THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Thursday, October 30, 1975
Milliken's proposed fund cut
forces 'U' to freeze hiring
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more seriously about layoffs,"
Dougherty indicated that this
latest freeze may not produce
as much money as the last one
because staff turnovers are not
THE GOVERNOR'S reduction
proposals were immediately met
with hostile reaction by mem-
bers of the appropriations com-
mittees. Rep: Gary Owen (D-
Ypsilanti), chairm4n of the
higher education subcommittee
of the HousetAppropriations
Committee, flatly stated that
the plan would be rejected.
"My conversations with other.
legislators gave me the impres-!
sion that there isn't one single
Democrat who is going to pass
the order as it stands now,"
said Owen, whose district con-
tains Eastern Michigan Univer-!
sity (EMU). That school was
recommended by the Governor
for a 4.1 per cent funding cut.
Owen said Milliken's proposal
reorders priorities set down by
legislators for higher education
this summer, which includes
trying to protect some of the
smaller state colleges from se-
vere budget reductions and lay-s
"WE'RE NOT going to go
for that," Owen snapped.
Both the House and Senate
Appropriations Committees have
30 days to either reject or ac-
cept the Governor's plan, in to-
tal, with no amending allowed.
James Phelps, the Governor's
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special assistant on education
said he thinks the process will
be fairly rapid.
"There is nothing to be gained
by letting this thing drag on
and on," said Phelps, who help-
ed to draft the recommenda-
tions. He called the higher edu-
cation reductions "not severe,
and justifiably so," but said the
picture may change when legis-
lators debate the proposals.
"MY IMPRESSION is that the
cut will go up, not down, in the
legislature," Phelps said. "The
committees will look at the
other areas of the budget and
say that they absolutely cannot
cut anywhere, and will find
themselves backain the higher
On a comparative basis, the
University caught a relatively
small part of the Governor's
proposed cut. Milliken has re-
quested a 1.9 per cent for Wayne
State University, 7.4 per cent
for Northern Michigan Univer-
sity. Michigan State has been
recommended for a 1.5 per cent
cut, with another $1.8 million to
be deferred from construction
funding into their general oper-
Co-op ripped off
A young woman, aided by three accomplices, allegedly
fled with $350 in cash receipts from the Ann Arbor Film
Co-op's ticket table in Angell Hall around 9:30 last night,
according to eyewitness accounts.
Eyewitnesses say the woman was apprehended without
the money or her accomplices by co-op workers minutes
later in People's Plaza near the Administration building and
is apparently in police custody.
NEITHER LOCAL POLICE or University security would
release information on the incident late last night.
According to one of the co-op workers at the table
selling tickets, a young woman "about high school age"
dressed in a dark colored windbreaker rushed to the table
and fled with the cashbox toward the State St. exit of Angell
Two other co-op workers and a University auditorium
supervisor chased the woman and an older accomplice. The
supervisor attempted to grab the man at the double door
entrance to the Angell Hall staircase and was allegedly
struck to the ground with a blow to the face.
THE WOMAN apparently transferred to box to one of
the other alleged accomplices outside of Angell Hall before
she was caught by the two co-op workers at People's Plaza.
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A native of Australia, Greer'
is well known both for her bit-
ing wit and bestselling book on
female sexuality, The Female
Eunuch, published in 1970.
Greer recounted the strain
that an East-West split in femi-
nist sentiment had put on last
summer's International Wom-
en's Year (IWY) Conference in
rituals but when I talked about
this as sexism they didn't un-
derstand." explained Greer.
"Don't tell us of veiled wo-
men and cutout genitals be-
cause you mutilate women too,
turning them into sex objects
with silicone in their breasts
and false eyelashes,' they would
respond, and how would I ans-
wer them?" asked Greer.
"And so I'm not going to
tell you we're all sisters, we're
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"IT WAS a fiasco," she con- all in it together and all I have
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proclamations ratified at the give you that kind of bullshit,"
conference as "necessary tok- added Greer, "because it's hard
ens." to understand a different cul-
Greer urged women to edu- ture."
cate themselves about condi-
tions in developing countries, GREER blamed delegates in
saying "We have problems in little contact with the needs of
understanding each other, but: the masses of women in their
we must talk at least." country for further problems in
The crowds' reaction to comnunication.
Greer's somewhat unexpected "We repeatedly heard, 'In
call for world awareness was my country women have no
varied. problems at all . . . or if you
would just give the third world
"I WAS disappointed that it money . . . or if the rest of the
wasn't more about the progress world would just convert to a
we've made," commented one certain brand of bureaucratic
woman. socialism, women's status would
Butman.hbe raised," complained Greer.
But another woman, a psy-
chiatrist from Iran commented, "We had a Portuguese Jesuit
"I've seen what she was talking representating India, while an-
about and I have the same feel- other delegate from the East
ings." II walked in with her black silk'
"I wonder if I'm motivated to purse being carried by a 'goril-
help sisters or to help myself Ila' and announced 'In my coun-
first," said another.# try we have no problems like
the decadent west, women are
GREER maintained support for beautiful-and men are strong,"
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future world assemblies where,
"We can create a kind of or-
ganized chaos in which discus-
sion can happen."
"But we must learn to aban-
don the arrogance we have
learned from our masters; we
must see what is wrong with
our cultures because just as
they cannot liberate themselves
without our help, we cannot lib-
erate ourselves without them."
Greer ascribed many dele-
gate's reluctance tosconfront
sexism in their own society to
genuine fears of further west-
ern erosion into already chang-
"I'VE SEEN women incom-
petent in childbirth because of
vaginas scarred from various
holId fes t
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She said that some women
did not want to stay away from
their jobs or their families for
a day. "We organized our event
as a much more grass-roots,
radical thing than NOW did."
Entertaining at last night's
party was Mimetroupe, a local
group that performed a series
of skits on the feminist move-
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