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The Michigan Daily-Wednesday, November 12, 1980-Page 3

Milliken to speak on
state's fiscal crisis

LANSING (UPI)-Gov. William
Milliken will go on statewide television
for the second time in five weeks
tonight to discuss the state's deepening
fiscal crisis, it was announced yester-
Milliken insisted he has not yet
decided on the key question-whether
to ask for additional budget balancing
taxes and risk antagonizing an elec-
torate which recently heeded his plea to
reject radical tax slashing.
HIS AIDES said the new speech was
motivated in part because of the skep-
ticism which greeted the earlier ad-
Milliken Milliken will lay out his plans to
speaks tonight returning legislative leaders at 4 p.m.
AAFC-Apocalypse Now, 6:30, 9:30 p.m., Aud. A, Angell hall.
Cinema Guild-Angel City, 7, 9 p.m., Lorch Hall Aud.
7,C9p.m., Lorch Hall Aud.
Cinema Guild-Persona, 7, 9p.m., MLB 3.
CAAS-Edgar Epps, "School Desegragation, Self-Evaluation, and
Achievement Orientation of Minority Children," 7 p.m., Education School
Schorling Aud.
English Comp. Board John Reiff, "Using Evidence in the Research
Paper," 4p.m., 2203 Angell.
Organization of Arabic Students-Lecture in Arabic, Khairal-Assas, noon,
Room C, Michigan League.
PIRGIM-Project Community, Perry Bullard, 7 p.m., 1239 Mason.
School of Music-Martin Williams, "Where's the Melody? or, What are
those Jazz Musicians Doing to that Favorite Tune of Mine?" 4:15 p.m.,
UAC-Abbie Hoffman, 8 p.m., Michigan Theater.
Washtenaw Council on Alcoholism-Claudia Black, national authority on
counseling the children of alcoholics, 8 p.m., Huron High School Theatre.
Arena Theatre-Escurial by De Ghelderode, 4:10 p.m., Frieze Building.
Eclipse Jazz-Ray Charles, 8 p.m., Hill Aud.
Christian Worship Wednesday Evening Prayers-10 p.m., Campus
Chapel, north of 'U' Towers.
LSA-Student Government Meeting, 6:15 p.m., 3909 Union.
SPAM-Meeting, Martin Williams on Louis Armstrong, 7-9 p.m., Third
floor Burton Tower.
Stilyagi Air Corps Meeting-8 p.m., Union Conf. Rooms.
k 'U' Residence Hall Council Meeting-9 p.m., 3909 Union.
Ark-Hoot Night, open mike, 9 p.m., 1421 Hill.
Biology-Seminar, William Dawson, "Little Birds and Big Winters: Win-
ter Acclimatization in Cadrueline Finches," 4 p.m., MLB 2.
Bus. Ad.-Reception for students interested in PH.D. program, 3-4:30
p.m., Executive Lounge.
CEW-Counseling, "Career Decision Making," 1:30-3:30 p.m., 328 Thom-
Chemistry - Seminar, D. M. Coleman, "Analytical Implications of
Segregated Luminescent Discharges," 4p.m.,1200 Chem.
Communication-1980 Morgan O'Leary Award Symposium, 3:30 p.m.,
East Conference Room, Rackham.
Communication-Discussion, Marianne Berry, doctoral candidate, topic
to be announced, 12:10 p.m., Room 2040, LSA.
CPP-Workshop, "Identifying Teaching Skills to Expand Career Op-
tions," 4-6 p.m., CPP.
CREES-Bag lunch lee., Arthur Mendel, "The Vengeance of the Knights,
or, Russia's Aristocratic Rebels," noon, Lane Hall Commons.
CRLT-Seminar on college teaching, "Handling Problem Students," 3:10-
5 p.m., 2417 Mason.
Eckankar-book discussion, Paul Twitchell, "Dialogues with the Master,"
h 7:30 p.m., 302 E. Liberty.
Engineering-Seminar, Jeorge Moore, "Algorithms and Software for
Nonlinear Optimization," 4 p.m., 229 West Engineering.
Engineering-Presentation by Sushil Atreya and Thomas Donahue, "Live
TV Coverage of the Voyager Saturn/Total Encounter," 5-8 p.m., At-
mospheric and Oceanic Science Lobby.
Engineering-Joao Jachic, "Optimal Fuel Depletion Strategies," 4 p.m.,
Baer Room/Cooley.
Extension Services Conferences and Institutes-Short Courses For
Assessing Personnel, specialized training for township, city and county
assessing officials, Michigan League.
International Center-Bag lunch lecture, "A Slide Trip Through Colombia
and Peru," 12-1 p.m., Int. Ctr. Rec. Room.
International Folk Dance Club-Adv. teaching and dancing, 8-11 p.m.,

