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Tuesday, May 27, 1969

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Pacea Five

Tuition hike probable Mayor

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if U budget stands
(Continued from Page 1 on .a 65-hour classroom week,"
said. "The state has not kept he said.
pace." Most of the state's colleges now
In a prepared statement re- base their requests on 35 weekly
leased' yesterdav the University hours of classroom use.

administration said the $2.1 mil-
lion increase over last year's ap-
propriation falls $5.2 million short
of needs recognized by Gov. Milli-
ken in his January budget mes-
sage to the Legislature. These
needs were:

-A 6.9 per cent salary
wage .'increase for faculty
staff costing $5.4 million;

and
and

"We're not shutting any of 'em
down," Zollar added. "The way
they're overbuilt, we don't have to
worry."
Smith contends that the com-
mittee bill, among other things,
eliminates support for 100 Uni-
versity faculty positions.
"Realistically," he said, "leg-
islative action, taken this late in
the year, cannot change the stu-
dent-staff .ratio for fiscal 1969-
70."
Smith said at this point the
reduction simply leaves the Uni-
versity with the problem of "pay-
ing salaries without legislative
funds."
"This kind of financial malnu-

to create
polce unit
(Continued from Page 1)
in the fifth floor conference room
of City Hall to discuss the recom-
mendations, which include the
following demands:
-Establishment of a board of
inquiry consisting of the police
chief, the City Administrator, and
the HRC Director, with the re-
sponsibility of investigating all
complaints brought by citizens
against police officers. The board's
recommendations of disciplinary
action against the polic'e officer
would be binding.
HRC hiring of attorneys to be
present at police headquarters to
protect the civil rights of those
citizens arrested or detained by
Ann Arbor police.

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-$800,000 to continue develop-
nent of the dental school;
-Approximately $400,000 to in-
crease the n mber of students
in the medical school and improve
salaries of University Hospital
residents and interns;
-$350,000 for increased enroll-
ament at Flint College;
-$328,000 for utilities and
maintenance of new buildings be-
ing opened;
-Extra dollars for other pro-
grams, services, and u r g e n t
changes.
These needs add up to about
$7.3 million. The difference of
$5.2 million can be partially met,
according to University officials,
by destroying the University's
working capital and consuming it
in support of one year's oper-
ations (about $1.8 million), and
by an anticipated increase in tui-
tion income and other ievenues,
totaling $1 million. This still
leaves $2.4 million. '
The total recommendation for
the states higher education insti-
tutions of $249.1 million is $5.1
million below the governor's rec-
ommendation, and $22.5 million
. more than allocated for the cur-
rent year.
"We're not picking on any one
school" Sen. Charles Zollar (R-
Benton Harbor), appropriations
committee chairman said. "It's a
matter of making the budget shoe,
fit, and it looks like it will be nec-
cessary to trim everybody pro-
portionately..
Of the 11 state institutions,
however, the University is the
hardest hit.
M i c h i g a n State University
would receive $54 million under
the bill--a $5.1 million increase
over the current year. Other funds
would be paid to MSU for admin-
istration of Oakland University at
Rochester and various agriculture
extension services.
Wayne State University stands
to receive $41.6 million-$3.5 mil-
lion more than the current year
A but $700,000 below Milliken's rec-
ommendation.
The proposed reductions, Zol-
lar said, anticipate few new con-
struction projects, added staff, or
salary increases.
"We think they ought to figure

trition is guaranteed to drive tne -Granting to the HRC review
University down the road toward and veto power over all promotions
mediocrity," he added... within the police department
Tniversity officials expressed iabove the rank of patrolman.
bewilderment at the lack of fman- -Investigation by the mayor
cial support for the University pro- and city attorney of the possibility
posed by the committee. of excluding the city of Ann Arbor
"Of the total reported increase from the jurisdiction of the Coun-
for higher education of $22. mil- ty Sheriff's Department, except
lion," said President Robben Fle- When aid from the sheriff is re-
ming, "the University would only headfomhesrifs -
ming, p e .Ithe ersityd o y quested in specific cases by a city
get 10 per cent. In the past theofficial.
University has been receiving 28 The group also invited Harris,
per cent of the state general fund Police Chief Walter Krasny, HRC
appropriations for higher educa- Director David Cowley, and City
tis sAdministrator GUy Larcom to an
"Thisisthe University which open community forum to discuss
grants more degrees than any their suggtstions. The group plans
otherhG university in the country, to hold the forum sometime be-
and which Gov. Milliken has com- fore June 11 at the Ann Arbor'
mented for its rational approach Community Center.
and relative calm," he added. "We A request by Harris to meet
frankly cannot 'understand this with the five Ann. Arbor members
treatment which seems to fall far of the County Board of Super-
short of equal sport. able to visors over the hiring of Wagner
"We have never been hytheoar by Harvey was denied yesterday by
get a statement on why they are Board Chairman Bent F. Nielsen
Zollar has said th raid. on the grounds that state statutes
olar has n id t proposed cut explicitly reserve sole authority
for the University is, based on the over hlirings in the sheriff's de-
fact that the University over-pro- pae n t e county sheiff.
jected its student-teacher ratio for
the coming year and had done so
last year as well. " "
Smith said, however, that Zol- j
lar's statement is "not correct."
"At no time has the Legislature
or governor's office proposed or set
a student-teacher ratio," he ex- . er study
plained.,
"We are planning on the same (Continued from Page 1)
teacher-student ratio at last year, analysis of food services at the
plus an increase in the School of University.
Dentistry and Flint college facili- By the middle of June the com-
ties," he added. mittee will begin to compile the
Senate Majority Leader Emil space needs of student organiza-
Lockwood (R-Lansing) yesterday tions, faculty offices and clubs.
said "the Senate will pass the ap- July 1 has been set as the date for
propriations bill in basically the deciding on immediate ways to
same form as it was reported out meet next year's space needs.
of committee." * The eight-member committeeto
The bill would then go to * the study the report's recommenda-
House which has, hinrecent years, tions includes three students, two
approved greater funds for higher faculty members and three ad-
education, and specifically for the ministrators, all appointed by
University. President Robben Fleming.

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