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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, September 27,

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The University of Michigan
Professional Theatre Program
announces
3 Distinguished Repertory Companies

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Tuition hike rationale unclear

Misconl

duct charges
2 ex-POWs

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mum circumstances, the record:
fee hike might produce as much as
$2.4 million more than is needed to
meet the year's budget.
SMITH HAD earlier denied that
the fee hike could produce extra
revenue, commenting, "If there's
any extra money in there, I'd sure
like to see it."
The report of Smith's new "best
case";estimate produced specula-
tion that University officials may
have attempted to base the budget
on fee hikes that would produce a
degree of excess cash rather than
risk the possibility of a loss.
Pierpont maintained Tuesday
that no intentional effort had been
made to produce added income, but

added, "I always said we might
have overestimated."
SECRETARY of the University
Richard Kennedy indicated yester-
day that Smith and other officials
"probably shot a little high just to
be on the safe side" when comput-
ing the need fora tuition increase.
In addition, several administra-
tion sources indicated yesterday
that early feedback is showing un-
expectedly high enrollment coupled
with a low percentage of qualifiers
for in-state tuition under the new
residency rules. If these trends
continue, the sources said, extra
fee income could result.
While not releasing precise sta-
tistics, Pierpont offered the fol-
lowing explanation of the tuition

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revenue budget: "
LAST YEAR'S BUDGET was set a inst
at $39.6 million, and suffered a g
deficit of approximately $800,00Q,
leaving fee income at approximate-
ly 538.8 million. From this figure,
Pierpont said, was subtracted $3- drppeo
out-of-state studentsqualifying for
lower in-state fees pursuant to the WASHINGTON (P -
Supreme Court decision. retary John Warner h
H e later revisedtthat figure to misconduct c h a r g e
$3.1 million, maintaining that the against two former pri
difference between this and the war by Navy Adm. Ja
publicized $2.5 million loss esti- dale, a qualified Penta
mate resulted from inclusion of said last night.
$600,000 to cover one-year subsidies The charges had be
for teaching fellows who have lost against Marine Lt. C
their in-state tuition status. Wainwright Miller of Tu
The $3.1 million loss estimate, he and Navy Capt. Walter
said, brought the budget's base fig- Columbia Crossroads, F
ure down to approximately $35.5 tivities during their yea
million. From there, the tuition in- Vietnamese prison cam
crease would move revenue to
about $42.1 million, THEY ARE the only
HOWEVER ERPONT appear- ficers to have faced
ed to contradict himself on several charges. At least eight e
occasions. as he interchanged the were similarly charged
$2.5 million and $3-4 million loss
estimates during his explanation. No. charges are no
He also insisted that the fee hike's against any of the 56
Iweighted average came to 20 per prisoners of wvar.

presenting Ieydeau's "wonderfully funny farce"
EK~iII DEV~
directed by Stephen Porter
October 25-27
and Durrenmatt's "Wry comedy"
dircc ted by Harold Prince

d1 by Pentagon

October27- 28

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the premiere engagement of
SHEAFESTIVAL

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in G. B. Shaw's "warm and witty"

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TONIGHT
Direct from Three Memorable Performances at the
ANN ARBOR BLUES & JAZZ FESTIVAL
the
BROOKLYN
BLUES
BUSTERS
THURS., SEPT. 27th
AND EVERY THURS. THIS FALL
FLICK'S BAR
114 W. WASHINGTON between Main & Ashley
Phone-665-6968 9:30 p.m.-1 :30 a.m.

-Navy Sec-
as dropped
s brought'
isoners of
times Stock-
agon source
en brought
ol. Edison
ustin, Calif.,
r Wilber of
Pa., for ac-
rs in North
ps.
ex-POW of-
misconduct
nlisted men
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aw pending
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who asked
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though Warner has decided against
summoning courts-martial for Mil-
ler and Wilber, the two men will
nonetheless receive some kind of
nonjudicial disciplinary action. The
source declined to be more specific.
STOCKDALE had accused Wilber
and - Miller of mutiny, aiding the
enemy, failure to obey an order
and allied charges such as at-
tempting to stir disloyalty among
prisoners.
Wilber, the executive officer of
a squadron of F4 Phantom. jets,
has acknoWledged making antiwar
statements at the request of the
North Vietnamese while he was
held prisoner.
WILBUR was shot down over
North Vietnam June 16, 1968.
Miller, 41, went down .over North
Vietnam Oct. 13, 1967, also while
piloting a phantom jet. Married
and the father of five sons, he has
been a Marine since 1949.

cent - the same figure refuted
yesterday by the Office of Finan-
cial Analysis.
If the 24 per cent average fig-
ure is used in Pierpont's budget de-
scription, the total revenue for
1973-74 would approach $44 million,
well over the budgeted figure of
$42.1 million.
Kennedy suggested yesterday
that the 24 per cent fee hike may
indeed produce some discrepancies
in the final budget, and emphasized
the 'administration's midsummer
fears of a serious revenue loss fol-
lowing the Supreme Court ruling.
"It may well be that we're going
to miss on those estimates," he
aid, "and that's when the real par-
j starts."

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
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Thursday, September 27
DAY CALENDAR
Computingf Ctr.: "Data Manipulation
& Program Control: 1," MLB Aud. 3, 4
pm.
Geology & Mineralogy: 0. Heim,
Chicago, "Engineering Geology," 2501
C. C. Little Bldg., 4 pm.
Medieval & Renaissance Coil.: Con-
cert of early music & reception, Main
Lounge Lawyers' Club, 4 pm.
Thomas Spencer Jerome Lectures: J.
de Romilly, College de France, "The
Ways to Power," Angell Hall, Aud. A,

4:10 pm.
Speech - Communication Dept.: H.
Martin, "Nonverbal Influences in Large
Groups: Some Basic Differences Be-
tween Large & Small Groups," W. Cont.
Rm., Rackham Bldg., 7 pm.
Computing Ctr.: "Data Manipulation
& Program. Control: 1,"' Angell Hall,
Aud. D, 7:30 pm.
Mus. of Anthropology, & Geology:
Ofer Bar-Yosef, S. Methodist Univ.,
"Ubeidiya-An Early Pleistocene Prehis-
toric Site in the Dead Sea Rift," 2501
C. C. Little Bldg., 8 pm.

The Pentagon source,
to remain unidentified

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