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Legislature
iplit over hi
in cigarette
,,LANSING (UPI) - The House did FAILURE TC
wli4 the Senate failed to do yesterday legislative actin
nd passed a hike in Michigan's per forced Miller
k cigarette tax - an item considered tment, a mov
the first and least sensitive part of Gov. described as "e
William Milliken's budget balancing The increase,
li $500 million ca
he House voted 61-25 on the bill $50s w as
fers, w as p
yfici increasesd the cigarette tax to 21 million betwee
centss perpack from 11 cents. Earlier, bo milli
the Senate tied 17-17 on its own version iupte5 milni
df'the tax hike. Attempts to reconsider State Ta
t.e.bill failed and the upper chamger however, that
s ehduled an unusual session today. staff will b
bootlegging an
WE SENATE must now consider the connected with
House bill. the tax is signe
afthte budget officials were anxiously have one of th
awaiting passage of the cigarette tax nation and hav
bilR the Senate, under the state Con- rate than surro
stttion, must wait five days before Meanwhile,
ting on the House measure. said it probab
vote will be allowed Tuesday, prior before an agre
.¢a meeting later in the week betweeen major eleme
Budget Director Gerald Miller and Wall element of th
4roet financial houses to achieve a plans, a temp
,building projects loan for the state. income tax.

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O ready the bill for final
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n May 1 and Sept. 30 and
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n.
ury officials warned,
additional enforcement
e needed to prevent"
d other illegal activities
high cigarette taxes. If
d into law, Michigan will
he highest levies in the
ve a substantially higher
unding states.
a state budget official
ly would be next week
ement is reached on the
nt of the governor's
he governor's revenue
orary hike in the state's

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:,second faculty analysis

re-evaluates MRC
profitable appli
SContinued from Page 1) That awarene
ity!'s Institute of Science and both here and a
Technology-is a follow-up to last country, Univer
tummer's original suggestion. The report r
-THE REPORT, dubbed the Hancock support for the
report, takes both a critical and yet the state, the Ur
stipportive view of the proposed MRC. businesses. It
,While the paper pointed out that it vestment of $20
would be possible for the University to to establish the
accomplish the same ends without the to identify potel
creation of a corporation, it concluded development.
that the University's administrative An additiona
bureaucracy would probably make nually will be n
such an effort less practical. poration's ea
The authors state that a new strue- states. The pa
wture, such-as the MRC, Would best serve University ask
the University's need for aiding faculty about $1.2 Viilli
members~to market their new ideas or of the project,
concepts to businesses. consistent wit
'ACCORDING to aerospace trying to impr
eiigireering Prof. Robert Howe, who climate in Mich
advised Hancock and-Crocket during -RESEARCHI
tfIir study, the report says that "even hard sciences
though it's legally possible to (curren- research hav
tly)-accomplish the goals of promoting plications, are
tehnology transfer .(between the tive of the MR
(niversity and industry), the likelihood chers in fields
of substantially changing the Univer- ces, whose wor
cit's present structure is not good, so plications, the p
an alternative such as the MRC should Members of
ie'seriously considered." Engineering Cc
°'The University's track record for to see the MR
4aiking, aggressive changes in the while memb
present level of University/Industry in- faculty-with
tergetion hasn't been very good, added research orient
,gdwe, who chaired the group that last University/ind
'3tear made the original MRC proposal. negative light, 1
HOWE SAID many faculty members The authors
*have expressed the feeling that the tivity may be
University has allowed its support of with an increa
teclnology to slip significantly in the applied reset
past 20 years and that the University copyrights, an
lias fallen far behind its peer in- On the other h
0stitutions in gaining the support of in- plied research
dustry for its academic and research the interests o
-programs. in the applied so
'In addition, supporters of the MRC
,believe that the University could gain
Iftstantially greater revenues through
patenting, copyrighting, or licensing
*failty members' research develop-
ments:
According to Hancock's figures, the Acti0
University presently earns about
$200,000 annually through licensing.
That money is divided according to the F A
University's patent policy, with 20 per- C
cent going to the inventor, 40 percent to C
the inventor's department, and 40 per-
4'nt to the budget of the University vice S
p ident for research. Fc
0 -e new report says that many other
-niversities have more generous patent B
plicies, with a greater amount of the
:rofit being paid to the original author. 4"
.4 THE REPORT also points out that
'faculty members here have a general 2 bloc
_ck of knowledge about patent policies
and the potential their ideas have for

plans
cations.
ess, however, is growing
t universities across the
sity officials have said.
ecommends that initial
MRC should come from
niversity, and interested
calls for an initial in-
0,000 by the University
corporation and allow it
ntial areas for profit and
i $100,000 per project an-
ecessary during the cor-
rly years, the report
aper suggests that the
the state of Michigan for
ion annually for support
arguing that the MRC is
.h the state's goals of
ove the overall business
higan.
ERS in fields such as the
and engineering, whose
e more industrial ap-
likely to be more suppor-
C plan than are resear-
such as the social scien-
rk has few industrial ap-
paper pointed out.
the Medical School or
ollege faculty are likely
IC's focus "positively,"
ers of the science
a "pure," or basic,
ation-may tend to view
ustry interaction in a
the report states.
add that "scholarly ac-
slightly more difficult
se in orientation toward
arch where patents,
d licensing are involved.
and, an increase in ap-
may more fully serve
those faculty members
cience fields."

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Large2 room efficiency on Packard available May 1,
fall option, $250, 662-5510. 10U0401
Single bedroom available to woman for Spring-
Summer sublet in large furnished apartment. Asking
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CAMPUS: One bedroom, furnished apt. No pets,
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Law students seeking 2 graduate or mature un-
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Convenient, $200/month. Call after 6 p.m. 662-3814.
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THE CONTEMPORARY
DIRECTIONS ENSEMBLE
CARL ST. CLAIR, Musical Director
Presenting their first concert after
their successful New York debut
Saturday, April 3 8:00 p.m.
Rackham Acditorium
admission free
Works by: Wuorinen, Dallapiccola, Varese, Druckman & Corigliano
Special Guest Soloist: JOHN McCOLLUM, Tenor
'filted with dedicated artistry . .. a splendid performance, "
JOHN GUINN, the Detroit Free Press
"furious virtuosity .., a delight,"
BERNARD HOLLAND, the New York Times
Included among the Free Press' Ten Best Music Events of 1981

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