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The Michigan Daily-Saturday, December 12, 1981-Page 5

Severe cuts predicted
in state's budget
(Continued from Page 1)

same level for the rest of the year there
could be a $360 million budget deficit by
1983.
"THE SITUATION is making
everyone here very uneasy," Clay said.
"But an executive order is not a cer-
tainty.
"We've gone through two of the worst
years in the state's economy in 40
years. Further budget cuts may be
ne'cessary," Clay added.
Bill Manchester, administrative
assistant to state Senator Ed Pierce (D-
Ann Arbor), said the budget prospects
for any unit within the state were bad,
including the higher education units.
"IF WE CONTINUE to have shor-
tfalls for our projected budgets, then
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higher education will have to bear some
cuts," Manchester said.
The state's most pessimistic predic-
tions for revenue intake have turned out
to be too optimistic, Manchester added.
"Everyone's worst case two years
ago is now our best case," Manchester
said.
Roberts said there will be no con-
sideration of an executive order until
after the Christmas season. He said
much of the state's revenues depended
on retailer's Christmas sales, which
can total 25 percent of a business' an-
nual profits.
The governor wants to avoid issuing
another executive order, Roberts said.
Milliken is asking all state government
departments to save 4 percent of their

budget early this year to make up for
the revenue losses of October and
November.
ROBERTS SAID various- ad-
ministrative offices within the Lansing
government would have to delay
equipment purchases, reduce travel
budgets, and possibly lay off personnel
to save that 4 percent.
Bullard said the-only solution to the
state's budget problems is to raise
taxes. "If Milliken were responsible he
would propose a new set of taxes,"
Bullard added.
"Maybe they (the Office of
Management and the Budget) are just
waiting for supply-side economics to
work," Bullard said of the state's lack
of tax revenues.

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Ann Arborites David Kahn, Stewart Merritt, Patricia Ball, and Clarke Ball (no relation) hiked 3,000 miles along the Con-
tinental Divide to raise money for the blind in Nepal.
: Hikers finish 3,000-mile walk

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BY JENNIFER MILLER
* 'It was a lot of pain, a lot of
boredom," University graduate
Stewart Merritt said, "and a lot of
exhilaration."
Merritt and three other Ann Arbor
residents returned this week from a
3,00mile, six-month hike along the
Continental Divide.
BUT CLARKE Ball, Patricia Ball,
David Kahn, and Merritt didn't walk
e Divide solely for personal reward.
The grueling hike raised $35,000 in
donations to help prevent and cure
blindness in Nepal, a Himalayan coun-
try where about one out of every 50
people are blind.1
Ninety percent of the blind are
curable, but there are no hospital
facilities and few eye doctors, accor-
ding to the trip's sponsor, the Society
for Epidemiology and Voluntary
Assistance.
On Nov. 24, the four celebrated the
end of their trek with firecrackers and
champagne at the Mexican border. Pat
Ball said she ran the last two miles, but
Merritt said he "walked real slow. I
was sad that it was over." Pat Ball
couldh't wait because her wedding was

held in Santa Fe, N.M. the next day.
DURING THE journey, the hikers
faced waist-deep snow, spoiled food,
discouragement, 100-degree weather,
cold rain, and in order to escape the on-
coming winter, walked 40 miles on
some days.
Pat Ball, 26, may be the first woman
to hike the Divide. "The third day out I
wanted to quit," she said. Her com-
panions "ignored her. We called her our
hostage," Kahn, 22, said. Pat Ball was
the only one of the four who had never
had ary hiking experience before.
"After a while, we couldn't keep up
with her. She was always in front," an
said Kahn, an Outward Bound
graduate. "Thinking of the people in
Nepal," Pat Ball said, "was enough to
keep me going."
ALL FOUR said they missed home-
cooked food the most during the trip. "I
had chocolate cake and pizza last
night," Merritt grinned. Music, hot
showers, and warm beds were also
sorely missed trappings of civilization,
the hikers said.
Another complaint was that "we
didn't get to stop and enjoy a lot of the
beautiful scenery," Clarke Ball said.

