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'U' groups ponder research conunittee 's findings

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the potential to destroy or
incapacitate humans, such as
nuclear arms research.
EISENBERG said eliminating
that clause would not encourage
such research because another
provision in the recommend-
ations requires that all research
contracts be made available for
x public inspection within a
reasonable amount of time, not
exceeding five years.
The majority report also
recommends making the public
aware of research projects within
one year after the sponsor's
funding period has ended.
Members of the majority said

the proposals would promote
openness among University
researchers and the community.
But they sparked resentment from
philosophy Prof. Carl Cohen, who
argued that the proposals would
inhibit researchers from
"pursuing serious intellectual
work." Cohen was the committee
member who drafted the minority
report.
"THE AMOUNT of classified
research projects is very small,
and they have been diminishing
for many years because many
faculty members will not do
classified research. No
restrictions would only increase
classified research slightly.

"If a project is challenging
enough so that something might
have to be classified, then that
project should be classified so that
professor can pursue his
intellectual work," Cohen said.
Cohen said later at the SACUA
meeting, "If (the majority report)
is not an infringement upon
freedom, then I'm a monkey's
uncle."
EISENBERG countered by
saying, "My impression of
freedom and openness is 180,
degrees in the other direction."
The minority report proposes
replacing policy on classified
research with recommendations
from the regents, reducing

intrusion into research that is not
classified, and eliminating all
time limits.
RPC committee member
Ingrid Kock rejected the minority
report, saying "(It is)

majority report because it
"sanctions research destructive to
human life."
Another factor disturbing to
Kock is the elimination of the
enforcement mechanisms.

'If that's not an infringement on freedom,
then I'm a monkey's uncle.'
-Philosophy Prof. Carl Cohen

chairman, and the dean.
"I'm concerned with a policy
that relies on negotiators and no
formal University body of
students and faculty to uphold this
policy," she said.
Majority members say that
,ecause theambiguitymofathe
guidelines would be eliminated,
there is no need for "case-by-casE
judgements to be made by panel
and committee members."
While SACUA members would
not comment on their
recommendations to Shapiro,
some said a statement explaining
the committee's stand on the end-
use provision should be included
in the new guidelines.

inconsequential because the
University has been aware for
years about (Cohen's) stance, so
his findings are nothing new."
KOCK, a former MSA military
research adviser, also rejected the

According to the majority report,
decisions of enforcement will be
left with the Division of Research
and Development
Administration (DRDA), the
project director, department

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Parents
fail to
spot drug
use

BOSTON (AP) - Sixty-five
percent of the youths surveyed in
drug rehabilitation centers in
eight states say they had been
using drugs for more than a year
before their parents became
suspicious, according to a report
released yesterday.
Forty-six percent said they
were under 12 when they started
using drugs. More than two-
thirds said they have used
cocaine, more than double the

number in a similar survey last
year.
THE SURVEYwas done Sept.
5 on 880 youths aged 12 to 21 who
were being treated at Straight
Inc.'s eight centers, said James
Murray, director of the New
England center of the non-profit
rehabilitation program.
'Of those youths, 69 percent said
they had used cocaine, compared
with 27.6 percent questioned in a
1985 survey of Straight youngsters

and 7.1 percent in 1984.
The high percentage of cocaine
users was surprising "to the
extent that a year ago our figures
were so low," Murray said. "I
think what's frightening is that
cocaine is being marketed toward
teen-agers"
CRACK, a highly potent,
smokable form of cocaine
gaining popularity, especially
reflects that trend, he said.
"We're now selling the drug in

vials available for $10 to $15
instead of a gram costing more
than $100," he said.
The survey also indicated the
average age of a first-time user
dropped a half-year to 12, said.
Murray. Seventy percent of those
surveyed said they were
introduced to drugs by their
friends, and 61 percent said they
had used alcohol before drugs.
More than one-third said they
first tried drugs at home.

An overwhelming majority of
those surveyed admitted they were
involved in crimes whether or not
they had been caught or arrested,
he said. Ninety-five percent said
they had committed
misdemeanors; 60 percent
admitted to felonies.
"CLEARLY, if we could pull
drugs and alcohol out of the lives
of these young people, we can
address a lot of other problems as
well,"Murray said.

