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Page 6 - The Michigan Daily - Monday, January 13, 1986
Code debate begins semester with end in sight

(Continued from Page 3)
administration proposal contained lit-
tle changes, the second proposal con-
tained little changes, the second
proposal contained greater changes
because it received more input - in-
cluding from the Civil Liberties Union
=in forming it.
DESPITE THE concessions,
students remained opposed to the
code. The new rules, said Lee
Winkelman, then MSA's code resear-
cher and later, chair of the University

Council, had in fact, created some
new problems. For example, only
students who committed crimes
punishable by suspension greater
than one semester would have a right
to a hearing before their peers. The
great majority of cases, then, would
be decided by a faculty or ad-
ministrator hearing officer.
In addition, the students serving on
the board would be selected by the
University President.
The "November draft," also

ignored several of the students' con-
cerns, Winkelman said. Students
could still face 'double jeopardy.'
Hearing officers can still limit the
participation of an attorney if they
consider! them "disruptive." The
judicial system is still considered dif-
ferently from the rules, so that it can
be passed without MSA's approval.
And protesters, no matter what
procedures the University's Civil
Liberties Board comes up with, can
still be punished by the University.

SHAPIRO had felt that the second
administration proposal needed only
minor changes, and asked the council
to fine tune it.
However, the council, composed of
totally different members than the
last council, chose to start their own
draft from scratch. They have never
considered the administration's
proposal.
With Winkelman and Schnaufer,
two students who had been involved in
opposing the administration's

proposals, on the council as well as
Social Work Prof. Anne Hartman,
who also opposed the code,
Winkelman explained that reviewing
the administration's draft, would
have proved too devisive for the coun-
cil. "Our approach, instead, was to
take a step back and examine which
problems existed and which problems
are appropriate for the University to
act upon."
"The philosophical differences on
the council was too great to just start

debating," Winkelman said, "We
never would have reached a consen-
sus."
But now, over a year after the coun-
cil began starting from scratch,
regents say they feel the council has
been stalling, and as Regent Sarah
Power (D-Ann Arbor) put it, "I think
everybody's patience is wearing a lit-
tle thin."
Tomorrow: What the University
council has been doing.

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FOR RENT PERSONAL

HELP WANTED

HELP WANTED

BUSINESS SERVICES

FOR SALE

CROSS COUNTRY Ski Package. 215 cm high
performance waxables with great bindings, shoes,
graphite poles, iron, wax, ski bag, and much
more. 764-3040. 41B0120
TYPEWRITER. Electric portable Smith Corona.
Good Condition. Asking $75.00. Call Larry at 764-
9032. 20B0115
FOR SALE - Guitar, Effects Board and amp.
Call761-8433. 28B0115
USED FLUTE with case. $50, but negotiable. Call
995-2 after 5:00. 22B0417
LARGE DESK with file drawer and swivel chair.
Call after 6:00 or weekends, 995-4296. 23B0113
MALE LEASE. One half of South Quad double.
Call 7644677. 14$0114
KENWOOD AM/FM stereo receiver, great shape.
Call Mike 7696542. 01B0114
AKAI AA-V301 Receiver, new, $199; Toshiba
PCX-40 Cassette, $85; bookshelf speakers, $35;
oak desk chair, $58; Sony HVC-2200 color video
camera, $375.663-8359. 30B0120
CARS $152, JEEPS $64. Available at local gov-
ernment sales. Call (refundable) 1 (619) 565-1522
for directory to purchase. 88B0114
AUTOMOTIVE
TOYOTA CELICA GT - '74, 5-speed, AM/FM,
excellent condition, no rust, 88,000 miles, $1995.
973-2408. 26X0115
HONDA CIVIC 1981 - 5-speed, 63,000 miles,
stereo, new battery, brakes, tires. Excellent con-
dition!$2900.Call 663-6050, PERSISTENTLY!
27X0115

