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The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, February 10, 1987 - Page 3

SACUA rejects action
on non-academic code

Associated Press
Civil rights leader Reverend Hosea Williams and his daughter, Elizabeth Omiliani were arrested yesterday in
Chumming, Ga. The incident occured while they picketed a live broadcast of The Oprah Winfrey Show in the
predominantly white Forsyth County.
Blacks protest Winfrey' s show

The Senate Advisory Committee
on University Affairs discussed the
Code of Non-Academic Conduct
yesterday but did not reach a
SACUA has not taken a
position on the code since the
current University Council was
formed in December 1984 to de-
termine whether a code is necessary
for the University. However, in
1983 the Civil Liberties Com-
mittee of SACUA supported a
version of the code.
"We're taking a wait and see
attitude," said SACUA chair
William Stebbins, a psychology
professor. "We're not supporting or
not supporting the code," Stebbins
Committee members voice
mixed feelings. Yet, all agree they
were not informed enough to state
an opinion.
Charles Lehmann, education
professor and committee member,
said SACUA should not take a
stand on the code until the
University Council completes its
code drafts. The council recently
completed a draft of emergency
procedures, the first of three parts.
Engineering Prof. Harris
McClamroch said, "If I were a
student, I would like to have a
code." Incidents of racial dis-
crimination "cannot be dealt with
without a code," he said.
"If there's a separate code for
housing, then maybe there
shouldn't be a code," said SACUA
member Beth Reed, associate
professor of social work. If
problems are "just dorm issues, are
we engaged in an exercise that is
not needed?" Reed asked.
In other SACUA business, the
Senate Assembly Nomination
Committee chose eight faculty
members to next term's committee.
The nominees are: Professor of

Music Edward Chudacoff; Professor
of English Robert Lenaghan;
Professor of Internal Medicine
William Dobbins; Graduate Li-
brarian Wendy Lougee; Associate
Professor of Nursing Sally Lusk;
Health Science Research Associate
Peggie Hollingsworth; Professor of
Natural Resources Charles Olson;
and Professor of Political Science
Roy Pierce.
Information about each candidate
will be presented to the Senate
Assembly on Monday. The
assembly will then vote during
their March meeting for four of the
eight candidates. Three candidates


will serve a three-year term and one
will replace present SACUA
member Lorraine Nadelman while
she is on sabbatical.
'Da ~

CUMMING, Ga. (AP) -- Black
talk show host Oprah Winfrey
brought her program to Forsyth
County, yesterday, to hear out its
.white residents, some of whom
argued they should be able to keep
blacks from moving into their
Outside, civil rights activist

Hosea Williams was among eight
people arrested for picketing over
the exclusion of blacks from the
show. Miss Winfrey mentioned the
arrests during her broadcast but said
her purpose was to find out "why
this community has not allowed
black people to live here since

z City backs low-cost
housing development
(continued from Page 1) facility for 40 won't double up and
said the council should have become a facility for 80 in a few
solicited more input from years?" she asked.
community residents and businesses Councilmember Lowell Peterson
before approving the site. (D-First Ward), who sponsored the
"If this is in fact a good proposal, responded by guaranteeing
proposal, stealth and unseemly Pooley that planners would only
haste are not necessary," Pooley provide space for 40 units.
said during the public hearing. She Peterson and other
also questioned whether the councilmembers apologized to the
structure would stay within its audience for the speed of the public
requirements when actually built. hearing, which was just announced
"What is our guarantee that a last week.

Asked later if she felt
comfortable in Forsyth County. she
said, "Not very comfortable at all.
I'm leaving."
Dozens of people in the audience
of 100 said they supported the
rights of black people to live and
work in the county, but some said
they feared violence from white
neighbors if they publicly
welcomed blacks.
Williams, an Atlanta City
Councilman, had asked to appear on
"The Oprah Winfrey Show," but
Winfrey and her producers said they
wanted only county residents.
Sheriff Wesley Walraven said
Williams and the others were-
charged with unlawful assembly as
they picketed outside the restaurant
where the show was broadcast.
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Ann Arbor Police are
investigating two recent campus
area break-ins, according to Sgt. Jan
Suomala. Early Sunday morning a
suspect was seen running from a
building in the 1300 block of


