The Michigan Daily-Sunday, April 9, 1978-Page 5
egal id: tenants to divorees
(Continued from Page 1) having only to pay court fees, can get a tion. said the group contribut
G. H. ROT
ed a large por-
ney Jonathan Rose, Legal Aid director.
"Just because a case is difficult doesn't
mean we're not going to do everything
we can to win it."
Rose said his staff's familiarity with
the local environment is a definite ad-
vantage. For .example, he said he
knows the exact width of aisles in
Village Corners drug store, which has
come in handy in more than one shoplif-
"It seems to me they aren't bound to
traditiop," said Ziker, now a first year
law student. "I think that's one of the
assets of coming here . . they're not
afraid of trying something new.''
ASIDE FROM housing, Legal' Aid
handles several other types of cases,
including those involving family
problems, consumer and employment
problems, and cases dealing with ad-
ministrative law. The office also han-
dles defense for students accused of
Rose boasts Legal Aid's "do-it-
yourself" divorce plan as a real
bargain. Under the plan, the client,
Simpson sees all
TAMPA, Fla. (AP) - Coach John
McKay of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers
coached O.J. Simpson, the great run-
ning back of the Buffalo Bills, in college
at Southern California. He says there is
more to Simpson than speed and
"O.J. is the only man I have ever
kknpwn," McKay said, "who can come
back to the huddle and tell who made
the key blocks, even to one side of him.
He has great peripheral visions."
divorce for less than $50.v
The Legal Aid office started the
debate over illegal lease clauses in 1974,
resulting last week in the passage of
legislation to ban such clauses. Legal
Aid also helped the Ann Arbor Tenants
Union in 'the Trony Associates rent
strike, which led to the first collective
bargaining agreement in the area.
Most recently, Legal Aid defended
Susan VanHattum jointly with the
American Civil Liberties Union in a
successful state Supreme Court case
protecting her right to keep her vote
confidential in last year's mayoral elec-
THREE YEARS ago, Legal Aid staf-
fers saw the need to deal more exten-
sively with city housing problems and
formed the Housing Law Reform
Project, which it funds jointly with the
Michigan Student Assembly.
The two tenants' rights proposals in
last week's city election were drawn up
under the direction of the housing
project. The tenants' rights manual,
"How to Evict Your Landlord," was
written by project staffers and has sold
over 1,500 copies.
Paul Teich, attorney for the project,
tion of the Mayor's Fair Rental Prac-
tice Committee Report on the local
housing situation. With a $15,000 annual
budget, the group has also conducted a
number of housing-related surveys.
Rose stressed that the lack of
professionals on the Legal Aid staff is
not a hardship because of the law school
"A law student working with a lawyer
is usually more effective than op-
position lawyers. . . our clients are very
lucky," he said. "Law students have
much more energy than other lawyers
who are overloaded with cases."
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'Special' kids win in Olympics
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eight. The usual age in the nationwide
Special Olympics is from eight on up.
The purpose of the Special Olympics,
according to Cooper, is to change the:
image society holds of the mentally im-
"THEY'RE NOT crazy," he said.
"They don't have the same mental
abilities as the rest of us, but they can
still do things and have fun.
"Special Olympics gives them
something to succeed in," he continued.
"One chance for success on the track or
in the gym leads to success in the
classroom. They also learn, abstract,
qualities like sportsmanship and
cooperation which are hard to teach in
All athletes receive a ribbon wlether
they win or lose and all are met with a
friendly hug as soon as they cofhplete
an event from volunteers titled, ap-
propriately enough, "huggers."
The Special Olympics is held on a>
local, regional and state level. In June,
the Washtenaw County winners will
travel to Central Michigan University
in Mt. Pleasant for the state contest. An
international Special'Olympics is held
every four years, involving participan-
ts from all over the world-
Cooper stressed that volunteers are
always, needed to help with the event,
whether as a hugger, timer or just to sit
in the stands and cheer.
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MICHIGAN STUDENT ASSEMBLY ELECTION1978
Paid for by
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PRESIDENT/ VICE PRESIDENT
ERIC ARNSON, Sr., LS&A
NANCY K. SMITH, Jr, Engin.
