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groups say


O.J. Anderson does his impersonation of Bo during a benefit
concert to aid the homeless last Friday. Lana Pollack emceed
the show.
Court delays
streak sentencing
BY MONICA SMITH thing to say," he said yesterday.
Sentencing for four University Baron, Goldberg, and Nelson were
students who streaked through a unavailable for comment.
sorority house last November was The four, all members of Zeta
postponed Friday until Jan, 17 by Beta Tau fraternity, were charged
15th District Court Judge S. J. El- with disorderly conduct for running
den. naked through the Gamma Phi Beta

The Michigan Mandate has suc-
cessfully increased minority student
enrollment and minority faculty re-
cruitment this term, University
President James Duderstadt told the
University's Board of Regents in
But representatives from minority
campus groups are concerned that the
highly touted plan to increase racial
and ethnic diversity on campus has
not done enough.
Total minority enrollment cited
in the Michigan Mandate for fall,
1988 is at 15.4 percent or 4,991
students; with 2,011 Blacks enrolled,
824 Hispanics, 2,024 Asian Ameri-
cans, and 132 Native Americans.
In 1986-87, total minority en-
rollment was at 12.7 percent; with
1,674 Blacks enrolled for fall of
1986, 621 Hispanics, 1,557 Asian
Americans, and 133 Native Ameri-
cans, according to the Affirmative
Action Report.
Statistics for fall, 1987 were not
available yesterday.
Thus, while overall minority en-
rollment has increased, the number
of Native American students has de-
creased by one.
"[University Native American
groups] and the administration have
discussed the need to increase the
Native American population at the
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University of Michigan," said
Melissa Lopez, a member of the
Native American Student Associa-
tion and the Michigan Student As-
sembly's Minority Affairs Commit-
"We hope that the University will
expand its efforts in recruiting and
most importantly retaining the Na-
tive American students as well as
increasing the number of Native
American faculty," she said.
Barbara Ransby, spokesperson for
United Coalition Against Racism,
also voiced a need for more expan-
sive university efforts.
"The goal the University set in
1970 was 12 percent Black enroll-
ment, comparable to the Black
population in the country," she said.
"At this point, they are still only
half way toward that goal. It [6.2
percent Black enrollment] seems to
be a rather modest accomplishment
and nothing they should pat them-
selves on the back for."
Vice-Provost for Minority Affairs
Charles Moody admitted that the
University does have a long way to
go. "It's not going to happen
overnight. But because it is going to
take time it doesn't give us a license
to do nothing. We have to keep
working," Moody said.
According to the Mandate, 19
Black faculty and 11 Asian American

ist do
members were hired for last term.
Despite three offers made, no His-
panic faculty were hired last fall.
And although three minority faculty
left their positions during the past
year, that attrition rate is roughly
half the normal rate. Native Ameri-
can minority faculty recruitment
figures are not listed.
"The fact that there has been zero
Hispanic faculty recruited gives us
great cause for concern," said LSA
sophomore Grecia Souffront, an of-
ficer of the Socially Active Latino
Students Association.









Despite the 11 new Asian
American faculty members, Asian
American Association member Mike
Wang, an LSA senior, said the lack
of tenured minority professors re-
mains a big issue.
Regent Paul Brown (D-Petoskey)
said he is pleased with Duderstadt's
plan. "I think it's [the Michigan
Mandate] is an excellent start, and
we will continue our emphasis on
our programs," he said. "This year
was a good year. There has to be
some caution... we have to keep r-
viewing and modifying our programs."


