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Page 6-Wednesday, May 3, 1978-The Michigan Daily

A $61 tuition
University cla
Regents at th
and second ye

While you were away ...
Department of Education needed the crease in administrative spending for
tuition figures to compute student the street repair program.
e n ts awards in state competitive scholar- i Mayor Louis Belcher, however, says
ships for 1978-79. the seven member Republican caucus
Tuition hike The Regents also approved wants much more spent for roads.
preliminary architectural plans for the See CITY, Page 10
hike for full-time in-state Gerald Ford Presidential Library on C o u n c il U
tes attending 1978-79 North Campus.
sses was approved by the Plans for the $3.5 million two-story Budget proposed O u sin g
eir April meeting. First brick and glass building schedule com-
ar students will pay $565 nt ion tilhbe bilt with

per term while upperclass students will
pay $635, beginning in September. l
Tuition rates for other student groups
including undergrad and graduate out-
of-state students will be decided by the
Regents when information is available
on the size of the 1978-79 state ap-
THE MINIMUM student fees for
resident undergraduates had to be ap-
proved before May 1 because the state

private gifts and maintained by the
federal government.
ACCORDING: TO an official Univer-
sity statement, former President Ford
has said: "I have asked that the
Library of my tenure in public office be
located on the campus of my alma
mater because the University of
Michigan has long displayed an exten-
sive interest in archival history of the
state and of the nation."
See REGENTS, Page 10

The Ann Arhor Film Cooperative
Wed., May 3
(Philippe de Groca, 1967) 7T& 9-MLB 3
Our most popular film.A Scottish soldier during WWI is sent to a French town, evacuated except for on
asylum. Meanwhile the fleeing Germans hove left a time bomb. The asylum inmates escape. taking up
various costumes and roles. A very funny comedy and a powerful onti-wor film-the sonity of insanity and
vice-versO. Alan BOtes, Genevieve Bujold. "Delightfully subtle satire-penetrating comedy encased in a
most beautiful film."-Judith Grist.In French, with subtitles. Cinemoscope.

City Administrator Sylvester Murray
submitted recommendations to City
Council last week for a $37 million
budget which, according to Murray,
would not substantially change the
level of service the city provides.
The proposal - which calls for a 7.7
per cent increase in city spending and
would take effect July 1 - must be
voted on during the second Council
meeting of May or it will automatically
be accepted. Seven votes from the
eleven member Council are needed to
overrule Murray's proposals.
Council has scheduledseveral
working sessions before May 15 to
discuss the budget in detail.
MURRAY'S proposals reflect a
growing concern among city officials
that the deterioration of Ann Arbor's
streets must be halted.
Murray called for $250,000 to be taken
from the general fund and put into
street repair. This is an increase of
$150,000 over this year's .allotments.
Murray also asked for a 63 per cent in-

Between the end of classes and the
end of winter term, South Quad residen-
ts must have felt that someone was out
to get them besides professors with
final exams. A virus infection first
noticed Thursday morning, April 20,
struck over 100 Mtudents, and a week
later, on April 27, hundreds of residents
were evacuated as firemen dealt with a
series of fires of undetermined cause.
Food poisoning has been ruled out as
a cause of the fever, vomiting, and
other gastrointestinal problems which
affected 110 of South Quad's 1,268
"If you have a true food poisoning, it
would hit everybody at about the same
time, not over a 48-hour period," said
John Kowalczk, environmental
sanitarian in the University Oc-
cupational Safety and Environmental
Health office.
Findings of tests done in Lansing
have shown no bacterial pathogens in
the food South Quad residents were
eating, and point toward viruses as the
See HOUSING Page 10

Our new menu
has a few
choice words for you.
Our exciting new menu is filled with some rather choice words.
Like U.S.D.A. Choice New York Strip. U.S.D.A. Choice sirloin sizzler.
U.S.D.A. Choice steak, with shrimp. In all, we have four U.S.D.A.
Choice meats to choose from. Plus several other new food items, and
an expanded salad bar.
We believe it's a great new menu. And we'd like you to look it
over. And then, we'd like you to eat our words.

Murder suspect nabbed
The Washtenaw County Sheriff's
Department is continuing to press its
all-out search for a convicted rapist
who escaped Sunday from the
Washtenaw County Jail. (See story,
Page 3.)
Meanwhile, two suspects in last
Thursday's shotgun slaying of an Yp-
silanti grocer were apprehended in
Detroit Monday night.
JERRY SMITH, 19, and a juvenile
accomplice were arrested in connection
See POLICE, Page 16
This news round-up was written
by staff reporters Rene Becker
(Regents), Dan Oberdorfer (City
Council), R.J. Smith (Housing),
Tom O'Connell (Police), and Mike
Arkush (State).
Lessons at
31412 S. State
COLL 995-4242
for schedule
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