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Page 2-The Michigan Daily-Wednesday, November 14, 1990

ELECTIONS
Continued from page 1
and Library Science. Ballots will be
available for students in those
schools to vote for a write-in candi-
date. If no one wins the seat, the
schools' governments can fill the
positions.
Students can cast their ballots at
any of the 24 poll sites open today.
Thirteen sites will be open for voting
tomorrow.

When they cast their ballots in
the MSA election, students in the
School of Engineering, LSA, and
Rackham will also vote for represen-
tatives to their individual school
governments.
The campaign has seen very little
controversy in comparison to past
years..
"Although the parties would dis-
pute me, the campaign has been
fairly clean," Fugate said.

Last week Action took the Con-
servative Coalition (CC) to Election
Court on charges of libel in cam-
paign posters. CC was cleared of the
charges.
Also last week, CC candidate and
former MSA president Aaron
Williams was removed from the bal-
lot because he is not a registered
student.

MICHIGAMUA
Continued from page 1
Melissa Burke, an LSA rep.,
spoke in favor of Michigamua.
"Based on what I've heard, there's an

agreement and it's being kept."
"I'll go on record to say that
Michigamua has not breached the
contract in any way, shape, or
form," Murphy said.
"I feel raped by MSA. I was a

victim of their (Michigamua's) dis-
crimination and I have the right to
face the offenders and to get justice. I
feel that right was just taken away
from me," Lopez said after the
assembly voted.

MARKLEY
Continued from page 1
somewhere within the loop. The
whereabouts of the source of the wa-
ter colorization are unknown, said
SanFacon.
He guessed that work is being
done on somewhere on the system
and some pipes are being valved off.
This causes a "backwash effect," and

allows the water to pick up pipe
residue.
Water colorization has not been
limited to Markley.
SanFacon, said he noticed that red
water was emanating from a CCRB
faucet while attempting to brush his
teeth.
Before the source of the water
colorization is pinpointed, the pipes
will be filtered. SanFacon said, "It

takes a while to track down the
source, and even if we found it,
we're not sure we could do anything
about it."
Not all Markley inhabitants were
affected by the water problem.
Emmett Tse, an LSA first-year-stu-
dent, said, "I saw a little bit of red
early in the year, but I haven't seen
it since."

Assembly
Attendance
The following Michigan Student Assembly
members were present for opening and
closing roll call at last nights meeting:
Stephanie Andelman (LSA)
Matt Benson (Business)
Melissa Burke (LSA)
Angie Burks (LSA)
Sreenivas Cherukuri (Engin)
Scott Chu pack (Engin.)
Paula Church (LSA)
Jennifer Dykema (LSA)
Jeff Gauthier (Rackham)
Steven Kahl (Bus.)
Steve Kop pelman (LSA)
Aberdeen Marsh (LSA)
Liz Moldenhauer (Art)
Susan Richey (Pharmacy)
Rob Reilly (LSA)
Joe Sciarotta ( LSA)
Lisa Schwartzman (LSA)
Jonathan Uy (Med.)
Jennifer Van Valey (LSA)
Hunter Van Valkenburgh
(LSA)
The following Michigan Student Assembly
members were absent for either opening or
closing roll call at last night's meeting:
Mary Aitken (Nat Res)
Amy Arnett (LSA)
Tony Barkow (LSA)
Stephanie Brown (Nurs.)
Lynn Chia (LSA)
Bill Cosnowski (Engin)
Corey Dolgon (Rac kham)
Charles Dudley (LSA)
Brian Johnson (Engin)
Michael Kline(Rackham)
John Lapins (Architecture)
Mike Marderosian (Dentistry)
Steven McKelvey (Lib. Sci.)
Ken Miller (Rackham)
David Nacht (Law)
Paul Oppedisano (Pub. Health)
Marci Powers (Ed.)
Sundar Ramasamy (Med.)
Peter Speer (Business)
Alene Taub (Music)
Tun Thwin (Rackham)
Aaron Williams (Engin)

