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Michigan National GOP Commit-
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Yob said he supports Gramm for sev-
"Phil Gramm aligns himself with
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understand what he is saying. He has
the right ideas, and he has a very good
chance of getting (the '96 nomina-
Yob said that recent polls by Re-
publican pollsters indicate 51 percent
of Americans now consider them-
selves to be Republicans, 39 percent
Democrats, and 9 percent indepen-
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over a hearing on Baker's case..
"We said the University is acting
illegally. This is pure speech," Cahill
said. "We said we want the suspension
The decision from Friday's hearing
is scheduled to be made today.
"If the result is not satisfactory we
have the right to a formal hearing,"
DPS Capt. Jim Smiley said the mat-
ter is under investigation by the Uni-
"I think it's a safety issue. We
were concerned," Smiley said. "We're
still investigating. We haven't drawn
any conclusion yet."
Cahill said the University's sus-
pension of Baker was inappropriate.
"There is no rule forbidding anyone
fromjust being disgusting," Cahill said.
"What they've done is taken action
against someone without a rule at all."
Besides the University, the FBI also
is looking into the possibility of charg-
ing Baker with the distribution of
obscene material under the federal
obscenity statute, according to pub-
University administrators involved
in the case referred calls to spokes-
woman Lisa Baker.
"This person is not a student and if
they were a student I would not be able
to comment because of (the Family
Education Rights and Privacy Act),
which protects student records," she
Velma Baker said she was shocked
"People are realizing that the Re-
publicans are carrying out their prom-
ises, and they are making an impact
on the voters," Yob said.
State Republicans are beginning
to turn their focus to the '96 U.S.
Senate race and the '96 presidential
U.S. Rep. Dick Chrysler (R-
Brighton) said the Republicans must
build on their victories in the '94
elections and work toward continued
success. "You ain't seen nothin' yet,"
Chrysler said, in reference to the up-
He added that 168 million Ameri-
cans currently live in states governed
by a Republican.
- Daily Staff Reporter Zachary M.
Raimi contributed to this report.
by her son's suspension.
"He's never been in any trouble in
his life," she said. "(University offi-
cials) were never honest or up front
with me. This was like a witch hunt...
Jake is a very gentle person."
LSA junior Anand Shah, who took
Linguistics 210 with Baker last win-
ter term, said Baker was the beststu-
dent in the class.
"I kind of expected him not to be
your average student. I think he did it
more as a practical joke rather than
anything serious," Shah said. "I think it
was wrong that the University blew up
the issue and it conflicts with the stu-
dents' right of free speech."
Matt Rice, a first-year RC student
who lives on Baker's hall in East Quad,
said he did not consider Baker a dan-
ger to the students on the hall.
"It seems like if he is going to be
suspended there should be some kind
of forseeability," Rice said. "He should
know what he can and can't do."
Cahill asserted that someone from
within the University told the local
newspaper about Baker's case.
"Someone in the University has
acted improperly by leaking this to the
press. We're very upset about the leak
because it's blown this whole thing
into a national story," Cahill said.
Since the first story appeared Fri-
day afternoon in The Ann ArborNews,
-Baker's suspension has been in De-
troit newspapers and TV stations, and
over The Associated Press wire, which
reaches newspapers nationwide.
- Daily News Editor Lisa Dines
contributed to this report.
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