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CONVOCATION
Continued from Page 1A
"I thought it was really excellent,"
Richards said. "It made me feel a lot
more comfortable."
Miles also made an impression of
Business School senior Tiffany Haley.
Although Haley did not have the
opportunity to attend such events when
she was a freshman, she said she was
happy to see students coming together.
"I would like to see more meetings

like this just to reinforce to the incoming
students just how strong and committed
the black community is," Haley said.
Sponsored by Alpha Phi Alpha Fra-
ternity, Here Earning a Destiny for
Honesty, Eagerness and Determination
of Self, the National Council of Negro
Women and Omega Psi Phi Fraternity,
the event was one installment of the
University's first Black Welcome Week.
Other events planned include Black
Professional Organization Day and
Black Greek Day.

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PLANES
Continued from Page 1A
"There is no issue that has not been
addressed or answered."
The University is more concerned
about its own advertising revenue than
the crowd's safety, Miller said.
"They are very upset that they don't
get any type of revenue from us. Unfor-
tunately for the University of Michigan,
airspace is open to the public."
Martin said that claim is ridiculous.
"We have a fixed fee" to open the
stadium to advertising, he said. "We do
not get a percentage of the ad sales. It
doesn't matter how many ads are in the

programs."
He added, "Secondly ... do you
think that we would take DejA Vu as an
advertiser?"
Engineering senior Jim Shehadi
attended the game and didn't feel
threatened by the sound of engines
overhead.
"As long as there's some sort of
approval process and they have securi-
ty clearance ... I don't have a problem
with it," he said.
"I'm sure they're paying attention
very carefully."
Miller said Ann Arbor Police
Department officers inspected aircraft
Saturday before they flew.

ACCOUNTING
Continued from Page 1A
recent scandals, "there's nothing all
that new in terms of the accounting
issues raised by these cases, so the
core material does not change very
much."
But graduate student Geoffrey
Ihnow, enrolled in the Business
School's masters of accounting pro-
gram, said the recent scandals
"place a great emphasis on ethics
now." Ihnow is currently taking a
business ethics class and said the
administration is recommending
such classes.
Skinner said the department has
seen "a lot of interest" in accounting
classes so far this fall. "We have seen
a 30 percent increase in applications
to the masters of accounting program
and have increased the size of the
incoming class from 47 last year to
67 this year."
"It's a lot easier to convince students
why accounting 'matters' than in years
past," he added.
Skinner pointed out that not all
recent scandals are necessarily
accounting problems, "although the
press tends to lump them together.
The reason that Tyco, ImClone and
Adelphia have been in the news this
year has less to do with their
accounting and more to do with
things that their executives are
alleged to have done."
" On a positive note, Lundholm said
"maybe all that has to happen to reme-
dy the situation within the accounting
profession has already happened."
He added that Arthur Andersen's
collapse "did not go unnoticed. I imag-
ine that the partners at the other firms
will think very carefully about avoid-
ing a similar outcome."
In the end, Skinner said, the prob-
lems highlight "the extent to which
financial reporting relies on the
integrity of the management teams
in charge of these companies. It's
hard to legislate integrity. The
demand for quality accounting grads
is likely to increase as a result of
these problems and I see a lot of
opportunities for people entering the
profession."

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CHILD CARE NEEDED for 7 yr. old boy af-
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LAND
Continued from Page 1A
tion law attorney Melvin "Butch" Hol-
lowell, Land stressed her experience as
the clerk for one of the largest counties
in the state.
"I've administered hundreds of
records for hundreds of thousands of
people," she said, pointing out she has
already had to work with numerous
local clerks who were not her subordi-
nates, a job the secretary of state also
has to do on a larger scale.
With the state facing a tight budget
and expected cuts in many depart-
ments, Land promised an innovative
approach to appropriating funds within
the Department of State. That process
would begin with funding projects one
by one each year, rather than choosing
where to cut the money from.
"We need to do zero-based budget-
ing," she said, "We need to ask, 'Do we
need this program? Do we need to be
doing what we're doing here?"'

As for improving customer service
at local secretary of state's offices,
Land said she would stagger employee
work hours, so that when an influx of
customers arrive at a branch office the
employees are not all on their lunch
break.
She supports Miller's efforts in put-
ting electronic kiosks in shopping
malls and putting more branch offices
in strip malls, where there are usually
more parking spots and easier access
for the handicapped.
As for license plate renewal, she
said the state could save a lot of
paperwork by having a biannual -
rather than the present annual -
registration.
But one area where she disagrees
with the incumbent is in calling for an
open primary whereby any voter can
choose more than one party's political
nominee regardless of their own per-
sonal party affiliation. Land opposes
an open primary.
The general election is Nov. 5.

GREEK
Continued from Page A
interactions.
Some fraternity members feel the new resolutions will
affect the image of Greek life on campus.
"The new armband policy is going to end up hurting frats
because of the limited number of people we let in," said Chi
Phi member Kaz McNellie, an LSA sophomore.
"It prevents potential rushees from getting into our house
and seeing some of the members."
For others, like Phi Kappa Alpha member Bernie Liu, the
new rules are not making it harder to have a good time at a
fraternity-sponsored party. Liu said the social mood at the
last party his house sponsored was not different from any
other parties, although stronger enforcement of rules was
clear.
Winston said fraternities must obey these policies because
the Social Responsibility Committee will randomly check
houses during the course of the night.

"I honestly believe that on any given night, any of our
fraternity parties are bound to be safer than any average
house party," Winston said. "The SRC is guaranteed to
come by every registered party and every house on social
probation at least once a night."
McNellie said the SRC is treated with respect among
the Greek community because of the power they possess.
"They definitely enforce the rules," McNellie said. "If we
turn our heads, we'll be on probation."
Winston said these changes are important to prove "big
parties are a small aspect" of Greek Life.
"Right now we have five dry houses," Winston said. "I
predict in the next three to seven years, all national fra-.
ternity organizations will have an alcohol-free policy. It
sounds like a scary thing, but houses are holding us back
as a community."
Later this month, IFC hopes to announce a newer,
long-term policy for social events. Winston said he hopes
the policy captures the "real heart of social life" within
the Greek community.

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