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I HE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Oriental status questioned

(Continued from Page 1) had been some "trouble in Rack- the Committee of Six to expedite
According to Dean Hay, the of- ham" from minority representa- Wong's scholarship but were told
fice basically grants scholarships tives on the Committee of Six who that "the controversy within the
to students who come under the opposed granting scholarships to committee about Orientals and an
"broad category" of disadvantag- Oriental-American students. inability to resolve the hung jury
ed minorities. He was promised, however, that status of the six members" was
the scholarship would be approv- holding up the decision.
IN SPECIAL CASES, the matter ed. However, a student close to the
may be taken up by a body Final approval of Wong's scholar- committee, who asked not to be
known as the Graduate School ship came through in September identified, says he and the com-
Committee of Six which includes of this year. There seemed, how- mittee's minority members did not
Hay, Durner, Rackham Associate ever, to be some doubt as to where feel that Oriental-Americans quali-
Dean Byron Groesbeck and three the money had come from and how fied as disadvantaged minorities
minority representatives. the grant had been arranged. eligible for Opportunity Award
One such "special case" was "When I asked if it was a mi- scholarships.
Ken Wong - a Ph.D candidate in nority Opportunity Award, Dean
history. Hay seemed to equivocate," Wong HE CITES a study by Patricia
Wong applied through Durner's says. "He seemed to suggest that Gross of the Center for the Study
office last February for renewal of I was an individual case." !of Higher Education in Berkeley,
his Opportunity Award scholar- which found that white males and
ship. SOURCES in the Center for Chi- Oriental-Americans are two groups
When he did not receive an of- nese Studies who had attempted to of people found most frequently in
ficial response in April he con- aid Wong confirmed the impres- American colleges and universities.
tacted Durner's office. sion was approved "almost un- "While I have no desire to ex-
der the table with Dean Hay act- clude Oriental - Americans f r o m
WONG SAYS he was told there ing unilaterally." higher education, I do think they

As a ratter of official policy,
however, the University does con-
sider Oriental - Americans to be
minority students.
DEAN HAY, while admitting the
Committee of Six had "run into
problems" over the Wong scholar-
ship, says he believes the problem
has now been resolved.
Hay says he expects it will now
"move effectively to get Orientals
routed through the minority of-
fice."
Sources in the Center for Chi-
nese Studies do not share this op-
timistic view, however.
THEY REPORT that as recently,
as this fall they were advised to
have Oriental s t u d e n t s apply
through Durner's office, by-passing
the minority affairs office and the
Committee of Six.
"The impression is that the
Minority Affairs Office might still
not be very cooperative or sym-

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