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Friday, January 10, 1969

THE MICHIGAN DAILY- Pace Seven

Friday, January 1Q, 1969 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Police arrest 293 students Funding for 'U' researchers

at San Fernando,

Valley

increased by science foundation

COME TO
StudentBook Service
and visit
AIMEE SU
McLAREN
NANCY GELL

COME TO
Student Book Service
and visit
LIZ HAHN
CLIFF
CAROL LOFTUS

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By MICHAEL THORYN 1 duction of expenditures of at least1
There is "light at the end of the 25 per cent.

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(Continued from Pa-e 1) ing action on demands ror changes Negro student Gemands. tunnel"
forts, told The Daily last night in administration, staff and cnr- At Brandeis students, who claim has rece
that the picket lines marched to- riculum. Twenty-eight were in- the 2600-student university (about $5.5 mil
gether. dicted by the county grand jury. 12 miles west of Boston) is racist, signedl
The teachers, in receiving sane- Wednesday's arrests came after took over the switchboard Wed- Founda
tion for their strike from higher students tried to force their way nesday and showed no signs of Preside
union leadership, were forced to into the administration building I moving, despite Morris B. Abram's frey No
drop from their list of demands following a rally re-emphasizing offer of amnesty. In a
a statement voicing support of the - ---- --rectors,
student movement, Fried said. *as project
"We can't support the students 11i ke O NSF gr
publicly," said Fried. "but if you I i [ ii pIG vrall:
overall
took a poll out there, at least 350 ,Founda
of the 436 teachers striking would for 1 1 proceed
support the demands of the tu o b alanced state rra''get that or.;
dents." "We
Student demands include the (Continued from Page 1) chain of poverty, ignorance and through
establishment of a black-studies for optional tax avenues for school despair is in the immediate, clear year en
course, unlimited admission of districts through which "they can and direct interest of all." Norman
black students, and the reinstate- pursue individual standards of ex- Specific proposals to meet urban istrative
ment of a black instructor who cellence." needs will be submitted to the le- be relax
was fired after telling students to In his plea for "fiscal integrity," gislature shortly, he promised. will stil
arm themselves while on campus. Milliken's remarks closely paralled Continually referring to his Other
Police arrested 293 students earlier statements by Gov. Rom- theme of the quality of life in the Un
yray n a secondrday f con- ney which said the Legislature Michigan, Milliken said "law and $62 milil
frontation at San Fernando Val- "should decide where the addi- respect for law are the crucial ing fisc
The arrests cae after m tional money is coming from b foundation of any society rooted affecte
Th arrestns eafteremore fore it approves more." u in ordered liberty." backs u
than 1000 students gathered in Milliken said the executive Tepeetlw novn attributf
defiance of a state of emergency budget he will be sending to the ' he present laws volving eral sc
delared early yesterday banng Legislature is a balanced budget asicphum nits,.particu cost of
gatherings and permitting only h il"suprtaddeed in job opportunities and housing
faculty, students and staff mem- Howevr, h hinted th budge will be strenuously implemented h
bers on campus. recommend a higher levelof and enfored, he promised s million
The arrests were accomplished spending than in the past several Organized crime, with its in- funds or
virtually without violence, in years fected and corroding fingers," can- negotia
marked contrast to Wednesday's "We face a hard reality. If you not be ignored, he added. ject dir
action in which six persons were should decide to increase state Referring to the problems he, NSF
injured when about 1000 demon- spending beyond the recommend- a Republican governor, may face ceiling
strators clashed with club-swinm- ed budget, you must provide the with a Democratic House, Mil- million
ing police, who made 14 arrests. additional revenue," he said. liken said that "through healthy $7 mill:
The campus has had sporadic The former Traverse City rep-, competition, politics plays an im- been au
student demonstrations since Nov. resentative pledged he "will con- portant role in defining issues." In S
4, when a group led by members centrate a major portion of my At a luncheon later in the day, he NSF gra
of the Black Student Union seized efforts as Governor on the prob- expressed the hope that legislators revisedl
two buildings and held a number lems of urban Michigan." j will "seek honorable compromise." year al
of per'sons at knife-point, demand-
To support any attack on "total
urban problems," he recommended
1an i ncrease in social services, in
H arassm ent manpower training, vocational
education and housing.
dInathis administration," he
said, "there will be an increased
reliance on the energy and initia-
" a tive of voluntary efforts to meet
S incident this end, he said the statewill
encourage the involvement of
ghetto residents in business and
(Continued from Page 1) industry.
a new policy, since I had been The problems of the city, he A A
eating in the snack bar for over a noted are concerns of all the cit-
year and had ,just been there the izens of the state. "Breaking the
_vtioi- t hnfnr+ Teacaulid n n

now that the University 1 Late in December, Norman
eived an adjustment in the learned that his request for an
lion expenditure ceiling as- : upward modification of the ceil-
by the National Science j ing had been granted.
tion, according to Vicej' Martin Tobin of the Office of
nt for Research A. Geof- Research Administration s a i d,
orman. "There have been no problems
letter sent to 'Deans, di- since the modification. Things are
department chairmen, and in good order."
directors of the 250-300. However, Tobin admitted that
ants, Norman wrote, "The a ceiling below the level of au-
activities suported by the, thorized grants is likely in the
tion on this campus will I next fiscal year.
though at a rate less than
.iginally planned.
now have a flight plan
h June 30, when the fiscal
ds," the vice-president said. THEALTI
n said some of the admin-
e controls on projects will let a hundred flowers
ted though monthly outgo schools of through~
t be watched closely. STU DENT CO-O
r agencies which supplied
iversity with part of the and COFF
lion in research funds dur-
al 1968 have not yet been
d by federal research cut- M

