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By RACHEL GOTTLIEB games played by the super powers," Gitelman said.
More than 200 students, professors, and Ann Arbor "They are expendable, tradeable, useful, and not treated
residents marched last night in a candlelight vigil from as anything more than chips in the bargaining process''
Hillel to the Diag to pledge their solidarity for Soviet Jews Gitelman said that it is crucial for America to "pressure
S tu dne ts who are "being held as prisoners" in Russia. our legislators. One cannot depend on the good will of our
The demonstrators marched and sang Hebrew songs af- politicians to raise the issue with the Soviets and we must
ter a speech about the effect of Soviet foreign and pressure them so that they will pressure the Soviets."
Sdomestic policy on Soviet Jewry given by Zvi Gitelman, a
p. Universitypolitical science professor, at Hillel. Emmigration of Soviet Jews has slowed to a trickle of
"OUR VIGIL is not a protest," said LSA Senior Jennifer almost 1,000 this year after reaching a high of over 51,000
Roth, who is a member of Students' Struggle for Soviet in 1979. Visas are granted randomly to Jews, Gitelman
d Jewry. "It is to show support for what we hope will said, and this "we think is to deter Jews from applying to
r s i e nf ts produce successful results for the Soviet Jews at the leave."
summit next week." "No one knows how the Soviets decide who will be
The message that a show of solidarity by the US allowed to leave - there is no rhyme or reason to their
citizens is crucial for the plight of the Soviet Jews was policy," Gitelman said.
S u p p o r repeated several times last night by the students, Another deterrence that prevents Jews from applying to
Gitelman, and state senator Lana Pollack (D-Ann Arbor), leave is the knowledge that when they do apply they are
who joined the demonstrators on their march to the Diag. automatically considered enemies of the state and they
No'. THERE ARE 10,000 refuseniks waiting for permission are often fired from their jobs, demoted, denied
O U J e w s to emmigrate and another 400,000 have requested in- promotions, and sometimes arrested and imprisoned in
vitations from abroad, a prerequisite to applying for a connection with Jewish activity, Gitelman said.
visa, Gitelman said. Refuseniks are Jews who have been "The student's effort is great," Pollack said, "there has
denied permission to emmigrate twice and are subject to to be public insistance that the human rights of Soviet
KGB harassment. Jews remain on the summit agenda or it will slip off the
"These people (Soviet Jews) are pawns in the larger table."
Three LSA parties vie for top position
By MELISSA BIRKS
In response to criticism from
several fraternities, the Interfrater-
nity Council last night rewrote the
judiciary functions of the Greek Ac-
tivities Review Panel proposal.
Zeta Psi IFC representative Chris
Moore, an LSA junior, charged that
previous to last night's revisions, the
GARP plan had the potential for
FOR EXAMPLE, the wording
would have allowed one fraternity
member to involve the entire frater-
nity in judicial proceedings, Moore
Other fraternities such as Delta Up-
silon and Lambda Chi Alpha also
charged that the wording of the
proposal needed to be changed to
avoid possible misinterpretation.
But with the recent revisions,
Moore and other critics agreed to
support the proposal. "It's looking as
though we'll support it," Moore said.
"There's a new degree of safeness
that helps curb the bad effects."
IFC PRESIDENT Allan Lutes said
he doesn't expect any opposition to the
proposal to surface. "With these ad-
ditions, all people are in agreement
that this is an effective means to han-
dle problems," Lutes said. "I'm con-
fident that it's a step in the right
direction of self-government."
Included in the new proposal rewrit-
ten last night is a preliminary com-
mittee to which the parties in dispute
would turn if they are unable to solve
the problem on their own.
'this group would be composed of
two student judicial chairmen and a
Greek advisor and would decide the
most effective means of dealing with
THERE ARE three separate
avenues to which the disputing parties
could take their problem, depending
upon the committee's decision. Both,
parties would have to sign a contraet
stating that they will pursue only one
of three possible channels, which in-
clude the GARP board, a mediating
body, or municipal authorities.
