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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, April 17, 1976

Daily Cl
(Continued from Page 7)

WANTED TO RENT

MAY-JUNE Sublet. Furnished one-
bedroom apt./efficiency preferred.
Will consider own room in apt /
small house. Marla, 995-3634.
32L417
THESIS WRITER seeks secluded
single room or apartment. 663-7268.
09L417
WANTED TO RENT: single room in
cooperative house for fall. Call Dick
at 668-6284. 64L417
REWARD!
To be the equivalent of one month's
rent. Payable on acquisition. In im-
mediate need of proper home and
land. Will require- land or solitude.
In north to northwest edge of Ann
Arbor or near Chelsea-Portage Lake-
Pinckney. No other area considered.
Impeccable references, Professional.
Send Reply to Box 3 16L417
FAMILY OF THREE seeks furnished
house or apartment. May-June, pos-
sibly July. Call 971-2455. 50L416
WOMAN AND DOG need own room
in house or apt, for fall within
walking distance of Diag. Call
Elaine. 995-5198. 75L417
CAR SERVICES, ACCES.
NEED TIRES? Goodrich steel-belted
radials. Five, like new. $120. Call
995-9725. 29S417
BIKES AND SCOOTERS
HONDA CL-350. 1971, excellent con-
dition, custom paint. Call 665-5323.
25Z417

HELP WANTED BUSINESS SERVICES'
too PERSON to do housework near cam-
pus 6-8 hours per week. Flexible STEAM CARPET &
hours. $3 00 per hour. Call 662-9229. UPHOLSTERY CLEANING
01H417
llc/sq ft. 9x12 carpet $11.88. Excel-
MDE.NEED SPENDING MONEY? lent references. Free estimates. In-
MUSICAL MDSE., For part-time work with lots of sured. Tompkins Steam Extraction,
RADIOS, REPAIRS folk. Call 995-5454 for details. cH417 663-4303, 662-5077. cJtc
ARMSTRONG FLUTE for sale. In NORTHERN MICHIGAN Summer I AM a full-time, free lance typist
excellent condition $120 or best Camp has opening for experiencedj with considerable experience typing
offer. Call Wendy, 764-1671. 55X417 canoe and backpack tripper (over 21 books, dissertations, papers. I type
years old). Call 1-353-6491. 06H417 over 100 wpm, perfect accuracy
MARTIN SALE now in progress. guaranteed. Base rate 70c per page.
Get yours at a discount price. See WORK-STUDY. Keypunching, w/ IBM Correcting Selectric Call Bill,
Don. Apollo Music Center. 323 S 7613957 71yn41 665-0166. cJtc
Main cXtc -
BASS PLAYER and/or Vocalist need- FOR SALE
FARFISA VIP 233 Portable Organ, Double Keyboard, Bass Pedals. Ex- d. Soft jazz Work Detroit-Ann Ar-
Doule Ko d, Bass Pen, Ex- bor area all summer. Call Rick, 663- BEAUTIFUL old wicker chair, $15 00.
tcellent condition $600.00. Ron, 761- 2165. 447AkfrEln 9-85 B1
6442. 65X417 44H417 Ask for Ellen, 995-3875. 45B417
B DOOLEY'S of Ann Arbor now tak- CONN C-11 Classical Guitar w/case.
WANTED: Electric Base Guitar. ing applicofationsn forAonw bartenders, Brn ne.Mssl.$8orbt
Good instrument, reasonably priced. bouncers, waitresses Apply in per- Brand new. Must sell. $80 or best
Call persistently, evenings 663-5677. son.81H416_offer. Jerry, 994-0413 or 995-8679
48X417 -op. _ 81H418 oersistently. 62B417
-------- WORK STUDY STUDENTS: Want - -
TRUMPET/CASE. Perfect condition an exciting job in St. Louis, Mo,? MOVING SALE: April 24-25 Terrific
The Cleveland" by White 764-6541. Work for CONTACT St. Louis. For bargains, all types furniture, etc.
64X416 information call 764-3036. 05H417 2819 Braeburn Circle. 971-0956.
7---- -- - - - - - -95B3417
FARFISA combo compact organ for PART-TIME COOK wanted: starting
sale. $100 or best offer 995-7605. Fall term, for 15 students. 665-8495 REFRIGERATOR, 5 cu ft Bicycle,
7 persistently. 12H416 3-speed, 1 yr. old. Both for $180.
LESSONS with top instructors av---UBJET-------y------ a EKerry, 764-9888 29B417
ailble Fltesa, gita, carietSUBJECTS for Psychological Experi-
rums piano, organ Apollo Music ment: Rigt-handed males who will QUEEN SIZE WATERBED, mattress,
Center 323 S. Main. cX417 be available through June; call 763. liner, frame, pedestal, heater, $100.
___- ____ 5017 weekdays dH417 Call 994-6351. 19B417
QUALITY recording at reasonable -
rates. 4-track with mixing. Gooid $250/WEEK BUMPER STICKER, "Buy an Amer-
for demo tapes. Don, 761-9431 or Fulltime or parttime Go-Go dancers ican car and keep 10 mechanics
995-2659 cX4l7 -minimum pay $250/wk. Also cock- working." $1, SASE 523 Ohio, KCK
GUITARS, classical tail waitresses and waiters 7 p.m.- 66101. 73B506
HERNANDInd steel. 40 percent list. 665-348 2 a m Monday-Saturday. Call 313-
.Xte. 1426-3917 between 9 a m. and 4 p.m. WEIGHTS: 5' bar with collars, 150
57H417 lbs., various plates, official bench,