Right now, Norman said, h i s
primary objective is to protect
existing personnel commitments.
In order to check the flow of
funds, project directors were noti-
fied that:
-Requisitions for equipment
items or services up to $250 will
be processed by campus stores
or the Purchasing Department.
--New salaried personnel ap-
pointments will not be made,
either on existing grants or -new
awards, unless specifically author-
ized.

TEXTBOOKS
UP TO 'A OFF
UL BHI C IUS
ANN ARBOR'S FRIENDLY BOOKSTORE

URNATIVE
blossom, let a hundred
ht contend .. .''M.
P RESTAURANT
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ike MNSF. The cutbacks are
ted to a decrease in Fed-
ience support due to the
the Vietnam War.
National Institute of Health
gave' the University $ 1 2
in fiscal 1968 distributes
n a year-to-year basis and
tes individually with pro-
rectors.
set an overall expenditure
for the University at $5.54
In August though about
ion worth of projects had
uthorized,
eptember, researchers with
ants were asked to prepare
budgets for the 1969 fiscal.
lowing for an overall re-

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Monday, January 13-7:30 P.M.
UGLI Multipurpose Room
Shares on Sale in Fishbowl Now

Tis ULRICH'SAnnArbor's busiest bookstore?
"THERE must be a GOOD Reson-

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mmRADICAL CAUCUS
Meeting for all those interested in speak-
ing in the dorms. Discussion of Radical
Caucus'positions.
- THIS AFTERNOON-
Friday, 4:00, 3532 SAB

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UP TO A OFF

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night /before. Hie Saa no you
haven't' and threatened to call
the' police again."
Although the students said Col-
lins did serve them later reluc-
tantly, he did call housing de-
tective Hlrarold Swoverland. Swo-
verland said the girls were "not
cooperative" when he asked for
their identification, but that he
left because he realized they were
too old to be part of the suspect
group.
At the meeting yesterday at-
tended by Feldkamp, William L.
Cash, coordinator of human rela-
tions, and Will Smith, assistant
director of student organizations,
Ron Thompson, a student spokes-
man for the women, said he was
not sure they would accept an
apology which Collins offered.
But Feldkamp postponed final
resolution, saying only that Lind-
quist would be contacted before
any check was made if any suspect
customers entered the snack bar.
Student Book Service
COME TO
and visit
LINDA BALAS

JIM WE SKIN'
at
TO NIT E
and oodies on the OH
SAT. & SUN. 80ont house
Admission: $2.00 at the door ($1.75 after 2nd set) . .

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is ULRICH'S Ann Arbor's busiest bookstore?
THERE must be a GOOD Reason-

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The. Fun Place To Go!"
Dancing Thursday,
Friday, and Saturday
D1k a.h Yi
215 S. ASHLEY

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Raincoats andTopcoatsm Price
these are only two of many items in

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NANCY L.

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The most complete
supply of
NEW and USED TEXTS
and PAPERBACKS
is at the
Student Book Service

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twice yearly sale.

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300 S. State
ANN ARBOR'S
LARGEST
SELECTION OF
OLDIE 45's_

*iscount records,In
ANN ARBOR'S MOST COMPLETE
RECORD SHOPS

1235 S University
COMPLETE STOCK OF
8 TRACK STEREO
TAPE CARTRIDGES
AND CASSETTES

The most complete
supply of
NEW and USED TEXTS
and PAPERBACKS
is at the
Student Book Service
MARCH ON
WASHINGTON
Jan. 18, 19, 20

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Among other items included at 20% to 50% reductions are:
-Suits
-Sportscoats and trousers (including patterns)
-Reversible topcoats
-Many shirts
-Neckwear
-Sweaters-including DRUMOHR
SHETLANDS in plain knit and cables

(DURING THE EXAM-CHRISTMAS RUSH)
SPIRIT-The Famly That Plays Together;
ELECTRIC FLAG-Second Album

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SWITCH ED-ON
BACH
(would you believe
Bach being played
by a machine?)
Was $5.79
NOW 499

NEW RELEASES YOU MAYHA SED

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Goes
CANNED HEAT-Livng the Blues
(2 discs)

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NOW ONLY
32
per disc;

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RICHIE HAVENS-1983

(2 discs)

ASSOCIATION-Greatest Hits
FLEETWOOD MAC-English Rose
GORDON LIGHTFOOT-Back Home on
Earth

ZORBA
(original
Broadway cast)
Was $6.79
ONLY

In addition, most of our ladies inventory is reduced 25% to
50% including blouses, skirts, shoes, purses, and DRUMOHR
SHETLAND crewnecks among other sweaters.

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