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The Michiaan ily -Frday,Augustl, 19 6-'ag
Detroit area population sixth in U.S.

WASHINGTON (AP) - The Lansing, 80th to 82nd, 418,500; areas, Naples, Fla., proved to be the
Detroit-Ann Arbor metropolitan area Saginaw, 78th to 84th, 407,400; and fastest-growing, jumping 36 percent
remains the nation's sixth largest, Kalamazoo, 136th to 145th, 215,500. to 116,900 people. That moved Naples
but eight other Michigan urban areas Also, Benton Harbor, 161st to 175th, from 264th to 235th in the rankings.
slipped in the rankings between 1980 162,800; Muskegon, 173rd to 181st, But that growth rate can be slightly
and 1985, the Census Bureau reported. 156,700; Jackson, 177th to 190th, misleading, since a community
Among Michigan metropolitan 143,700; and Battle Creek, 185th to beginning with a relatively small
areas, Battle Creek posted the shar- 201st, 136,500. population can show a significant per-
pest drop in the bureau's rankings of Rapid population growth propelled centage increase with a com-
the nation's 281 largest urban com- many Sun Belt communities up the paratively modest addition in total
munities, falling from 185th in,1980 to list, while communities with numbers.
201st inl1985. population declines or static counts THE FASTEST-growing.
NEW YORK remained well ahead lost ground in the rankings. metropolitan area of more than 1
of all other metropolitan areas in the TIE HIGHEST-ranking change million population was Phoenix, Ariz.,
new population estimates for 1985, on the list of the most populous com- jumping 22.4 percent to 1,846,600 as of
followed by Los Angeles, Chicago, San munities was San Francisco's, last year. That moved Phoenix up
Francisco, Philadelphia and Detroit, moving up one notch to fourth place from 24th to 21st place in the
the Census Bureau said Tuesday. nationally. population rankings.
The Detroit-Ann Arbor The metropolitan area, known of- Dallas-Fort Worth posted a 1980-85
Metropolitan Statistical Area ficially as San Francisco-Oakland- growth rate of 19.8 percent as it
population was pegged at 4,581,200 in San Jose, encompasses the region moved from 10th to ninth place with
1985, down 3.6 from 1980, the bureau around San Francisco Bay. It grew 8.2 3,511,600 people.
said. percent to 5,809,300 people between Houston, where the slump in the
Other than Detroit, other million- 1980 and 1985, the Census Bureau energy industry has slowed growth, is
plus metro areas that lost population reported. no longer the fastest-growing large
over the five-year period were Buf- During the same period, the metropolitan area, a distinction it had
falo-Niagara Fall, N.Y., down 4.4 per- Philadelphis-Trenton-Wilmington- held in recent years.
cent to 1,187,900, falling from 29th to Trenton metropolitan area, including NONETHELESS, the Houston-
33rd; Pittsburgh-Beaver Valley, Pa., portions of Pennsylvania, New Jersey Galveston-Brazoria metro area in-
down 3.5 percent to 2,337,400, falling and Delaware, grew only 1.7 percent creased by 16.9 percent to 3,623,300
from 13th to 15th. to 5,776,500and slipped to fifth place. people. That allowed Houston to climb
AMONG other Michigan BOSTON-LAWRENCE-SALEM, from ninth to eighth place in the
metropolitan areas ranked by the Mass., ranked seventh nationwide rankings, staying slightly ahead of
Census Bureau, Grand Rapids slipped behind Detroit, gaining 2 percent to Texas rival Dallas.
from 56th nationwide in 1980 to 57th in 4,051,400. Meanwhile, the Washington, D.C.-
1985, with a population fo 634,900; Of the nation's 281 metropolitan Maryland-Virginia metro area slip-

