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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, June 11, 1976

'U' may get increased aid

CUstinsed lron P''ge )
But University President Rob-
ben Fleming was not so cer-
tain Faxon's bill would slip past
the governor even if it is
adopted by the Senate.
"T H E GOVERNOR has
three routes he can take" said

special powers granted him by
the state constitution.
Besides, argued Fleming, if
there were any extra money, it
would be almost certain to go
to the 'University Health Cen-
ter. "It won't affect our bud-
get," he said.

to increased enrollment there,
Kennedy was not confident of
any higher appropriations, ei-
ther. "If we were to get the
extra money, it would of course
be very helpful. But I wouldnt
wane to take any bets on that
one, knowing the governor's
r%-t e " ,

Flemi
bill,
gainil
he ca
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ing. "He can veto the According to Richard Ken- """"'
or he can do some bar- nedy, University Vice Presi- EVEN IF THE money came
ng with the legislature, or dent for State Affairs, the mon- through, he added "none of
ey earmarked for the Heaalth .
in even accept the bill as Center is "catch-up" funding this will have very much Sig-
and trim it later" under to take care of extra costs due nificance for the average stu-
"A top loader used to food logs onto truck for houlinq"
Roll Your Own Burgers
2 pounders served with broasted potatoes
PLAIN-$1.85
each additional item $.20
Swiss Cheese American Creese
Blue Cheese Cheddar Cheese Mushrooms
Grilled Onions Bacon Lettuce & Tomatoes
Green Peppers Spaghetti Sauce
2800 Jackson Road

dent."
Both University officials
brushed away any suggestions
that a decrease in tuition can
be expected - no matter what
kind of funding Lansing pro-
vides the University.
"Oh, we'll see some improve-
ments in appropriations in the
next few years," said Kenne-
dy, "but I don't think they'll
be such that a decrease in tui-
tion will be possible."
Fleming was equally gloomy:
"If we can assume a contin-
uing inflationary economy," he
said, "there just isn't any
chance of a decrease."
The hardy Northmen sailing
in open boats reached Iceland,
Greenland and North America
in 1066.

T.V.
tonight
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asNEWS
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Steve's pblisher wants to
see him.
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12:00 2 MOVIE
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"And Soon the Darkness"
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"Bachelor Flat."
1:55 2 CONCERSATIONS
2:05 7 NEWS
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2:55 1I NEWS
3:25 2 NEWS
HERE'S A YARN
KANSAS CITY, Mo. {') - A
popular art workshop for chil-
dren here uses enough yarn
a year to link the Empire State
Building to t h e Washington
Monument.
The kids in the Crown Center
workshop, which is called "Ka-
eidoscope," consume 500 mile
of yarn in a year. They ats
use 56 miles of ribbon an
110,000 pompons.
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Volume LXXXVI No. 27-S
Friday, June 11, 1976
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streets. It's a river where
fish can't live.
You know what pollu-
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But not everyone does.
So the next time you see
pollution, don't close your
eyes to it.
Write a letter. Make a
call. Point itoutto someone
who can do something
about it.
People
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Ann Arbor Public Schools Notice
ATTENTION-voters in Ward 1,
Pct. 2, South Quad
Your POLLING PLACE for the ANNUAL
SCHOOL ELECTION, Monday, June 14,
1976 has been moved from South Quad
to West Quad, 541 Thompson Street.

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