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The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, January 21, 1987 - Page 3

Muenchow resigns
from student caucus

By MARTHA SEVETSON
Michigan Student Assembly
President Kurt Muenchow resigned
from the Student Caucus on
Strategic Planning last night,
saying that appointments to such a
committee should have been made
by the assembly.
"Any student input into
University decision-making should
go through MSA," said Muenchow.
"Otherwise there's the possibility
of an administrator picking and
choosing students on campus who
will only rubber-stamp his ideas."
THE caucus, formed at the end
of fall term under the direction of
interim President James Duderstadt,
was made up of students appointed
by former MSA President Paul

Josephson. It was created to include
students in Duderstadt's new
initiative to improve undergraduate
life.
Muenchow joined the group,
abiding the condition that he not
inform MSA members of the
proceedings. "I was almost as much
as told that if I brought this to
MSA, students wouldn't be
involved in the University planning
process at this stage," he said.
Muenchow first discussed the
caucus with the assembly last
night, in response to MSA
members' questions about the secret
panel.
I N an interview after the
meeting, Muenchow refused to say
why he was banned from telling

MSA about the caucus and deferred
the question to Josephson.
Josephson refused to comment.
MSA member Ken Weine, an
LSA junior, said he first became
aware of the caucus when he read
about it in The Daily. "As an MSA
representative I didn't really
understand how or where this group
was formed," he said. "I'm outraged
to see MSA's appointment power
overlooked by other student
organizations."
In response to the way
Josephson formed this caucus,
MSA members overwhelmingly
passed a resolution condemning the
student selection process to the
caucus.
ACCORDING to MSA
member Gus Teschke, a Rackham
graduate student, this process
bypasses regental bylaws reserving
the right to appoint student
representatives for MSA.
"We need to assert our authority
and keep our powers," said Teschke.
"They're being eroded right now."
MSA members who opposed the
resolution feared that condemning
the caucus might endanger the
students' ability to voice their
opinion in Duderstadt's strategic
planning commission.
"We may do more harm than
good to condemn this because
Duderstadt may act to dismantle it,"
said representative Steve Herz, an
LSA junior.

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chronicling the clandestine sales of
U.S. arms to Iran.
At thetsame time, retiring
NATO ambassador David Abshire,
brought to the White House from
Brussels to help coordinate
responses to an array of
investigations, pledged that Reagan
will meet "in the very near future"
with a commission investigating
National Security Council oper -
ations.
A spokesman for the Tower
Commission said late yesterday that
Reagan has a date to meet with the
panel, which he named to
investigate the workings of the
National Security Council and its
role in the Iran-Contra crisis.
Spokesman Herbert Hetu said
the White House proposed a date for
such a meeting on Tuesday and the
three-member panel accepted.
Neither Hetu nor White House
spokesman Brashear would disclose
the date.
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Murderer wants

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transfer to
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after subsiquent investigation
determined he had no relatives in
Canada. Canadian authorities later
determined that he did have
relatives, but the transfer was denied
on other grounds.
William Dobreff, Chapman's
attorney, said his client wants to be
transfered because he has more
family in Canada. He declined
further comment.

Canada
But Louis Porter, assistant
attorney general, predicted "we will
prevail," when asked if he thought
the transfer would be stopped.
Chapman is currently being held
at the Marquete Correctional
Institute. At Marquette, he was
under administrative segregation
from April 6,1985 until
September1986 for possesion of
dangerous contraband.

Store owner acquitted of assault

Associated Press
Iraqi planes raided Iranian cities for the 11th day yesterday, while Iran
claimed to have broken through Iraqi defenses. Iranian forces were
reported to be heading towards Iraq's second-largest city, Basra.
1,500 killed in attack
on Iraq, Iran govt- sways
By The Associated Press attackers "littering the battlefield."
Iran said yesterday its invasion The Baghdad government's
force killed or wounded 1,500 Iraqi official Iraqi News Agency quoted a
soldiers in fighting near Basra, military source it did not name as
provincial capital of southern Iraq. saying Iranian claims of an advance
An Iranian missile exploded in toward Basra were "cheap lies."
Baghdad, and the Iraqis said it killed Reports carried by Iran's official
civilians. Islamic Republic News Agency said
Iraq's communiques claimed its Iranian forces ambushed Iraqi troops
troops repulsed an Iranian ground overnight west of the Jasim River.
assault Thursday night outside That would put the Iranians within
Basra and left corpses of Iranian six miles of Basra.
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By MELISSA BIRKS
The owner of the Student Bike
Shop was found not guilty last
week of assault and battery charges
pressed by a University student.
Peter Cook, an LSA senior,
brought charges against shop owner
Bill Loy for punching him in the
face during an argument at the
South Forest store. Cook was
,returning a rented bike before the
30-day rental period ended because
the bike was damaged. Loy assessed
the damage at $55 and held Cook
responsible, even though it
appeared the bike had been
sabotaged.
Loy appeared in front of a
District Court jury last Thursday.

