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Page 6 - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, November 21, 1985
'U' authority over frats considered

(ConiuedU troml1rage 1)

gil, the council last week began taking
a closer look at the University's con-
onection with the Greek and co-
operative systems.
: The council may include the two
"otlies in any code draft it comes up
-1vith, Rucknagel says, if the Univer-
-sity is to be held responsible for
anything that happens in a Greek
house, or in a co-op.
"According to Roderick Daane, the
University's chief attorney, univer-
-sities are not legally responsible for
'what happens in the Greek chapters
end co-ops in their schools. However,
Vaane said, the courts have recently
;begun holding the schools more and
* more responsible.
FOR EXAMPLE, a student last yar
sticcesfully sued the University of
-'Colorado-Denver after he injured

himself playing on a trampoline on
the lawn of one of the fraternity
houses at the school.
One who supports the inclusion of
both systems is social work Prof. Ann
Hartman. Besides the possiblity of
University legal responsibility, Har-
tman said she'd have a hard time
telling women going to a fraternity
party, "Sorry baby, you're on your
own."
Susanne Cohen, a law student and a
co-chair of the council, objected,
saying that it's not the University's
role to protect women - or anyone
else - from fraternity parties.
IN ADDITION, Cohen questioned
whether fraternities and co-ops
should be considered different from
other types of off-campus housing.
Hartman said last week the two
systems are related to the University

more than other off campus housing
because "most parents tend to per-
ceive the U. of M. chapter of Alpha
Phi with the U. of M."
Rucknagel said the council will
spend parts of its next few meetings
discussing "just what is the nature of
the relationship between fraternities
and the University."
For example, Rucknagel said, the
Intra-Fraternity Council is registered
as a student organizations and has a
banking account with the University's
Student Organization Account Ser-
vice.
IN ADDITION, Alan Lutes,
president of the IFC, said the
organization is working with a task
force under University Vice President
for Student Services Henry Johnson's
office to formalize relations with the
University.

Lutes said currently the University
provides no special resources for the
Greek system. One result of the task
force, he said, might be the assigning
of a University consultant for the
Greek system.
Lutes refused to comment on
whether the University should have
jurisdiction over crimes in Greek
housing until he talked with the coun-
cil in its meeting today.
HOWEVER, Robert Cox, president
of the Intra-Cooperative Council, said
he objects to the co-ops being included
in a non-academic code.
"One basic tenet of co-operatives is
self-determination," he said. Cox ex-
plained that in most cases any
problem in a co-op can be solved by
calling the Ann Arbor police, but for
all other problems, it has been able to
solve them through the ICC.

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Campus graffiti rise

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ingly malicious and racist implications
if the messages.
Recently a graduate student of
Asian descent found the racist
phrase "Die Chinaman!" written on
the wall of his graduate library
carrel, and another racist message
inscribed in his Chinese-American
dictionary.
Ron Aramaki, leader of the Univer-
pity's Asian American Association,
describes the trend towards racist
graffiti as "scary."

"It (racist graffiti) is something
that ought to make us aware,"
Aramaki said. "It is reflective overall
of the conservatism that has been
cropping up."
Other minority leaders echoed
Aramaki's apprehension.
Michael Brooks, director of Hillel,
expressed concern for anti-semitic
graffiti and drawings scrawled in
dark black marker on walls in the
Modern Language Building.
Messages such as "Death to the
Jews!" "Death to Jew pigs," and
"Oyvay ! We hat goying!" have been

focuses on
appearing on the MLB's walls.
"I take handwriting on the wall
very seriously," Brooks said. "The
University has to ask the community
what we're all about when we walk by
what's appearing on our walls and
ignore it."
Although the penalty for being
caught in the act can result in a
charge of public destruction of
property, violators are rarely ap-
prehended, said Director of Public
Safety Leo Heatley.
Of the numerous reported acts of
defacement of University property
this year, only four violators have bee

mnorities
charged. For damages falling below
$100, there is a misdemeanor charge,
but if the damage cost runs $100 or
above, it is considered a felony.
But paying for the damage done to
campus property isn't the only con-
sideration. Erasing the graffiti,
especially racist messages, as
quickly as possible is the goal of cam-
pus minority leaders such as Brooks.
Lawrence Norris, chairman of
MSA's minority affairs committee,
said he would like to see the problem
addressed by the University's Affir-
mative Action Office.

