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The Michigan Daily - Monday, November 3, 1986 - Page 5

Student falls off

Baker

sees

Pursell

balcony to
(Continued from Page 1)
fell onto a group of people standing
on the balcony below, tumbled to
the ground and injured her hip in
the fall.
And in a third incident, Ann
Arbor police apprehended two men
who allegedly cut LSA senior Phil
Quaderer's face with a knife Friday
night. Quaderer, president of Theta
'Delta Chi fraternity, asked the men
to leave the party and was escorting
the men off the property. Quaderer
said, "I felt something whizz by my
face, the next thing I knew I was
bleeding." Quaderer said he suffered
a minor cut to the cheek.

his death
The men, who appeared to be
around 17 or 18, were being
uncooperative when members of the
fraternity asked them to leave
because they couldn't show any
University identification, Quaderer
said.
King said that the fraternities
have been making a "good effort" to
curtail the activity at parties that
brought floods of neighborhood
complaints to the police department
and prompted Police Chief William
Corbett to send a letter to each
house. Corbett warned fraternities
of the extra staff patrolling on
weekends and asked them to restrain
wild parties.

for defamation

(Continued from Page 1)
Weisbrot said that, regardless of the
results of Tuesday's election, the
suit will not be dropped.
The suit does not ask for a specific
monetary compensation from
Pursell, though the complaint must
be in excess of $10,000 in order to
be considered in Circuit Court.
Baker's lawyer, Jonathan Rose, said
the case may take "upwards of two
years to reach trial." because the
Wayne County court system is
overcrowded with cases

Rose added that many similiar
cases are settled out of court in a
matter of weeks or months. No
court date has been set.

M aestro Daily Photo by LESLIE BOORSTEIN
University President Harold Shapiro conducts the University Symphony
Orchestra at the Halloween concert Friday night.

LSA works on freshman, soph years

(Continued from Page 1)
report, which pointed out many of
the same problems, was discussed
by the executive committee earlier
this fall.
Meiland is co-chairman of the
LSA Curriculum Committee,
which currently has jurisdiction
over most academic matters. But
"the curriculum committee just
doesn't have time," he said, to deal
with the problems plaguing
freshmen and sophomores.
THE PROPOSED council
"would give us a mechanism for
attacking a very wide range of
problems in the undergraduate
*education," Meiland said.
Meiland said the committee may
include one or two students along
with senior faculty, though the
executive committee has not yet
discussed the issue. The text of the
proposal, however, describes the
committee as "a faculty group."
The structure of the proposed
committee remains vague. Meiland
said the committee would have the
power to study problems facing
freshmen and sophomores, but its
ability to implement solutions
would depend. on whether it can
obtain funding for its

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recommendations.
The college doesn't know yet
whether University money will be
available, but Meiland said "there
have been indications that the Vice

President (for Academic Affairs
James Duderstadt) is interested in
making investments in the
undergraduate education at the
University."

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The Program will be held at the Villa Corsi-Salviati, the Michigan
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mediate Italian, and contemporary Italian Culture. The Program
will be directed by Ilene Olken, Professor of Italian in the Depart-
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in participating in this program are invited to contact the Center for
Western European Studies.

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