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Thursday, October 7, 1971

THE MICHIGAN GAILY

Page Seven

Thursday, October 7,1971 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Poge Seven

Robert Williams files
conspiracy complaint

$4 MILLION INVOLVED

House to debate education bill

Robert Williams, a former con-
sultant in the University's Centeri
for, Chinese Studies, has filed a!
complaint with the Justice De-
partment charging that the gov-
ernors of Michigan and North
Carolina entered into a conspir-i
acy to deprive him of his civilI
rights.
Williams lost an appeal before
the State Supreme Court Tuesday.
to block an extradition order to
North Carolina to face a 1961 kid-
napping charge there.
Gov. William Milliken signed
the extradition order in Nov. 1969
after Williams returned to the

Williams is charged with kid-
napping a couple during a race
riot in Monroe, N.C. in 1961. He
says that the c h a r g e s were
"trumped up," as he claims he
actually prevented them from be-
ing hurt by taking them to his:
house.

Continued from Page 1) a problem of picking up funding given to Michigan residents with
The other one-third of a school's for these programs from other re- no state funds being used for en-
grant would be distributed on the sources." tering freshman who are not state
basis of the volume of federal stu- A third potential area for in- residents;
dent aid each college is receiving creased funding is in the field of --Additional gift aid to lower the
for its needy students. research. amount of debt incurred by a stu-
Colleges would get a percentage Lastly, student aid would be con- dent during his course of studies'
of the total amount of such fed- sidered. "We have to put some here. Butts would also like to re-j
eral student aid, with smaller col- pretty large new dollars into the spond to students who were not
leges getting a larger per cent. student financial aid program," able to save as much money as
According to the committee says Smith. I expected this past summer because
spokesman, smaller schools are re- At the University, around 4,000 of the tight employment situation;
ceiving higher priority because of students receive federal aid of -Increased aid for students en-
"a concern in Congress that small, some type. The three major fed- rolled in the spring-summer terms.
private schools are most in need eral aid programs here are Na- "Our resources are pretty limited
of assistance-and we want to pre- tional Defense loans, work-study in that area," Butts says; and
serve diversity in education." stipends and Equal Opportunity -Loans and grants to students

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United States alter spending eight
yearuinu ua and hina. gt Although Smith expressed skep-
years in Cuba and China. .ticism about the likelihood of the
Williams said he was filing the ^ University receiving direct federal:
no basis in law.' It is merely a t. aid this year, h ulndfu
suit because his extradition "has ai.hsyahe.tie or
racial ase." n .Ilmrygeneral areas where the money-
He added that his attorneys if attained-might go.
were iddedtatghshrteOne possible area could be frE
were investigating whether the non-recurring needs such as new
case could be appealed further Robert Williams equipment and building rehabilita-
through the federal courts. tion. The advantage of putting
money in non-recurring ,reeds, says1
EENEmeEE#N###Wiagit~mtsimi M~is~st!Esi~ss2%%sss5is#2Smith, is that ''We would not get
into a bind if the funding ceased
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN Ah area would besiect
.a...................................................recurring needs. Personnel and
mmmm mmm mm2% WENM~aW~emm~emissmamgamacademic programs would fall un-
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 7 Internat'l Night: Italian Food, Mich. der this category. However, recur-
League Cafeteria, 5-7:15 pm. ring needs have a drawback, says'
Day Calendar GrassHarp"paPowerctr., ; 8 "he Smith. "If a source fails we have
Residential College: Films on Project
Program in Comparative Lit. & Ctr. Gemini, Apollos 4 and 7, and the au-
for Coordination of Ancient and Mod- rora, East Quad. Aud., 9 pm. 1 n A VC

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ern Studies: Mary Lefkowitz, Wellesley
Coll., "Classical Mythology and the
Role of Women in Modern Literature,"
Aud. B, Angell Hall, 4 pm.
Museum; of Art: Wolfgang Stechow,
Oberlin Coll., "Alberti Dureri Praecep-
ta," Aud. A, Angell Hall, 4 pm.
Nuclear Colloquium: K.T. Hecht,
"The Transition from Independent
Particle to Collective Behavior: A Sim-
ple Shell Model Study," P&A Colloq.
Rmi. 4 pm.
Physics Seminar: C. Kikuchi, "Radia-
tion Damage by Thermoneutrons in
Cadmium Compounds," P h y s i c s
Lounge, Randall Lab, 4 pm.'
English Dept. Lecture: Angus Wilson,
"Charles Dickens," Nat. Sci. Aud., 4:10
pm.
Phi Beta Kappa: Allen S. Whiting,
"The Path to Peking," UGLI Multi-
purpose Rm, 4:10 pm.
CREST Club: Guy Palazzola, "Paint-
ing with Palazzola," Mich. Rm, Mich.
League, 8 pm.
Speech Dept. Performance "Mother-
love," and "The Man in the Bowler
Hat," Arena Theatre, Frieze Bldg., 4:10
pm.

