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The Michigan Daily - Thursday, January 14, 1999 - 7A

STICKER
Cnnud from Page IA
because of this, the sticker was unnecessary.
"We don't have to advertise that we are friend-
ly," he said.
E. Frederick Dennis, director of the office of
LGBT affairs, disagrees that the sticker is unnec-
essary.
"Stickers are important because they let us
know that we are welcome. LGBT students aren't
Icome everywhere, so I am appreciative of busi-
ses that advertise it," he said.
Lang compared the sticker to a canister for The
March of Dimes. He said a business cannot
endorse one charity without setting out collections
for all charities.
Similarly, he said he cannot place a sticker on
the door of the store inviting in LGBT students
without having a sticker on his door for every
other possible group of students.
"I love people. I'm a people person. That's why
I have this job. I want everyone in Ann Arbor to
me in and have a cup of coffee with me," Lang
Dennis said the office of LGBT affairs is con-
sidering a program called Safespace, which is sim-
ilar to Caribou's initial idea to put up the sticker in
the window.
In Safespace, businesses would be encouraged
by the office to place stickers or certificates in
their front windows to let LGBT students know

they are welcome there. LGBT is researching sim-
ilar programs on campuses such as University of
Iowa and Emory, Dennis said.
If such a program is instituted at the University,
Dennis said he hopes Caribou will support and
participate in it.
Wilson said Lang treats the staff and customers
with courtesy regardless of whether they are
LGBT or not.
"He doesn't know. He doesn't ask. He doesn't
care" Wilson said.
Wilson added that the problem might be the fact
that Lang is unacquainted with the clientele, but
said she is not concerned about her boss being
prejudiced.
"He's not from this area. He didn't realize there
were this many gays - that they weren't the
minority," she said.
She currently is asking any customers with
complaints to write them down and put them in the
suggestion box. Wilson said she feels this is the
best way to eventually bring the matter up in an
employee meeting.
A customer brought in a new sticker to
replace the removed one, only to have it dis-
appear from the window again after three
days.
Lang said he did not know the employees had
put up a second sticker, so it is unclear how the
second sticker was removed.
"I certainly hope no one stops coming. No one
is unwelcome here;" Wilson said.

Reports include interviews about Cantor

CANTOR
Continued from Page 1A
p.m. She said they then walked to the Phi
Delta Theta fraternity house but returned to
the sorority house because the fraternity
members were not yet ready for the carry-in.
The group returned to Phi Delta Theta at
about 10:30 p.m.
The carry-in ended at 11 p.m., another
witness said, and many people went to the
basement of the house where cases of cham-
pagne were stacked on benches.
One witness said she observed Courtney
Cantor dancing intimately with a male at
around 1 a.m.
Another individual interviewed described
Courtney Cantor as "tipsy."
A Blue Cab driver said he recognized
Courtney and may have driven her from the
fraternity to Markley between 2:30 a.m. and
3 a.m.
Two witnesses said they saw Courtney
Cantor in Markley's lobby at about 3 a.m.
One said she thought "Cantor was happy,"
and "looked tired but much better," and the
other said "Cantor did not appear to be
drunk, but she knew that Cantor had been
drinking earlier in the night."
Her roommate
said she saw her at

File Photo
Members of the Phi Delta Theta fraternity are scheduled to appear In court today for charges
linked to a party where LSA first-year student Courtney Cantor was seen drinking before she died
early the next morning.

Legislature gets start with
64 new House members

After being transported to the University
Hospitals' emergency room, attending
physician Jeffrey Desmond pronounced
Courtney Cantor dead
at 5:48 a.m.
Courtney Cantor's

LANSING (AP) --No marching bands, no flow-
ers, no cake. The first day of the 90th Legislature on
yesterday lacked pageantry, but was full of purpose.
In the House, all 110 members were sworn in at
noon by Michigan Supreme Court Chief Justice
Elizabeth Weaver.
f ixty-four of them were first-time members,
w o won elections across the state in November as
term limits took effect and barred the door to long-
serving incumbents.
As members stood with their right hands raised
for the ceremony, the House chamber sparkled

with twinkles of light from cameras clicked by
family and friends.
Members in the House and Senate selected their
seats for the two-year session and formally elected
leaders already chosen by their caucuses in
November.
The House selected Rep. Chuck Perricone (R-
Kalamazoo Township) as speaker. In his remarks
to the chamber, he expressed a desire to work with
Democrats, but made it clear that Republicans
would leave their mark.
"The Republican majority will lead through

approximately
3:20 a.m. The
roommate then
left the room for
about 10-15 min-
utes and returned
to the room at
3:50 a.m., not
checking whether
Courtney Cantor
was in the room.

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admissible evidence
of criminaity."

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death spurred investi-
gations into the
underage drinking at
Phi Delta Theta at the
party she attended,
for which fraternity
members now face

Warrants name Music sophomore Jordan
Schmidt and LSA sophomores Adam
Feldheim, Simeon Maleh, Jared Fishman
and Jeremy Bier on the same charges,
along with an additional charge of using
fraudulent identification to purchase alco-
hol.
A video obtained by AAPD from the
Meijer on Carpenter Road shows Schmidt,
Feldheim, Maleh, Fishman and Bier pur-
chasing three shopping carts full of
$347.07 worth of alcohol on Oct. 15,
according to the AAPD report submitted to
the prosecutor's office.
One of the men presented false identifica-
tion to the cashier, and they paid for the pur-
chase with a fraternity check.
Phi Delta Theta Fraternity members
declined to comment on the charges.
- Daily Staff Reporters Kelly O'Connor,
Mike Spahn, Avram S. Turkel and Jennifer
Yachnin contributed to this report.

- Joseph Burke
Assistant Prosecutor

Washtenaw County

A Markley cafeteria employee found
Courtney Cantor lying in the loading dock
area at about 5 a.m. and called DPS.
At 5:20 a.m. her roommate awoke to officers
pounding on the door, at which time she saw
that Courtney Cantor was not in the room.

charges.
LSA sophomores
Michael Novick, Michael Halper, Evan
Frank and Josh Shapiro and Engineering
junior Daniel Davis are charged with fur-
nishing alcohol to a minor and knowingly
allowing a minor to consume an alcoholic
beverage on Phi Delta Theta's property at
1437 Washtenaw Ave. on Oct. 15.

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