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Page 2-The Michigan Daily/New Student Edition - Thursday, September 10, 1992

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men to eep htheRgeni Neal Nielsen (R-
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Th~D~iy ~ prod tob~ip~ youthisspeoel isue ~d w~~ialy inite y~.i o jcw~ br diz us ytsusidie theeductionofsohers
..~~~ crease the tuition package a studentd....
pays to ce t cost o financing
Hothers, e said. "Over 30 percent of
student's tuitin oes to paying the
not be raising tuition to the extent
that families have to pay the
Ad BVSfinancial aid of others."
U-M President James Duderstadt
NSE dve tise s' istsaid no tuition dollars are going di-
_____________________________________________________________e____y__t__f__nanreay tofinanial ad.iHesaidtuitio
goes into the general fund, out of
whfincial idd ootesWehuld

those who can afford their fair share
to do so. That is the great premise of
public education in America."
Nielsen said this budget puts too
much burden on middle-class stu-
dents, who are already struggling to
afford their education.
Regent Nellie Varner (D-Detroit)
said it is the responsibility of stu-
dents who can afford to attend the U-
M to help take care of those who
cannot.
"No one is happy about the tu-
ition increase, but people are con-
cerned about being able to attend the
university," she said. "Access has to
be a priority. What we are doing is
that if there is a family that is able to
pay a bigger portion of the tuition,
we ask them to pay it."
Nielsen said, "If we had no fi-
nancial aid at all, it would reduce
tuition by 20 percent."
Varner retorted, "If we had no fi-
nancial aid, it would be a school of
rich white kids and I wouldn't sit at
this table and support a school like
that."
Varner added that she thinks it is
unfair to make students feel that they
are at the U-M because someone else
is paying their tuition.

Regent Paul Brown (D-Petoskey)
agreed that access to the U-M is very
important.
"One thing that makes the uni-
versity what it is is economic diver-
sity as well as ethnic diversity," he
said. "It's better having students who
can't afford to go here insaddition to
those who can. If it ever happens
that people are unable to go here be-
cause they can't afford to, those who
can afford to come here will get less
of an education because of it."
Duderstadt pointed out that for
Michigan residents, tuition com-
prises about 30 percent of their ex-
penses, with books and housing
making up the majority of the cost.
Whitaker said although people
will feel the squeeze this year, this
budget should help the institution
financially for 1993-94.
Regent Philip Power (D-Ann
Arbor) praised this aspect of the
budget.
"It's not a one-year fix. Simply
raising tuition is a one-year fix," he
said. "This budget will provide the
University with a set of managerial
tools to do what it needs to do in line
with the available resources."