MARTIN SALE now in progress.
Get yours at a discount price. See
Don, Apollo Music Center, 323 S
Main. cXtc
REPAIR, adjustment and restora-
tion of all string instruments.
Quality work, completely guaran-
teed. Great Lakes Banjo Co., 1342 N.

ROOM, BOARD, SALARY in ex-
change for babysitting. Four days,
some evenings; 7 year old. Start in
May. Call 665-2305. 75H416
EXPERIENCED conscientious bi-
cycle mechanic. For appointment,
call 663-2233. 15H417

lain. 994-4964. cXtc
10-SPEED, Motobecane, 20%", Wo- ~~~~
mnan's, $125; 665-6014 eves-wknds. MARTIN SALE now in progress. Get
85Z417 yours at a discount price See Don,
____________________ --- Apollo Music Center, 323 S. Main.
FOR SALE: Girls 3-speed bike. cXtc t
Good copdition, cheap. 764-1806. {
83Z417 USED FENDER VIBROLUX. Good
HONDA 1974: 550 4-cylinder. Orange s4ae. Apolo Music Center, 76ctc
color Low miles. Excellent. Extras.
761-9589. 45241'7USED CARS
YAMAHA 500: only 1600 miles. $1025. ---- - __ ._
662-3687. 75Z417 '74 VEGA Estate Wagon. Must sell, E
leaving country Best offer. Call 769- IB
TRAVEL 7836 persistently. + 99N417 an

*UMMER JOBS
Earn up to $4,000 in Summer
On-campus interviews April 21
at 2 and 4 p.m
Location: 3200 SAB
Third Floor
Subsidiary of Alcoa
29H417
BUSINESS SERVICES
XPERIENCED professional typist.
IM self-correcting selectric. Guar-
teed accuracy, low rates, campus
ation. Dissertations, articles, term
pers, resumes. Call Jim, 665-6906.
56J417

EUROPEAN
CHARTER FLIGHTS
Midwest's Largest Selection
U.S. and Canadian Charters
10 days to 9 months durationI
Call GREAT PLACES, 769-1776
cP-Uc
Read and Use
Daily Classifieds
PINBALL,
BOWLING,
BILLIARDS and
FOOSBALL
TILL 1 A.M. TONITE
at the UNION

1965 FOR GALAXIE 500 Body and
interior good condition, Air coni-
tioning. Needs rockers, $150 or best
offer. 665-5369. 97N417.
1966 OLDS Cut. Sup. Great condi-
tion! 428 4-door. Must sell. $500.
662-4536 (day? ask for Les Patrick
761-5479 after 10:00 p.m. 16N417
1970 SUNBEAM Alpine GT, Must
sell 665-5698 evenings. 79N417
'74 HONDA CIVIC, 29,000 miles, ster-
eo. Zeibarted, radials, fancy paint,
36 mpg. Best offer. Call 1-227-4797.
06N416

loca
pa

TYPING at reasonable rates. IBM
correcting selectric. 769-2256 after
11 a.m. 50J507
LIGHT MOVING
CO.
662-8217, mornings or after 6:00
16J417
F REE LANCE TYPIST

