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May 06, 1981 - Image 11

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Suspects arrested in
dorm burglaries
Police arrested two Ann Arbor men car after a Mosher-Jordan resident
outside East Quad dormitory early last claimed that Aldridge and Sunday had,
Friday after they allegedly looted looted his dorm room earlier that mor-
seven rooms in the dorm that had been ning. The student said when he entered
left unlocked. his room one of the suspects was using
Ann Arbor police Sgt. Harold Tinsey his telephone. They ran from his room
noted that some of the students were and the student followed them to the
asleep in their rooms when the alleged second floor, then saw them drive off in
thieves entered the rooms. Timothy the car.
Adridge, 18, and Manuel Sunday, 19, Police said the two men arrested are
were picked up as they got into their connected with several other dorm
car, which was reported stolen in room burglaries. Ann Arbor Police
Oakland County late last month. Chief William Corbett said their arrest
UNIVERSITY SECURITY and Ann is expected to clear up a series of dorm
Arbor police had been looking for the room lootings.

The Michjgan Ppily;-Vedne day, May 6 , 981--Poge 1
Shapiro testifies
before Senate
University President Harold Shapiro, ces for economic recovery through im-
appearing before a congressional sub- proved scientific and technological ad-
committee last month, warned senators vances.
that the Reagan administration's "RESEARCH THAT has served the
proposed cuts in the National Science country well for three decades has not
Foundation budget and university been replaced, it seems, by the Office of
research "threatens our (America's) Management and Budget unilaterally
long run economic renewal." calling the shots to the likely detriment
In testimony before the Senate Sub- of all science," Shapiro told senators.
committee on Science, Technology, and "U.S. universities are the country's
Space, Shapiro sharply criticized the main source of new knowledge and
proposed NSF cuts, insisting that the highly trained people," Shapiro said.
cuts in scientific research would cripple "Budgetary policies which unwisely
U.S. ability to keep pace with inter- harm their ability to discharge these
national scientific development. This, responsibilities will adversely affect
Shapiro said, would hamper U.S. chan- the quality of our national life."

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