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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday,.September 13, 1973

Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, September 13, 1 9B

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Residency rules called vague
(Continued from Page 1) - quired a six-month period of resi- June because they denied the en-
Zimmerman said he could not dency while not enrolled as a stu- rolled student a chance to achieve
estimate the number of applica- dent, "was the essence of objec- residency. Daane and other Uni-
tions that have already been re- tivity. It was a lot easier for every- versity officials say that they had
viewed, nor the number of those body to know where he stood," he to devise a more subjective for-
that have been approved, although says.
he said that 20 out of 60 applica- The old residency rules were in- mula in order to comply with the
tions for in-state residency sum- validated by the Supreme Court in court decision.
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IAT THE SAME time, Chard
estimates that 50-100 students have
visited the legal aid office since
the new rules were established,
and more are coming in each day.
Many students have come in and
said that the rules appear so
-& Ivague that they are unsure of what
the University really wants, Chard
reports.
The rules include a list of facts'
and circumstances that can be
used to prove intent to make Mich-
igan one's permanent home. They
include continuous presence in the
state while not enrolled as a stu-
dent, reliance on in-state sources
< ; for financial support, ownership of
AP Photo a home in the state, having one's1
parent's home in the state, com-
mitments to further education in
in-garbed the state, and acceptance of a job
th a long offer for permanent emuployment{
in the state.

New coalition govt.
,formed by, Laotians

TWO NEW COURSES

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(Continued from Page 1)
mier, Prince Souvanna Phouma.
SOUVANNA, 72, is to head the
new coalition government as pre-
mier.
He threatened to quit several
times during, the negotiations if
right-wingers on his side did not
fall into line. An exiled right-wing
general attempted a coup in August
but failed and was killed.
The national administration is to
be split equally, but the Pathet
Lao retains control of 80 per cent
of the country's 9,100 square miles
and one-third of its three million
nene

cording to diplomatic sources, the
Pathet Lao agreed that the coali-
tion cabinet-five ministers from
each side and two nonaligned ex-
perts - would decide who should
take over for Souvanna in the
event of his absence or indisposi-
tion.
The Pathet Lao also reportedly
dropped demands to share control
of -key installations like the air-
port in Vientiane and for immedi-
ate withdrawal of all government
troops and police beyond the 1,500
permitted each side in the capital.
They agreed instead to a with-
drawal "as soon as possible,'!

Two worlds meet
Four visitors bearing the tradition of another era, pla
Amish people from Indiana, exchange curious greetings wi
haired surfer on a cloudy day at the southern Californiac

shore.

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G-350, Section 001, 3 credit. hours
Wonen's Potential and Higher Education
Women will examine their potential within the context of the. University. Topics covered will
include: why you came here, how you want to use your education, and what you can do
now, within the University, to evolve your potential. For many women, self-fulfillment may
be in conflict with the feminine role. Consequently, this course will try to put the two to-
gether, giving University women and necessary skills for self-understanding, creative auton-
omy, and leadership. The end goal is a more independent, open, assertive, original woman
and student.t
Instructor: Peg Talburtt. Time: Wednesday evening 7-9 p.m. 2340 SEB
G-350, Section 002, 3 credit hours
The Black College
Questions concerning the survival and the future role of the Black college have been widely
debated. This course will explore the uniqueness of the Black college and its contribution to
American higher education. It will also attempt to review the literature about the past
accomplishments and the future of Black colleges.
Instructor: Velma G. Clarke. Time: Tuesday evening 7-9 p.m. 2211 SEB
These courses are open to undergraduate students

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HOWEVER, THE rules stress sources said.
that none of these circumstances THE SOURCES said the lengthy ALL FOREIGN forces are re-
or any combination necessarily agreement was initialed Wednes- ALL F owhrawNfosarese
proves intent. day morning but the signing cere- quired to withdraw from Laos
"Intent is a very difficult thing mony was put off until tomorrow within 60 days from the signing.
prove and is essentially a very to avoid the inauspicious 13th of That would include nearly 200
subjective thing," Daane admits, the month. American military experts and ad-
The old rule, which simply re- In a last-minute concession, ac- visers, plus a force of U.S. paid
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The Housing Office feels that all students should be free to concentratec
academic (and other) pursuits without added worry of dietary requiremen
Therefore, University Residence Halls offer "Optional Me a I Contracts" f
any University student.
" available at all halls
" select one convenient location

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* initiate

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your

request

. select

lunch, or dinner, or both

* reasonable prices (lunch and dinner meal contract for a year would cost
s$3.19 a day). Re-serves on nearly all foods. Salad bars, soft drinks, and
soft serve ice cream available for both meals.
CATCH 22-not really, but we should mention that there are
specified dining hours at each residence

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