Organization Notices
Gay Liberation open meeting Oct. 8,
8:30 PM, Canterbury (above Marks, Wil-
liams St.)
Bach Club Meeting, Oct. 7, 8:00 PM,
South Quad West Lounge. Program:
Steven Carlson (trumpet) performing
works of Bach, Hayden, Francesosheni.
India Students Association, Oct. 7,
12-1:00 PM Diag, Rally on problem of
Refugees and The Bangala Desh (East
Pakistan); Speakers: Muzamel Hug and
Henry Heitowit. A Workshop follows
in the evening, 8:30 PM, Rive Gauch,
1024 Hill.

L LJ1T.3
B.B. KING
HOWLI N WOLF
FRI.-HILL AUD.-9 P.M.
$2.50--$3.50-$4.50
Tickets: Mich. Union
Salvation Records
330 Maynard, 1103 S. Univ.

Grants. whose fellowships or research'
Director of Financial Aid Thomas grants were unexpectedly cut off.-
Butts says that though the Uni- At this time, government offi-
versity currently is highly com- cials are unable to project how
mitted to student aid, "As needs much the total bill would cost or
expand, we'll need outside relief how much any single school would
to help meet our commitment in receive. Until Congress decides
this area." how much to appropriate for the
Butts says his office could use programs, they say, such calcu-
the additional federal funding in lations are meaningless.
the following areas: The Senate approved a similar
-Increased aid to out-of-state higher education bill last month.
students. Currently, priority is However, the Senate bill keyed its
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formula for allocating aid to in-;
stitutions to the number of stu-
dents who receive direct loans and
scholarships.
At that time, President Robben
Fleming sent a letter to the chair-
man of the Senate subcommittee
which was formulating the meas-
ure expressing his "personal ap-
preciation, and that of my institu-
tion, for the devoted considerationj
which you have given to the prob-
lems of higher education."
The sex discrimination clause in
the House's bill was weaker than
that supported by many woman's
rights groups.
However, schools that are now
coeducational cannot consider an
applicant's sex as a factor in ad-
missions to the school.
2 DAYS
B.B. KING
HOWLI N WOLF
FRI.-H ILL AUD.-9 P.M.
$2.50-$3 .50-$4.50
Tickets: Mich. Union
Salvation Records
330 Maynard, 1)103 S. Univ.

"The Bahai Faith and the
Release of Human Potential"
Rees ua Speaker-DR. DAN JORDAN
U. of Mass.
Aud. B-Angell Hall
Fri., October 8-8 P.M.
SidShrycockGoestoAfricaGoestoChicago
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for the Chicago premier of
SI D SHRYCOCK GOES TO AFRICA
MALE DANCERS
For Further 7-10 p.m., Thurs., Oct. 7
info, call: Hobby Shop,
769-031 2 basement of Union

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Daystar

presents
As Great a Blues Show as There Could Be

REPRESENTATIVES FROM
Wayne State Law School
will be on campus at the Student Activities Building
Monday, Oct. 11 to interview students, interested in
the study of law. Minority students and women are
urged to sign up. A woman's recruiter will be present
to answer specific questions concerning opportuni-
ties within the law. Contact the Career Placement
Office for further information.

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FRIDAY, OCT. 8
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9 P.M.
$2.50, $3.50, $4.50

For the student body:
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DAILY 7 AM.-9 P.M,

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THURSDAY and FRIDAY
A DOUBLE FEATURE
The Cabinet
of Dr. Caligari
AND
The Golem
THE CABINET OF DR. CALl-
GARI, DIR. ROBERT WIENE,
1919, is the exemplary state-
ment of German expressionism.
A SOMNABULIST N I G H T-
M A R E refracted through the
mirrors of the mental fantasy
of a madman.
THE GOLEM, DIR. PAUL WEG-
ENER, 1920. A mecieval legend
of a creature which comes to
the aid of perse.cuted Jews.
NOTICE: THESE TWO SILENT
FILMS WILL BE ACCOMPA-
NIMIr Y DV AN /DOI;kINAI

Attention ALL GIRLS, Frosh.-Sr.
TRYOUTS FOR MICHIGAN'S
BASKETBALL CHEERLEADERS
will begin Monday, Oct. 11
7:00 p.m. at Crisler Arena
Come dressed to cheer, and help lead
the 1971-72 basketball team to a great season.
GO BLUE!

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UNTIL 9:00 P.M. SATURDAY
9:30 A.M. UNTIL 5:30 P.M.
1930's nostalgia,
the bold U-neck
sleeveless sweaters
with bright block or
circle splashes of color.
Soft, washable, shape
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