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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, November 19,

1968

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By BARBARA WEISS
A law recently passed by the
S t a t eaLegislature is expected to
add additional monies to tle cof-
fers of t h e University's general
fund.
Public Act 315, which became
effective last week, provides state
income tax credit for both indi-
viduals and corporations who con-
tributed to the general fund of
any state junior college, college or
university,
"This law provides an oppor-
tunity for University alumni as
we 11 as corporations to support
higher education and get a sub-
stantial tax credit against t h e
Michigan state income tax," said
Wendell Lyons, of the University's
Development Council.
Lyons noted that the tax bene-
fit, coupled with already existing

federal income tax deductions for
contributions to higher education,
could result in significant savings
for the contributor.
For individuals, the a c t pro-
vides for a tax credit of one-half
of their contribution, 20 per cent
of their state tax liability,'or $100,
whichever is less. Corporations can
claim one-half of their contribu-
tion, 10 per cent of their state tax
liability, or $5,000.
Letters explaining the n e w
law will be sent to the 65,000,
alumni who have not as yet con-
tributed to the University this
year.
The University's general fund
pays for teaching, administration
and the basic operation of the
University plant. Some of the
funds are also earmarked for
scholarships.

Sponsored by
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN GRADUATE ASSEMBLY

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assembly had not considered each slate selected by Daily senior edi
provision of the report separately tors.
and should not convey such an - Publication of a regular in
impression to the Regents. sert to The Daily which woul
The remainder of the report in- present the views of the facult
cludes provisions recommending: and administrators.
- A restructured Board f o r - University-paid home sub
Publications consisting of three scriptions for all members of t
student members elected by the scuptyonsfollambero
student body, three faculty mem- facupossibly leadrsadminiostrato
bers chosen by the Senate As- andtossaizadernso om t
sembly and three professionaldetognzins
journalists appointed by the Pres- A resolution introduced by Pro
recommending the deletion of this Albert Conard of the Law Scho
S. Coud resident
ST. CLOUD, M i n n. ( IP) - A Acourses in black history and elim
group of about 15 black students ination of "racist" textbooks.
entered the office of the president Monday the black student
of St. Cloud State College here headay haes adox
yesterday afternoon and refused Minneapolis, hela late-mornir
to let anyone enter or leave. : onered a te-mool
There are only 24 blacks among press conference at the school
the approximately 9000 students
on the campus. Then some members of tt
T h e blacks were . reportedly group picketed a school admini
pressing several demands on pres- tration building and about 3 p.n
ident Robert Wick and a spokes- they went 'to Whitney Hous
man for the group said they would which holds the president's offic
hold him in his office until he_-- -
agrees to the demands.
But Beth Rochford of the col-
lege's news information service e 1 n
said Wick had indicated he did
ing peacefully with about 10 of the
group in his office. There were no ra
reports of violence.
The other students aref in the
hallway outside the office or at Ann Arbor detectives have di
the entrance to the building to covered "definite evidence" poin
prevent persons from entering or ing to several suspects in the
leaving, search for the assailant of grad
Friday members of the group ate student Joel Cordish.
had passed out leaflets presenting Cordish was shot on the Diag
their demands. , 4 a.m. Oct. 5. A small caliber bu
These include a cultural center let penetrated his back and bor
for black students, m o r e black its way to a final lodging pla
students and faculty members, near his face.

a proposal.was defeated by the As-
i- sembly yesterday.
In other action the assmbly
- tabled the recommendations f the
d report of the assembly's Commit-
ty tee on Student Evaluation of
Courses.
b- The committee's report which
e was released yesterday recoin-
mends that:
- The faculty give twenty min-
-utes of class time to the student
(course evaluation) committee'for
of. collection of evaluation data this
ol term.
The faculty appoint a com-
mittee to maintain liason with the
student committee and provide
technical consultation to them.
- The material be made direct-
ly available to the faculty mem-
ber for his use and by mutual
agreement of the faculty member
and his (department) chairman
- and/or his departmental commit-
tee to his college executive com-
mittee
ts, The student course evaluation
of committee plans to prepare an
ng evaluation of more than 570 Oee-
to tions of literary college courses
this fall. The data will be gather-
he ed between Nov. 25 and Dec. 5
s- and will be made available to stu-
n. dents in time for the pre-regis-
e, tration period during the winter
ce. 'term.
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Cordish, who still remains in
University Hospital, in what a
spokesman termed 1 a s t night
"good" condition, was in critical
condition immediately after the
shooting. Doctors had feared he
would be paralyzed as a result of
the shooting.
County Prosecuting Attorney
William Delhey and Ann Arbor
Chief of Police W a 1 t e r Krasny
said yesterday morning the Inves-
tigation of the shooting is not yet
complete, and pointed out that a
{lot of"groundwork" remains to be
done before any apprehensions.
are made.
However, arrests could come
within a week, they said.
T h e Regents have authorized
the offering of a reward of $5,000
to be paid to the person or persons
furnishing to police evidence lead-
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the person who wounded Cordish..
The reward will be paid from
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a bit about the profession, and why
it offers a rosy future for a college
man, offered to send interested
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