THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Sunday, February IS, T973
Page T~veJve THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sunday, February 18, 1973
Govt. student loan
cuts to hurt 'U'
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There will be a deluge of pap-
erwork, both for students and for
the University. Separate forms
have to be filled out for a guar-E
anteed bank loan, for BOG and
for the Office of Financial Aid.
"I'm concerned about a paper
barrier to higher education,"
And the Office of Financial Aid
is trembling at the prospect of
implementing an entirely new
program next fall while trying to
meet the needs of students sud-
denly deprived of NDSL and
"There just isn't enough time
to implement the BOG program,"
says Butts. He favors a gradual
phasing-out of the older programs.
The work-study program has not
been affected by the 1974 budget,
and will be funded next year at its
present level. But a new law has
reduced the University's share of
Michigan's work study funds. Last
year 23 proprietary schools, such
as beauty colleges, became eligible
to participate in work-study-re-
ducing the University's share.
The financial aid picture for the
University next fall looks grim but
"There will be guaranteed stu-
dent loans of some sort," says
Butts, "and there will be work-
study." And there is the possibili-
ty that Congress will raise Nixon's
recommendations for student loans.
More You See Them, More You Like Them
Exhibit and Sale
Clorful FZIk Art-Paintings and BATIKS
From India. $2.00 to $200.
ALSO AT WHOLESALE PRICE-$12.50 for each item
1 ) Hand embroidered, 100% woolen dresses from Kashmir.
2) Hand painted, 100% cotton tops and quilted jackets.
3) Delicate tie 'and dye, 100% cotton, lined long skirts.
4)' Printed silk chiffon, 100% nylon, lined long skirts.
On TUESDAY, FEB. 20, 1973
from I0 a.m. to 10 p.m.
at BELL TOWER HOTEL
OPPOSITE HILL AUD.
VIPEN GEM'S AND HANDICRAFTS
P.O.B. 540, Ann Arbor 48107
Use Daily Cicassifieds
Hsinhua Photo via AP
PRESIDENTIAL ENVOY Henry Kissinger, left, meets with Chairman Mao Tse-tung, right, yesterday
in Chungnanhai, China. According to Hsinhua, Kissinger and Mao had a "frank and wide-ranging con-
Kissinger and Chou
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recently on their television screens, from Peking's airport 22 mile
thus have some expectation of im- away indicates that Kissinger ha
pending concrete developments in been exchanging messages wit
Sino-American relations - a view Nixon via the communication
shared by diplomats. system on the Boeing 707 airline
Continuing his contacts with Chi- which brought him to China.
nese leaders yesterday, Kissinger The Chinese have, declined t
could not make good his expressed give any details of the talks an
intention to "see more of China" correspondents can only follow th
by accompanying members of his progress of Kissinger's visit b
staff on a tour of Peking's For- watching the movements of hi
bidden City. curtained limousine and piecin
Kissinger has so far had seven together fragments of informatior
and a half hours of talks with the Chinese police have kept report
Chinese leaders. Today will be the ers well away from the America
last full day of talks before he party, which was due to go to th
leaves for Tokyo. Great Hall of the People last nigh
The movement of fleets of green for a theatrical presentation.
Diplomats here believe the Ch
nese may have agreed to som
R epu lcans kind of American presence in Pe
king-though formal diplomatic tie
are thought to be a long way off
look to A pril In addition, they may have agree
P to the release of two Americas
pilots held in China, since the mic
(Continued from Page 1) sixties after they overflew Chines
territory while on missions ove
Although neither David Wiarda North Vietnam.
in the First Ward nor Clan Craw- -
ford in the Second- Ward faces op-
position in their primary races, U-M DANCERS IN
both will encounter nearly impos
sible odds in the April contest.DR
Wiarda, a lifetime city resident,
follows the Republican platform
with one major exception. He says
he favors rent control because
"landlord profits are way out of
line." Nonetheless, unseating
Democratic incumbent Norris
Thomas will prove a stiff challenge
for the other candidates.
Running in the HRP dominated
cond Ward, Crawford admits
"I've got no chance to win, but I
plan to make some noise.' Featuring works by: Dor
He claims there is a serioas Vera L. Embree, Elizabeth'
need for new apartment construe- Fri.-Feb. 23: 8 P.M./Sat.-
Feb. 25: 2:30 P.M. Evening
tion in his ward. To encoarage Children. Tickets on Sale at
more construction Crawford op- C sprn sobUMea
sponsored by U-M Depa
poses rent control. ___
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CONERT AT POWER
ris Humphrey, Lucas Hoving,
Weil Bergmann and students.
Feb. 24: 2:30 & 8 P.M./Sun.-
s: $3, Matinees: $2 Adults, $1
Stangers: 307 S. State Street.
rtment of Physical Education
SUNDAY and MONDAY
(regular store hours)
Tournament of Champions
Sponsored by ALP.A.-Michigan Pinball Assoc.
All Finalists will be eligible to play on
Tommy's exclusive MYSTERY MACHINE
Never before played in the state
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TOMM~lVY'S HOLIDAY CAMP
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flash and musical taste that will bowlyYouover.
The English press has again picked Sandy as one of the top female vocalists!
She's also performed on the latest Led Zeppelin album!
She sings the role of The Nurse on the new "Tommy" album!
Her new album "Sandy" features the single "Listen, Listen" on A&M Records.
Produced by Trevor Lucas _
Licensed by Island Records, Ltd.
Budgets, Imports, and Bangladesh excluded