THE MICHIGAN DAILY Fridoy, March 18, 1977
'Tuition hike possible
(Continued from Page 1) little internal room for maneu- a
Although University officials vering," and further cuts would th
-- Rhodes~ Local tots eyes are
tivities building. Upset with
e fact the MSA was not ade- for
Gately co~nsulted by Brinker-
are skeptical about obtaining
additional funds from then State
Legislature, Rhodes said, "This
figure (13.6 per cent), is the
strongest case for persuading
Lansing we need additional
are set to make their argu-
ments fortmore moneyrat bud-
get hearings in Lansing next
IF NO ADDITIONAL help
comes from Lansing, the Uni-
versity will be faced with pro-
gram and personnel cuts for
the fifth year in a-row. Rhodes
told the Regents, "there is very
result in removal of "marrow"
from schools and colleges.
Regents tentatively approved
last month the Program Discon-
tinuance Policy written by
Rhodes in lieu of the fact that
(11q fyact th S y was not ade
hoff for his report, Keliman ask-
ed the Regents to approve fur-
ther study of student needs with.
students playing an integral part
j 12 research and deVElOpmnent-
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Then apply to the University Activities Center to co-ordinate a committee for the
1977-78 school year. Good times are to be hod producinq plays, concerts, speakers,
special events, travel programs, films, ticket central, and assisting senior officers. Pick
up an application at the UAC offices, 2nd floor, Michigan Union.
DEADLINE: MARCH 21, 1977
Sserious cus may have to be Tomorrow, the Regents are
made in University curriculum, to vote on new procedures for
During the monthly public funding the student-run Public
discussion session yesterday, Interest Research Group in
Scott Kellman and Steve Carne- !Michigan (PIRGIM) -
vale - president and vice pres-
ident of MSA - presented the The new system would re-
Regents with their demands for quire students to indicate dur-
increasing student activities ing CRISP registration whe.
space. ther they wanted to fund the
KELLMAN strenuously ob- group or not. PIRGIM has also
jected to a report released by indicated they would like to
Vice President James Brinker- raise semesterly contributions
hoff which concluded Barbour/from $1.50 to $2.00 in an effort
Waterman gyms should not be to keep up with the cost of liv-
considered for use as a student ing.
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Screenings are held In the old Architecture and Design Auditorium at 7:00, 9:00, 11:00 p.rn. daily-m
1:00, 7:00, 9:00 p.m. on Saturday Winners and highlights are screened on Sunday at 7;00, 9:00,
11:00 p.m. in both the old Architecture and Design Auditorium and Auditorium A of Angell Hall
Single admission is $1.25. Series: $16.00. Advance sales begin at 6:00 p.m. for that day only. Series
tickets are on sale on Tuesday, March 15th at 5:30 p m
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I verify that both boys are, in
fact, Irish, although one could
probably guess as much with
one look at their shocks of red
hair and freckled faces. "St.
Patrick's Day is fun," adds
Ghris,"because Mom makes
cookies and green pancakes."
EMILY MELNICK, also a
first grader at the school, was
all decked out in a bright green
pant suit, even though she ad-
mits to not being Irish. "Our
teacher said we'd get kissed by
her if we didn't wear green,"
"No, I'm not Irish. I'm Am-
erican," stated one student,
-whose brown eyes and afro
might also have been a clue
to his ethnicity. When asked
why he was wearing green, the
younster responded, "What. do
you think for - King Kong?
I want to be seen by the girls."
Jeremy, who requested his
last name not be used, related
the story of St. Patrick's Day.
"St. Patrick planted the sham-
rocks and took the snakes away,
then somebody shot him."
JERRY PIKU, although not
Irish, said his family's celebra-
tion of St. Patty's Day centered
around a special dinner. "We
usually have something like
chicken or mashed potatoes and
Another celebration was sched-
uled at the home of Billy Schnor-
berg who likes to decorate for
the occasion by setting up card-
board clovers and Happy St.
Patrick's Day posters. Billy also
3ffered an explanation as to
w'hy people wear green on St.
Patrick's Day. "Somebody found
out that you wear green on St.
Patrick's Day to celebrate Notre
Dame's birthday because they're
the Fighting, Irish," he asserts.
Michelle Balcom knows beyond
a shadow of a doubt that she's
Irish, "I'm Irish because Mom-
my told me," -proclaimed the
petite second grader. Mean-
while, two precocious young
gentlemen seated near Michelle
stated that they were wearing
green because they were Mar-
tians, however, they firmly de-
nied that their underwear was
Megan McGinn took some "time
out from her play at Pound
House Day Care Center 'to of-
fer her observations an St. Pat-
rick's Day. Her story of St. Pat-
rick, although somewhat differ-
ent from the older .childreiia'
version, was equally entertain-
ing. "He goes to a rainbow to
find some gold." Leprechauns
make magic gold then go away
and people find it."
A true Irishwoman, when
handed a globe. Megani proud-
ly pointed out the location of
the emerald Isle - in the mid-
dle of the Pacific Ocean.
Despite her youthful age, Me-
gan proved to be quite a phil-
osopher in her astute summation
of yesterday's activities, while
grabbing for a plastic dinosaur
she exclaimed, "St. Patrick's
Day is green and green makes
the whole world green!"
When do you say Budweiser?