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Ninety-five years of editorial, freedom

Vol. XCV, No. 26-S

Copyright 1985

Tuesday, July 9, 1985 Fifteen Cents Twelve Pages
'U' postpones decision

on tuitic
By KERY MURAKAMI
University students will have to
wait until the beginning of August to
find out how much they'll be paying
for tuition next fall.
The University's executive officers
decided last Wednesday to postpone
asking the Board of Regents to ap-
prove a University budget - in-
cluding any increases in tuition - un-
til the board's regularly scheduled
meeting Aug.1 and 2.
Administrators planned to call a
special meeting of the regents today
to adopt a budget, but delays by the
state legislature in deciding the
University's share of the state budget
make it impossible to come up with
budget recommendtions to the regen-
ts in time, said Robert Sauve,
assistant vice president for academic
affairs.
A conference committee made up of
both houses of the legislature could
agree on a state higher education
budget as soon as Wednesday, but'
Sauve said, "There's no way possible

)n until August
regents in when all they were going to
do was set the budget," said Roberta
Palmer, assistant vice president for
state relations.
Palmer said the University's ad-
ministrators had planned to have the
special meeting today, because they
hoped the legislature would make its
decision before the July 4 recess - as is
usually the case.
But Palmer, who has been
following the legislature's progress,
said it had become tied up in non-
budgetary matters - such as in-
creasing tax revenues to help pay for
renovating Cobo Hall - and did not
expect them to meet until tomorrow.
Depending on how much work the
legislators have done informally
during the recess, Palmer said the
University's state appropriations
could be decided on Wednesday, but
cautioned that it could stretch into
... delay not a problem next week.
Further complicating the Univer-
to come up with a budget in that short sity's ability to set its budget is the
of a time." departure of University President
"It just didn't make sense to call the See LEGISLATURE, Page 3

'U' MEDICAL STUDENTS HONORED
Research program selects five

By KATIE WILCOX
Daily Photo by DARRIAN SMITH Five University medical students
Pam pered pleasure were chosen for the first Research
Scholars Program sponsored by the
Two-year-old John Oliver displays the coolest in summer wear for the Howard Hughes Medical Institute and
toddler set while he waits for the weather to cool on East Liberty Street the National Institutes of Health,
yesterday. making the University the only school
nationwide to contribute more than
Council discusses role one student to the program.
"It's a great honor for both the
students and the University of
as U' Sup reme Court Michigan," said Prof. Charles Ellis, a
chairman of the committee on
By KERY MURAKAMI recommendations. medical student research. "I think it
Under a proposal being discussed LAST TUESDAY, the council heard is unprecedented that one school
by the University Council, the nine- a draft, drawn up by social work Prof. should receive so many scholars."
member panel would act as the Ann Bartman, on the role the council GREGORY FOX, Gary Gottesman,
University's "Supreme Court," said should play in upholding and creating Norman Hogikyan, Michael Myers,
cunilcairs ma Lpee Winke"ma d University rules. and Maitrary Patel are among the 25
After almost eight months of Under Hartman's plan, based on students chosen for up to 12 months of
Aiscussios eit mrte s wor g council discussions, the council would research training in the National In-
discussions since it started working not try and "reinvent the wheel" or stitutes of Health laboratories in
academic conduct, the council began rewrite all the rules of every depar- Bethesda, Md. They will work with
two weeks ago to write drafts of its See 'U,' Page 4 top scientists in molecular genetics,

'I think it is unprecedented that one school
should receive so many scholars.'
- Prof. Charles Ellis
immunology, metabolic control, and teaching laboratories at the NIH
neurosciences, and other fields. campus.
The goal of the program is to en- A Hughes Research Institute has
courage biomedical research in the been planned at the University and
U.S., and the Hughes Institute is will be located in the Medical Resear-
donating $10.5 million for the first five ch Building, now under construction.
years. This will pay for salary and NIH is the federal government's
support of scholars, building major biomedical research agency
renovations and construction of and is involved in research and
residential quarters, and classroom training around the country.

OPEC Swelter Black Flag
Oil cartel may be down and out, Hazy, hot and humid with high Not ant and roach killer.
but it will come back. near 90. Scattered thundershowers. Arts, Page 8
Opinion, Page 5

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