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"THE BASIC THING about the
Greek system is the 'niche' aspect -
the support of sisters and brothers
getting through four traumatic
years," Glanzman says.
Jack Levin, a sociologist at Nor-
theastern University in California
who last year completed a major
study of the Greek system, offers
another theory:
"They're back for the same reason
that the junior prom is back, that
Ronald Reagan is president, that
there's a religious revival and a rebir-
th of patriotism."
WHATEVER the reason, the pen-
dulum has indeed swung back from
the days when members of Greek
societies were condemned for
following their parents and for con-
forming with sacred rituals and
philanthropic activities.
In the manner of generations of
Greeks before them, Lutes says
fraternity men still swallow goldfish
on occasion and keep alive a "playful
rivalry" between pledges and active
members.
But he adds that in today's Greek
societies one won't "find as many
religious, racial, and financial
barriers as you may have found in the

last 'successful' period of frater-
nities."
"I WOULD LIKE to see people
realize the positive aspects of the
fraternity system instead of dwelling
on the few negative events," Lutes
says, insisting that laws against
hazing are obeyed despite tales to the
contrary.
The recent history of the Greek
system here isn't tarnished by
punishments for incidents of
privations and humiliations, but all-
male societies on other campuses
haven't been so lucky.
From the University of Vermont to
California State University at Fuller-
ton, charges of hazing, racism, and
sexism, and potentially deadly
initiations have impatient college
administrators clamping down on
Greeks, and in some cases, banning
fraternities from campus.
DISCIPLINE problems at Amherst,
including numerous incidents of van-
dalism and sexism, prompted its
trustees to abolish the liberal arts
school's 148-year Greek tradition.
More than one third of the campus
population was Greek.
But there have been worse cases.
Much worse.
The morning after an initiation par-
ty at the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity at

Tennessee State University, a 20-
year-old member was found dead with
five times the amount of alcohol in his
blood to make him legally drunk.
"You know, a lot of this is done as
sort of a shared misery thing,"
Jonathan Razee, a Pepperdine
University student, said of the more
bizarre pledge rites. "Frats figure if
we're all miserable together, we'll

l4ime high
always stay best friends."
But that rationale lost a lot of
credence a t the February 19184
American International College Oin
Springfield, Mass., where pledes
were instructed to gorge themsel'es
with spaghetti and wine, vomit, the
eat and drink some more.
A Zeta Chi pledge died from this
form of shared misery.

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communications equipment similar to author," the letter states.
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LOST & FOUND
$50 REWARD for return of camera equipment
lost at Charlie's Friday night. Call 662-7925.
67A1009
LOST DOG: White, female, Husky puppy with
flea-collar; "Sheba" 994-1515. 66A1009
$50.00 REWARD for the return of large, blue.
loose-leaf notebook lost on Thursday - Crisler
bus. Call 426-8930. 52A1004
FOUND: Film near Fishbowl. Identify by type
and # of exposures. 764-1177. 49A1006

FOR SALE FOR SALE

PERSONAL

HELP WANTED

FOR SALE

CAMERA 4X5 with 3 lenses, many accessories.
$500. 663-4370. 78B1010
VISION SHREDDER SKATEBOARD. 10"
concave. Trucks, wheels, bearings. Brand new,
used once. $70.764-0844. 72B1007
APPLE II+, monitor, Epson printer, software
and more. $1,200 or best offer. 971-8823. 27B1010
WANTED TO RENT: Space to store furniture and
furnishings from small 3-bedroom house. Call
Marge 971-6191, evenings. 14B1004
ART
SALES
Part time sales representatives wanted to
sell a prestigious line of limited edition
marble etchings, that are being introduced
for the first time to private collectors and
commercial businesses throughout south-
east Michigan.
FOR MORE INFORMATION, CALL
591-9104 AFTER 6:00P.M.
351H1004

1972 LOTUS EUROPA Special. Exotic, White/
Black interior. $6,900/offer. 662-3691. 89B1004
KAY STRING BASS ("Bertha"), excellent
condition, new strings/bridge. 994-4872. 50B1007
TAKARA TOURING BIKE, 12 speed, very light
weight, $275.00 994-4872. 51B1007
MUST SELL: '79 Mustang. Jensen Stereo; 40W
Booster; Cruise; Sunroof; Michelin Tires; Rear-
view Defogger. 662-4236 after 6p.m. 31B1004
1978 MUSTANG II with power steer/brakes,
V6, air conditioning,rautomatic, new brakes/
water pump/radiator. Good condition. $2300.
769-4473 evenings. 48B1007

