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Ninety-eight years of editorial freedom
Vol. XCVIII, No. IOS Ann Arbor, Michigan -Friday, July 22, 1988 g/gi a
Regents to vote on tuition hike

BY RYAN TUTAK
Tuition will skyrocket 12 percent next year
if the University's Board of Regents approve
Provost James Duderstadt's proposed 1988-89
fiscal year budget this morning. But the pro-
posal alarmed some regents.
"A 21 percent increase will not sit well
with the public," said Regent Deane Baker
(R-Ann Arbor).
Regent Neal Nielsen (R-Brighton) said
out-of-state tuition should be increased more

than in-state fees. Even with the larger hike,
the University would remain underpriced for
out-of-staters compared to private universi-
ties, he argued.
Duderstadt disagreed, saying such
differentiation would deter University efforts
to achieve ethnic and geographic diversity.
"It's our sense that the tuition rate will affect
the marketplace," he said. "It's a question of
quality."
The proposed increase - the steepest

since the 15 percent hike amid the 1982
recession - would cost in-state undergradu-
ate students an extra $300 each term, while
out-of-staters could pay up to $1,200 more.
The situation for graduate students looks
worse. MBA candidates may see a 13.6 per-
cent tuition increase, and graduate pharmacy
students could face an added 15.2 percent.
Duderstadt said tuition must be boosted to
offset the minimal state funding that's been
projected. The University requested a 21 per-

cent increase from the previous year. But
Governor James Blanchard proposed to up
state allocations here by only 0.8 percent,
slightly lower than the State House's recom-
mendation.
"It really reflects a very weak budget year
in the state of Michigan," he said, adding that
the state will decide upon appropriations for
the University next week.
See Tuition, Page 2

ART
SFAIRS
'88
Overkill
One fairs veteran experiences the
effects of one sidewalk sale too
many.
Page 5
Free art
Luckily, not all the art on the
streets carries a price tag.
Page 5
Party problems?
Arts fairs organizers and police
don't expect a repeat of last year's
Church Street clash.
Page 5
On stage
A list of entertainers performing
at the four art fairs stages this
,.. l 3weekend
Page 8

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'U' student arrested for
alleged fund diversion
BY DONNA IADIPAOLO But although Zubeidy was charged with diverting
Salem Omar Zubeidy, a University graduate student funds, "in no way is there anything to infer (Zubeidy)
in the School of Education, was arrested Wednesday had any involvement in a plot to assassinate Oliver
morning for allegedly diverting Libyan funds, intended North, terrorist activites, or the buying and selling of
for Libyan students studying in the U.S., for illegal arms," said FBI agent John Anthony.
activities. Anthony said Zubeidy was former chair of the
Zubeidy was one of eight Libyans arrested People's Committee for Libyan Students in McLean,
throughout the country Wednesday, charged with pro- Va., between 1983 and 1986 - an organization which
Libyan activities in the United States. One of the was allegedly a cover for the diversion of $200,000 for
suspects was implicated in an alleged plot to illegal purposes.
assassinate former National Security Council staff According to Anthony, the eight suspects allegedly
member Oliver L. North, who was active in planning a
1986 U.S. air raid against Libya. See Libya, Page 2

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