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By TOM MIRGA to approach the problem."
Student Assembly (MSA) ASSEMBLY MEMBERS responded
.aenthusiastically with suggestions.
Kathi Machie last nght Student General Counsel Dave Fisher
male and female spectators proposed that women who are accosted
vily student populated end in the stands be encouraged to press
Michigan Stadium be charges against' male perpetrators.
if the ritual of "passing up" Law school representative Machle ad-
ded Feminine Legal Services would be
nd other remedies to the "happy to" draw up the complaints.
dangerous practice were Potter said the main problem with
Board in Control of Inter- those approaches is stadium security
Athletics representative officers' inability to apprehend the
otter at last night's Assem- suspects. "We're trying to remove the
ng. Potter came to MSA instigators at every game, but when the
help, an occurrence he ter- ushers go in we get a near riot," he
ual" for his organization. said.
FIRST REACTION most Assembly member Kathy Kelly
ve to passing up is to suggested additional Ann Arbor police
he representative said, "but be placed in the stands to protect ushers
ny. Just go over to Health who try to prevent women from being
d take a look at the files."passed up. Potter, however, said the
aid the board 'has tried en- force was already spread thin across
resident advisors to discuss the city of football Saturdays.
n with students in their dor- "It seems ridiculous to me," replied
nd handing out information Assembly member Bob DiScipio, "that
ne time on Saturdays, but we have police in the stadium to protect
uccess. some of the strongest men in the nation,
eks ago," he said, "a friend guys wearing shoulder pads and
ted 72 people being sent up helmets, but we can't get them to go in-
and that was before the end to the stands to protect women being
I period. We don't know how passed up.",

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(Continued from Page 1) "There is a feeling of being on an air
to legal prosecution. Breitenbach said mattress, with some parts heavir than
body passing can be considered a others. It's not really 'passing-up'
fourth-degree sexual assault, either-they literally throw you. It's
Breitenbach said several women pretty scary-with all those people
have been injured as a result of body- shouting, you don't know who will grab
passing at Wisconsin, and some barely you next. I was dropped three-fourths of
fiave escapted the ultimate the way up on my back. I was badly
disaster-being dropped from the back bruised and thoroughly shaken."
wall of the stadium hundreds of feet to Ostrender, a reporter for the Wiscon-
the ground. sin student paper the Daily Carinal,
, Kathy Ostrender, 'a student at wrote about the experience in her
Wisconsin who was passed up last year weekly column. In addition, she sub-
against her will, described the ex- mitted a formal complaint to Breiten
perience: back.
FILMS
Cinema Guild-Husbands, 7, 9:30 p.m., Old Architecture Aud.
SPEAKERS
Howard R. Marsh Center for the Study of Journalistic Performan-
ce-Prof. Frank Beaver, "Birth of a Nation and the Rise of the Klan," 12:10
p.m., 2021 LSA Building.
Commission for Women-Regent Sarah Goddard Power, women's issues
tray lunch, noon, Rooms 4, 5, Michigan League.
Afro-American Studies-George Bell, president of the Detroit Board of
Education, "Afro-American Studies in the Public School System," 12:15
p.m., 246 A & DtBuilding.
Center for Research on Learning and Teaching-David McMillem,
"PSI-Personalized System ot instruction (Keller Plan?," 3:10-5 p.m., 2417
Mason Hall.
Engineering Department-Dr. T. M. Harvey, "Selective Ionization and
Computer Techniques for Mass Spectrometric Analysis of Air Pollutants,"
3:30 p.m., 136 Engineering, 1-A.
Mechanical Engineering and Applied Mechanics-Prof. Harvey Green-
spun, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, "Some Fluid Dynamical
Problems of Cell Biology," 3:30 p.m., 206 West Engineering.
English Department-Geoffrey Hill, poetry reading, 4 p.m., Rackham
Auditorium.
Department of Chemical Engineering - Prof. Brice Carnahan, "The Am-
.dahl 470/V6 Computing System and MTS," 7:30 p.m., Nat. Sci. Auditorium.
PERFORMANCES

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Nuke protest continues A
Over 150 anti-nuclear demonstrators gathered in front of the Hampton,
N.H. District Court yesterday to protest the arraignment of 20 demon-
strators who attempted to occupy the Seabrook nuclear power plant and
were arrested this past weekend. See story, Page 12.

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your campus on Friday, October 12
to interview students interested in pursuing a career in
high energy physics research. We are seeking B.S. and
M.S. level students who are enrolled in the following
disciplines: Mechanical and Electrical Engineers,
Physics, and Computer Science. We are operators of
the world's largest accelerator and offer many
challenges to an inquiring mind.
We are located on a 6,800 acre site in the far
western suburbs of Chicago which offers the
opportunity for both rural and urban living. Our
salariesdare competitive and our fringe benefits
outstanding. We hope you will visit with our
representatives on October 12.
To arrange for a convenient appointment, please
contact the Placement Office.
P.O. Box 500
Batavia I L 60510

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Harpsichord Recital-David Warren Steel, Rackham Assembly Hall, 8
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Stilyagi Air Corps-University science fiction club, 8 p.m., Conf. Room 4,
Michigan Union.
Undergraduate Political Science Association-Mass meeting, 7 p.m.,
Kuenzel Room, Michigan Union.

MISCELLANEOUS
Cuba's Promise: Women's Perspective-Luisa Acevedo, Catherine Rivas,
International Relations Department, Cuban Federation of Women, Yolanda
Ferrer, National Secretary for Ideological Work, Cuban Federation of
Women, 8 p.m., Pendleton Room, Union.
Union of Students for Israel-Israeli dancing, noon, on the Diag. Israeli
returnees dinner, Hillel, 1429 Hill, 6:30 p.m. Sukkah celebration, Hillel, 7:30
p.m. ,
Departmental of Industrial and Operations Engineering-Operations
]Research in the 10E Department, 4 p.m., 229 West Engineering.
English Composition Board-"Major Sentence Errors," 7 p.m., 2402
Mason Hall.
Students International Meditation Society-introduction, "Transcenden-
tal Meditation and TM Sidhi Programs, noon, 8 p.m., 4315 Union.
Information Workshop-Learn about the University Activities Center and
Michigan Student Assembly, 11:30-1:30 p.m., Kuenzel Room, Union.
Health Careers Day-Sponsored by the Pre-Professional Division of
Career Planning and Placement, 10 a.m.-noon, 1-4 p.m., 2nd floor, Union.
Union .Gallerv-"Uinneer Peninsula Artists" 10 a m .- n m TTninn

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