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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday{ November , 1976

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The trend is toward vocation-
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nia: The Hearings on helmet law to Oil prices to soar;
e ca pus he xheld by Ho use conig
he campus beffect will be strong
LANSING (UPI) - A public I Earlier this year, Congress

of applications to graduate
schools. For instance, only one
in ten medical school applicants
is accepted.
Thus, the old maxim "If you
can't do, teach" is being re-
vived with a vengeance. If you
majored in history and there
isn't a demand for historians,
teach high school kids about
Napoleon. But now education
schools are overflowing as well,
and fledgling teachers are a
dime a dozen.

hearing on whether to repeal
Michigan mandatory motorcy-
cle helmettlaw is scheduled
Dec. 6 in the House chambers
of the state Capitol.
The hearing, sponsoted by
the House Civil Rights Commit-
tee, is slated for 1 p.m.
THE CURRENT Michigan
Slaw, as well as restrictive leg-
islation int other states, was
passed several years ago whep
the U. S. Department of Trans-
portation said it would with-
hold federal highway money
from states that did not require
helmets for motorcycle riders.
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repealed the requirement when
the new Highway Safety Act
was approved.
"Now that the feds don't have
a club over our heads, it is
time to consider the issues in-
volved instead of pressure from
the federal bureaucrats," said
committee Chairman Perry
Bullard, (D-Ann Arbor).
EIGHT states have repealed
their helmet laws since the
federal requirement was drop-
ped.
"The original safety argu-
ments used in support of man-
datory helmet laws are now be-
ing questioned as evilenced by
the action of the U. S. Con-
gress and the legislatures of
these states," Bullard said.
"There is also a very strong
civil liberties concern shown by
the repeal actions. The question
is not whether a helmet
protects the individual rider but
whether criminal law sanctions
should be used to require hel-
mets."

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Iran and some other OPEC'
members contend they need
rea,"lar oil price increases to
make up for inflation in the
West that raises the prices of
industrial goods and other oro-
ducts imported by the oil coun-
tries.
Some Western economists dis-

pate the claim that Western in-
flation eats up most of the oil
co entries' increased revenues
and say the higher oil prices
hase been a major factor in
ca"sinq inflation, OPEC mem-
bers have said oil prices are
responsible for only two per
cent of inflation.

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strong urban relief
(Continued from Page 1) doing well, and I come to help,"
* Creating an urban develop- s-id Houston's mayor, Fred Hof-
ment bank similar to the World being.
Bank with loans going to private Hofheinz often has pushed for
businesses and local govern- atorovalofia revenue sharing
menits. formila which would aid cities
CONFER E N C E President based on population rather than
Kenneth Gibson of Neward, N.J., need.
said the proposed National Ur- IT IS CARTER'S help and
ban Investment Program earn- that of the Democrat-controlled
ed its title because of "the re- ''ongress that the mayors 'were
turn" the nation would receive actively seeking by meeting
through urban recovery. here so soon after Carter's elec-
Gibson steadfastly refused to tion.
put a price tag on the urban Mayor Abraham Beame of
plan, but said it was "fair to New York expressed confidence
say we're talking about a lot that Carter ,would "move quick-
of money." ly and positively" in response
The bank alone could cost to the mayors' initiative. He
tens of billions of dollars, but said Carter's concern is "real,
Gene Gatley, an aide to Mon- not a political payoff."
dale, noted that in no area did "There was no deal, .except
the mayors "tie their proposals he was going to do for the cit-
to any specific job figure." He ies what President Ford should
said that sort of flexibility have' done, but did not," said
would be a, plus when Carter Beame, who fought tooth-and-
considers the mayors' recom- nail for federal aid during his
mendations. city's financial crisis.
REPUBLICAN mayors joined None of the 100 mayors meet-
with the heavily Democratic ing in Chicago expect Carter
majority with personal endorse- to adopt their entire plan. They
ments 'of the urban strategy, said they are looking for Car-
and several mayors from heal- ter "to set a tone of concern"
thy cities also endorsed the similar to that set by Lyndon
"help the-needy" theme. I Johnson in pressing- civil rights
"I come from a. city that is issues .during the 1960s.
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