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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, February 5, 1976

Dorm rate hike

Hewlett
Packard
Demonstration
Seminar
Thursday
Feb. 5th.
1976
11AM to
4PM

approved by Board

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(Continued from Page 1)
as a double room in a tradi-
tional residence hall renting for
$900 in 1964-65 now rents for
$1400, a $500 increase," Feld-
kamp explained. "That's a 55.6
per cent increase in 11 years,
but the Consumer's Price Index
has increased by 75.6 per cent
in the same period."
DORM RATES weren't in-
creased last year, when the Re-
gents felt that they had not re-
ceived enough time to make a
deciison. Regent Thomas Roach
(D-Detrdit) a s k e d that the
Board take this into account
saying: "You can't look at this
year's 8.9 per cent increase as
a one-year increase. Considering
inflation and considering that
we didn't raise rates last year,
an 8.9 perscent increase over
two years is fair."
Fleming admitted that the
hike might discourage applica-
tions for admission next fall,
,,but he claimed colleges and
universities throughout the state
and country are raising rates
as well.
Out of all the state-funded col-

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RON STEVENSON, Factory Representative from Mew.
let-Packard, will be at Ulrichs Book Store. for a demon-
stration of their Scientific, Financial and Business.
calculators. He will also answer any questions you may
have about any of the Hewlett-Packard machines.
ULRICH'S BOOKSTORE
549 East University Ave. Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104 662-4403

leges and universities only Oak-
land University's r o o m and
board fees exceed the Univer-
sity's present $1402 charge.
PIRGIM funding has been un-
der fire since last fall, when
students w e r e automatically
assessed the $1.50 fee and then
had to claim their refunds in
person at the Student Activities
Building.
The Regents felt this system
placed too much of a burden on
those who wished not to con-
tribute, and appointed a com-
mittee last November to pro-
pose an alternative. plan. The
plan suggested by the commit-
tee, which is now in effect, con-
tinued the automatic charge, but
made the refund system easier.
It calls for a form to be sent
out with each tuition bill.
Regents David Laro (R-Flint),
Dean Baker (R-Ann Arbor), and
Roach opposed the extension,
charging that the collection sys-
tem was unfair to non-support-
ers of PIRGIM.
"PIRGIM, as a public interest
group, would come out against
this very system if it were be-
ing used by industry or govern-
ment organization," Roach said.
LARO, WHO proposed a plan
by which students would fill out
and mail a form only if they
wanted to contribute, argued
PIRGIM's claim that it would
die if Laro's plan were ac-
cepted.
"I don't really think that it is
a matter of the survival of
PIRGIM," Laro said. "It is a
question of what is fair and
what is unfair, and a manda-
tory assessment is not fair."

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AP Photo
Frozen feathers
A bird basked in the warmth of a chimney at a Minneapolis home Tuesday as temperatures began dropping after a new snow-
fall.

