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TO BE HELD WITH MSA:
RSG announces election

The Michigan Daily-Friday, March 23, 1979-Page9
Professor authors book

By ADRIENNE LYONS
Despite limited student participation,
Rackham Student Government (RSG)'
has announced plans to hold elections
April 2,3, and 4,along with the Michigan
Student Assembly (MSA).
"We're negotiating with MSA to hold
the elections with them," said RSG
President Larry Tolley, a Ph.D. can-
didate in dental material and phar-
maceutical chemistry. Tolley refused
to comment further on the negotiations.
TOLLEY SAID some problems on the
details still remain on the agreements
with MSA. For instance, RSG represen-
tatives say they are not pleased with
the election sites since the sites aren't
where graduate students are likely to
be, like the Medical Center or the
,Modern Languages Building, Tolley
said.

Twelve seats, including those of the
president and vice-president, will be
open for the election to pick represen-
tatives for 7,000 students, Tolley said.
In this election, the largest of two held
each year, two-thirds of the body - or
10 seats - is elected. The other election
is held in the winter.
Tolley said there are three seats in
RSG for each division of Rackham, plus
the president's and vice-president's
seats. The five divisions in Rackham
are Biological and Health Sciences,
Physical Sciences and Engineering,
Social Sciences, Humanities, and
Education. Two seats from each
division are open for this election, and
some divisions may possibly have three
openings, depending on the decisions of
individual representatives.

TOLLEY ATTRIBUTED the high
turnover rate in RSG positions to the
fact that graduate students often get
their degrees earlier than they expect.
Heavy work loads placed on graduate
students also cause low involvement, he
said.
Also on the ballot will be a referen-
dum increasing the mandatory student.
assessment from 50 cents to 75 cents.
RSG wants more money than other
student governments on campus
because Rackham, with the exception
of LSA, has the largest enrollment and
because of communications problems
among grad students.
"One of our problems is that our
students are scattered," said Tolley,
"plus the fact that RSG also represents
Flint and Dearborn."

Charles Vest, University professor of
mechanical engineering, is the author
of "Holographic Interferometry," a
book recently published by John Wiley
& Sons.
The 465-page text contains the first
comprehensive discussion of the in-
creasingly used measurement
techniques based on laser light,
especially holography (three dimen-

sional imaging), in a wide range of
engineering and scientific fields.
Included are more than 700 cited
references on the theory, practice, and
application of holographic inter-.
ferometry and related optical
techniques extending from the first
papers of the early 1960's to those
published in 1978.

A faculty member since 1968, Vast
received his Ph.D. and M.S. degrees
from the University. The author of
numerous technical papers, Vest has
served as consultant to several com-
panies and laboratories and is a mem-
ber of the Optical Society of America,
American Society of Mechanical
Engineers, and Sigma Xi.

Candidates stress diverse issues
as MSA campaigns get underway

(Continued from Page 1)
prospective school or college. Two in-
dependent groups filed both ways,
although one later decided just to run
for representative seats. The other
group, headed by Mike Spirnak refused
to accept either option.
He claims that the election - code
allows him to run for both positions, but
a change in that regulation was recen-
tly made; according to some current
Assembly members. The situation is
still unclear, but a decision will be
made soon.
Koo said she would be willing to kick
the candidates who do not cooperate out
of the election, and said those dropped
would have the option to sue MSA
through the Central Student Judiciary
(CSJ).
At a meeting for the candidates for 37
MSA seats held at 7 p.m. after the 4:30
p.m. filing deadline, Koo explained
election regulations, and candidates
drew lots to decide the order in which
they will appear on the ballot.
Three candidates also filed for a
position on the student Board of
Publications.
The following are candidates:
PRESIDENT/VICE PRESIDENT
Peoples' Action Coalition (PAC)
McClenney, Yvonne - LSA Jr.
Pelava, Joseph - Nat. Res. Sr
Spartacus Youth League (SYL)
Richard, Bruce - Rackham
Rhinesmith, Irene - LSA So.
Student Alliance for Better Representation (SABRE)
Alland, James - LSA So.
Tyler, Laurel - Engin. Jr.
Young Socialists' Alliance (YSA)
Hoppe, Denis - Rackham
Warren, Bob - LSA Jr.
Independent
Spirnak, Michael - LSA So.
Drent, Terry - LSA Jr.
SCHOOL REPRESENTATIVES
Architecture and Urban Planning (% seat)
Farr, Douglas (PAC) Jr.
School of Art. seat)
Bilson, Carole (SABRE) Jr.
Business Administration (2 seats)
Abrahams, Alan (SABRE) Jr.
Barr, Richard (Ind.) sr.
Comerford, Philip (MIRC) So.
Manney, Tim (MIRC) Jr.
McCallion (Ind.) Jr.
Vitton, Michael (Ind.) Jr.
Dentistry (It seat)
Martin, Jeff (PAC) .f(PAC)
School of Education (I seat)
RiceJackie (YSA) Jr.

