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Tuesday, January 2'8,'l 975

Page Seven

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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-Tuesday, January 28, 1975 THEll MICHIGAN DAILY-

Cobb rejects two-year, no ten

(Continued from Page 1)
Cobb was the Regents' choice
by a unanimous vote.
A source close to the Regents
said one board member de-I
scribed the six-hour, highly see
retive meeting as "the roughest
one I've been in." At least one
Regent, the source contended,
came from the meeting con-
vinced that Fleming and
Rhodes .made a "manipulative"
effort to get Regental approval
of carte - blanche negotiations $
with Cobb.-
WHILE noting that at least
one Regent was absent froml
the meeting, the source indi-
cated that the sessions' several
votes did not include decisions
on the specific offer Fleming:,
apparently gave Cobb by tele-
phone last night. :

Fleming yesterday denied the
reportedly high emotional level
of the Sunday meeting.
"There was no rancor, no
animosity," he said. "All dif-
ferences of opinion were just
honestly expressed as differ-
ences."

BUT Fleming added: "It is
not always easy to get one set
of them (the Regents) to get an-
other set to agree."
He refused to comment when
asked if his statement referred
to the Regents' earlier split
over the deanship choice. The
Daily learned last week that
the board chose Cobb unani-
mously after defeating a pro-
Frye motion by a 5-3 vote.
Frye, several sources affirm-
ed, has had the strong support
of both Fleming and Rhodes

throughout the deanship selec-
tion process.
One high-level source predict-
ed Cobb would not get an ac-
ceptable offer from the admin-
istration and will reject the
deanship - a chain of events
intended by Fleming a n d
Rhodes, the source claimed.
Fleming refused to comment
on his reported preference for
Frye, who has recently receiv-
ed strong indications of sup-
port from LSA faculty and ad-
ministrators. Rhodes could not
be reached for a statement as
The Daily received new reports
on the deanship decision late
last night.

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CURS actfivis t;
denies politcking
(Continued from Page 1) Hall. To get out of the red, the
fantasy." city needs additional revenue
On December 7 Colburn and beyond taxes.
another former GOP council- As a result, the citizens' com-
a Brian Conney, sugge d mittee proposed almost $.5 mit-
nn, similarp n ges lion of the federal grant which
nine similar percentage ailoca-wudgont tyhl.
tion forspedingthegran inwould go into city hall.
tins forspending the grant in -$100,000 for rehabilitation of
categories outlined by City Hall public housing which only the
Jim Chaffers, a committee Housing Commission c o u 1 d
member, asked Colburn to de- handle;
-$371,000 for code enforce-
fine the nine categories the ment which falls under the
committee was to vote on De- Building and Safety's jurisdic-
cember 7. Colburn refused com- tion; and{

THE administration's alleged
disinterest in Cobb - despite
her unanimous selection by the
Regents - will probably dis-
courage the Connecticut Col-
lege dean from accepting any
contract, one of The Daily's
sources contended last night.
But the source close to Cobb
said she is still eager to take
the position vacated by Rhodes
when he became vice president
last summer. According to the
source, Cobb indicated yester-
day that she will still attempt
to get a satisfactory contract
from the University.
WHILE both Fleming and
University Secretary Richard
Kennedy rejected reports of a
rift between the administration
and some of the Regents, Flem-
ing indicated late last week he
fears the deanship controversy
might not come to a successful
conclusion.
"As to whether this one (de
cision) will work itself out," h
said Friday, "I just don'
know."
"This should not be cast in
the light of some vast new de
parture from the traditional re
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are offer F'
lationship of the Regents and 4
the administration," Kennedy
insisted.,f ic b he f o
BUT when asked if Sunday's
Imeeting included heated dis-'A 1mE.U
putes between administrators 01 love, UnON iOeiizV{{
and Regents, Kennedy paused 0
at length and said, "I am not I-
authorized to comment on
that." 'a e dw {R
Echoing earlier confirmations*
on Cobb's high qualifications a
source close to the Connecticut S
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night, "She's outstandingly qual-~~ fO u lt j
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ment saying "I don't think I
can give a specific definition
at this point."
ALTHOUGH the members on
committee strongly opposed at
least one of Colburn's sugges-
tions, seven of the nine per-
centage allocations recommend-
ed between Colburn and Connel-
ly were finally passed late in
the meeting.
$48,000 recommended by Col-
burn for the physical redevelop-
ment of downtown was attacked
by Joanne Ladio, a member of
the committee, as "a redundant
category."
The Republican Council faces
a budget deficit of at least
$286,050 and has already had to
resort to lay offs within City

--$18,000 for public works
equipment purchase.
HUD is expected to give the
city the $2.5 million grant some-
time next summer after council
submits a plan to be reviewed
by the Southeastern Michigan
Council of Governments and the
County Planning Commission.
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