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A A TA ......................................................................................C ity,p.9
A drian's ............................................................................... Sports, p. 7
American Baptist Church......City, Religious Services Page, p.12
Ann Arbor Carpet Warehouse...................Sports, p. 9
Ann Arbor Church of Christ ........City, ..Religious Services Page, p.12
Ann Arbor Civic Theatre...........................................Entertainment, p. 6
Ann Arbor Stamp and Coin ..................................................... City, p. 9
Ann Arbor Theaters...................................................Entertainment, p.3
Ann Arbor Toyota.................News A, Car Page, p. 16
Apple Computers..............................................................News A, p. 18
Arcade Barber ............................................Sports, p. 8; University, p. 6
Argiero's.......City, p. 2; News A, Tastes of the World Page, p.7
Art Deco Design...................News A, Art Guide, p. 9
Artful Exchange...................News A, Art Guide, p. 9
Arthur Anderson .............................................................. News A, p. 18
Ascione Brothers.............University, Kerrytown Page, p. 2
Ashley's...................News B, State Street Page, pg. 5
Ayla & Co................................................................................C ity, p. 2
Bagel Factory............News A, South University Page, p. 14
Bell Tower ..................................................................... University, p. 5
Best Western ...................................................................... News A, p. 9
Bivouac....................News B, State Street Page, p. 4
Blades .................................................... News A, Arborland Page, p. 6
Blimpy Burger .........................................................................City, p. 3
Blind Pig .................................................................Entertainm ent, p. 8
Border's Bookstore ..................................................................City, p. 6
Boyd's Flowers..............University, Kerrytown Page, p. 2
Briarwood Management .......................................................... City, p. 6
Busch's Valueland ................................................................Sports, p. 4
Campus Bike and Toy ..........................................................Sports, p. 9
Campus Chapel ..............................City, Religious Services Page, p.12
Campus Information Center ..........................................University, p. 3
Canterbury House ..........................................................University, p. 5
Capelli's Salon...............News B, State Street Page, p. 4
Cardery ................................................... News A, Arborland Page, p. 6
Cardinal Cleaners.......University, p. 4; News A, Earth Page, p. 5
Carpenter Brothers.............................................................News A, p. 3
Carpet Barn..........................................University, Housing Page, p. 12
Casual Male..................News A, Arborland Page, p. 6
Children's Bookmark............News A, Arborland Page, p. 6
China Garden....................................................................... Sports, p. 7
Clarion Properties ................................University, Housing Page, p. 12
OZ1tIManageme t ........ .......................... ..............News A, p.9
College Tuition Consultants .........................................University, p. 6
Community Newscenter....................University, p. 4
Copi Properties .................................. University, Housing Page, p.12
Cottage Inn .........................................................................Sports, p.4
Council Travel .........................................................Entertainment, p.2;
..................................................News A, South University Page, p. 14
Counseling Services.....................................................University, p. 2
Crazy Wisdom Bookstore ........................................................ City, p. 2
Crown House of Gifts...........News B, State Street Page, p. 4
Cycle Cellar ........................................................Sports, p. 7; City, p. 8
Dascola...............Sports, p. 5; City, p. 9; University, p. 3
Department of Film and Video Studies...........News A, p. 12
Department of Recreational Sports ...........Sports, p. 7; University, p. 6
Dinersty..............News A, Tastes of the World Page, p. 7
Dining Services ..............................................................University, p. 2
Discount Records..............News B, State Street Page, p. 5
Dobbs...................University, Main Street Page, p. 7
Dollar Bill ....................................................................... N ew s A, p. 13
Earle................News A, Tastes of the World Page, p.7
Egypt Tours ............................................................................C ity, p. 4
Encore Studios..................University, Kerrytown, p. 2
Eric's Action Sports ............................................................. Sports, p. 4
EvangelTemple............City, Religious Services Page, p. 12
Fantasy Attic ....................................University, Main Street Page, p. 7
Fashions-N-Things............University, Kerrytown Page, p. 2
Film and Video Studies.....................News A, p. 12
First Church of Christ Science .......City, Religious Services Page, p.12
First Congregational Church ..........City, Religious Services Page, p.12
First of America...............University, p. 8; News A, p. 7
First Optometry................News A, Arborland Page, p. 6
First Presbyterian Campus Ministry .................................................
......................................................City, Religious Services Page, p. 12
First United Methodist Church ......City, Religious Services Page, p.12
Fishbone's.............News A, Tastes of the World Page, p. 7
Footprints..............News A, South University Page, p:.15
Forbidden City ........................................City, p. 4; Entertainment, p. 8
Fourth Avenue Birkenstock...............News A, Earth, p. 5
Freshen's Yogurt...............News A, Briarwood Page, p. 19
Fuller Apartments.............University, Housing Page, p. 12
Galleria................News A, South University Page, p. 15
Globe Furniture................................................................ News A, p. 19
Gold Bond Cleaners..............................News B, State Street Page, p. 5
G.P. Tripwog Properties.........University, Housing Page, p.12
Grace Bible Church........................City, Religious Services Page, p.12
Graduate Employees Organization..............News A, p. 16
Grand Illusion Gallery...............News A, Art Guide, p. 9
Greenpeace ..................................................... News A, Earth Page, p.S5
Gumby's ......................................................Sports, p. 9; News A, p. 18
Han Lee Tae Kwan Do .................... ........Sports, p.7