ped from eighth to 10th in the also includes Long Island and large
rankings, growing 7.3 percent to portions of New Jersey and Connec-
3,489,500people. ticut.
New York grew only 2.2 percent in
the five years but still remained first The No. 2 metro area remains Los
with 17,931,100 people in the con- Angeles-Anaheim-Riverside, which
solidated metropolitan area, which grew 10.8 percent to 12,738,200 people.
Blanchard signs budget bill
LANSING, Mich. (AP) - Here are amounts the state's 15 public
colleges and universities will receive in 1986-87 under a $1 billion budget
bill signed into law Monday by Gov. James Blanchard.
Included in the bill is $2.6 million for a scholarship program for
minority students and $25 million for research.
The University of Michigan's allocation was about $12 million less than
it had requested, forcing an in-state tuition increase of 4.3 percent and an
out-of-state hike of 8 percent.
The list shows spending in state dollars and doesn't include federal or
restricted money.
Central Michigan University - $45.1 million.
Eastern Michigan University - $52.3 million.
Ferris State College -$33.3 million.
Grand Valley State Colleges - $20.3 million.
Lake Superior State College - $8.6 million.
Michigan State University - $222.4 million.
Michigan Technological University - $33.1 million.
Northern Michigan University -$32 million.
Oakland University - $22.8 million.
Saginaw Valley State College'-$12.2 million.
University of Michigan - Ann Arbor - $225 million.
University of Michigan - Dearborn -$14.5 million.
University of Michigan - Flint - $12.9 million.
Wayne State University - $152.5 million.
Western Michigan University - $69.8 million.

The
TheTCalendar
of The University of Michigan

The calendar combines meeting, lecture
workshop and conference announcements
with other events happening each week on
campus. It is based on The University
Record calendar, and is open to at! Univer-
sity sponsored groups and organizations
recognized by the Michigan Student Assem-
bly. Items must be submitted in writing by S
p.m. the Tuesday before publication. Ad-
dress allinformation to: University Record,
412 Maynard St. Asterisk (*)denotes events
to which admission is charged.
FRIDAY
August 1
*AAFC-The Dead Zone, 7:30 & 9:30 pm,
MLB 4.
Microcomputer Educ Ctr-Workshops: Lotus
1-2-3, Pt. I, 1-5 pm; Microsoft Word for the
Macintosh, Pt I, 1-5 pm, 3001 Sch of Educ
Bldg.
Chemistry-Sem, "New Developments in Bio-
mimetric Olefin Cyclizations, " 3 pm, 1300
Chem Bldg.
SATURDAY
August 2
*AAFC-Duck Soup, 7 & 10:05 pm; Abbott &
Costello Meet Frankenstein, 8:30 pm, MLB 4.
MONDAY
August 4
Microcomputer Educ Ctr-Workshops: dBASE
III PLUS, Pa1, 0:30sam-12:30 pm; Advasce
Lotns 1-2-3: Macros, 1-5 pm; hoth in 3001
Sch of Ed Bldg.

Tae Kwon Do Club-Practice, 6 pm, next to
Chrysler Ctr parking lot. For infor, call 665-
2958, 665-7399.
TUESDAY
August 5
*AAFC-Adventures of Robin Hood, 7:30 &
9:30 pm, MLB3.
*UM-flint-Film, Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde, 7 pm,
Univ Ctr Kiva.
*HRD-Workshop: Intro to MTS, 8:30 am-
noon, HRD Ctr, IllI Kipke Dr. For info,
call 764-7410.
Microcomputer Educ Ctr-Workshops: Final
Word 11, Pt II, 1-5 pm; Learn To Use the
Macintosh, 1-4 pri, both in 3001 Sch of Ed
Bldg; Intro to Microcomputers, 1-5 pm, 4003
Sch of Ed Bldg.
WEDNESDAY
August 6
Chemistry-Organic Sem: P Schiess, "Gas Phase
Thermolysis, A Valuable Method in Pre-
parative Organic Chemistry, " 4 pm, 1300
Chemistry Bldg.
*HRD-Workshop: Managing Change, 9 am-4
pm, HRD Ctr, 1 MaKipke Dr. For reg info,
call 764-7410.
Microcomputer Educ Ctr-Workshops: Spread-
sheeting with Excel, Pt11, 6:30 am-12:30 pm;
Macintosh System Selection, 10;30 am-12:30
pm; MS-DOS Basic Skills, Pt I, 10:30 am-
12:30 pm; all is 3001 Sch of Ed Bldg.
Mich Gay Union-Meeting, 9 pm, 802 Monroe.
For info, call 763-4186.
Dissertation Support Grp-Meeting, 8:30-10 am,
3100 Mich Union. For info, call 764-8312.
Tae Kwon Do Club-Practice, 6 pm, next to
ChryslerCtr parking lot. For info, call 665-
2950, 665-7399.