"We are primarily concerned with MSA's effectiveness as a govern-
ing body and see improvements in central structure and com-
munications as crucial.
'We have established methods and approaches to do this and ore
pleased to receive the endorsements of both major parties,
SABRE and MOVE.
"We belive that our new approaches to MSA thinking, with the
support of assembly representatives, will enable us to take MSA to
new heights of responsibility, respect, and influence. We hope you
will shape our concerns and support our efforts."
People's Action Coalition (PAC):
KATE RUBIN, So., LS&A;
JULIE GREENE, So., LS&A t
"We, the People's Action Coalition (PAC), recognize that the Univer-
sity is NOT A POLITICALLY NEUTRAL INSTITUTION. The University
therefore must be accountable to the needs of the student body and
society at large. Michigan Student Assembly must be a strong advo-
cote for the interests of students, and the University Community.
We hove organized as part of an ongoing coalition working for educa-
tional and social charige
"Some of our major goals include:
"-Complete divestment of University funds 'in corporations doing
business in South Africa.
"Vigorous implementation of offirmative action regulations in both
University hiring and admissions."
IRVING FREEMAN, Sr., LS&A;
JAY BARRYMORE, Jr., LS&A
"Irving Freeman and Jay Barrymore are the Bullshit Party's candi-
dates for MSA President and Executive Vice-President. Irving has
been elected to MSA twice on the Bullshit Party label. He has held
many offices and currently serves as the Vice-President for Person-
nel. Jay Barrymore was elected to MSA last November.os on inde-
pendent and has since joined the illustrious ranks of the Bullshit Par-
ty. The founder and first chairperson of MSA's Legislative Lobby
Committee, Joy now serves as MSA Communications Coordinator."
ARCHITECTURE AND URBAN
RICHARD PACE, Jr.
"I amo a junior in the School of Architecture. I transferred two years
ago from the Civil Engineering program at Northwestern University.
Three years ago I worked as an intern for the San Francisco Dept. of
City Planning. I have recently finished renovating a house which hod
been vacant and condemned for ten years."
STACEY SMALL, .r.
"I feel qualified for the position of Art School representative be-
cause 'of my past xperience. this year I've been a chief member of
the steering C mittee, as well as working on the Brown Bag Lec-
ture Series and the Survival Manual.
"WVe only have W a vote-I'll make it count"
JILL VAN DYKE, Jr.
"I am a member of People's Action Coalition and endorse its
statement. I am especially interested in the redistribution of power
and dissemination of information to the Universtiy community. MSA
should be active critics of the University."
CAROL GOODENOUGH, So.
"Carol Goodenough is a founding member of the Bullshit Forty who
helped campaign for Irving Freeman in the November 1976 Bullshit
campaign. She has been involved in student issues through her work
as Vice-President of the Committee for Responsible Student Repre-
sentat ion. "
RICHARD A. BARR, So.
"I seek to use my experience as Vice-Chief Justice of the Central
Student Judiciary, an officer of Bursley Hall's Board of Governors,
and Budget Director of the Campus Broadcasting Network to effect-
ively represent the Business school to MSA."
WILLIAM J. GERBER, Jr.
"I am qualified to be a representative of the Business Administra-
tion School on the MSA beause of three major reasons. They are,
personal integrity, capability of comprehending complex issues quick-
ly and clearly, and the abiity to listen to oters' complaints. With
these attributes I will be a responsible student representative."
STEVE BEYER, Jr.
"Current Business School, representative to MSA. Also serves as
Treasurer of the Assembly."
TIMOTHY WALBRIDGE, Prof. Grad.
OTIS WASHINGTON, Prof.0rad.
"Vice President of Bursley Board of Governors, 1976-77. Former
member of the University Housing Council."
STEVEN JAY KNOBLER, Fr.
"The welfare of Michigan's student body is my primary concern. You.
the students of Michigan need someone on whom you can depend to
convey your feelings and ideas in a thorough nd honest fashion. I
feel i con accomplish these gols and that is why I'm asking for your
LAURIE KENDALL, Jr.
