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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, November 24, 197 1,

Page Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wednesday, November 24, 1971

Student position during
Phase 1 remains unclear

PRINT CO-OP:
Fleming to suggest morePSCfntse
SGC funds transfered
ann R nrrn c e nne

vU 1' N. U,. I..' .'LY Y qq E&.U £7s

(Continued from page 1) If the CLC had ruled out the (Continued from page 1)
The University as well, it ap- increases, the University staff bring up touchy issues which could
pears, has been little affected by would have had to wait until No- be misinterpreted by members of
the new economic plan. vember to receive the increases- the University community.
CLC has exempted the Univer- five months after the start of the "For instance, what if I asked a
sity from most of the freeze guide- current fiscal year, which started question at an open session like
lines. in July. The University would have 'Do you think the University can
The CLC rulings thus allowed saved around $500,000 a month, a save money by closing such and
the University to increase its tui- total saving of $2.5 million. such schools?'" asked R e g e n t
tion rates and its dormitory rates. The University also may have L a w r e n c e Lindemer (R-Stock-
The tuition for in-state students received some benefit from the bridge),
rose to $660 this year, forcing stu- noinv ,swim t,o afreP7P in, .ili- "I'd certainly be alarming mem-
polic~* 'w n t a frez ' in't s Autl*

dents to pay an additional $100.
The out-of-state tuition rate rose
from $1,800 to $2,100 this year. To
have lost the increase adminis-
tration, sources claim would have
placed a financially trouble Uni-
versity in an unmanageable posi-

Jlly b lg L CC11 1-
ties rates. According to Feldkamp,
"We had planned and budgeted
for an -increase so we may have
saved some money in that area."
"The effect of the freeze on the
University w a s overshadowed,
however, by budget restraints im-

bers of the University community,"
Lindemer says. "I guess I just have
mixed feelings on the question,
I'm a little bit equivocal."
Contacted last night on the
question, Secretary of the Univer-
sity Richard Kennedy said, "I'
think the Regents have shown in-
creasing willingness to deal with'
more issues in public. Surely open-
ing up some of these meetings
would be a great idea."
of the Japanese currency and the
surcharge than by the freeze, how-
ever.
"Our volume is down a little be-
cause the price of our cars is
going up while the domestic car:
prices are going down," Dunning'
says.
The annual Galens Society drive
to collct m np fn thi Pa

(C
obtained
in Chica
The n
chased,l
was not
gave SG(
fore her
Uncert
check w
Friday f
No ac
time, SG
assuranc
matter v
that the
turned a
Saturd
Pue sai(
granted
W^BEDI
aA4 was
Believi
for its
money, 1
and th
whih it

The city had no contracts due
for renewal nor any major pur-
chases planned during the freeze
period. City raises went into effect
last July 1 and thus were not af-
fected by the freeze.
"We did avoid price increases
on heavy equipment and automo-.
biles," Sheehan says. "but that
was nothing major."
The proposed refuse charge, a

tion. posed by Lansing," says Chandler
The CLC also ruled that the Uni- Matthews. University controller.
versity could keep in effect a dorm "We were already pulled in tight
rate increase which totaled close financially. You might say we were
to $1 million. already in our own Phase 1."

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continued from page 1)
on printing machinery
ago.
machinery was not pur-
however, and the money
returned until Goldman
C a check from ARM be-
resignation last week.
tainty surfaced when the
as returned to SGC last
0or insufficient funds.
tion was taken at that
rC sources say, because of
es from ARM that the
was a "technicality" and
e money would be re-
s cash by yesterday.
Jay night, however, De-
d the money had been
by the student co-op to
I - WRO's county co-op
not ARM's responsibility.
ing ARM was responsible
inability to retrieve the
however. SGC sued ARM
he other organizations
claims are ARM "fronts"
" a return of the funds.
decision to drop further
and the end of the freeze
accounts has cleared CSJ
pending cases by SGC
ARM.
court involvement with
however, may not as yet
Speaking for ARM yes-
fternoon De Pue threat-
tion before CSJ against
d The Daily for alleged
done to his organization.
pears," he said" that Mike
nd company imagine that
drop charges of criminal
efore CSJ after gaining
ary injunctions and dam-
ess accounts in The Daily

