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The Michigon Daily-Tuesday, January 26, 1982-Page 3

Reagan speech to
reject tax hike

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'U' committee to
recommend new VP

WASHINGTON (AP) - President
Reagan will reject calls for higher ex-
cise taxes in his first State of the Union,
speech sources said yesterday, adding
that reagan would propose turning over
some federal programs to the states.
Administration and congressional of-
ficals, and a banker who met with
Reagan, said the president apparently
had decided against the adivce of his
top aides and would not seek higher taxes
o counter the growing federal deficit.
ONE administration official, who
asked that he not be identified by name,
said Reagan had decided not to seek the
higher taxes, He and congressional
sources said the president would:
* Unveil a program, to take effect in
stages, in which existing excise taxes
are shared with the states;
" Propose closing certain "loop-
oles" in federal tax law, and seek a
minimum tax on corporate income;

* Disclose a proposal to transfer ap-
proximately 40 federal programs in-
volving welfare, food stamps, and
education and transportation projects
to the states.
One congressional source also said
that revenue from the tax on oil com-
pany profits stemming from the decon-
trol of petroleum prices would be
turned over to the states. The ad-
ministration source said he could not
confirm this, however.
Reagan kept his afternoon free to
work on the speech, but met with a
group representing small business
operators who urged him not to retreat
from his promise not to raise taxes.
"We left there optimistically feeling
that was not his plan, to back up," said
John Sloan, president of the First Ten-
nessee Bank.
"He urged that we listen to his
message tomorrow night."

The University search committee
seeking candidates for the position of
Vice President for Development and
University Relations submitted its
report Thursday to University
President Harold Shapiro.
After receiving the report, Shapiro
said he plans to prolong the search
before recommending an appointment
to the Board of Regents.
"WE ARE continuing to seek the best
possible person to lead this University
toward new funding sources from the
private sector," he said.~
Chaired by Ara Paul, dean of the
College of Pharmacy, the committee
was organized to find a successor to
Michael Radock, now senior vice

president for development and univer-.
sity relations at the University of .
Southern California. 0 1
Harvey Jacobs, formerly assistant to,,
the vice president, has been acting vice
president for university relations since
Radock's departure last summer.
Members of the committee include
Associate Director of Development
Robert Debrodt, Aerospace Professor┬░,
Robert Howe, Dean Harold Johnson, of -
the School of Social Work, Classical
Studies Professor John Pedley,
Business Administration Professor
Wilbur Pierpont, and Michigan Student
Assembly Representative Valerie
Mims.

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hAPPENINGS-
HIGHLIGHT
Interview sessions for training at the S.O.S. Crisis Center in Ypsilanti will
be held on January 26-28, and on February 1, 3, & 4. These interviews are for
potential candidates for the Crisis Center's next training session for crisis
counselors to staff the 24 hour hotline and walk-in services. The training
process begins on February 5.
PERFORMANCES
Musical Society-Oakland Ballet Company, Power Center, 8p.m..
School of Music-Conducting Recital-Christopher Zimmerman, MM;
William Robertson, MM; Recital Hall, 8 p.m.; Piano Recital-Barbara
Wilkinson, MM; Rackham Assembly Hall, 8 p.m.
MEETINGS
Go Club - 7-11 p.m., 1433 Mason Hall.
Campus Recycling-7:30 p.m., 126 E. Quad.
Tau Beta Pi-mtg. for electees, 7:30 p.m., 140 Bus. Ad.
Career Planning and Placement-Career Conf. for Minority and Disabled
Students, 1-6 p.m., League.
Chi Alpha Christian Fellowship - 7 p.m., Union, Conf. Rm. 5.
Women Engineers-Pre-interview, N. L. Industries, 7-9 p.m., 144 W. Eng.
CEW-Counseling Group, "Assertion Training for Secretaries", 7:30-9:30
p.m. For more info., call 764-6555. Informal Drop-in Hunt Club, 12-1:30 p.m.,
Center Library,
UM Windsurfing Club -7 p.m., 2230 CCRB.
Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, Committee on
Domestic Budget/Economic Priorities-study group, 7:30 p.m., 6
Buckingham Court. For more info.; call Jo Kelsey, 971-5498.
An Introduction to the Transcendental Meditation Program, noon, Mich.
Union, Rm. 4313.
SPEAKERS

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Daily Photo by BRIAN MASCK
Melting for money
No, this man is not trying to break into a parking meter. He is actually Bob
Murray, an Ann Arbor meter repairman, using a propane torch to melt the
ice frozen in the locks, in order to get to the money.

