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Page 6 - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, October 31, 1985

Halioween
traditions
haunt 'U
(Continued from Page 1)
that had been burning all year in their
hearths, and then light a new fire with
the flame from the giant bonfire.
Fagan p iests also sacrificed
animals-ar sometimes criminals
and people believed to practice sor-
c ery-to appease the spirits. They
tossed the sacrificial bodies into the
hilltop blazes, giving them their
literal names "bonfires."
Hoping to relace the pagan practice
with Christianity, Pope Gregory IV
set All Saints Day on Nov. 1 during the
eighth century. But it took hundreds
of years more before the pagan rites
declined and many of the super-
stitions continued, including the
execution of suspected witches.
New.superstitions even sprung up.
One was the legend of a craftsman
named Jack, who supposedly made a
pact with the devil to become a
master blacksmith in exchange for
his soul. A sign he hung above his shop
door reading ,"Master of Masters of
Trade" sparked concern in Christ and
Saint Peter. According to the story,
the religious figures said they would
give Jack three wishes to forfeit his
mastery.
Since Jack feared he'd lose his soul
to the devil, he agreed, placing these
requests: to keep someone up a tree,
in a chair or in a purse.
Christ granted the wishes, but told
Jack he should have asked to be
allowed to enter heaven. When the
devil came to collect Jack's soul, the
craftsmaneused his wishes to ward off
the devil. The gates to both heaven and
hell were locked against Jack's soul.
While his lost soul was wandering
about, he stuffed red hot coals from a
fire into a large turnip so that the glow
would light his way.
Later thekstorytellers called the
lamp a "Jack-O-Lantern."

Second liver transplant succeeds

By DAVID ROTH
University Medical Center's second
liver transplant recipient, a 38 year-
old Marysville woman, is in serious
condition in intensive care after a 16-
hour operation, according to Medical
Center spokesman David Friedo.
The operation, which began early
yesterday morning, was performed
by doctors Jeremiah Turcotte, chief
of surgery and head of the liver tran-
plant program, Darryl Campbell, and
Donald Dafoe.
THE LIVER donor was identified
only as a 27-year-old Michigan man.

The woman's vital signs were stable
and the liver was functioning yester-
day afternoon after the surgery. The
surgeons reported that the surgery
had gone well, Friedo said.
The transplant was part of the
University Hospitals' two-year-old
Multi-Organ Transplant program.
Fourteen heart transplants, several
pancreas transplants, and "hundreds
of kidney transplants," have been
performed under the program, said
Friedo.
The Unviersity Medical Center is
the only center in Michigan currently
transplanting livers, ,he said. To

qualify for the liver transplant
program, a patient must be diagnosed
as critically ill with a liver disease.
Information was unavailable
regarding the woman's exact liver
disease or how she entred the
program. Hdwever, potential tran-
splant patients are referred to the
program either by physicians at the
University Medical Center or by other
area physicians.
A 22-year-old Detroit man received
a donor liver Aug. 2 in the Medical
Center's first liver transplant. Friedo
said that the man died approximately
six weeks later from a lung infection.,

Josephson blasts research panel .

Doily Photo by DAN HABIB
A University maintenance worker removes asbestos from the steam tun-
nels.
Asbestos removal Posed
no threat to pedestrians

By NANCY DRISCOLL
Michigan Student Assembly officers yesterday
challenged the impartiality of an ad hoc committee ap-
pointed by President Harold Shapiro on Monday to review
University guidelines on classified research.
In a written statement, MSA President Paul Josephson
and Vice President Phillip Cole criticized the committee
appointment procedure and called for the resignation of
committee member James Leach. The officers said Lesch
should be removed "due to his direct conflict of interest as
Director of the (Division of Research, Development, and
Administration) and partiality on the issues under
discussion."
Josephson and Cole claim that standard appointment

procedures were ignored by Vice President for Research
Linda Wilson, who organized the selection process.
"For University-wide committees the MSA normally
appoints or nominates all those students who will serve
on such a committee," said Eric Schnaufer, MSA's vice
president for personnel. "The administration has
bypassed MSA in order to pick those students it wants to
serve on the committee."
Only one of two students named to the council - law
student Sean Laane - was nominated by MSA. The other
- engineering graduate student Thomas Battle - was
nominated by the Engineering Council. Shapiro solicited
recommendations not only from MSA and the
Engineering Council, but also from LSA Student Gover-
nment, and Rackham Student Assembly.

