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T'HE AMCH4GAN DAIL
Saturday, June 21, 1975
Page Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Young blasts Dem's
'inaction" on city aid
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blast at his own party.
"I'm puzzled by your state-
mont," he told the mayor. "I
just don't understand what
you're talking about."
U N D E R FURTHER
questioning by Proxmire, Young
exnlained his main criticism
of Congress was its failure to
override the vetoes.
"I don't understand how a
Democratic Congress, sprinkled
with liberal Republicans, can
not override a presidential veto
on matters so vital to the
cities," Young said.
Another witness, Gov. Dan
Walker of Illinois, also a
Democrat, blamed the federal
bureaucracy for frequently
preventing state and local gov-
eroments from taking steps to
combat economic emergencIes.
"If state and local govern-
ments are to be able to respond
to people's needs, the ava-
lanche of twisted red tape must
be cleared away," Walker
insensivity must be subordinat-
ed to the broader needs we
must all serve."
Between 1970 and April 1975,
Jack Nicklaus played 83 golf
tournaments without ever miss
ing the 36-hole cut.
Jack Nicklaus, Johnny Miller,
Tom Weiskopf and Al Geiber-
ger all won more than $100,000
during the first four months of
the 1975 PGA golf tour.
'U' malpractice insurance
will skyrocket next year
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Brown's criticism that the Ar-
chitecture banner was taller
than it was wide.
-heard President Robben
Fleming announce the Univer-
sity will pay the Ann Arbor Pub-
lic School system $500,000 this
week. The money was held in
escrow for five years while lo-
cal attorney Arthur Carpenter
challenged the legality of pay-
ments to the school district in
is right here
at the UNION
lieu of taxes on family housing.
Carpenter's deadline to appeal
the latest court ruling expired
earlier this month.
-passed a resolution noting
the University's "full and un-
qualified support" of Interna-
tional Women's Year.
-approved a request for a
new Division of Biological Sci-
ences in the literary school
-voted to retain a consulting-
engineer at a cost of $5,000 by
the University to help study the
development of oil and gas re-
serves on 'U' property.
Also at the meeting, Regent
Deane Baker (R-Ann Arbor)
said he was disturbed by peo-
ple who "challenge the integ-
rity of the University," but re-
ceive no answers to their charg-
es or complaints.
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