1984-11-02; Central Michigan Life
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••»•»•»•••»•»••••••••»*•*****•*• **••••»» a************* ft »•♦•••»••••» »••••••»••»•» CAMPAIGN 1984 Election pull-out inside ***************************************** ************ ************************************* Central Michigan LIFE Friday. November 2.1984 1«JH4CMI.IFK 20 pages Mount Pleasant, Mich 48SS9 Vol.67 No.29 Board to vote on $43 million budget request by PAULMASON LIFE Managing Editor Central^ Board ol Trustees will he asked to approve the w ill be submitted to the Mate mission of the budget request ot S-U.12O.K0O to the State Depart 52.530.000 or a 6 A percent increase ment of Management and lUidtxt M after several hours of Top priority anion*: six program revision requests is funding liscussion. If the Hoard approves the budget request today, it for the affiliation between Central and the Michigan Molecular Institute in Midland. budget request ol SF? million for the 19S5-htS fiscal year m its The total request is an increase ot <>.".?.200 over this year's With the budget request. Central is seeking S 1.050.0(H) in st;ite regular meeting today. or a 15 3 percent increase The regular budget request is up S " aid for the first year of the merger This summer I undine for the The Hoard Finance Committee lhursdav m^ht approved sub percent and proposed program revision requests total »See "Trustees" — page 18 Trustees to consider student media loan by NATHANIEL PROCTOR LIFE EDITOR CMC's student media stand to receive a loan of up to S230.000 if the Hoard of Trustees approves a recommendation hv its Finance Committee today The four-membei commit tee. chaired bv iiustee licrna dine Dcmime.. Detroit. voted unanimously '[ 'hursdav to re commend the loan, which would cover ens!-, nl renovation and expansion, iik hidim: compute i i/i'il typesetting equipment The Finance I ommitfee al-o unanimously appioved a re solution empowering the president to spend up 'u >25.uno to send cheerleaders and haml members to hvim, ( alii m the event CMC's tnnthull team plav s m the I alttm m.i Hir.v I Dec 15 Team membeis. coaches, trainers and additional person nel v\ ill Ilv mi a chai tei ed ~2~. according to President Haloid Abel, at a cost ot hctvvem v-o and S~0.0(M1 w ui, additional ex penses ' Li'ound ti an-put fa Hon. meals and lodmm: v um me, an est itnated S40.000. Howl revenues of S 100.000 are expected to offset those costs. Abel said, and additional money from the community nu^ht cover all but as much as S20.000 of the cost <>l sending the hand and cheerleaders. The Hoard also w ill consider a proposed resolution from the Assessment and Development committee t<> amend Hoard In laws The committee, chaired hv Iiustee Kay l-aHounty. Ypsi lanti. approved unammouslv a resolution that would brim: Hoard bylaws in compliance with recentlv amended Michi- U,i;i Open Meetings Act provisions Cnder the- new resolution, tlie Hoard would close all meet ui'js at which consideration ol ill stm s>,il. suspension, disciplining, or hearinu ol com ! plaints hi chariii's agamst I'm \cisiiv personnel were to he heaid t lusine would requnc thi' lequeM ot the named null \ idua I A I so included in I he prnvisiim ate periodic evalua tllllls A re sol in mn calling t or himonthlv "open totunis" was approved Thursday by the Student Affairs Committee, and will e.o before the full Hoard today The proposal, originally offered hv Trustee Kachael Moreno, l-insin^. would allow members of the general public to address the Hoard diirimr Hoard meetings T hose who desired to use the open forum would specify their topic in advance bv u^inu a form provided by theollicc of the Hoard The committee, chaired bv Trustee Cordon Famine, lavlor. unanimoush appro veil the resolm ion Health Center tees lor the conn ui1 \ ear will increase to >2 per credit hour it the Hoard approves the recommendation of the committee, however, no action will be taken on the matter until the Hoard's December meet me.. The I enter's initial v isii tec would be increased to >|0. and follow -up v i sit s w on lit i os | ss, according to a plan submitted to the committee hv Health Center Dn ector Fd Hrovvn Hrovvn told the committee the tee increases ale me.in; to ol I set Ihe cm i cut del icil. and the ( ent er does im; |>j i ,j n Bopp late in filing report State i cprcscntativ c cau.h Hopp h rtiimnic. aL'.niist Ke '1 in uijiiist s.nd ail candid.lies date Mollv Hopp ts iaie in t lluiu publican incumbent tolleen weie preuotilied pi im to ;)ie hei'catnpaiLtu con: nhiition > i e Fni'ler ni Mount I'lce-ant election about the icqunc poi t w ith the Sec i i t.i: \ o! state '' "•'-as uis; a l.u k ot tune. tile ill I Ie said not I dim.' oil I line Oft ice in l-uisuu' Hopp nt I'aris. -..ml "I've been is "unusual." aildum hi-ott ice 'Ihe deadline tm Mm-.: Ihe h:is\ kiiockim: on do«u s ' has a 05 percent compliance campaign cotiti lhuti. m lepoi; Hopp said she has leceived rate was 1 j ulav s.aut .!