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Fischer, David (SABRE) Jr.
Greff, Glenn (MIRC) So.
Hale, James (MIRC) Jr.
More, Roy (SABRE) Sr.
Reiss, Sharron (PAC) Jr.
Thomas, Carlos (SABRE) Sr.
Van Lent, Mikey (Bullshit) So.
Law (1 seat)
Alcarez, A.atrick (Ind.)
Dunitz, Mitch (SABRE)
Machle, Kathi (Ind.)
Nelson, Joan (Ind.)
Library Science (1 seat)
No candidates filed
LSA (11seats)
Adams, J. P. (SABRE) So.
Ackert, T. J. (MIRC) So.
Banner, Joshua (Ind.) Jr.
Benschoter, Ron (SABRE) Jr.
Bickel, Donald Jr. (Ind.) Jr.
Bray, Sharon (PAC) Jr.
Breakstone, Marc (PAC) So.
Cohen, Dale (Ind.) Jr.
Dietrich, Diana (MIRC) So.
DiScipio, Bob (MIRC) Jr.
Dudynskay, Nicholas (SABRE) Jr.
Eiten, Emily (PAC) Jr.
Evans, Teresa (PAC) Jr.
Eve, Anita (PAC) Jr.
Fantera, Dave (MIRC) Sr.
Freeman, Irving (Our Pricks) Sr.
Froy, Michael (SAID)
Golubovskis, Georgs (Ind.) Jr.
Haddad, Yvonne (MIRC) So.
Hall, Jack (PAC) Sr.
Head, Louis (YSA) So.
Hills, Stan (YSA) Jr.
Hobbs, Virna (PAC) Fr.
Hoge, Paul (SABRE) So.
Hope, Andy, (YSA) So.
Jordan, Bob (SABRE) So.
Kelly, Kathy (SABRE) Jr.
Kelly, Scott (SABRE) Jr.
Kwik, Phillip (YSA) So.
Lee, Keith (PAC) So.
Lee, Timothy (MIRC) JR. '
Lichtman, Lawrence (MIRC) Jr.
Liu, Paul (PAC) Fr.
Loh, Denise (Ind.) Jr.
Mainprize, Sunny (PAC) Sr.
Mast, Terry (MIRC) Jr.
McGee, Bryan (YSA) Jr.
Michaelson, Steve'a (Ind.) So.
Moeller, James (MIRC) Fr.
Moore, Jane (SABRE) So.
Morgan, David (MIRC) Jr.

Nathanson, Gregg (Ind.) Jr.
Parker, Douglas (Ind.) So.
Phillips, Patricia (YSA) Sr.
Robinson, Tom (Ind.) So.
Romeo, Ross(Ind.) So.
Schall, John (MIRC) So.
Schwartz, Martin (Ind.) Fr.
Singer, Pat (PAC) Jr.
Steinberg, Doug (Our Pricks) Sr.
Trott, David (SABRE) Fr.
Tubbs, Rob (SAID) Jr.
Tukel, Jonathan (Ind.) Fr.
Waller, Spencer (SABRE) Sr.
W ikol, Murray (SABRE) So.
Medicine (ftseat)
No candidates filed
Music (1 seat)
Brewer, Mark (SABRE) Jr.
Dochinger, Beth (Ind.) So.
Natural Resources (1Iseat)
Binns, Nicola (PAC) Jr.
Selin, Barbie (SABRE) Jr.
Nursing (t seat)
Barr, Jeanne (SABRE) So.
Pharmacy (1.1 seat)
Quincannon, Camille (SABRE) Jr.
Rackham (6 seats)
Feeman, Timothy (PAC) Grad.
Garcia, Maria (PAC) Grad.
Gilbert, Anne (SABRE) Sr.
Grundstrom, Sue (SABRE) Grad.
Hatem, Mervat (PAC) Grad.
Hertler, Curt (SABRE) Grad.
Isack, Alan (SABRE) Grad.
Jakpor, Riase (PAC) Grad.
O'Neal, Janice (PAC) Grad.
Somerville, Carolyn (PAC) Grad.
Public Health (1z seat )
Fullerton, Anne (PAC)
Board for Student Publications (1 seat)
Canale, Brad (SABRE) So.
Cusenza, Annette (Ind.) So.
Krieger, Lise (Ind.) Jr.
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