Credit card companies seek students

By MARY CHRIS JAKLEVIC
Asbestos removed yesterday from
an underground tunnel in front of
Tappan Hall posed no health threat to
pedestrians who walked by the work
area or to employees in nearby
buildings, according to a University
safety official.
Maintenance workers cleaned up
asbestos that had fallen off of pipes in
the tunnel so that a crew repairing the
tunnel's ceiling would. not risk
breathing in the carcinogenic subst-
nance, said Gary Monroe, manager of
the Occupational Safety and En-
vironmental Health Department.
The remaining asbestos on the pipes
was not removed because that could

disperse more asbestos particles into
the air, Monroe said.
Although the tunnel transfers steam
to campus buildings from the Univer-
sity's heating system, the air inside
the tunnel does not enter the
buildings, according to Gregory Metz,
an engineer in charge of heating. and
utilities for the plant department.
Therefore, employees inside ad-
joining buildings need not worry
about exposure, he said.
Last November, employees in Lor-
ch Hall complained about exposure to
carcinogens in theasbestos that was
removed during renovation of that
building.

By MARY CHRIS JAKLEVIC
The tide is turning in the credit card
market.
Students, who used to be considered
a bad risk by credit card companies,
are now being actively pursued by
card issuers.
"STATISTICS prove that students
are just as good at handling credit
cards as the general public," said Joe
McAninch, regional manager of the
College Credit Card Corporation, a
Philadelphia-based firm which
distributes credit card applications at
universities.
McAninch said that though students
don't have a lot of money, they do

have the highest percent of disposable
income of any group, so the money.
they do have gets spent.
And perhaps more importantly,
students have promising financial
futures. "Students are very likely to1
graduate and get high-paying jobs.
They are an extremely valuable
market to these companies. Thet
average credit card (account) has a
life of 12 years, but students could
have that card until they die."
McAninch said students have a
much better chance of receiving
credit while in school, rather than af-
ter graduation, since companies
require little in the way of past credit1

experience or steady employmen
from student applicants. McAninch
said students are rarely denied credit
cards.
The College Credit Card Cor-
poration acts as a middleman bet-
ween the credit card companies and
student organizations, which they pay
to distribute credit card applications
designed especially for students.
Women in Communications, Inc. is
sponsoring a credit card drive in the
Fishbowl today. Applications for
Zales, Sears, Hudson's, Amoco, and
Citibank, Visa, and Mastercard are
available to all juniors, seniors and
graduate students.

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LOST & FOUND

FOR SALE

FOR SALE

PERSONAL

LOST MONDAYI Tri-colored, 14K gold bracelet.
REWARD $30.00. Call 763-2733. 25A1101
LOST: Black wallet with no money, in Union
area. 668-0966. 24A1101

FOR SALE

MARY MARKLEY lease for sale for winter
term. Single occupancy in a double room. Call
Mary 764-2862. 1 50B1105
'71 PONTIAC ventura. 77,000 original miles,
new brakes, exhaust, tires. $600.00 or best.
(Day) 665-7282, (Evening) 434-0077. 37B1101
OPEN SUNDAY, 1-5, 16 Harvard Place.
Arboretum/Campus area, redecorated beautiful
3 bedroom, 2 baths, fireplace, rec. room, etc.
in natural setting on wooded rolling lot. $147,500.
Riggs and Company, 1-697-0987. 40B1104
'80 DATSUN 210-Red, new tires. Runs like a
dream. $2000 or best offer. 769-6462. 27B1101
1980 CHEVETTE - Good condition. Call
995-1576 PERSISTENTLY. 38B1104
1977 CAPRI,- Black, very clean, six speakers
stereo/cassette. very reliable. $1250 or offer.
971-2785 evenings. 33B1101
GREAT BOOKS For Sale - Classic Titles, make
a deal. 994-6476. 09B1031

8PIECE SILVERWARE SETTING, $15. 8-Place
china setting, $25. 4-piece knife set including steak
knives, $15. Assorted pots and pans, $15. Upright
vacuum cleaner, $15. Floor length drapes: 3-sets
of two panels, beige with white backing, to fit
sliding glass doors, $20 per set. Four tires: two
E70-14 Grand Am Super Wides G/T, and two
H70-14 Grand Prix Super Wides G/T, raised white
lettering, 3,000 miles, $150. 6-foot couch with
slipcovers, $30. Or best offer on any combination.
Call 764-2397 afternoons or 995-9649 evenings.
20B1031
TICKET TO THE BODY BLAST JAM. Call.
764-6905 for details. 08B1107
1980 MAZDA RX-7. 5-speed, great condition.
$5250. Call 665-7391. 14B1107

- ATTENTION STUDENTS -
Giant Flea Market
Household items, furniture, jewelry, vin-
tage clothing, new and old. 150 dealers. 6:00-
10:00 p.m. Fri., 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. Sat.-
Sun., 214 E. Michigan at Park, Downtown
Ypsilanti, 487-5890,971-7676. cBtc