Hearst pleased with
jury as trial begins

U.S. -apDproves
I rn PrnrhvI

(Continued from Page 1) , evidence that it was not Hearst X.a N l
Bank here on April 15, 1974. |but another SLA member who
Ignoring objections lodged be- fired the gun.
fore he began addressing the (Continued from Page 1) potentially cancer - causing ul-
newly selected jury of seven BAILEY, in an impassioned "While we obviously continue, traviolet rays but acknowledged
women and five men, U.S. Atty. plea to the 'jury; said Hearst to be seriously concerned about that the theory of ozone deple-
James Browning laid out a pros- obbed the bank only after the environmental impacts of tion is not yet proven. Heques-
ecution case that the defense Threats that if"she messed up commercial service by the Con- tioned whether the United
contended would in effect try in any way, they would without corde, we can understand why States could ban the Concorde
Hearst for crimes beyond the hesitation blow her to bits." the secretary felt that a trial' for depleting the ozone when
bank robbery with which she is Bailey, reminding jurors that period was necessary to collect it refuses to ban aerosol sprays.
charged. his client was "yanked from her data before he makes his final The aircraft will use more
At the conclusion of Brown- aoartment" just two years ago decision . . . "I personally am fuel than existing jets, Coleman
ing s opening s t a t e ment, to the day, revealed for the first convinced that no nation would said, but said most of that fuel
Hearst's chief attorney, F. Lee time a key contention of the decide today to begin develop- will, be British and French and
Bailey, asked for a mistrial, defense-that Donald "Cingqle" ment of an aircraft with the en- will thus have an insignificant
saying that the prosecutor's ref- DeFreeze, leader of the tiny vironmental, economic and en-I effect on the U. S. energy con-
Symbionese Liberation k A ergy -tcou rdgcharacteris-Iservationolsc
erences to a shooting incident .ry ry-cnsmn hrcei eXaif oiy.
on ot atrteIobr read mind control books while tics of the Concorde.i The Concorde does produce
"taints the jury." The motion i prison. Coleman found that the noise more pollutants than conven-
was denied without comment. With elementary knowledge of' made by the plane during take- tional jets, Coleman found, but
techniques also called brain- off and landing was the most he said the increase is so small
SPEAKING on the second an- washing, Bailey said, DeFreeze significant environmental issue that it will have no significant
niversy of ' the newsbaner"set t to show the establish- but determined that the noise effect on the air quality of eith-
heiress' abduction by the SLA,me-t othat "one of their members produced by the Concorde would er airport.
Browning said his evidence could be apparently converted have only a minimal effect on "With the exception of noise,
would include a document par-|to the beliefs of terrorists." over-all noise. ;I do not consider the environ-
tially in Miss Hearst's hand- .- HE FOUND that the -aircraft mental consequences. of these
writing admitting that she THE MICHIGAN nAILY may damage the ozone layer limited Concorde flights to be
robbed the bank voluntarily. volume LXXXVI, No. 108 that protects life on earth from I substantial . . . " Coleman said.
Thursday February 5.'1976 - - - - - - a

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In a quote from the document,
Browning said Hearst, who had'
taken the revoluntionary name
"Tama," wrote: "We needed the3
money and we wanted to illus-I
trate that Tania was alive and!
not a bunch of b.s. We intended
to propagandize Tania."
Browning said one witness
would also testify that Hearst
fired a burst from her sawn-off
carbine as she left the Hibernia,
Bank although there was some

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crash Regents meeting
(Continued from Page 1) Satisfied, the p r o t e st o r s
"This is important," hollered marched out, clapping and again
Chauvin. "I must talk now." chanting "CIA off campus, CIA
Stubbornly relinquishing con- off campus ..."
trol of the meeting, Fleming
said, "Okay, go ahead and' When they reached the door
speak." one man stopped and confronted
Fleming directly.
!C H A U V I N continued her;
speech demanding that the Uni- "I used to be an intelligence
versity 'disallow recruitment, agent," he explained. "I know
now and in the future, by the that many universities have sec-
CIA and NSA," and that "all ret agreements with the CIA,
ties, be they financial or re- I'm asking you now if Michigan
search or the allocation of of- has such an agreement."
fice space, be cut between the
University and the CIA andI FLEMING'S denial brought
NSA." cries of "Bullshit man, that's
She also demanded that Flem-. bullshit," from the group as
ing meet with them and that he they left.
set a date in writing for a pub- Smiling, Fleming said, "You
lic debate on the issue. know, I offered to meet with
"I'll meet with you," Fleming them last' week and they re-
answered. "You have my word, Rased. They didn't want to meet
I don't need to put it in writing," fush ed. they.d' want to mae
""-atert't -'''"" with me, they wanted to make
FLEMING AGREED to meet a scene here today."
with the group this week and He added, "They wanted pub-
set February 18 for the public licity. I guess they'll get it now,
debate. I hope they're happy."
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is in love with two women. It 'sucigests that men are un-
able to distinquish one woman from another except in the

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