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ARREST
Continued from page 1
Ryder office - and spoke with an
FBI agent posing as a Ryder official,
said Patrick Galasso, the truck rental
agent.
"He didn't have a clue as to what
was going on," Galasso said. "He
thought he was talking to a Ryder
rep.
The man returned to the rental
Office, was given $200 back, and
was arrested by eight to 10 agents as
he left the office, Galasso said.
"He didn't want to give up that
$400. He just wanted that money,"
Galasso added.
The man was accompanied by
another man when he rented the
truck, but was alone on subsequent
visits, Galasso said. He said he
didn't remember what the second
man looked like.
Both Mascitelli and Galasso said
the suspect didn't behave nervously
in any way. Mascitelli described him
as short and frail with a beard and a
thick accent.

CODE
Continued from page 1
complaint. That student has three
choices upon notification of the
complaint:
mediation: Antieau will
appoint a neutral person skilled in
helping people reach solutions to
assist the two parties in discussing
and resolving the problem;
an administrative hearing; or,
a hearing panel consisting of
a faculty facilitator without voting
power and six students - chosen
randomly from a pool of 50
selected by the Registrar's Office.
Antieau said she has not yet
drafted a policy to determine how
much case-related information
should be released to the public.
"I'm trying to work that out
now," Antieau said. "I believe I
need to strike a balance between
respecting the rights of both the
complainant and the accused and
providing information because the'
University community has a right
to know. I haven't struck that
balance yet."

Forum to debate

issues of
by Bryn Mickle
Daily Staff Reporter
In an effort to avoid the
"shouting matches in the media,"
nationally-known speakers and
experts will converge on campus
Saturday in order to attempt a
constructive discussion of legal
interpretations of the family
structure.
Hosted by the University Law
School, the conference - entitled
Cultural Battleground: Defining The
Family and Law - will feature lec-
tures and panel discussions in addi-
tion to national speakers.
Scheduled speakers include Paula
Ettlebrick from New York's Lambda
Legal Defense and Education Fund,
Prof. David Chambers from the
University's Law School and David
Watts of the American Black Social
Workers organization.
The conference is being spon-
sored by the Black Law Student As-
sociation, the Christian Law Stu-
dents group and the Lesbian, Gay,
and Bisexual Law Students Alliance
(LGBLSA).
Topics for discussion include le-
gal recognition of gay/lesbian mar-
riages or partnerships, state inter-
vention in the family, and child cus-
tody situations.
Dirk Veamer, third-year law stu-

'amil1y'
dent and member of Christian Law
_ Students, stressed the importance of
the conference.
"There are a lot of differences of
opinions on these topics in society,"
he said. "It's most constructive to
talk about these differences openly
and in a controlled environment
rather than through shouting
matches in the media."
'Lesbian and gay
issues are in the news
a lot...it's good from
our perspective to get
people to listen.'
-Kirstin Gulling
third-year law student
Kirstin Gulling, also a third-year
law student and a LGBLSA mem-
ber, echoed Veamer's sentiments on
the importance of the forum.
"Lesbian and gay issues are in
the news a lot," she said. "It's good
from our perspective to get people to
listen."
The symposium will be in room
100 of Hutchins Hall at the Law
School. It is free to the general pub-
lic, with the first panel discussion
beginning at 10 a.m. and the final
address starting at 6 p.m.

EECS evacuated; 2 sent to hospital
The Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Building on North Campus was evacuated early yesterday
morning after the University Department of Public Safety
(DPS) received a report of a possible chemical spill.
DPS and Ann Arbor Fire Department officers responded
to the call just after 5 a.m., tracing the source of a strong
chemical odor to the area of the west side elevator bank.
The cause of the odor appeared to be a heavy coat of
floor wax.
Two people suffering from sore throats and dry mouths
- side effects from the severe odor - were taken to the
University Hospitals Emergency Room
Indecent exposure charge against
professor dropped
Obscene conduct charges are still pending against a
University associate professor, but indecent exposure
charges against him were dismissed last week.
Associate Biology Professor. Byron Doneen was
arrested Feb. 2 on these two charges following incidents in
the Harlan Hatcher Graduate Library.
Doneen entered a no-contest plea to the disorderly
person-obscene conduct charge and will be sentenced April
2. The charge carries a maximum sentence of 90 days in jail
and/or a $100 fine.
He was released on a personal recognizance bond on the
condition that he have no contact with the person who
originally reported the incidents to police.
- Compiled by !'."I McCahill, Daily Crime Reporter

