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The Michigan Daily-Friday, May 19,1989-Page 2
City resolution targets parties
BY MARY ANNE CHASE noise and alcohol violations could be for "party control."
After heated discussion concern- fined for overtime police pay and While all councilmembers agreed
ing its ambiguous wording, the City extra law enforcement costs. in principle that the resolution is a
Council approved a resolution tis "But what constitutes a party?" positive thing to deal with recent
week "designed to controlparti." asked council member Larry Hunter complaints, some expressed concern
states thatindividuals convicted of (D- first Ward.) that it may appear that the city is
Debate during Monday's city targeting University fraternities.
University Lutheran Chapel council meeting focused on the Sigma Nu fraternity member and
1511 Washtenaw Ave. vagueness of the document: the defi- University graduate Tom Bridenstine
Ed Krauss, Pastor 663-5560 nition of a "party", who could be ii- said that "by the council saying par-
Summer Schedule: able, individual rights on private ties are out of control, it appears that
Sunday Worship at 9:00 am property and the possibilities for they're trying to pass on police costs
Wednesday Supper at 6:00 pm special patrols designed specifically without any real cause."
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News briefs

MSU students attacked
BY WENDY WORTHEN
Two attacks on supporters of gay male and lesbian rights occurred at
Michigan State University last week when one student's car was vandal-
ized and another student's dormitory room went up in flames.
Jerry Mattioli, a student who had participated in a candelight vigil for
gay male and lesbian rights, reported that his room was set on fire and
that threatening graffiti had been written about him on a campus bridge.
Aryc Mosher, a member of the MSU Lesbian and Gay Council, said his
car had been doused with gasoline Sunday night.
MSU student Gary Zick, president of the Lansing Association for
Human Rights, said the incidents were deliberate attacks on homosexual
rights.
Beth Smith, spokesperson for the Michigan State Department of Pub-
lic Safety said yesterday that both incidents are still under investigation.
Student anti-racist group forms
BY LIZ PAIGE
African American students from eight state colleges and universities
have organized to discuss and take action on issues of institutionalized
racism in higher education in Michigan.
The Michigan Alliance of African American Students, which has been
meeting since April 11, currently includes students from Michigan State,
Wayne State, Eastern Michigan, Ferris State, University of Detroit, Oak-
land, Washtenaw Community College, and the University of Michigan.
The group acts as a support network for individual campus struggles
and has the potential to coordinate statewide anti-racist action. The orga-
nization hopes to work with high school students and the larger Michigan
community, especially around the issue of access to the state's universi-
ties.
The Michigan Alliance of African American Students will discuss ac-
cess to state schools, and the changes that must be made to meet the
needs of people of color at its next meeting scheduled for June 10 in Ann
Arbor.
Judge interrupts defense
council, postpones trial
BY DIANE COOK
The trial involving University students arrested while protesting the
presidential inauguration of James Duderstadt came to an abrupt halt last
Friday after only two hours of deliberation.
Judge Peter Thomassen's decision to postpone the trial for two weeks
came after he interrupted the council for the defense, Alexis Beck.
Thomassen stopped Beck's line of questioning which addressed the use of
force by the police department.
Sandra Steingraber and Mike Fischer, both Ph.D. candidates, are
charged with disturbing the peace; Steingraber is charged with assault and
battery. Both have declined to comment while the trial is in progress.
Steingraber was transported to the hospital because of injuries sus-
tained during the October protest.
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