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Page 6- The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, October 22, 1985

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Survey
says
College is
too costly
NEW YORK (AP) - More adult
Americans say they want to start
college or return to it, but three out of
four believe college costs are headed
out of the average person's reach, ac-
cording to an annual survey released
yesterday.
A random telephone survey of 1,004
adults between Sept. 27 and Oct. 7
cosponsored by the Council for Ad-
vancement and Support of Education
and the New England Board of Higher
Education found 40.4 percent said
they "intend or hope to complete ad-
ditional schooling," up from 26.8 per-
cent in 1982.
BUT MORE than two-thirds said
that if they chose to begin or return to
school, they'd attend a vocational-
technical school, a four-year public
college, or a two-year community or
jwgior college - all generally cheaper
than private colleges.
P Slightly more than 10 percent said
"they'd choose a four-year private
college.
:Seventy-seven percent said they
~agreed with the statement that
"college costs are rising at a rate
which will put college out of the reach
" of most people." And 50.1 percent said
they felt less able to pay for college
today than five years ago, while 48.2
-percent said they were better able,
and the remaining 1.7 percent said
they weren't sure.
The study also found erosion in the
public's support for federal aid to
middle income students, with nearly
82 percent favoring such loans, down
from 85.9 percent in 1984, and from
nearly 90 percent in 1983.
Support for federal grants to low-
income students also declined, with
84.4 percent in favor, down from 87.4
percent the previous year.

'U' to appoint group
to review research

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posed to be announced at the end of
September. Wilson attributed the
delay to inexperience, having
assumed her position only one month
ago.
"The committee is suffering
through my initial days here," she
said, adding that her busy schedule
has prevented her from calling poten-
tial nominees "except at hours they'd
find unacceptable."
"We're not going to tell the commit-
tee how to do its work," Wilson said,
explaining that its specific agenda
will be left to the discretion of the
chairman.
IN RESPONSE to questions raised
yesterday in a letter to her from
the Michigan Student Assembly,
Wilson said the committee will be
responsible for determining how
much input it receives from the
University community.
She would not comment on whether
or not the meetings will be open to the
public.
Although Wilson said her office has
not decided on the panel's student
members, she said the final appoin-
tees would have experience in resear-
ch issues, and will have served on past
committees "in a statesmenlike
way."
ACCORDING TO Eric Schnauffer,

MSA's personnel director, the assem-
bly's nominees for the student mem-
bers of the panel - bio-chemistry
graduate student Marisala Velez and
law student Sean Laane - have ex-
tensive experience in both biological
and social science research.
Wilson, however, said her office
would give MSA's nominees no more
weight than the nominees submitted
by the individual governments of all
University schools and colleges.
In other action yesterday, the
Research Policies Committee tabled
a proposed revision in the existing
policy for reviewing classified
research proposals. The, revision
would have imposed a 15-day deadline
on the Classified Review Panel to ac-
cept or reject classified projects
before they are sent to RPC.
CURRENTLY, the panel, which is
composed of two faculty members
and one student, has no time limit on
its deliberations, but RPC members
felt such a cap would help professors
meet deadlines for submitting final
proposals to sponsoring agencies.
Economics Prof. Thomas Juster
explained that faculty members are
often slow in meeting deadlines, and a
slow review of a project could cause a
professor to miss the deadline and a
chance to do his research.

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A partheid .Associated Press'
A car burns in Cape Town, South Africa yesterday as racial unrest continues. The car stopped against the wall
of a house after it was set afire and rolled down a hill. At least two other car burnings took place yesterday in
the same area.
Court temporarily reinstates editor

CIA to face protest ta
(Continued from age 1)