Boredom set in at times during the
trek. "We were doing crazy things,"
Kahn said, "talking to cattle ..." Each
developed his own special method of
killing the large horseflies that
pestered the hikers, Kahn said.
THE EXPERIENCE held personal
rewards for the hikers. "You'd be
amazed at what you're capable of
doing," Pat Ball said, "I'm not this
weak person anymore. I feel I probably
can accomplish anything I want to in
life."
Merritt, 24, said, "I'm a lot more
relaxed and self-confident. People tell
me that I'm different." He now plans to
get a job in computer science.
Kahn said he is planning a hike
across the Upper Peninsula in August
to benefit Greenpeace. He is on leave
from his sculpture studies at Northern
Michigan University, and will be tem-
porarily teaching stonecarving in his
native Ann Arbor.
Both Clarke Ball and Pat Ball (no
relation) hope'to visit Nepal sometime
in the future.
A parade and rally at Liberty Plaza is
being held in their honor starting 11
a.m. today, and a benefit party at 8
p.m. at the Blind Pig tomorrow night.

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VOLUME I'
(Golden Crest CRS-4202)
With the University of Michigan
Symphony 'Band.
WILLIAM D. REVELLI, Conductor
RECORD 1
THREE REVOLUTIONARY MARCHES.....................Smetana/Nelhybel
OVERTURE TO DIE FLEDERMAUS ........................ Strauss/Cailliet
ELSA'S PROCESSIONAL TO THE CATHEDRAL...............Wagner/Cailliet
SCENARIO FROM SOUTH PACIFIC......................Rodgers/Werle
TOCCATA AND FUGUE IN D MINOR ........... .......... Bach/Leidzen
RECORD 2
SYMPHONY FOR BAND........ ......................Persichetti
WHEN JESUS WEPT........ ........... ...... Billings/William Schuman
THE SOUTHERNER MARCH......................R. Alexander/Bainum
A STEP AHEAD ....................................... H. Alford
PASSIONS IN PAINT.........Renee/Werle
MANZONI REQUIEM (EXCERPTS)........................ . Verdi/Smith
RECORD 3
MARCH MILITAIRE FRANCAISE ........................ Saint-Saens/Godfrey
VARIATIONS AND FUGUE......... ..................... Giannini
SUITE FROM WATER MUSIC.......... ....... ...... Handel/P. Kay
FETE DIEU A SEVILLE Albeniz/Cailliet
LIEBESTOD FROM "TRISTAN AND ISOLDE" . .... . ....... Wagner/Bainum
RITMO JONDO .................... ........................ Surinach
RECORD 4
FIESTA DEL PACIFICO....... .......................Roger Nixon
ST. LAWRENCE SUITE ......................................... Gould
RELAX............................................ Paul Yoder
MARCH OPUS 99.. . Prokofiev/Yoder
GEORGE WASHINGTON BICENTENNIAL MARCH ......... ............. Sousa
BLACK MASKERS SUITE (FINALE) ....................1..R. Sessions/Bancroft
OVFRTURE AND CACCIA......... .................... Menotti/Lang
MEDITATION FROM THAIS ........................Massenet/Harding
MARCH ON THE HUDSON................................ Goldman
RECORD 5
PRAELUDIUM AND ALLEGRO ............................Giannini
FOLK SUITE.................................... Gould/Lang
SYMPHONIC SONGS .... Robert Russell Bennett
POLKA AND FUGUE FROM "SCHWANDA THE BAGPIPER" ...Weinberger/Bainum
MARCH HONGROISE DAMNATION OF FAUST) .................. Berlioz/Smith
VARIANTS FROM A MEDIEVAL TUNE ........................Dello Joio
AMERICAN SALUTE............... ..................Gould/Lang
RECORD 6
OVERTURE TO THE OPERA LE ROI D'YS...................Lalo/Godfrey
MEDITATION ................................... Gunther Schuller
MARCH: THE FREE LANCE ...............................Sousa
ENIGMA VARIATIONS ................................ Elgar/Slocum
MARCH: THE HUNTRESS .................................King-
STARS AND STRIPES FOREVER ............................Sousa

