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BAKER
Continued from Page 1
Phillip Power (D-Ann Arbor) -- who
have worked with Baker in the past -
end this December. McFee said she does
not plan to run for a second term.
I[ do not plan to run for re-election,"
McFee said. "What former regent Baker
ans to do is up for him to decide."
McFee said her decision not to seek
re-election stems from a desire to trim
her responsibilities.
"I've reached a point in my life where
I'm cutting back on commitments
rather than adding them," McFee said.
"I've enjoyed my years on the board."
Should she feel that the Republican
candidates are unqualified, McFee said,
she would consider campaigning.
"The only thing that would cause me
change my mind would be for reasons
other than my own personal reasons,"
McFee said. "There are other things I'd
like to do with the rest of my life."
Power could not be reached for com-
ment. But Miyoshi Shaw, communica-
tighs. director for the Michigan
Denjcratic Party, said potential candi-
dates have not yet been discussed.
"The party has not endorsed anyone
et' Shaw said. "We haven't heard any-

thing from (Power) one way or the other."
Michigan Republican Party officials
said they have four possible candidates
for University regent. The official can-
didates will be chosen at the delegates'
convention in August.
"We will put up the best candidate
for the job," said M ichigan
Republican Party Communications
Director Sage Eastman about candi-
dates Baker, Jessie Dalman (R-
Holland), David Brandon, a former
Republican finance chair, and Jim
Riske, an Engineering junior.
Eastman said the gubernatorial elec-
tions may set the election's tone, since
Gov. John Engler is running for re-elec-
tion.
"Having the governor at the top of
the ticket bodes well for us all the way
down the line," Eastman said.
During his three terms as regent,
Baker took active stands on the issues
of adding a student regent, the Medical
Center and admissions policies.
Baker said it is important for the
University's admissions policies to fall
under the law.
"I said it is certainly important that the
University comport with the law," Baker
said. "The regents have an obligation to
review those methods they are using and

make sure they comport with the law.
"I think the federal courts are the
final arbiter of these matters. If the
court rules for the plaintiff, then we
should modify our procedures to com-
port with the law."
Baker is still opposed to creating a
student regent for the University. There
are too many conflicts of interest for an
enrolled student, Baker said.
"I think it would be an error to have a
student regent," Baker said. "It is a posi-
tion of power in the University ... decid-
ing tenure, policies. ... If you are a stu-
dent, you are in conflict when you have to
make those judgments."
But Baker said his biggest concern is
with the Medical Center.
"All universities with medical cam-
puses and hospitals are subject to some
kinds of problems," Baker said. "If the
wrong decisions are made and the med-
ical facilities become expensive and
lose money in a serious way, that could
have consequences.
"If it were not solid financially, it
might inhibit some of the teaching pro-
grams," he said.
Baker attributed his 1996 loss to a
heavily Democratic ticket during the
last election, which coincided with the
U.S. presidential election.

EMAIL
Continued from Page ±
meeting in person is so inconvenient. I
think e-mail is a great idea."
But with so much attention on
electronic messages, some question
whether this type of communication
is creating an impersonal world. In a
bustling society, many stress com-
munication skills as being essential
to getting ahead and contend that
use of e-mail seriously hampers this
progress.
Engineering first-year student
Megan Hart said she rarely uses her e-
mail privileges, choosing instead to
meet with professors one-on-one.
"Meeting the professor is much more

personal: it's like high school," Hart
said. "The University is so big. People
use e-mail for everything and no one
ever meets each other thee to face. Plus,
there's less misunderstanding when you
talk in person."
History Prof. John Dann, who does not
own an e-mail account, cites other rea-
sons for choosing office hours via e-mail.
"if I were to get on e-mail, I would
just be inundated with messages," Dann
said. "I am not directly on e-mail
because I want to save as much time for
myself as I can."
Dann, who also refuses to surf the
Internet, said his dislike of e-mail has
stirred up some commotion with his
students and colleagues.
"I have a lot of people who are

angry with me because I don't have
e-mail," Dann said. "Some find it
very annoying, but ... I havec
phone, I have a fax machine, people
can visit me, people can write me
letters. And I would always prefer to
have a one-on-one meeting."
Traugott, who uses e-mail to corre-
spond with his students on subjects
concerning anything from clarifying a
point made in lecture to discussing in-
depth term papers, said the use of e-
mail has become an essential part of his
life.

M

"I don't think the use of e-mail is
impersonal at all," Traugott said. "I
think its a very helpful tool. It's a tool
to facilitate discussion and it is quite
important here at the University."

LAWSU ITS
Continued from Page 1
becomes a party," Cooper said. "It's a full-fledged, active role."
If granted intervention status, a third party would have
access to the same activities as both the plaintiffs and the
defendants, including examining witnesses and evidence.
A friend of the court brief does not allow the third party to
have nearly as much access to the case, Cooper said.
"You don't have any hand in shaping the trial," he said.
Cooper said that whether the judge will permit a friend of
the court brief or any other form of intervention depends on
the specifics of a particular case. But, in general, friend of the

court briefs are accepted more often than those seeking full
status in the suit.
"A lot of courts are pretty relaxed about (friend of the r
court) briefs," Cooper said. "Other courts are becoming a
somewhat stingier about (these) presentations."
Sedler elaborated on the possibility of either type of interven-
tion.
"The court will always allow friend of the court briefs, but
intervention is a more direct intervention because the interven-
ing party has the same status as the named parties,"Sedler said. >
Sedler said another important consideration for a judge is
whether the intervening act will affect the lawsuit's time
frame. "The intervention can't delay the suit," he said.

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LOOKING FOR MANAGERIAL EX-
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The Michigan Daily is hiring for next fall/
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distribution on campus. Applicants need
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and great pay! Call Christen 764-0558 for
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LOOKING FOR INTERRACIAL Couples
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If interested contact Kelly @ 930-6675 or
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MARKETING REP/ film advertising co.
seeks person to place movie posters in store
windows. $8/hr. + gas + bonus, need car. Call
Paul at 800-852-6250.
Summer
Groundskeeper Wanted
Responsible for maintaining campus ground and nurtur-
ing plant materials on campus. As seasons dictate,
assist with mowing, weed whipping, weeding; leaf pick-
up; shrub and flower bed clean-up; preparing for planting
flower bulbs; pruning ornamental trees and shrubs.
Duties also include litter pick-up and snow removal. Pay
starts at $7.00 per hour; flexible schedules available
Desired qualifications:
t Self-motivation
Dependability
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Genuine interest in creating
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