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How.Yur national legislators voted on key issues this week
OCTOBER SURPRISE: The Senate failed to break a
filibuster designed to halt a probe of allegations that the
1980 Reagan-Bush campaign bargained with the Iranians to
delay release of U.S. hostages until after the election.
Sen. Carl Levin (D): yes. Sen. Donald Riegle (D): yes. (A
yes vote was to proceed with the investigation.)
GAG RULE: The House of Representatives fell 12 votes
short of overturning President Bush's veto of legislation to
lift the so-called "gag rule" prohibiting abortion counseling
at federally funded family-planning clinics.
Rep. Carl Pursell (R): yes.
with talk site
JERUSALEM (AP) - Israel's Cabinet blasted the
United States yesterday for ignoring Israeli wishes and
setting Washington as the site of the next round of
peace talks, although Prime Minister Yitzhak Shamir
said he did not expect the peace process to be derailed
by the dispute.
Israel has not said whether it will accept the U.S.
invitation to attend talks starting Dec. 4 in
Washington, although the Bush administration said it
wanted responses by today. The Jewish state has lob-
bied hard to hold the next round of talks in the Middle
Israel television said Israel was unlikely to reply
by today, and that it would condition acceptance on a
promise that future talks would convene in the Middle
The issue of the site is a highly charged one, because
Israel believes that sending representatives to Arab
capitals and receiving Arab envoys would constitute de
facto recognition of the Jewish state.
Israel, Syria, Jordan, Lebanon and the Palestinians
were invited last week to the Washington talks, which
are a follow-up to the Madrid peace conference that be-
gan at the end of October. Only Jordan has accepted so
The Palestinians have not formally agreed to attend
the next round, but have indicated an inclination to do
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An unidentified man is arrested following a HAC takeover of The Downtown Club at 110 N.
Fourth Ave. on Friday night.
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will leave," was the official HAC response.
However, the representative from Weber-
man-Rule declined this initiative. "I can't
make that decision," he said.
The police proceeded to arrest 10 of the
protestors for trespassing.
"They weren't abusive or inappropriate.
Both the management firm and the police
were working really hard to get us to leave
without having to arrest us at all," Dresser
All those arrested were released within
an hour, and are slated to be arraigned Dec.10
at 2 p.m.
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hold seats on the assembly next
On the other hand LSA Student
Government (LSA-SG) Conserva-
tive Coalition (CC) candidate An-
drew Russell was accidentally
written. off the ballot, as an inde-
pendent and 14 other CC candidates
were elected to LSA-SG.
Russell was accidentally omit-
ted from Tuesday election ballots,
and although he had a few write-in
votes Tuesday and was on the ballot
Wednesday, not enough votes were
cast in his favor for him to get
"I was pretty distressed," Rus-
sell said. "I don't really have time
to make a stink about it."
New LSA-SG President Brett
White said that there are no plans to
challenge the results, but indicated
Russell w6uld be a contender to fill
future vacancies on the government.
Brett White (CC)
Jennifer Tejada (CC)
Rafeal Alfonzo (CC)
Jennifer Bacon (CC)
Julie Davies (CC)
Dan Freidenzohn (CC)
Howard Goldberg (CC)
Judson Hoffman (CC)
Kaveh Kashef (CC)
Ann Kaufmann (CC)
James Lowry (CC)
Beth O'Conner (CC)
Melissa Saari (CC)
Brian Schefke (CC)
Jeff Tack (Independent)
Mark Tucker (CC)
Vincent Wilk (CC)
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Duderstadt was making $162,839
when the 1990 salary supplement
was published. The regents then
voted on his salary in December,
raising it to $170,981. This change
was retroactive to September 1990.
This year, after a 5.5 percent in-
crease, he earns $180,385.
Leo Heatley, director of Public
Safety and Security received a 13.7
percent pay increase, from $66,175
Most University executive offi-
'On the one hand we
try to keep salaries as
close to inflation as
possible, yet we try to
keep tuition down at
the same time'
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Executive Director of
cers received raises within the aver-
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son said. "It's involved with broad
Executive Director of the Uni-
versity's Washington, D.C., office
Tom Butts agreed there was little
overlap in decision making.
"They keep those matters quite
separate," Butts said.
In addition to funding specific
research institutions, the agency is
also involved in educational pro-
"They're involved in trying to
promote science education at all
levels," Clarkson said.
For the past two years of his
tenure on the board, Duderstadt was4
head of the Human Resources
Committee, where he formulated
major initiatives in graduate trainee
"He's been very active in pro-
grams to find ways to invest in our
human resources," Butts said.
Reactions in Washington have
been favorable, Butts said.
"People are very pleased. I've
heard nothing but favorable com-*
ments from people on the hill and
congressmen," Butts said.
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