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Ads favor fast funding solution
liy HARRY GLENN
Daily Collegian Staff Writer
:In their, continuing effort to gain
'support for the state appropriation to
fiand non-preferred institutions, the
Pennsylvania Association of Colleges
gnd Universities (PACU) has taken out
31 full-page ads in newspapers across
i The ads are a "Declaration of Com-
Mon Concern" signed by 200 prominent
skate citizens, urging the state
ltgislature to come to a prompt, non
partisan solution to the funding
In part, the ad reads, "We, the un
dersigned, representing all walks of life
throughout this commonwealth, declare
dur common concern for the crisis which
conftonts our colleges and universities.
We urge this be resolved without further
delay. Pennsylvania's universities and
deserve full public support.
"Without passage and funding of the
needed appropriation acts, the future of
higher education in Pennsylvania is in
jeopardy. We call upon members of the
General Assembly to act promptly in a
statesman-like, non-partisan fashion to
resolve this crisis."
Among those who signed the dec
laration are former governors John S.
Fine and Raymond P. Shafer, sports
personalities Arnold Palmer and Art
Rooney, Pittsburgh Symphony conduct
or Andre Previn and John Cardinal Krol
Various business leaders from the
state also signed the declaraion.
Members from Rockwell International
corp., Aliminum Company of America,
-Westinghouse Electric Crop., Penn
sylvania AFL-CIO, United Steelworkers
of America, Pennsylvania Bar
Association, Gulf Oil Corp. and United
States Steel Crop. have signed the ad.
William K. Ulerich, University Board
of Trustees president, appeared on the
list of signees. Three other trustees,
Edward R. Book, Harry Boyer and
Quentin E. Wood, also signed the
Jim Ream, executive director of the
PACU, said the organization helpd get
the signatures for the ad. But le said
Jim M. Shea, Temple vice president for
government relations, organized the
Shea said the project was a
cooperative effort of Penn State, Pitt,
Temple and Penn.
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"Each school took the responsibility,
for getting a collection of prestigious
people from the state to sign," Shea said.
"The schools started with trustees and
people close to the university, then
expanded to people influential in the life
of the Commonwealth. • -
"It is a very impressive list of names.
Some are more involved in the cause
Shea said the ad was paid for from
gifts to the universities.
"We went out of our way so that no
tuition money and state appropriations
were used," Shea said. "The four
schools are paying for it out of alumni
funds and other private means."
"It has been a very successful cam
paign,". Shea said. "A lot of people have
been impressed." .
Due to a source error, it was in
correctly reported in Monday's Daily
Collegian that Pollock Library would
remain open from 7 p.m. to midnight
during finals period. The library's hours
are 9 a.m. to midnight Monday through
Friday and 1 p.m. to midnight Saturday
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2 voters must disclose choice
LANSING, Mich. (UPI) The
Michigan Court of Appeals ruled
yesterday that two Ann Arbor, Mich.,
women must disclose who they voted
for when they inadvertently cast
illegal ballots in a mayoral election.
The ruling could send the two
women to jail.
The appeals court held that the
sanctity of the secret ballot does not
protect voters who cast illegal
Funds allocated for medical program
By JON SARACENO
Daily Collegian Staff Writer
The Association of Residence Hall
Students last night appropriated $4OO to
the EMT-RHaider (Emergency , Medical
Technician) program designed to handle
emergency situations in the dorm areas.
Two representatives from the
Ritenour Student Advisory Board told
the association that approximately 20
EMT-RHaiders will be involved in the
initial program to begin Winter Term.
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It upheld the decision of an acting
Washtenaw County circuit judge who
ordered one of the young women
handcuffed and temporarily detained
when she refused to divulge how she
How ,the two women and 18 other
allegedly unqualified voters cast
their ballots is a critical question in a
court suit filed by Republican Louis
Belcher, who lost a one vote decision
They will be located in Pollock and South
At least one ,EMT-RHaider will be
available in each of the above areas to
answer any questions about health
center policy procedures and to handle
emergency calls. The RHaider on call
will be provided with a pager so he can
be reached anywhere in the dorm area.
The board of the program will be
composed of an officer of the Student
Advisory Board, a member of the
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last April to incumbent Democrat
University of Michigan coed Susan
Van Hattum and Diane Lazinsky, a
university employee, live just outside
the Ann Arbor city limits. They said
they were unaware until recently that
they were not legal residents of the
community. City election officials
also had believed the women lived in
University Ambulance Service and a
representative of the EMT-RHaider
The board also must submit an
itemized report to ARHS at the end of the
term to account for the money spent in
Bob Costagliola, Residence Hall
Advisory Board chairman, reported to
the association the women now residing
in temporary housing will ba moved into
permanent rooms for Winter Term.
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