"As a member of the council, I would try to take the politics out of
student government and make it more responsible to students. I will
try to deliver the objective and creative representation the council
ROY A. MORE, Sr.
"MSA is at a turning point. Either it will crumble under its own in-
fighting or will become on effective unit for students to deal with the
University and administration. To do this MSA needs responsible
members. If elected I would make the commitment to make MSA a
TIMOTHY FRANK so.
"Member 9f Theta Xi fraternity, sophomore in electrical and com-
DANIEL W. DOSMANN, so.
"Enrolled in College of Engineering as a freshman in foil 1976. Be-
came a voting member of the engineering council in fall 1977, and
again in Winter 1978. 1 take a variety of courses, usually at least
one outside engineering. Work as a DJ weekly at the student run
AM radio station, WRCN.
DAVID ALLEN FISCHEI, So.
"I'm the Engineering College Representative to MSA, and on its com-
mittee for policy and procedures, on active member of Engine Coun-
cil for 2 years, a member of american institute of Chemical Engi-
neers, and personnel coorinator for UAC's Union Programming com-
mittee. I want to insure proper representation of Engineerig
JACK SMITH, So.
ERDWING CORONADO, Sr.
"I am a member of PAC. The University's role in holding the politi-
cal and social views of its students is of uttermost importance but
often neglected. Therefore a conscientization of the students about
their political and social interactions is needed. The awakening of
the dormant MSA is an essential step in this process."
MIKEY VAN LENT, Fr.
" 'The Bullshit Party'is o growing voice in student government. i
consider it a great honor to have been solicited by Irving Freeman
as a running mte. I admire his 'refuse to kiss ass' attitude and hope
to continue with equal arrogonace when my positions are apposed.
Keep smilin'; Mikey"
BROOKE, SCHUMM, Prof. Grad.
"Low students, as a rule, know little about the Michigan Student
Assembly. As a representative, I would work with the Res Gestoe
to improve the flow of information to and from the Law School. Ac-
cessibility would also be a prime objective. Thanks for your vote for'
BROOKE SCHUMM on April 10-12."
JEFFREY SUPOWIT, Prof. Grad.
"Since this will be the first year of a new plan to achieve a truly rep-
resentatve Assemnbly, my goal is to be a true representative. I will
regularly report to the Low School through the RG or the bulletin
boards. I'll be a good ear and a good voice."
DAVID L. GLANZ, Prof. Grd.
F. SCOTT KELLMAN, Sr.
MICHAEL J. GRACE, Prof. Grad.
"I am running for MSA Law School Representative principally to par-
ticipate in the Housing Law Reform Project. Having been dislocated
several miles off-campus by this year's Fall housing crunch, I can op-
preciate the turmoil faced by beginning students, and I pledge to
apply my knowledge of landlord-tenant law to work for safe cam-
JOHN ELDRDGE, Grad.
"Currently serving as President of Library Science Student Organiza-
tion. Active as a student leader as an undergrad at Wisconsin's
Beloit College served as a Community Senator (equivalent of MSA)
and as a Judicial Board member; Program Director of Beloit college
Radio. Born and raised in Boston."
LITERATURE, SCIENCE, &
LOUIS M. AUGUST, So.
"The MSA has been unproductive for too long. We need a man of
new enthusiasm, a man not afraid to speak his mind; we need a lead-
er to finally get things done. I am that man. Elect me and see the
overdue results on housing, tenant's rights and more"
ALISON STRASSMANN, Fr.
"I m a freshman from Belmont, Massachusetts, double-majoring
in Journalism and Radio-T.V. Some of my goals as L.S.A representa-
tive would be starting a campus-wide escort service, improving
husinapolicies. making professor evaluations more accessible, and
BRUCE J. DICKSON, So.
"I have serious doubts os to whether or not the allocations presently
made by MSA represent the needs, or even the desires, of the stu-
dent body. I'd like to make certain that MSA sponsor activities
which larger groups can take part in."
WARFIELD MOORE II, Jr.
JIM POWERS, Jr.
"1 feel MSA is finally starting to move away from the cronyism and
political backbiting which characterized it in the past. I would like
to help revitalize MSA and its programs, so they better suit the needs
of the students"
DON R. FISHMAN, Jr.
