The Michigan Daily-Thursday, March 16, 1978-Page 9
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USED HAGSTROM semi-hollow body guitar, Swedish
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USED GRAND PIANO. good shape and. sound.
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Join The Daily
By STEVE GOLD
A suggestion to include the question
"Shall LSA Student Government be
abolished?" on April's ballot sparked
harsh debate and the resignation of
LSA-SG's Vice President at last night's
The suggestion failed, by a vote of 7-3,
but not before mangy of the members
present expressed their disappointment
and frustration with the body. Vice-
President Jodi Wolens, who introduced
the motion, resigned from LSA-SG
when it failed.
WOLENS SAID, "I don't think LSA-
SG is doing anything. The ad-
ministration only concedes on things
that are token anyway. By putting this
on the ballot we can find out if students
want student government."
Council member Bob Stechuk,
reminding the meeting of the small
minority of students who vote, said,
"They probably don't care enough to
Council member Irving Freeman
feared that if the question were put on
the ballot and passed, "the 50t (man-
datory student government assessment
on LSA students) would have no place
to go, depriving students and student
organizations of a source of funds.
HE SAID THAT the issue, however,
should be left to the students. "This
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little regard for the current drug laws.
"I see a lot of disrespect for the law,"
Derezinski said. "A bad law is worse
than no law at all."
Derezinski said even though the bill
lightens the penalty for possessing
small amounts of marijuana, he has no
intention to support legalization of the
"The advocates of the bill are in no
way advocating the legalization of
marijuana," Derezinski said. "We
believe we are treating it as a pic-
cadillo, rather than a moral sin."
Bullard said he is also confident the
bill will win House approval. Last year
the bill was defeated by a 52-48 margin
after much heated debate.
"I think the votes are here to pass the
bill," Bullard said.
"We have a different atmosphere,"
Hart added. "I think it will get the 56.
votes it needs to pass the House. I'm
confident it will pass."
If the measure does make it through
the House, Gov. William Milliken is ex-
pected to sign it, the bill's sponsors say.
Last year Milliken reportedly endorsed
the bill before it suffered its setback.
Offenders facing trial will still face
prosecution under the old law, even if
the Senate bill is approved. The Gover-
nor is the only person who has power for
a blanket pardon.
idea is the most destructive thing we
can do. It would put all our influence
right. down the tube," said Council
member Joel Klein. But he said he was
sure it would pass. "The people would
abolish the U.S. Government if they got
a chance. At least we're more effective
than no government at all," he said.
Michigan Student Assembly (MSA)
President Jon Lauer, who is also an
LSA-Sg member said, "I have my doub-
ts about the effectiveness of student
government, but dropping LSA-SG is
not a viable solution."
"I'd like to see (LSA-SG) more ac-
tive," said member and MSA Vice
President Eric Arnson, "but the
students would assume we were crazy
if we put this on the ballot."
"SOME THINGS the administration
does because of us are not token. We
can serve a purpose," defended
treasurer Deb Filler.
Wolens resigned, saying, "(LSA-SG)
is just a bureaucracy. I can't support an
organization like this."
Tempers remained hot for the
remainder of the meeting as several
other issues divided the body
IN ANGRY DEBATE over the ap-
pointment of Mike Spirnak to be LSA-
SG's representative on MSA, PresidenLd
Dick Brazee ordered, "Shut up Irving
(Freeman). No, you can't smile, yoi.;
can't do anything."
Brazee later tried to conduct a vote.
when a quorum of members was not e
present. He was overruled, however;
when executive secretary Carol Stone,
appealed to all the members to calmlw.
settle their disputes.
The meeting ended in the midst of
discussion of whether or not to hold the.
LSA-SG election on the same day as
MSA's. It was forced to adjourn when
Freeman refused to answer a role 'call,
thus ending the meeting's quorum.
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