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'Friday, February 6, 1976

HE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page 71-tree

Friday, February 6, 1976 WHE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Three

Fleming sees fee

hike

Speakers hit U.S.
ad. for Angola

(Continued from Page 1)
State Relations Richard Ken-
nedy, who was in Lansing yes-
terday for Milliken's budget
briefing, expressed his disap-
pointment with the Governor's
proposal.
"We really anticipated that
we would at least make up the
$1.6 million cut from this year,
but we didn't even get that,"
Kennedy said. "It's pretty clear
that we can't even meet infla-
tion with the increase he (Mil-
liken) proposed," he added.
KENNEDY agreed with Flem-
ing that there must 'be a ,tuition
hike for the fall, but neither
would speculate on the amount
of the increase.
"I can't even guess how much
it will be," Fleming said. "But
I can tell you that there will be
a lot of discussion on the matter

in the next one or two months."
Both Fleming and Kennedy
were concerned that the hike
might have grave effects on
next fall's enrollment.
Said Kennedy, "You always
have to worry about pricing
yourself out of the market but
every other university will be
raising their rates too."
"BUT YOU have to remember
that we just raised housing
rates and the students can only
afford so much," Kennedy add-
ed. "We tend to think of tuition
and housing increases as two
different things, but they both
show up on the same line for
the students."
Students will already be pay-
ing over $100 more for room
and board next year, and with
the added burden of a tuition
hike many students may be

forced to leave.
"No way," said LSA junior
Steve Lewis. "I didn't think I
could hack the dorm increase,
but no way could I be here next
year if they raise tuition too."

f

ANOTHER student, Tim Flo-
res, said, "I just hope they (the
legislature' don't approve Mil-
liken's plan."
Kennedy admitted that he also
hopes that the legislature would
give the University more
money.
"Of course I hope that we'll
get some help from the legisla-
ture," he said. "But they're on
a tight budget so we can't ex-
pect much."
If approved, Milliken's budget
will go into effect beginning,
July 1 of this year.

(Continued from Page 1) war.
history of exploitation in South "Let me say that there are
Africa. not three races in Angola. There
"For example, coffee is a big is only one race: Angolan,"
export for Angola," she said. Neto emphasized.
"Of 200,000 plantation workers, { Neto added that "the Ango-
120,000 are employed on white lans have to fear most not the
owned land earning between U. S. or Russia or Cuba, but
fifty cents and a dollar a day." E Zaire. They have been fight-
Jordan criticized the efforts ing against Angolan liberation
of American blacks involved in the longest."
recruiting mercineries for the Neto then reflected on his ex-
pro-western groups. periences in the MPLA army.
"I am amazed with those "My first weapon was a
blacks in the U. S. who fight knife," he said. "The blacks in
against the liberation move- AIngola were not given sophis-
ment in Angola. They claim ticated weapons. The U. S. gave
they fight for freedom and de- Portugal sophisticated weapons
mocracy, but haven't known to fight the rebels. But the re-
freedom for themselves yet." bels had only knives."
Taigo Neto, who has been in- Regarding the question of So-
volved in the MPLA since 1961, viet involvement, Neto said,
began his speech by attempting "The U. S. has been exploiting
to clear up what he considers Angola, not the Soviets or Cu-
some popular misconceptions bans. They have no firms in
concerning the Angolan civil Angola."

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Friday, February 6, 1976
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