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against these student organiza-
tions. ARM, for one, will do every-
thing in its power, including
counter-charges before CSJ, to
prevent such opportunistic manip-
ulations of student judiciary
power."
Davis responded that such a
move could trigger f u r t h e r
changes by SGC against ARM.
"He's lucky with what he's got,
and if he's smart he won"t sue,"
Davis said

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Fried Chicken
Lunch 990
3035 Y~ta~tt,ar.a%,,ws ur ifi u as..vm.jobile

According to John Feldkamp, di-I
rector of University housing, there
are 9,019 students living in Uni-
versity residence halls. The aver-
age increase of $101 per resident
means $910,919 for the University.
Because the freeze did not in-
clud' farm-grown foodstuff the
University did not realize as much
savings as hoped by the housing,
office.
The University faculty, as well,
was exempted from the general
freeze.
CLC ruled that the University be
allowed to give its staff an average
6.5 per cent in salary and fringe
benefit increase.

flat rate per month per household u "c t'ne orI I1u I
While the University was not h was planned to alleviate the Day Children's Fund" will take to "force
greatly affected by the freeze, Bill rwhichngsfinann d eviategar- place on Dec. 3 and 4. The d
Winters, president of the United growing financial burden of gar- chrgs
uto Woresd Loal 3, syitbage collection, was impossible to Now in its 44th year, the "Tag charges,
Auto Workers Local 38, says it implement because of the freeze. Days" are a traditional pre- on ARM
hit the working man hard. Most report that their sales Christmas event in the Ann Ar- a af al
"There was no freeze on prof- volume is around the same as last bor community. All the money col- SGC's
its," Winters says, "that can hard- year at this time and their profits lected during the street drive is De Pu,
ly be called fair." have stayed level. channeled directly back to the be over.
"Many prices went up before the Earl Huffstuller, sales manager young children who will be need- terday a
freeze because of anticipated pay of College Dodge on Washtenaw ing medical attention over the: d
raises which in the end were Ave.. reports that the amount of coming year at C.S. Mott Chil- eed ac
frozen," Winters adds. "This really sales has increased a little but dren's Hospital and St. Joseph's
Wkinrsa."T"hisnyrgrea'MercyHospital.:'Idamages
hurt the working man." "not to any great extent;" MecyHopial api

Charles McCracken. president of
the American Federation of State,
County and Municipal Employes

(AFSCME), reports that workers
tIT"isifi6.M1 ":".::}.:":is.1.'M .M in his union were by and large un-
DAILY OFFICIAL affected by the freeze.{
'Phn ef 1 hnln d the e nmmr I

"It is hard to say if this relates
directly to the freeze," Huffstuller
says.
Only those businesses dealing
with imports have been hurt by
the President's new economic pro-
gram. Al Dunning, owner of Toyo-
ta Ann Arbor Inc., feels he was
more affected by the re-evaluation

The Galens Society, founded inj
1914, is an honorary service or-
ganization of selected junior and
senior medical students at the
medical school.

Davis an
they can
fraud b
preliminE
aging pr

BULLETIN'

asea eipe e con e
when prices were frozen but it
doesn't help the consumer when
you freeze his wages," McCracken
says.

: .'::

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 24 It appears that the new eco-
ED sAY BE 4 nomic program has affected the
Day Calendar city's budget very little except for
preventing a planned refuse col-
Computing Ctr. W. Tobler, "Parallel lection service charge.
Computers and Geography," 130 Phv-
sics-Astronomy, Noon. A survey of businesses around
Prog. for Comparative Studies in His- Ann Arbor indicates that they also
tory: C. Schmitt, "Ancient Skepticism were largely unaffected by the im-
In the Renaissance: Italy and the North
Compared," W. Conf. Rm., Rackham, 4 position of the freeze.

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