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Page 6 - The Michigan Daily - Monday, September 30, 1985

WSU editor clashes
with board over ads

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(Continued from Page 1)
BOARD Chairwoman Ranna
Parekh, a junior at Wayne State,
said that while the editor has control
over the stories that appear in the
paper, the publisher is in charge of
general policy decisions, such as
whether to run military adver-
tisements.
"The editor can say whatever she
wants in an editorial," said Parekh.
"It's our duty to make sure there's an
open forum."
At most newspapers, the publisher
would decide whether to ban adver-
tisements, but Managing Editor
Christopher Greenlee said the board
is "not a publisher in the strictest sen-
se" because the editor is responsible
for the entire content of the paper, as
well as hiring and firing editorial and
business staff members.
The emotionally-charged issue is
further complicated by feelings among
members of the newspaper's staff
that the board's actions are the result
of personality and political conflicts.
"These people are incredible
assholes," said Greenlee. "The whole
situation is politically motivated."
"THEY WON'T discuss the issue.
They're acting like a bunch of crazy
people," he added.
Greenlee said the board violated the
Open Meetings Act by holding
meetings without notifying Maceroni,
an ex-officio member of the board. At-
torney General Frank Kelley's office
is investigating the charge.
Parekh admitted that the board has
met on several occasions recently
without notifying Maceroni, but she
said they were not "official" decision-
making meetings, so they do not fall
under the Open Meetings Act.
GREENLEE charged that conser-
vative members of the board opposed
Maceroni's move because they

'They're acting like
a bunch of crazy a
people.'
- Chris Greenlee
South End ,
editor..
disagree with her stance on th&
military and Central America:
Parekh flatly denied the charge.
In a statement yesterday, Maceroni
wrote she did not intend to usurp theA
board's power and proposed that the.
issue be submitted to either a one- or.
three-member mediation body. d
Maceroni has said that she will tag
the issue to court if she is fired.
IF THAT happens, yet another con- 4
flict over the First Amendment a
pears inevitable. Both sides have it
voked the amendment to defend theirj
positions.
The board's attorney, Robert Ver.3
cruysse, said Maceroni was violating
the First Amendment by denying the
military a way to express its"-
messages. "We have an editor here
censoring free speech," he said.
But Maceroni claims that the boardp
would be impinging on the paper's
editorial freedom by deciding what
advertisements can be accepted.
The American Civil Liberties
Union, traditionally the chief defi-
der of First Amendment rights, 6rs
been notified but as yet has steered
clear of the conflict despite a great
deal of local and national publicity.
Maceroni said she will contact the
ACLU to discuss First Amendmety*4
implications.

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Daily Photo by ANDI SCHREIBER

Handsup!
M&M's won't melt in these hands! Cullen Hill, age 3, gets ready for winter.

Spielberg boosts search for real E.T. 's'

HARVARD, Mass (AP) - With the
touch of a lever, "E.T." director
Steven Spielberg yesterday
inaugurated a search for real-life ex-
traterrestrials, switching on a giant
antenna that astronomers hope will
detect radio signals sent from outer
space.
"This marks the beginning of a

really powerful search that has a
decent chance of finding something,"
said Paul Horowitz, a Harvard
University professor who designed the
84-foot communications dish, part of
the most powerful radio-scanning
system ever used to hunt for aliens.
THE DISH, capable of scanning 8.4
million radio channels, marks an

escalation of such efforts by The
Planetary Society, which scans the
skies for signs of life from its Oak
Ridge Observatory in Harvard, a
small town northwest of Boston.
Since 1983, the space-watching
group has been searching with a sim-
pler scanner, which picked up only
180,000 radio channels.

The new antenna, known as Project
Meta, was built with the help of a
$100,000 grant from Spielberg.
"It's the most sophisticated search
for extraterrestrial intelligence in
human history," said Carl Sagan, the
popular science writer and president
of the Planetary Society, who joined
Spielberg.

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COUZENS HALL second annual Talent Explosion
will take place tomorrow (October 1, 1985) at
9:30 p.m. in the cafe. Refreshments will be served.
Be there! NCDO930
Off Campus
Students
Consider the advantages of on-campus dining in UM Resi-
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