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FOR SALE

AUTOMOTIVE

w LOST-Gold I.D. Bracelet-"Steven"-If found
please contact Liz at 761-9014. REWARD!!!
LOST: Black denim jacket, black wallet,on
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found: 663-9293. Tim. REWARD.
FOR SALE
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COLOR TV, SAILBD, FURNITURE, Stereo
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FEMALE DORM LEASE FOR SALE.
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for details. Fall and/or winter term.
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Send $7.50 to:
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Ann Arbor, MI 48106
5620917

GREAT DEAL
1975 Buick Century 4 Door Runs Great
HIGH TECH STEREO SPEAKERS worth
$600. Will sell at $350. Call 665-0480 late.
KING SIZE WATERBED w/ solid oak
headboard & frame. Make offer. 662-4202
days. 1
MOPED-SUZUKI FA-50, Excellent con d.
$375 neg. Call 662-0106 or 764-6163.
NEW AND USED CARPETS FOR BIG and
SMALL Dorm Rooms $35-$50. Call 663-
3889.
POSTERS- Movie Theater Originals- Mu-
sicPromos from $2-$95. Call John 761-5108.
PROFESSORS EXAM File for Engineering
(8 required courses), Chem. Physics, Calcu-
lus. Available at University Cellar.
ROOM FOR SALE to Transfer/Freshman.
Double room in Fletcher Hall. Call 764-2730.
SPEAKERS- SUNN MODEL 5 P.A. Perfect
forparties. 996-4465. $400, . B.O.
TAPE SALE: TDK SA90, $2.10/tape. Max-
ell XLIl90 $2.20/tape. Call 668-7981.
To order your LOOKS OF CLASS Michi-
an's finest Women Calander for S4.95. Call
ohn at 761-5108. Free Campus Delivery.
Own your own
ONTEL Terminal:
If you use MTS,
this is for you!!
Clean - Reconditioned - Guaranteed
$499.44
UM-net-UM-tel Compatible
Communicates faster than a PC or MAC
Contact: MWI@UMich-MTS

'75 SAAB Hatchback-Overhauled, repainted.
In stunnine cond. Standard shift. Front wheel
drive. $2000. 662-0712.
'77 FORD GRENADA, 89,000 miles. Good
Air conditioning $650/Best 994-6216.
178 TOYOTA COROLLA liftback. Runs
well. 665-0514, eves.
1975 FORD MACH I-Excellent condition,
302V8, Runs great-Must Sell. $1000 or best.
Call 996-4018.
1976 Datsun B210, 72,000 miles, $800. Call
663-8860.
1978 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX. A/C New
tires, no rust. In good condition. $126. Call
662-1601 (Eric) or 855-3945.
1985 VW JETTA, 4-door, loaded. Cream-
puff. Low mileage. $9,000. 662-4202, days.
FIREBIRD- '77 V-8 auto air very clean,
sharp. $1600. 763-0119(D) 761-5108(N).
FOR SALE- '77 DODGE COLT- New ex-
haust, brakes and started. AM/FM/cassette
inl.$250. Call 663-7054.
HONDA ACCORD '79. 63K Sharp, $2400.,
665-6028.

STUDENT SERVICES
ENGLISH FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS. I
am Mich. certified with Master's in teaching
English as a second language. Expenence-
TOEFL $12.50 hr. 994-6495 after 7 pm.
FOOD
FALL '86 Utilities, Cable TV., Furnish-
ings...everything! Just $225 a month. Call
now, 769-5935 or 769-3410.
GMAT
It's not too late to prepare for the October
GMAT exam. The Stanley Kaplan Educa-
tional Center has a class beginning Septer 18.
Call 662-3149.
GMAT
IT'S NOT TOO LATE to begi your prepa-
ration for the October GMAT exam. The
Stanley Kaplan Educational Center has
classes beginning Sept. 10 & 18. Call 662-
3149.
LSAT/GRE
IF YOU ARE WORRIED about scorin to
your potential on the upcoming LSAT or
GRE exams in Dec. the Stanley Kaplan Edu-
cational Center has classes forming now to
help you do your best! Call 662-3149.
MCAT
The Stanley Kaplan Educational Center has
early bird classes to prepare for the April
1987 MCAT exam. Get a head start! call
662-3149.
NEW CREDIT CARD! No one refused
Visa/Mastercard. Call 1-619-565-1522 ext.
C279MI 24 hours.
SEWING OF ALL TYPES-Fast & Reliable.
Hems, zippers, alterations, mending & non-
clothing projects. O'Della, 973-0565.
STUDENT EDITING. UM English, Hist.
Gradwill edit and rewrite a ers at very rea-
sonable prices. Call 994-5833.
STUDENT TYPISTS-tired of making mini-
mum wage? If you type 80 wpm minimum
you can great lincrease your eamings!
Flexible hours. Call now 668-8898.
TYPING SERVICES - $2 per page - Letter
Quality. 663-1871.
TYPING- ALL KINDS-Fast, efficient ser-
vice. Reasonable rates. Laurie, 973-1592.