excellent con ition. 971-6902, after
5:30 p.m 26B417
6.7 cubic foot REFRIGERATOR, Ige.
freezer. 1 year old, excellent condi-
tion, $85. 763-0742, 764-8616 27B417
FOR SALE: Woman's 3-speed bicy-
cle. Robin, 662-3429. 36B417
LEEDS LUGGAGE, 4-piece set, good
condition. $50 00. 995-8316. 92B417
STEREO SPEAKERS (two), Magna-
vox Model 701208, 15"lx8"x7". $35.00.
995-8316. 92B417
STEREO TAPE RECORDER (Sony
Model TC-260) complete equipment
$200.00. 995-8316. 92B417
2% cubic ft. REFRIGERATOR and a
bright green 8x13' carpet. Both ex-
cell. condition. Prices neg. Call764-
1995. dB416
PORTABLE electric Olivetti type-
writer. Great condition $75. Nego-
tiable. 663-6001 or 995-1459 after 5.
51B417
UGLY 10-speed Continental. 20%".
Works well, $55. 761-4416 evenings.
678417
CIAIO, like new, 100 mpg., driven
50 m0., best over 290. After 6 pBm.
665-8002. 71B416
GREEN COUCH, $20 or best offer.
Vivitar 85-205 zoom lens. Pentax
mount; excellent cond 668-8958 be-
tween 6-10 p.m. 74B417
VEGA '72, 47,000 miles, $600 or best
offer. 761-4614. 81B417
1973 NORTON COMMANDO 750 cc.
Interstate. Good condition, runs
well Includes extras, Best offer,
665-2737. 29B416
SHEEPSKIN COATS for men aaq
women. All sizes. Persian House of
Imports. 769-8555. cBtu
LOST AND FOUND
HELP! Desperately need a green ny-
lon backpack and contents taken
from Grad Library Monday p.m. Re-
ward offered-no questions asked.
Call Linda, 995-2310. 77A416

PERSONAL
NOTICE-All I-M Building lockers
must be cleared for the summer by
5:00 p.m Friday, April 30. Call 763-
0050 for refund information. 48F417
A FEW WORDS to my fellow Burs-
leyites-No, I do NOT want to go
bowling! Have a good summer (and
don't do anything I wouldn't),
Denise. 00F417
LOOKING FOR a good, cheap bot-
tle of Wine? Visit our wine cellar.
Village Apothecary 1112 S. Univer-
sity. cFtc
PINBALL, BOWLING, BILLIARDS,
& FOOSBALL 'TILL 1 A.M TO-
NIGHT AT THE UNION, cF417
SPEND SUMMER OF '76 IN THE
WEST. Need fine lady to accompany
responsible and out-going male stu-
dent on extensive tour of western
unversities, national parks and for-
est. For more info write: Richard
Fisher, 2812 N. Euclid, Tucson, Ari-
zona 85719 07F417
MICHIGAN RESIDENCY INFO
Monday, April 19th, 7:30 p.m Legal
Aid, 4310 Michigan Union. 82F417
COPYING CLOSEST TO CAMPUS
Books-Class Notes-Papers
Resumes
Dissertation quality, low prices.
From 2%Ac per copy
COPY MILL
211 B. S. Sttae (by Gino's)
7 days/week plus evenings
662-3969
cFtc
WE'VE GOT THE PHOTOS you'll
want. Buy a Michiganensan, U-M's
Year in Review from Karl at the
Student Publications Bldg.
dF417
FEELING OPPRESSED,
REPRESSED, DEPRESSED?
Or just want to rap? Call Drug
Help. Don't let the name scare you.
Our workers are trained to help peo-
ple with all sorts of life problems.
Call 761-HELP, or just stop by at
621 E. William. Staffed 24 hrs. a
day (knock hard on door between
1 a m. and 10 a.m) 33F417
UNICURE SALE
$2.95, 16 oz. U of M Stylists
at the UNION
cF417
PINBALL, BILLIARDS, FOOSBALL,
BOWLING, at the UNION. OPEN
REGULAR HOURS DURING EXAM
AND BREAK-11 A.M. MON -SAT.,
1 P.M. SUN cF417
SERAPE SPECTACULAR: Mexican
Blankets on the Diag through April
19th. 46F417
BICYCLE TUNE-UP
$7.50 or less
will teach while tuning
Call Josh, 761-0496
34F416
INTERESTED IN NO-FRILLS LOW
COST JET TRAVEL to Europe, Afri-
ca, the Middle East, the Far East,
South America? EDUCATIONAL
FLIGHTS has been helping people
travel on a budget with maximum
flexibility and minimum hassle for
six years. For more info call toll
free 800-223-5569. 36F417
EXPERIENCED PITCHER needed
for major s5o-pitch team, Gone to
state tournament two times in last
3 years. Call Paul, 475-8268 or Bill,
994-6312. 87F415
THE CROSS EYED MOOSE
invites you to enjoy
free coffee every morning.
613 E. Liberty-Open 11 a.m F
cF306
SOPH IE
Dear sad friends, While impending
graduation looms as big as life, all
is not as gloomy as it seems. Sophie
will continue to appear, though
possibly by long distance. dP417
T.K.E.
PHI SIGMA KAPPA
805 OXFORD
BEER BASH
FEATURING "THUNDER"
APRIL 17-9:00-?
GIRLS FREE Guys-75c
300F417
SOVIET UNION STUDENT TOUR, 3
wks.: London-Leningrad, Moscow,
Kiev, Yalta, Tbilisi, Kzhi, $749. 7/
14-8/4. USC Student Travel, USC,
LA, Calif. 90007 (213) 746-7580.
72F506
PERMANENT WEIGHT LOSS
Through Beha vi o r Modification.
Weight Control National, 994-0019t
NO PRACTIOING heterosexualist

