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The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 18, 1980-Page 5
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SHOGUN

THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN CENTER FOR JAPANESE
STUDIES CORDIALLY INVITES YOU TO ATTEND THIS
FREE PUBLIC TOLK
Panel Discussion Sept. 20
apan Specialists will be reviewing the television
mini-series "SHOGUN."
Participants in the discussion will be:
PROFESSOR ROGER HACKETT, PROFESSOR PETER
ARNESEN, and DR. ROBERT INNES of
the University of Michigan
September 20, 10:00am-noon in the
Modern Languages Building, Aud. 4,
Univesity of Michigan campus
I caching Guides and Viewing Guides will be available
SPONSORED BY THE PROJECT ON EAST ASIAN STUDIES
IN EDUC A TION

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Doily Photo by PETER SERLING
UNIVERSITY SECURITY OFFICERS Robert Davenport (left) and Nancy Evanski and Ann Arbor police officer Wil-
liam Wise stand in University security communications center.
POLICE, GUARDS PA TROL CAMPUS:
U provisions for safety

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COURSES IN JUDAICA

By BARRY WITT
f. In light of the recent murder of a University graduate
student, many persons in the University community have
developed a renewed concern about campus security. The
University utilizes four types of services to guard ,the Diag
and environs.
More than 50 security persons from three sources patrol
the campus every night to protect people and property. The
University Department of Safety, which supplies four
.ecurity guards of its own, also coordinates the entire effort.
THE DEPARTMENT contracts a private guard service
(State Security) to cover the buildings on campus. Twenty-
five employees, two of whom work out of cars, are on duty to
check on any suspicious activities in University buildings. A
guard checks each building at least twice every night.
The University pays the full salary of 10 Ann Arbot police
officers, who are responsible for handling campus crimes.
Twenty-four employees of housing security are respon-
sible for safety in the dormitories and North Campus family
Housing units. Housing also uses two vehicles, which when
Nighttime dan
continued from Page 1) studying late and
"A booklet of information and them home.
common sense" tips about walking MSA has appoir
at night to be mailed to all students force to look into
in their monthly tuition statement; said representativ
*An escort service run by the frater- The assembly alr
nities to provide women with a safe way distribute 4,000 in
to go home at night; and, around campus, h
*A public information blitz that would holding a forum of
enlist the help of local radio stations, sday, September 25
faculty, and off-campus landlords. REPRESENTAI
Walter Stevens, University Director security and the A
of Safety, told the group that campus be at the Septemb
security has "liberalized" its escort swer questions frc
policy because of the recent assaults berg said.
and will respond to emergency calls Vice-President J
from women who are working or the night owl bus, v

added to two cars from State Security and two more from the
Department of Safety total six autos patrolling the campus
area.
Some security cars are marked by a sticker with a
University seal, while others are unmarked. Director of
Safety Walter Stevens said there is "no reason one way or the
other" for the absence of identification on some cars.
THE SECURITY GUARDS from each service wear dif-
ferent uniforms. Housing personnel wear brown uniforms,
and Safety and State Security have blue uniforms of differing
styles.
Safety offices use a complex communication center that
receives all "123" emergency calls. A dispatcher has radio
communication with all security personnel as well as with
Ann Arbor police should a problem occur. Stevens said a con-
centration of security guards can be moved easily to a
specific area when a problem arises.
Files are kept on all reports phoned radioed into the
dispatcher. Also contained in the department's offices is the
University fire marshall's office.
gers examined

HEBREW FOR BEGINNERS..................Mon. & Thurs. 7:00-8:301
INTERMEDIATE HEBREW ........................ Tuesdays 7:00-8:301
ADVANCED INTERMEDIATE HEBREW............Tuesday 8:30-10:001
YIDDISH FOR BEGINNERS ......... ................... Tuesdays 7:00-9:001
INTERMEDIATE YIDDISH ....................... Thursdays 7:00-9:001
JEWISH CATALOGUE.. .... ..................Tuesdays 7:00-8:301
BASIC JUDAISM. . ........................... Mondays 7:00-10:001

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READINGS IN GENESIS ........................ Mondays 8:30-10:00 PM
THE 48 WAYS TO WISDOM .......... .... .. ..Mondays 7:00-8:30PM
JUDAISM & WAR.................... ........Tuesdays 7:00-8:30PM
RABBINIC TEXTS .............................. Tuesdays 8:30-10:00 PM
READINGS IN MAIMONIDES ................. Wednesdays 7:00-8:30 PM
TEXTS & ISSUES CONFRONTING CONTEMPORARY
JUDAISM .......Thursdays (Oct. 9, Nov. 13, and Dec. 4) 7:30-9:00 PM

BIMuBdRITI
Foundation

have no one to walk
ited a security task
the entire problem,
ve Bruce Brumberg.
ready has plans to
formational leaflets
he said, and will be
n the assaults Thur-
5.
'IVES from campus
.nn Arbor police will
ber 25 session to an-
om students, Brum-
ohnson reported that
which carries studen-

REGISTRATION: Wednesday,
Sept. 17, 7:00-9:00 PM
And M-F, Sept. 15-19,
9-5 PM
1429 Hill Street-663-3336

ts from the Undergraduate Library to
the Hill dormitories and Oxford
cooperatives, will resume its schedule
earlier than usual this fall-probably
by the end of this week.

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#Ann Arbor women taking
additional precautions.

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and lights are left on at night when the
apartment is empty.
."I'm, no longer hesitant to ask people
,to..walk me home," Phegley continued.
"I don't care what they say anymore."
THE MURDERS had a special im-
pact on LSA Junior Amy Bronson, too-
her sister was friends with the.first vic-
tim.
"I used to have an air of self-
confidence," Bronson said. "Now I
know better."
Not all of those interviewed were
frightened by the string of murders.
Ann Arbor resident Jennifer Stoecklein
said she has ready access to a car and
isn't worried for herself, although she
has a friend who is "paranoid." Suzan-
e Muicholak enjoys walking alone and
said she doesn't plan to stop, unless the
"situation gets "really serious."
THE MAJORITY, however, worried
{'bout some instance when they might

be forced to walk in the dark against
their will.
LSA student Terry Corbin works at
White Market until six. She said that it
will be dark in the winter when she
walks to the bus on Fourth and William
and said she is "not too happy about it."
Anne Bouckaert is a University art
student and has classes on North Cam-
pus at night. She worries about walking
from the bus stop to her home on Tap-
pan.
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