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ntinued from Page 1A
work out something like this," Bathish said.
Tabitha Treber, an employee who worked at the Cava Java
on Main Street and followed the shop to the Union, said the
Union is better for the coffee shop atmosphere than its previ-
qus location.
"We're doing a lot more business over here," Treber said.
"People on Main Street thought the store would have sand-
wiches and more food products than we do. They were also
an older, more business-like crowd that was always on the go.
ere the students are more relaxed, coming here to drink cof-
ec and study."
Some students said they hadn't even noticed the location
change.
"I like both Cava Java and Amer's, so I would come to
either (in the Union)," said LSA senior Kathy Amrose.
Rackham students Regine Ostine and Tyrone Forman said

it was the convenient location of the Union that brought them
to Cava Java, not the name of the shop.
"It's local, it's convenient, it's the Michigan Union," said
Ostine.
"I like the new high chairs," said Forman, adding that he
hadn't noticed any other major changes in the menu or ser-
vice of the new shop, except an expanded dessert selection.
Gabriel Kerr, manager of the Amer's Main Street location,
said he has already experienced the advantages of the shop's
location.
"It was a great move," Kerr said. "We profit off of having
a deli on Main (Street) and being able to serve food. In the
Union there was too much competition because they were
flooded in the basement with all the food places."
Ann Arbor resident Dorothy Mcleod said she was happy to
see the new Amer's deli open close to her workplace.
"Before they didn't have a good selection of things to eat,"
Mcleod said. "Now this is quick and they have a lot of choices
which is great for when you have limited amount of time for lunch."

Senate
penalizes
Stallings

LEWIS
Continued from Page 1A
A sense of permanence will be a
*elcome change, said Lewis, who is
the fourth Rackham dean in four
years,
"I will end up talking to even
more people in the future since there
is a sense of permanence," Lewis
said.
Lewis was chosen as a finalist by
the same committee that recom-
mended Cantor to the position of

Rackham dean. Cantor was eventu-
ally appointed to the position of
provost during July of last year.
"I think the advantage was that the
committee had worked together for a
long time ... and had a vision for what
the dean should be like," said psycholo-
gy and women's studies Prof. Abigail
Stewart, who headed the search com-
mittee.
Stewart said the committee consid-
ered both former and current Rackham
faculty before making the decision to
appoint Lewis.

"We wanted someone with knowl-
edge and experience of Rackham,"
Stewart said. "I think the committee
was impressed with his leadership of
Rackham as interim dean and
impressed with his vision for
Rackham in the future.
"We had a strong, long record of
his accomplishments. That was an
advantage. He's a very known quan-
tity," Stewart added.
Stewart said the committee reviewed
many of the same candidates as it did
during the provost search last year.

LANSING (AP) -- Senate leaders
took their first official steps yesterday
toward penalizing Sen. Henry Stallings
for admitting he took more than $100
under false pretenses by using a Senate
employee to work in his Detroit art
gallery.
Stallings, who was stripped of his
committee assignments, Detroit
office and control of his capital
office and staff on Tuesday, faces
possible expulsion, among other
things, by the Senate.
Formal actions taken yesterday
included appointment of a special
committee to investigate the matter
and make recommendations, and the
introduction of resolutions to either
expel or censor the freshman
Democrat.
Senate Minority Leader John
Cherry (D-Clio) said he expects
Stallings to be expelled if he doesn't
resign first. "That's what I see,"

AP PHOTO
State Sen. Harry Stallings (D-Detroit), who admitted to taking $100 under false
pretenses, works at his desk on the Senate floor in Lansing on Tuesday.

Cherry said.
Stallings declined to comment on the
matter.
"I'm not available for comment," he
said. "I'll comment, but not today."
In the past, he said he will not resign.
When asked again yesterday, he made
no response.
Sen. Willis Bullard (R-Milford), chair
of the new special committee, said he

hopes the committee will begin meeting
within the next couple of weeks.
"My only intention is to have hear-
ings," Bullard said. "We're going to
focus on the plea that Henry entered.
"We're all going to be judges. We
don't want to come to any conclusion
without hearing all the facts. It's a
serious situation - whatever we do,
it will be (Senate) precedent."

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