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Page 2 - The Michigan Daily - Monday, March 2, 1987

Students
(Continued from Page 1)
has slipped beneath the surface
since 1984, when University
President Harold Shapiro returned
the code to its original
promulgators: the University
Council. The council, a nine-
member panel composed of three
students, three faculty members,
and three administrators, is
authorized by a Board of Regents
bylaw to formulate rules governing

officials differ on

the University Community.
SINCE then, the council has
attempted to write their version of
the code. Although Regental bylaw
7.02 guarantees MSA approval of
any code draft, student members of
the council fear that increased
frustration in the administration
will prompt it to override the bylaw
and pass its own version.
"If the University Council
doesn't write their own code by the

end of the summer, I predict that
the administration will lose
patience and write their own," said
Donald Rucknagel, former co-chair
of the council.
"It's like we have been given a
choice - either you write your
own or we will write one for you,"
said Weine.
IN reality, the University
already has a code, but officials say
it's virtually impossible to use.
Passed by both the student body
and the regents in 1973, the Rules
of the University Community were
intended to control demonstrations
from the University's more radical

code
days. Such a demonstration was the
Black Action Movement Strike in
1970, which shut down classes for
more than a week.
Although students at that time
felt they would be treated more
fairly in a University system than
the civil system, it appears that
such sentiment no longer exists.
Much of the University Council's
work has been frustrating and
tedious for members because
student members are adamantly
opposed to a code with academic
santions, but are forced to write a
version instead of accepting one
from the administration.

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IN BRIEF
Compiled from Associated Press reports
Officials doubt Reagan will
renounce Iran arms-sale
WASHINGTON - Former, Sen. Paul Laxalt said yesterday he
doubts President Reagan is ready to renounce the U.S. arms-sale
initiative with Iran, despite the Tower commission's condemnation of
that policy and Reagan's subsequent replacement of White House Chief
of Staff Donald Regan.
Laxalt of Nevada, one of Reagan's closest longtime political
confidants, said that in his address to the nation later this week, Reagan
should admit "this was a flawed policy ... a trip that shouldn't have
been taken.... I'd like to have him do that, but I don't think he's there
in his own mind yet."
Reagan acknowledged in his Jan. 27 State of the Union address that
"serious mistakes were made," but he has never conceded that the
administration was seeking to trade arms for hostages.
Southern twister kills eight
LAUREL, Miss. - Residents and cleanup crews worked under a
sunny sky yesterday to recover belongings and clear up wreckage from a
tornado that left eight people dead, nearly 500 families homeless and
millions of dollars in damage.
"Everybody is tired, but things are looking up," said Carl Carlos,
Jones County Civil Defense director. "It's just a matter of cleanup and
get back on our feet now."
The tornado left at least 145 people injured as it cut a 20-mile-long,
2-mile-wide path of destruction across mostly rural Jones County in
southeastern Mississippi on Saturday morning.
Some residents camped out overnight at bonfires beside the piles of
splintered lumber and brick that had been their homes, and the National
Guard blocked off 15 roads and highways.
Mississippi blacks boycott
schools, white businesses
CANTON, Miss. - Blacks in several Mississippi towns have
revived a tactic of the 1960s by boycotting schools and white-owned
businesses in what they call a last resort to achieve political goals.
"I think this is something we felt we had to do," said Rev. Michael
Cathey, a leader of a black parents group that wants a black assistant
superintendent of schools in Senatobia. Blacks set up an economic
boycott because, "Nobody was listening. And we will be out until they
do."
In Canton, where Martin Luther King Jr. once organized against
white supremacy, blacks postponed an economic boycott set for Friday
when the town's mayor promised to put a black on the school board.
Damaged ski lift kills five
TARBES, France - A damaged chairlift pitched dozens of skiers
onto rocks and snow far below yesterday, killing five of them and badly
injuring 25 at the Pyrenees resort of Luz- Ardiden, officials said.
Sixty other skiers on the lift suffered lesser injuries.
Some victims reportedly fell from heights of up to 130 feet.
The accident occurred about 4:30 p.m., but the cause was not clear.
Local news media gave conflicting reports, saying the lift cable
snapped, that it jumped off a pulley, or that a support pylon may have
collapsed.
The lift could carry 200 skiers at a time.
The chairlift, on the resort's upper slopes at an altitude of nearly
10,000 feet, was new and opened.just two.w Mks ago.
EXTRAS
Mona Lisa, Mona Lisa,
men have maimed you
CHICAGO - A computer analysis of the Mona Lisa shows that
Leonardo Da Vinci originally painted her wearing a necklace and that
an art restorer obliterated a distant mountain range beside her, a
scientist says.
"After more than 450 years of deterioration, the image of the lady
is barely a soiled caricature of the original," John Asmus of the
University of California in San Diego said at the annual meeting of
the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
His analysis, in which a computer was used to reveal hidden details
in a high-resolution photograph of the masterpiece, revealed a row of
dots on Mona Lisa's neck, suggesting she once wore a necklace.
The famous smile has also been reshaped slightly by art restorers.

A physician proposed last month that Mona Lisa may have suffered
from bell's palsy, an uncommon condition resulting in paralysis of
one side of the face - and perhaps the unusual smile.
Asmus challenges the assertion. "We don't have the mouth
Leonardo drew, so I don't think you can say it's Bell's palsey."
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