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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, :July 23, 1971

"U' funding bill goes to State Senate

Castintd ed from Page l)
nay tack on an additional
$504 000 to the appropriation for
the Ann Arbor campus.
If the House does approve ad-
ditional spending, the measure
would be sent to a House-Senate
conference committee w h i c h
would probably offer a compro-
mise measure exactly between
the two p r o p o s e d spending
levels.
Attached to the Higher Edu-
cation Bill are a number of re-
strictions placed by the state on
students and universities in the
state system.
One stipulation states that
"no waiver of tuition fees shall
be granted by any institution of
higher education." This seems
to be specifically addressed to
the University and other state
colleges in which tuition waivers
for underprivileged s t u d e n t s
have been "requested..
Other "riders" call for colleges

to take action against students
convicted in campus demonstra-
tions. These include:
-Issuing "a full report of any
incidents that result from any
physical violence or destruction
of property including the total
damages in dollars incurred.
Further, such reports will in-
clude the number of students
arrested and classes missed due
to strikes, boycotts or demon-
strations;"
-Revoking state scholarships
or tuition grants to any student
convicted of a penal statute
stemming from campus demon-
strations;
-Firing University employes
convicted "of the offense of in-
terference with normal opera-
tions of any public institution of
higher education;" and
-Expelling students who
"cause willful damage to public
property on a campus or other

facility of a college or univer-
sity."
The proposed measure would
provide the University's Dear-
born campus with an allocation
of $2.84 million-as opposed to
the $2.74 million suggested by
the governor.

The committee also raised
Milliken's proposed $2.53 million
recommendation for the Flint
campus to $2.65 million.
Dearborn and Flint had re-
quested $2.71 million and $3.40
million respectively.

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The Uneasy Life, The Stronget UGLI
M ili e7ry:.Uni ersity Room m ate with
Players: "A Streetcar Named Desire,"
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Summer Coo nrt Series: arri ck CI, ,A
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