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FIRE SAFETY
Continued from Page 1
incident took place.
"Anytime there is a large crowd and an
emergency takes place - fire or other - it
creates a dangerous situation because peo-
ple panic," he said. "The Rhode Island club
was in a wood-frame structure that was not
suppressed and they used sound-proofing
material that was highly flammable. Many
of Ann Arbor's clubs are in better-construct-
ed structures overall, and many of them
have automatic sprinkler systems."
Ann Arbor Police Department Sgt. Craig
Flocken said the city processes anywhere
from five to 10 Michigan liquor control vio-
lations per month, some of which include
fire safety violations.
For example, Touchdown Cafe on South
University received several liquor violations
after rapper Eminem gave an unexpected
performance there in January. Among other
things, police cited the bar for being over its
maximum occupancy.
But Touchdown General Manager Todd
Carlton said the club strives to follow all
safety procedures. He added that he does
not fear a fatal fire occurring at the estab-
lishment.
"From what I hear, the Rhode Island
bar was constructed mainly of wood,
which this place isn't. It couldn't go up
like a Christmas tree. And I have plenty
of fire extinguishers located in all the key

spots," he said.
Although clubs and bars are required to
abide by liquor ordinances that ensure safe-
ty for large numbers of people, Warsinski
said houses and fraternities do not follow
the same guidelines.
"Overcrowded parties are particularly
dangerous because they occur in places
not designed to accommodate them, par-
ticularly abandoned buildings and even
many fraternity and sorority houses,"
Warsinski said.
According to the Ann Arbor Housing
Code, all houses within the city must
have at least two exits in different areas
of the home and working smoke detec-
tors, said Dave Sebolt, supervisor of the
Ann Arbor Housing Bureau. Fraternity
and sorority houses must follow the same
regulations as other houses, he added,
though they often are inspected more reg-
ularly than other houses, which should be
inspected every 2.5 years.
University Greek Life Director Mary
Beth Seiler said the Greek system does not
mandate a uniform safety code separate
from the ones used by city.
"All fraternities are required to follow
Ann Arbor city codes, (but) it is the dis-
cretion of each chapter to strongly suggest
it, we require it but can't enforce it. If
they don't follow the codes the city will
penalize them if they choose to," said
LSA junior and Interfraternity Council
Vice President of Social Responsibility

"Anytime there is a large crowd and an emergency
takes place - fire or other - it creates a dangerous
situation because people panic:'
- Doug Warsinski
Ann Arbor fire inspector

David Chang. "My house gets checked
every year."
But the biggest fire hazards with hous-
es and fraternities are blocked exits,
Flocken said.
"We've been in fraternities where they
just have their back door blocked in by all
kinds of things and trash," Flocken said.
"They have to make sure that their exits
are not blocked."
One example of a house that failed to
meet fire safety regulations is the former
Zeta Psi fraternity, which city police and
fire inspectors boarded up last April for
not having adequate exits and for unsani-
tary conditions.
"We agreed that it was too dangerous
of a building to be occupied, so we con-
demned it," Flocken said. Zeta Psi had
not been a part of the University's Greek
system when it was closed.
Some fraternities have taken additional
safety to ensure fire safety.
LSA sophomore and Sigma Chi mem-
ber Mitch Stein said his fraternity has
fire exits in the front and back of the
house. They are open at all times and

cannot be blocked off or locked. He said
this is because they have a fire code.
From any point in the house, people can
exit in 30 seconds.
Stein added that Sigma Chi is also one
of the only fraternities on campus to
own a sprinkler system. The fraternity
was recently given $1.5 million from
their national chapter to renovate the
house, which was used to bring the
house up to code.
"All three floors and the basement have
warning lights that flash when the smoke
detector goes off. It goes off sometimes to
cigarette smoke," Stein said.
Fraternity houses are not the only houses
to throw parties, and fire inspectors and
police officers said students living in houses
should also be aware of the dangers
involved when throwing a party or when
attending a party at a fraternity or house or a
rave at an abandoned building.
"Use common sense as to how many peo-
ple are let in. If you can't hardly move dur-
ing a party, and something happens, then
there could be a potential for problems right
there," Flocken said.

INTERVENORS
Continued from Page 1
ments.
"They're willing to let the parties divvy their time up fairly
readily, but they typically don't expand the time," Bloch said.
"The court managing its docket to give the party addi-
tional time (affects) the court's overall ability to get the
cases heard and done," Duke University law Prof. Jeff Pow-
ell said.
Powell added that the only time the court grants such
requests is if the U.S. government wishes to intervene. The
court granted time to the solicitor general to speak at Grut-
ter v. Bollinger.
"The court views itself owing a special deference to the
solicitor general," Powell said.
Krislov said he did not think this decision hurt relations
between the University and the student intervenors.
"I think we've had a very collegial relationship and we've
talked about a lot of these matters," he said. "We're sure that
the court will carefully consider their briefs."
But Massie said she remained more concerned over the
decision of the case if the student intervenors could not
present their arguments.
"The Supreme Court has decided to express at least a pre-
liminary preference for leaving (the University's) own preju-
dices undisturbed," she said. "That can only hurt the
University's position gravely."
Aleobua added that the court's decision did not discour-
age the student intervenors or the Coalition to Defend Affir-
mative Action and Integration and Fight for Equality by Any
Means Necessary, which will be holding a demonstration
outside during the hearings.
"This will-not stop our effort," she said. "They will defi-
nitely hear us chanting outside."

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