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The Michigan Daily-Monday, November 23, 1987- Page 5

Photo story by John Munson Photos by John Munson
During every football game, airplanes towing banners which range from "Domino's Pizza Delivers" to "Will
You Marry Me?" circle Michigan Stadium. "We've had over 100 marriage proposals and have a 100 percent
success rate," said Gary West, owner of Gary's Banners, which operates five airplanes during every
Wolverine home game. He said that approximately 10 to 15 percent of the messages are personals (top), and
that anyone connected with the University of Michigan gets a special discount'off the usual $175 per flight rate.
Co-owner Chip Wood, (above) spreads out the banners on the ground for the pilots to pick up with a hook at-
tached to the tail of the airplane as they take-off. As soon as the hook catches, the pilot pulls into a steep, full-
power climb (left) and heads for the stadium to spread the word to over 100,000 baseball fans.

Regents request review of litigation

WANT MOR E
THAN A
DESK JOB?

(Coninued from Page 1)
litigation - charges $175 per hour,
including the time it takes him to
drive to Ann Arbor from his Detroit
office.
Nielsen said he thought local
lawyers could handle the case at a
lower cost.
John Ketelhut, the University at-
torney who decided to hire legal
counsel for the women, said last
week that the University's decision
stemmed from a campaign sponsored
by the Affirmative Action Office to
"Tell Someone" about sexual ha-
rassment.
Ketelhut declined to comment on
Nielsen's request.
The action, Ketelhut said, marks
the first time the University has paid
for legal representation of students.
Man stabs six
inside church
FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) -
A man attending a Roman Catholic
Mass suddenly walked down the aisle
brandishing a knife and stabbed at
least six other worshippers before
being wounded with his own knife
when he was being subdued, police
said.

Julie Steiner, director of the Uni-
versity's Sexual Assault Prevention
and Awareness Center, said reneging
on the decision to represent the
women - which she feared could
happen as a result of the review -
would send a "frightening message".
to victims of sexual assault or ha-
rassment.
Such a decision, she said, would
deter women from reporting harass-
ment to the University officials. "We
have a responsibility to represent
these people," she said, adding that
the University would not have de-
cided to represent the women without
believing they were innocent of the
slander charge.
But Regent Nielsen, calling the
suit "a very simple matter," said,
"We don't have any business being

involved in legal matters of private
individuals."
Philip Power (D-Ann Arbor),
speaking in favor of the review, said
the University should set a policy on
representing students because admin-
istrators have set a precedent with
this decision. Power predicted the
University will increasingly find it-
self representing students in similar
situations.
Daily staffer Lisa Pollak con-
tributed to this story.

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