According to Steven Garris, Loy's
attorney, the jury found that Loy
was acting to protect his spouse,
Naomi.

COURT
NOTES

legs," he added. Both Cook and the
Loys testified that Bill Loy said,
"Don't touch my wife," Garris said.
Cook asked Naomi Loy to give
him an itemized list of the damages
because he planned to take the case
to Student Legal Services.
According to Cook, Naomi Loy
was holding the receipt and refused
to give it back. Cook grabbed it
from her hands. According to him,
the owner then hit him in the jaw
and threw the receipt onto the floor.
Garris said that Cook sustained
no marks on his face where he said
Loy had hit him.

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reached across, grabbed it, and hit
Mrs. Loy's arm." Garris said. "She
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Campus Cinema
Two English Girls (F. Truffaut,
1971), Med, 7:30 & 9:30 p.m., Nat
Sci.
At the turn of the century, a
Frenchman falls in love with two
sisters at the same time. I don't
understand the Parisienes!
Lenny Bruce Performance Film
(John Magnuson, 1973), Hill St.,
8:00 p.m., Hill St.
The intense, acerbic humor of this
sick young man is presented
uncensored and unshackled.
A Matter Of Heart (Mark
Whitney), MTF, 7:15 & 9:30 p.m.,
Mich.
A film for the Jung at heart.
Performances
Irie- New World Beat Party, 9 p.m.,
Nectarine Ballroom, (99-MUSIC).
Come and see this fantastic reggae
band and also register for free prizes.
Speakers
Anita Norich- "Autobiographiqal
Imagination: I.J. Singer, I.B. Singer,
and Esther Singer Kreitman," Program
in Judaic Studies, 4 p.m., 2050 Frieze
Bldg.
Pam Dabbs- "Color 1- Focus on
Men," 7 p.m., Ann Arbor 'Y'.
Richard Wilbur- "Reading From
His Work," Dept. of English Visiting
IWriters Series, 4 p.m., Rackham
IAuditorium.
Dr. Joe M. Davis- "Retention By
Electrical Field Flow Fractionation of
Anions in Porous Vycor Glass
Channels," Dept. Of Chemistry, 4
p.m., 1200 Chemistry Bldg.
William E. Diehl- "Business
Ethics 'and Christian Faith: Thank
God, It's Monday!" Christian Business
Fellowship, 4:30 p.m., School of
Business, Hale Auditorium; 7:30
p.m., Zion Lutheran Church.
Nicholas Riasanovsky- "Soviet
Historiography Today," Dept. of
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Dept. of Statistics, 4 p.m., 1443
Mason Hall.
Meetings
Baha'i Club- 5 p.m., Michigan
Union.
Engineering Student
Publications- 5:45 p.m., 1203
East Engineering.
Furthermore
Career Planning & Placement-
"Is an MBA for You?" 4:10 p.m.,
CP&P; "Resume Writing," 4:10
p.m., 1520 Dana, (764-7460).
Safewalk- Night Time Walking
Service, 8 p.m.-1:30 a.m., 102 UGLi
or call 963-1000.
Tape Sale- East Quad Music Co-
op, 10 a.m.- 4 p.m., Fishbowl, (764-
3456).
ACU-I Campus Games
Tournament- Register in Billiards
and Games Room, 2nd Floor
Michigan Union, (764-6498).
University Lacrosse Team
Practice- 6 p.m., Colliseum, (747-
6426).
Cushman & Wakefield Real
Estate- Perspective employment
presentation, 4:30 p.m., University
Real Estate Club.
All Things Reconsidered- "The
Future of U.S. Foreign Policy in
Nicaragua," 6:30 p.m., WCBN(88.3
FM) and WJJX(650 AM), (763-3500).
Hard Questions for Ethics
Comittees- Open discussion with
the University Hospitals Ethics
Committee, noon, Medical Science II,
South Lecture Hall, (936-1484).

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