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The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, March 17, 1998 - 7

ROBERTS
Continued from Page 1.
University by then-University President
Harlen Hatcher.
Roberts also detailed the importance
of freedom of expression in the evolu-
tion of America. IHe cited examples
such as women suffragists who exer-
cised their right to assemble by picket-
the White House, and the role of
uthern newspapers in bringing about
the civil rights movement.
Kaplan said he wants Bollinger to
bring the apology before the regents
again because of his traditionally pro-
faculty stance and his previous
involvement with the lecture.
Bollinger was chosen as the lecturer
in 1992 when he was dean of the Law
School, and gave his speech titled "The
Open Minded Soldier and the
'niversity." Before this year's lecture,
ollinger described the treatment of the
three professors as "unjust."
The speaker for the annual lecture is
chosen by Peggie Hollingsworth, the
president of the Academic Freedom
Lecture Fund, Louis D'Alecy, chair of
the Senate Advisory Committee on

University Affairs and Kaplan. U f
"He was wonderful - one of the best Ki OiF I
we've had,' Kaplan said. "He was chosen Continued from Page 1.
from a long list of impressive candidates." - someone who is not necessarily my hero."
Also during yesterday's Senate For the competition, Johnson donned both a wed-
Assembly meeting, which took place ding gown and a basketball uniform.
before the lecture, English Prof. "I hear it's a wild time," Johnson said before the
Jacqueline Lawson, economics Prof competition began. "I'm pretty nervous about being
Sherrie Kossoudji and sociology Prof. on stage."
Donald Deskins were elected by the Audience members said they expected a crazy and
Senate Assembly yesterday to serve as entertaining evening.
new members on the Senate Advisory "It should be a unique and great way to get to know
Committee on University Affairs - the people," said Chris Nedzlek, founder of Sigma Phi
faculty's advising committee. Epsilon and LSA first-year student. The fraternities
They will replace current members "can expose ourselves to the sororities."
D'Alecy and Education Prof. Valerie But the competition, which featured impersonators
Lee. Deskins will return to SACUA
after serving a partial term. A normal N ICKERSON Before h
term for SACUA members lasts two professorc
years. Continued from Page 1 and the
D'Alecy, the out-going chair of Intellectual Freedom." University.
SACUA, said he is positive the new Before the lecture, the audience Award in
members will succeed. observed a moment of silence for his work in ti

of Superfan, Pee Wee Herman and Adam Sandler, did
not only attract Greek system members.
"We drove down from Brighton to watch the event,"
said Mel and Carol Paunovich, whose son, LSA first-
year student Joe Paunovich, was representing Sigma
Chi. "We're glad he's getting involved."
Organizers said the event was only a prelude to the
events that will follow in the next 10 days.
"The real fun will be next Wednesday," Holeman
said, referring to the Sing and Variety event that will
be held at Hill Auditorium next week.
Today, Greek Week events will include Sumo
Wrestling and a Limbo Contest. Events this week
include Diag Day tomorrow and Greek Olympics on
Saturday.
A blood drive will be held from 3 to 4 p.m. in the

Anderson Room of the Union on Friday.
ioleman said a great deal of money was spent on
the 10-day series of competitions, but it will be more
than worth the money.
Greek Week "is almost two-fold" Holeman said.
"It's 10 days of community service and a lot of fun."
lolcman said the events will show the commu-
nity that Greek organizations "do more than
party."
The week involves 49 Greek organizations and
includes goals of fund raising and donating blood.
"We've been told that (some of the events) can get
pretty racy," said LSA senior James Kanary, a repre-
sentative of Pi Kappa Alpha.

"But it is
Greek life."

"Don has a lot of history and will
maintain continuity for next term,"
D'Alecy said. "Jackie is very active,
and will be a strong member. And I'm
less familiar with Sherrie, but I hear she
is a strong contributor in her depart-
ment.'

passing.
"I feel deeply sorry for Nickerson
that the University of Michigan didn't
formally apologize," said Peggie
Hollingsworth, president of the
Academic Freedom Lecture Fund. "He
was a good friend."

wrote mor
Iles.
Nickers
terday fo
Congress
plead the1
lead to hi

is death, Nickerson was a
emeritus of pharmacology
rapeutics at McGill
. He won the Jacob Abel
Pharmacology for his
he field. In addition, he
e than 250 scientific arti-
on was remembered yes-
or his stance against
in 1954. He chose to
Fifth Amendment, which
s suspension and eventual

dismissal from the University facul-
ty.
"I salute Mark Nickerson, whose life
was remarkable and inspiring," said
Eugene Roberts, a famed journalist and
yesterday's lecturer.
Former University instructor
Chandler Davis, who became friends
with Nickerson because they both
were subpoenaed during the Red
Scare, said he remembered that
Nickerson's dismissal "didn't make
him miss a stride."

a great way to get students involved in
The two talked with each other
about political views during their tri-
als, but Davis said it was difficult
because they were in different depart-
ments.
Nickerson's untimely death could
serve as a catalyst for action, said
Wilfred Kaplan, a mathematics profes-
sor emeritus.
"It is sad that Nickerson passed away
before an apology," Kaplan said. "But
now seems to be a very good time to
press for an apology."

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