APPLY NOW FOR SPACES available in under-
graduate women's house for winter term. Beauti-
ful, clean Henderson House coop, under $200/
month for room and board. Call Pam at 663-1789 or
stop by 1330 Hill St. 33C0113
CAMPUS: FALL - Now taking applications for 1
and 2 Bedroom Apartments; CALL 7694478.
cct
JAN.-AUG. lease. 2 females needed. Close loca-
tion, laundry, quiet. 662-6456. 15C0115
SUNNY One-bedroom furnished apartment. Four
blocks from campus. Call Ann Hockett, 485-2000.
After 7 p.m., 995-1136. 19C0122
FEMALE TO SHARE two bedroom apartment,
near northeast side campus. Non-smoker. 761-
5153. 24C0117
Church near South University-ROOMS AVAIL-
ABLE - Utilities paid, furnished, parking. Avail-
able immediately. Modern Management, 666-6906.
cC0116
DIVISION NEAR HURON - 1-bedroom apart-
ment. Furnished, utilities paid, parking and laun-
dry facilities. Modern Management, 668906.
C116
HURON near Seventh. 2-bedroom apartment; fur-
nished, utilities paid, parking and laundry,
AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY. Modern Manage-
ment, 668-6906. CC0116
GEDDES near Observatory. Room - furnished,
utilities paid; AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY.
Modern Management,6684906. CCO116
SIX BEDROOM HOUSE. Furnished, carpeted,
laundry. May or September. 572-1215. 90C0423
THREE BEDROOM, 4-PERSON APARTMENT.
furnished, carpeted, fireplace, laundry, parking.
September lease. 572-1215. 91C0423
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 at 4022 Michigan
Union. Contracts also available for Fall 1966.
eCtc
MALE GRAD STUDENT - Winter Sublet -
Space in Law Quad Double. GREAT location.
$300/month, includes meals. Negotiable. 764-9006,
Leave message. 46C0117

DO YOU TRAVEL EXTENSIVELY OR LIVE
ALONE in a gracious home and wish for a con-
genial housemate? I am a professional woman, 47,
neat, considerate - and interested in sharing a
home. Would arrange for any needed personal
services or property maintenance if desired. Call
97148191. 42F0122
Study in e and uiet - get ear plugs at the
VILLAGE APOTHECARY, 1112 S. University.
cFtc
NEW Credit Card! No one refused. VISA/
MASTERCARD. Call 1419-565-1657. 24 bro.
08F0117
CREATING NEW RELATIONSHIPS. A weekend
workshop for single men and women of all ages,
Jan. 17-19. $45 registration plus sliding scale pro-
fessional fee. Bob Blood, Ph.D., Margaret Blood,
MA. 769-0046. cF016
INFORMATION AND APPLICATIONS for (Uni-
versity of Michigan Spring and Summer program
in Paris, Florence, London and Seville are now
available at the Center for Western European
Studies, 5208 Angell Hall. lIFO116
TWO WHITE MALES incarcerated at Huron Val-
ley seeking friendship through correspondence.
Both 26 years old. Will answer all letters. Write
Dave Coucet t 150478 or John Borrie # 147998,
3201 Bemis Road, Ypsilanti, Michigan 48197.
82F0113
STUDENT SERVICES
VUARNET, RAY-BAN, BOLLE Sunglasses and
Accessories at 20% off list price. Call 764-7859.
29G0117
DAT
Stanley Kaplan Educational Center will be hold-
ing classes for the April DAT exam, beginning in
Jan. & Feb. CALL 662-3149. cG0122
QUALITY TYPING SERVICES: Fast, accurate,
professional. Reasonable rates. Call Karen
662-0913. cG0423
RESUMES - written - also word processed or
typeset; coverletters, too. 662-4530. cGtc
ACCURACY INK
Editing/Word Processing
Reasonable Rates. 971-4139.
cGtc
HELP WANTED
CONLIN BRIDE SHOWCASE
Needs a part time salesperson who is fashion con-
scious, personable, and can work Saturdays.
Weekday hours are very flexible. Call Mrs. Conlin
at 971-6455. 45H0117
WORK STUDY Position available immediately in
Graduate Admissions Office, Law School General
office duties. Call Barbara Roble 76440535. 43H0117
DEPENDABLE MEN NEEDED. Work % hour
for great meals in a sorority house. Lunch and/or
dinner. Must be available for most weekends. 761-
7553. 40H0117
GREAT LAKES SHIPPING CO. Restaurant and
Tavern offers outstanding part-time opportunities.
Current positions available include: Cooks, Day
Bus and Dish Crew. Apply between 2-4 p.m. Mon-
day thru Friday or after 5 p.m. daily. corner of
State and Ellsworth. 07H0121
JANITOR
(STUDENT)
Needed for approx. 15 hours per week, flex-
ible hours 5 ys a week. Call Mr. Petersen
at 7640556.

