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The Michigan Daily-Friday, January 15, 1982-Page 7
Reagan says recession
to end soon, denies blame

Daily Photo by PAUL ENGSTROM
ECONOMICS DEPT. Chairman Frank Stafford tours Regent Sarah Goddard Power through the department's tem-
porary offices. For further details of the Regents meeting, see related story, Page 1.
"Re get f,1,inalize m ove of
pPhysical Therapy to Flint

From AP and UPI
NEW YORK - President Reagan
pronounced himself blameless yester-
day for 'the current national recession,
saying "our administration is a
cleanup crew for those who went on a
non-stop binge and left the tab for us to
picku,
With the unemployment rate at a
near record 8.9 percent and federal
deficits soaring, Reagan again defen-
ded his economic program of huge tax
and spending cuts and promised they
would eventually bring relief. He ad-
ded a thinly disguised attack on
Democrats.
"Some in Washington still pine for the
politics of the past; policies that didn't
work and never will," he asserted.
"We're living with the misery of their
mistakes. The best view of big gover-
nment is in a rear view mirror as we
leave it behind."
REAGAN ADDED "Yes, we are in a
recession. Our administration is a
cleanup crew for those who went on a
non-stop binge and left the tab for us to
pick up. The recession hurts, it causes
pain. But we'll work our way out of it,
and faster than expected."
The president, who promised the
recession would end "faster than ex-
pected," sandwiched his economic
remarks between calls for the private
sector to voluntarily take over some of
the social services long performed by
the government. That, for Reagan, has
been a longstanding theme, but it has
yet to catch fire across the nation.
Reagan made clear that he hopes the
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group he addressed, called the New
York City Partnership, wil serve as a
model of things to come. The coalition
of civic and business leaders, headed by
former Chase Manhattan Bank Chair-
man David Rockefeller, is privately
sponsoring nearly 14,000 jobs for disad-
vantaged youth.
REAGAN ENTERED the large
ballroom of the Waldorf Astoria Hotel
wearing a long black scarf with the
words "I Love New York" embroidered
in red.
But deputy press secretary Larry
Speaks told reporters in advance of the
speech the president was not breaking
Correction
In a story in Wednesday's paper
(Student panel proposes 10.25% dorm
rate hike), the Daily incorrectly stated
that last year's dorm rate hike was 11.2
percent. The rate hike for 1981-82 was
actually 9.8 percent; for 1980-81, the
rate hike was 11.2 percent.

new ground with his prediction of a
rapid end to the downturn.
Speakes said the administration is
sticking to its timetable of a recovery
by late spring or early summer, and the
comment might be interpreted to mean
a swifter recovery "than some expec-
ted."
All South Quad Alumni
are welcome to attend
The Q$ld S
30th ANNIVERSARY
CELEBRATION
Jan. 14: Movie Night, 9 p.m.
Jan. 16: Alumni Reception
2.p.m.
Jan. 16: Dance, 9 p.m.

(Continued froi Page 1)
renovation project for the West Quad
dining room. The renovation will
create a scramble-type serving system
similar to those in operation at South
Quad and Markley.
The Regents also recognized. a $4
,million grant from the W.K. Kellogg
Foundation in Battle Creek. The grant
brings the University well over the
halfway mark toward construction of a
Leaks soy
(Continued from Page 1)
FOUR VIDEO tape recorders, valued
at about $100,000 each, were damaged
in one of the four most heavily damaged
rooms, Remley said.
-,Josephine Wenk, administrative
-manager of the Technical Center, said
damages to equipment may reach
$0,000.
"Some of the (damages) we just don't
- -know yet," she said.
p TWO LEAKS occurred in the Art and
-Architecture Building earlier in the
week.
One occurred in the photography lab,
,.which possibly caused $20,000 in
damages, said Andrew Supers, in-
surance risk analyst in the University's
Insurance Office.
"There was seven or eight feet of
water in some of the darkrooms," said
George Bayliss, dean of the School of
Art. "Water was shooting out of the
keyhole because of the pressure."
THE OTHER leak in the Art and Ar-
chitecture Building took place in
bathrooms at the west end of the
building. There were no damages,
-however.

$12 million national eye care center,
which will be an educational, medical and
surgical facility.
An endowment of at least $500,000
from Edna and Norman Freehling of
Chicago will enable the University to
set up two new faculty chairs, the
Regents learned yesterday. The new
positions will go to junior faculty mem-

ers in the humanities.
In further action, the Regents for-
mally severed a joint venture with
Wayne State University involving the
Institute of Labor and Industrial
Relations. The University will now
organize an institute independent of
Wayne State.

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ak five 'U' buildings

Water rushed out of pipes at the
Kresge Medical Research Building on
Tuesday night, but no damage was
reported there either.
The University plans to install more
insulation to prevent the problem from
recurring, said Russell 'Reister, direc-
tor of plant operations.
THE LEAK at the Radrick Farms
Golf Clubhouse caused approximately
$2,000-$3,000 in damages, Supers said.
No damage estimates were available
for the leak at Simpson Memorial In-
stitute.
Measures are being taken with the
aim of preventing new leaks, Reister
said. Insulation will be added, and heat
will be directed to areas in buildings
where water pipes are near the exterior
of the building.
THE WAVE of pipe leaks is being
blamed on the recent cold tem-
peratures and high winds. "I don't
remember anything as bad as this, and
I don't remember weather this bad,"
Reister said.
Leaks occur when pipes freeze,

causing the water in them to expand,
which ruptures the pipes. Water rushes
out when the ice melts, according to
Connie Adams, maintenance manager.
A small crack leading to the outside
can allow cold winds to enter, and cause
a small section of pipe to freeze in an
otherwise warm room, Adams said.
"We're trying to make sure we look at
these kinds of areas and seal them up."
INCIDENTS of bursting pipes have
occurred in the past, "largely when
heat was turned down in buildings,"
said Ryan.
About $12,000 worth of damage was
caused last year in the Michigan
League. Extensive damage to the
photography lab occurred in 1979,
Supers and Bayliss said.
"It might not happen for another
hundred years, or it may happen next
week," Reister said.
Pipes also ruptured this week at
Michigan State University, where, ac-
cording to MSU Plant Manager Howard
Smith, damage in two buildings amoun-
ted to $30,000.

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