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Page Ten

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, September 12, 1915

Page Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday, September 12, 1975

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SGC members debate finances

By GLEN ALLERHAND
In its first meeting of the
term, S t u d e n t Government
Council (SGC) debated last'
ngiht policies concerning the
funding of student groups on
campus in the 1075-76 budget.
Council members became em-
broiled in a procedural argu-1
ment over whether to developr
an allocation policy before ap-
propriating any funds to student
organizations for this semester.-
THE discussion was prompted
by a proposal from Treasurer:
Elliot Chikofsky to place restric-
tions on funding procedures, in-
cluding a measure that would
restrict any one group from re-
ceiving over $250.
However, President Debra
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Goodman advocated the crea-
tion of a special budget alloca-
tion committee and a freeze on
all funding of student groupst
until a monetary policy has
been finalized.
COUNCIL - after debating
the precise terminology of the
motion - concurred, and voted
to establish the new panel,
which will attempt to develop

Also during that session, Good-, had been appropriated at an
man announced that she had: illegal meeting.
been named in a lawsuit by Faye explained, "This is the
David Frye and Bob Matthews, second year in a row they
two former Council members, (Council) have broken the same
who contest the way in which rule," referring to a similar
$1,000 was earmarked last week occurence which he said in-
for the SGC audit. Faye and volved former President Carl
Matthews argued that the money Sandberg. However, Faye later
said he would drop the lawsuit,
upon learning that the $1,000
Artists bury had not yet been disbursed.

a hiscal policy sometime inte -mobile SGC also voted last night to
next few weeks. pledge its support to the Com-
SGC also heard several stu- LEWISTON, N.". (/P) - First mittee to Fight the Tuiion Hike
dent organizations' requests for they filled the 1968 Oldsmobile (CFTH). In other business, Ex-
financial relief. David Roth- station wagon with sneakers, ecutive Vice-President David
child, representing the city books, watches and "stuff that Mitchell said he had discover-
chapter of Fifth Estate, a polit- meant different things to differ- ed that students are being
ical activist group, announced ent people." Then they covered charged for private and govern-
plans for a three-day teach-in the car with four inches of poly- mental projects being conduct-
during early November that will urethane foam and two inches ed on campus. He explained

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deal with behavior modification,
leged repression by the gov-
ernment and political assassin-
ations.
To skirt a technicality which
states that SGC has no power
t: legislate until after its first
meeting, Goodman adjourned
the session 20 minutes after it
had begun and immediately
opened a "special meeting."

of tar. The stuffed, preserved
vehicle was then buried for
safe keeping.
A group of artists buried this
Citizen's Time Capsule here in
the hope that when it is un-
earthed Sept. 7, 2000, it "will
reveal to the citizens of the fu-
ture those features of American
life that reflect our present cul-
ture," they said.

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PRESENTS:

Ted Nuget and the Amboy Dukes

DURING the second session A 25-year period was chosen
Council heard the treasurer's so that the people who buried it
report, which showed that SGC might be present at the disin-
financial records are currently terment and drive the Olds to
under audit. California.

that the University has spent
millions of dollars of student
tuition funds on such research.
Ford
campaigns
in East
(Continued from Page 1)
THE SENATE declared the
seat vacant and ordered a new
election after it was unable to
decide on a winner in last No-
vember's close election.
Ford and Wyman rode to-
gether in the presidential limou-
sine, standing to wave through
an opening in the roof when the
motorcade entered towns.
GOV. MELDRIM Thomson, a
conservative who supports Ron-
ald Reagan for the presidency,
joined the motorcade after Ford
made a luncheon stop at the
home of George Brown at Am-
herst.
At most of the stops, hands in
the crowd reached out to touch
and shake hands with Ford.
The Secret Service agents'
cordon around the President ap-
peared to be about the same as
before last Friday's incident in
Sacramento, Calif., where a fol-
lower of convicted murderer
Charles Manson pointed a pistol
at the President before being
grabbed by agents.
A SECURITY helicopter flew
over part of the President's 120-
mile route.
It was learned that a Secret
Service agent and a state police
detective had been assigned t:o
keep an eye on Linda Kasabiaji,
another Manson follower, who
now lives eight miles from Mil-
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