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FOR SALE

FOR SALE

PERSONAL

HELP WANTED

TAILGATE CONDO - Walk to the game and
save college costs! 10% down on two bedroom,
2 story unit. Open House Saturday 10-11:30,
Sunday 2-4 at 1127 Church, #7. Linn Williams,
Michigan Group Realtors, 665-6851 or 971-7773.
12BI122
SMITH CORONA typewriter - electric, portable,
good condition, $75 firm. Call Larry at 764-9032.
23B1127
FOR SALE - BURSLEY FEMALE lease in a
double, winter term. Call Heather 763-8011.
13B1127
SOUTH QUAD LEASE for sale. Winter-term
% female double. Lisa 764-9686. 17B1127
FOR SALE, Female double lease in Bursley
Hall. Full Carpeting, Full loft. Available
immediately. Call Sarah, 763-3818. 14B1127
BURSLEY FEMALE DOUBLE lease for sale.
Winter term. Contact Hope at 763-1914. 28B1127
CHEVETTE '76-'78 - Very good condition,
wood dash, instruments, stick, good tires. Asking
$975.662-2869. 21B1127
CHEVY NOVA '73 - V-8, AM/FM cassette,
fuzzbuster, sunroof. Looks and runs good. $995.
482-3180. 22B1 127
1978 RED CHEVETTE, 4-door. $800. 92,000 miles.
996-8231 after 6. 15B1126
'73 BUICK REGEL, runs great, many new
items, JVC Cassette, no rust, $900/best offer.
996-3834. 24111127
- 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. eBtc

TOYOTA COROLLA '76 $395. reliable car call
after 6 p.m./ 668-1031. 18B1127
SCIROCCO '81, 5 speed, A/C, tape deck,
43,000 mi. Perfect condition. 665-5246. 84B1122
SPACES NOW AVAILABLE FOR WINTER -
in cooperatives. Room, board, and community;
average of $265/month. Includes food, phone,
free laundry machines, etc. Call 662-4414 or
stop by 4002 Michigan Union. Contracts also
available for fall 1986. cB1203
DODGE COLT '78. $950, radials, great winter
starter, 665-7317. 76B1122
RENAULT LECAR, 1980. Air, sunroof, AM-FM,
good condition. 47,000 miles. $1500. 429-4533.
68B1122
DESPERATE! I've moved, I have to sell my
house. 3 bedroom split ranch, west side, one
mile from campus. 1-612-869-5895. CALL
COLLECT. 57B1202
'78 FIESTA. Runs Great. Many new parts.
$1100. Brian 994-5967. 63B1121
1980 MAZDA RX-7. 5-speed, great condition.
$5000. Call 665-7391. 91B1121
MONZA SPYDER '79-4spd, sun/rf, am-fm cass,
more, no rust, 65,000mi, 764-3877. 65B1121
ALICE LLOYD LEASE for sale. Winter term.,
Female single. Call Sarah at 764-4961. (keep
trying). 46B1127
MARKLEY - Male double. One lease for sale.
Call 6-7 p.m. 764-3812. 96B1125
LYNX '82 GS wagon - 4 speed, air, power,
stereo cassette, 665-7953. 99B1122
EXERCISE BIKE - 27 miles, sturdy,
speedometer, odometer, timer. 665-7953. 0OB1125
FULL SKI EQUIPMENT - 1 year old.
EXCELLENT condition. Ski size 170's,
82 skiboot. Best offer. Brian 971-3812. 95B1204
1971 V.W. SQUAREBACK. New engine, new tires,
yellow. $650. 763-3694. 91B1125

FOR SALE: '76 Chevy Malibu wagon, new brakes,
new tires, $700, call 764-5722, ask for John.
90B1125
1974 KAWASAKI - Motorcycle, $100. Call
662-6384. 88B1125

FOR RENT

DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Edited by Trude Michel Jaffe

