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Summer Weekly Edition'
Ninety-six years of editorial freedom

Vol. XCVI - No. 9-S

Copyright 1986

I Ann Arbor, Michigan - Friday, July 18, 1986

Twelve Pages

'U' proposes tuition increass
By PHILIP LEVY business administration, medical, and law schools. These Blanchard threatened to veto the University's appropriation
The University Board of Regents is expected to approve this :schools raise tuition more than other schools because they ha- from the state if administrators raise tuition by more than 4.3
morning .a 4.3 percent tuition increase for in-state un- ye additional costs, such as higher faculty salaries, percent - the state's estimated inflation rate last January.
dergrsduates, and an eight percent hike for out-of-staters. Business school tuition would go up by an average of around The University's budget proposed at yesterday's regents
With the increases, in-state tuition will rise to $1,137 per term ten percent, medical school by 9.2 percent, and law, school by meeting complied with Blanchard's request. While most
for freshmen and sophomores, and to $1,260 for juniors and nine percent, if approved by the board. regents plan to approve the budget, at least two board mem-
seniors. - THE UNIVERSITY has frozen in-state tuition for the past hers raised objections.
OUT-OF-STATE tuition will cost $3,924 (freshmen and two years while raising out-of-state rates by seven and then Regent Desne Baker (R-Ann Arbor) opposed the tuition cap,
sophomores) and $4,223 (juniors and seniors). eight percent. hecause he said it violated the University's right to set its own
The regents are also expected to raise graduate and For three years, Gov. James Blanchard has used political tuition.
professional school tuition by eight percent - except for the pressure to force schools to limit in-state tuition. This year, See ADMINISTRATION, Psge 11
.1 Panel may wan



By MARTIN FRANK 1972, restrict classified research but derway on campus, with a budget of
A committee that has reviewed the do not ban it; they prohibit resear- around $370,000.
University's classified research ch which cannot be published within a According to former engineering
guidelines will recommend a virtual, yesr of its completion ss well as those dean James Duderstadt, the
ban on classified research, according proposals would also not affect military
to sources on the committee. research, some of which is classified.
The committee's report, which will For excerpts from LSA's "OTHER universities around the
be presented to University President Bu ibo o country do much more militarsaodSaioiry etfwdyrsac hnwedee huhalw eerhr cest msins eot e ae te andi casfe eerh
classified documents, but would for- 10. so I don't think the report will have
bid them from working on classified much of an effect on military resear-
projects. ch in the future," said Duderstadt,
"NO DOCUMENT can satisfy that "endanger human life." who currently serves as vice
everybody but I am satisfied with it, If approved by the Board of Regen- president for academic affairs and
as is the majority of the committee, ts, the committee's recommendations provost.
and that's why I signed it," said one will barely impact the University's But the proposed ban represents a
committee member. overall research budget. Currently, strong moral statement. Campus ac-
The current guidelines, adopted in only two classified projects are un- See REPORT, Page 3
Coach deni1es J oubert
needed 'B' to be eigible.
By DAVE ARETHA grade point average to compete. (Joisbert) is all okay- that he's
The controversy over Michigan The Detroit Free Press reported taking summer classes and is working
basketball guard Antoine Jouhert's Tuesday that Jouhert "retained his towards his degree."
academics has taken a bizarre twist. eligibility to play after achieving a Hoey and Jouhert could not he
The widely-publicized report that 'B' in psychology thts summer." resched for comment.
Joubert needed a "B" in a spring The Free Press would not reveal its Hammer said the only reason
term psychology class to he eligible to sources. Joubert is taking summer classes is to
play next season is just a wild The Daily, however, lesrned Mon- remain on a pace to graduate in four
rumor, according to Michigan day that Joubert got a C-plus years. According to NCAA rules, an
assistant coach Dave Hammer. spring term class, Psychology 444: athlete must "stay on this four-year
Hammer said Joubert was never in Perception. Michigan head coach Bill pace in order to maintain his
any significant danger of losing his Frieder said the Athletic Depar- eligibility.
eligibility, and added that he has no tment's academic advisor, George "THEY CAN'T he on a five-yesr
idea where the "B" in psychology Hoey, confirmed the grade. pace," said Hammer. "They have to
'story started, "I TALKED TO George Hoey and have a certain amount of hours when
UNDER UNIVERSITY regulations, George said he got a C-plus they're a sophomore, when they're a
student athletes must maintain a 2.0 spring," Frieder said. "Goorge said see JOUBERT'S, Page 12

StrkeDoiy Photo by CHRISTWG
Kevin Jones Stewart. a cook at Couzens dorm, pickets outside the Union
Monday. See Story, Page 3
Vest to be na-med
new engineering dean
By ROB EARLE left the post in April, has been the
Charles Vest is expected to be ap- college's associate dean for academic
pointed by the University's Board of affairs since 1911. He has been a
Regents as dean of the College of professor of mechanical engineering
Engineering, since 1967.
Vest, who has been serving as in- See REGENTS, Page 4
terim dean since James Duderstadt

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