TEE & SKI, 2455 S. State, is repeating the
Clearance Sale held 9/28. On Sunday, 10/6 we're
open from 1-5 p.m. Everything is 50% OFF!
We have approximately 100 jackets, new downhill
boots and XC boots, new XC waxable skis,
used downhill skis and accessories.
EVERYTHING MUST GO!!! 79B1004
DORM FRIDGE: Like new. $75. Steve at 665-7386
before 11 p.m. 80B1010
MONSTER CERWIN VEGA SPEAKERS -
Excellent Condition, super loud, efficient, 12"
woofer, 5/10 DB 30HZ enhancer. $300 pair,
Firm. John 763-1680. 76B1009

FOR RENT

DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Edited by Trude Michel Jaffe

FURNISHED ROOM with cooking facilities on
Geddes near Observatory. Female preferred.
Mod. Mgt. 6686906 or 663-3641. 75C1017
A BARGAIN at a reduced rent. Immediate
occupancy. EXTRA LARGE - 2 BEDROOM
APT. New furniture, drapes and carpeting, air
conditioning, patio, secured Bldg. Packard near
Hill St. Call Modern Mgt. 668-6906 or 663-3641.
7401017
MALE DORM Lease For Sale: "Single" in South
Quad, Fall and Winter. 764-6692. 56C1009
FEMALE ROOMMATE WANTED for furnished
2 bedroom apartment. Two minutes from campus
(715 Church). Ask for Eunice or Wendy
769-9289. 70C1009
UNIVERSITY
TOWERS
FURNISHED APARTMENTS
536S. FOREST
761-2680
cCtc

PERSONAL COMPUTERS for fun and profit.
IBM to Commodore. Lots of software. Call
761-7400. 62F0108
DON'T MISS ANYTHING. SAVE TOO. 15% off
*on contact lens supplies at the Village Apothecary.
1112 S. University. cFtc
1 DO YOU DRINK A
I SIX-PACK
I OF BEER A WEEK?
If yes, and you are 21 years of'
age, male, and plan to watch the;
World Series... I
I WE WILL GIVE YOU A $10.00 I
COUPON FOR YOUR
FAVORITE BEER! 3
. in exchange for approximately
one-half hour on October 9th and;
29th to complete a questionaire. I
You can come to Hale Auditor- I
ium, School of Business Adm inis-
tration anytime between 7:00 p.m.
and 9:00 p.m. to answer your U
questionnaire. To participate you I
MUST register in advance with
Margaret Oberle 763-1169 CALL,
I NOW!
L -57F1007
STU DENT SERVICES
RESUMES - written - also word processed or
typeset; coverletters, too. 6624530. cGtc

EXPERIENCED LANDSCAPE person needed.
Call 663-9348 evenings. 38H1004
ANN ARBOR NEWS is looking for part-time
person to work in our Circulation Department.
Responsibilities would be filing, telephone work,
and typing. Job requirements are typing 45 w.p.m.
and some computer experience preferred.
Working hours are 3:00 to 7:00 p.m. on Thursday
and 6:00 to 10:00 a.m. on Saturday and Sunday.
If interested in working in a fast paced office
come to the Ann Arbor News Personnel
Department. We are an Affirmative Action/Equal
Opportunity Employer. 84H1010
THE ANN ARBOR NEWS has positions open for
2 Utility Drivers. Candidates must have a good
driving record and a reliable vehicle. Hours for
Position 1 are: Saturday and Sunday 6:00 a.m. to
10:00 a.m. and Monday & Thursday 3:00 p.m. to
7:30 p.m. Hours for Position 2 are: Monday thru
Friday 3:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Hourly rate plus
Mileage Reimbursement. Apply at The Ann Arbor
News Personnel Department. For questions, call
994-6744 and ask for Lee Ann. We are an Equal
Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.
83H1010
PEOPLE TO HELP with Special Events to be
held in the new Univ. Hospital October 13 & 15.
Minimum wage paid. Call Pat or Anne 764-2220.
82H1011
TEMPORARY CLERK POSITION - Must enjoy
working with people. Lucky Costumes 303
S. Main. 65111004
KITCHEN, BAR and WAIT HELP. Be a part of our
team at Benhigans. Great pay and benefits. Great
opportunities. Apply in person or call 996H0996.
12H1007
JOIN THE HELPING TEAM. Volunteer at SOS
Community Crisis Center. Free crisis counselor
training begins October 4. Call now to schedule an
interview. 485-8730. 15H1007
PART-TIME BUSBOY, HANDYMAN and Satur-
day HOUSEKEEPER needed for information call
Tracy 668-0952. 32H1004
HELP. FOREIGN STUDENT needs tutorial help
with papers. Graduate level education courses.
$12/hr. Begin immediately. Tel.#663-5029. 9-11 a.m.
only M-F. 36H0104

