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May 07, 1971 - Image 10

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Page Ten
Women's unit to ask study
(Continued from Page 3) These further details were pre-
crimination, the University sub- sented to HEW on March 8, and
mitted a proposal which HEW the University still awaits a re-
accepted after two months of sponge from HEW.
negotiation. Meanwhile. the University's
But, the University's plan fail- Mefwie th Ujvrsy'
ed to satisfy HEW's requests for eligibility for federal contracts
detailed "goals and timetables." has been tentatively restored.

THE MICHIGAN DAI LY

Friday, May 7, 1971

Financial aid to rise with tuition
(Continued from Page 3) In-state graduate students will housing increase and inflation
Starting in the fall, in-state pay $800 per academic year, a increase," Butts continues.
undergraduates will pay $660 for jump of $150, while non-resident He says the financial aid bud-
two terms, up from the current 240 from $1,940. 'wget guideline for an in-state
fee of $568. Out of state stu- "We have adjusted our bud- freshman entering this fall has
dents will pay $2.140 instead of ott upward for next year to al- been set at $2,700 - an in-
$1,800. . log for the tuition increase, crease of $300 from last year.

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6

THE WORLD IS FULL OF BEAUTIFUL PEOPLE AND PLACES.
To help you get there,TWA introduces the Getaway* Program.

If you could dig hitch-hiking across Spain or
camping along a road in England. Staying at a
chateau in France or living near a beach in
California. TWA brings you Getaway.
Firstthere's the Getaway* Card. With it, you can
charge airfare, hotels, meals, cars, just about
anything just about anywhere. And then take up to
two years to pay.
There's also the Youth Passport* Card. It lets you
fly at 33 '1off on all domestic flights on a standby
basis.
It also gives you reduced rates at many places
you'll be staying.
Youth Passport is good on 2©Oother airlines. It costs
$3 and it's available to anyone between 12 and 21.
And if you send in the coupon, we'll send you the
Getaway Vacation Kit.
It has a Getaway Book, a 224 page look at 19 of
the great cities of the world.
Three brochures, one on America, one on Europe,
and a third on Africa, Asia, the Orient, and the
Pacific.

It has the independent Getaway Brochure. For
those who would rather travel by themselves than
with a group.
And it has applications for both the Youth
Passport and Getaway Card.
Mail in the coupon for TWA's free Getaway
Vacation Kit.
And find out how easy getting away really is.
The Getaway Program
-U.SA./E UROPE/ASIA/PACIFIC/AFRICA
[WA, P.O. Box 465, _____
(Farmingdale, N.Y. 11735(TWA I
I Please send me
I TWA's free Getaway Vacation Kit.
I Name
I Address
City State Zip
NIlD0031
ervice mad owned exlusivelyby'TWA

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