please Small four-year-old anti-~
sexist male group wants more folk.-
Send a note to us. P O. Box 1025,]
Ann Arbor, 48106. 72F4177

PERSONAL J
I EXPERIENCED softball players E ast W in
needed 1975 Class A District Cham-
pions. Two nights weekly. Ivan, eve-
nings, 971-7524 20F417 "
SURVIVAL, ANYONE? Fight the En- p o ltI
tropy Threat to the earth's ecol-
ogy. Compost ordure. And garbage
Organically. With a Clivus Mul- (Continued from Page 1)
trum. It transforms wastes into courses concentrating On the
pure, sweet-smelling humus The Asian American experience to
Clivus Multrum system doesn't use
water, is anaerobic, and requires the American Studies depart-
no chemical (nor any other) addi- ment. "But," Wu insists, "this
tives. Cheaper than flushers and is not an East Wind activity.
septic-tank systems - to say the "We don't want this to appear
least. Want to know more? Write
ECOLOGIC, INC (authorized disri- as a purely political move," he
butors of the Clivus Multrum sys- declares. "We don't want peo-
tem manufactured by Clivus Mul- ple to think these are things to
tum USA, Inc.) P.O. Box 1025, Ann
Arbor, 48106. 70F417 recruit people."
BUMPER STICKERS. Custom print- PRESENTLY, t h e group's
ed while-U-wait! MBL PRESS, 1217 regular m e e t i n g attendance
Prospect, Ann Arbor. 761-0942. numbers around 35, although
FIREWORKS! !more publicized activities at-
FRK tract over 60. Chen says that
Buy direct. We ship throughout the graduate and undergraduate at-
U.S Send for free price list today tendance is about equal.
Purchasers must be 18 yrs. or older d
Enclose copy of required Michigan The small number of East
State permits upon purchase. Ace Wind devotees, however, are
Fireworks, Box 221, Conneaut, Ohio proud of the organization's ac-
44030, Manufacturer, Importer, pruogaiton
Wholesaler, Distributor. cFtc complishments over the past
four years. Last year, Wu says,
FRIENDS LAKE COMMUNITY. 80 East Wind was responsible for
acre wildlife preserve near - Chelsea: qualifying Asian Americans to
swimming, canoeing, picnicing, receive Minority Oportunity
camping. Membership $50 per adult. ppotny
Brochure from Bloods, 2005 Penn- Awards, which are special finan-
craft, Ann Arbor, Mich. 48103. cial aid grants.
25F0417 He also asserts that the group
CONCERNED PEOPLE desperately has "definitely broadened the
needed as foster parents for teen- awareness of Asian Americans
agters in crisis situations. 1 day/2 as an American minority in the
weeks. Singles, couples, groups and
families. A couch will do Call Ozone entire University community,'
House, 769-6540. 08F0522 citing last year's Asian Ameri-
BOARD EXAM tutoring - enroll- can Awareness Week as one
ments now being accepted for S.H. method.
Kaplan Tutoring Courses to pre-
pare for the MCATS, DAT, LSAT, STILL, NOT all is well with
and Nat. Dent. Boards. Call (313) the fledgling organization. Mem-
354-0085,, locally, 662-3149. c~tcbers of the group are "enraged"
BACKPACK-FISHING TRIPS over the University's response
int nhighnColorado Rockies Young to their agitation for an Asian
experienced guides with heads to-
gether will take you on a trip you'll American Advocate, the focus
never forget. Very reasonable. Write: of four years of political agita-
Crestone Guide and Outfitters, 825 tion, according to Chen.
N. Hancock, Colorado Springs, Cole-
rado 80909. 30P517 Late in February, the admin-
--- o istration offered a 10-hour per
WEDDING INVITATIONS - wod or week work-study position in an-
traditional. Call 761-0942 anytime swer to the group's demands
EXPRESSIVE MOVEMENT
WORKSHOP:
Exploring human emotions with the R
whole body through spontaneous, . i
individual and group motion. Sat.,
Apr 17. Margaret and Bob Blood.
769-0046 47F410
0 WELCOME TO THE FAMOUS
Campustutofo
(Continued from Page 1)
University's budget , situation,
Fleming said:
1217 S. "WE HAD hoped that we could
in the month of April bring to
University the Regents a budget for 1976-77.
* NEW MACHINES It is now evident that this is im-
possible. The Governor has sub{
XEROX AND OFFSET miffed one budget bill which
fast. low cost duplicating provides for no incremental dol-
COPY QUICK
1217 S. University 769-0560 lars in 1976-77, while the Senate
has passed a bill which would
Offset Printing, Xerox Copies give the University of Michigan
Xerox reductions, photostats
Halftones, Typesetting approximately $2.6 million over
and much more the amount alloted by the Gov-
ARBOR INSTANT ernor.
PRINTING "It is unlikely that we will
STUDENT ACCOUNTS WELCoum know which bill, if either, will
214 S. 4th Ave. 994-4664 pass until the very end of June.
COPIES - 2%c each This being so, we cannot exact-

