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Page Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, May 29, 1976
(continued from Pa01) Carey has urged CUNY to im- ing the necessary funds." "We have a very simple prob-
man: "Nobody wants to go pose the saute tuition as the lem," said Stephen Berger, ax-
home and find people saying state university system, $750 a Although CUNY reduced the ecutive director of the state-
you voted for tuition" year for freshmen and sopho- size of its faculty by some 2,000, dominated Emergency Fnan-
Although the bill does not mores and $900 a year for jun- the city placed the university cial Control Board, which over-
I mention tuition, behind the fund- and seniors. on a strict monthly budget allot- s"
ising package is a mandate that Kibbee denied reports that he meat last March, claiming it
CUNY end its free tuition had been urged to close the uni- had failed to bear its fair share sity has more bills than it has
policy. versity "as an attempt to goad of the cutback necessitated by money. You can't spend the
DEMOCRATIC Gov. H u g h the legislators into appropriat- the fiscal crisis. same dollars twice."
Spare-changin' it
SUNDAY & MONDAY
(Continued front Page 7 "It's none of your fucking busi-
Don, toting a large cast-iron pot ness who sleeps here as long as
of food for everyone's enjoy- I pay the rent. We're not even
ment. beiag rowdy." The landlord
PARTY WINDING down. miles glanced at the mere three or 4 iYO (J n E t
from campus and 3:30 in the four bodies that littered the
room. He said he's received
led back behind Sundown, thenlahackedrou the sei waosF I E
Baby Boy under one arm and on FRIED bcidoTeaew
Crystal on the other, Sundown
told us of his plans to have a A Siamese cat priced for $20
lawn sale thatamorning.But goes for $10, or an even trade on includes unlimited trips to our famous salad bar, choice of potato
before this could be done we a couple gallons of wine, chair or vegetable and loaves of hot home baked bread.
needed to collect something to for five and so down the line.
sell. Our night not over, we Any amount of money is betterAS..
scouraged the city for aban- than none. It will be needed to ADULTS . . . . $3.44
doned items to be used for the pay for tonight's beer and pos-
sale. sibly saved for rent. CHILDREN (under 1295
We gathered a potpourrii of The hours of another day roll-
old furniture, rugs, tires, toilets ing on, T-Bone walks out of the Served Sunday Noon 'Til 8 P.M.--Monday 5 P.M.-11 P.M.
-anything that looked close to house, turns his back to the
sellable. Finally, slumped in sale and saunters off, to hustle
heaps around Sundown's house, another day's joints and beers.
our talk dims, we nod out. "Put a student on the street
It was not two hours later, and what would they do. If it
at sunup, that I was abruptly weren't for their daddy and
awakened by a loud bang as momma what would they have,
the landlord came crashing il- where would they be?" he asks
legally through the unlocked me pointedly. "If you ain't at the Holiday Inn West
door. Shouting and waving his smart on life what good does
arms, he finally caught his your knowledge do you?" Look- 20 JACKSON RD.
breath long enough to tell us, ing around at the streets on
"This isn't a crash pad, I'll either side, he adds, "If we 665-4444
have you all thrown out." Quick can survive this what can't we
to rise Sundown responded with, survive?"
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