PART-TIME Position in Publishing Firm. Basic
typing skills required. Start $4.50/hour, call be-
tween 10 and 5.971-2367. 35H0113
HOUSECLEANER, Two hours each week. $5.00/
hour. Prefer over 21.668-8818. 96H0117
SECRETARY-RECEPTIONISH NEEDED part
time for busy office. Very flexible schedule, good
phone skills a must. Call 662-3140. cH0114
30 SUMMER JOBS AVAILABLE - Resort near
Lake Michigan. June 1 thru Labor Day. Send
self-addressed, stamped envelope to: Mary C. Ott,
Sunny Brook Resort, 68300 C.R. 388, South Haven,
MI 49090. (616) 637-4796. 39H0210
INTERVIEWERS. The University of Michigan
Transportation Research Institute (UMTRI) is
seeking dependable telephone interviewers to con-
tact owners of trucks for two national surveys on
truck accidents and truck usage. Some evening
and weekend work required on one survey. 20-40
hours/week. Basic interviewing skills, good tele-
phone communication skills, professional man-
ner and ability to accurately follow survey pro-
cedures required. Previous interviewing experi-
ence desired. $4.50/hour starting rate. Apply in
person Jan. 13,14 between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.,
room 311 UMTRI Building, 2901 Baxter Rd. (Cor-
ner of Huron Parkway). Affirmative Action Non-
Discriminatory Employer. 31H0113
SUBWAY SANDWICHES needs part time em-
ployees. Flexible hours, apply in person at 1305S.
University. 761-4160. 71H0115
WORK STUDY POSITIONS available with Re-
cycle Ann Arbor, and the Ecology Center. Help
with our curbside recycling service and our en-
vironmental education programs. Must be work
study eligible. Call 761-3186. 83H0117
JOB AVAILABLE. Wanted self-motivated person
who is willing to contribute consistent time and
effort to earn big payoff. You would be distribu-
ting magazine subscription cards and other stu-
dent oriented products on your campus. Call
today or write - One Campus Promotions, Inc.
Harriman Heights Road. Harriman, NY 10926.
914-783-4569. 76H0113
DO YOU HAVE PIMPLES OR ACNE? Earn $100.
Volunteers needed to test medication for facial
acne. Office visits and medication are provided
free to eligible participants. You must have mod-
erately severe acne (12 pimples or more). $100
paid at the successful completion of the 15 week
study. Call University of Michigan Department
of Dermatology Research, 763-5519, Monday-Fri-
day, 9:00-4:00 for further details. 86H0131
WORK FOR ACADEMIC CREDIT or volunteer at
the Pound House Children's Center this winter.
Located at Hill and East University. Come over
for a visit or call 764-2547 for more information.
27H0117
GOVERNMENT JOBS. $16,040-$59,230 year. Now
Hiring. Call 805-687-6000 Ext. R-10152 for current
federal list. 93H0402
GOVERNMENT HOMES from $1 (U repair). Also
delinquent tax property. Call 805-687-6000 Ext.
GH-10152 for information. 94H0402
CLEANING PERSON, apartment complex halls
and general maintenance cleaning. Permanent
part-time. Call 973-9153 or 769-2743, evenings.
cHtc
RESEARCH ASSISTANT. Part time. College
work-study required. Natural resources and/or
economics background preferred. Great Lakes
Commission (north campus), 665-9135. 85H0116
MCAT instructor needed for preparatory classes
for the MCAT exam. High scores and a strong
academic background a must. CALL 662-3149.
cHO115
SNOW REMOVAL. Top earnings, permanent
part-time. 973-9153 or 769-2743, evenings. cHtc
$3.85hr.
Any shift opening through closing, flexible
hours arranged around your classes.
Apply anytime.
Burger King, 530 E. Liberty.