d curbs

icrease

Ictivftis
for a full-time advocate: The
offer snarked bitter resentment
towards the administration, and
its acceptance is presently un-
der debate, says Chen.
Wu points out, however, that
the work - study arrangement
would be "tentative" until an-
other proposal for reorganiza-
tion of advocate representation
among minority groups is stu-
died. He adds, "Because the
possibility stands, at the present
time there is less need for on-
going pressure."
INDEED, much less noise has
come out of the East Wind office
in the Michigan Union since the
organization's founders h a v e
left. Wu attributes the quieter
attitude to "less definite com-
mitment of interest and inexper-
ience negotiating with the ad-
ministration among the group's
leaders."
"Oddly enough," he observes,
"everyone in the steering com-
mittee is new this year, except
for me."
Among outsiders, charges that
"the group is falling apart" and
that there is "dissension among
the leaders" may have been
prompted by the group's sub-
dued character and its relative
political inaction this term.
NONETHELESS, steering com-
mittee m e m b e r s deny the
the charges. "We are just be-
ginning to pull ourselves to-
gether," explains graduate stu-
dent Jade Woo. And Lee specu-
lates, "Maybe the leaders are
waiting this term out, planning
for next term." Chen affirms
Lee's o b s e rv a t i o n, saying,
"We're in a waiting period, a
building up period."

-- - --Barbara Burda, 429-9286
1970 MG-GBT 42,000 miles. Air con- 14J417
ditioning. $1800. 663-5505. 60N416 1--------- .-_________
- ------ -NEED PAPERS TYPED? Call Ellen.
1975 CHEVY VAN, 350-V8, automat- 663-9662 60J417
ic, power steering and brakes, 8,000 --- - --------
miles. 481-1529 79N416 TYPING/EDITING, tutoring in Eng-
lish Call Dorothy, 995-1075. 53J417
HELP WANTED
-_-_____ __-MANUSCRIPT EDITING
COULD YOU USE $25 for 5 hrs. DISSERTATIONS. BOOKS,
work? Disco dancer needed, exper- ARTICLES. 769-2931
ience not necessary. Call 994-1482 cJtc
or 995-8658. 65H417_
----- TYPING, Copying,'Binding, Editing,
BETH ISRAEL Seeking school di- Notary Service.
rector for Hebrew School 1976-77. THE SECRETARIAT
,-time position, teaching exp ne- Dissertation Specialists
cessary. Call Rabbi Kensky. 665- 812 S. State Street
9897. 99H417 10 a.m. to 10 p m. 994-3594

_1

rfal
ly define at this time the nature
of the internal steps which we
must take to balance the bud-
get," Fleming said.
Tuition hikes of between $62
and $100 a year were also ap-
proved for students at the Uni-
versity's Dearborn and Flint
campuses.
FLEMING also disclosed that
he has decided against taking
out a loat because of the
month's delay in the $10 million
state aid payment due April 15.
He said that in ord* to meet
University payrolls,-the Univer-
sity will delay a number of
general fund expenditures for
such items as social security
and supplies.