133 132



Douglas Mullkoff, attorney for
the defendants, said sentencing was
postponed because one of the four,
Scott Goldberg, underwent dental
surgery and was r table to complete
a required pre-sentence interview by
the court's probation department or
to attend sentencing.
The four first-year students
pleaded no contest to disorderly con-
duct charges during their arraignment
Dec. 14. Elden informed them that
the plea would be treated as a plea of
guilty and that themaximum pun-
ishment for a disorderly conduct
conviction is 90 days in jail and/or a
fine of up to $IlOQ.
The names of the students were
not released until their arraignment.
The three who accompanied Gold-
berg were identified as Aaron Axel,
Richard Nelson and Jeffrey Baron.
When the four were apprehended by
police in a nearby parking lot fol-
lowing the incident, they all gave
false names, which delayed action on
the case while police attempted to
uncover their identities.
Axel refused comment on a pos-
* sible sentence for him and his co-de-
"I don't think there is really any-

sorority during the early morning of
Nov. 29. A sorority member told
police one of the men entered her
room and asked her to sign her name
on his buttocks.
The sentencing date had been pre-
viously changed from Dec. 30 to
Jan. 6 when Mullkoff informed the
judge that the original date would
fall over Christmas break, which the
students had planned to spend at

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The Calendar
of The University of Michigan

The calendar combines meeting, lecture, workshop, and conference announcements
with other events happening each week on campus. It is based on The University Record
calendar, and is open to all University sponsored groups and organizations recognized
by the Michigan Student Assembly. Items must be submitted in writing by 5 p.m. the
Tuesday before publication. Address all information to: Marcia Bennett, publications
assistant, University Record, 412 Maynard St. Asterisk (*) denotes events to which
admission is charged.
Canterbury House--Lesbian-gay male community open house, 8:45 pm, 218' N
Division. 665-0606.
*ICLE--Course, "1988 Advanced Estate Planning Institute," 9 am-5 pm, 1020 Greene
St. Reg req. 764-0533.
*Univ Musical Soc--Concert, K Battle, 8 pm, Hill Aud. 764-2538.
Motherwell Maternity Fitness--Classes beg, 5:30 & 7:30 pm, Hosp Amphi
Lobby. 936-5186.
Women's Research Club--Mtg, S Payton, "Why Roe v Wade Was A Conservative
Opinion," 7:45 pm, Rackham W Conf Rm.
*HRD-'Aerobics classes beg, 5:15-6:15 pm, Sdt Thtre Arts Complex, 764-7410.
Hosp Volunteers--Volunteer Info Mtg, 7-8 pm, Hosp Amphi. 936-4327.
*Faculty Women's Club--Buffet Lunch & Lec, A Hannan, "Symbolic Uses of
Plants in' Western Art," 11:30 am-1 pm, Mich League Mich Rm. Res req, 665-
Ctr Near East & N African Stds--Brown-Bag Video, "The City Victorious,"
nooni, Lane Hall Commons; Film, Lawrence Of Arabia Pt 1, 7 pm, Lane Hall
Commons. 764-0350.
Career Plan & Place--Wkshp, "Intro to Career Planning & Placement," 1:30-2
pm, 3200 SAB Lib. 764-7460.
Leshian & Gav Rights Organizing Committee (LAGROC--Mtg. 8 pm.