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BUSINESS SERVICES
PARKING-CAMPUS: South University and Forst.
761-9635 or 761-7400. 95J0104
A CUT ABOVE HAIR DESIGN - Special $':off
any service, first visit only. Call 662-2544 forap-
pointment. tc
SCREEN PRINTED APPAREL Excellent to
promote community events. Sorori es,
Fraternities. Also looking for Sales Rops.
Unlimited commission. You set hours. For itfo.
contact: VSW Inc. 189 N. State Caro, MI. 48 .
(517) 673-6613.3108
SANDI'S TYPING & WORD PROCESSING;
"**20% Discount-1st paper**"*
Fast & accurate. Papers, briefs, resumes, letters,
theses. Campus pick-up & delivery. 4261
qJtc
THE NEW SCHOOL OF PIANO
First lesson complimentary. 9940371 N"
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TYPING - ALL KINDS - Fast, efficient service.
Reasonable rates. Laurie, 973-1592. Jtc
Papers/Resumes/Coverletters I',
EXECU-TOPS Word Processing 663-7158;.
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GOING PLACES

1
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1%

ACROSS
Family head
"...giveme

10 Refer to
14 Author of "The
Angry Hills"
15 Realtor's sign
16 City on the Oka
17 Hackett's
stock-in-trade
18 Get ready
20 Record holder
22 Holding
devices
23 U. of Maine's
locale
25 Lover of
Narcissus
26 Designates
28 Town at mouth
of the Tiber
32 Actor Hingle
33 Ich -: Prince
of Wales's
motto
34 Gases used in
air-conditioners
35 Borodin's
Prince
37 November VIP
39 Italian painter
40 Establish
42 Court name
44 Roman
goddess
45 Seed covering
46 Almanac, in a
way
48 --China
50 Susan of the
screen
51 Atthe helm
55 Shepherdess in
"The Winter's
Tale"

DOWN
1 Smooth-haired
dogs
2 Sea in the
USSR
3 Walks a certain
way
4 Declare
positively
5 Mindful
6 Boo follower
7 Cassini
8 Measures, in
London
9 Set of moral
principles
10 Ravel, e.g.
11 Dies-
12 Part of NWT
13 Certain tooth
bearers
19 Magistrate in
ancient Sparta
21 Partner of null
24 Spread for
bread
26 Tidal bore
27 Abstract beings
29 Yesterday's
ballerinas
30 Circle or
sanctum

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Global area
Early inhabitant
of Great Britain

471
49,
51

34 "-- early
times...": J.
Woolman
-36 Sane
38 Cinders of the
comics

Chester
52 Genus of
dolphin
53 Viaud's pen
name
54 Capricorn
56 Domingo
specialty
57 Brit. silver
59 Dir.

English county
A fun place
Arthur or

ACCURACY INK
Editing/Word Processing
Reasonable Rates. 971-4139.

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43

Augsburg aunt
Preceder of
blast

DORM DOINGS

46 - bassoon

ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE:
JAFFA HOE D CURB
ALARM QMMNI ABOD
BATON BOON ROUX
US ED H A E B IOTAE
BOAS1TS SAAR
A N NOY B UT TE R SU P
N E CK SOR E S E T NA
C REA M PU FF P E R IL
A RT S POL I T E
R IN GL A R DNER E A T
U SE D D A RE B IOT A
M E ME E NOL R ION
B RY N R A PT Y E LP S
1014185

Off Campus
Students
Consider the advantages of on-campus dining in UM Resi-
dential Halls ..
" THREE MEAL PLANS TO CHOOSE FROM!
" TEN CONVENIENT LOCATIONS TO CHOOSE FROM!
" SPECIAL DISCOUNTS WITH ENTREE PLUS!
We have a meal plan for your style. Come to
113 SAB (the Entree Office) today. or
phone 763-4632.