HELP WANTED-

FOR RENT

(313) 761-4316

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NEED TO SELL female half. A double in
South Quad as soon as possible. Call Sharon
at 764-0758.
NEED-MALE WANTING a central, cheap
quiet dorm, plus kitchen & free parking-1
need central or Hill dorm. Will pay $. I'm
desperate, call Ron 764-2741.
ONE BDRM AVAILABLE IN two bdrm
apt. good location, reasonable. 996-8057.
OOPS LEASE FELL THRU! Modern 1 BR
furnished 420 Hill Freshly Decorated, Dish-
washer, Disposal, Air conditioner, Laundry.
Parking, No Pets. $440 663-8487.
ROOM SWITCH WANTED: I have a room
in Couzens. Desperately looking for room in
any Hill or Central Campus dorm. Will pay $.
Call Jill at 764-5853.
SPACIOUS ROOMS--Self-contained effi-
ciencies & one bedroom apts. near EMU.
Price is right! 483-8822.
TWO BEDROOM furnished apartmient
downtown. $550 a month. Also, erficiency
available for $340. Call Cary, 668-6172.

DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Edited by Trude Michel Jaffe

HELP WANTED

$$1 700/MO.!! RARE PART TIME OP-
POTUNITY. For Details & Application,
send stamped addressed envelope to: AMER-
ICAN VACATIONS Box 6310 Salinas, CA.
93912-6300.
BABYSITTER SOUGHT for 2-yr. old &
newborn in faculty hom 2 mi. from cam-
pus.Especially seekin gearly childhood edu-
cation, nursing, or CPR-q alified students.
Exp., ref., own transport. Non-smoker. Pay
commensurate w/respons 662-6500
Copywriter for part-time position. Extensive
client contact. Promotional writing and pro-
ject management experience helpful. Send re-
sume to: Sun Graphics and Publications, Inc
300 N. Huron, Ypsilanti, MI 48197
DAY CARE 2 grade school kids need reli-
able student sitter. 3:30-5:30 Mon.-Thurs.
Old West Side. 665-3424, after.6 pm.
DISHWASHER/DRIVER $4 25/hr. + lunch
ordinner. Day hrs. Call 66-3278, Maggie.
EARN EXTRA $$$
Add solid communication and marketing
experience to your resume g
$4.00/hr to start plus regular
raises and bonuses
The School of Dentistry needs success-ori-
ented individuals to contact our alumni for
The Campaign for Michigan. If you commu-
nicate effectively, enjoy being part of a win-
ning team, are reliable,enthusastic and proud
of your Universiy... WE WANT YOU!
Evening calling sessions can be arranged to
fit your schedule.Call 763-3315 today for an
interview.The U-M is an Non-Discrimina-
tory, Affirmative Action Employer.
EASY MONEY- Jrs. & Srs. Knowing your
greek system and campus can make money
or expenses, spngbreak, beer money, etc.
Call 419-352-1748 for immediate interview.
GENERAL OFFICE ASST. 20/30 hrs. Bank
reconciliation some typing, telephone. Apply
in person, 8-dam., 326W. Liberty
HUNGRY WOLVERINE now hiring deliv-
ery drivers. Need own car. $4 base plus in-
centives. Call 1-800-445-5333.
LEARN WHILE YOU EARN- Part time job
w/flexible hours for mature & strong woman
to help professional disabled woman. Near
central campus. START $4.50. CALL 662-
2734.
LIKE GOING TO PARTIES? Like taking
photographs? Do both and make $4-8 an
hour. he Picture Man, M-F 10-.994-3914.
LOOKING FOR Professional Rep to sell T-
shirts to Dorms. Hi Pay. Call 665-6031.
MESSENGER FOR LAW FIRM in Briar-
wood area. Mornings, Afternoons or Full
Time. M-F. Ideal for person contemplating
Law School. Call Personnel Manager-662-
7904
NATURALIST POSITIONS AVAILABLE--
TEACH OUTDOOR AND ENVIRON-
MENTAL EDUCATION, CAMPING AND
SURVIVAL SKILLS. Recreational activities
to school grou during thisschool year.
Housing and meas provied. Knowledge and
some experience in outdoor education as well
as workmg with children required. Contact
Marin Berman or Robert Lipsitz. Tamarack
Outdoor Education Program, (313)661-0600
or (313)627-2821.
PIZZA DELIVERY DRIVERS. 'Own car.
Part or full time Wages, Tips & Mileage. Ap-
piy in person only after 4:30 pm. Omega
Pizza, 101 Washtenaw Pl. Across from
Couzens Hall.
PROGRAM STAFF TO DIRECTLY assist
persons with developmental disabilitiesin
residential setting Drivers license required.
Call ARC at 662-1256.
RANDOM BABYSITTING for 2 boys, 71/2
& 11. 662-0712. $3 pr. hr. References.
RESEARCH ASSISTANT (work-study) to
helpin all phases of a large-scale survey study
on eating disorders in teenage girls. 10-15
hrs. per week. Please call 747-028.
RESEARCH VOLUNTEERS. Warner-Lam-
bert-Parke-Davis Phaeseutical Research
Division, Community Research Clinic, is
seeking healthy male volunteers 18-55 years
of age to participate as subjects in medication
research studies starting in September. If in-
terested call for an appointment for your ini-
tial work-up this week. Monetary compensa-
tion is provided to research volunteers. For
further information, call Ms. Susan Moran,
R.N.,research volunteer coordinator (8-4 p.m.
Monday through Friday). Please call 996--
7051.
WORK STUDY STUDENTS NEEDED.
Sales desk at the gift shop of the Exhibit Mu-
seum of Natural C isto. N. University and
Geddes.Hlour flexible. Call Ruth 764-0480

