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Friday, September 14, 1973
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Bullard seeks ruling
on fee hike legality
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Successful strike means
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opening night of the "women's struggle" festival
KEN RUSSELL'S FILMS
Women in Love
1970. Color. Glenda 'Jackson with Alan Bates, Oliver Reed,
Jennie Linden, Eleanor Bron. Based on D.H. Lawrence's novel,
and called by most critics the best adaptation of his work: "a
beautiful film, its beauty glows far beyond the surface . .
universality of human experience and its contemporary signifi-
once glitter throughout."-Judith Crist, N.Y. TIMES
The Musi1c Lovers
1971. Color. Glenda Jackson with Richard Chamberlain as
Tchaikovski, Max Adrian, Chris Gable. "The outpouring of color,
of detail, of fantasy is matched by the. performances . . . Glenda
Jackson as (Tchaikovski's) , intense, frustrated wife displays
breathtaking emotional range. A kind of cinematic synesthesia,
in which all senses-visual, aural, even tactile-seem to blur."
-Stephen Farber, N.Y. TIMES
Modern Languages Auditoriums 3 & 4
BOTH FILMS AT 7:00 & 9:30 SIDE-BY-SIDE-$125 -
(Continuedfrom Page1) counsel, noted yesterday that pnone ceive a total of some $9-10 million
dark" about the reasons for the polls are permitted by Regents by- in monthly and bi-weekly salary
move, Bullard also said that the law and refused to comment on any payments on Sept. 28, the same
increase was of "uncertain neces- University response to an unfavor- date that one third of the semes-
sity." able ruling. ter's anticipated tuition income-
IN 1968, KELLEY ruled invalid A spokesperson for the attorney about $21 million-is due ,at the
the decision of a community college general's office declined yesterday cashier's office.
board of trustees, approved in to say how long it might take for. "If that money doesn't come in,"
a telephone poll, on the grounds Kelly to hand down the opinion. says Matthews, "our cash flow
that it violated aprecedent set by While the attorney general's de- would very definitely be hurt."
the Michigan Supreme Court. cisions are "binding on all state "We'll meet our payroll needs,",
And in 1970 Kelley ruled that a agencies," he said, colleges and he insists, "but I can't tell you
decision made by the Michigan universities are in a "special" po- where the money will come from."
State University Board of Trustees sition and "sometimes don't" obey "I can tell you that we would
was invalid, this time, however be- the opinions, exercise cateveryossiblt ewotio
cause it violated the board's own If Kelley does rule the phone short of putting the Universitytup
by-laws. vote illegal, it will be the second for sale," Matthews adds. "We;
Another opinion handed down by time in recent months that a de-, might try to borrow money or ask
last weekmay alsojeopardize the cision from his office has contra- the state for an advance on its
Regents' decision. Kelley ruled that vened a University action. appropriation."
the State Board of Pharmacy had DURING THE summer Kelley State aid, which accounts for
acted illegally in adopting by tele- ruled that the University must dis- about two-thirds of the University's
phone vote a rule that the depres- close salary lists of its faculty and income, is normally doled out in
sant drug methaqualone be clas- staff, contrary to a previous de- 1/12 payments on a monthly basis.
sified as a controlled substance. cision by the Regents to keep them Smithand Chief Financial Offi-
that case, Kelly said, state law re- cscret. The Regents willeevotemoncer Wilbur Pierpont have refused
quires that such action be taken in secret. The Regents will vote on to speculate on the tuition strike's
person. whether or not to comply with that possible effects on the budget.
RODERICK DAANE. Universit ruingy at their next meetin7 .Smith in an interview last night,
refused to comment on alternative
money sources and the possibility
of a tuition rollback.
Pierpont told The Daily that a
request for additional state aid is
"highly unlikely" in view of the
state's own tight financial situa-
Israeli, Arab planes dogfighit
off Mediterranean coastline
(Continued from Page 1) conflict as three hours of violent tinian commandos.
covered a Syrian pilot about half air battles along the eastern Medi- The Syrian military command
a mile away, and rescued him as terranean coast. said today's terial fighting started
well. General Peled said the Sy- The clash was the first serious at 2:20 p.m. - about the time that
ran was now in a hospital in a 'trouble between Syria and Israel Beirut residents heard a double
good condition. since a series of battle late last sonic boom in the distance - and
The Israeli Air Force chief said year culminated in a day of wide- went on until 5:30.'
that both dogfights were of short spread ground and air fighting on - -- -
uratiohan about 30 planes had been in Observers in Beirut noted that it SGC broadens
action. followed closely on talks this week
After the downing of the four in Cairo between Syria, Jordan andw stik 2
MIG 21s, in the second encounter, Egypt which resulted in a new sem ands
the Israelis had sole control of the phase of Arab reconciliation and
airan wreabe t crr ot hefresh talk of reviving the Arab (continued from Page t)
;rscu eeaeto car"ou fur-'Eastern front against Israel. Rosemary M u 11 i n disclosed a
ther interference. Syria is widely believed to be $11,000 debt "inherited" from the
Cannon and air-to-air rockets about to follow Egypt's example of reginie of former president Bill
were fired during the air battles, Wednesday in restoring normal dip- 'Jacobs. SGC also endorsed the
the General said. lomatic relations with Jordan, in Chile Support Coalition's demon-
Beirut observers described the order to close Arab ranks after stration against the recent Chilean
- rtbresds-ie h two years of disputes over King coup. The protest is scheduled for
Hussein's expulsion of the Pales- noon today on the Diag..
He also said the University has
"no cash reserves to speak of"
and would not rule out the possi-
bility of a bank loan if the tuition
strike causes a serious financial
Pierpont scoffed at the chances
of a tuition rollback resulting from
"I just don't consider that to be
a very real possibility," he said.
"What ifrstudents don't pay their
tuition? Well, 'again, if that hap-
pens, we've got a real serious
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maintained that the University has
'absolutely no plans" to cut back
on funding of student programs if
students withhold fee payments.
He emphasized, "If you hear any
rumors to that effect, forget it."
Smith added that payroll needs
would be met in any event, but
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