"I am running for MSA because I want to know what is happening
with the money MSA receives, I wnt to make sure the money is go.
ing to the needs of the majority of students. If it is not. I am going
to try to do something about it."
JODY L. TURIN, So.
"As a representative of the Miami University's Legislative Assem-
bly, I gained experience in the affairs and procedures of student gov-
ernment. I was active in committee work (i.e. improving campus
safety, freezin tuition costs, improving landlord-tenant relations).
Having spent a year at Michigan now, I feel I could justly represent
the concerns of the students."
CHRISTY C. FERGUSON, So.
"I feel th't there is a pronounced need for the MSA to better reach
that student population at Michigan. By getting into the MSA I
could help see this need fulfilled and would serve the students
MARIANN BUTCH. So.
"Having worked on an internal committee of MSA Ihave already been
dealing with some of the issues confronting the Assembly-such as
student space. I see the major problem in student government today,;
nowever, 0sits inability to represent the students ettectively in any
of the issues,'
PAMELA TITTLE, Jr.
"The assembly needs students who are cooperative and eager to
work for its betterment. I am running on the MOVE party which rep-
resents the combination of people which MSA needs-creative, open-
minded, responsible, and dedicated. MOVE has contributed a lot to
MSA in the past, and I con continue this tradition."
CATHY PATTINSON, Jr.
"I am ajunior from MOVE, majoring in history. As a Michigan Student
Assembly incumbent, I have gained much valuable information about
the University and its students throughout my past term. I am a
member of both the Editorial Board and the Communications com-
mittee, and will be instrumental in originating a Student Organiza-
tion's newsletter to improve communication amongst LSA members
and student groups"
SPENCER W. WALLER, Jr.
"A member of the Michigan Student Assembly is required to con-
tribute responsible, creative ideas as policy issues come before the
Assembly. My experience in student programming and financial mat-
ters will help me contribute in fresh original ways both on the Assem-
bly and in committee.
EDWARD J. NYKIEL, so.
"It would be my objective as a member of MSA to not only discuss
the various ideas and proposals that we as student representatives
advocate, but also to get out and actively push for added strength
and support in these areas."
"I believe oil students owe themselves and those who follow better
conditions under which to function. This can't come about unless con-
cerned students join the student government and fight for improve-
ment. I would like to be one of those students."
BILL GRISOLIA, Jr.
"I feet that my extensive and intense experience and involvement
with the concerns and desires of both iterature, Science and Arts
students and the University community in general will make me an
effective odjucator and advocate for the students in L.S.A."
JIM ALLAND, Fr.
"I believe that M.S.A. should be more representative of the stu-
dents. The fact that most students don't even know what M.S.A. is,
tells me that the organization should work towards being more ef-
fective. I am dedicated to working towards the goal of making
M.S.A. truly the student's government."
CHASE TATTERSALL, So.
"I am on LSA sophomore and a biology major. I have been working
since October with the Student Center Planning Project (SCPP), a
group which hopes to plan, finance, and construct a new union. I hope
to make MSA more involved in the student space issue."
STEPHEN DEAN, Sr.
"Fifty words allotted to me. Senior. Philosophy concentrator. Sar.
castic. Sincere. Clean hands. Skeptic. Honest. Black-eyed peas.
Forts. Third eyes. Anal retentive. Obsessive compulsive. Tastefully
neurotic, Metaphysics, Quantum mechanics, Thoreau, Moby Dick,
Anna Karenina. Existentialist. Theist. Fartist. Radical conservative."
Union for Responsive Government:
STEVE GOLD, Fr.
"Student government con be effective, it can successfully lobby for
the students, if its members are serious about their task and if
they're determined to see results. Wherever I've been involved, 've
worked with serious, determined effort to bring success to any or-
ganization I've been associated with. I will continue that record for
you in MSA."-
JAMES KLINE, Fr.
"Poor housing, high tuition, lack of concern seem to be standard
policy for the University of Michigan. MSA con combat these poli-
cies only with concerned representation. I have and will work to
improve the effectieness of MSA, and make it responsive to
student needs. Please,vote for James Kline.