Harry's Army Surplus ..........................................................Sports, p. 7
HBP Limited ....................................................................News A, p. 13
Heidelberg.............News A, Tastes of the World Page, p.7
Herb David Guitar Studio................Entertainment, p. 2
Ho Lee Chow ........................................................................Sports, p. 9
Hudson's........... .......News A, Briarwood Page, p.19
Huron Hills Baptist Church .....City, Religious Services Page, p.1 2
1. Friedman's Co .................................News A, Earth Page, p.5

K ohl's ................................................................................N ew s A, p. 8
Kolossos . University, Main Street Page, p. 7; News A, Earth Page, p. 5
Kroger ........................................................................... N ew s A , p. 10
Lesbian Gay Male Program ................................................... City, p. 11
Leslie Office Supply................News A, Earth Page, p. 5
Liberty Street Video .................................................Entertainment, p. 2
Little Caesar's ........................................................Entertainment, p. 10
Lutheran Campus Ministry.....City, Religious Services Page, p.12
Mad Elf T-Shirts ......................................................Entertainment, p. 9
Manikas..................University, Main Street Page, p. 7
Master Tour and Travel..........News B, State Street Page, p. 5
Memorial Christian Church ...........City, Religious Services Page, p.12
Michigan Book and Supply ..........Sports, p. 2; Entertainment, pp. 2,4;
.......................................University, p. 6; News B, p. 6; News A, p. 8;
.......................................................News A, Earth Page, p. 5, 9, and 12
Michigan Language Center..................University, p. 6
Michigan League.........News A, Tastes of the World Page, p. 7
Michigan National Bank .......................................................... City, p. 5
Michigan Student Assembly ........................................University, p. 11
Michigan Union Bookstore ... Sports, p. 6; City, p. 11; University, p. 9;
........................................................................ News A, Earth Page, p. 5
Michigan Where House Records............Entertainment, p. 7;
.........................................................................News A, Earth Page, p. 5
Modern Management.............University, Housing Page, 12
M oe's Sports.........................................................................Sports, p. 5
Movie Poster Gallery............News B, State Street Page, p. 5
Mr. Stadium.................University, Housing Page, p. 12
Mrs. Peabody ...........................................................Entertainment, p. 3
Nationwide Warehouse ............................................................City, p. 2
New Grace Apostolic............City, Religious Services Page, p.12
Office of Minority Affairs ...........................................University, p. 10
Old Ball Park..................News A, Arborland Page, p. 6
Old German Restaurant ........... News A, Tastes of the World Page, p. 7
Old Fashioned Soup Kitchen ...........University, Main Street Page, p. 7
One on One Athletic Club...................News A, p. 18
Origins Gallery....................News A, Art Guide, p. 9
Packaging Store.....................News A, Earth Page, p. 5
Packard Road Baptist Cmrch................University, p. 3
Parthenon .........................................University, Main Street Page, p. 7
Pastabilites.................University, Kerrytown Page, p. 2
People's Food Cooperative............News A, Earth Page, p. 5
Personal Attack Alarm.....................................................News A, p.16
Pizzeria Unos............News A, South University Page, p. 14
PJ's Records.............................................................Entertainment, p. 2
Post Realty.................University, Housing Page, p. 12
Pound House ............................................................................ City, p. 4
Prime Student Housing..........University, Housing Page, p. 12
Princeton Review.........News A, South University Page, p. 14
Pro Golf Discount .................................................................Sports, p. 3
Putt Putt Golf and Games ..................................Entertainment, p. 3
Real Estate Partnerships..................News A, p. 3 &12
Regency Travel...............News B, State Street Page, p. 4
Richardson's Optical............New B, State Street Page, p. 4
Saint Andrew's Church...........City, Religious Services Page, p. 12
Saint Mary's Student Parish.. City, p. 3; Religious Services Page, p. 12
Scam p Pets.........................................................................N ew s A, p. 3
Schlanderer's Jewelers......News A, South University Page, p. 15
Schlenker's Hardware ........................University, Main Street Page, p.7
Schoolkid's Records .......................................Entertainment, pp. 5 & 9
Seventh Avenue...............News B, State Street Page, p. 5
Seventh Day Adventist Church ......City, Religious Services Page, p.12
Shaman Drum....................News B, State Street Page, p. 4
Society Bank ............................................................................City, p. 9
Stamos Travel...............University, Kerrytown Page, p. 2
State DiscountCity, p. 7; News B, State Street Page, p. 4; News A, p. 20
State Street Sports ...............................News B, Main Street Page, p. 4
Stein & Goetz ..........................................................................Sports, 8
Steve's Lunch............News A, South University Page, p. 14
Student Bike Shop ................................................................Sports, p. 5
Subway................News A, South University Page, p. 14
Sze Chaun West ...................................................................... City, p. 7
Tau Beta Pi ........................................................................... Sports, p. 7
Teleservices ............................................................................. City, p. 4
Tio's.................News A, Tastes of the World Page, p.7
Touchdown Cafe .......................................................Entertainment, p.5
Transcendental Meditation Society ................News A, Earth Page, p. 5
Tree of Life.................................................................U niversity, p. 3
Trinity Presbyterian Church ...........City, Religious Services Page, p.12
Ulrich's.................Sports, pp. 3 & 10; City, pp. 5 & 8;
...............Entertainment, pp. 6 & 9; University, p. 4 & 5; News B, p. 8;
...........News A, Earth Page, p. 5; South University Page, p. 14, and 7
UM Ballroom Dance Club................Entertainment, p. 8
UM Business School of Administration ........................University, p. 8
UM Computing Center ...................................News A, Earth Page, p. 5
UM Eating Disorders .....................................................University, p. 5
UM Flyers ......................................................................University, p. 5
UM Housing................University, Housing Page, p. 12
U Libraries .....................................................................University, p. 5
UM Surplus ..........................................University, Housing Page, p.12
UM Volunteer Services ................................................University, p. 2
Universal Car Wash................News A, Car Page, p. 16
University Medical Center.........................................University, p. 11
U Musical Society ....................................................Entertainment, p. 6