FOR RENT

DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Edited by Trude Michel Jaffe

ACROSS
1 Law and order.
symbol
5 Kind of V.P.
9 Fundamentals
13 Poe forte
14 Girl or boy
16 Spanish
surrealist
17 Battle solo
18 Spa feature
19 Three-handed
card game
20 Athletic court
fugitives?
23 Near-neighbor
of Scot.
24 "High --":
Anderson
25 Like some,
church-
windows
27 Works with
toddlers
32 Spill the beans
33 Airline abbr.
34 Golf's
"Slamming
Sam"
36 Runner-up
39 A Fitzgerald
41 Variety
43 "A Doll's
House"
occupant,
44 Move
obliquely
46 'The49-
Buchan
48 DC-based gp.
49 Has a bite
51 Estrange
53 Boot camp
graduates
56 Skate's relative
57 California fort

DOWN
1 Wild guess
2 The O'Hara
home
3 Et - : and
others
4 Property
5 Making certain
6 Rip-off
7 Menu item
8 Airs
9 Public notices
10 It gives rise
to cakes?
11 Saint-of
Assisi:
1194-1253
12 Located
15 Knave of
Hearts' booty
21 Chinese idol
22 Weigh anchor
26 Party to
27 Social gather-
ings for work
28 King of the
Huns
29 Race for the
less hairy?
30 River of
N England
1 2 12 13 14

31 Yule figure
35 Fencing match
37 Part of QED
38 Seldom seen
40 Jai -
42 Showing vigor
45 Famous
volcano
47 Harbor or harp
50 Material for
a blue suit
52 Hosiery

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59
60
61
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Hidden spies
Came about
"The Turn of
the - ":
James
Consort of Zeus
Pointless
Film director
Gance
Hawkeye State
Cozy retreat
"La ":
Debussy

SINGLE ROOM lease available. January-August,
large, beautiful house, 2 minutes from MLB &
hospital, furnished, share with 3 males. Call
Frank 662-4540. 52C1106
WINTER TERM SUBLET - one room in a
5-room house. Nice, cozy room, kitchen,
washer/dryer, parking. Women only. $212/month
and utilities. Call Susie 996-0951. 31C1101
THOMPSON APARTMENTS
350 Thompson Street efficiency now available.
Completely furnished in modern building on
corner of Thompson'& E. William. For more
information call 4832'1232. 32C 1111
MUST SUBLET - Albert Terrace Apt.
2 Bedroom, Starting mid-December. Call Warren
at 996-1759. 35C1104
SINGLE ROOM available immediately in North
Campus co-op. $285/Mo. includes food, laundry,
utilities, many extras. Karen 663-9283. 99C1105
FURNISHED EFFICIENCY available
immediately. Convenient campus location. $306
a month, heat included. 663-3504 evenings.
13C1108

ELLEN - Happy (late) 19th Birthday! Hope
you had a maaar-velous one, dahling. Love,
M and E NCF1031
A CUT ABOVE HAIR DESIGN - Special $5 off
any service, first visit only. Call 662-2544 for
appointment. cFtc
STUDENTS! You're invited to Nicaragua! We
heard you tell NBC to cover the war in El
Salvador! Congratulations on a successful demo!
Write the NICA School, P.O. Box 1409,
Cambridge, MA 02238, (617) 497-7142 for
informationgabout Spanish language courses,
family living, and community work in Esteli,
Nicaragua. With voices like yours - together
we can end U.S. intervention in Central America!
26F1101
MALE BOY GEORGE FAN would like to form
support group for men interested in dressing with
complete freedom. Discreet individuals reply to
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EATING OUT OF CONTROL?
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MCAT EXAM
Get a head start preparing for the April MCAT.
exam. Classes beginning in November and
December at the Stanley Kaplan Educational
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TUTORING by Grad student. All subjects incl.
composition. 1-968-0976 eve. 36G1112
RESUMES - written - also word processed o.
typeset; coverletters, too. 6624530. cGtc
ACE Word processing, student discount.
769-9069. .21G1120
ACCURACYINK
Editing/ Word Processing
Reasonable Rates. 9714139.
cGtc
HELP 'WANTED
WANTED: Enterprising student interested in
selling. The possibility of earning an extra
$500 or more. Send reply immediately to: GDI
Enterprises, Dubois #93, Northwood Institute,
Midland MI 48640. 46H1101
COOK WANTED for small fraternity, good pay,
flexible hours call 761-7104 or 665-5873. 45H1107
WANTED: MODEL for glamour art photography
for possible commercial reproduction. Also
make-up artist. Call for an interview 769-5745.
28H1101
DEVELOPING THAT
RESUME?
The Michigan Daily is seeking responsible,