International Substance
Abuse Consultants
announces a presentation to the
LHC Corporate Board on
The Movers, Shakers, and Pushers;
what should be done about sub-
stance abuse in Corporate
America?
To be held on October 8, 1985, at
8:30 a.m. in Hale Auditorium
and continued on October 10,
1985, at 8:30 a.m. in the Execu-
tive Board Room.
The University of Michigan
School of Business
Administration.
61G1004

SURVEY SUPERVISORS, telephone inter-
viewers, data entry staff needed. Part/full time,
flexible schedules. Survey experience desirable.
Reasonable pay. Call ITS 994-0003. 53111007
SOMEONE TO DRIVE my car from Ann Arbor
to Portland Oregon area. Approximately October
11.665-6436. 54H1004
KITCHEN HELP NEEDED. 45 minutes per day,
FREE meals. 663-8461. 55H1007
GARDENING ASSISTANCE needed to organize
large overgrown garden before winter. Five
minutes from Plymouth Road Shopping Mall.
Hours flexible. Call 668-1719 between 8-10 p:m.
47H1007
PEOPLE LOOKING for PART TIME jobs. 16 to
32 hours a week. Call State Security at 668-0447 for
information. Excellent for students. 26111009
KITCHEN HELP NEEDED, M-F and/or weekends.
All meals free, great way to meet people. If
interested, call 769-1719. 46H1004
TEACHER: Enthusiastic individual with ele'men-
tary teaching experience, to work with 3 gifted
children in a private area Lansing home. Must be
able to communicate social skills as well as
academic achievement. Send detailed background
and work history including wage requirement.
DART CONTAINER CORP., 500 Hogsback Rd.,
Mason, Michigan, 48854. 07H0107

THANKSGIVING,
NEW YORK
FLIGHTS FROM $98
LaGuardia and Newark, Great Places Travel
Consultants, U of M Union Mall. Call immed-
iately 994-4777. cKc
TICKETS I
M VS. WISCONSIN: Two together. Sec. .27.
John, 764-3670, Between Noon and Midniht.
No calls after Friday night. .Q
ABSOLUTE top dollar paid for UM football tck-
ets. Call 973-6327. tc
FACE VALUE tickets for sale - Maryl nd,
Wisconsin, Indiana, Purdue ONLY.973-9582.
c~t
THE DETROIT SYMPHONY ORCHESTRAL is
offering students subscriptions tickets for 50Voff
the regular subscription price. That is $25 ft r6
concerts or $8 for 3 concerts. Tickets will be
on a first come first serve basis. For furte
information, pick-up a brochure in the Msic
Building or call 567-1400. 17108
MUSICAL MDSE.,
STEREOS, ETC.i.
SONY RECEIVER, KLH speakers, Sanyo
turntable. Good condition. $300 or best offer.
Steve at 665-7386 before 11p.m. 81N*
1 PR. DCM TIME WINDOWS (used) $4751 o
best offer. 1 Pr. MIRAGE 750's 3-'ay
top-of-the-line speakers (used) $360 or best oer.
Brand new OHM WALSH II speakers.,ist
$1000 Two pairs for sale at $650/pr 663-4867.
77NW10
MISCELLANEOUS;

GREEK GAB

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SIGMA GAMMA RHO Sorority needs a funk
R&B Dance D.J. for a party. All Reasonable bids
considered. Call 764-5006 or 996-2396 p.m. only.
dE

HELP WANTED

FOREIGN STUDENT needs tutoring assistance
in compositional writing on diverse topics for
graduate level course. Price negotiable. Reply:
P.O. Box No. 3536, Ann Arbor, 48106. 03H1004
FEDERAL, STATE, & Civil jobs now available.
Call 1-619-565-1657 for info. 24 hrs. 41H1004
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Students with good
communication skills. Represent our well
established product. Campus area. Evenings.
769-9531 for Rene. 42H1004
ONE OUTSIDE Sales representative for
advertising sales. Great earnings! 769-9531 for
Mr. Lemar 43H1004

PERSONAL

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CONGRATULATIONS to all the new pledges of
KAPPA ALPHA THETA! Get ready for a wild
and exciting year! dF

THE MUG Eateries & Commons is NOW HIRING
for Bus People/Kitchen Cleanup. University of
Michigan Students ONLY. EarnU 3.60/hour;
flexible hours needed; primarily night-time shifts.
Please apply in person Room 2400 Michigan

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