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Page 2-Sunday, September 13, 1981-The Michigan Daily
Winter enrollment
axed for BBA students

By PAM FICKINGER
As of this year, students will no
longer be able to enroll in the bachelor
of business administration (BBA)
program for the winter term. Instead,

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the business school will admit new
students into the program only in Sep-
tember, a move that will force some
students to delay their education plans
eight months.
Although the change will disrupt the
schedules of students who planned to
apply for admission this winter-who
usually number about 50-business
school admissions director James
Filgas said students already in the
program will benefit.
FILGAS SAID THAT in the past
students who started in the winter were
always "off the track" and as a result
they were unable to enroll in a number
of important electives.
Now that all the BBA students will be
in the same pattern, Filgas said,
professors will be able to spend more
time assisting students because they
will not need to teach as many classes.
The switch will not directly affect
most BBA students because about five
times as many students were already in
the fall/winter pattern as there were in
the winter/fall track, according to
William Moller, assistant dean of the
business school.
The change will be "better for people
who are serious about BBA," said Dale
Fox, a second year student on the
program. But it will be "a real blow for
others"' who wanted to enroll this
January.

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IN BRIEF
Compiled from Associated Press and
United Press International reports
Woman raped at MSU
EAST LANSING- The town which boasts the largest college campus in
the state has recorded its second rape in a week.
A 19-year-old woman was assaulted between 11:30 and midnight Thursday
by a man who had picked her up while she was hitchhiking, according to the
Michigan State University public safety department.
The rape occurred in a wooded garden area, police said.
O'Connor prepares for
confirmation
WASHINGTON- In a virtuoso performance guaranteeing she will be the
first woman Supreme Court justice, Sandra Day O'Connor voiced traditional
conservative positions on busing, abortion and capital punishment- and
dispelled notions she is a judicial moderate.
In her three days of confirmation hearings last week before the Senate
Judiciary Committee, her carefully worded responses on those issues dear
to conservatives must have pleased President Reagan.
The committee is certain to send her nomination to the full Senate for con-
firmation. It could come as early as Tuesday.
The one area where she failed to completely satisfy right-wing critics was
abortion. Despite persistent interrogation, she steadfastly refused to say.
how she would vote on abortion since it is likely to return to the Supreme
Court.
Cardinal denies allegations
CHICAGO- Cardinal John Cody, who reportedly is under federal in-
vestigation for allegedly misusing $1 million in church funds, said yesterday
he has been "falsely accused."
Cody, speaking about the allegations for the first time since the Chicago
Sun-Times began a series about his finances Thursday, said he would forgive
those making the accusations, in accordance with Christ's instructions.
The Sun-Times said a federal grand jury is investigating whether Cody, 73,
used the church money to buy things such as a Florida home, expensive
clothes and furs and a luxury car for Helen Dolan Wilson, a lifelong friend.
Cody is the leader of the nation's largest Roman Catholic diocese. Wilson
is both owner and beneficiary of a $100,000.insurance policy taken out on the
life of the cardinal more than 27 years ago, the Sun-Times reports.
PLO beefs up Lebanon force
BEIRUT, Lebanon- Yasser Arafat's Palestine Liberation Organization
has moved an armored battalion into southern Lebanon to reinforce its
strongholds in anticipation of an Israeli offensive, Palestinian sources said-
yesterday.
Photographs of armored Palestinian units leaving the Lebanese capital
appeared yesterday in most Beirut newspapers. They showed troops.
carrying rocket-propelled grenades and Soviet-made amphibious anti-air-
craft armored vehicles.
Newspapers reported the unit left Beirut on Thursday for an undisclosed
location in south Lebanon, where a tenuous cease-fire has been holding since
July 24. Palestinian sources said a battalion that included long-range ar-
tillery units also was moved south in recent weeks.
Israeli officials have reported several Palestinian guerrilla attacks in
recent days on the-border enclave held by Isreli-backed Christian militia
leader Saad Haddad.
Khomeini vows revenge
ANKARA, Turkey- Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini vowed yesterday to
avenge the murder of one of his close aides and the Islamic regime declared
it would press ahead with a campaign of executions to stamp out opposition.
Khomeini accused "lackeys of the great Satan, criminal America'' of
masterminding the assassination and vowed revenge, Tehran radio repor
ted.
Iran's,81-year-old revolutionary patriarch also replaced the conmander
of Iran's air force, and a government spokesman said elections to replace
slain President Mohammad Ali Rajai could be held before the end of the
month, according to the state-run radio.
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