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Tuesday, September 12,1972

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Three

TuesaySeptmbe 12 197 TH MICIGA DALY Pge hre

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delays tuiion payments
By The Associated Press ground rules for those loans and outstanding at the end of
A foul-up in the federal guar- led to what one college financial 1971.
antee loan program has left thou- aid officer called "the infamous "Frankly, we came to a
sands of college students return- interlude." stop in processing loans,"
ing to campuses across the coun- Tuition loans were previously Carol Wennerdahl, director' o
try this month without money to
pay tuition.t tgranted to any student whose ad- student loan program in Ill
Some students may be turned justed family income was less "The number of loans we
away, others will have to come up than $15,000. The new law re- through was pathetically low+
with the money from other sourc- quired schools to confirm the pared to previous years.
es, but most schools have hastily "demonstrated financial need" of The Office of Education
arranged deferred payment plans all students seeking the low-cost sponded with a proposal tha
for students whose loans have loans, new rules be dropped until M
been delayed. Regulations implementing the 1 of next year and the old
The Office of Education of the new law were not published by the reinstated. A joint resolution
Department of Health, Education Office of Education until July 18, passed by Congress in three
and Welfare for five years has and immediately created confu- and signed by the Presiden
operated a program under which sion for students, schools and lend- Aug. 19.
it insured tuition loans from banks ing institutions. At the end of Though colleges and
to individual students. The Edu- July, the number of loans granted could now scrap the compli
cation Act Amendment that be- under the new regulations was "actual need" requirement
came law June 21 changed the less than 10 per cent the number delay created a tremendous1

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U.S. veto halts UN
censure of Israel

From Wire Service Reports I
The United States vetoed Sun-
day a call on Israel to stop re-
prisal raids in the Middle East.
The vote was the second U. S.
veto in Security Council history.
Ambassador George Bush said
he vetoed the move because it did
not carry a simultaneous UN con-
demnation of terrorism such as,
the Arab massacre of Israeli ath-
letes.
s

The fighters patrolled the sky for
two hours but found nothing, and
the final ceremonies of the tragedy-
marred Olympics came off without
interruption.
Intensified security was put into
effect at West German airports
over the weekend as Olympic
guests by the thousands were
streaming out of the country at
the windup of the games.
Sixty Arabs who tried to leave
Munich Sunday were detained ov-
ernight for further security checks
and another 57 Arab passengers
who tried to land at Munich were
refused entry.
'IMore than 500 departing Arab

log of loan applications. At the
end of August, 25,700 loans to-
taling $28.5 million had been ap-
proved. At the end of August last
year, more than 99,000 loans
amounting to $113 million had been
granted.
"T h e emergency legislation
;eased the crunch considerably, but
there are widespread delays in
getting applications processed,"
said Dick Tombaugh, executive di-
rector of the National Association
of Student Financial Aid Adminis-
trators. "The slowdown is fan-
tastic. It will be October or No-
vember before a lot of students
get their money."
Most colleges and universities
have responded by allowing stu-
dents to register and take courses
without paying tuition until their
loans come through. This will cost
the schools money - the interest
they would have received by col-
lecting the tuition money and
banking it.

AP Photo
$$$0 for McGovern
Eleanor McGovern accepts a donation from Marion Kernan, right, in Washington yesterday. Kernan
said her son, Lt. Joseph Kernan, a prisoner of war in North Vietnam, wrote asking her to contribute
to McGovern's campaign fund.
3 PER CENT MARGIN:
Survey shows Griffin, Kelley
runnin close i Senate race

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ous checkso Sunday and yesterday. ale t l simply won't be
Control measures also were in
force at other West German Air- payment, said William Simmons
ports, including Frankfurt, the Jr., director of the division of in-
.largest in central Europe. sured loans in the Office of Edu-
::.. cation.
A47ya-l Arab was teor
arily held because his name was In some cases, he reported, stu-
said to be the same as one ap- dents are being asked to sign
. pearing on a piece of paper found short-term promisory notes or their
in the pocket of one of five dead parents requested to take out regu-
terrorists. They were killed last lar bank loans.
Tuesday in a shootout following
the attack on the Olympic Village. p
The death toll included 11 Israelis H ouse un t C
and a Munich policeman.
The suspect was released after!
police said they determined he DOD budoet
was not linked to the terrorists.
West German and Belgian po-
lice were believed in contact about WASHINGTON RP) - Rejecting
the shooting Sunday of an Israeli a four-month money cutoff dead-
mbsBush diplomat in Brussels in an effort line to Indochina war operations,
to determine whether it was re- I the House Appropriations Com-
As he cast his vote Bush said lated to last Tuesday's Arab ter- mittee approved a $74.6-billion de-
"We seek for a world where ath- rorist attack on the Israeli Olym- fense bill yesterday, the biggest
pic team..- defense bill since World War II.

