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committee agrees on
1981 federal budget
(ContinuedfromPage1) The compromise was worked out
swing group that could help bring during a day of closed-door negotiations
broad-based Democratic opposition to largely between Rep. Robert Giaimo
the budget on the House floor. Many (D-Conn.), chairman of the House
liberals already opposed the budget Budget Committee, and Sen. Ernest
because of social spendingcuts. Hollings (D-S.C.), chairman of the
Besides Gephardt and Panetta, the Senate Budget Committee.
other dissenting Democrats were Reps. In a concession to Republicans, the
Norman Mineta of California, Timothy compromise plan does not assume
Wirth of Colorado, and William revenues from the gasoline fee and ad-
Brodhead of Michigan. Rep. Eldon ded that if the fee is imposed, its $10
Rudd (R-Ariz.) also voted against the billion revenues can only be used for a
compromise. tax cut.
Keeping the University of
over 90 years
Buckley bows out as Vassar speaker
Conservative gadfly William Buckley Jr. was stung to learn Vassar
College seniors weren't eager for his company, so he flung a few choleric
darts and proclaimed that he would do without theirs. The Poughkeepsie,
N.Y. college said Tuesday that the seniors will hear no main speaker during
commencement Sunday because the scheduled speaker-Buckley-had
withdrawn after learning of student protests. A petition objecting to his
selection was signed by 301 of 555 seniors, and the student newspaper called
Buckley's views offensive "to women, to minorities, to pacifists, and, in
short, to a presumable majority of Vassar students." Buckley, editor of the
conservative National Review, withdrew Monday in a letter to Vassar
President Virginia Smith, dubbing Vassar students "a fearfullyill-nformed
body" and commenting "nowhere have I encountered that blend of ferocious
illiteracy achieved by the young men and women of Vassar." Sticks and
stones can break Vassar students' bones, Mr. Buckley .. .F
Sex for sale at national convention
Representatives of prostitutes' groups said yesterday that despite a
police crackdown, sex will be for sale during the Democratic National
Convention this summer and prices will be up to 40 per cent higher. The
representatives also said prostitutes would follow Republicans to their July
14-18 convention in Detroit. Iris De La Cruz, head of the 2000-member
Prostitutes of New York, said "during the convention women will not stop
hustling, no matter how many police are arresting them. There's an
expression on the street-put a little shade to it. You go undercover. You
become a little more wary. You ask more questions. But you don't stop." De
La Cruz also said prostitutes would charge perhaps 40 per cent more for
their services during the conventions, and called New York Mayor Edward
Koch's aim of cracking down on prostitution "a pathological obsession." Q
On the outside
Break out the backyard barbecue and beach towels. The folks at the
weather bureau predict clear blue skies today and a high temperature in
the lower 80's. Q
Public Health-Noontime film fest, Who Killed Lake Erie?, 12:10 p.m.,
Aud., SPH II.
AAFC-Suspicion, 1, 3, 5, 7, 9 p.m., Michigan Theater, 603 E. Liberty.
Cinema I-Shanghai.Express, 7, 10:30 p.m.; Dishonored, 8:45 p.m.,
Cinema Guild-Lady Chatterley's Lover, 8 p.m., Old Arch. Aud.
WILPF-Marc Mauer, "Solutions For Prison Overcrowding," 8 p.m.,
Ann Arbor Public Library, 343 S. Fifth Ave.
Forum on Puerto Rico-Slide show; film The Struggle for
Independence; speakers Jose Navarro and Pablo Medina, members of the
Puerto Rican Socialist Party, 7:30 p.m., Kuenzel Rm., Union.
Sailing Club-Meeting, 7:45 p.m., 311W. Engin. Q
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