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Page 6-Friday, February 16, 1979-The Michigan Daily
REGENTAL RESOLUTION BLASTED:

Geriatric patients.

(Continued from Page 1)
proved List of Common Stocks. Accor-
ding to Smith, the list is used by
University and National Bank of
Detroit (NBD) consultants as a
reference to stock in which investment
may be desirable. The University is in
no way tied to every company on the
list.
Prior to the discussion of the stock
purchase, Washtenaw County Coalition
Against Apartheid (WCCAA) member
Kate Rubin circulated a group
statement urging the Regents not to in-
vest in Dresser Industries. According to
the statement Dresser has not respon-

ded to either of "th
conducted to date on ti
of the U.S. corporatio
of South Africa."
After the Regents
the three companies
List of Common Stocl
the move.
"THE ACTION take
serious doubt to th
commitment to thei
last March (vowing n
porations adhering
Principles)," Rubin s
The board also agre
need to review Sout
ments next month.
passed their resolutio
said they would rei
within a year and
assumed such a r
studied> at next mont
cording to the bo
however. a six-montl

defend program
e major surveys the board last October fulfills the
he labor practices r
ns in the Republic reFollowing the meeting, however,
Smith defended the move, saying the
approved putting board would not vote to buy any stock
on the Approved
ks, Rubin blasted prior to investigating its adherence to
the, guidelines designed to hinder
discriminations
n today... casts The board also reviewed a report
ie Regents' own submitted by Vice-President for
r own resolution Academic Affairs Harold Shapiro con-
ot to invest in cor-
to the Sullivan cerning the recruitment, enrollment,
aid. and retention of minority students at
aid. . the University.
aed that there is no THE . REPORT quoted black
h African invest- enrollment on the Ann Arbor campus as
When the group 6.3 per cent for this year and total
n last March, they minority enrollment as 9.3 per cent on
view the policies all three campuses combined.
most observers The study also states that
Aeview would be disenrollment ratios are 42.7 per cent
h's meetings. A- for blacks, 46.3 for Hispanics, and 68
a, report issued to per cent for Native Americans.

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A sharp and amusing entertainment, with a tear or two luking
just beyond the laughs." -Charles Champlin, L.A. Times.
"'Same Time Next Year' belongs to the Neil Simon school of play
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'U'raises
dorm fees
6.9% fo
next year
(Continued from Page 1)
average of eight per cent, while Flet-
cher Hall rooms will rise 5.1 per cnt
and Baits apartments will increase an
average of 9.5 per cent. A
THE INCREASED rates reflct
rising costs for the University in such
areas as utilities, food, maintenance,
and building improvement, according
to the Housing Division.
In addition, Resident Advisors (RAs)
will not be required to pay any room or
board charges next year. This year,
RAs are required to pay $141.75 in ad-
dition to their staff work for a dor-
mitory single.
According to Housing Office officials,
the requested increases fall within
President Carter's voluntary inflation
guidelines.
HOUSING DIRECTOR Robert
Hughes also said University housing
rates have consistently increased at a
rate below the inflation rate. Over the
years, however, some service reduc-
tions have been instituted, helping keep
the cost increases down.
Meanwhile, the Housing Office is
preparing for dormitory ,tteriesIto
determine which students have priority
in the reapplication process. Officils
stress that every resident who has
followed through with the lottery
procedure in the past -has received
some sort of University housing. q
The initial dormitory drawings are
scheduled for Feb. 21. Lotteries have
been necessary for the past several
years in order to fairly accommodte
returning students to the dormitories,
most of which are filled beyoid
capacity.
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