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Page 6 - The Michigan Daily -Tuesday, December 3, 1985

Vandals
victimize
fraternity,
sorority

City announces snow guidelines

" (Continued from Page 1)
where we're supposedly surrounded by
so many intelligent people, there's so
much ignorance."
- "This just shows that there needs to
60 more public awareness," she said.
The Michigan Student Assembly
and the LSA Student Government, in
cooperation with several minority
groups on campus, is currently
studying how to discourage racism at
the University.
The group may organize a "public
clean-up day," when students would
help erase some of the graffiti on
campus to show that they disapprove of
it according to MSA President Paul
Josephson.
The informal group, known as the
United Front Against Racism, is also
studying the possibility of implemen-
ting an educational program on
racism and male-female relations
during freshman orientation. So far,
Josephson said, the group has
received positive feedback from the
orientation office.
There are already numerous
programs on race relations and date
rape at the University, Josephson
said, but "people who attend the
programs are the people who least
need to attend the programs."

By JILL OSEROWSKY
When the first thick blanket of snow falls on Ann Arbor,
students will find themselves facing confusing rules about
the removal of snow along city streets. This winter, the
confusion could worsen.
The city's transportation department is in the process
of adding certain streets to its list of "Snow Emergency
Routes," according to Parking Systems assistant ad-
ministrator Josephine Littleton. People who normally
park along these routes must move their vehicles when a snow
emergency is declared by the city adminstrator. If they
don't, they face a $20 fine or having their car towed or
both.
EARLIER this fall, the transportation department
publicized the existing snow emergency routes and what it
calls "secondary routes." The Department also publicized
its system for removing snow along the secondary streets.
On odd days of the month, people should park their
vehicles on even-numbered sides of the secondary streets.
And on even days, people should park on the odd-
numbered side. On streets with parking on one side only,
people can park on the other side if it's the day they have

to move.
Not only are students responsible for their cars but they
are also responsible for removing snow from the
sidewalks in front of their houses.
IF SNOW falls during the night, the residents must chear
their sidewalks before noon the next day. Snow falling
during the day must be cleared by noon the following day
as well. A 45-cent fine per foot plus a 10 percent collection
fee will be charged to residents who fail to follow the rule.
In the past, the city's rules have confused more than a
few students, who have returned from class to find their
cars towed or tickets slapped on their windshields.
Littleton blames much of the confusion on the media,
and on students' failure to listen for snow emergency
reports.
The city administrator notifies area newspapers, radio,
and cable television stations after declaring a snow
emergency, she said. "People ... should make a concer-
ted effort to find out whether our city is facing a snow
emergency," she added.
Sometime this week the city will release its revised jt
of snow emergency routes. For information, students-rag
call 994-8243.

Doily Photo by DEAN RANDAZZO
Paula Glanzman, president of Sigma Delta Tau sorority, and Sandy Sch-
wartz, the secretary, discuss anti-Semitic graffiti painted on the house
over the weekend. Sigma Alpha Mu fraternity was victimized by similar
graffiti.

If the programs were run at orien-
tation, "We can tell freshmen at the
University that we're not going to
put up with racists and bigots on
campus," Josephson said. He said he
hopes that approach would help
diminish the problem before it gets
out of control.
Group member Howard Jacobson,
chairman of the governing board of
the B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation,
said the group may distribute
educational posters about racism as
early as next month.
Jacobson, a senior in LSA, said the
recent anti-Semitic incident upset
him, but not any more than a recent
racist attack on a Chinese student in

the Graduate Library. In that in-
cident, which occurred last month,
history doctoral candidate Scott Wong
discovered the words "You Die
Chinaman" written inside his fifth
floor carrel.

U.S. admits Malta involvment

Wong later found that1
American dictionary
defaced with the words,
hostile Americans want
hide."

his Chinese-
had been
"Die chink,
your yellow

WASHINGTON (AP) - The United
States disclosed yesterday that three
American military officers flew to
Malta with Egyptian commandos who
carried out a bloody assault on a
hijacked Egyptian jetliner Nov. 24.
The disclosure, at the State Depar-
tment and the Pentagon, followed
widespread reports attributed to a
senior Maltese official that one of the
officers, Gen. Robert Weigand, helped
coordinate the attack.
U.S. officials denied the assertion
and said the American officers
traveled with the Egyptian special

forces to weigh and convey to higher
U.S. authorities any request for
assistance. "They were instructed not
to participate in any operation and
they did not do so," said Charles
Redman, a State Department
spokesman.
A Pentagon official said the three
Americans were sent with the com-
mandos "to demonstrate to (Egyptian
President Hosni) Mubarak that we
were serious about providing any
assistance that he might desire."
"We told them that if their men on

the ground in Malta decided they wan-
ted assistance from us, we would be
prepared to move on the request im-
mediately," said the official, who
demanded anonymity.
"We didn't force our way on the
plane. Egypt agreed to take these
three guys with them for possible
liaison. ,6
"As it turned out, the EgyptiAp
stuck to their guns in deciding they
were going to do this on their own.
And our people didn't do much but ob-
serve."

"I just feel (racism) has no place
anywhere, and I have a hard time un-
derstanding people who commit such
acts. Obviously, there's something
wrong with them," Jacobson said.
"Action has to be taken."

