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be the funders," she said.
Richard said he thinks this would
be a good idea. "If we could get the
profs into doing it on-line, that would
be terrific," he said.
LSA senior Mike Christie, chair
of the Michigan Student Assembly's
Academic Affairs Commission and a
committee member, said the Univer-
sity will need to continue to work on
the issue.
"What we're trying to do is im-
press on the professors that turning
the slips in early provides an eco-
nomic gain to the students because
the students are able to get more money
when they sell back to the bookstore,"
he said.
Lipschutz said faculty members
have been cooperative in the effort.
"Everyone has had the same re-
sponse: 'We didn't realize it was a
problem and now that we realize it's
a problem, let's see what we can do,'
she said.

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ber of MSA's constituency, though,"
Wright said. "Their motive was not
evil. The person who gave the money
felt we needed more student outreach
and more student networking -ideas
that I believe in."
Stern said he does not understand
the decision to submit the donation
anonymously. "I don't understand
why there had to be this whole
secrecy around it," Stern said.
MSA has not decided if any action
will be taken against Wright. With
Wright up for re-election next fall,
Neenan said students should express
their disapproval at the polls.
"I prefer to see the student body
take action next election. They need
to ask themselves if this is the kind
of representative worthy of their
vote. He's not worthy of mine,"
Neenan said. "Students should ex-
amine the integrity of the students
they vote for, as integrity is the core
of leadership."

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A ATIONAL REPORT
Kansan headed for confirmation
WASHINGTON - Defeated Kansas Congressman Dan Glickman, the
Clinton administration's nominee to head the U.S. Department of Agriculture,
yesterday strode into a field littered with the tattered
reputations of would-be federal officials and pulled off an
unusual feat for a White House pick these days: He
breezed through the first of his confirmation hearings and
appears headed toward swift confirmation.
A moderate Democrat who was swept from his seat
last November by the GOP's electoral tidal wave,
Glickman won paeans from Republicans as well as Demo-
crats on the Senate Agriculture Committee, including a
pair of presidential candidates.
Senate Majority Leader Bob Dole, a fellow Kansan Glickman
who is struggling to balance Republican rhetoric on
cutting government programs with his home-state's deep dependence on
federal farm support, called Glickman "someone who'll do the job and do it
right."

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Robbery at N.J. post
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MONTCLAIR, N.J. - An after-
hours hold-up at a post office in a
New York City suburb yesterday left
four people dead and another person
critically wounded.
The robber or robbers fled before
police arrived.
Police said at least four men were
killed at the post office in the
Watchung Plaza shopping district near
a New Jersey Transit train station.
All the victims were thought to be
postal employees because the holdup
occurred at just before 5 p.m., nearly
an hour after the post office closed,
Essex County Prosecutor Clifford
Minor said.
Police Chief Thomas Russo said a
postal worker who entered the office
a few minutes before the shootings
called police to say he thought he saw
someone lying on the floor. When
police arrived, the shooting had al-
ready occurred and the attacker or
attackers had fled.

A spokeswoman for University
Hospital in Newark said a 44-year-
old man was in critical condition with
two gunshot wounds to the head.
Montclair, about 15 miles vest of
New York City, has about 38,000
residents.
Clinton taps women's*
violence office chief
WASHINGTON - Armed with
a chilling set of statistics on the in-
crease in violent crime against women,
President Clinton yesterday named
the first director of a new Justice
Department office to combat these
crimes.
Bonnie Campbell, former Iowa
attorney general and losing Demo-
cratic candidate for governor there in
November, was named to head the
Violence Against Women office at
Justice that was authorized under the
1994 crime bill. Also authorized was
$26 million in state grants for use in
bolstering law enforcement, prosecu-
tion and services to victims related to
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No.2 official in Mexico's ruling party
has been found guilty of murder, along Ukrain
with seven co-conspirators, and sen-
tenced to 50 years in prison, officials KIEV, t
confirmed yesterday. Russian ser
The eight convictions in the kill- here after au
ing of Francisco Ruiz Massieu sup- of uranium-
port the existence of a plot that pros- glass sour c
ecutors say stretches all the way to the ment, offici
elder brother of former president The size
Carlos Salinas de Gortari. ond in Ukrai
Coming less than six months af- concerns ab
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They also serve as an ironic trib- per reportec
ute to the man who conducted the Ukraini
investigation that led to these arrests: spokesmanI
Mario Ruiz Massieu, the victim's firmed that
brother. tests have s
The former prosecutor is now in uranium-23
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ermind his brother's kill-
m found in
e apartment
Ukraine - Two former
vicemen were detained
thorities found 13 pounds
-235 stashed in emptied
cream jars in their apart-
als confirmed yesterday.
of the seizure -the sec-
ine this year-raises new
bout the potential danger
materials hemorrhaging
mer Soviet Union into the
tlaw regimes and interna-
fists.
ickers arrested in Ukraine
month told police that the
nuclear pellets in the jars
grade uranium-235 from
vski Vedomosti newspa-
I yesterday.
an Interior Ministry
Olexandr Harlamov con-
preliminary laboratory
hown the cache contains
5 but said more testing is
etermine how pure it is.
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