New photo
shows Gen.
Dozier may,
still bealive
ROME (AP) - Police said the latest
photo of kidnapped U.S, Brig. Gen.
James Dozier, retrieved yesterday by a
Rome newspaper, indicates that the
NATO general may still be alive.
"It's the most hopeful sign since his
disappearance," said a police source,
commenting on the Polaroid photo of
Dozier wearing a long thick beard. The
Red Brigades terrorists who abducted
Dozier on Dec. 17 have not been known
to release a picture of a dead captive.
THE POLICE source, who asked not
to be named, said investigators believe
the photo was genuine.
The photo was part of a six-page Red
Brigades document, the fifth such
statement since members of the urban
guerrilla gang on kidnapped Dozier
from his Verona apartment.

Support theC
March of Dimes.
BIWTH DEFECTS FOUN4AT1ON
Our 18 hour seminor for Feb. 20
IsAT meets in Ann Arbr Eb. 12,
13, and 14.
80-23-76

WHO:
WHIAT:'
WHEN:

Open to all currently enrolled University of Michigan students,
members of the UHS Prepaid Health Care Plan, and UHS
staff.
Design contest for a logo which will bear the UHS name and
best exemplify the theme, "HEALTH CARE FOR THE
CAMPUS COMMUNITY." Must be adaptable for use as a
poster design and stationery letterhead. Winner awarded
$250!!!
Entries will be accepted ,through February 19, 1982. An-
nouncement of winning design will be made February 19,
1982.
Contest rules and entry forms available at UHS,
Uluich's. U Cellar. Art and Architecture Building

NOW:.

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residence halls, UGLI, Graduate Library, LSA
Building, SAB, Michigan League and the Union.
For more information, contact Patient and Public
Relation's, 763-4384.
ENTER TOD6YI ,
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Chalk Talk-CC Staff, "Using MTS File Commands," 12:10-1 p.m., 1011
NUBS.
Computing Center-Lec., Forrest Hartman, "Intro. to MTS File Editor,"
-:30-5 p.m., B114 MLB.
Anthropology-Colloquium, Barb Smuts, "A New Look as Reproductive
Strategies in Savannah Baboons: Sex and Friendship between Consenting
Adults," 4 p.m.,,Rackham, E. Conf. Rm.
Bioengineering-sem., Daniel Green, "Functional Organization of the
Vertebrate Retina," 4-5 p.m., 1213 E. Eng.
CHGD-sem., Stanley Garn. Henry Wellman, Audrey Petzold,
"Behavioral Assoc. of Fatness and Obesity," 12:10 p.m., 44 Victor Vaughan.
English - lec., R.H. Super, "Anthony Trollope: The Ghost in the
Machine," 8p.m., Rackham E. Conf. Rm.
Geological Sciences-Lec., Philip C. England, "Large Scale Deformation
of the Continents", 4 p.m., 4001 CC Little.
Ecumenical Campus Ctr. and International Ctr.-lec., John Whitmore,
"Vietnam, China and Cambodia: Three Years After," Noon, Int. Ctr.
ECB-sem., ECB faculty, "Discovery: Helping Students Write to Learn,"
4-6 p.m., 2553 LSA.
Urban Planning..-lec., Kingsbury Marzolf, "Historic Preservation," 11
a.m.-noon, 1040 Dana.
Psychobiology-Colloquium, David Hill, "Development of Taste in the
Rat," 12:30 p.m., 1057 MHRI.
Chemistry-Colloquium, Odile Eisenstein, "Reactivity of Metal Carbene
Complexes: An Orbital Approach; of Olefin Metethesis and
Cyclopropanation," 4 p.m., 1300 Chem.
Graduate Program in Transportation-Transportation Commissioner
Weston Vivian, "Tax Dreams and Cutback Realities in Michigan Transpor-.
tation," 3 p.m., League, Henderson Rm.
Ctr. for W. Eur. Studies-Prof. Anatoly Liberman, "Beawolf and the Saga
of Girettir - the First Cantennial of Research," 7 p.m., Rackham, W. Conf.
Rm.
Washtehaw County Community Health Coordinating Committee-Dr.
William Thar, Info. about the Preventive Med. Ctr. of Ann Arbor, 9-11 a.m.,
Washtenaw Intermed. School District Bldg. on Wagner Rd.
MISCELLANEOUS
Folk Dance Club-Beg. Folk Dance Instruction, 7-8 p.m.; Request Dan-
cing, 8:30 p.m.; Adv. Beg., 8:30-9:45 p.m., Mich. Union. For more info call
764-5555.
CCS-Bag lunch, David Zweig, Ph.D. candidate in Dept. of Poli. Sci. will
discuss conflicts that resulted from new policies in a commune outside of
Nanjing, noon, Lane Hall, Commons Rm.
To submit items for the Happenings Column, send them in care of:
Happenings, The Michigan Daily, 420 Maynard St., Ann Arbor, MI. 48109.

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