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THE MICHIGAN DAILYM 'N VUAr.uIt ZZ. 1967

PAGE" TEN

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AT MSU:
Trustees Approve
Changes in Tuition

March Sets ORGANIZATION

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NOTICES

By MIKE THORYN
The Michigan State University
Trustees have answered their
critics by approving modifications
in its controversial "ability to pay"
tuition plan. '
They also asked the Legislature
to appropriate nearly $55 million
for general operation during the
next fiscal year.
The Board of Trustees adopted
a policy stating that "when there
are two or more children from
the same family enrolled at MSU
or Oakland University, an affil-
iate, all after the first shall auto-
matically qualify for the minumim
fee."
Graduate students who are resi-
dents of Michigan were put on
the graduate tuition scale rather
than a flat rate fee.
Sliding Scale Plan
The sliding scale tuition plan,
approved in July and applied to
Michigan residents in the fall
term, called for students from
families with incomes of $11,800
a year .or less to pay the fee of
$118 a term or $354 for the
three-term year.
. Those from families with in-
comes above $11,800 were assessed
three per cent of the family in-
come as tuition fee.
Tuition was not to exceed 167
a term or $501 a year, even for
students from families with in-
comes higher than $16,666.
Democratic trustee Dan Stevens
of Okenes, who proposed the orig-
inal plan, suggested the changes.
They' were partly a result of the
criticism," he said. According to
Stevens the new provisions are not
retroactive.
Opposition
Representative William P. Hamp-
ton (R-Oakland) says that the
trustee action doesn't change his
opposition:~ "It is still a.. gradu-
ated scale even if the parent has
more than bne student at MSU."
"University boards are auto-
nomous. Parents who are expected
to pay more in tuition already pay
more in taxes," he said.
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AossUE OF THIS COLUMN FOR AN-
NONEET is available to officially
By The Associated Press recognized and registered student orga-
nizations only. Forms are available in
Demonstrations against the Rm. l0ll SAB,
war and police erupted across the
U.S. yesterday in conjunction with
protests in Washington and Sigma Theta Tau, first meeting of
abroadyear: Business meeting and program,
bro Oct. 24, 7:00 p.m., school of Nursing
Brooklyn College, scene of a; Building.

bloody clash between police and'
students Thursday, was virtually
shut ' down in some departments
as students called a strike Friday.
But faculty and students rep-
resentatives later reached accord
which administration spokesmen
predicted would end the walkout
tomorrow.
Demonstrations in support of
the Brooklyn students were also
held on the campuses of Colum-
bia University, Queens College and'
Hunter College in New York City.

Bach Club, meeting; talk by Dr. David
Crawford on "Bach's Cantata no. 140,
a Union of theSacred and the Secular,"
Thursday, Oct. 26, 8:00 p.m., Guild
House, 802 Monroe.
* * *
Unitarian Universalist Student Relig-
ious Liberals: Joint discussion with I
Newman Club on "Problems of Doc-
trine and Ecumenism," 7:00 p.m., Oct.
22, First Unitarian Church, 1917 Wash-
tenaw. Supper at 6:00. Members of
all denominations welcome.
* * *

Students, picketing in front of!University Lutheran Chapel, 1511
the Northhampton, Mass., City Washtenaw, Oct. 22; 9:45 & 11:15 a.m.,
Hall to demand the resignation of Worship service with aPstor Scheips
the draft board chairman. were speaking on "Grace Alone", 11:15 a.m.,
tet da b0cordhairmnrers KBible Class discussion will continue on
met by 60 counterdemonstrators. Key Doctrines of the Reformation,
They clashed but police prevented "washing of Regeneration," 6:00 p.m.,
Gamma Delta Supper, 7:00 p.m., Pres.-
ani all-out brawl.I Elect Fleming will speak at Rackham.

MSU Pres. John Hannah
Stevens questioned the partici-
pation of banks in a student loan
program carried out through the
Michigan Higher Education As-
sistance Authority.
"We ought to take a good long
look at the banks where we have
our money," Stevens said. "We
shouldn't have one red cent of
our money in the banks thatdon't
cooperate."
Refuse Participation
Stevens explained that some
banks refuse to participate in the
program because of the low in-
terest rate.
The loan program, authorized by
the Federal Higher Education As-
sistance Act, calls for partici-
pating banks to make loans to
qualified students whose income
is less than a specified amount.

In Lowell, Mass., about 300 stu-,
dents from Lowell State College
and Lowell Technological Institutee
demonstrated for peace outside
the college administration build-c
ing. Fifteen other youths jeered
but there were no incidents.
More than 3,000 anti-war pick-c
ets in Oakland, Calif. continued
a virtual seige of the local draft
induction center. They hurled
stinkbombs, firecrackers, park
benches and garbage cans, blocked
intersections, deflated., tires and,
ripped ignition wires from cars.
Several hundred policemen fi-
nally turned back the screaming
crowd. More than 20 persons were
arrested. At least 250 had been
arrested earlier in the week.

* . *

Lutheran Student Chapel - Hill St.
at Forest Ave., speaker Dr. Robben
Flemming "The Church and The
Campus," Oct. 22, 7:00 p.m.
La Sociedad Hispamica, vna reunion,
Oct. 23, 3-5 p.m., 3050 Friezbe.

Sophomore John Gabler (18) leaps high in the air to gather in a pass, as Hoosier defensive back Nate Cunningham (22) and another
unidentified Indiana man look on ,helplessly. Gabler caught a total o f 10 passes for 101 yards. In his only carry from scrimmage, Gaer
picked up four yards.

STU DENT
BLOOD DRIVE
Oct. 24-25
3rd floor
MICHIGAN UNION

BLUE SCORES THRICE:

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Defensive tackle Dick Williamson charges In-
diana quarterback Harry Gonso with "hands
up." Gonso managed to throw this pass over
Williamson's outstretched arms, but. could only Hoosier quarterback Harry Gonso rolls to his left with Michigan's Dave Porter
complete five out of eleven passes for the day, in hot pursuit. Hard-hitting play by the Blue defensive line was one of the
although he did toss one touchdown pass. highlights of yesterday's loss to Indiana.

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