Religious
Services
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(The Episcopal Church at U of M)
518 E. Washington Street
SUNDAY
Dinner Guest: Charley Sullivan,
novice men's crew coach
5:00 pm Holy Eucharist
6:00 pm Dinner
The Rev'd Virginia Peacock, Chaplain
Telephone: 665-0606
CHURCH OFCHRIST
Non-Denominational Christianity
530 W. Stadium Blvd.
SUNDAY: :Bible Study-9:30 a.m.
Worship-10:30 a.m.
Worship-6 p.m.
WEDNESDAY: Bible Study-7 p.m.
College Classes Available
All are welcome. Call for a ride!
662-2756
LUTHERAN CAMPUS MINISTRY
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801 South Forest (at Hill Street), 668-7622
SJNDAY: Worship-10 a.m.
WEDNESDAY: Bible Study-6 p.m.
Evening Prayer-7 p.m.
ST. MARY'S STUDENT PARISH
(A Roman Catholic Community at U-M)
Corner William and Thompson St.
Across from Cottage Inn
Weekend Liturgies- SATURDAY: 5 p.m.
SUNDAY: 8:30 a.m., 10 a.m., 12 noon
5 p.m., and 7 p.m.
FRIDAY: Confessions 4-5 p.m
UNIVERSITY LUTHERAN CHAPEL, LCMS
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SUNDAY: Worship-10:30 a.m.
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LETTER
Continued from page 1
rassment - those can be either ho-
mosexual or heterosexual - that are
in violation of Housing and Univer-
sity policy. We acknowledge that
people may find it offensive, but it
may not necessarily be a deterrent to
using it (pictures in East Quad) as an
appropriate display," Levy said.
He added the Housing Division
would continue to support the educa-
tion of alternative lifestyles. He said
fairness to both homosexuals and
heterosexuals should be shown and
the posting of displays should be
decided individually.
RC junior Brian Spolarich, who
is a gay activist and an RF, said the
Housing Staff discussed the issue
with Joe Kennedy, Monnie Clampit,
and Tracey Gonzalez - three
Housing employees who helped
draft the memo.
"They expressed their opinions
as University employees on Univer-
sity stationary, on University time,
then they are speaking for the Uni-
versity whether they intended to or
not," Spolarich said.
He added he felt the Housing
staff members should write a letter
of apology.
The authors of the letter would
not comment about the content of
the letter.
School of Medicine employee
Paul Lefrak, a gay activist, said the
letter was an outrageous attack.
"These are people with a history
of severe harassment and racism,"
he said. "I believe these employees
should be suspended following an
investigation of discriminatory prac-
tices they might have committed.
"The norm of society is that gay
people exist. There needs to be
equality. The University with all its
declarations of policies really pro-
motes discrimination," Lefrak said.

TANNING
Continued from page 1
Maricel Schneider, first-year En-
gineering student, took a trip to
Florida with the Crew team for
Spring Break. She said she visited a
tanning booth once before her trip.
"I didn't want to burn when I got
to Florida," she said. "I don't really
worry about cancer, but I am careful.
I used 30 (SPF) block the whole
time."
First-year Engineering student
Tina Kong also traveled south for
Spring Break. She said even though
others have warned her about the
dangers of skin cancer, she rarely
worries about getting it.
"My mom is always saying,
'You're going to get skin cancer,'
but I don't really think about it,"
Kong said.
Zolotor said while the chance of
getting skin cancer is 1 in 6, the dis-
ease can usually be detected early
enough to be controlled.
"A lot of people are being more
careful but not as careful as they
could be," he said.
Juanita Danielski, medical assis-
tant and office manager for George
Cameron Dermatology, said their
office discourages tanning, either in
the sun or in a salon.
"We have a lot of patients that do
go tanning but we don't suggest it to
anyone," she said.
If patients do decide to tan,
Danielski said they suggest the tan-
ners use some form of suntan lotion,
whether at the beach or at the booth.
"With all the attention on skin
cancer, people are starting to use
some form of tanning lotion,"
Danielski said.
"There is a lot more attention
paid to it than there used to be. Now
it's basically even the younger gen-
eration that's starting to get con-
cerned about it."

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