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CARING MOTHER'S HELPER needed for
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ID CARDS
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gain entrance.
Winston said there have been several
instances in the past in which partygo-
ers - mostly from Ann Arbor and
Ypsilanti - have started fights upon
being denied entrance to fraternity par-
ties. The Greek ID cards, he added,
will help door monitors easily identify
nonaffiliated guests, since they will not
have cards and cannot say they are
members of another University frater-
nity or sorority.
"In the past couple years, we've had
a lot of problems at fraternity parties.
We are just trying to find a way to
monitor the events," Winston said.
"This is cut and dry. You either have
the card or you don't, there is no other
way around it."
He added that he did not believe the
cards would affect University students
seeking to attend Greek social events.
Non-Greek students can be admitted at
the chapter's discretion, usually based
on guest lists.
The cards "fill in a big void in safety
for us," he said. "But in no way, shape
or form is it meant to close our com-
munity off to the rest of campus."
Although exactly how each indi-
vidual chapter will use the cards is
still unknown, Winston said the
cards must be presented with stu-
dents' M-cards in order to be vali-
dated since they are not
photographic identification.
Each card contains a personalized
barcode, the card carrier's name, Uni-
versity ID number and fraternity or
sorority name.
In addition to the $3,000 spent on
the 4,200 initial cards, the Greek Sys-
tem also purchased a mobile barcode
scanner and additional equipment
needed to help produce future cards. In
all, it was a $5,000 investment, Win-
ston said.
He said the cards will be most likely
needed for safety purposes at social

functions held in fraternities and soror-
ities and for administrative and billing
purposes at functions held at third-
party venues.
They may be used in conjunction
with wristbands, which helped fra-
ternities to monitor attendance at
parties during the Fall Rush, Win-
ston added.
The Greek System's leadership is
currently deciding how to best use the
cards and whether to include the cards
in the IFC's social responsibilities
policy.
"A concrete vision for the use of
the Greek ID cards will be formulat
ed over the next week or two, but
several ideas have been discussed
and will be considered in the busi-
ness plan," said Branden Muhl, the
IFC's current president. "Within the
Greek community environment, the
Greek ID cards could be used to
track attendance at Greek sponsored
events such as educational program-
ming, Greek Week and other com-
munity events."
Before the policy is formulated, the
Greek ID cards will be used at each
chapter's discretion.
"Within the social environment, a
chapter holding a closed event either at
the house or a third-party vendor,
where they can expect outsiders to
have a desire to enter, can increase=
security by verifying membership at
the entrance if they so choose," Muhl
said. "Also, if they so desire, a chapter
hosting an event at a local vendor
establishment can easily arrange to pay
the costs on a per-member basis and
track attendance at the door. ... The
possibilities are limited only by how
the chapters and their members choose,
to apply the device."
Despite the lack of an official policy,.
Winston said he believes the cards will;
be a long-term investment for Greek
community members.
"If we thought they wouldn't be
effective, we never would have bought
them to begin with," he said.

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Idry., prkg., $325/mo., contact 734645-9304.
MAY-AUG. SUBLET. 2 person eff. in a 3
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tral Campus. Full kitch., bath, wireless inter-
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BABYSITTER NEEDED FOR 2 or 3 chil-
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BABYSITTER NEEDED FOR 6 & 4 YR.
old, 20 mo. & 5 mo. Mon 11-9, Tues. 4:30-9,
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