LINDA A. SWIS, so.
"A D Pi sorority; active in high school student government aid
FRED DAWSON, Fr.
"Sigma Nu Fraternity. Member of Wing Assembly in dorm and of Uni-
versity Housing Council."
KARIN E. TIMOUR, So.
"I'm running for MSA for the first time. I was an officer on Mark-
-ley's dorm council. This year I am living in Debs Co-op, and I sit on
the Inter-Cooperative Council Board of Directors. I feel that my most
important concern is students' right I'd like your vote-both SABRE
DAVID A. LAVERTY, So.
"I was elected to MSA in April 1977 and am presently serving as
Vice-President for Student Organizations. I have learned that things
can be accomplished without getting bogged down in political B.S.
Goals: Student organization seminars, state relations, and proving
that competent people cn use MSA's potential to work for students
and give them feedback."
LESLIE WINICK, So.
"Who is Leslie Winick? An English-History-Everything major, campus
broadcasting newsperson-DJ. orientation leader, SABRE member,
Chicagoan, Markley-ite, and most importantly an active and con.
cerned student. To insure that your thoughts, questions, and
demands ore brought into action, I'm ready to work on MSA-to
make MSA work far you.'
SEAN FOLEY, so.
"I am a LSA sophomore and a current Assembly member where I hold
the offic of Special Projects Coordinator (I am well versed in
MSA affairs) as a present MSA member land) I feel I have prov-
en my dedication and willingness to work. Next year my objectives
are a Student Regent for direct University input and more equitable
fending for Student groups by MSA."
HOWARD EPSTEIN, Sr.
"Our most important needs seem to be more services such as a
better busing system, more parking, and course evaluations. I also
think we should have a student on the Board of Regents. With
me and the S.A.B.R.E. party sitting on the Assembly, M.S.A.
could finally accomplish these goals."
BRUCE TENENBAUM, So.
"As on interested student in campus affairs, I am dissatisfied with
my return for my financial support of MSA. So, as a solution I have
gotten together with a group of dedicated students under SABRE. A
vote for ME and SABRE is like a vote for YOURSELF!"
RICHARD D. MASSUCH, so. -
JOHN DONOVAN, So.
"Why should John Donovan be elected to MSA? Well for one thing
he is a responsible student who cares about students' legal concerns.
Prove it. O.K. He is on Honorary secretary for Friends of legal
Aid and is a volunteer for Campus Legal Aid. He also volunteers
for the Coalition for Better Housing."
BRAD CANALE, Fr.
"I am a freshman in LSA. I am presently serving MSA as a member of
the Student Organizations Boardand the Compiled Code Committee.
My previous experience includes a background in administration and
finance. As a member of SABRE I ask for the chance to develop MSA
into a strong organization. Please vote on April 10, 11, 12. Thank
JESSICA SHOSHONNA EHRLICH, Sr.
JENNY PATCHEN, So.
"The University cannot pretend to promote a free exchange of ideas
while systematically denying tenure to politically "left" professors.
As students, we must demand a place for oll political views. PAC
will demand on end to the suppression of ideas, which is clearly con-
trary to o good education."
JAMES W. SULLIVAN, Jr.
"As a member of student'government over the post year, I have seen
how ineffectively students interests have been advocated. This need
not be the caseI
"Current members of the Michigan Student Assembly seem more in-
rested in playing petty politicalgames than they are in vigorously
Marking for the students they are elected to represent."-
MITCHELL METTE, Sr.
"MSA as the focal point of student opinion lacks proper represen.
tation. The solution lies within the relationship between the represen-
tatives and the represented. As a member of PAC and a candidate
for MSA, I propose a student organization research center and a MSA
informational network which collects and publishes student opinion.' ,
JULIE GREENE, So.
"The University exerts a political force on our lives, our community,
and our society. The student body must therefore respond politically,
through constant analysis and active lobbying. With our unquestion-
able beliefs (Ask me-my phone is listed . . .)I and PAC will give the
students a loud voice on these political issues."
KATE RUBIN, so.
MIKE SPIRNAK, Fr.
