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K ELLY and Bill," said Parnes.
Continued from page 1 years of experience as a teacher to
nected to lots of people. What will Kelly's main concern, however, work on behalf of my peers," Kelly,
continue is his reaching out to dif- remainsd personal.y'sstaf a
ferent departments at the University. "This will probably be my last who joined the University's staff as
There will be a two way communi- job at the University and I really see a geology professor in 1956, said.

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economic growth

Assembly
Attendance
The following Michigan Student Assembly
members were present for opening and
closing roll callat last night's meeting:

Calvin and Hobbes

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WASHINGTON (AP) - The
U.S. economy grew at a faster-than-
expected 1.8 percent rate in the third
quarter, the government said yester-
day, but the report failed to dissuade
many analysts who believe the
economy is entering a recession.
The Commerce Department re-
port on the gross national product
showed that consumers buying cars
and other items had continued to
drive the longest peacetime eco-
nomic expansion in U.S. history
through September. Whether the ex-
pansion reaches its eighth anniver-
sary in November was a matter of
debate.
"This release contradicts those
who believe we are in a recession or
are about to enter one," Commerce

Undersecretary Michael R. Darby
told reporters. "We expect the econ-
omy to continue to expand at a mod-
est pace for the remainder of the year
and in 1991."
"I believe we're in a recession,"
said economist Bruce Steinberg of
Merrill Lynch Capital Markets in
New York. "I think that most of the
things showing strength in the third
quarter will be weak in the fourth,
particularly consumer spending."
Robert G. Dederick, chief
economist for the Northern Trust
Co. in Chicago, also believes the
economy is declining this quarter.
He contended that much of the GNP
strength "was concentrated early in
the quarter."

Stephanie Andelman (LSA)
Amy Arnett (LSA)
Melissa Burke (LSA)
Angie Burks (LSA)
Lynn Chia (LSA)
Scott Chupack (En in.)
Paula Church (LSA)
Bill Cosnowski (Engin.)
Corey Dolgon (Rackham)
Jennifer Dykema (LSA)
Brian Johnson (Engin.)
Steven Kahl (Bus.)
Steve Koppelman (LSA)
Liz Moldenhauer (Art)
Lisa Schwartzman (LSA)
Peter Speer (Bus.)
Tun Thwin (Rackham)
Jennifer Van Valey (LSA)
Aaron Williams (Engin.)

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MSA elects ERC chair

by Julie Foster
Daily Staff Reporter

The Michigan Student Assembly
(MSA) elected engineering sopho-
more Bill Cosnowski chair of its
External Relations Committee at
last night's meeting.
Cosnowski was a member of the
committee and takes over the posi-
tion left vacant by former chair
Stephanie Simon, an LSA junior,
who resigned Oct. 2 for academic
reasons.
The ERC lobbies at the state and
federal level of government for edu-
cational issues such as lower tuition
and increased financial aid.
ERC Vice Chair Tony Barkow
nominated Cosnowski, the only can-
didate for the position.
"I think it is vital that the person

who is chair has had experience, (on
the committee)," he said.
Cosnowski said he plans to create
"an MTS conference between the
state legislators and our congres-
sional members so students can
voice their concerns directly."
Both Barkow and Cosnowski said
MSA President Jennifer Van Valey
neglected the importance of electing
a committee chair earlier.
"Somehow the (last) meeting had
been adjourned before we got to it
(the election)," Barkow said.
Cosnowski said Van Valey de-
layed his election because of ideolog-
ical differences between the two.
Van Valey denied the allegations.
"I think the ERC does good work. It
has nothing to do with Bill ideologi-
cally. It was an oversight."

