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Ninety-eight years of editorial freedom
Vol. XCVIII, No. 5S Ann Arbor, Michigan - Friday, June 3, 1988 nc

Sources:
Provost
still on
list for
'U' Pres.

BY RYAN TUTAK recorded the second lowest score, if
University Vice President and not the lowest." The other source
Provost James Duderstadt is one of said he was "indifferent" about
five candidates for the University Duderstadt.
presidency, despite negative A third source said Duderstadt was
recommendations from an advisory the third most popular candidate
committee to select the president, among the five finalists, but added
two committee sources revealed that the University provost probably
yesterday. would be chosen because the top two
About a month ago, t h e candidates were not interested in the
committee submitted evaluations of job.
candidates to cut the number of The University's Board o f
finalists from 16 to five. One source Regents, however, has consistently
said Duderstadt was among the pool refused comment on possible
of 16 candidates, but that "he candidates throughout the closed

search process. An Ann Arbor News
lawsuit to open the closed search
failed yesterday when Washtenaw
County Circuit Court Judge Ross
Campbell ruled in the regents' favor.
But the News will file a n
emergency appeal with the Michigan
Court of Appeals today to stop the "
search process and make the
candidates public, News Editor Brian
Malone said.
In the lawsuit, the News claimed
that the regents were obligated to
reveal all documents relating to the
See Search Page 2
resigns
BY DONNA IADIPAOLO
LSA junior Sarah Riordan will
Ell s < ~ formally resign as MSA representa-
tive and chair of the MSA Student
Rights committee this morning,
citing differences with assembly
president Mike Phillips as the main
reason for her departure.
"I feel extremely uncomfortable
under Mike Phillips' leadership
style," Riordan said yesterday night.
"It creates an environment of hostil-
ity and conflict that is antagonistic
to the goal of the organization and
totally counterproductive. His be-
havior is sexist, manipulative, and
unnecessarily aggressive."
Phillips was unavailable for
comment yesterday.
RIORDAN said that tension
created by Phillips' management
style makes it difficult for MSA to
function effectively.
"I see myself as a progressive
whose concern about communicating
the importance of social change to
other students and after a year and a
ar half, I don't think MSA is the best
form for trying to affect that," Rior-
dan said.
Several MSA members yesterday
agreed with Riordan's charges, say-
ROBIN LOZNAK/Daily ing that members of MSA's leader-
ship have acted in a sexist manner
toward female members.

Taking the plunge
Jeff Brazin of Livonia leaps off a railroad trestle near Argo Park on the Huron River while
waits his turn.
Student raped at gunpoint;
rapes rise with warm weather
BY KRISTINE LALONDE increased in the summer," Barbour The police report said the victim
A female University student was said. He cited open windows, easier described the assailant as a thin,
raped at gunpoint in an Angell Hall outdoor movement, and the change Black male, approximately six feet
bathroom 9:20 p.m. Sunday, of dress as possible reasons for the tall, with a dark complexion and
according to Ann Arbor police. increase. close cut natural hair. He w a s
Reported rapes tend to rise in the Julie Steiner, director of the wearing a blue and white short-
summer, both nationally and locally. Sexual Assault Prevention and sleeved tennis shirt and matching
Ann Arbor Police Department Det. Awareness Center, said of the shorts. "(The assailant) appeared to
Doug Barbour said the incident increase in reported assaults in the be well educated," Barbour said.
should heighten people's awareness campus area, "I think if there is any The police department has sent
of the possibility of rape. one reason safety is lowered, it is evidence to the Michigan State
"The opportunity for (sexual because there are less people Police Crime Laboratory for
assault) to occur is probably around." See Rape, Page 2

his friend Jeff Wilson

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See Riordan, Page 2

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