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Page 2- The Michigan Daily -Wednesday, November 28, 1990
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ENNETI SMUOLLEM/ally
"This (campus deputization) is about stifling dissent," said Simon
Glickman, an English dept. faculty member, at the forum on campus
safety issues last night.

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students to have some input" or
else "they will protest," said LSA
senior Andrew Stock. University
President James Duderstadt "seems
to claim the actions of a few re-
gents are more representative than
(those) of the students," Stock
added.
When asked under what condi-
tions Duderstadt would change his
mind about the deputization issue,
Swain said she could not speak for
him.

Students who were scheduled for
speakers' time, which was to be
held in the Union, were turned away
at the meeting.
The oversight committee for the
deputization process was also dis-
cussed. The committee, another
recommendation of the task force,
will see "how the deputization
force is working or not, as the case
may be," Swain said.
Four. students, four faculty
members and four administrators
will sit on the committee. Swain
said Provost and Vice President for
Academic Affairs Gilbert Whitaker
is soliciting nominations for the
committee.
By the end of the forum, Swain
said she was not persuaded by any
of the anti-deputization arguments.
"I'm quite pleased with the
turnout and the way in which the
meeting went," Swain said at the
end. "I will take back what I have
heard this evening,"
The second forum will be held
Thursday evening at Stockwell resi-
dence hall.

Assembly
Attendance
The following Michigan Student Assembly
members were present for opening and
closing roll call at last nights meeting:
Mary Aitken (Nat Res)
*William Andrew (Phys Ed)
Matt Benson (Business)
Angie Burks (LSA)
Sreenivas Cherukuri (Engin)
Scott Chupack (Engin.)
Bill Cosnowski (Engin)
*Timothy Darr (Rackham)
*Julie Davies (LSA)
Jennifer Dykema (LSA)
Jeff Gauthier (Rackham)
*Joy Goldberg (LSA)
*James Green (LSA)
Brian Johnson (Engin)
*Andrew Kanfer (Business)
*Brian Kight (Engin)
Steve Koppelman (LSA)
*Megan Landers (LSA)
*Mark LePage (Med)
*Johnathan Line (LSA)
Aberdeen Marsh (LSA)
Liz Moldenhauer (Art)
*Gregory Morrison (LSA)
*Jonathan Naatjes (Music)
Paul Oppedisano (Pub.
Health)
Rob Reilly (LSA)
Lisa Schwartzman (LSA)
Joe Sciarrotta (LSA)
*Elissa Silverman (LSA)
*Jennifer Starrman (Engin)
Jonathan Uy (Med.)
Jennifer Van Valey (LSA)
*Kim Watson (LSA)
*Brett White (LSA)
The following Michigan Student Assembly
members were absent for either opening or
closing roll call at lastnighf's meeting:
Stephanie Andelman (LSA)
Amy Arnett (LSA)
Tony Barkow (LSA)
*Deborah Billings (Rackham)
Stephanie Brown (Nurs.)
Me lissa Burke (LSA)
Lynn Chia (LSA)
Paula Church (LSA)
Corey Dolgon (Rackham)
Charles Dudley (LSA)
*Marilyn Freeman (Soc Work)
Steven Kahl (Business)
Michael Kline (Rackham)
John Lapins (Architecture)
Mike Marderosian (Dentistry)
Steven McKelvey (Lib. Sci.)
Ken Miller (Rackham)
* Pedro Pedilla (Lib SOi
Marci Powers (Ed.)
Sundar Ramasamy (Med.)
Susan Richey (Pharmacy)
*Christa Sinz (Ed)
Peter Speer (Business)
Alene Taub (Music)
Tun Thwin (Rackham)
Hunter VanValkenburgh (LSA)
Aaron Williams (Engin)
* Denotes new assembly
members who were to
take their seats at last
night's meeting.

COALITION poor and not for war;
an end to anti-Arab racism and
Continued from page 1 anti-Semitism;
for the following: decreased U.S. dependence on
U.S. troops stationed in the Middle Eastern oil;
Gulf to be brought home; an end to military research at
n a diplomatic settlement of con- the University;
flicts in the Middle East; the ending of the blockade of
tax dollars to be used for the food and medicine to Iraq;

and the support of military re*
sisters.
"We are a coalition... we see our-
selves as bringing together all the of
activists and concerned students and
people who want to organize and feel
concerned...angry, scared, or don't
know," said coalition member Betsy
Esch, a former University student.

Report says 'recession is here'*

The report reflects a sharp jump
in pessimism among the
economists, who just three months
ago still felt the country could avoid
an imminent downturn.
"We think that the recession be-
gan in the fourth quarter and that the
(Persian Gulf) oil-price shock played
a major role in ending the expan-
sion," Richard Rippe, NABE presi-
dent and chief economist with Dean
Witter Reynolds, Inc., told a news
conference.
"In our view, the economy was
on a slow-growth track prior to the
invasion of Kuwait," Rippe said.
"That slow-growth track has been
converted into a mild recession out-
look by the oil-price shock that has
developed."
In a survey following the Iraqi
invasion, only 45 percent of the
forecasters said a recession either had
begunor was imminent. Just a year
ago, 62 percent of the forecasters

predicted the economy would escape
a recession through 1992.
Two other reports yesterday pro-
vided further gloomy news about the
economy:
The Commerce Department
reported the U.S. trade deficit jumped
28.9 percent in the July-Septembe
quarter, to $29.75 billion - the
highest imbalance in a year.
Imports rose five percent to a
record $125.91 billion, as the Per-
sian Gulf crisis drove up the cost of
oil. Exports, damped by falling
overseas demand for American farm
products, fell 0.6 percent to $96.16
billion.
The National Association of*
Realtors said October sales of exist-
ing homes fell 4.7 percent to a sea-
sonally adjusted annual rate of 3.02
million, the lowest rate since Febru-
ary 1985, when it was 2.95 million.

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