$60.00 PER HUNDRED PAID for processing mail
at home! Information, send self-addressed,
stamped envelope. Associates, Box 95, Roselle,
New Jersey 07203. 45H0206
SECRETARY - Receptionist needed for busy
office. Good phone skills a must. Call 662-3149.
cH0115
CUSTOMER SERVICE DRIVER - We need
someone to work part-time delivering individual
newspapers to our carriers and customers in the
Ann Arbor-Ypsilanti area. Hours are weekend
mornings and some weekday afternoons. A reli-
able vehicle and a good driving record is required.
Hourly wage plus a liberal mileage reimburse-
ment. Apply at The Ann Arbor News Personnel
Office or call Lee Ann at 994-6745. We are an affir-
mative action/equal opportunity Employer.
16H0117
EXPERIENCED BABY-SITTER NEEDED for
infant. Tuesdays, 2 p.m.-7 p.m. and flexible other
hours. 662-4366. 97H0114
CAPITAL RECORDS seeks individual for campus
representative. Send resume to: 6430 Yale, Apt.
No. 3, Westland, MI 48185. 10H0114
SUMMER & CAREER JOBS AVAILABLE! Re-
sort Hotels, Cruise Liners & Amusement Parks
are now accepting applications for employment!
To receive an application and information, write:
Tourism Information Services, P.O. Box 7411,
Hilton Head Island, SC 29928. 89H0115
FEDERAL, STATE & CIVIL JOBS now available.
Call 1-619-565-1630 for information. 24 hours.
95H0114
NEEDED: Subjects with late summer (rag weed)
asthma, for multi-year study of injection treat-
ment. Paid volunteers also will receive allergy
evaluation and required medications. For de-
tails, call University Hospital, 936-5634. 06H0116
MESSENGER FOR LAW FIRM. Hours approxi-
mately 8 a.m.-2 p.m. Monday-Friday. Errands,
kitchen clean up, light clerical tasks. Familiarity
with University of Michigan library system and
capability with hand tools helpful. Spotless driv-
ing record and some heavy lifting required. Send
resume to Personnel Manager, P.O. Box 1686,
Ann Arbor 48106. ' 05K0117
NORMAL, HEALTHY VOLUNTEERS with no
history of psychiatric disorders needed for re-
search project. Project involves two catheter
studies on different days with overnight stays in
the Clinical Research Center. Ages 30-55. Compen-
sation $150. Call Carol Schleisman at 763-1540.
84H0116
WORK-STUDY STUDENTS WANTED for the
Michigan Guild and Art organization located in
downtown Ann Arbor. Good management skills,
typing, filing and other related office skills neces-
sary. Blocks of 2 and 3 hours. preferred. Contact
Judith at 662-3819 for further information. 09H0121
INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS: Recently pub-
lished, GUIDE TO GREENCARD FROM F/J/H
VISAS. Free details. Immigration Publications,
P.O. Box 515991, Dallas, TX 75251. 92H0113