■•!;!; linn about -> |,s mm m v auipuiuu i on Fuller said s|u-has ivcciv ed quisi. directot at lamp.mm Inbution- about >2o.uon m i amp.m;n con and 1 obbv Ki a , a ,! - 1 >i \ i- a n ■ *', ■v" candidate s , u e re,) m red trihutioiis.tiulhas spent ,:bo;i! thcScClct.u v ot sta'ciltlln ,u !'''A lo hav c t lied the I cpol ! Sis.(nil) on can; i ibai a n - i t cer> i ,1 ! i om All candidates also ale ie Hopp. Di'inoi i a!n i.iinli.la'e ll.e pinnatv through < let 21. quued to sul>mi! a repmi b\ for the l'l'th I U-: i :k • -tatcii-p Imuquisi -aid iha-c no; til Dec f> on cuiiliihiilinih ie ri'M'ii t .it i \ c seal ~aul shi- idl: on time are lined >10 lor cciv ed lollow nu: (K t 21. linn mailed the t'epoit iuesdav ev erv dav late he s.nd qillst said Tentative contract reached A marathon. 20 hour hai Paulina session en- "Ihe bur^ainuiL: committee thmiuhi it uas ded 'I'hlll'silav mm mm: m a tcillal r. civ amccd '-".id cllnue.ll Intake back In the union mem upon contract between the Ameiicui Fedeia hers." Draper said tion ot Slate. Count', ami Municipal Fmplov ee- 1 he contract vv dI be pi esented to tin- 1 i\.il - atul the Administration approximate .>.s(i members at a iihtIih.' Man In a session w Inch -;.,! ;ed a; >'a in Wcdncs dav inuht. Draper s.ml A member v ote mi the dav and ended 5 a in i h;u -J.,\ . the Al M'MI. contract will be 1 uesdav local 15ns Imi a'a iiiiim team and A dm un-Mat ion Draper s.nd "uist ev erv thine, look 2o Im;:: - tcntativelv agreed a three ve.u cmil ract. .Inn "' discussion Contract negotiations heu.u, Draper. AFsCMF local I5t,> haia.'aimiiL.' team -Sept 12 president, said Al St MF mem hi t s inchule ;ho-e w , a r u:.: ::; maintenance-, tnod hh ice and -1-illcd tiade- The contract whuh it will icplacc ended >killed trades inchule powiihoiise v.otkei- U'ednesdav . but is heimj extended until Imal carpenters, electricians and ma in: en.i :u e ratification ot the new contract. Diaper, mechanics. Draper said journevman laipcntcr tor the I'hvsual 1'lant Ihe contract will he i eti i >ai ;: v e to IM il said Drajiersaul Draper said he would not :v.\ e details o! thv I ei rv .stoner, ill ree tor ol I'er sound and Stall contract until tmal ratilicalmn Kelations. could not be reached lot comment Sign of the Times i M l»t vr... Mr..., While attending a Democratic rally by Park Library pond Wednesdav afternoon. Lynda Kapp, Detroit senior, enjoys a comment made by one of the featured speakers. Reagan to appear in Saginaw 1 'i csufcnt Kotialit Keauau : - ~v heduled to appear in s.uaii.n'. todav bi laiiil h'e iniblu an Hill v, hue" te w ho i s i uiiii '■ :i l: tor : he loth t on e t e s s i n n a 1 I I o II s i -eat. White llnuscotticials -aid Kcauan is sthi-duled to appear at 10 15 a m in D< iw Manual 11 v e at in I itics Ai: pai : White House ol 11 ci.iN -..mi Kcacaii is sclu- d tiled to be at the airpoi t I or 45 minutes Schuette. an a t to i ne v troin Stanford, is runnine au'ainst incumbent Demo crat Dun Albosta. a I.inner Irom St Charles Olticials trom Schuette s camp said about S.oou people are expected to attend the rally (Jatesat the railv open at S a.m. and entertainment In Brief Residence Hiill As.semblv i.s hosting the lf>th annual (Jreat l-iikes Affiliate of Colleges, and Uni\ersit\ Residence Halls conference for the first time Friday and Saturday. Approximately .?.} colleges and universities from Ohio. Illinois. Wisconsin and Michigan are expected to attend the conference. Inside Pedestrian safety devices will he installed in early 19S.S at some intersections of Mount Pleasant. pase3 'Ml students face possible withdrawal I rom the University pa^eS Sports CMU's volleyball team hosts Western Michigan and Northern Illinois in its biggest weekend of the year. page 14 will stai I al ''a in Kcai.-uil :• -<- hed-a!ed to I'e at the ia!b. : i > r Is :: i; ■: i • e ■ lu'lnM- li a" : la.' ! oi I Ie '. i land I he ri nci al ill i I ii n is 1uesdav Schuelte. >1 vvas the state political director Im thi' Keaean Hu-h campaimi in 1'ASO. Partly cloudy and cold today. Hi^hs uji- per M)s to mid 40s. Mostly clear and cold tonight. Lows mid to upper 20s. Partly cloudy and not so cold Saturday. Hi^hsSOs.
|Title||1984-11-02; Central Michigan Life|
|Publisher||Students of Central Michigan University|
|Description||Friday, November 2, 1984 issue of the student newspaper of Central Michigan University. Also known as CM-Life. Originally published biweekly. Later published three times a week during the academic year and once a week during the summer. Began publication in 1941. Previously known as Central State Life. Issues from 1999 to the present are available online at the CMLife website.|
|Subject/Keywords||Central Michigan University - Newspapers; Mount Pleasant (Mich.) - Newspapers; Isabella County (Mich.) - Newspapers; College student newspapers and periodicals;|
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