(Continued from Page 1)
outcome will be the same," he said.
"If they fire her again, it'll stand,"
said Chris Greenlee, The South End's
managing editor, explaining that the
board will not violate the law again with
a closed meeting.
"The main thing was to get her back
into the office immediately," he said.
GREENLEE is one of two editors
who temporarily quit The South End

in protest of Maceroni's firing.
Maceroni first took WSU to court
Oct. 15, charging that her First
Amendment rights had been violated.
She maintains that as editor, she
has the right to decide what is and is
not printed.
"Maybe now that the University has
seen that the board has acted
illegally, maybe their stance will

change. Maybe they'll compromise
with Patti," said Mike Katz, the
South End's sports editor.
Both Maceroni and her attorney
have expressed a desire to settle the
entire matter out of court. Minock
suggested that talks be set up to
discuss "how much control the
University . . . should have over the
content of the student newspaper.

AN UNDERLYING issue of recent
protests has been freedom of speech.
The University's Board of Regents
condemned the CIA protesters last
November, saying their actions
restrict the rights of students who
sought interviews. Individual regents
have criticized protesters at a campus
speech by Vice President George
Bush earlier this month, saying they
violated the rights of others to hear
the speech.
But Weinstein doesn't agree, "If the
Mafia wanted to recruit, we wouldn't

let them. If the PLO wanted to recruit
here, we wouldn't let them. Why
should we let the CIA, which is the
largest of these kinds of organizations,
recruit? There is no freedom of
speech to recruit terrorists."
Opponents of the CIA have
criticized the agency for illegally
mining harbors in Nicaragua, as well
as aiding the Contras in Nicaragua
and helping overthrow the government
in Chile.

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LOST & FOUND

FOR SALE

DORM DOINGS

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by copiers. REWARD for Return! Call 769-3159.
89A1024
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19" COLOR TV $175.663-78201 year old. 82B1025
1980 PINTO - 82,000 miles, good condition,
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after 5:00. 73B1024

TARDA' presents its annual science fiction and
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Union. Admission with costume $2, without
costume $3. 83D1025

DORM DOINGS

GREEK GAB

FOR SALE

IS IT TRUE You Can Buy Jeeps for $44 through
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STUDENT SERVICES
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PERSONAL

DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Edited by Trude Michel Jaffe

ACROSS
1 Home of Tenny-
son's lily maid
8 Graduate exam
12 Worsted fabric
13 Kind of pass
16 University of-
ficials
17 Dancer from
Omaha
18 "- we down-
hearted?"
19 Become
useless
21 Objects for
recycling
23 Loki's son
-4 Hummocks
25 Golf pro Jim
27 Give a title
29 Distance of
R some wins
'30 Money, in
Lisbon
a32 Existing: Lat.
44 Rise, like a
' Lippizaner
-35 Charges
36 Supplicate
.39 Bridge play
42 Shopping area
-43 Pertaining to a
period
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game
'47 "With - and
a bound":
Coleridge
.49 "- boy
-W1 Ending with lob
or mob
-52 Words of en-
couragement
.55 Frigid

4 Cockney's
abode
5 Duck follower
6 Composer
Dvorak
7 Person who
leaves a will
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son's Tarka
9 States of being
prepared
10 Musical
passages
11 Munificence
13 Not yet
14 Can or tray
15 Tenant
20 Ironstone and
tinstone
22 James Bond,
for one
26 Herbs
28 Appearance
31 Oasis tidbit
33 Exigency
35 Like some
coffee
36 Western
Americans
37 Kind of sheet
38 New Jersey
capital

39 Name in
fashions
40 Pall
41 Important
person in
November
44 New Zealand
trees

46 People who
never give up
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50 Macaw
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54 Dutch com-
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Meeting on Wednesday from 10:30-12 noon.
Limited opening, for more information call
764-8312. 64F1025
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MEN'S WORKSHOP - WOMEN'S WORKSHOP.
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STUDENT PHONATHON CALLERS WANTED -
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Callers will be paid $4.00 per hour plus nightly in-
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October 22-25. The University of Michigan is a
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WANTED - 4 Purdue tickets. Call Steve
764-2822. NCQ1028
DESPERATELY WANTED. OSU/Michigan

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