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Students laud profs
for unbiased language
By JILL OSEROWSKY exclusive language even though contest brings it to the forefront, he
The results are in on the election some of the excesses of that seem added.
to choose professors and teaching ridiculous to me," he added. By Exclusive language at the
assistants who best use non- "excesses," Meyer cited using the University is a problem, said'
discriminatory or inclusive word "herstory" instead of history William Stebbins, chair of the
language in class. About 200 stu- as "ridiculous." Senate Advisory Committee on
dents voted in the fishbowl last PIRGIM will compile a list of University Affairs. "But the
week in the contest sponsored by all the professors who received problem is much worse outside the
The Public 'Interest Research votes and post the results in time University than inside," he said.
Group in Michigan. for winter registration, Simon said. Stebbins, a psychology
Although every professor who "The issue of the contest is more professor, said the contest was an
received votes will be congratulated, important than the winners of the interesting idea and was glad it took
six were the "stand-out" winners, contest," said Corey Dolgon, a positive approach rather than
according to Amy Simon, PIRGIM campus organizer for PIRGIM. A offering a "booby prize" for the
co-chair. The six include Alfred lot of people are unaware of the professor that uses the most
Meyer, Political Science.; Hubert language discrimination, and the exclusive language.

Cohen, RC; June Howard, English;
Richard Tillinghast, English; James
Turner, English; and Raymond
Tanter, Political Science.
The contest was created to make
people aware of language which
discriminates against women,
blacks, the elderly and religious

Inependlents
By ANDY MILLS transition fr
In addition to the SAID and college.
ffective parties, four independents BOTH
are vying for seats on the 15- SAID's propo
member executive council of the member onto t
IBSA student government., even as an obs
Sbphomores Jeff Chamberlain, Vesel, "I dot
Rick Jones, and Meg Vesel and really done the
Junior John Kovacs each seem to body would kr
have specific plans in mind as Chamberli
opposed to the generalities proposed because he fe
by both parties. education as
Kovacs, a political science it," feels that
major, wants to focus on counseling i
restructuring the political science LSA. He belie
program. He believes that the sophomores
present program is "too cold," and recommended
that it needs to better bring together On Friday,
pplitical science majors. vice presiden
In addition to hiring more each party at
faculty to eliminate class Press" forumn
overcrowding, Kovacs would like to Union wher
see the department structured questions frc
similar to the Residential College, members of th
where concentrators live and attend The candi
class together in the same building. that they have
Vesel and Jones, who are the campaig
campaigning together, are competency c
emphasizing the problems of Assistants, p
freshmen and sophomores. LSA-SG, and
According to Vesel, "LSA lacks of the present
emphasis on the freshmen and issue that crol
sophomore years. That's really ROTC course
important." The candidates would credit.
like to see a Collegiate Council According
formed which, would facilitate the candidate John

seek LSA spots

om high school to
DISAGREE with
)sal to bring a faculty
the executive council,
erver. Generally, says
n't think SAID has
eir job, or the student
now about them."
n, who is running
els "you get out of an
much as you put into
not enough academic
s available within
ves that freshmen and
should be "strongly
" to attend counseling.
,the presidential and
tial candidates from
ttended a "Meet the
n in the Michigan
re they answered
om the press and
e audience.
dates rehashed issues
been discussing since
n started: English
of foreign Teaching
ublic awareness of
the accomplishments
t government. A new
pped up was whether
s should receive LSA
to SAID presidential
n Pantowich, "That's a

matter for the curriculum g
It oesn't come as
committee to decide." He went on me because I've been
to say that LSA-SG can only get number of years toc
involved in the issue through its language," said Meyer
student appointments to that male and female
committee. interchangeably for
Currently, LSA does not offer years
academic credit for ROTC courses y've gone out of
unless they are cross-listed with inclusive language anc
another department. inclu g
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trying for a
clean up my
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pronouns
the past 10
ny way to use
d to eliminate

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evidence against Reagan and send it
to the House and Senate Judiciary,
Committees as well as the Foreign
Relations Committee. They will
also send the information to leaders
it the Democratic and Republican
-arties.
Students for Ethical Government
will also be sending the packet of
information to approximately 80
tther college campuses, including
the University of Michigan. Their

defeated
goal is to promote "healthy
discussion" of the Reagan
impeachment issue around the
country so that Congress will also
take it into consideration.
Michigan Student Assembly
President Kurt Muenchow said he
doubts the assembly would pursue a
similar impeachment campaign on
this campus. "I hope we don't. It's
not our purpose to discuss this
issue.

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by
Dr. Daniel H. Janzen
Department of Biology
University of Pennsylvania
November 18, 1986
Tuesday evening, 8:00p.m.
Modern Languages Building
Auditorium 3
The University of Michigan
812 E. Washington, Ann Arbor
cosponsored by the Department of Biology
and The School of Natural Resources
Host: Dr. Carl Gans
Department of Biology

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Campus Cinema
Ginger and Fred (Federico
Fellini, 1986), MTF, 7:45 p.m.,
Michigan Theater.
Fellini's latest finally cones to
Ann Arbor. A wistful look at tele -
vision and nostalgia, this one con -
cerns an old dance team which re -
unites after 40 years for a TV
special.
Performances
The Swing - Hill Street Players,
8 p.m., Hillel Auditorium, 1429
Hill St.
Mark Ochu - Baha'i Club, 7:30
p.m., Pendleton Room, Union.
Ochu gives a piano recital and
lecture on "The Prerequisites of
World Peace." Free admission.
Speakers
Wayne Melchior - "Current'
Trends in Ladder Polymers," Macro -
molecular Science and Engineering
Program, 4 p.m., 1300 Chemistry
Bldg.
Guohong Du - "Resonance
SRaman Spectroscopy of Sulphur
Containing Radicals and Com -
plexes," Department of Chemistry,

Meetings
W.A.R.C. Membership Meet -
ing - 7:30 p.m., Sheraton Univer -
sity Inn.
Furthermore
Homeless Awareness Week -
Video on Ann Arbor Shelter, 4 p.m.,
Bursley Lobby.
SAFEWALK - Nighttime Safety
Walking Service, 8 p.m.-1:30 a.m.,
102 Undergraduate Library (936-
1000).
Women and Science: Issues
and Resources - Videotape and
discussion, Center for Continuing
Education of Women, 7 p.m.,
Second Floor of Comerica Bank
Building, corner of South Thayer and
North University streets.
Basketmakcing for the Holi -
days Workshop - Ann Arbor
YMCA, 7 p.m., 350 S. Fifth Ave.
(663-0536).
First National Bank of Chi-
cago Reception - Career Plan -
ning & Placement, 4 p.m., Mich -
igan League Library (764-7460).

will be interviewing students
" at"
Career Planning and Placement
Son "
Wednesday, November 19, 1986
" from9:30 - 12:00
Open sign up
Wednesday, November 12, 10:00
thru Friday, November 14,12:00 .
at Career Office
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University Arts Chorale
Edward Lundergan, conductor
Program Includes Mozart Solemn
Hill, 8:00 p.m.
Thurs.-Sun., Nov. 20-23
Opera: The Magic Flute
Gustav Meler, music director
Jay Lesenger, stage director
Power Center, 8(Th-Sat), 2(Sun)
Tickets $8, $5. Call 764-0450

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