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4ONFERENCE
Continued from Page 1A
went dry as an example.
The audience also expressed concern for the idea of
third-party venues. "There are fewer then five venues in Ann
Arbor that would work," said Greg Evans, an Engineering
sophomore and member of Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity.
But NPC had no suggestions of remedy that the Universi-
ty Greek System community members accepted.
In a meeting of the Panhellenic Association and the Inter-
*ternity Council with the representatives of NPC, Greek
leaders expressed further concerns such as naively assum-
ing that all self-proclaimed dry houses adhere to no-alcohol
policies. "We don't condone, we want to regulate," said Car-
oline Starrs, the Panhellenic Vice President of Recruitment.
"Consistency is key."
Frank Cianciola, dean of students and associate vice pres-
ident for student affairs, addressed members of NPC yester-
day morning concerning the new policy and recent
problems of the University's Greek system.
"We all have to come to the table," Cianciola said. "Our
dents absolutely need to be participants."
'Wianciola suggested getting Greek alumni more involved
and informed to deplete problems. He also admonished the
national members for allowing their chapters to be inconsis-
tent. "The most troubling is the disconnect between who we
say we are as a Greek community and how we act, he said.
"If we don't get in line with what the principles of our orga-
nizations are, our word won't be good."
The conference also tackled the problem of hazing inci-
dents, which recently have received considerable attention.
The discussion focused on solutions to hazing in general.
We must find a way to acquaint our new members with
teme members, tradition, operations and values of our chap-
ters without subjecting them to physical or mental abuse,"
said Jerry Mangona, IFC vice president of external relations
in a written statement. "This is not to say that new members
should not have to put forth energy and effort, rather they
should not be put to unnecessary abuse."
This weekend, Greek community members also partici-
pated in a service project, where Greek organizations came
together to make valentines for disadvantaged children.

State senators discuss standards for Merit Awards

nBUDGET
Continued from Page IA

Creek), who chairs of the Senate Appropriations
Higher Education Subcommittee.
"Only one (state ranked higher) is less popu-
lous, and that's North Carolina," he added.
States with more people have a larger tax
base from which to draw money for higher edu-
cation, Schwarz said, adding that this is the rea-
son comparison among the top 10 states in
spending on higher education is not perfect.
"It's not apples to apples,' he said.
At the Senate Higher Education Subcommit-
tee meeting at Eastern Michigan University on
Friday, Schwarz and Sen. Alma Wheeler Smith
(D-Salem Twp.) heard about the progress of
another form of financing higher education -
the Michigan Merit Award.
This award of $2,500 for Michigan students
attending state schools and $1,000 for those
attending out-of-state schools will be available
to students who meet qualifications on the
Michigan Education Assessment Program test,

the SAT or the ACT
Mark Leyda, executive director for the Michi-
gan Merit Award, said he estimates 31,000 high
school seniors from the class of 2000 will qualify
Schwarz expressed concern regarding the -
possibility of lowering standards for the Michi-
gan Merit Award to make the award available tqi
more students.
"They could never spend all the money.
appropriated this year on Merit Awards," he
said. "I don't want them to lower the bar. There
have to be strict academic standards"
Smith said she is worried the scholarship will
most benefit those who already can afford to
pay for college.
"We've essentially given to those who have,"
she said.
Smith added that two-thirds of the districts
where a high percentage of students are eligible
for the award have very high per-pupil expendi-
tures.
Wilbanks said she did not believe the Michi-
gan Merit Award would have an impact on the
number of applications to the University.

KIMITSU YOGACHI/Daily
State Sens. John Schwarz (R-Battle Creek) and Alma Wheeler Smith (D-Salem
Twp.) attend a State Higher Education Subcommittee meeting Friday at Eastern
Michigan University in Ypsilanti.

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ODOR
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possession with intent to deliver, but the case
was dismissed several times by the lower courts
based on the precedent set by People v. Taylor
"Five justices are saying Taylor was wrongly
decided," Williams said of the recent ruling.
All justices said there was probable cause for
the officer to search the car, Williams said. But,
two of the justices - who had voted on the
majority side of the Taylor decision - said it
shouldn't have been overturned.

Chief Justice Elizabeth Weaver and Justices
Maura Corrigan, Stephen Markman, Clifford
Taylor and Robert Young voted for the decision
with Justices Michael Cavanagh and Marilyn
Jean Kelly dissenting.
LSA senior Mitch Meeusen said he was con-
cerned by the new law because innocent people
may be searched. "Their clothes may smell like it
because their friends have smoked it," he said.
Williams said he doesn't think the law will
necessarily lead to more arrests, but the fact that
more evidence is admissible now will lead to
more convictions.

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