'Len Buddhist Temple--Yoga & breathing class, 9:30-11 am, 1214 Packard Rd.
Men's Campus Club--Social for gay & bisexual male sdts, 9-11 pm, E Law Quad N
Section Cook Rm. 763-4186.
Psychiatry--Conf, M Fink, "Antagonism of Psychosis & Epilepsy: A Theory
Revisited," 10:30 am, Child & Adoles Psych Hosp Aud; Sem, "Neuroendocrines &
Convulsive Therapy," 2:30 pm, MHRI Waggoner Conf Rm, 764-9527.
*ICLE--Course, "Vital Skills for the Legal Secretary & Receptionist," 9 am-4 pm,
1020 Greene St. Reg req. 764-0533.
*HRD--Brown-bag lunch for single parents, L Carbeck, "Dating & Relationships,"
noon-1 pm, Mich League Conf Rm 6. Reg req. 764-7410.
Ctr Russian & E Europ Stds--Brown-Bag Lec, M Jarrett, "Fellowship Aid at The
University of Michigan," noon, Lane Hall Commons. 764-0351.
U-M Dearborn--Film, Roger Rabbit, 7:30 pm, Rec & Organiz Ctr, 593-5390.
Career Plan & Place--Wkshp, "Intro to Career Planning & Placement," 2:30-3
pm, 3200 SAB Lib; Job Search Lec, 4:10-5:30 pm, 3200 SAB Rm 1; On-Campus
Recruiting Prog Info Session, 5:10-6:30 pm, Angell Aud B, 764-7460.
U-M Flint--Bring or buy lunch for "Jazz with 166 West," 11:30 am-1:30 pm, Univ
Ctr Brewery; *Film, Maurice, 7:30 pm, Univ r Kiva; Lee, Greenpeace, "Peace on
Earth," 7 pm, Univ Ctr Mich Rm D. 762-3431.
*Zen Buddhist Temple--Intro Zen Meditation, S L Murray & V S Sunim, 6:30-
8:30 pm, 1214 Packard Rd. Reg req. 761-6520.
*Mich League--Intl Night, China, 4:30-7:30 pm, League Buffet.
Arch & Urban Plan--Lec, G Birkerts, "The Organic Does Not Deconstruct," 7:30
pm, Chrysler Aud. 764-1315.
Visiting Writers Series/Visiting Professors Prog--Fiction Read, A
Young, 5 pm, Rackham E Conf Rm.

Arts & Progs--Music At Mid-Day, R Knapp & T Wyman, 12:15 pm, Pendleton Rm.
CSST--Brown-Bag Lec, G Clark, "Constructing A Traditional Economic Institution:
Market Traders as Africans, Asantes & Women," noon, 4051 LSA.
Career Plan & Place--Interviewing Lec, 3:30-5 pm, 1006 Dow; Employer
Presentation: Aetna Life & Casualty, 5-6 pm, 3200 SAB Conf Rm. 764-7460.
U-M Flint--Bring or buy lunch for movie, 11:30 am-1:30 pm, Univ Ctr Brewery;-
Booked for lunch series, T Samek, "The Closing of the American Mind: How Has..
Higher Education Failed Democracy & Impoverished the .Souls of Today's.
Student," 12:15 pm, Univ Ctr Superior Rm; *Film, Die hard, 7 & 9:15 pm, Univ
Ctr Kiva. 762-3431.
Vision Training Prog--Sem, D Swift, "Concept of a Natural Referent in-
Separation & Orientation Discrimination," noon-1:15 pm, 2055 MHRI.
Kelsey Mus--Lec, J Eadie, "Frankencense & Myrrh," 8 pm, Angell Hall Aud B. 763-'
*Women's Athletics--Basketball, Ohio, 7:30 pm, Crisler Arena, 763-2159.
Sch Educ--Colloquium, K Anderson-Levitt, "What Anthropology Brings to the Study
of Education," 3:15 pm, 1211 Sch Educ.
*U-M Flint--Film, Die Hard, 7 & 9:15 pm, Univ Ctr Kiva. 762-3431.
*AAFC--Film, The Festival of Animation, 8:40 & 10:20 pm, MLB 3, 769-7787.
Ctr South & Southeast Asian Stds--Brown-Bag Lec, Onghokham, "Traditional
Conceptions of Corruption in Indonesia," noon, Lane Hall Commons.
Intercoll Athlet--Ice Hockey, U-M vs Bowling Green, 7:30 pm, Yost Ice Arena.
*Exhib Mus Planetarium--Shows: "Star Talk," 10:30 & 11:30 am; "First Light--
The Space Telescope Story," 2, 3 & 4 pm, Exhib Mus 4th fl, comer Geddes-
Washtenaw. 764-0478.
*Univ Musical Soc--Klezmer Conservatory Band, 8 pm, Power Ctr, 764-2538.
Women's Athletics--Indoor Track, Mich Rekays, 10:30 am, Track & Tennis Bldg.
*AAFC--Films, Gates of Heaven, 7 & 10 pm; Poto & Cabengo, 8:40 pm, MLB 4.

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