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Page 2-The Michigan Daily- Wednesday, March 10, 1993



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Dems. approve cuts,

push Clinti
President Clinton and Democrats
labored in harmony yesterday to
craft an economic program, as the
president signaled acceptance of
deeper spending cuts and lawmakers
advanced his $16 billion job-creation
The House Appropriations
Committee ratified the jobs package
over Republican opposition, and sent
it to the full House for expected
approval next week.
Separately, members of the
Democratid-controlled House and
Senate budget committees worked
on spending plans that expand on
Continued from page 1
considers that action necessary.
"(My support) would depend on
which issues the University (and
GEO) did not agree on," Fergeson
said. "(We) don't want to bring the
University to a standstill - that
would be unproductive.".
He added he is not as concerned
with a salary increase as with main-
taining the current TA medical ean.
"Maintaining heath care.benefits
is very important," Fergeson said.
"(I) don't want to lose the benefits I
Continued from page 1
had hired an illegal alien to be her
child's nanny - though she had
broken no laws in doing so.
Reno seemed nearly free of
personal controversy and Biden
scheduled no other witnesses for the
confirmation hearing. Sen. Orrin
Hatch of Utah, the ranking
Republican on the committee, said
the panel might vote on her
nomination this week.
"Having read every page of your
FBI report, I am impressed with
your credentials and what you've

n plan
Clinton's initial calls for spending
"We need all the suggestions we
can get about other places we can
cut the budget and we will need to
do that until the budget is finally
passed, so I strongly support that,"
Clinton said at a brief news confer-
On Capitol Hill, White House
budget chief Leon Panetta under-
scored the president's agreement to
the changes. Panetta said Clinton
"commends both committees for the
work they're doing. We're prepared
to work with both of them at this

came to the University for in the first
Engineering TA Robert Leper
said although he understands GEO is
attempting to negotiate a fair con-
tract, he is not a member of GEO
and will not support a union-called
job action.
Curtiss said any TAs who are not
members of GEO will have opportu-
nities to join the union and vote on
the strike ballot at several polling
places around the University.
Curtiss said at this point GEO's
main concern is to sign a contract
and "get the best one we can."
done with your life," Hatch said.
He and Biden both said rumors
that. she had been pulled over but
never charged with drunken driving
were checked by the FBI and com-
mittee investigators and proven un-
founded. Hatch called them a "hate-
mongering campaign."
When asked about accusations
that she was loathe to prosecute
public corruption cases in Florida,
she said she had passed some on to
federal prosecutors because the court
rules were more favorable in that
system. She said she did this despite
advice that it would be "political


This stone-carved woman crouches in continual contemplation of the
scene at Forest Hills Cemetary yesterday.


Zoe Olefsky, Midwest Representative of

Si Ie Moelry
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DATE: Wednesday, March 10
TIME: 11:00 - 5:00
PLACE: Hillel, 1429 Hill St.
For individual appointments or more information
call: Hillel, 769-0500
or Zoe Olefsky, (312) 236-6395

Continued from page 1
Daniel Radosh, an assistant editor
at SPY magazine, denied paying for
a copy of Madonna's transcript. He
said the magazine "never pays for
But Radosh said it is against SPY
magazine policy to reveal how the
transcript was obtained.
Loyer said a fraudulent request
for a transcript could result in crimi-
nal prosecution. He said the office
refers about four to five cases yearly
to University attorneys or the
University Department of Public
Safety for investigation.
Loyer said no special precautions
are taken to protect the academic
records of celebrities, aside from
President Gerald Ford, whose file
has been separated due to the federal
law that seals presidential academic
"We rely on the honesty of our
employees and counsel them to the
importance of the secrecy of stu-
dents' academic transcripts," he said.

But the records of public figures
are equally accessible to employees
filling transcript requests. For exam-
ple, James Earl Jones, Arthur Miller
and Sen. Nancy Landon
Kassebaum's transcripts sit in file
cabinets arranged by decade, as do
countless other famous alumni's
records in 1513 LSA Building.
Loyer, discussing Madonna's
transcript, conceded Monday."it is
possible that an employee photo-
copied the record."
Loyer said it is possible a copy of
Madonna's transcript remained in
the office of the School of Music.
But Janet Scheinder, an academic
secretary in the School of Music,
said a copy is no longer housed on
North Campus.
"We only keep records for seven
years after they leave or graduate
from the University," Scheinder
Neither Madonna nor anyone else
is any closer to finding out how SPY
magazine received the "official tran-

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EDITORS: Hope Calat, Lauren Dormer, Karen Sabgir, Purvi Shah
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