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h private. One of the five final candi-
S a r dates has already withdrawn his name
when he heard his name might be
Continued from Page 1 revealed through the law suit, said
search including full disclosure of former University General Counsel
the regents' travel records and Roderick Daane, attorney for the
applications of the candidates, in regents.
compliance with Michigan's Open The OMA states that a public
Meetings Act and the Freedom of body such as the regents must
Information Act, announce all meetings when more
Campbell said the regents had than a quorum is present. For the
acted within the laws, adding that board, comprised of eight regents, a
publicizing the candidates' names quorum is five. The News had
would damage the selection process claimed that the regents violated the
if these candidates held prestigious OMA by meeting in various groups
positions at other universities and of four to discuss candidates while
wanted to keep their desires to leave having telephone conversations with
of University Public Safety, said
R a p e there were four patrol officers on
duty for the campus on Sunday
Continued from Page 1 night.
investigation. Barbour would not The officers "just randomly patrol
release further information regarding all over campus," Pifer said. "If we
possible suspects. have a particular problem in the area,
Barbour said no other rapes at we respond to that...It would be hard
gunpoint have been reported on to prevent (a rape similar to the one
campus this summer. in Angell Hall) from happening."
Robert Pifer, Assistant Director
- - "The fact is that you're never
Ko E H T KJI ACC going to have a 100 percent safe
lssic tees for the ilas corncious environment...Not all rapes are
Full Color preventable, unfortunately," Steiner
said.nThe kind of rape that
SSoviet Poster happened on Sunday night is not the
Printed On 1 norm. We don't have that many
..100% Cotton i stranger rapes on campus."
I Circle size S M L XL Steiner cited FBI statistics stating
send $12.9 ppd w: that over 80% of all rapes are
COGENT CLASS committed by an acquaintance of the
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the other regents.
At this point, New York Public
Library President Vartan Gregorian
and University of Illinois President
David Ikenberry are the top two
candidates, followed by Duderstadt
and State University of New York-
Buffalo President Steve Sample,
sources said. One source added that
Duderstadt would be the most likely
candidate because Gregorian and
Ikenberry were not interested in the
Regent Paul Brown (D-Petoskey),
chair of the search process, could not
be reached for comment last night.
Continued from Page 1
"I have seen several sexist re-
marks by various members of the
assembly; the president tells the vice
president to shut up in assembly
meetings," said MSA Minority Af-
fairs Chair Delro Harris, an LSA ju-
"I myself for a while have seri-
ously considered leaving (MSA) for
the same reasons that she (Riordan)
mentioned," Harris said. But he added
that "there are some very good peo-
ple in MSA. My main concern is
what is going to happen to them."
HARRIS said that the strife
within MSA could affect the assem-
bly's attempt to get its University
funding renewed at next month's
University Board of Regents' meet-
ing, as well as its other projects.
Regent Dean Baker (R-Ann Ar-
bor) said "overall there seems to be
substantial disarray within MSA and
the leaders within the student body."
He added that MSA has to "look
into itself' to address its problems.
"With things like funding coming
up and the racial situation, if the
leaders of the assembly don't care,
they owe it to the student body to
get out,' Harris said.
Riordan said the publicity gener-
ated by her resignation might affect
MSA's credibility, but "when
(conflict within the assembly) starts
to actually hurt people, I think the
public has a right to know about it."
MSA Vice President Susan
Overdorf said she and Phillips will
fill in for Riordan temporarily.
Riordan said her replacement as
Student Rights' Committee Chair
could be Rob Bell, present Commu-
nications Committee Chair or repre-
sentative Cory.Dolgen, a Rackham
Zack Kittrie, LSA junior and Ex-
ternal Relations Committee Chair
said the assembly will continue to
address students' rights but that the
loss of Riordan would be "a big loss
of experience to the assembly."
Compiled from Staff Reports
M arijuana law But he said the la
sends the wrong m
Debate over Ann Arbor's $5 POt people.
law is firing up.
Last week, Leaders in Preven-
tion - a local anti-drug group-- .
said it may sponsor a ballot pro- Obituary
posal to repeal or strengthen the
law, which currently imposes a $5
fine on those who "possess, con-
trol, use, give away, or sell mari-
But Rich Brikett, national liai-
son for the National Organization
for the Reform of Marijuana Laws,
said LIP should not be involved in
political issues because it receives
LIP Executive Director Greg
Harden, however, said LIP's only
restriction is to limit lobbying and
other political activity to 10 per-
cent of their activities in order to
remain in a tax exempt status. He
said contributions from Domino's
Pizza and other businesses sup-
plement the state funds.
Gene Brown, program adminis-
trator responsible for coordinating Arch Gami
substance abuse funds in Washte- Arch Gamm wa
naw County, said there "could be of printing for th
problems" with a group using Student Publicatioi
state funds for political activity, He was 71, and s
but would not comment further wife, Joyce, five s
until he investigated the matter. ter, and 11 grandc
Meanwhile, LIP met Tuesday to worked with theE
discuss possible action against the 1949 to 1955, and
law. LIP Executive Director Greg before moving up
Harden said the group "will exam- dent.
ine the strengths and weaknesses Gamm was e
of the current law, and look at vi- Thornton, Iowa, E
able alternatives." 1936 to 1938. He
The alternatives may include editor of the Cedar
creating a stricter fine system for in Michigan from
smoking marijuana in public, and and he has worked
giving money from fines to school Press and Osage1
drug education programs, Harden and the Lake Mills
said. consin. He was on
"Leaders in Prevention thinks rectors for News F
it's a waste of time to bust people Northville, when I
for smoking dope," Harden said. services were held)
essage to young
ns for 14 years.
urvived by his
ons, one daugh-
Daily staff from
1966 to 1968,
ditor of t h e
was owner and
1955 to 1964,
for the Sheffield
News in Iowa,
Leader in Wis-
the board of di-
Printing, Inc., in
he died. Funeral
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