UIversity.
of Michigan
School of Art
Summer
Pro gram.
Spring Half Term - May 3 through June 26
Prerequisite to' a cors s s ',cy cmo eo / ' - ') -
gram, equivalent work dor'e esel r, ' r r o msr rs r
Courses meet five days per wee' ms r" C 0 ad co' ti '
three days per veek.

Summer Workshops - June 28 through July 12
Tese intensive workshops are made available on a non-credit basis for
Inose who can take advantage of concentrated work in fields charac-
";.'ied by substantal technical demands. The two-week period is
redled for June 28 through July 12th. While no specific prerequi-
ts are required, students should have sufficient prior experience or
,owedge of i'n field to fully participate in studio work. Classes will
reetffo'our h ours each day five days per week. The studios will be
for the remainder of the time to permit students to work inde-
--Jr /.
VIDEO WORKSHOP
FILM ANIMATION WORKSHOP
FABRIC PRINTING WORKSHOP
PHOTO SERIGRAPHY WORKSHOP
METALSMITHING WORKSHOP
PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOP
CERAMICS WORKSHOP
FIGURE PAINTING WORKSHOP
BRONZE CASTING WORKSHOP
SENSITOMETRY WORKSHOP'
Fees and Admission
Ta: rr e per workshop is $100.
TIh. t:arsKshop registration coupon below should be completed and re-
turned with a deposit of $50.00 for each workshop elected. Checks
_ should be made payable to "School of Art, University of Michigan.- The
fee for a workshop course is refundable, upon presentation of valid
- reason, prior to May 15th but are non-refundable thereafter. Sufficient
req;,,rations must be received by June 1st to permit the operation of
each workshop or applicants will be informed and their deposits re-
turned Class activities in each area will require an expense for ex-
pendable supplies. Normally, basic needs for workshop courses will be
met by a lab fee of less than $20 00, but this amount may vary, de-
pending on the extent of the student's material requirements. No re-
funds are permitted after the beginning of workshop classes.
Attach deposit of $50 00 for each workshop elected and mail to:
SUMMER PROGRAM
OFFICE OF THE DEAN
SCHOOL OF ART
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
ANN ARIAOR, MICHIGAN 48109
Requests for additional inormation should be directed to:
Office of the Dean
School of Art
The University of Michigan
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109
(313) 764-0397
NON-CREDIT WORKSHOP REGISTRATION
(Deadline for Receipt - June 1, 1976)
* -
NAME
(Please print clearly)
ADDRESS
zip code
TELEPHONE
area code
REGISTRATION FOR SUMMER HALF TERM WORKSHOP (check)

Lowest Prices Anywhere
IMPRESS, 524 E. William, 665-4321
SET A RECORD
on any of our pinball machines and
win a free lunch.
CROSS EYED MOOSE
613 E Liberty
c7417

THE CROSSEYED MOOSE
home of the
CLEAN MACHINE
613 E. LIBERTY
cF421
PREGNANT? Need help? Call Prob-
lem Pregnancy Help, 769-7283. 400 S.
Division Free pregnancy tests.
INT'L. STUDENTS recreation pro-
gram tonight, 7 p.m.-10 p.m., Water-
man Gymnasium. cF417

i
r

outraged
at new tuiti~on hike

(Continued from Page 1)
COMMENTING on the possi-
bility of decreased out-of-state
student enrollment, Gruber add-
ed, "I have nothing against the
state or the people who live
here, but what makes this such
a good place is the diversity in
the student population. If the
only out-of-state people who can
come here are the super-rich,
people are going to lose respect
for this University."
Bill Ubbes, an in-state student,

had a less caustic response to
the iticrease. "I don't think it's
that large an increase, because
everything else has gone up
more. Their (the University's)
costs are rising more than the
tuition because of all the union-
ized labor."
One LSA sophomore who ask-
ed not to be named was more
succinct in her reply. "Fuck
'em," she said. "Let them shove
it up their asses and spin on it."

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