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Last week, the first student was suspended
under the Code. This suspension violated the
student's right to due process while protecting
no one.

MUSKET's performance of "Anything Goes" was
a sparkling display of musical and dramatic talent
Read Melissa Rose Bernardo's review.

The Leaders and Best. The Wolverines proved that
motto true as the basketball and hockey teams
qualified for the Final Four, and the men's
swimming team placed second at NCAAs.

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FINAL FOUR, TAKE TWO

' U

celebrates

hoops victory

Students take to the
streets to cheer Final
Four berth; police call
crowd orderly
by Hope Calati
and Will McCahill
Daily Staff Reporters
Joyful students streamed out of residence
halls, apartments and houses yesterday after
the Michigan men's basketball team's victory
in the fourth round of the National Collegiate
Athletic Association tournament.
The Wolverines defeated the Temple Owls,
77-72, to qualify for their third Final Four in
five years. The team will take on the Kentucky
Wildcats in the semifinal game next weekend
in New Orleans.
The crowd - which numbered more than
1,000 at its height - ran from the corner of
South University Avenue and Church Street to
the Michigan Union, then onto the steps of the
Graduate Library and back to the corner of
South University Avenue. This was the same
path it followed last year when Michigan qual-
ified for the Final Four.
University President James Duderstadt, his
wife Anne and daughter Sarah stood on the
front porch of their South University Avenue
house waving to the crowd.
At approximately 6 p.m., students con-
verged at the corner of South University
Avenue and Church Street chanting slogans

expressing their distaste for the Wildcats.
Ann Arbor Police Department (AAPD) Sgt.
Harry Jinkerson said AAPD would not inter-
fere with the celebration if students remained
peaceful.
"If it moves to University property, DPS
(the University Department of Public Safety)
will be involved," Jinkerson said, smiling as he
noted the crowd running toward the steps of
the Michigan Union.
The crowd swayed on the Union steps
chanting "Let's go Blue!" to video cameras
held by students.
DPS Lt. Chris Spork said DPS officers fol-
lowed the crowd as it flowed from the Union
to the Graduate Library, but added that police
remained inconspicuous so as not to attract at-
tention.
The crowd then ran to the Art Museum
steps where students jumped around for a
camera from Detroit's Channel 50.
LSA first-year student Brian Lehman said,
"This kind of school spirit is why I came here."
Spork said he was pleased with the way
students celebrated.
"It was a very good crowd," Spork said.
"Everything went smoothly."
He added that no rally-related crimes had
been reported.
At 6:43 p.m., AAPD officers asked the re-
maining members of the dwindling crowd to
stay on the sidewalks.
-Daily Staff Reporters David Shepardson
and Jen DiMascio contributed to this report

Above: Senior defenseman Pat Neaton celebrates Michigan's 4-3 OT
win over Wisconsin Saturday at Joe Louis Arena. The win sent the
Wolverines to the NCAA Semifinals for the second year in a row.
Michigan plays top-ranked Maine (40-1-2) Thursday in Milwaukee's
Bradley Center. Right Michigan forward Chris Webber dunks during
last night's 77-72 victory over the Temple Owls. The Wolverines face the
Kentucky Wildcats next Saturday in New Orleans. For complete
coverage, see SPORTSMonday.

Police, city, 'U' prepare
for future celebrations

by Nate Hurley
and Jennifer Silverberg
Daily Administration Reporters
Although the Michigan men's
basketball team did not make it to
the NCAA Tournament Final Four
until last night, the University, the
city and area police have been
preparing for a Final Four celebra-
tion since the tournament began.
"The best we can do is start to
get the message out that we'd love
to have people celebrate, but they
ought to celebrate as good citi-
zens," said Walter Harrison,
executive director of University

relations.
Michigan will play in the
NCAA semifinal game against the
Kentucky Wildcats in New
Orleans April 3.
In the past few years, students
have repeatedly flooded South
University Avenue when they
took to the streets to celebrate
athletic victories.
Crowds convened when the
Wolverines won the 1989 NCAA
men's basketball tournament, the
night before the September 1991
Michigan-Notre Dame grid-iron
contest, and after the Wolverine..

victory in the NCAA men's
basketball semi-finals against
Cinncinati last year.
Lt. Norman Melby, director of
the Ann Arbor Police
Department's (AAPD) patrol
division, said the AAPD is already
reviewing past department
procedures. The department is also
assessing the availability of
officers to determine if other
Washtenaw County agencies need
to be used to help with crowd
control.
"We're looking at what types
See CELEBRATION, Page 2

DOUGLAS--ANTEWDaly
Students celebrated the Wolverines' advance to the Final Four yesterday on a party path that extended from South
University to the Michigan Union.

Student responds to judicial process under statement

by Jennifer Silverberg
Daily Administration Reporter
Many students do not understand or care
about the Statement of Student Rights and
Responsibilities - the new University pol-
icy that governs student non-academic con-
duct. Sean White, an LSA fifth-year senior,
is the exception..
"The code just sucks," White said.
White, who was accused under the state-
ment five weeks ago, speaks from personal
experience. He is proof that behind the long
title and legal jargon, this interim policy af-
fects students' lives.

White was notified Saturday that the case
against him had been dropped due to insuffi-
cient evidence. He was originally accused
under the statement for unlawful possession,
use, manufacture, sale or distribution of al-
cohol or other drugs.
The Department of Public Safety made
the complaint.
Although he does not hold a personal
grudge against Judicial Advisor of the Policy
Mary Lou Antieau, White said he hopes the
University improves its procedures.
"The whole thing is just really confusing.
I don't really want to make (Antieau) seem

like a bad guy," White said. "That's just the
process and if that's how they're going to
have it they just need to refine it."
The case against White began in January.
According to the search warrant used by
Lawnet - a group of police officers from a
number of state departments - to search
White's house Jan. 25, police were investi-
gating a "cocaine trafficking complaint in-
volving subjects occurring at (White's home
on South Fourth Avenue)."
Police never pressed charges against
White because they did not find cocaine in
his home. White said he believes he was ac-

cused under the statement because police
were angry to find nothing.
"They were like, 'We're going to get you
kicked out of school and call your landlord
and get you evicted' - which happened,"
White said. "And all of this without ever get-
ting charged with anything by the police be-
cause there wasn't sufficient reason."
White moved to his home in a Detroit
suburb after he received his eviction notice
Feb. 2. In mid-February he received a letter
from the University notifying him of the
complaint filed against him under the state-
See ACCUSED, Page 2

U' drops case due to
insufficient evidence
by Jennifer Silverberg
Daily Administration Reporter
Mary Lou Antieau, judicial advisor
of the Statement of Student Rights and
Responsibilities, announced Friday that
a case filed against a student has been
dropped due to insufficient evidence.
The fifth-year senior accused of
See EVIDENCE, Page 2

Hanna-Davies, Raaflaub compete in 1st Ward
Democrat stresses need for more affordable housing; Libertarian pushes for less government

Yeltsin tells
crowd he'll
stay n office
MOSCOW (AP) - Tens of
thouseands of President Boris

by Christine Young
Daily City Reporter

West Quad and the four Hill dorms -
will have the opportunity to vote.
Monday, April 5th for either
Democrat Tobi Hanna-Davies or.

cost housing out of existence,"
Raaflaub said.
Hanna-Davies, who was appointed
to council by Mayor Liz Brater after

area, then we will need more parking
structures."
But Raaflaub attributes the deteri-
oration of cities to the fact that some

After receiving only approxi-
mately 5 percent

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