If the problem involves a city
resident's complaints against a
fraternity or sorority, it would
probably be taken to the newly
proposed mediating body to in-
vestigate the causes of the problem
and propose solutions.
Less serious disputes, such as com-
posite picture stealing, would be
directed to the GARP judiciary panel,
consisting of five IFC members and
five Panhellenic Association mem-
"GARP would decide on something
which they believe is fair and
equitable. If at that point, the groups
don't agree, they have the right to ap-
peal to the vice president of student
services," said Lutes.
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Bowman, spokesperson for the party.
SDS is approaching the election
campaign with a sense of humor. But
"we're serious about the issues,"
SDS WOULD like to establish a
system of majors and minors in LSA
and would like to continue the LSA
essay contests, speakers and forums.
SDS has eight members running for
representative positions, but does not
have a presidential or vice presiden-
tial candidate. "We're a very
democratic, egalitarian type of
society. We're not into power struc-
ture," Bowman said.
Chuck Ghawi, one of the five in-
dependent students vying for a
representative position, is running on
a platform of mediocrity.
"We figured a lot of students here
feel they're very special because they
go to U of M and some of us don't feel
we're so special. It's those people I'm
representing," Ghawi said. "We're
not the future doctors and lawyers,
we're just mediocre and we're lucky
to be here."
THERE ARE 46 students running
for the 17 LSA-SG positions, more
than twice as many who ran last year,
according to Eric Berman, the elec-
tions director and 1983-84 LSA-SG
president. The last time three
presidential slates ran was 1982-83.
Berman is hoping for a high voter
turnout. "I'm looking for more than 25
percent LSA students to vote." In the
past four years, voter turnout has
averaged between 12 and 14 percent.
LSA-SG has expanded the number
of polling places on campus. The
Fishbowl, MLB, Union, East
Engineering, Dow Building, North
Campus commons, and Bursley will
be open both Monday and Tuesday all
On Monday, polling booths will be
set up at Cousins, Alice Lloyd, Mosher
JorsN, AND Markley during dinner.
On Tuesday, South Quad and West
Quad polling booths will be open
during dinner. The Ugli will be open
both nights and the Music School will
be open all day Tuesday.
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LOST & FOUND
JACQUES ESTEREL - watch. Silver with
gold screws, lost 11-8. Reward offered.
ALICE LLOYD LEASE for sale. Winter term.
Female single. Call Sarah at 764-4961. (keep
IBMXT, IBMAT your best value. Hardware and
software. Call today 761-7583. 52B1120
BURSLEY LEASE for sale for Winter term.
Call Jill, after 7:00 p.m. 763-3824. 03B1115
'76 FORD CAPRI - $1450-OBO. California car,
1980 MAZDA RX-7. 5-speed, great condition.
$5000.Call 6657391. 91B1121
MARKLEY - Male double, 2 leases for sale
same room. 764-7771. 35B1118
JEEPS, CARS, Trucks $100, now available in
your area. 1-619-565-1522 for directory 24 hours.
LEICAcl, 90mm, 40mm: $390; Olympus 135mm:
$55, Peter 10:30-11:30 eves. 668-1502. 41B1115
'76 MUSTANG, Excellent Condition $1600 Must
See Call 426-2934 Eves. 44B1119
FOR SALE: Man's 10-speed Raleigh Grand Prix.
$110. 484-4057. 97B1115
- 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
WINTER TERM SUBLET - 1 Bedroom in a
6 bedroom house. Kitchen, den, washer/dryer,
parking. Great housemates and location.1 minute
to Union, $170/month + utilities. Call now -
Sheryl, Gail, or Jordan 761-2868. 47C1120
FURNISHED BI-LEVEL 2 bedroom apt. Nice
neighborhood, close to campus, car park,
dishwasher, laundry facility. Jan.-August. Rent
negotiable. Call 761-2538. 07C1114
TWO BEDROOM Lake Front completely
furnished. 15 minutes from campus. $525/month.
NEED MALE ROOMMATE - January thru
August. Apartment 2 blocks from campus.
