THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Tuesday, June 8, 1971
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cess of the concerts would be
jeopardized unless the concerts
stayed strictly local.
Carlisle said he could under-
stand the motives for keeping
down the numbers of people at
the concert, but that it was the
duty of the organizers, not the
radio stations, to make clear to
people that vast numbers of peo-
ple from out of town were not
"I don't see why we should
do their dirty work," he ex-
'U' delays pay raises
'Contued from page 11
pay hike at the time when the
appropriation is passed, or even
at some future date, if state
funds are severely limited.
In past years. the University
has been able to provide raises
for its staff by anticipating the
level of the state appropriation
and approving salary increases in
line with the amount of funds
available to the University.
James Lesch, assistant to the
vice president for academic af-
fairs, says that "the potential
Forum discusses euthanasia
physically and have to struggle
against feelings within them-
selves , . . The reward of old
age is too often lost in a de-
grading and dehumanizing en-
vironment," b e c a u s e of our
"present-oriented" society," he
Retirement, E g e b e r g says,
seems to be the milestone which
marks old age. Yet, actually,
"Old' age is when you throw in
the chips", he said. To prevent
this feeling of disorientation from
society, he suggests preparing
people for old age when they are
in their 40's and 50's to learn to
live with leisure. "We must stop
thinking of old as starting at a
certain age," emphasized Ege-.
Senator Frank Moss (D-Utah)
spoke on "Legislative Issues in
the Care of the Elderly" at a
dinner for the delegates.
Moss recommended t h a t
medics spend their two years of
service in nursing homes. Yet lie
offended nursing home employes
as he spoke of their physical de-
gradation rather than the human
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variance" in state funds is much
greater this year than in any
previous year he can recall since
he came to the University in 1962.
Although past estimates of
state appropriations have been
fairly accurate. Lesch says the
University isn't really "certain
within several million dollars this
Milliken had suggested a 6.5
per cent hike in academic sals
ries for all state institutions - as
opposed to the approximately
nine per cent increase the Uni-
versity had unofficially informed
the staff it would shoot for.
Recently, however, state civil
service employes won an 8.1 per
cent pay increase for the n caing
fiscal year. Thus with the pre-
cedent set, it may be difficult for
the Legislature to convince other
state employes to accept a smal-
Compounding this situation is
uncertainty over the financial po-
sition of the state. While the Leg-
islature seems to have resigned
itself to the fact that there will
be tax increases this year, no one
seems to know how high the tax
hike will be, or when it will start.
A substantial tax increase
could free more money for high-
er education, but more likely, the
increase will only be sufficient
to help cover the present finan-
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