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In a copyrighted story the News
said that its first poll of the 1972
Michigon U.S. Senate campaign in-
dicated only a three per cent

From Wire Service Reports
Republican Sen. Robert Griffin
and his Democratic challenger
Michigan Atty. Gen. Frank Kelley
are neck and neck in their cam-
paign for the November election,
according to a Detroit News poll
published yesterday.

okays largest
since WW II
bbo said. But he made no pre-
dicition of victory.
His amendment, identical to the
one being pressed by Sen. Ed-
ward Brooke (R-Mass.), would
cut off all money for the Indo-
hiharnfnt fr w ithd raw-

margin between Griffin and Kel- would break the tie in my favor,"
ley. Kelley added.
According to the News, the pollI The poll, conducted between
showed a 42 per cent of a sam- Aug. 28 and Sept. 1 by Market
pling of 800 voters surveyed favor- Opinion Research, asked the ques-
ed Griffin while 39 per cent pre- tion: "If you had to decide today,
ferred Kelley. how would you vote .. . ,
However, an expected samplingC
ly mean that either candidate's cording to the News, showed that
standing in the poll could be that Nixon "shows a gain in Michigan
many points higher - or lower -. from a (news) poll of one year
than the voters' responses, the ago."
News said. This claim was disputed by
Griffin issued a statement from Michigan McGovern-Shriver Cam-
his Washington office responding paign Chairman Carl Wagner,
to the poll in which he said, I'm who said Sunday, "Sen. McGovern
encouraged - the movement is in has cut' President Nixon's lead in
the right direction - but I'm also half in the last three weeks."
realistic. We won't be satisfied Wagner cited the resuls of a
until we can win the poll that real- W.Y. ied-te results o
ly conts n No. 7.N.Y. Times-Time Magazine poll
"In this campaign the real issue done by Daniel Yankelovich, Inc.,
'is h cabetterpand threa f- between July 24 and Aug 11 in
is who can better and more effec- several states which showed Nixon
tively serve Michigan during the getting 57 per cent of the Mich-
second four years of the, Nixon ignvtopre oM~vr'
administration. igan vote compared to McGovern's
adm~straion.25 per cent.
"With experience, seniority and 25 pe cent.
Senate leadership working for In the more recent News poll,
them now, I'm confident the peo- Nixon received 54 per cent and
ple will not want to start all over McGovern was picked by 38 per
with a rookie," the statement cent of the sample.
read
tread."t"Nixon lost ground rather than
Kelley; contacted yesterday at ie"sadWgr.Nxo'
his Lansing office, reacted enthu- gained," said Wagner. "Nixon's
siastically: decline is especially significant,
"I'm delighted. Any time an in- since it comes during the time he
cumbent U.S. Senator is being might have been expected to gain
challenged head-to-head at this popularity because of the Repub-
stage of the game, it means his lican National Convention occur-
challenger is doing very well in-
deed. ring at the start of his campaign."
It's clear this is one of the rea-
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letes need not fear assassins and
passengers on planes need not fear
hijackings."
Olympic officials reported a
hoaxer threatened to bomb closing
ceremonies of the Olympic Games
last night and two fighter planes
streaked aloft after an off-course
airliner appeared on radar screens
to be headed in the direction of
the stadium.

The Israeli diplomat was iden-
tified as Zadok Ophir, 42. He was
seriously wounded by a man be-
lieved to be an Arab. The gunman
had lured him to a cafe with the
promise of disclosing information
on a planned attack against the
embassy.
Jerusalem officials said the
Brussels attack indicated Pales-
tinian commandos had decided
"on a wave of terror" against Is-
raelis in Europe.

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It includes 1.8 billion extra for aninfor monts irurn fo
intensified war operations and al, in four months in return for
is $1.8 billion larger than t h e release of American prisoners.
funding for the last fiscal year The committee rejected a 11
fundifoteasinsca4.3lle. $297 million for a Saftguard anti-
The bl rcontains$4. ire on missile site to proatect Washing-
lessNixo n including a $450-million ton, D.C. It scrubbed military
cut of his request for extra war plans to relieve GIs of KP duty,
cute. hcalling such chores wholesome
money. and character building."
The bill is scheduled for House
action Thursday, and Rep. Jos- It also cut back Air Force
eph Addabbo (D.-N.Y.), whose programs for the swing-wing F 5
antiwar amendment was reject- Jetfighter and for the t h r e e
ed by the committee, said he will Boeing 747 command posts from
take the fight to the House floor, which the President would oper-
"We never give up hope," Adda- ate in a nuclear crisis.

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Give The
Bear a break
You're the only one who can.
Because all Smokey can do is ask you to help prevent forest fires.
He can't break your matches. Or douse your campfires. Or snuff out
your cigarets.
Only you can.
So, please, lend Smokey a hand.
And maybe while you're at it, lend him your voice too: tell people to
give the bear a break.
He deserves it.
So does America.4

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