$200/month 769-2281. 24C1115
2-BEDROOM Apt. Jan-Aug lease, near IM
building, on busroute, 915 S. DIVISION call
TONY/KAREN 662-3768 $540/mo. NCC1118
WANTED: Female border in a sorority for
winter term. Do not have to be Greek. GREAT
LOCATION. 761-8904 $375/mth & meals. cC1211
WINTER SUBLET available - Jan.-May lease.
Two bedroom apt., can accomodate 2-4 people -
modern, furnished, covered parking, laundry
facilities, swimming pool, utilities included -
located on E. University - call persistently
for a GREAT APARTMENT! 663-3068. 37C1126
NEED SUBLETTER for single lease in two
bedroom apartment. Close to campus, heat and
water included. GREAT roommates. Lease
available Jan. - May or Jan. - Sep. Rent
$190/month. Call Greg 996-3545 or 764-5837.
TAKE OVER MY LEASE from Dec. 31-
Aug. 31. Furnished studio apt. Corner of Division
&William. Great location. Beautiful Apt.
Laundry, etc. 995-0231. 21C1115
4 MONTH lease for sale. Female to share
1 bedroom bi-level apartment. Call 663-0310.
SINGLE ROOM lease available. January-August,
large, beautiful house, 2 minutes from MLB
& hospital, furnished, share with 3 males. Call
Frank 662-4540. 18C1114
HOUSEMATE NEEDED NOW - Non-smoker.
Lease thru August. $140/month. $225 security.
SUBLETTER WANTED - Good location.
Greenwood, cheap, $190/month. January-May or
June. 761-2187. 05C1114
TYPING - Computer spell checking. Fast.
Efficient service. 455-8270/459-1136. cJ1211
MERCURY'S MESSENGERS - Balloons &
Cakes delivered for all occasions. Visa, MC,
AMEX accepted. Call 24 hours. 668-8492. cGtc
BRAND NEW TELEPHONES - Installed as low
as $15. Call Telephone Crazy 769-1603. cG1115
WANT GREAT ROMANCE for your spring
formal? Let us give you the atmosphere.
WELLER'S CARRIAGE HOUSE. 429-2115.
DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Edited by Trude Michel Jaffe
5 Movie pet
13 One of an Ger-
15 Type of dress
16 Plaster admix-
19 Old wives' tales
22 Giant great
26 Daughter of
33 Capable of be-
35 Good luck
39 Likeabear ready
41 French "con-
42 New Deal agcy.
43 - Na Na
47 "- was
48 Floor in a
50 Bad luck
56 - ahead
58 Like a bireme
7 Hotel Sacher
8 Type of holly
9 T.S. or George
10 Furnace of a
11 Namesakes of
15 Excited, in
17 Saint, called
Apostle of the
27 CBS rival
28 French com-
29 Town near Ven-
30 Plant anew
34 Abbr. on a city
36 Type of oil
King of Judah
Pierre's 3 Down
50 Soccer play
51 Loser in a
52 Dial markings
54 Bowlers and
57 Extinct bird
RESEARCH VOLUNTEERS - Warner-Lambert/
Parke-Davis Pharmeceutical Research Division,
Community Research Clinic, is seeking healthy
male volunteers, 18-55 years of age, to participate
as subjects in drug research studies. Monetary
compensation is provided to research volunteers.
For further information call Mrs. S. Moran, RN,
Research Volunteer Coordinator, (8 a.m.-4 p.m.,
ALL YOUR cosmetic needs at the Village
Apothecary. 1112 S. University. cFct
SEPARATED? DIVORCED? Weekend
residential workshop for men and women of all
ages. November 22-24. $35.00 registration plus
sliding-scale professional fee. Bob Blood, PhD,
Margaret Blood, MA 769-0046. cF1121
A CUT ABOVE HAIR DESIGN - Special $5 off
any service, first visit only. Call 662-2544 for
New Age cassettes & LP's for meditation,
relaxation, guided imagery, creative movement.
Selections played for your convenience. Also
featuring subliminal study, weight loss, sleep, &
other self help tapes. Earth Wisdom Music
314 E. Liberty (inside Seva) 769-0969. cF1211
CONFIDENTIAL & INEXPENSIVE
3100 Professional Dr., Ann Arbor
(near Washtenaw & Huron Pkwy)
Study SMARTER, not longer!! Teach your
deeper mind to retain, retrieve vital info!
