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Page 2-The Michigan Daily -Wednesday, December 5,1990

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Assembly
Attendance
The following Michigan Student Assembly
members were present for opening and
closing roll call at last night's meeting:
Mary Aitken (Nat Res)
Stephanie Andelman (LSA)
Billy Andrew (Phys Ed)
Amy Arnett (LSA)
Matt Benson (Business)
Deborah Billings (Rackham)
Melissa Burke (LSA)
Sreenivas Cherukuri (En gin)
Lynn Chia (LSA)
Paula Church (LSA)
Bill Cosnowski (Engin)
Timothy Darr (Rackham)
Julie Davies (LSA)
Corey Dolgan (LSA)
Charles Dudley (Treasurer)
Joy Goldberg (LSA)
James Green (LSA)
Brian Johnson (Engin)
Steven Kahl (Business)
Brian Kight (Engin)
Megan Landers (LSA)
Johnathan Line (LSA)
Liz Moldenhauer (Art)
Paul Oppedisano (Pub.
Health)
Pedro Padilla (Lib. Sci.)
Lisa Schwartzman (LSA)
Christa Sinz (Education)
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 last night's meeting:
Stephanie Brown (Nurs.)
Angela Burks (VP)
Marilyn Freeman (Soc Work)
Jeff Gauthier (Rackham)
Andrew Kanfer (Business)
Michael Kline (Rackham)
John Lapins (Architecture)
Jonathan Naltjes (Music)
Susan Richey (Pharmacy)
Hunter VanValkenburgh (LSA)

Saddam to release
3,300 Soviet hostages

Associated Press
Saddam Hussein backed away
yesterday from his confrontation
with the Kremlin, promising to re-
lease the 3,300 Soviets he was hold-
ing. Moscow had warned it would
use military force against Iraq if
Soviets there were harmed.
Meanwhile, according to a British
news report late yesterday, Iraq may
be ready to withdraw from most of
Kuwait as long as it is allowed to
keep the disputed Rumailah oil field
that crosses two miles into Kuwaiti
territory.
In New York, a late burst of buy-
ing sparked by the Sky television
report that the Iraqi president was
considering withdrawing his occupy-
ing forces from Kuwait lifted the

stock market from a 25-point decli1
a half-hour before closing to a
14.11-point Dow Jones gain, clos-
ing 2,579.70.
The rumors fanned speculation
the gulf crisis could be resolved
without bloodshed.
The Sky TV news report said
Saddam has been detailing his nego-
tiating position on the gulf disput
in private meetings with mediato
that include Soviet envoy Yevgeny
Primakov.
In exchange for a guarantee
against any Western attack on Iraq,
the report said he would pull out of
all Kuwait except for the oil field in
southern Iraq.

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The wallet was found discarded on
the stairwell.
"We had a problem like this last
year. It kind of went in a rash -
people entering rooms with unlocked
doors," Shannon said.
Chris Johnson, sophomore engi-
neering student and second-year
Couzens resident, said, "I had the
same thing happen to me last year. I
got my wallet stolen. I went to bed,
and I threw my wallet on the desk.
They (the police) found it on a cor-
ner outside the dorm."
"People get lulled into the sense
that it's safe some times of the day
and unsafe at others," Shannon said.
"A problem is that students have
portable valuables. They carelessly
leave their jewelry on top of their
dresser, their wallets wide open."
But for Chalela, it isn't just the
monetary loss that angers him. The

item of most importance was the
least valuable. "It was just a litt
coin purse, but it had sentimentaT
value because my grandpa gave it to
me when I was four years old."
The Couzens resident staff made
efforts to inform its residents of tle
thefts.
"We put a message on the marker
board in the front lobby the day afxer
it occurred," said Erick Lauber, resi-
dent director. They also plan to send
a letter to all residents alerting then
of the thefts within the week, he
added.
Jan Willmeng, LSA sophomore
and Couzens resident said, "Now
when I go take a shower, I lock my
door. Also, when I have classes be-
fore my roommate, I lock the door
behind me."
Shannon said thefts occurred in
other Hill area dorms last weeken
However, Resident Directors frQ1?
those dorms were unavailable for
comment.

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PRIVACY
Continued from page 1
burden on tenants.
"We see it as a conscious obsta-
cle," Appel said of the extra step
tenants must take to impose restric-
tions on entry.
Some area landlords feel the law
adequately protects the privacy of
those who desire it.
"Ninety-five percent of tenants
will think (the ordinance) is fine,"
landlord David Copi said. He added
that the remaining tenants could use
the law's three-day notification pro-
cedure to solve any problems with
their rental unit owners.
Mike Bielby, another landlord,
said tenants often feel notice of entry
is unnecessary. "Their response is,
'Why are you bothering me?'... A

good faith effort has always been
enough for me,"he said.
Students living off-campus have
mixed reactions to the ordinance.
LSA senior Joel Smith explained
building owners' visits are not fre-
quent enough. "The problem is get-
ting the landlord in, not leaving hi4
out," he said.
Rackham student Todd DeKay
said students could always use the
option of requiring notification, a
right mentioned in their lease under
the terms of the law.
Michelle Patail, an LSA junior,
took issue with the "good faith ef-
fort" clause of the ordinance.
"Who's going to prove that they
called?" she said, adding she felt the
clause weakened the whole ordi-
nance.

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ARREST
Continued from page 1
walking a dog without a leash.
When Sevransky said he would go
on his own recognizance, officers
still insisted on handcuffing him.
He was then taken to the Ann Arbor
police where his was photographed,
searched for weapons, given a court
CRASH
Continued from page 1
Heidi Joost, of Dearborn, Mich., a
flight attendant who had worked for
Northwest since 1968. Last night,
the medical examiner identified two
other victims, Kingsley Brown,
Pittsburgh, Pa., and Mary

date, and released.
The homeless man was arrested
for trespassing and "he also took a
swipe at the officer, said Lt. Tinsey
of the Ann Arbor Police
Department. He was released pending
follow-up.
Blankenship, of Colorado Springs,
Co.
Identities of the other five were
unavailable from the medical examw-
iner because the bodies were so badl
charred. Cassin said dental record
were being sought to make positive
identification, which Northwest rep-
resentative Kevin Whalen said could
come today.

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