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2 - The Michigan Daily -- Wednesday, July 17, 1996

PROTESTERS
Continued from Page 1
rug;' said Pastor Larry Davis. "The
police can not take justice into their
own hands; they're not vigilantes,
they're peace officers."
Protesters relayed their feelings on
police misconduct, stating that if the
conciel members did not launch an

independent investigation, the citi-
zens of Ann Arbor would do so them-
selves.
"We'll be continuing trying to expose
the kind of cover-ups that are going on,
and if you don't do it, we'll do it our-
selves," said Paul Lefrak, a student in
the School of Information and coordi-
nator of Ann Arbor Organizing Against
the Klan.

NEWS
BUDGET
Continued from Page 1
"We tried very hard to be responsive to the financial pres-
sures everyone is facing," Machen said.
Machen said tuition fees must be raised each year to
accommodate the costs that rise each year. He said higher
operating costs and building construction costs contribute to
the need for higher tuition.
In addition to the small tuition increase, allocation to
financial aid programs for students is slated to increase by 9
percent in the General Fund budget. Machen said the
increased financial aid allocation will be distributed as a total
student support program, aiding both undergraduate and
graduate students, and going to both merit and need-based
aid programs.
"The increase in financial aid is a recognition of the prob-
lems students are having in funding education,' Machen said.
"We want to ensure all Michigan residents have adequate
financial aid."
Associate Provost Robert Holbrook said the University,
compared to other pubhlic universities, remains one of the

most expensive for out-of-state students. It costs $14,434 a
year for a non-Virginian student to attend the University of
Virginia in Charlottesville, Va.
Machen said a University education is expensive becaue
of its very high quality. Machen also said state appropriations
play an important role in determining tuition rates.
Last month, Gov. John Engler signed a budget that allocat-
ed $302 million to the University for next year, an increase of
4.6 percent.
Machen said he was pleased with the allocation compared
to previous years, but compared to other schools in the state,
the University was not even near average, receiving the sec-
ond lowest increase in the state.
"The truth is that we were not treated as well as other un'
versities?' Machen said. "But relative to previous years, it's
good year."
Machen said this budget is not changed at all by the
University's move to Value Centered Management
(VCM). He said next year's budget will begin the VCM
process of allocating funds to specific schools and col-
leges and returning funds generated by each school to that
school's budget. *

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INTERIM
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Betz received his bachelor's, medical
and doctoral degrees from the
University of Wisconsin. He joined the
Medical School faculty in 1979 as an
assistant professor. In 1985, he was
named director of the Office of
Research Programs.
"There's a number of very important

challenges that the Medical School faces
in the future," Betz said. "Making sure
we have incentives for physicians, work-
ing with hospitals to reduce their costs,
continue to build a network with other
health care providers and with its insur-
ance companies ... it is very critical that
they happen within the next year."
A nationwide search for a permanent
dean of the Medical School has been
going on for several months, Machen
said. Betz would not comment on
whether he would accept an offer to
become the permanent dean.
Warren, who is currently senior asso-
ciate hospital director and chief operat-
ing officer of the University Health
System, will be filling the spot vacated
by John Forsyth.
Warren began his career at the
University hospitals in 1973. He left
temporarily in 1982 to work at Mercy
Hospital of Detroit. In 1986 he rejoined
the University as associate hospital
director and administrator.
"I am very pleased that Lorris Betz
and Larry Warren have accepted these
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interim assignments on behalf of the
University," said Interim Preside,
Homer Neal. "We can count on them t
bring energy, enthusiasm, and commit-
ment to their new positions during the
months ahead."
If their appointments are approved,
Betz and Warren will undertake the
challenges of the shifting health care
market, which have resulted in the
numerous changes that the Medical
Center is currently undergoing.
The Medical Center announced
April that it would shave $200 million
from its budget within the next three
years. The bulk of the cuts have come in
541 staff changes with more to come.
Forsyth surprised many at the
Medical Center last month when he
announced his resignation to accept a
position as president and chief execu-
tive officer of IASD Health Services
Corp. in Des Moines, Iowa.
Machen also said a future review <
the structure of the hospitals in relati(IF
to the Medical School will be made in
the near future

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