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The Michigan Daily-Friday, May 19,1989-Page 5
S Ransby, member of the United tight budget situation."
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Continued from Page 1 date, to offer Black students the right Continued from Page 1 Continued from Page 1 legislature should take advantage of
a cent salary growth, which will con- to an education but to put a price on their surprise at the fact that AATU get earlier in the month. The two the strong economy to increase ap-
strain the salary program at the Uni- it that most of us can't afford is and SLS were not aware of the debt. proposals appear similar, but a de- propriations to the state's higher ed-
versity, said Vest. hypocritical," she said. However, SLS Director John tailed breakdown of the new Senate ucation community.
"We're still in a strong competi- egent Thomasto Forczak said yesterday the unpaid al- proposal will not be released until "$1.1 billion is somewhat below
tive salary position," he said. "But c locations Williams referred to were Monday. the national average and we're trying
we can't afford too many years of Saline) disagreed that low income prior to 1987 when funding was The University, which last year to raise that standard."
salary increases hitting below the students will he hur the most. based on the number of students, was appropriated $242.5 million by Sen. Jackie Vaughn (D-Detroit), a
inflation level." "The greatest adverse impact is on "This was extra money which we the state, sought an additional $51.1 member of the subcommittee, said
But Prof. Wilfred Kaplan, Execu- the middle income group. They don't weren't budgeted for. It didn't affect million this year, but this now the budget will not be finalized for at
tive Secretary for the American As- get any loans, grants, or work study. us and we were never forced to cut seems unlikely. least a few weeks.
sociation of University Professors It doesn't adversely impact those our services," said Forczak. "The state has its problems and "We have to take these proposals
said, "my first reaction is surprise with the most need," he said. Forczak also said he suspected the constraints," said Richard Kennedy, to the committee level and work out
that Vest would say that the Univer- LSA junior Michael Smith said problem arose even before the the University's Vice President for the differences which may mean we
sity can remain competitive with he wishes students could have more Phillips administration. Government Relations, "but I think will adjust our proposal," Vaughn
only a two percent salary increase." input in setting tuition. Regent Thomas Roach (D-Saline) they're trying to make the best of a said.
The University will also forego "The money we give all goes to said that although it was a distress-
investments in new areas of scholar- the same place. How about ing situation, no official action
ship and research in an attempt to reallocating out of the administra- should be taken until Williams pre-
cut costs, said Vest. tion's pockets," he said. "If they say sents the board with copies of the D
Some students fear the impact of they need this money for essentials, August, 1988 audit.
a large tuition increase. The minor- than that's where it should go - to THE DAILY
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POSITIONS AVAILABLE FOR FALL:
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The Detroit Chapter of AGA would like to thank its members and the following
contributors for their generous donations to our second annual scholarship drive:

Alfred and Associates
Richard Austin, Sec. of State
McGlaun Realty Co.
Dr. Alex Pickens, Jr.

Terry's Flowers
Valentine Studio
Washington Real Estate Co.

Your contributions enabled us to award scholarships to five worthy students for
their outstanding achievement in the areas of accounting and finance. Once again,
thank you.

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Claiborne, Time, Ruhr Paragon, Newsweek, Benito Advertis-
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Warner, J. Walter Thompson, The Chicago Sun-Times, Ross
The race for Success is on.
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