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76B 1204
EAST QUAD female lease for sale in large double,
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74B 1205
DRIVE TO CLASS-'79 SAAB 900 EMS stnd, snrf,
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ROOM AVAILABLE-Jan.-Aug. Natural wood
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MALE ROOMMATE WANTED: to take over Jan
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Call 769-5787 (ask for Paul). 77C1206
AVAILABLE NOW-One bedroom in two-
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SPACIOUS APARTMENT FOR 1-2 people. Quiet
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MALE SINGLE Lease, in ex-fraternity, $200, half-
block from Law Quad. 995-3276. 71C1211
2 BEDROOM APARTMENT, one room already
rented (male), walking distance to campus,
available Jan 1-Aug 23, laundry facilities,
parking, heat included. $260/month and possible
$50/month REBATE. Call Cindy 761-8054 between
8 a.m.-10a.m. and 12:30-2 p.m. Mon-Thurs.75C1209

CHANUKAH SALE-Memorahs, candles,
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MALE ROOMMATE needed in a nice one
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ONE BEDROOM available in two-bedroom
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663-2013. 42C1204
SUBLET for Winter term. Single room in spac-
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ONE SMALL room for rent in a 6-bedroom
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lease! Great location. Call Sheryl, Mike or Jordan
at 761-2868. 5001206
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someone who doesn't mind smoke. Rent $197.50/
mo. inc. util., except elect. Call now! 665-0854,
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FEMALE ROOMMATE wanted for beautiful
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SPACES NOW AVAILABLE FOR WINTER -
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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. CC1211
WANTED: Female border in a sorority for
winter term. Do not have to be Greek. GREAT
LOCATION. 761-8904 $375/mth & meals. cC1211
ONE-BEDROOM - available, Jan. 1 - Sept. 1
(or May) in beautiful, huge house near campus
with 7 great coed housemates. See it now and
you won't regret it! Call Adam immediately at
996-4488. cCtc
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
LEASE FOR SALE - Own room in double suite.
Share 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
JAN - AUG lease available. Two bedrooms in
a three bedroom apartment (2-3 people needed).
Furnished, laundry, close location. 662-6456.
39C1204
SHARE TWO person apartment near Packard
and State. Own room $180 including heat,
available December - August. Call Paul
769-8265. 6OC1206
ONE BEDROOM apartment, Oakland/Arch.
Jan.-Aug. lease. CALL 665-5184. 36C1203
AVAILABLE Jan 1, Female grad or professional,
to share 2-bedroom apartment Burns Park area,
$190/month. 662-1305 eves. 34C1202

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QUALITY TYPING SERVICES: Fast, accurate,
professional. Reasonable rates. Call Karen
662-0913. -cGO4l
RESUMES - written - also word processed or
typeset; coverletters, too. 662-4530. cGtc
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Editing/Word Processing
Reasonable Rates. 971-4139.
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Custom research also available-all levels

BUSINESS SERVICES
LETTER-PERFECT Quality typing. Fast, Accu-
rate, Reliable. 995-0325. 66J1211
TYPING SERVICES - $2 per page - Letter
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55J1209
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theses. Campus pick-up & delivery. 426-5217.
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Call Georgia 482-3480. 63Q206
ROOMMATES
ATTENTION MUSICIANS: Room plus shared
studio space. $195. plus utilities. Walking distance
from campus. Terry 996-1322. 61S1206 .
FEMALE SUBLETTER wanted. Own room in at-
tractive 2-bedroom apartment. Great location and
housemates. Frances 764-0486 or 995-0724. Leave
message. 69S1209

DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Edited by Trude Michel Jaffe

HELP WANTED

ACROSS
1 Division of a
poem
6 Dessert tray
item
10 Time of year
14 Outfit
15 Valentine's Day
figure
16 Baseball family
17 Very warm
19 "Singin' in the
20 Emperor of
Rome: 14-37 AD
21 One kind of
fever
23 Nosebag fillers
24 Portico of an-
cient Greece
25 Read
28 Put up with
32 Newspaper
notice
33 Woman's waist-
coatlike dickey
34 Youth
35 Banter-and-
beef dinner
37 Conductor de
Waart
38 Bowling feat
40 Plumber's
elbow?
41 Up
43 Sign of a sort
44 Has a different
opinion
46 Over
48 Record, in a
way
49 Monevin

DOWN
1 "- la
guerre"
2 Water: Comb.
form
3 Devoid of
feeling
4 Breaks
5 "Carmen" and
"Aida"
6 Anklebone
7 Author
Kingsley
8 Korean soldier
9 Railroad bridge
10 Soprano
Geraldine
11 Soviet range
12 Butcher's cut
13 Respirator
18 Bar mitzvah,
e.g.
22 Frost et al.
24 Wise one
25 Examined (with
"over")
26 Commune near
Salerno
27 Yemen coins
28 Currents
29 Texas shrine
1 2 3 4 5

30 Counter-
weights
31 Ideal places
33 Tale of adven-
t ure
36 Pick up the
check
39 Left
42 Having
authority
45 Thickset
46 Berne's stream

47 Accompanied
with song
49 Midler
50 Art movement
51 Dash
52 Tickle pink
53 Join closely
54 Singer Pinza
55 Kind of light
56 Actual being:
Lat.
59 Wedding words

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B A THS CO0C K THRE
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M A R I O A T O P H UT S
T UR K IS H DE LIGH T
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M EX I CAN SAN DW I CH
A T iME S A MOA R UE
D E N IMS S ER B A RN
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J A PA NE SE SA SH ES
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T IL E Z E RO E VE NT
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Delivery between 9a.m.-5 p.m. (313) 583-1515.
58111206
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market surveys. Thanks - The Marketing
Manager. NCH1204
SITTER NEEDED: Afternoons, experience with
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769-3094. 26H1203
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cN12ll
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