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The Michigan Daily - Friday, February 15, 1985-- Page 5

Bryant Jensen

Blanchard
to speak at
graduation
ceremonies
(Continued from Page 1)
and unpredictable, according to Ken-
nedy.
"IT IS AN interesting process in
which it is not unusual that we contact
several potential speakers at the same
time. It is especially tricky when public
figures are involved and their
schedules have to be juggled," said
Kennedy.
The process occurs in two stages.
First the Honorary Degree Committee,
which is composed of several executive
officers, faculty members and two
student representatives, chooses
eligible candidates for honorary
degrees nominated from any Univer-
sity source.
Once candidates are approved by the
committee, President Harold Shapiro,
the committee's chairman, presents
the names to the regents for a second
approval.
"THEN IT is a matter of when
schedules coincide with the commen-
cement and whether the President
believes the person will make a good
speaker or not," said Shortt.
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Candidates await
mayoral primary
(Continued from Page 1) how to remedy this situation.
Pierce also said he would consider All of the candidates say they do not
looking for changes to make in the in- want to raise taxes, but each brings a
come tax structure "to see where we different approach to the situation. The
can (do) some kind of tax shifting." He Democratic candidates admit that a
said an entertainment tax is another tax increase may be a necessary evil,
possibility but would require state but neither say they would implement

ariroaa in israei.
Please send me more
information.

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legislation.
Jensen said he believes lowering
taxes would help foster a fairer city
housing policy. He said he recognizes
that currently the city isn't providing
"fair and equitable" housing to its
residents but declined to be specific on

one.
University polling places for the
primary will include the Michigan
Union, Mosher-Jordan, Stockwell,
Markley, East Quad, and South Quad.
To request more information, voters
can call the Ann Arbor city clerk.

-stfutLres

Regents confirm increase
in residence hall rates

(Continued from Page 1)
space."
Students in family housing units will
pay an additional dollar per month for
services to the Ann Arbor Board of
Education, Hughes said.
IN OTHER ACTION a vote was post-
poned on whether or not to allow the
Public Interest Research Group In
Michigan (PIRGIM) to continue
soliciting funds through a check off
system. The regents will vote today.
PIRGIM's contract with the
University runs out April 30 and the

student group is seeking a year exten-
sion to give it more time to look into
other methods of funding.
Steve Angeloti, a sixth year physics
major, opposed PIRGIM's request at
the public comments session yesterday.
He compared the group's request for
more time with the situation of a
"student who has two months to do a
paper and on the last day asks for an
extension."
"The (PIRGIM funding) committee
should've started a year ago," Angeloti
said.

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Fri., Sat., Feb. 15-16, 8:00 p.m.
Sun., Feb. 17, 3:00 p.m.
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tickets available at Michigan Union Ticket World
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