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Students
begin fall
campaign
for MSA

(Continued from Page 1)
the plan, half the assembly will be
elected in the fail and the other half
in the winter - all representatives
serving one-year terms, so there will
be some degree of overlapping.
President and vice president are
elected in the spring.
In this way, problems caused by a
complete turnover of the assembly,
as was the case in the past, will be
avoided.
"MSA's most glaring structural

problem is a lack of continuity,"
said Rackham representative Bruce
Belcher in an article at the time.
"Each year, about 90 percent of
the representatives are new," Belcher
wrote. "It takes several months for
the new members to learn about
MSA. In the meantime, MSA is not
able to accomplish very much..."
To enact this change, half the
assembly members who were elected
in the winter of 1986 were given
eighteen-month terms, and it is their

seats that are up this term.
Long-time campus politicos such
as LSA seniors Ed Kraus, David
Newblatt, Mike Margolis, and
Rackham graduate student Belcher
will be leaving the assembly after
the elections later this month. The
flushing-out of many of the old
guard will not "have a real bad
effect," said Kraus who will be
stepping down as a representative
after two-and-a-half years of service.

The Michigan Daily-Tuesday, November 3, 1987- Page 5
Texaco loses in
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Group protests
(CmanuedPfrom Passl) stop the selecti
addressed the crowd. laws against hom
"We want to draw vast attention Ann Arbor C
from the community, which may be Jeff Epton (D-
sleeping on this issue," said HAC yesterday that f
co-initiator John-Michael Jones. acting was due t
HAC demands include: members of the
- The immediate opening of a day much municipal
shelter for the homeless to replace given to the hom
the original one, which was closed Epton said tha
by the city Sept. 10; discuss the HAC
- The establishment of a union of within the next m
the Ann Arbor homeless to monitor Speakers atd
the actions of the Ann A r b o r upon the Univers
Homeless Shelter Organization; the situation, su
.$150,000 from the government vacant old Uni
of Ann Arbor for the foundation of a building be us
Human Restoration Center to treat homeless shelter
the mental, emotional, and physical plan to demoli
damage caused by homelessness; summer.
- The establishment of policies to Following th

harassment of homeless

AUSTIN (AP) - The Texas
Supreme Court yesterday upheld a
lower court decision ordering Texaco
Inc. to pay $11.1 billion to Penzoil
Co. for interfering in a planned mer-
ger of Penzoil and Getty Oil Co.,
The 1985 jury award, which also
was upheld by the state's First Court
of Appeals in Houston, is the largest
in the nation's history.
The justices issued yesterday's
ruling without comment, only say-
ing there was no reversible error in a
Houston Court of Appeals decision.
To appeal the lower court de-

cisions, Texaco had been ordered to
post reorganization under Chapter 11
of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code.
"We are not surprised that the
Supreme Court has decided not to
grant further review of Penzoil's
judgment against Texaco," saiid Pen-
zoil spokesperson Bob Harper. "This
decision, we think, is amply sup-
ported by the record in the case and
by the applicable laws."
Texaco could ask the Texas Su-
preme Court to reconsider its deci-
sion, but company president James
Kinnear said Texaco would go di-
rectly to the U.S. Supreme Court.

ve use of trespass
neless people.
ity Councilmember
Third Ward) said
the city's delay in
o a standoff between
council about how
support should be
eless programs.
at the council should
demands "sometime
meeting or two."
the rally also called
sity to help alleviate
uggesting that the
iversity Hospital
ed as a emergency
. University officials
ish Old Main this
he Diag rally, about

25 of the protesters marched through
the Michigan League.
"We're going to take them out of
their dream world for a while," said
Jones.
Michigan League Manager
Patricia Lawson said yesterday that
having people arrested for trespassing
is not the policy of the Michigan
League and that the police may have
been called by the security staff.
"That was a police procedure that
had nothing to do with us," Lawson
said. Although she said that she
could not recall the incident, she said,
normally the trespasser would simply
be asked to leave.
The group then staged a similar
demonstration inside the downtown
branch of Great Lakes Federal
Savings to protest the bank's role in
the closing of the former Ann Arbor
day shelter, a house on S. Division
near Washington which the bank had
leased to the Ann Arbor Homeless

Shelter Association.
James Patterson, vice-president of
corporate communications for Great
Lakes Federal Savings said yesterday
that the bank originally leased the
building to the Ann Arbor Homeless
Shelter Association with the
understanding that the lease would
end June 20, by which time the
organization would have found a new
building.
After the bank protest, the group
marched outside Ann Arbor City Hall
for approximately 15 minutes.
The closing of the shelter
displaced about 50 regular visitors,
said HAC member Daphna Boros, an
LSA junior.
Carmouche and Jones, a former
homeless person from Berkeley,
Cal., founded HAC about six weeks
ago in response to the closing of the
day shelter.

JOSTENS
GOLD RING SALE
IS COMING! _

Writer- addresses students
for Black Solidarity Day

Which

One?

(Continued from Page 3)
plan voting strategies.
Echoing the views of many
people in the audience, Chris Jones,
Treasurer of the BSU and School of
Business Administration junior,

described Baraka as being a very
"dynamic and inspiring speaker."
Concluding, Baraka said Blacks
are going through a transition and
reorganizing after the Reagan era and
against "white supremacy."

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