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iage 12- The Mihigan Daily - Friday, July 25, 1986
Student protest may have killed limit
(ContinuediromPagei) at Tuesday's meeting of the Univer- tivities Center (UAC). nity Council President Danny before the Michigan Advertising
But according to University Vice sity's executive officers. THE LIMIT was imposed by the Of- Kavanaugh about the restriction. In Works, which is responsible for the
President for Academic Affairs and "I ASSUME they finally realized fice of Business Operations because of addition, UAC President Nick Bhatt banners, begins accepting contracts.
Provost James Duderstadt, a that it was a big concern for students alleged injuries to students while last week wrote a letter to University The main benefactors of the policy
statement ending the limit was read - so they decided not to push it," hanging the banners up, and to President Shapiroopposing the limit. reversal are fraternities and
Duderstadt said. He could not recall preserve the "aesthetics" of the Diag.
who read the statement, but Students have traditionally used the
speculated it was a joint-decision by banners to advertise events ranging '(The administration) was under a lot of
Vice President for Student Services from fraternity to sorority rush to
Henry Johnson and Vice President political protests. pressure and they wanted to avoid a big
and Chief Financial Officer James Though the reasons for the about a
Brinkerhoff. face in banner policy remain unclear, stink,.
Pam Horne, an assistant in John- MSA President Kurt Muenchow at- -president
son's office, said Johnson told her tributed it to "bad PR generated from
Tuesday morning that the limit had student opposition."
been lifted. "This is a good example of what
Neither Johnson nor Brinkerhoff happens when students get together
could be reached for comment. and protest an unfair decision, If we "I think the decision was made to sororities who do not have to compete
The University had originally hadn't made the fuss, there would be diffuse criticism. (The ad- for banner space during September
limited the number of banners to three banners in the Diag," Muen- ministration) was under a lot of and January Rush.
three, but raised it to ten after chow said. pressure and they wanted to avoid a Despite the lifting of the limit,
Muenchow protests from the Michigan Student He said he had spoken with Vice big stink," Bhatt said. Muenchow urged restraint when
...claims victory Assembly and the University Ac- President Johnson, and Intra-Frater- THE DECISION comes a week students hang banners in the fall.

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