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Saturday; May 10, 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page-Five

Saturday, May 10, 1975 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Five

New group forms to
assist rape victims
By SUE WILHELM counselors in assisting a vic-
A 100 per cent increase in tim's recovery.
the number of reported rapes THE GROUP planned to spon-
within the past few years has sor a two-person Sex Squad
led several city residents to within the city police depart-
form an organization devoted ment, but this objective had to
exclusively to rape prevention be abandoned when the city was
and post-offense counseling. unable to include extra funds
The new group, called Com- for the project in the police de-
munity A n t i - R a p e Effort partment budget.
(CARE), is designed to provide Instead, CARE offered two
the city with a comprehensive special training sessions for city
rape education program. "We police officers in late March.
want to design something to be The sessions instructed officers
effective long past the point in methods of evidence collec-
when rape ceases to be a popu- tion under the new Criminal
lar issue," states CARE pro- Sexual Condct Act and in inter-
gram coordinator G e o r g i n a viewing skills useful in dealing
Kish. with rape victims.
A PRIMARY element in the Police chief Walter Krasny
CARE program is the Third supports CARE's training and
Party Re p o r t i n g System education efforts.
(TPRS). Through TPRS, victims "CARE has made a lot of pro-
who are unable or unwilling to gress in the past few months,"
prosecute can report rapes an- he comments. "They deserve a
onymously. CARE will pass the pat on the back."
information on to the police, Kish seems hopeful about the
where it may be of assistance program's f u t u r e prospects.
in other cases. "The programs and procedures
Special literature and informal we plan to implement form our
discussion sessions are also assessment of the problems and
planned to help familiarize wo- nossible solutions in Ann Ar-
men with basic self-defense. bor," she states.
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Bill's defeat could hurt 'U'

(Continued from Page 2)
SAID ONE staff member of
the Senate Taxation Commit-
tee about the effect of the bill's
defeat on higher education fund-
ing: "I would expect the peo-
ple on the appropriations com-
mittee to view as good a ra-
tionalization as any to make
further cuts in the higher edu-
cation budget."
"What its defeat would do is
anybody's guess," said Richard
Kennedy, University Vice Pres-
ident for state relations. "But
it certainly wouldn't be any-
thing good."
Many legislators are dubious
as to the fate of the bill. Mor-
berg thinks "it's going to have
a rough going." Some legisla-
tors feel that the measure gives
too much of an advantage to
larger corporations, making it
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businesses, and small profes-
sional service agencies to stay
afloat.
"IT'S GOING to mean a sub-
stantial write-off for major
corporations and big utilities,"
said Rep. Gary Owen (D-Ypsi-
lanti). "If changes are not
made, a lot of people are not
going to go for it."
Roberts is fairly certain that
changes will be made in the bill
to accommodate some of the
major complaints. But its sta-

tus at this point, he said, is un-
certain.
Richard Bossard, an aide to
the House's higher education
sub-committee, summed up tle
financial picture for the Uni-
versity with what he called "the
old family cookie jar analogy."
"Dad comes home with the
paycheck," said Bossard, "and
Mom gets her money, then the
kids get their money, and so
on. The University will just have
to wait its turn like everybody
else."

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A NIGHT AT 1
While crossing the ocean with an Italian 0
Marx Bros. run into trouble, fun andr
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WED.: Wajda's SIBERIAN
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