THURSDAY
August 7
Univ AA-Meeting, noon 3200 Mich Union.
*AAFC-Midsummer Night's Dream, 7:30 pm;
Smiles of a Summer Night, 9:40 pm; MLB 4.
Microcomputer Educ Ctr-Workshops: MS-
DOS Basic Skills, Pt II, 8:30-10:30 am;
Hard Disk Skills, 10:30 am-12:30 pm; Lotus
1-2-3, Pt il, 1-5 pm; all in 3001 Sch of Ed
Bldg. Choosing a Microcomputer, 10:30 am-
12:30 pn, 4003 Sch of Ed Bldg.
Scottish Country Dancers--Intermed class, 8
pm, Forest Hills Community Ctr, 2351
Shadowood Dr. For info, call 769-4324.
His House Christian Fellowship-Fellowship &
Bible study, 7:30 pm, 925 E Ann. For info,
call 665-0775, 663-0483.
FRIDAY
August 8
*AAFC-Frankenstein, 7:30 pm; Spirit of the
Beehive, 9pm; MLB 4.
*HRD-Sem: Copyright, 1-4:40 pm; Workshop:
Travel Office Policies & Procedures, 8:30-
11:30 am; HRD Ctr, 111I Kipke Dr. For reg
info, call 764-7410.
International Students Fellowship-Meeting, 7
pm. For ride, call 994-4669
Mich Union Arts Progs-Concert: Baritone
Blane Shaw, 8 pm, Pendleton Rm.
Microcomputer Educ Ctr-Workshops: Final
Word, Pt I, 8:30 am-12:30 pm; Lotus 1-2-3,
Pt. II, 1-5 pm; Microsoft Word for the Mac-
intosh, Pt il, 1-5 pm; all in 3001 Sch of Ed
Bldg. Intro to Microcomputers, 1-3 pm, 4003
Sch of Ed Bldg.
*Outdoor Recreation-Mackinac Island/Wilder-
ness St Park trip. Reg req. For info, call
764-3967.
Korean Christian Fellowship-Bible study mtg,
Campus Chapel, 9 pm. For info, call 747-
0120.
Tae Kwon Do Club-Practice, 6 pm, next to
Chrysler Ctr parking lot. For info, call 665-
2958, 665-7399.
SATURDAY
August 9,
*AAFC-Erotic Film Festival, 7:30 & 9:30 pm,
MLB 4.

SUNDAY
August 10
Univ Lutheran Chapel-Worship, 9:15 am, 1511
Washtenaw. For info, call 663-5560.
WELS Campus Ministry-Worship, 10 am, Re-
deemer Lutheran Church, 1360 Pauline. For
info, call 662-0663.
Lord of Light Lutheran Church-Worship,
10:30 am, 801 S Forest.
MONDAY
August 11
Microcomputer Educ Ctr-Workshops: dBASE
Ili, Pt. II, 8:30 am-12:30 pm; Microsoft
Multiplan for the Macintosh, Pt1, 1-5 pm.
Both in 3001 Sch of Ed Bldg.
Tae Kwon Do Club-Practice, 6 pm, next to
Chrysler Ctr parking lot. For info, call 665-
2958, 663-7399.
TUESDAY
August 12
*AAFC-Long, Long Trailer, 7:30 pm; National
Lampoon's Vacation, 9:15 pm; MLB 3.
Microcomputer Educ Ctr-Workshops: Basic
Concepts of Local Area NetWorks, 1-5 pm,
4003 Sch of Ed Bldg; Versaterm, 1-3 pm,
3001 Sch of Ed Bldg.
WEDNESDAY.-
August 13
*AAFC-Corpse Grinders, 7:30 pm; Motel Hell,
9 pm; MLB 3.
Microcomputer Educ Ctr-Workshops: Spread-
sheeting with Excel, Pt 11, 8:30 am-12:30 pm;
MS-DOS Basic Skills, Pt I1, 10:30 am-12:30
pm; Microsoft Word for IBM PC-Compat-
ihle Microcomputers, Pt 1, 1-5 pm; Charting
with Microsoft Chart and Excel on the Mad-
sltosh, 1-3 pm; all in 3001 Sch of Ed Bldg.
Intro to Microcomputers, 10:30 am-12:30
pm, 4083 Sch of Ed Bldg.
Mich Gay Union-Meeting, 9 pm,.802 Monroe.
For info, call 763-4186.
Tar Kwon Do Club-Practice, 6 pm, next to
Chrysler Ctr parking lot. For info, call 665-
2958, 665-7399.

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