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Friday, August 12, 1977

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

State may VA staffers offer new evidence

increase
U'funding
-Fall
(Continued from Page 1)
ing the financial needs of its
students.
"Over80 per cent of the stu-
dents who apply for financial
aid are met with 100 per cent
of theirhdemonstrated financial
need,' he said.
Vaughn was confident about
the taxpayers being supportive
of greater funding for univer-
sity students in the future.
"They will respond to the
greater need," he said. My mail
on tuition increases has in-
creased tremendously. People
are concerned about what's go-
ing on."

(Continued from Page 2)
vestigation into the convictions
of the former VA nurses. The
pair was found guilty one month
ago of poisoning five VA pa-
tients during the summer of
1975.
The employes, mostly nurses,
are urging hospital workers to
send postcards calling for a
congressional probe to President
Carter, Senators Donald Riegle,
Robert Griffin, and Edward
Kennedy, and to area Congress-

men.
NURSING Assistant Thomas
told the Daily that their group
has had trouble organizing em-
ploye support for Narciso and
Perez because most hospital
employes "don't want to get in-
volved" for fear of losing their
jobs.
"I called the American Civil
Liberties Union," Thomas said.
"They told me that if my job
description changes, if I'm de-
nied a promotion, or if anything

changes, they're behind me 100
per cent."
MEANWHILE, the effort to
free Narciso and Perez con-
tinues wit ha rally in Ypsilanti
this Sunday.
Michael Price, head of a de-
fense group supporting Filipina
Narciso and Leonora Perez, told
the Daily yesterday, -"There will
be some new revelations" at a
rally to be held this Sunday.
Supporters hope that Sunday's
"new revelation" will help their

attempts to ge a congressional
probe into the 1975 poisonings.
The rally, which begins at
1:00 p.m. aid is expected to
last two hos, will be held at
Ypsilanti's old city hall.

ANN AUICU 1IL C-r
Friday, August 12
LOGA N'S RUN
(Michael Anderson, 1976) 7 & 9-MLB 3
MGM used laser technology to create unbelievable specia effectsin
this dazzing forecast of things to come in the 23rd century, where
life is a non-stop orgasm until its mandatory, government-con-
trolled end at age 30. Michael York plays Logan, a member of the
elite death squad, who attempts to escape his life of unlimited
pleasure for the different pleasures of freedom, Academy Award.

Best Special Effects. "The best science fiction mo e since Kubrick's
ADMISSION: STILL ONLY $1.25
solar power
research Winr
(Continued fron Page :3)
sarily gained by the institutions
working singly.
"We are very much in theU
cetter of planning the organiz-
atinnal direction," Martin said.
Also, the University will like-
ly gain financially. "I would
expect the regional center to 5 STWsa u
sponsor grants for us to dgy reearc,"at
work in solar energy research." u wwt IiV I

Show
Lat.e
Sot
11:45p~m
$3.50

e Sn.
MARK HAMILL HARPISON FORD CARPNE FISHER
10:10 AND 10:40 SHOWS $1.25 ALL OTHERS $3.50
NO DISCOUNTS NO PASSES

10:15
12:15
2:20
4:30
9:00
Late
Show
Sat.
r -

Martin continued.
A PP R OXIMA T E L Y
80* per cent of the funds allo-
cated for solar energy research
will go towards non-specific
institutes. Private corporations,
universities and non-profit grg-
anizations will be the recipients
of these funds. Only 10 per cent
of the funds will go directly to
ERDA and SERI.
A regional research center
wil work on short term pro-
jects, in the range of five-to-20
yeats. However the national in-
stitute, SERI, will be working
on long range projects, in the
15-.o-25 year range.
An example of a long term
project would be an investiga-
tion of the conversion of solar
energy to transportation fuel. A
short term project would be the
design of solar collector panels
or other products design.
A C C O R D I N G T O
Rozian, Michigan's planning
committee will be mainly con-
certed with "hardware" and
Minnesota's with "software".
The manufacturing research
and testing standards will be
handled by Michigan. Minne-
sotd will be concerned with the
economical feasibility of solar
energy and the education of the
public.
"This regional center will
give our area a strong foot in
the door, and I hope we can
evolve into an independent re-
search center in the future. I
remain convinced that Michi-
gan had the best program and
should have been selected for
the national SERI. In any case,
I think this will be of benefit
to Michigan, and our excellent
Michigan solar research team
will develop programs of bene-
fit to the entire nation," said
Congressman Carl Pursell.

WOODY ALLEN'S 1973
SLEEPER
With science-fiction the rage once more, this
zany comedy is even funnier than when it first
came out. It spoofs just about everything-
including sex, Howard Cosell, robots, drugs,
cloning, police states, Nixon and "A Streetcar
Named Desire." With "lovable" Diane Keaton.
Sot: It Happened One Night
CINEMA GUILD Tonight of OLD ARCH. AUD.
7:30 & 9:30 Admission $1.50

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10:30, 12=30, 2:45, 6:00, 9:30

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CINEMA II ANGELLALL
Friday, August 12
HOW TO MARRY
A MILLIONAIRE
Director, Gene Vegulesco 11958)
Marilyn Monroe, Betty Grable, and Lauren Ba-
call star in this "how-to document of how, if
you are a "dumb" blonde, you can land a
wealthy husband, to love and cherish you for
ever after. Lots of fun, and at moments, Monroe,
Grable, and Bacall have enough screen presence
to transcend the confining roles they are stuck
in. A truly memorable film,.;
7:30 & 9.30 .1.50

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