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BUSINESS SERVICES

THIRSTY'S at Tally Hall, now acceptin;
applications for night time counter help. Ap
ply in person between 10 and 5.
TO DO CLEANING, ETC., min 2 hr:
weeklyl lours adjustable, good pay 769
0032.
WORK FOR ACADEMIC CREDIT or vol-
unteer at the Pound I-louse Children's Ceptei
this Fall. Located at Hill & E. University
Come over for a visit or call 764-2547,' of
more information.
WORK STUDY STUDENTS NEEDEiD
Sales desk at the gift shop of the Exhibit Mu-
seum of Natural Ilistory. N. University anc
Geddes. Hours Flexible. Ruth 764-0480. ,

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HELP WANTED
STUDENTS
This is your chance to help those that ncct
you while gaming experience ma hospita
setting. We need dependablepatient sitters fo
U-M and St. Jois. los pitals. A variety o
shifts are available. Call 973-9111 betweet
10 and 12 M-F for appointment.
STUDENTS WANTED. The Michigar
League is now taking applications an(
hiring students for work in our newly remod
eled buffet and to work on special parties
We offer very competitive wages and
scholarship program. Please apply %i
person at the manager's office, 91 1Nori
University. 764-0446.
TAKE A BREAK FROM YOUR STUDIES
Get away from your dorms and make moue
while you are doing it. Join the set-up crew"E
the Michigan Union. Flexible hours, grey
working environment. If interested, pleas
call Angela Hinz at 763-5911 or stop by th
scheduling office for an appointment.
THE ANN ARBOR NEWS-is looking fo
several people to work in our Mailroorr
Three shifts available: Friday night 3:45 pm
to 11;45p.m,; Saturday 8:00 a.m.; to 4A1
p.m. and Sunday 12:00 p.m. to 4:00 a.m. In
terested persons, please apply at the Person
nel Office, between 9:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m
Monday through Friday. We are an affimna
tive action /equal opportunity employer.

ACROSS
1 Polyphonic
composition
6 Adenauer: "Der
10 Berber
14 Moslem decree
15 Poet Teasdale
16 Seed covering
17 Latin-American
music
18 Haberdashery
purchases
19 Token, perhaps
20 Lodge member
21 Insignificant
sum
24 Orient Express,
for one
26 Avril's follower
27 American painter
Gilbert -
29 Nobles
collectively
33 American
composer-
writer Louis -:
1874-1964
34 Ranch
"trademark"
35 Corrida cry
37 Actress
Sommer
38 Swagger
39 Sully
40 Scottish river
41 Very pretty girl
42 Twig broom
43 Representative
45 Flotillas
46 Spawn
47 Brief "ad"
48 Informer
53 Letters on a
ship's bow
56 David, for one