Jewish Theological SeminaryRepresentative Barry Starr will discuss
Judiac study or careers as a rabbi, Jewish educator, Jewish communal
worker, etc., 4-8 p.m., Hillel. Call 663-3336 for apt.
Linguistics-Seminar, Keith McCune, Azhar Simin, "On The Function Of
Anaphoric Markers In Indonesian Texts," 12:10 p.m., 3518 Frieze.a
MARC-Lecture in French, Charles Foulon, "Rabelais: Traveller of
Space and Time," 4 p.m., 1402 Mason.
Rec. Sports-IM Racquetball Tournament, (AC-d), 6:30 p.m., IMSB.
UAC-Mini-Course, Self-Defense, 7-9 p.m., Union.1
Vendenberg Co-op-Slide lecture, Steve Small, "A Small View of the
Soviet People," 8p.m., 623 Oxford Rd.
WCBN-"Black Student Apathy and Black Issues-Myths or Realities?",
Verna Hobbs and Sherry King, 6-7 p.m. -'
WUOM/WVGR-"A Question of Place," Noam Chomsky, 10 a.m.t
Michigan Energy Expo '80-PIRGIM Energy Task Force, 6 to 10 prm.,
Cobo Hall, Detroit.
To submit items for the Happenings Column, send them in care of:
Happenings, The Michigan Daily, 420 Maynard St., Ann Arbor, MI, 48109.

and then repeat the message in a 20
minute televised address which will be
carried by most of the same stations
that broadcast the Oct. 8 speech an-
nouncing about $100 million in cuts. It
will be only his sixth statewide address
in 10 years.
State government, wracked by
Michigan's auto-related recession, is
struggling with a deficit of about $300
million in the current fiscal year which
began Oct. 1.
The Milliken administration has been
running the show under emergency
spending authority because lawmakers
were unable to agree on a formal
budget before breaking for the election
The situation has continued to
deteriorate since his earlier speech,
with revenue showing unexpected
declines in September and October.


Daily Photo by JIM KRUZ

UNIVERSITY LIBRARY guard Scott Brodie keeps a lookout for carrel "jumpers" while patroling the stacks in th
Harlan Hatcher Graduate Library.
'Jumpers' are outlaws in Grad


MSA seeks new CSJ chief
The Michigan Student Assembly last
night took the initial steps toward the
replacement of David Schaper, the
former chief justice of the Central
Student Judiciary, who resigned last
week for personal reasons.
The Assembly approved the appoin-
tment of several persons to the special
interviewing committee that will select.
the new chief justice to preside over
MSA's judicial branch. MSA Vice
President for Personnel Tom
McLaughlin said his committee will
initiate an advertising campaign to
reach out to prospective applicants for
the position. Interviews will begin as
soon as an adequate pool of applications
has been received.
New campus phones
Also in last night's meeting, Bruce
Brumberg, coordinator for the MSA
Security Task Force, reported on the
progress his group has made toward
improving campus security. Brumberg
said his task force has succeeded in
winning Michigan Bell's approval of the
installation of five new pay telephones
on campus. He said Michigan Bell will
install the. new -phones,. which. can be
used to dial the emergency 911 number
without charge, as soon as the Univer-
sity grants final approval for thy'
Brumberg also said his group is
preparing a formal letter to University
Vice-President for Student Services
Henry Johnson, outlining the assistance
MSA needs in order to move ahead with
plans for establishing a student-
operated transportation service.
Brumberg said the proposed program
would provide inexpensive rides to and
from campus for female students after

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"only two or three minutes, thinking
they'll be safe," says Cruse. Brodie
recalls hearing that two students lost
their wallets and up to $150. They left
their wallets for only a moment, he
As the guards patrol the library
stacks, they also look for empty carrels
containing purses, watches,
calculators, and wallets in plain sight.
The carrels are then locked, forcing the
student to go to Circulation Services,
Rm. 104, to re-enter their carrel. There
Voyager 1to
wpith. Saturn
PASADENA, Calif. (AP)-Voyager
1, one day from its rendezvous with
Saturn, astonished scientists yesterday
with pictures of two misshapen ringlets
set amid the planet's concentric rings
and what may be a huge hill on one of
its 15 frozen moons.
The two-ton spaceship, on a journey
of 38 months and 1.24 billion miles, was
to skim within 2,500 miles of the biggest
moon, Titan, late yesterday before
making its closet encounter with Saturn
"EVERYTHING IN the spaceship
and on the ground is going well and
there are no major problems," said
deputy project manager Esker Davis at
the Jet Propulsion Laboratory.
After passing near the red-orange
clouds of the dense atmosphere of
Titan, the ship was to probe the
mysteries of the moons Tethys, Mimas
Enceladus, Dione, and Rhea following
its Saturn fly-by.
"This is Titan's day," Davis said.

they receive a short lecture'from the
guard about the dangers of leaving per-
sonal belongings in an empty carrel.
The increase in complaints after 6
p.m. about high noise levels from
students and library workers may be
due to a "°shiftin clientele during khe
dinner hour," says Bill Kopinski, a
supervisor at the library. "It change-

from a research facility to a study
hall," he adds.
The Undergraduate Library also has
problems with eating, drinking, and
noise levels as the Graduate Library
does. But the UGLI's budget doesn't
allow for the hiring of a guard or two to
patrol its four levels, according to


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Bathroom arsonist caught
A 15-year-old runaway was ap-
prehended just a few minutes after she
allegedly started a fire in a trash can in
a first floor Michigan Union bathroom,
police said yesterday. Ann Arbor Police
Sgt. Harold Tinsey said University
Campus Security found the suspect in
the pinball room in the basement of the
Union early yesterday morning just
minutes after the fire was discovered,
and called the police. She is now in a
Washtenaw County juvenile home
awaiting a hearing. No reason was
given as to why the girl started the fire.
Pontiac, the Ottawa Indian chief, was
murdered by a Peoria Indian in 1769
near the present site of St. Louis, Mo.
Pontiac supported the French
throughout the Seven Years War.
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