SINGLE STUDIO APT. Available Dec. 31-Aug. 31.
Corner of Division & William. Spacious, furnished,
new carpet, laundry, etc. 995-0231. 01C1122
LEASE FOR SALE - Own room in double suite.
Shares bath with 4 other males. Bates-Lee Peter
764-3082. 03C1205
2 BEDROOM HOUSE, Jan-Aug, 10 min. from
Diag, 2 min. from Main, PARKING $490/mo.
665-5480. 0901205
HOUSEMATE WANTED for Winter Term. One
Bedroom available in apartment at 301 N. State.
Low rent; utilities included. Please call
662-1716. NCC1127
SUBLET for Winter term. Single room in spacious
6 bedroom house. Low rent. 761-2685. 66C1127
MALE ROOMMATE NEEDED for Winter term
187.50 includes heat 668-1957. 62C1122
NEED SUBLETTER for single lease in two
bedroom apt. Very close to campus, heat and
water inc. Large living room. Lease avail.
Jan-May or Jan-Sept. Rent $190/month. Call
Greg at 764-5837 or 996-3545. 67C1122
WANTED: Male roommate, January through
August. Beautiful apartment - 769-5787 (ask
for Paul.) 79C1122
2-BEDROOM APT. for 3-4 people on S. Forest.
Winter-Spring/Summer 994-6419. 69C1202
MALE ROOMMATE NEEDED winter term,
spacious 2-bedroom apartment, Jan. - May lease,
$160/Month and electric, great location Hill and
Packard. Call Bill/Jeff 996-8458. 73C1203
WINTER/SPRING/SUMMER One bedroom
in house. Share kitchen/other facilities. Rent
includes all utilities and house staples. Asking
$210. Call Dave 995-1748 after 7 p.m. or morning.
89C1125
OWN BEDROOM in two-bedroom apartment.
Close to campus. Must see. Call Tom -
663-2013. 87C1125
WANTED: Female border in a sorority for
winter term. Do not have to be Greek. GREAT
LOCATION. 761-8904 $375/mth & meals. cCl2ll
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
LARGE BEDROOM for rent. Hardwood floors
and big windows. 665-2880. 25C1127
FEMALE GRAD seeks room in house or one
bedroom apartment. Needs unfurnished room or
storage space. Responsible, quiet. Shelly,
995-2550. 85C1127
2 BEDROOM APARTMENT. U-Towers: great
location. Great view of A. January - May
lease. Call Debbie/Maria persistently -
662-4783. 20C1 127
MALE GRAD student for two person apartment..
Sublet January-August 1986. $195 utilities
included. Deposit negotiable. Strong 663-8307.
19C1127
FEMALE LOOKING for own apt. winter term.
Please leave message. 668-4010. Alex/Lisa.
16C1126
FEMALE SUBLETTER: own room in 5 bedroom
house, 4 month lease, reduced rent, ideal
location. Call 996-8365. NCC1127

ALL YOUR cosmetic needs at the Village
Apothecary. 1112 S. University. cFct
MDM -1432- DLB NCF1121
RELAX INSIDE/OUT
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
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
appointment. cFtc
WHY STUDY
SO HARD?
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.
cF1211
CENTER FOR
WESTERN EUROPEAN STUDIES
DEPARTMENT OF
ROMANCE LANGUAGES
DEPARTMENT OF
GERMANIC STUDIES
announce
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.
The meetings:
Aix-en-Provence 7:00 p.m. 2225 Angell
Wednesday, November20
Freiburg 7:00 p.m. 2209 Angell
Thursday, November21
10F1121
STUDENT SERVICES
MERCURY'S MESSENGERS - Balloons &
Cakes delivered for all occasions. Visa, MC,
AMEX accepted. Call 24 hours. 668-8492. cGtc
NEW SUNGLASSES and SKI GOGGLES -
Vuarnet, Bolle, Ray-Ban at 20% off suggested
list. Call 764-7859. 86G1125
RESUMES - written - also word processed or
typeset; coverletters, too. 662-4530. cGtc
BRAND NEW TELEPHONES - Installed as
low as $15. Tone/Pulse avail. Great for Dorms.
Call Telephone Crazy 769-1603. cG1122
QUALITY TYPING SERVICES: Fast, accurate,
professional. Reasonable rates. Call Karen
662-0913. cG0411
DIAL-A-JEWISH-STORY. 995-5959. cG1122
ACCURACYINK
Editing/Word Processing
Reasonable Rates. 971-4139.
cGtc

