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LOCAL/S TATE
"lue party takes majority of assembly seats

The Michigan Daily - Friday, April 2, 1999 - 7

MSA representative winners:

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fraudulent votes, and students that revote earlier this
week voted in these races.
The Central Student Judiciary, the appellate court to
the elections board, will consider an appeal filed by the
Students' Party on Wednesday. The appeal contains five
notions, all of which asked the CSJ to postpone releas-
ing the election results to investigate the complaints.
Agreeing with some of the motions would mean dras-
tically altering the elections results. One of the motions
asks the CSJ to re-evaluate how it doles out demerits. If

the CSJ sides with the Students' Party, it could remove
Elias and Coulouris from their newly elected positions.
One of the other motions involves the Architecture
and Urban Planning election. The CSJ has decided
not to announce the results for that election until it
has ruled on the case. Students' Party candidate Joel
Kirzner ran unopposed but his name was omitted
from the online ballot for part of the voting period.
Students Party claims this may have injured the
slate's chance of getting elected.
"Joel's name should have been on the ballot, because
if there is a strong write-in candidate, that's not fair to
Joel," Karnik said.

The CSJ will hear the five motions over the weekend.
The Department of Public Safety is currently con-
ducting an investigation on the fraudulent votes. The
elections board decided to release election results, even
though it does not have the findings from the report.
"I have complete confidence that if something does
come up, there will be an ethical investigation by MSA,"
Elections Director Andrew Serowik said.
Although the polls for the MSA revote closed last
night, the LSA-SG revote polls will remain open until
11:59 p.m. Monday. LSA-SG Elections Director Cagla
Ozden said LSA-SG results may not be announced until
the DPS report is released.

LSA (Nine seats):
Rachel Arfa, Blue Party
Shari Katz, Students' Party
Ellen Friedman, Blue
Marisa Linn, Blue
Peter Handier, Blue
Glen Roe, Blue
Jenny Cowley, Blue
Mark Sherer, SP
Abe Rafi, Blue
Rackham (Four seats):
Erin Carey. Blue
Melita Mitchell, DAAP
Kava Taylor, DAAP
Bryan Cook, DAAP
Public Health (one seat):
Erin Dotson, Blue
Kinesiolog(One seat):
Jeremy iler, N/A
Jason Ptak, N/A

5,203
4,925
4,596
4,093
4,077
4,003
3,696
3,554
3,513
390
351
346
341
36
2
2

Engineering (Two seats):
Matthew Robinson, SP
Milan Gandhi, Blue
Business (One seat).
Tom Panoff, Blue
Art and Design (One seat):
Ksenija Savic, Blue
Medicine (One seat):
Andy Dahliwal, Independent
SNRE (One seat):
Mona Gupta, SP
Law (One seat):
Jasmine Abdel-Khalik, DAAP
Pharmacy (One seat):
Ethan Stier, N/A
Kat Timberlake, N/A
Ballot Question
Yes
No

636-
546=
63
49
73
117
45
1_
1
3,299
784

Education (One seat):
Jocelyn LaFace, Independent 16

DAAP = Defend Afirmative Action Party, N/A = Write In

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Please apply in person at 1350 N. Main, Ann
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248-613-1632.
TREKS TO MT. EVEREST Base Camp in
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Friday, April 2
MFA II Dance Performance
Betty Pease Studio Theatre, Dance Bldg., 8 p.m.
[Admission $5 at the door]
Saturday, April 3
Sally Fleming Master Class
Robert Mann, retired violinist of the Juilliard String Quartet
McIntosh Theatre, E. V. Moore Bldg., 5p.m.
MFA II Dance Performance
Betty Pease Studio Theatre, Dance Bldg., 8p.m.
[Admission $5 at the door]
Tuesday, April 6
Opera Workshop
Joshua Major, director
' opera scenes by Menotti, Floyd, Humperdinck, Hoiby,
Smetana and Janacek
McIntosh Theatre, E. V. Moore Bldg., 5p.m.
Jazz Ensembles
Donald Walden, music director
Britton Recital Hall, E. V. Moore Bldg., 8 p.m.
Early Music Ensemble
Edward Parmentier, music director
" motets by J.S. Bach, W. Byrd and Hassler
* ensemble works by Handel, Clerambault and Monteclair
" cantatas by F. Couperin, and Corelli
Blanche Anderson Moore Hall, E. V. Moore Bldg., 8 p.m.
Wednesday, April 7
Opera Workshop
Joshua Major, director
" opera scenes by Menotti, Floyd, Humperdinck, Hoiby,
Smetana and Janacek
McIntosh Theatre, E. V. Moore Bldg., Sp.m.
Opera Workshop
Joshua Major, director

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EVERYONE WILL SOON see Christ &
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HUNDREDS OF INSTRUMENTS. Not
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" opera scenes by Mozart, Lully, Poulenc, Monteverdi, Debussy,
Berlioz, Donizetti, Massenet and Cimarosa
McIntosh Theatre, E. V. Moore Bldg., 7p.m.
Arts Chorale
David Fryling, conductor
* music by Dawson, Mechem and Smith
Hill Auditorium, 8 p.m.
Thursday, April 8
Opera Workshop
Joshua Major, director
* Massenet: Werther (Act I1)
McIntosh Theatre, E.V. Moore Bldg., 5p.m.
Opera Workshop
Joshua Major, director

1 RM. IN 2 BDRM. avail. now. Fem., pref.
grad. student. Utils. incl. $300. 763-8243.
FEM. RMMTE. for ig. single in bi-level apt.
Furn., prkg., good loc. May lease. 741-0287.
FIND THE RIGHT ROOMMATE! Perfect

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