2 cassettes by Emmett Miller, M.D., contains
the easy way to prepare for tests, boards.
Wise Investment -$15.95. To: BETTER LIFE
MGMT., P.O. Box 5247, Bloomington, IN 47402.
WESTERN EUROPEAN STUDIES
Informational meetings for Junior/Senior Year
in France at the Universite de Provence and
Germany, at Freiburg.
Earn in-residence credit in your concentration
or electives at a major European Univer-
sity. Financial aid is available. Proficiency in
French or German required.
Aix-en-Provence 7:00 p.m. 2225 Angell
Freiburg 7:00 p.m. 2209 Angell
Thursday, November 21
LOCAL MUSEUM NEEDS strong, reliable,
honest student for janitorial work and light
maintenance of exhibits - 10 or more
hours/week. Call 995-5439. References required.
DO YOU HAVE PIMPLES OR ACNE? Earn
$75-100. Volunteers needed to test medication for
facial acne. Office visits and medication are
provided free to eligible participants. You must
have moderately severe acne (12 pimples or
more). $75-$100 paid at the successful completion
of the 12-14 week studies. Call UM Department of
Dermatology Research 763-5519, M-F, 9-4, for
further details. 53H1211
$60.00 PER HUNDRED PAID for processing
mail at home! Information, send self-addressed,
stamped envelope. Associates, Box 95, Roselle,
New Jersey 07203 45H0206
ON-CAMPUS secretary position with a computer
firm, 10-20 hours per week. Salary $5/hour. Call
TELEPHONE INTERVIEWERS wanted. Call
761-5343, 3-5 p.m. 99H1120
THE MICHIGAN DAILY is seeking energetic,
responsible freshmen and sophomores for
entry-level positions in classified and display
advertising sales, layout, and finance. Interested
applicants should contact Dawn Willacker in
person at 420 Maynard St., Student Publications
Building. Call 764-0554 for more information.
A.N. MASTER'S Degree, certified G.N.P. or
Geriatric Nurse Clinician to provide primary
care to over 120 residents and Day Care clients.
Responsibilities include preceptor of student
G.N.P.'s. Coordinate Facility's quality assurance
program, employee health program, assist with
coordination of community geriatric health
planning. Excellent fringe benefits. Apply to:
Calhoun County Medical Care Facility, 1150
E. Michigan Ave., Battle Creek, MI 49017
CHEMIST - Bench Technician. B.S. in
Chemisty, Biochemistry or Immunology, and
2-5 years experience with immunoassays
required. Full-time position in applied research
for immunodiagnostics with established
company. Send inquiry and resume to: Personnel
Manager, Neogen Corporation, 620 Lesher Place,
Lansing, MI 48912-1509. 42H1119
SECRETARIES WANTED: Part-time/full-time.
Come to 1215 Prospect, M-F, 10-6. 19H1115
INTERVIEWERS: The University of Michigan
Transportation Research Institute (UMTRI) is
seeking dependable interviewers to contact
owners and drivers of trucks for a national
study gathering detailed information about trucks
involved in fatal accidents. Basic interviewing
skills, good speech, professional manner, and
ability to accurately follow survey procedures
required. Flexible hours, but must be able to work
20-40 hours per week. Apply in person: Room 323
UMTRI Building, 2901 Baxter Road (Corner of
Huron Parkway) on November 12, 13, or 14
(Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday). 9 a.m.-
4:30 p.m. A Non-Discriminatory, Affirmative
Action Employer. 32H1114
UNDERGRADUATE ASSISTANT needed for
research in psychology laboratory. Minimum
5 - 10 hrs/wk. starting immediately, continuing
throughAWinter term.AProgramming skills in
FORTRAN and PASCAL are essential.
Psychology background helpful. For more
information call 763-8135 or come to 1210
E. Eng. Bldg. 09H1115
AIRLINES NOW HIRING. Reservationist,
stewardesses and ground crew position.
