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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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of another. rise in tuition.
State Sen. Robert VanderLaan
(R-Grand Rapids), assistant Re-
publican leader, and Rep. Perry
Bullard (D-Ann Arbor) have
both said there would probably
be an increase of funds to the
University of as much as $5
million above Go#. Milliken's
request.
SENATE Majority Leader Wil-
liam Faust (D-Westland) has
also indicated that Senate Dem-

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budget predictions

ats are considering addition-
ncreases to higher education
compensate for the erosion of
state's higher education over
past ten years.

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Michigan ranks 49th out of
the 50 states in the amount of
money alloted to its colleges
and universities in the past 10
years.
Of the $9.7 million budgeted to
the University over last year's
amount, $2.7 million has been
earmarked to cover the tremen-
dous rise in utility costs, some
$3 million has been promised
to the health sciences and the
remaining $4 million is largely
allocated. The increase provides
nothing for the inevitable salary
hikes.
In other issues presented yes-
terday, Michael Washo, Deputy
Director of the Michigan His-
tory Division of the Department
of State, addressed the Regents
on the question of the proposed,

bou,r gymnasiums.
WASHO SAID, "We are ap-
,pointed by law to study these
problems, and would like to see
a feasibility study done in keep-
ing with the University's pr'ior-
ities." Washo urged that a vote
not be taken on the question to-
day and asked the Regents to
table the demolition proposal
for a month.
When asked by Regent Deane
Baker (R-Ann Arbor) what the
state's plan of action would be
if the Regents did vote to raze
the buildings, Washo replied,
"Within the law, we will work
to have a feasibility study done,
even if the University doesn't
want such an honor."
Washo indicated his office was
prepared to have the entire cen-
tral campus listed in the Nation-
al Historic Register, and pro-
tected by the National Histori-
cal Preservation Act.

Scott Kellman and- Steve Car- The Regents will also vote to-
nevale, MSA President and Vice day on how the PIRG M group
President respectively, outlined on campus will be funded in the
a proposal to the Regents for future. Members of the group
converting the Barbour/Water- spoke in defense of the current
man gyms to a student activities negative checkoff system where
center. They pointed out that students are not charge the $2
both the Student Activities PIRGIM fee if they indicate
Building and the Michigan Un- their', preference during the
ion, which were originally slated CRISP procedure.
for student use, had been taken ' Richard Shike, former mem-
over by University offices, res- ber of a committee which re-
'taurants and hotels. Their plan, viewed PIRGIM's funding pro-
they said, would provide badly cess last year, said: "There
needed space for student groups has been no opposition to the
and an anthropology museum. finding system this year. I
The student proposal would think the majority of students
require a fee of $5 per student on this campus feel this is an
per term to finance the renova- appropriate system." He said
tion of the gyms. Most of the that PIRGIM has followed the
yearly operating costs would guidelines the University had
then be paid for by University set up in collecting its fees and
Cellar, which has been boking that there was no reason for the
for a larger, centrally located Regents "to do anything against
for l ge rm ceinto, the negative checkoff system ."
building to move it.B~t Martin Keller of the U.S.
Kellman and Carnevale asked Labor Party spoke in opposition
the Regents to table their deci- to PIROIM's current funding
sion for one month pending a system and urged the Regents to
study of the exact cost involved voe against the negative check-
in this project. off sysem.

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an area where others of the
same nature occurred," Krasny
said.
Krasny also said Finklea fits
the general description given
by victims ,nd witnesses.
MOST OF THE victims de-,
scribed their attacker as clean
shaven or with a trace of a
mustache. In the last attack of
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None of the victims ;have
yet viewed Finklea in a lineup,
due to the delay concerning
whether or not he would be
shaved. Krasny said the delay
was due to the difference of
opinion within the police de-
partment and the prosecuting
attorney's office as to whether
a court order for the shave
woild be obtained.
Finklea is also charged with
the Jan. 2 rape of an acquaint-
ance.
At a routine District Court
hearing last Wednesday to de-
termine if there was enough
evidence for further court pro-
ceedings, Judge George Alex-
ander ordered Finklea to ap-
pear in Circuit Court on Feb.
10 on charges of unarmed rob-
bery and rape.
FINKLEA, A native Mississi-
pian, is being held on $120,000
unflirnished bond.
His public defender, George
Harrington, could, not be reach-
ed for comment.
In her testimony, the Oct. 13
robbery victim, an Oxford Hous-
ing. resident who has dropped
out of school this semester, said
she was choked from behind
as she, walked down S. Univer-
sitv toward Oxford.
Her attacker tried to drag
her into shrubbery across the
street. He loosened his grip,
however, as two men approach-
erl, and fled with her two bags
of groceries.
On Wednesday, one of the two
men identified Finklea in court
as the assailant. His friend,
however, testified that he was
not sure.
BOTH MEN also testified that
they saw the attacker drop two
nackaes-a pack of cigarettes
and Zig Zag rolling paers -
at the scene of the attack. Fink-
lea's fingerprints were matched
to those found on the items, ac-
cording to testimony of an Ann
Arhor police detective.
The Jan. 2 rane victim said
that she had been living with
Finklea on and off since Sep-
tember before the alleged rane.
She said Finklea came to her
home at 3 o'clock that moring,
and thev argued about the sta-
tns of their relationshin. Fink-
lea hit her twice on the face,
she testified, took a butcher
knife from the kitchen, and then
ordered her into her bedroom.
SHE SAMD Finklea raned her
twice and that she remained
in bed during those last hours
of darkness before morning,
afraid to move. She said she
never saw the knife in his hand
during either of the assaults.
Aronnd 8 a.m., she said, Fink-
l1a left her home on foot but
she drove after him. She took
hi'n to his mother's house at
416 Felch St.. in order to make
sire that he was away from
her home. She renorted the
rags later in the day to p-
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