University Activities Center......Entertainment, p. 8; News A, p. 3
University Lutheran Chapel ..........City, Religious Services Page, p. 12
University TPowers ........................................................University, p. 6;
...................................................News A, South University Page, p. 14
Van Buren..................News B, State Street Page, p. 5
Varsity Terrace.........................University, Housing Page, p. 12
Village Apothecary......4................................University, p. 3

W il"A nca1UU1 Ul mlonefy is also
drawn.
"None of the tuition of students is
going to pay for the tuition of oth-
ers," he said. "We are just asking

POLITICS
Continued from Page 1
champion hockey team in the airport
and then flew to Waukesha, Wis.,
before returning to Michigan for
more politicking at Labor Day
events in the Detroit enclave of
Hamtramck.
Michigan is a pivotal state for
this November's presidential elec-
tion, said Detroit Mayor Coleman

Young, a Democrat, who introduced
Gore.
"Michigan is a must win state,"
he said. "We can't win without
carrying Michigan."
In addition to the labor-related as-
sues directed toward the union-
dominated crowd, Gore also dis-
cussed Clinton's plans to guarantee
higher education for all high school
graduates.
"Every young man and woman

... will have the door to a college
education opened for them regard-
less of family's ability to pay," he
said.
Clinton proposes that students
pay back the cost of a higher educa-
tion loan either through designating
a percentage of their taxes once they
begin working, or by working for
their home state after graduation.
-Associated Press contributed
to this report