The following Michigan Student Assembly
members were absent for either opening or,
closing roll call at last night's meeting:
Mary Aitken (Nat. Res.)
Eric Baumann (Rackham)
Matt Benson (Bus.)
Stephanie Brown (Nurs.)
Sreenivas Cherukuri (Engin.)
Jeff Gauthier (Rackham)
Gene Kavnatsky (Rackham)
Michael Kline (Rackham)
Jason Krumholtz (LSA) -
John Lapins (Architecture)
Mike Marderosian (Dentistry)
Aberdeen Marsh (LSA)
Steven McKelvey (Lib. Sci.)
Ken Miller (Rack ham)
David Nacht (Law)
Paul Oppedisano (Pub. Health)
Marci Powers (Ed.)
Sundar Ramasamy (Med.)
Rob Reilly (LSA)
Susan Richey (Pharmacy)
Joe Scirotta (LSA)
Jim Slavin (LSA)
Alene Taub (Music)
Jonathan Uy (Med.)
Hunter Van Valkenburgh (LSA)

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for a military offensive.
Secretary of State James Baker on
Saturday will begin a weeklong visit
to Arab and European countries to
consult on future steps in the gulf,
officials said. The visit will include
a meeting with Soviet Foreign
Minister Eduard Shevardnadze.
Asked about the potential for a

U.S military strike, White House
spokesperson Marlin Fitzwater said;
"As these things unfold, of course,
there are always scenarios for action
that have to be considered...but there
is no timetable for action."
Fitzwater sought to dampen fears
that fighting was imminent. "The
attitude at the meeting was "play it
down-be calm," he said.
Saddam summoned his military
commanders to a meeting in Baghdad

LEVIN
Continued from page 1
portance of the individual student
vote and action. "You have the
opportunity to force a change in the
priorities of this country," he said.
Levin spoke of recent environ-
mental laws in which he had a part,
such as a law cleaning up 40 toxic
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invites students of all majors
to a presentation on
Opportunities in Investment Banking
Thursday, November 1,1990
Pendleton Room
Michigan Union
7:00-9:00 P.M.
Representatives of Morgan Stanley will be present
to discuss:
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Contact the Career Planning & Placement Office or the

waste hot spots in the Great Lakes,
and a law designating protected
wilderness areas in Michigan.
LSA junior Dana Miller student
co-cooridinator for the Levin cam-
paign on campus was very pleased
with the turnout, "Levin's chances
for election are looking really good,"
she said, "Our biggest fear is that
people will stay home (on election
day) because they think his lead is
great."
SPOOKS
Continued from page 1
First-year LSA student and East
Quad resident Jun Pangilinan is tak-
ing part in the festivities. He said "I
thought it'd be nice to watch the
kids Trick-or-Treating since I'm no
longer doing it myself." His inten-
tions are less than noble, however,
as he added, "Besides, I get to keep
the candy left-overs."
Music enthusiasts eagerly await
the School of Music's annual
Halloween Concert tonight. The fun
is slated to begin at 9 p.m. as the
University Philharmonic Orchestra
performs skits and ensembles before
a sold-out audience at Hill
Auditorium. Free tickets were dis-

to complete "preparations for urban
warfare and necessary measures to be
taken in the event of combat in
(Kuwait)," the Iraqi News Agency
reported.
"We must be prepared with a
that God has given us of potential
thwart perfidious intentions by the
United States and its allies to launch
an attack in the next few days," the
report quoted Saddam as saying.
"I think that he is an honest, in-
telligent, integral part of the Senate.
It is very important that we maintain
his position in the Senate," sai-
LSA Senior and College Democr4.
member Susan Langnas.
"I wanted to hear Levin because
you hear a lot of stuff about politics
being shallow. I wanted to hear what
kind of speech he would give.. it
was a good one," said LSA sopho-
more Dave Appel.
tributed within two hours of avail-
ability weeks ago.
"It should be really fun," sai
School of Music sophomore Jennifer
Fari Ansel. "Everyone, including
some of the audience, comes dressed
in costumes. Some of the sections
are coming as a group. I'm excited
to see the flutes in their ZZ Top
skit."
Yet, amidst the fun, the envi-
ronmental concerns of the 1990's ar
not forgotten. LSA senior Elizabe
Steel said "the weirdest costume At
East Quad's Halloween Thang would
have to be the guy who came dressed
in non-recycable plastic."
It must have been a scary sight to
behold.

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