VOLUME 2
(Golden Crest CRS-4210)
With the University of Michigan
Marching Band.
WILLIAM D. REVELLI, Conductor

RECORD 1
DR. REVELLI CONDUCTING ALL NUMBERS
"M" RHAPSODY
PRIDE OF THE WOLVERINES
MICHIGAN ON PARADE MARCH
SILVER ANNIVERSARY MARCH
BLOCK "M" MARCH
MICHIGAN MARCH
BANDORAMA 1964 -
ARTHUR COHEN, NARRATOR
"M" FANFARE
I'VE GOT A LOTTA LIVING TO DO
VICTORY AT SEA
I'VE GOT RHYTHM
SHE LOVES YOU
JAVA
RHAPSODY IN BLUE
ARMISTICE DAY MEDLEY: ANCHORS
AWEIGH, THE U.S. AIR FORCETHE
MARINES HYMN. THE U.S. FIELD
ARTILLERY
WARSAW CONCERTO
HAWAIIAN WAR CHANT
COLLEGE DAYS
THE VICTORS
RECORD 2
BANDORAMA 1965 -
GEORGE CAVENDER, NARRATOR
"M" FANFARE
HEY, LOOK ME OVER
MARY POPPINS SHOW:
SPOONFUL OF SUGAR
CHIM CHIM CHEREE
FIDELITY FIDUCIARY
SUPERCALIFRAGILISTIC.
EXPIALIDOCIOUS
STEP IN TIME
JOLLY OLIDAY
FEED THE BIRDS
LET'S GO FLY A KITE
NAT KING COLE MEDLEY:
COTTON CANDY WORLD
RAMBLIN' ROSE
LAZY HAZY DAYS OF SUMMER
THE HIGH AND THE MIGHTY
SING, SING, SING
WHITE CHRISTMAS
AULD LANG SYNE

BANDORAMA 1968 -
GEORGE CAVENDER. NARRATOR
"M" FANFARE
WHEN I AM "64"
TIP TOE THROUGH THE TULIPS
FUNICULI-FUNICULA
WESTERN MEDLEY
TARA'S THEME
I LOVE PARIS
EL RANCHO GRANDE
UP A LAZY RIVER
JOHNSON RAG
SOUTH RAMPART STREET
PARADE
YELLOW AND BLUE
RECORD 3
BANDORAMA 1970 -
GEORGE CAVENDER,
NARRATOR
"M" FANFARE
BOW DOWN TO WASHINGTON
THE YELLOW ROSE OF TEXAS
HAIL PURDUE
FIGHT SONG MICHIGAN STATE
MINNESOTA ROUSER
ON WISCONSIN
PRIDE OF ILLINI
ON IOWA
BUCKEYE BATTLE CRY
THE VICTORS
SYMPHONY NO. 4, EXCERPTS
SEPTEMBER SONG
PEOPLE
SOFTLY. AS IN A MORNING
SUNRISE
THE VICTORS "A LA BACH"
BUGLERS HOLIDAY
TOCCATA NO. 2
TENDERLY
BANDORAMA 1970
(CONCLUDED)
BY THE TIME I GET TO PHOENIX
YESTERDAY
TEMPTATION
A.EMORIES
I WANT TO GO BACK
TO MICHIGAN
THE BUM ARMY
VARSITY
THE VICTORS

RECORD 1
ROBERT NAGEL-TRUMPET SOLOIST ... .
'THE EUPHONIUM SECTION".........

