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Thursdoy, June 9, 1977

THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Nine
Rhodes outlines 'U' fiscal woes

Daily Classifieds

(Continued from Page 8)
PERSONAL
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oe will enjoy taking the time to
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University Ave. cF513
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thank you so much for delivering
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didn't help me pick something to
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book. I can't wait to get the other
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Call 662-4401 for details
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Cross Eyed Moose this Thursday and
Friday. Good for 25ec. One coupon
per customer. F6l0
JAZZ
at the University Club with the
Root's Trio and Friends Noel Cun-
aiogham, piano; Ted Harley, bans;
Stanley Slaughter, drums; and fea-
turing Vincent York of the Mercer
Elington Band on alto sx..Friday
and Saturday evenings 9:30 p.m.-
1:30 a.m. in the club cocktail lounge
In the Michigan Union building.
Ask hostess for a free trial member-
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UP-TO-DATE guide tAmbrosia-
the Psilocybin Mushroam. $6110.
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By JOEL S. BERGER
GAYLORD - "The heart of
our fiscal problem is that the
state appropriation per student
to the University of Michigan's
three campuses has declined in
terms of the buying power of
deflated dollars."
University Vice President for
Academic Affairs Frank Rhodes
presented that fact Monday to
Regents at their annual retreat
at Hidden Valley here.
"Using 1467-68 as the baae
year," he sad, both general
fund and other fund revenues
have increased in absolute dol-
lars as of 1976-77. However,
when we look at deflated dol-
lars which have inflationary in-
creases factored in, general fund
revenues increased only by 30
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per cent. Other fund revenues,
chiefly from research, decreas-
ed by 25 per cent in deflated
dollars, even though they in-
creased by 30 per cent in ab-
solute dollars.
"WHAT THE STATE has not
given," he stressed, "students
have had to contribute" in the
form of tuition increases. "Yet
the increase in student fee reve-
-nue in the past 10 years is gen-
erally comparable to the in-
crease in the cost of a new
car in that time period. But it
is less than the increase in the
cost of health care,"
Based on projections made
during the earlier part of the

1976-77 year and thus already
stomewhat oltdated because Of
the pre.wae increased rate of
inflation, '?hodes predicted Ann
Arbor Ctmpus expenditires
would total $39.4 million more
in 1979-80.
"I dont want to imply that
we have a desperate situation
lit the University," Rhodes
atressed. "It's manageable, and
we are indeed in far better
shape than most other colleges
,nd universities. But to maintain
otir present distinction, which
is our goal, calls for careful
program planning, a carefully
formulated enrollment policy,
and an improvement in state
funding levels."

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seek his fortune os a pop star and ends up os a reneoade des-
perodo. Based on a true story. Reggae music by Jimmy Cliff,
Toots and the Moytals, the Slickers, and others.

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