1-619-565-1657 for details. 24 hours. 23111115
WAITPERSON full or part-time experienced.
Inquire at Old German Restaurant 120 West
Washington. 662-0737. 70H1118
WANTED STUDENTS: Are you tired of working
in pizza parlors and cafeterias? Earn $$$ in
your spare time and enjoy college! Call
PERSONAL CARE ATTENDANT - quadriplegic
Weekday & weekend mornings and sdlpper time.
Must be punctual. Some medical experience.
Beginning now. Paul: 662-4619 (after 4 p.m.)
PHOTOGRAPHER NEEDED to shoot B/W
photos and tint them. Call Annie 764-7909. 68H1115
WEEKEND SITTER wanted for our 2 boys, ages
7 & 10 . November 16-17, and December 13-15.
Bring references. Call Rachel, 662-0712. 17H1114
A YEAR IN NEW YORK. Au-Pair-nanny for
three year old boy. Own room and bath and
good salary. 45 minutes from Manhattan.
Non-smoker with excellent references, who likes
children. Please call collect, after 8 p.m.
Mrs. Schuman, (201) 376-6391. 14H1121
EDITOR - 40 years experience in making good
writing better. Best quality, low rates, fast
service. 995-0772. cJ1211
TYPING - ALL KINDS - Fast, efficient service.
Reasonable rates..Laurie, 973-1592. cJtc
A-1 TYPING - On Campus. Professional Rush
Service Available. 668-8898. c31211
EXECU-TOPS Word Processing 663-7158
SANDI'S TYPING & WORD PROCESSING
***20% Off 1st paper (with this ad)**
Fast & accurate. Papers, briefs, resumes, letters,
theses. Campus pick-up & delivery. 426-5217.
w/20-pg. paper or 20 coverletters EXECU-TOPS
Word Processing 663-7158. cJtc
Resumes, Papers, Cover Letters, Etc.
Complete Secretarial Service
Available Same Day Service
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WANTED: OSU football tickets and blue tier
basketball tickets. Price no object. 994-0145.
WANTED: Six Ohio State football tickets. Call
(800) 482-3906 and ask for Rita. 17Q1121
DESPERATELY WANTED. OSU/Michigan
football tickets. 973-9582. cQtc
ABSOLUTE top dollar paid for UM football tick-
ets. Call 973-6327. cQtc
WANTED - UM Basketball tickets 973-9582.
AVAILABLE: 2 Ohio State tickets. Call
NEED 2 tickets for Ohio State game. Call Mary
after7:00 p.m. at 769-8453. 02Q1114
HELP! 4 OSU Tickets needed desperately. Top
dollar paid. Ask for Julia. 996-2396. 04Q1114
OSU 30-50 yard line seats needed. "Will pay
MEGAbucks" 614-451-7536 or 614-891-3888.
WANTED: OSU tickets. Call 764-7155 or
FOR SALE: One pair OSU tickets. Gloria
662-1783 Greg 761-4503. 31QI118
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ROOMMATE NEEDED for a beautiful 2 bedroom
apartment. New carpet and furniture. 526
Packard - ideal location. Heat and water
included. Available mid-December. Call Barbara
FEMALE ROOMMATE NEEDED to share large
one bedroom apartment. Parking, fireplace,
laundry, two blocks from campus on Church.
Rent negotiable. Call Susan 994-8431. 3381120
FLORIDA FOR CHRISTMAS: Driving and need
person to share gas expenses. Leaving Dec. 23,
returning Jan. 3. Call Greg, 763-1777 weekdays
after 9 p.m. NCK1114
STUDY TOUR OF USSR, May 6/May 21, 1986.
Sponsored by the Slavic Department. Price
$1,695: includes everything! (Transportation,
hotels, meals, tours.) For information call
FOR SALE Roundtrip ticket from DETROIT
to FT. LAUDERDALE. $208. 663-5296 Dec. 24-
Jan. 7. 36K1119
SPRING BREAK 86 - Freeport, Bahamas. $379
February 22 - March 1. COMPLETE TRAVEL.
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