BUSH
Continued from page 1
conceded the nation's economy "is
lousy." But he said it wasn't his
fault. "We're in a global recession,"
he said.
Later, campaigning in New
Jersey, Bush appeared to take an-
other "no new taxes" pledge like
the 1988 campaign promise he

broke. "I went along with one
Democratic tax increase and I'm not
going to do it again. Ever. Ever."
Bush's address today will repre-
sent the first major weighing in of
James Baker - the former secretary
of state turned chief of staff and po-
litical Mr. Fix-it - on a critical
policy issue.
Still, the speech represents just
the latest in a string of Bush ad-

dresses that have been billed in ad-
vance as presenting prescriptions to
cure an ailing economy.
In fact, a new Washington Post-
ABC poll gave Democrat Bill
Clinton a 20-point margin - 54
percent to 34 percent - when voters
were asked which candidate would
be better able to deal with the
economy.

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REDESIGN
Continued from page 1
students in handling problems
ranging from first-year students with
concerns about their residence hall
to graduating seniors who could not
get the classes they need to graduate.
Former Associate Vice President
for Student Affairs Royster Harper
will head the new office located in
the third floor of the Michigan
Union. She will oversee three
associate deans - Delores Sloan,
associate dean of counseling and
planning, Richard Carter, associate
dean of multicultural affairs, and
Frank Cianciola, associate dean of
students.
Hartford said the office may
move to the first floor of the Union
depending on student needs.
However, the three associate
deans came from other U-M
departments. The university is not
planning on filling their vacated
posts.
Associate Dean of Students
Frank Cianciola said he hoped the
new structure will bring a more
personal atmosphere to campus.
"I think it's being restructured to
bring a more human-size scale to the
university," Cianciola said. "This is
a very diverse place and there are
COUNCIL
Continued from page 1
"The problem was that there was
an anointed candidate," Zimmer
said. "Nobody else was going to be
considered."
Hanna-Davies, meanwhile, said
her first priority is to go door-to-
door and listen to her constituents.
She cited affordable housing as a
primary concern. "I hope I can be a
voice for justice," she said.
Mayor Liz Brater said of
Coleman, "I'm very sad to see her
go. She's made a deep commitment
to the council and community."
Coleman sponsored the city's
Domestic Partnership Ordinance,
,which allows gay men, lesbians and
unmarried heterosexuals to register
their relationships in City Hall.
Hanna-Davies will be officially
sworn in at the Sept. 21 council
meeting.
I~P nIf

plenty of opportunities for students
to fall between the cracks and Vice
President Hartford's intention is to
put together a visible office to assist
them in having a better educational
experience while they are here."
"There has been no office with a
central focus for (serving students),"
Hartford said. "We're looking at the
Dean of Students office to function
as a student assistance center and the
focus there will be to have a group

received any feedback on the
restructuring, since it occurred only
a few weeks ago, but he said he is
optimistic.
"I think we will get a positive
reaction from students because we
will be in a position to make things
happen with them," Cianciola said.
Despite this idea, some minority
students on campus feel that their
concerns are likely to get the short
shrift.

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'I think it's being restructured to bring a
more human-size scale to the university.'
- Frank Cianciola,
associate dean of Students

of senior Student Affairs staff who
are generalists and who could help
either students or student organiza-
tions with problems, programming,
or referrals."
However, the reorganization has
sparked concern around the
University. Students and student
groups are upset that the changes
were made without sufficient student
input, and many are worried that
consolidating certain services will
not lead to their improvement.
Cianciola said he had not

"The multicultural Dean will in-
clude so many different groups that
I'm afraid issues of minority stu-
dents will be marginalized," said
Joanne Shen, a Minority Peer
Advisor at Alice Lloyd in the fall.
Cianciola said some student
dissent was anticipated.
"We're at a university, so I
suspect there may be a variety of
issues students may address,"
Cianciola said.
- Daily News Editor Andrew
Levy contributed to this report.

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