claimed, "If we squawk loud Feldkamp, in turn, laid the
enough they may not cut us." blame for the build-up in the
fund at the feet of the commit-
tee, claiming that past RSC's
fo 1r had allocated money for pro-
grams that had never come to
pass. He claimed it was this
unspent money that led to the
present excess funds.
University Housing Council
President Dan Berlan then
may include the end of the Pi- -suggested a compromise be-
lot Program, departmental hir- tween the RSC proposal and
ing freezes, and across the Feldkamp's, which the Hous-
board departmental budget ing Director flatly refused.
trimming. AFTER Lieberman called for
- --and received approval of the
PSC recommendations, discus-
i sion continued as to the form
il the report will assume when
sent to Johnson. Feldkamp nor-
mally presents HUC recommen-
s dations to Johnson, and sever-
al students wanted assurance
* ' that their position would be
represented.
When asked about the chances
(Continued from Page 1) for his report going to the Re-
gents unscathed, Munson said:
er a 15 minute recess. "I hope the Regents realize that
Bob Black, Gary Baker, Elliot a lot of staff and student input
Chikofsky, Candace Massey, has gone into the considera-
Karl Chen, and James Stern all tion."
voted against reconsideration. -----

310 MAYNARD

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(Continued from Page 1) 1
tio and higher utility costs

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Friday, January 24
Day Calendar
WUOM: Ralph Nader, "Consumer
Protection & Corporate Responsi-
bility," at Ford Hal Forum series,
9:45 am.
Educ. Media Ctr.: "Colpone by
Ben Jonson," Schorling Aud., SEB,
noon.
Anatomy: Boiolgical Chemistry;
Human Genetics; Microbiology;
Pharmacology; Physiology; Jos. F.
Fletcher, U. VA," Ethical Restraints
on Biological Development," So. Lec.
Hall, Med. Scl II, 3:30 pm.
Friends of Ann Arbor Zendo; Ctr.
Japanese Studies; Studies in Re-
ligion; Roshi Philip Kapleau, "Zen:
The GreatuDeath and the Great
Revival," Aud. 3, MLB, 4 pm.
Botany, Zoology: E. C. Pielou.
Dalhousi U., Nova Scotia, "Zoned
Vegetation: Investigations and In-
ferences," Rm. 2, MLB, 4 pm.
Astronomy Colloquium: Chas.

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and}
-the four per cent cut, totalling
about $3.8 million.
The four per cent cut is com-
puted against the 1974--75 state
appropriation of $97 million. TheI
new base figure then becomes
$93.2 million. Thus, when the
$7-8 million increases are added,'
the result is a figure of over
$100 million.
This appropriation only rep-
resents a $3-4 million increase
over last year's figure - andk

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Uniersty ffiial sy that this
amount will not pay the bills.
For example, one source
said yesterday that Milliken
would request approximately
five percent in salary increases
for University employes. t

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Cowley, "Nuclear and Non-Nuclear To fund that increase would1
Abundance Patterns in Manganes cost nearly $6 million. Utility
Stars," P&A Coloq. Rm., 4 pm. costs are expected to increase
Ice , 70 vs. Minnesota, Yost nearly $1 million, and infla-
Int'l Div., I. M. Sports: Badmin- tion in equipment purchasesl
ton, volleyball, tennis, jogging, tab- perhaps another $1 million.
le tennis, jogging, table tennis, Bar-
bour, Waterman Gym, 7:30-10:30 pm. These increases total about
U. S., China's'Peoples's Friendship $4.5 million more than the $3-4
Assoc.: "World's Population Prob- million hike recommended by
lem and Food Crisis," Kuenzel Rm., Milliken. Administrators have
Union, 8 pm.Mlie.Amnitaoshv
Music School: Chamber Choir & indicated they are panning in-
Orchestra, Stravinsky's Oedipus Rex, ternal improvements to pay thea
Hill, 8 pm. bills.
Int'l Folk Dance: Barbour Gym, Tils
8:15 pm. Those internal adjustments
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In other action Council agreed
to pay Legal Advocate Tom
Bentley $5,000 to cover services
rendered, despite protests of
some members that council has
no obligation to pay Bentley
since they claimed he was not
under contract.
BENTLEY in rebuttal claim-
ed that Council had passed mo-
tions as recently as January 9
certifying his service as coun-
sel, and that these motions
could be considered evidence
in a court of law.
"Last spring this organization
was working in the red. They
didn't even have money to run
an election. Out of courtesy to
SGC I waited until they were
in a better position to pay me,
stated Bentley.

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