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Two members of the Society for Creative Anachronism participate in a
medieval re-enactment at an event last weekend.
unites ladies, lords,
by Lisa Dines
Some say chivalryis dead, butmem-
bers of the Society for Creative Anach-
ronism (SCA) would beg to differ.
SCA is a campus group that at-
tempts to preserve medieval traditions.
Members choose a persona from the
middle ages - between 500 and 1600
A.D. - and embody that character.
"It is a lot of fun to become a slightly
different version of yourself. Some be-
come more barbarian, others are more
courtly, elegant or flirtatious," said
Danielle McEvoy, a Ypsilanti resident.
Cynnabar, the campus chapter of
SCA, is just a small "shire" of the inter-
national organization. Although
Cynnabar is a student group, it. includes
Ypsilanti and Ann Arbor residents.
Cynnabar holds weekly meetings
and workshops to introduce medieval
subjects including fighting, archery,
embroidery, dancing and sewing. The
University's shire also travels to events
throughout the Midwest.
A typical event, which may cost
$12-$15 perperson, includes merchants,
feasting, fighting, dancing, and a royal
"Events recreate the pageantry, color
and flavor of the middle ages ... as well
as the courtesy and the chivalry,"
Everyone at the events must be
-dressed in garb. While it can become
quite elaborate, garb basics include aT-
tunic and boots for men and a long dress
belted at the waist for women. Cloaks,
and head coverings are common garb
for both sexes.
"Modesty was big in the middle
ages," said Jeff Skevington, prince of
the Middle Kingdom and Ann Arbor
Fighting, a major event attraction,
can take place with a variety of weapons
- most commonly a sword and shield.
The instruments are padded for safety,
and the competitors wear armor for
protection as well as authenticity.
When a competitor is hit in the arm
or leg, that body part may no longer be
used. A blow to the torso or head is
considered a kill.
Paul Lowe, an Engineering senior
who has been "fighting" for four years,
said he originally joined the SCA bey
cause he enjoys this aspect, of the soci-
He said, "Everyone says, 'Why
would you want to go out there and let
someone hit you in the head with a
stick?' It is a lotmore fun than it looks."
Medieval arts and science demon-
strations and wandering merchants also
add flavor to the events.
"You can buy anything from armor
to swords and daggers to all sorts of
jewelry, fabric, sewing and weavings,"
said Maryann Guariento, an Engineer-
After the fighting, the royalty con-
ducts court and the event comes to a
close with a feast and medieval danc-
ing. "The feastlasts generally about two
hours and has six to eight removes or
courses," she said.
The group tries to maintain a strict
observance of the customs of the time
period that are represented by partici-
"We try to be as historically accurate
as possible. If you want to register (a
persona with the society) then you must
be able to document it," Guariento said.
Every year SCA members fromn
across the United States gather in Penn-
sylvania for the Pennsic War. The event,
designed to totally immerse members
in medieval life, had an attendance of
nearly 8,000 people last year.
"The war consists of six melees, or
battles, with each king leading an army
of approximately 1,000 fighters,"
Skevington said. "It is very physically
demanding. You are out in the hot sun
for two to three hours while wearing
Members said the SCA tries to cre-
ate an open, inclusive environment at
both the weekly events and at Pennsic.
Most student members said they joined
the group because of the friendly atmo-
"One of the nicest things about the
society is that you can take things for
granted ... like chivalry, honesty and
friendliness," McEvoy said.
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LANSING, Mich. (AP)- Legisla-
tion that would slash property taxes but
raise the state income tax cleared a
House panel yesterday over objections
that it's a tax shift, not a tax cut.
Rep. Greg Kaza(R-Rochester Hills),
an outspoken opponentof the plan, said,
"Raising the income tax and the sales
tax would put the greatest burden on the
poor and people living on fixed in-
comes. There's no such thing as a neu-
The 10-bill package sailed through
the House Taxation Committee. It now
goes to the full House.
Gov. John Engler will veto the legis-
lation if it clears the House and Senate
with the income tax increase intact, said
Jeff McAlvey, Engler's legislative liai-
"The governor won't sign an in-
come tax bill," he said.
The legislation would cut local
school operating taxes by 50 percent.
In 1994, voters would have the op-
tion of increasing the state sales tax
from 4 nercent to 6 nercent. That would
relief plan to cut school operating taxes
by 20 percent and save the average
homeowner $1,046 over the next four
The governor's plan cleared the
Republican-run Senate last month, but
it's still stuck before the HouseTaxation
Committee. Democrats and some Re-
publicans there say they don't like it
because it doesn't tackle the school
"Citizens recognize we can't deal
with property tax reform and school
finance reform separately," said Rep.
Lynn Jondahl (D-Okemos), co-chair of
the tax panel.
The Michigan Education Associa-
tion (MEA) supports the legislation and
"will lobby intensely" to make it palat-
able to the governor, MEA lobbyist Al
Short said. He predicted the bills will
end up in a House-Senate conference
committee, where both chambers would
be able to hammer out a compromise.
Short said he will push to get the
legislation signed into law by May 1,
when summer tax bills are mailed to
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