MOSCOW (AP) - In a major
step towards ending the paralysis of
power in the Soviet Union, Russian
President Boris Yeltsin said yester-
day he and Soviet President Mikhail
Gorbachev have agreed to divide au-
thority between the central govern-
ment and his Russian federation.
The two agreed to appoint com-
missions of their Cabinet ministers
to allocate the authority and property
of the national government and the
Russian parliament, which emerged
as a rival for power after Yeltsin was
elected to the newly created post of
Russian president in June.
"Russia has chosen its path and
is on its way," Yeltsin told Russia's
parliament in the most detailed ac-
count yet of his watershed four-hour
meeting with the president on Sun-
day.
During the meeting, as recounted
by Yeltsin, Gorbachev made major
concessions to arrest the disintegra-
tion of the Soviet Union, made up
of 15 republics, most of them
restive as they yearn for more inde-
pendence.
"We are starting the process that
should have started after we passed
our declaration" of Russian
sovereignty in June, Yeltsin said.
Gorbachev has issued no detailed
public comment on the meeting
Sunday, although he did tell senior
military officers yesterday that after a
"substantive exchange" with Yeltsin,
"I am confident that both the center
and the Russian leadership will act
in a spirit meeting the interests of

Soviets, Russians
to divide powers_

our multinational state and all i
peoples," the state news agency Tass
reported.
'Gorbachev did not comment on
the strongest claim by Yeltsin, that
the Soviet president had agreed to "a
new system of state power: the for-
mation of a coalition government of
national unity in which the candi-
dates for several posts would be pro
posed by the Russian parliament."
In the Russian legislature,
Yeltsin was greeted with laughter
and applause when he said he "did
not ask for many posts, just three -
prime minister, defense and fi-
nances," jobs that form the crux of
Soviet power.
Gorbachev's representative Vitaly
Ignatenko said he did not believ
Yeltsin's comments on a coalitiob
government signalled the end of the
government of Soviet Prime Minis-
ter Nikolai Ryzhkov, who has advo-
cated a go-slow policy toward eco-
nomic reform.
Yeltsin said Gorbachev agreed to
cede to Russia some elements of the
KGB security police, to give the
Russian government a voice in mili-
tary reforms, and to share million*
of dollars the German government is
paying Moscow to aid the repatria-
tion of Soviet troops.
Yeltsin said he and Gorbachev
agreed the commissions would work
in parallel with negotiations on a
new union treaty, which Gorbachev
is pushing to replace a 1924 docu-
ment that formed republics into the
Soviet Union.

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MSA ELECTIONS
with
LSA Student Government Elections
Engineering Student Government Elections
Rackham Student Government Elections
November 14th & 15th
POLL SITE HOURS

by Jennifer Hirl
Daily Staff Reporter
The Michigan Economic Society
will be distributing 11,500 copies
of the Student Telephone Directory,
free of charge, Thursday from 10
a.m. to 3 p.m. at various locations
around campus. To obtain a
directory, students must present their
student IDs.
The student directory contains
University students' school phone

numbers and school and home ad-
dresses. The student guide will also
serve as an information guide with
University maps, residence halls and
library phone numbers, an academic
calendar, and emergency phone num-
bers.
On Friday the directories can be
purchased for $3.50 at the Board
Office on the second floor of the
Student Publications Building.

Look for the directories Thursday
at the following locations:
Corner of State St. and North
University
Corner of South University
and East University
The Diag
N. Campus Commons Bus

Stop

Front of the Union

EECS
DOW
Union
Fishbowl
MLB
Frieze
School of Ed
E. Engineering
Public Health
Music
Law
Dentistry
UGLI
Couzens
Mo-Jo
Markley
S. Quad
W. Quad
E. Quad
Bursley
Grad
Med. School
Business
Rackham

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Nov.14
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Paid for by MSA, 3909 Union

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