4 McMahon and
Koch
5 Small wheeled
table
6 Actor John -
7 Secular
8 Journey
9 Legal right of
way
10 Fiber used to
make mats and
hats
11 Dies -
12 After "ready,
aim"
13 Took flight
22 Triple, for one
23 Ointment
25 Demolish, Lon-
don style
27 Structure
28 Sign of a
vacancy
29 Rich copper ore
30 Comfort
31 Results of a frost
or a scare

32 "Waste Land"
author
34 Gaucho's
weapon
36 "Desire Under
the -"
38 Sense organ
39 Prophet
41 Sci. course
42 More
outspoken
44 Move forward
45 Ziegfeld, to
friends

47 Another name
for Para, Brazil
48 Read hastily
49 O'Hara
plantation
50 Prefix with bus
51 Shakespearean
villain
52 Type of
monster
54 Graf -
55 - of the earth
59 Cutting tool

PERSONAL

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ERIC'S SPORTS factory closeouts.
Swimwear, bodywear and footwear. Custom
t-shirts, 2 blks off State. 419 E. Liberty.
JOHN - Paradise is not lost. 15% discount on
contact lens preparations at the Village
Apothecary - Lucifer.
KLMBA IS BACK!
KOSHER PIZZA NIGHT every Sunday.
5:45-7pm. Chabad House 715 Hill Info 9 -
LEARN
LIKE GOING TO PARTIES? Like taking
photographs? Do both and make $4-S8 an
hour. The Picture Man, M-F 10-5 994-3914.
AUSTIN DIAMOND
For 26 Years - Diamonds at Wholesale
Expert repairing & Fine Jewelry
Engagement & Wedding Rings Our Specialty
Mon.-Sat. Days & Eves
663-7151
1209 S. University Ann Arbor
STUDENT SERVICES

ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS for all shifts,
from opening 'through closing. Full and part-
time positions are available. Flexible hours
and free meals will be provided. Please ap-
ply in person at Burger King at 530 East Lib-
erty (at Maynard).
Ann Arbor Inn now hiring lounge supervisor,
full & part-time A.M. Waitstaf, P.M. Win-
dows waitstaff, housemnen housekeepers,
front desk clerk. Apply at 10) S. Fourth Ave.
ARTIST MODEL- Male or Female. No ex-
perience required. Call Jack, 996-2715.
ASHLEY'S RESTAURANT
Positions needed. Day waitpersons-experi-
ence required. Must be available before noon.
Bus ersons-evenings-No experience. Bar-
tenders-experience required. Day cooks-ex-
perience required. Dishwashers-no experi-
ence required. Apply in person between 2-4
p.m. 338 S. StateSt.
BUS PERSONS NEEDED
IMMEDIATELY
At Martha Cook Building
Eat 3 meals per day for 8-12 hrs.
work per week. Contact Jan at 763-2085.
29100924
CWS STUDENTS
NEEDED
University Library
Fall/Winter jobs through
April, possibly longer. 10-29
hours per week at $3.65 per hour.
LIBRARY PERSONNEL OFFICE
404 Harlan Hatcher Graduate Library
02100919

TV, STEREO4 & VCR REPAIR- Save up to
60%, free est. 485-0079.
TICKETS
HAWAII/MICHIGAN Football tickets
wanted. Need up to 5. Please Call Pat2or
Marshall, collect in California at 805-528-
4292.
KIMBA IS BACK!
UM-MSU 5 to 6 Football tickets needed. Pre-
fer between 30 yard line will consider any.
665-0042 between 7 and 11.
WANTED - U-M Football Tickets. No Sin-
gles. Call 668-6282.

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$242.50 + elec. 747-8518 after 5 pm.
1-2 Non-smokers needed to share 2 bedrm at
U-Towers a t.I for $222/2 for $167 + Util-
ity. 668-7ยง38.
FEMALE ROOMMATE needed to share one
bedroom apartment. $293/a month + half
electricity. Call after 6 pm. 747-9754.
INDONESIAN GRADUATE STUDENT
(Male) needs a place. Willing to share
house/room/apt or with American family.
Will pay $ but no lease. Please call 663-9327.
NON-SMOKING ROOMMATE needed.
Large 2 bdrm. apt., $240/month, Sept. FREII!
Call Sue 747-7360.
ROOMMATE(S) NEEDED IMMEDI-
ATELY to share condo. Beautiful location
near U Hosp. For more info. CALL 747-8735
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ING
11 12 13 *$5 off 1st paper. Professional. Disserta-
tions, papers, resumes, letters ,briefs. Fast,
campus pick-up. Discounts. 426-5217.
A-1 TYPIING - On campus. Professional.
Rush service available. 668-8898.
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