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Wednesday, October 16, 1974

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Wednesday, October 16,-1974 THE M:CHIGAN DAILY Page Seven

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Bookstore
gets fees
(Continued from Page 1)
that the current system is not
designed with student conven-
ience in mind. He says the
administration prefers not to,
handle the refunds directly for
several reasons:
O Although t h e University
could directly credit the refund
money to students through its
accounts system, by doing so
it would be forced to depend on
the Cellar to reimburse the Uni-
versity for all money credited
The administration is unwilling
to rely on the autonomous Cel-
lar budget policy and thus risk
tying up University funds in-
definitely.
i Crediting student accounts
for thecCellarsrefund could in
some cases (such as students
on full scholarship) result in
the Accounts O f f i c e owing
money to students-a situation
which would not sit well with
the University's auditors.
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No place like home
Secrertary of State Henry Kissinger smiles yesterday as he
steps from his plane at Andrews Air Force Base in Mary-
land amidst a steady, drizzling rain. Returning from his
week-long visit to the Middle East, Kissinger said "we found
a general receptivity to a step-by-step approach" to nego-
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Fleming to visit China

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tion leaders about "their uni-
versities, and about their
thoughts on the possibilities for
exchange of students and fac-
ulty."
The president said he has lit-
tle hope of hearing the Ohio
State game results until several:
days after the contest. "It's not
a major priority for them to
stop all travel and find a way
for us to hear the game," Flem-
ing said.
"I hate to miss what looks
like a real showdown," he add-
ed.
Among those traveling with
Fleming to China are Nathan
Pusey, former president of Har-

vard, William Bowen, president
of Princeton, and Martha Pet-
erson, who heads Barnard Col-
lege.
The delegation will be led by
Roger Heyns, president of the
American Council on Educa-
tion and formerly vice presi-
dent for academic affairs at
the University.
Before the China visit, Flem-
ing is scheduled to meet in To-
kyo with Japanese business
leaders and University alumni.
During Fleming's absence,
Vice President for Academic Af-
fairs Frank Rhodes is expected
to become acting head of the
University.

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