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0t FOOTBALL
Continued from Page 1A
some field-rushing dangers unique
to the University.
For instance, she said the drop
from the wall separating fans from
the field to the playing field surface
is eight to nine feet and the possi-
bility of someone jumping over the
wall and landing on their feet was
very slim.
Brown also said that it is illegal
and against NCAA rules to enter
the field without authorization. She
said the penalty for entering is $50,
though breaking the law while on
the field can result in even greater
:penalties.
Dean of Students Ed Willis heads
the University's Fan Behavior Com-
mittee. The committee is part of a
Big Ten initiative to ensure safe and
respectful behavior in the stands.
The University's committee has
taken measures such as issuing
newspaper ads urging students to be

againstUSU
"Leaders and Best ... On and Off
the Field."
"The history (of fan behavior) here
is a positive story," Willis said. "We
don't tend to have these major inci-
dents."
Willis added that the spotlight
will be on Michigan during this
game, which is the 100th anniver-
sary of the rivalry between Ohio
State and the Michigan.
Brown voiced similar sentiments
about the game. "We want the memo-
ries of this game to be from the
actions of the football players and not
something that happens in the stands,"
she said.
More police officers will be at
this game than at any other game so
far this season, Brown said. The
2001 home game against Ohio State
resulted in four arrests for minors
in possession of alcohol and 37
citations for offenses ranging from
weapons offenses to public urina-
tion. Nine people were also ejected,
seven for disorderly conduct.

MSA
Continuedfrom Page1A
said. "A resident alleges that someone perpetrat-
ed some act and (Univeristy) Housing takes that
to be gospel truth. And so their response tends to
be to eject a party from the residence halls."
He added that without a hearing, a candidate
does not have a chance to make his or her case,
something they especially cannot do during elec-
tions.
"Typically a candidate can't fight that because
it would - they would lose many votes by trying
to fight (the) Residence Hall Association while
they really need to be out campaigning," he said.
"So I will say that while I don't know the specific
allegations against us, I would say that we
haven't even had a chance to prove our case."
He added that RHA president Amy Keller has
agreed to meet with Students First and other
interested parties following the election to dis-
cuss policies.
Wells-Reid said he expects the complaints will
be reviewed before the next election. "We don't
know yet what the ramifications of it will be, but
we hope that one thing that comes out of it is that
University Housing establishes some system of
jurisprudence when levying penalties against

non-residents," he said, adding that in the past
different groups have been given different penal-
ties, making it difficult to know what might hap-
pen next.
He also said that while University Housing lets
parties know when their group has been charged
with a violation of housing rules, the system of
communicating what it was and who did it is
lacking. "We actually don't know (who it was)
and we don't know that any of the allegations
made are true. It's pretty hard to figure out what's
going wrong if we don't have a fair hearing by
housing," he said.
Amy Keller said there have only been cam-
paign rules in place since the 2000-2001 school
year, when it was decided that there needed to be
a more formal way - an RHA resolution - to
uphold policies and keep students living in resi-
dence halls from being harassed by candidates.
"This resolution says that if candidates are
found to be ignoring University Housing's poli-
cies or violating them once, they will not be
allowed to campaign in the residence halls any-
more. This was a resolution initiated by the stu-
dents who live in the residence halls and it
drastically cut down on the campaign violations
that we saw," Keller said.
She added that the decision to evict Students

"A resident alleges that
someone perpetrated some act
and (University) Housing
takes that to be gospel truth:'
- Mary Hummel
Associate director, University Housing
First candidates from residence halls was Univer-
sity Housing's decision and that RHA was not
involved in the decision.
"It was University Housing, they basically
decided since they had gotten numerous com-
plaints from Students First violations that Uni-
versity Housing would go ahead and restrict them
from coming in the halls during this election
time," she said.
Keller said MSA, University Housing and
RHA will be meeting after Thanksgiving break to
discuss possibly changing any or all of the poli-
cies.
"Whatever MSA suggests will certainly be
taken into account but ultimately the decision is
up to RHA and University Housing," she said.
"We're constantly working with residents to
ensure that their voices are heard."

ECONOMY
Continued from Page 1A
tion on the outlook of Michigan's economy.
One of the reasons unemployment is expected
to fall is that businesses can no longer increase
the productivity of their workers, Hymans said.
Therefore, companies that want to produce more
goods and increase profits will have to hire new
employees.
"The economy produced more output than expected
and did so while leaving more workers behind," he
said. "Employers have about hit the limit in terms of
their ability to tease productivity out of workers."
At the same time, Michigan's economy contin-

ues to struggle. The state Department of Career
Development announced yesterday that Michi-
gan's unemployment rate rose to 7:6 percent in
October, the highest rate in 11 years. Last year,
only 6.1 percent of the state labor force could not
find jobs.
But on the national level, increased confidence
in the economy should lead to GDP growth of at
least 4 percent, University Surveys of Consumers
Director Richard Curtin said during a presenta-
tion on the outlook of consumer spending next
year. He said that in October, more consumers
said they supported instead of opposed current
economic policies.
Curtin said this is a positive sign, because the

last time a majority of consumers supported
national economic policies over the course of a
year was 1997, and before that 1984.
"It is quite rare that consumers report, on bal-
ance, more favorable economic news than unfa-
vorable," Curtin said.
Curtin added that the economy could still turn
south if businesses decide not to invest their prof-
its in the hiring more workers, but he said this
scenario will not likely occur.
William Dunkelberg, a professor at Temple Univer-
sity's School of Business and Management, spoke
about the perspective of small businesses on the econo-
my. He said the primary concern of small businesses is
growing insurance costs.

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