"Elected to LS&AStudent Government last term as candidate of the
Bullshit Party Currently serves as Administrative Coordinator and
is LSA representative to MSA, Member of various other MSA
JERRY A. PURIFOY, Fr.
"I am currently a member of the Permanent Interviewing Committee
and the Minority Affairs Committee. I have the time and am willing,
with my every resource, to fulfill at least all the requirements of my
office. I willfurther execute my every duty promptly, faithfully, and
to the best of my ability."
DOUG STEINBERG, so.
"Current member of MSA. President, University Housing Council.
Associated with the issues and concerns of students and student gov-
JAY BARRYMORE, Jr.
MARK CHENG, Jr.
"MSA can be a representative and effective student government.
Because of ego-gratifying internal politics and a lack of specific goals
MSA has alienated students. The assembly has to'regain student re-
spect and their work on programs students, want. I am currently on
University Council and hope to make MSA work for effective student-
AVERY KATZ, Jr.
"As president of Markley student government, I feel that MSA must
drstically widen its student support if it is ever to be of any signifi-
cone at all. We can't blame apothy-MSA must take an assertive
leadership position. This must be done by expanding communication
and taking part in state politics."
WALTER S. SMITH, Prof. Grad.
MARCHAND RUSSELL, Jr.
"I believe some changes should be made; the treatment of blacks
and minorities by the University and the MSA is deplorable. We ore
students too, and deserve and demand fair and equal treatment. If
I'm elected I will make sure all students are treated with respect."
KEITH L. KLINE, Jr.
JOSEPH K. PELAVA, Sr.
"With PAC I will shape a comprehensive program to make MSA a
strong and unambiguous voice for educational and social change.
With determination we con unite diverse interests to systematically
challenge administration and build for REAL student power, beyond
nput." Special issues: humanizing learning, the larger political set-
ting, housing, tuition, tenure."
CATHERINE A. VAN WAGNEN, Jr. f
"Representation to the Michigan Student Assembly reflects the indi-
vidual schools and their constituents. I feel that I will represent stu-
dents in the School of Nursing. I am interested in the activities and
politics of student government and have had on extensive background
in the adjudication and advocacy of the needs and interests of stu-"
dents in the Nursing School." , .
JEANNE BARR, Fr.
"My name is Jeanne Barr. I am a freshman in the School of Nursing.
I am currently serving as the School of Nursing representative to the
Michi an Student Assembly. I feel that MSA con serve students more
effici ently whichis the goal of the SABRE party."
DAN CLAUW, So.
LINDA KESKKULA, Sr.
DUANE SENIOR, Jr.
"Vice-President of Bursley Hall Wing Government 1976-1977; Mem-
ber of SAPHA (Student American Pharmaceutical Association)."
ARNIS JUDZEN, Grad.
"My past experience on MSA has given me the chance to become
familiar with the issues currently confronting MSA.
"I ant currently the Rackham representative to MSA. I also serve
on Rackham Studnt Government and am familiar, with issuessfacing
graduate students. Other positions I currently hold are: Chairman,
Student Insurance Committee; Administrative Director, Student Or-
ganizations Board; and Director of Media Relations, MSA.
"My record shows that I con work effectively for student interests.
Your support will allow me to continue this work."
"RUFUS" T. HUNSBERGER, Grad.
"Are you tired of MSA candidates who promise to reduce tuition,
re-estoblish diplomatic ti with Danzig and Montenegro, ease our*
balance of trade deficit, and cure the common cold . . if'elected?
Rufus is not prone to such extravagent claims. Remember GRAZE
-Gonzo and Radical Allocation of Zealous Effort."
BLONDELL M. STRONG, Prof. Grad.
"Educationdl institutions exist for students-to educate them and
to produce future leaders of tomorrow. As o result of the educa-
tional process, students invest considerable and valuable time and
should therefore have a voice in the decisions that aff ect them."
MICHAEL G. BAKER, Grad.
"I am presently enrolled in Rackhom, seeking a Master's in Mathe-
matics. I also have a Bachelor of Science from Michigan. During mf
enrollment as an undergraduate, I served as a fraternity officer for,
three years. I am also completing my third year on MSA's Insurance
JOHN H. BRANDEAU, Prof. Grad.