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Campus Cinema
the Name Of The Rose (Jean-
Jacques Annaud, 1986), MTF, 7:45
p.m., Mich.
Sean Comnnery plays a medieval
monk with a dash of Sherlock
Holmes and James Bond. His
deductive powers are stretched to the
limit when he visits a monastery
where the Brothers are getting offed
at an alarming rate.
Living In The World: Parts I-
V (Joe Gibbons, 1984-5),
Eyemediae, 8 p.m., 214 North
A Super-8 classic about a man who
shuffles off to California to "find
happiness without working."
Walter Benn Michaels-
"Against Theory," 4 p.m., 138
Richard Stewart- "Home: God
Provided, God Maintained,"
Christian Science Organization, 8
p.m., Michigan Union, Kuenzel
George Sells- "Experiences in
Television Broadcasting," Taubman
Program in American Institutions,
noon, Michigan Union, Kuenzel
Terry McMillan- "Reading
From her Work," Visiting Writers
Series, 4 p.m., Rackham East
John Grotzinger- "Cyclicity and
Paleoenvironmental Dynamics,
Rockness Platform, Northwest
Canada," Dept. of Geological
Sciences, 4 p.m., 4001 C.C. Little.
Phillips P. Moulton-
"Discussion of Ammunition for
Peacemakers: Answers for

p.m., Michigan Union, Anderson
Union of Students for Isreal-
7 p.m., Hillel.
Rockwell International
Avianics- Pre-Interview, 7 p.m.-
9 p.m., 1078 East Engineering,
Black Art Print Sale-through
2/11, 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Michigan
Union, Room 1209, p a.m-5 p.m.
Armenian Happy Hour- 9
p.m.-11:30 p.m., Upstairs at
CEW Career Workshop-"Step
Before the Job Search," 9:30a.m.-
noon, 2nd Floor Comerica Bank,
North University and Thayer.
Revolutionary History
Series- "The Spanish
Revolution," 7 p.m., 439 Mason
U of M Rugby Football
Club- practice, 8 p.m.-9:30 p.m.,
Coliseum, Hill and Fifth Streets,
University Lacrosse Team-
practice, Coliseum, Hill and Fifth
Streets, (747-6426).
Safewalk- Night time safety-
walking service, 8 p.m.-1:30 a.m.,
102 UGLi or (936-1000).
Summer Job Fair- Pre-
registration, 3200 SAB.
Campus Bible Study- 7 p.m.,
Michigan League, Room C.
Communication Internship
Booklet Sale- Women in
Communications, Fishbowl.
The History of Jazz- Greg
Dahlberg will cover Art Blakey's
music and his influence on later
drummers, 7 p.m., Michigan Union,

Washtenaw carrying a fire
extinguisher. He entered through an
unlocked window, Suomala said.
The fire extinguisher was recovered
In another incident, a suspect
entered a building using a key then
escaped with less than $100 cash.
The building, located in the 2300
block of Washtenaw, was robbed
sometime between Feb. 4 and 6.
by Steve Blonder

Freshman Orientation
Nothing could have prepared me
for the first few moments with my
roommate." Anique"-nothing more,
just Anique"-was her name. Change
the"A" to a"U" and you've got a
When they asked what type of
roommate I wanted, I didn't know that
I needed to be more specific than non-
smoker. I could swear I saw a picture
of Anique on a postcard I got from
London. Within five minutes, I found
out that she was an Art History stu-
dent, into the Psychedelic Furs, and
totally, totally against the domesti-
cation of animals.
I was just about ready to put in
for a room transfer when she
reached into her leather
backpack, pulled out a
can of Suisse Mocha and
offered me a cup. Okay, I
decided I'd keep an open mind.
As we sipped our cups, I
found out that Anique and I share
the same fondness for Cary Grant
movies, the same disdain for wine
coolers, and the same ex-boyfriend.
That gave us plenty to talk about.
General Foods* International Coffees.
Share the feeling.

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Activists," 12:10 p.m., Ann Arbor
Public Library.
Dr. AlexandereGoldfarb-
"Educational Freedom in a
Totalitarian Society," 8 p.m.,
Rackham Ampitheatre.
David Friedman- "Punctuation
in Gene Expression: The End of the
Message," Dept. of Microbiology,
noon, 1139 Nat. Sci.
Rev. Charles Adams-"Racism
and Education," 7:30 p.m. East Quad


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