DO YOU WANT to teach English abroad? Call
485-1848. 75H1122
MARKETING REPRESENTATIVE for small
computer software firm. 5-10 hours/week. Call
Peter 662-4826. 58H2122
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
BEAUTIFUL WOMEN OF ALL AGES have you
often wondered what it would be like to be a
model and have your own pictures just like
Glamour or Cosmo? A well known photographer
from California can now make that dream
possible, call for an appointment or just stop
by, West Coast Photography, Golden Gate Mall
8551 N. Lilley, Canton, MI48187,453-7580. cH1211
GLSCo RESTAURANT & Tavern offers excellent
part-time work opportunities. The following
positions are currently available: cocktail server,
host or hostess, bartender, busperson, cook,
dishwasher. Apply between 2-4 p.m., Monday
through Friday or after 5 p.m. daily. Corner
of State & Ellsworth. 98H1206
JOBS WITH THE GOVERNMENT state and
federal openings. $12,000-$59,000. For information
call (805)654-1722 Ext.2508. 97H1128
BUSINESS SERVICES
SEWING: Slack hems, alterations, mending, and
non-clothing projects. Phone O'Della: 973-0565.
55J1209
FREE RESUME
w/20-pg. paper or 20 coverletters EXECU-TOPS
Word Processing 663-7158. cJtc
EDITOR - 40 years experiernce in making good
writing better. Best quality, low rates, fast
service. 995-0772. 01l211
TYPING - ALL KINDS - Fast, efficient service.
Reasonable rates. Laurie, 973-1592. cJtc
A-1 TYPING - On Campus. Professional Rush
Service Available. 668-8898. cJ1211
Papers/Resumes/Coverletters
EXECU-TOPS Word Processing 663-7158
cJtc
TYPING - Computer spell checking. Fast.
Efficient service. 455-8270/459-1136. cJ1211
HOME ROW
TRANSCRIPTION/WORD PROCESSING
572-0649
cJ0423
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.
cJtc

TICKETS
WANTED: 4 blue tier season basketball tickets.
Call Chris 761-6077. 04Q1295
1 OSU-MICHIGAN ticket in Student Section. Call
lSteve 7642822. NCQ1 122
ONLY 2 LEFT! OSU Tickets - Student section.
Call Rob or Jeff 663-5310. 11Q1125
WANTED: Six Ohio State football tickets. Call
(800) 482-3906 and ask for Rita. 17Q1121
WANTED - UM Basketball tickets 973-9582.
t cQtc
DESPERATELY WANTED. OSU/Michigan
football tickets. 973-9582. cQtc
ABSOLUTE top dollar paid for UM football
tickets. Call 973-6327. cQtc
AVAILABLE: 2 M/OSU tickets. 40 yard line.
Best Offer. Mark, after 7 p.m. 764-2030. 92Q1122
AVAILABLE 4 UM/OSU tickets, sec. 28. Call
Lisa 764-9657. 64Q1121
FOR SALE: 8 UM/OSU tix together. Call Kevin
at 763-2630. 74Q1122
WANTED: OSU football tickets and blue tier
basketball tickets. Price no object. 994-0145.
93Q1126

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The Best of Campus Life!
Furnished Apartments
Great Location
Corner of S. University & S. Forest
536 S. Forest Ave.
761-2680

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1 Appliance for.
Aladdin
5 Pinelli or Ruth
9 Cloven
14 Voyaging
15 Black, to
Shelley
16 Beldam
17 --do-well
18 Guide
20 Cries of
derision
22 Steep, as flax
23 Upper regions
of space
24 Lerner-Loewe
musical
28 Choir voice
30 Cio-Cio-San, for
one
31 "The Women"
playwright:
Inits.
33 Pickett's
weapon
35 Garage or yard
event
36 Heaviness
38 Swap
40 Tied
41 "Jesse James
was -gun
man": Benet
42 Atlas feature
44 Station follower
45 Lincoln's
Secretary of
War et al.
48 Before while
50 MacDonald-
Eddy film
51 Muslim leaders
54 - duDiable
55 Weaverbird

2 "Oh for - in
some poetic
nook": Hunt
3 Compromise
4 Package
5 Tinker or Ma
6 Gance of film
fame
7 Anthropologist
Franz -
8 Conclude
9 Outline
10 Make-believe
11 Sound from the
meadow
12 rut
13 British
whodunit
author
19 Snare
21 Teamed with
crafts
24 In the-
(inevitable)
25 Departure
26 Physicist Sir
William -
27 Wee
29 Meal forerunner
30 Essential gear
for teens
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Saline solutio
Insurance
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Shoe size
One of triplets
Diacritical
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Hebrew dry
measure
Popular song
since 1917
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North Dakota
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January
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s 57 Wall St. org.
58 Marienbad, e.g.
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relative
60 Biblical lion
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assured. 02E1125
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