Concerto For Trumpet-Hummel
Napoli-arr. Bellstedt
Flower Song from "Carmen"-Bizet
Robert Streckfus-Gary Burgess-
Brian Bowman
Charles Wolgamott-William Johnson
Concerto For Clarinet-Tomasi/Werle
Denneriana-Bloch/Werle

VOLUME 3
(Golden Crest CRS-4211)
With the University of Michigan Symphonic Band
and Famous Artists.
WILLIAM D. REVELLI, Conductor

JOHN MOHLER-CLARINET SOLOIST .....
DONALD SINTA-SAXOPHONE SOLOIST .

Concerto For Saxophone-
Paul Creston

RECORD 2
CLAUDIA ANDERSON-PICCOLO SOLOIST . .

VOLUME 4
(Golden Crest CRS-4214)
With the University of Michigan Symphony Band,
presenting Original Band-Works of
Distinguished Composers.
WILLIAM D. REVELLI, Conductor
RECORD 1
SYMPHONY NO. 4 ..............................Alan Hovhaness
DRAMATIC ESSAY, DON JACOBY, TRUMPET SOLOIST ............ Clifton Williams
MUSIC FOR A FESTIVAL..... .......................Gordon Jacob
RECORD 2
SYMPHONY NO. 3 FOR BAND .......................Vittorio Giannini
PRELUDE AND DANCE ................................ Paul-.Creson
SYMPHONY FOR BAND ........... ................... .Morton Gould
PRELUDE AND FUGUE ........................... Vacalav Nelhybel
RECORD 3
PRAGUE 1968...................................Karel Husa
SCENES FROM THE LOUVRE .......................... Norman Dello Joio
SUMMER IN VALLEY CITY .................................Ross Finney
TRITTICO .......................................... Vacalav Nelhybel
RECORD 4
SYMPHONY IN Bb ................... ................ Paul Hindemith
THEME AND VARIATIONS ............... ............ Arnold Schoenberg
MUSIC FOR BRASS .......,............................ Ingolf Dahl
NEWS REEL IN FIVE SHOTS........ ................William Schuman
RECORD 5
SYMPHONY FOR BRASS AND
PERCUSSION................................Gunther Schuller
VARIATIONS ON A KOREAN
FOLK SONG..... .......................... John Barnes Chance
INCANTATION AND DANCE ........... ............. John Barnes Chance
DESIGNS. IMAGES. AND
TEXTURES ...... ........ ....................... Leslie Bassett
ROCKY POINT HOLIDAY ....................... ............Ron Nelson
RECORD 6
FESTIVAL PRELUDE .................................... Alfred Reed
LINCOLNSHIRE POSY..............................Percy Grainger
OUTDOOR OVERTURE ................................... Aaron Copland
SINFONIETTA........................................ Ingolf Dahl
BLESSINGS (FROM A CURSE
AND A BLESSING) ...............................Henry Cowell
REFLECTIONS .......................................... Roger Nixon

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Concerto for Piccolo-Vivaldi

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WILLIAM BELL-TUBA SOLOIST ......... Carnival of Venice-arr.Bell
Moto Perpetuo-Paganini/Bell
ANGEL REYES-VIOLIN SOLOIST........Concerto in G Minor-Bruch/Hindsley
RECORD 3
CARL "DOC" SEVERINSEN-
TRUMPET SOLOIST ................. Concerto For Trumpet, Winds and
Percussion-Floyd Werle
My Man's Gone Now-
Gershwin/Rhoads
NEW YORK BRASS QUINTET .......... Dyptich-Gunther Schuller
JEAN MARIE LONDEIX-
SAXOPHONE SOLOIST............... Summertime (from "Porgy and Bess'"-
Gershwin/Summerfelt
Flight Of The Bumblebee-Rimsky-
Korsakoff/Londeix
JOHN HENEY-XYLOPHONE SOLOIST .. .. Bolero Impromptu-Heney
When You And I Were Young Maggie/
Somewhere My Love-arr. Heney
St Louis Blues-Handy/Heney

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