THE LETTER WRITER - Resumes; creative/
letter writing; secretarial services; student rates
on typing. 455-8892. cJtc
VIOLIN LESSONS. Beginning through advance.
Doctorate from U of M. Lots of experience. Ft'r
information call 663-8392. 18J0fj5
TYPING SERVICES - $2 per page - Letr
Quality 663-1871. cJ0423
TYPING: Fast - Quality work at reasonable
rates. 668-6109. 81J0120
TYPING - ALL KINDS - Fast, efficient service.
Reasonable rates. Laurie, 973-1592. cJtc
FREE RESUME
w/20-pg. paper or 20 coverletters EXECU-TOPS
Word Processing. 663-7158. c4tc
HOME ROW
TRANSCRIPTION/WORD PROCESSING
572-0649
cJ0483
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*** 25% off 1st paper (with this ad) ***
Fast & accurate. Papers, briefs, resumes, lettets,
theses. Campus pick-up & delivery. 426-5217.,
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GOING PLACES

FOR RENT

PERSONAL

FURNISHED 2-bedroom for rent. Dec./Jan. to
Aug. $540. 915 S. division, near I-M building.
Call Karen/Tony662-3768. NCC0113
FOR RENT a two room suite and a private
bath. Two person occupancy. $190 per person, per
month. Food contract available. Four or eight
month lease. 994-0065, 44C0117
NOW LEASING FOR FALL '86
Listings now available for efficiencies, 1-6 bed-
room apts., and whole houses.
CAMPUS RENTALS, LTD
1335S. University
"Across from the Mudbowl"
Corner of Washtenaw
665-8828
M-F 8:45-5:15
Sat 12:00-4:00
cCtc

STUDY QUIETLY. By being a volunteer monitor
at the Michigan Union Study Lounge you can
serve fellow students, earn a higher GPA, unravel
the enigmatic bandies of the Monitor Log Book
(MLB), and structure your weekly study time.
Call Tim at 763-5750, 663-9240. 21F0116
ALL your cosmetic needs at the Village Apothe-
cary.1112S. University. cFtc
CONFIDENTIAL & INEXPENSIVE
GYNECOLOGICAL CARE
PLANNED PARENTHOOD
3100 Professional Dr., Ann Arbor
(near Washtenaw & Huron Pkwy)
973-0710 cFtc

MUSICAL

SPRING BREAK '86 - Freeport, Bahamas.
$379. February 22-March 1. COMPLETE TRAVEL.
761-6500. cKtc
SPRING BREAK
Fort Lauderdale $199, Orlando $189.
Freeport, Bahamas, air and hotel on the
beach from $469. Great Places Travel
Consultants, U of M Union Mall. Call
994-4777. cKtc
SITUATIONS
WANTED
ONE PARKING SPACE needed. Winter term,
central campus. Call 995-1724. 32P0116
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LESSONS - Special Pay for 4, take 5. Best
teachers in state. REPAIRS, bows rehaired.
Herb David Guitar Studio. 665-8001.302 E. Liberty.
cNtc

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DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Edited by Trude Michel Jaffe

ACROSS
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vehicles
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comet
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Apollo
16 Sailing
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fest
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20 Native:
Suffix
21 Settle down
22 Let go
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"Norma"
26 Petition
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33 Punch or Judy
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38 Confess
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40 Cityof
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kilt wearers
44 Mu. unit
45 Worsted ribbon
of old
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rock
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bonds
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liqueur
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the meadow
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manner
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Prefix
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stone
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tangere
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mothers
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State
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37 Anger
41 Embryo
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at times
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Keats
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et al.
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RANDOM ORDER

by Greg Huber

WANTED. Excellent seats for Michigan basket-
ball games. 2 together in the blue, prefer first 10
rows. Please call Connie at 1-225-7035, during
business hours. 36Q0120
WANTED - UM Basketball tickets. 973-9582.
cQtc
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AUSTIN DIAMOND
For 26 Years - Diamonds At Wholesale
Expert Repairs & Fine Jewelry
Engagement & Wedding Rings Our Specialty
Mon.-Sat. Days&Eves
663-7151
1209 South University Ann Arbor

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