HELP WANTED
THE UNIVERSITY of Michigan Survey Research
Center is hiring telephone interviewers. No
experience necessary, we will train. Must be able
to work 3 shifts/week, evenings and weekends.
Pay begins at $4.40/hour. A non-discriminatory,
affirmative action employer. Call 763-4326.
43H1104
STATISTICS TUTOR - (Intro Level). Needed
Immediately! 9714786(between 1-6 p.m.).
- 47H1106
PART-TIME maintenance man needed at AGD
sorority:Call Mrs. Eaton at 662-2176. 34H1030
CHURCH ORGANIST, Sunday Mornings,
9:45-11:45. Call Reverand Clark, 632-5825. 15H1031
NOT BUSY every Friday or Saturday evening?
How about babysitting two- little boys who are
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28H1101
AIRLINES NOW HIRING. Reservationists,
Stewardesses & Ground Crew Positions Available.
Call (refundable) 1-518-459-3611 For Information.
24HRS. 41H1111
SINGING MESSENGERS for balloon delivery.
Flexible hours, must have car.. Call 995-1972,
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service. Use company vehicles. Make up to
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BEAUTIFUL WOMEN OF ALL AGES have you
often wondered what it would be like to he a
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from California can nowimake that dream
possible, call for an appointment or just stop
by, West Coast Photography, Golden Gate Mall,
8551N. Lilley, Canton, MI48187,453-7580. 44H1105
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November 12-December 5
Reasonable Rates.
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Resumes, Papers, Cover Letters, Etc
Complete Secretarial Service
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MUSICAL

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LESSONS - Special Pay for 4, take 5. Best,
teachers in state. Expert REPAIRS Herb David
Guitar Studio. 665-8001. cNtc

ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE:
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GREEK GAB

HEY FIGI'S! Get psyched for Thursday! We
are! ALPHA XI
DELTA TAU DELTA - Thanks for the GREAT
party and the warm welcome. ALPHA XI
LONG ISLAND LIZ KANE, Here's to having a
Halloween that's way out of control! Love ya,
KAMIKAZE K.
SANDY SOSNOWSKI, Don't forget the prank.
Too scary! Oh my! Love ya, K.
STEPHANIE ZIMMERMAN, Happy, Happy
Halloween, you little Devil, you! Love ya, K.
JONAS NEIHARDT, Have a simply mah-velous
ghosts and goblins day! I would write something
else, but then the whole University would read
it! LOVE, K.

BUSINESS SERVICES
EDITOR - 40 years experience in making good
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service. 995-0772. cJl2ll
TYPING - ALL KINDS - Fast, efficient service.
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A-i TYPING - On Campus. Professional Rush
Service Available. 668-8898. cJ1211
Papers/Resumes/Coverletters
EXECU-TOPS Word Processing 663-7158
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@ reasonable rates. 668-6109. 85J1113

TICKiETS

THE NEW SCHOOL OF PIANO
First lesson complimentary. 994-0371

AVAILABLE: 2 tickets to the Ohio State game.
t 665-8934. 12Q1031
UM/OSU tickets needed for large company. Will
pay top.aollar. 457-1251/890-7985. 18Q1118
WANTED: Six Ohio State football tickets. Call
(800) 821-3923 and ask for Rita. 17Q1121 W
DESPERATELY WANTED. OSU/Michigan
football tickets. 973-9582. cQte
ABSOLUTE top dollar paid for UM football tick-
ets. Call 973-6327. cQtc
WANTED - UM Basketball tickets 973-9582.
cQtc
WANTED - 4 Purdue tickets. Call 572-9139
after 3p.m. 42Q11i-
NEED DESPERATELY - Four Ohio State
tickets, not necessarily together. Top dollar paid.
Mark, 764-2030 after 6p.m. 84Q1104
O HOW I HATE OHIO STATE - BUT I NEED
4 OHIO STATE VS. MICHIGAN FOOTBALL,
TICKETS. PLEASE CALL (after 7:00) 7647074.
23Q1101
ROOMMATES
SOUTH QUAD lease for sale for Winter term.
Female single. Call Rachel. 764-9693. 1051107

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HI CUTE little Roomies -10
RM 9 loves our 38 great pledges.
TO MOOMIN love Mooksie
VICKI and LESLIE - Great pledges
TO STEPHANIE H. love your B.B.
LISA PAOLUCCI - Love your G.A.
YOU ADORABLE little dancer
WATCH OUT! - Engagement
SHOW the GREEK spirit.
LAUREN - let's have lunch 10
SPECIAL THANKS --Chris P

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