"I am a Doctoral Candidate in the School of Library Science, I am not
an intensely political person, but a pragmatist primarily concerneo
with the quality of student life and education. My idealism extends
only to the belief that MSA has Ihe ability to improve both."
ERIC M. $CHORGER, Grad.
"As a member of People's Action Coalition I support implementation
of PAC's platform and stress the need for collective efforts to de-'I
velop the viability and responsiveness of the institutions of student
government. I am especially concerned that student organizotions'
participate in the critical evaluotion of the internal workings of the
ERIC C. REHM, Grad.
"As a member of the People's Action Coalition, I fully endorse the
PAC platform. PAC will bring the needed advocacy for student, labor,
aid tommunti mterdsfs +toM.A. Ptrtrculorly, I believe MA must
provide supprt 9oj mpfs$,lohOr groups such as .GEO, Organizing
Committee fordlericalsAFSCME etc
MERVAT I.ATEM, Prof. Grad.
"I am interested in linking the U. of M. to the variety of Social and
Political issues that concern both their undergraduate and graduate
BRIAN LASKEY, Grad.
"After being involved with stupid government here at U of M for 2
years as an undergraduate in LSA, I have finally come to realize that
Bullshit is the best word to describe MSA. May the force be with
BOARD FOR STUDENT
SHARI E. STREIT, So.
"Communication through the mass media is the bgest way we have to.
understand and work effectively for each other. A strong press with
strong leadership behind it is an important branch of any government
and it is especially crucial in an educational community."
DOUG STEINBERG, so.
"Goodness! I've already detailed my exploits under LS&A."
SUSAN STUART CLARK, So.
"Few people know about student publications besides the Daily and
yearbook. I would like to make the Board on active resource for all
students with ideas. My work with the Union, UAC, other student or-
ganizotions and my economics major will provide a strong background
for my goals"
BOB BERNSTEIN, Jr.
"The student Board of Publications protects the editorial freedom
of our student publication. It is necessary to have a responsible and
dedicated student to fill this position. Why is Bob Bernstein the right
person? Well, he's. a Legal Aid worler, officer for Friends of
Legal Aid, and a person you can believe in."
1978 MSA Elections - Ballot Questions:
1) Shall the Michigan Student Assembly sponsor and ontract for on expanded student legal aid program in which all stu-
dents would be eligible for legal services, and s all MSA conduct this, and all other programs and business through
collection of a mandatory assessnent of $2.92 per student per term which would provide $1.74 to a legal aid and
housing law reform program, 15 to a continuing course evaluation, 62 to legal services provided by the Tenants Union
and 972 to all other proper MSA programs and expenses?
2) Shall the President and Vice-President elected in this election be immediately seated with the certification of this
election, the'reby waiving the 45 day wait from the certification of February's Special Election? (This is a binding Consti-
tutional amendment, ond.takes effect immediately.)
3) Shall Article X of the All Campus Constitution be amended to create a proportional interviewing committee for the,
Central Student Judiciary (full text at polls)?
FULL TEXT OF No. 3: -ES_ NO
B. SELECTION PROCESS. Delete second sentence and add: "An interviewing board shall be composed of currently enrolled
students at the University, each of whom shall present to MSA a petition signed by enough MSA members to represent
exactly six votes on the Assembly. No member may sign more than one petition. The committee's term ends with
the next MSA appointment of new CSJ members."
1. CHAIRPERSON. Amend to delete sentence and add "The chairperson shall be selected from amongst the petitioning
students by the Assembly."
4) (This is a non-binding referral) Shall the Students of the University of Michigan oppose any financial ties between the
University of Michigan and the apartheid policies of South Africa ard insist that the Regents follow the example of the
University of Wisconsin and Michigan State University by withdrawing investments of the University of Michigan from
corporations conducting business in South Africa?
1978 ALL-CAMPUS ELECTION POLL SITES
Monday, 4 / 10
South U. & Washt.*
North U. Bus Stop"
Med. Sci. II
South U. & Washt.*
North U. Bus Stop
Not. Res. Bldg.
ANNE BOENNE. Fr.