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Administrators, MSA debate future of legal service
etudent Legal Services to undergo reorganization; administrators, MSA discuss options
)y Julie Becker in control of the organization and in status for its dent tuition bills. However, financial separation was only the
AlLY STAFF REPORTER employees. "That's had alot of benefits for us," said SLS first step in the reorganization of SLS. Lewis said
For employees and consumers of Student Until last summer, SLS was a subunit of the Director Douglas Lewis. He said SLS is now able one main problem with the current system is that
.egal Services (SLS), this summer and fall will Michigan Student Assembly, which allocated to determine its fee independently, and raise it if SLS employees - which include four attorneys,
e a time of change. funding out of its budget and appointed amajority need be, rather than being subject to the con- aparalegal, asecretary and ahousing specialist-
One year after a funding modification for of the SLS governing board. This was altered in straints of the MSA budget. are not official University employees, meaning
LS, the organization - which has been operat- June 1993, when the Board of Regents approved Lewis also noted that seeing SLS on their they enjoy none of the benefits given to those
since the 1970s and provides free legal aid to MSA'sproposalfor financialseparation-mean- tuition bills makes students more aware of the working for the University.
dents-is looking toward even more dramatic ing that for the past year SLS has been funded service. "It's a sort of free publicity for us," he In addition, "The salaries are way past artifi-
hanges. These changeswill likely resultin a shift independently and has its own line item on stu- said.y
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By Ryan White
DAILY SPORTS WRITER
INDIANAPOLIS - Three years
ago Juwan Howard and Jalen Rose
came to Michigan with dreams of win-
now set their sights higher - a world
Last Wednesday, at the Hoosier
Dome in Indianapolis, Rose and
Howard followed friend and former
teammate Chris Webber away from
Ann Arbor and into the NBA.
Howard was chosen fifthoverall by
the Washington Bullets, while Rose is
Though Howard didn't look it, he
said he was extremely happy about the
"I'm so excited about (being cho-
sen fifth)," he said. "I'm hoping that I
can go play tomorrow."
Rose was looking to be a lottery
pick (top 11), but said that he was more
than happy going where he did.
9 "I'm not disappointed," he said. "I
wanted to be in the NBA and I'm in the
NBA. I've got a great shot with a great
team and I'm going tomake thermostof
The two were drafted only eight
spots apart but find themselves going
to very different teams.
The Bullets are one of the league's
Is he can help significantly.
"(Washington) needs a guy like me
who can score inside and rebound," he
Howard also downplayed the im-
new profile of
No. 5 draft pick Juwan Howard shakes NBA Commissioner David Stern's hand.
DNA testing helps
suspects in case
By Naomi Snyder
DAILY STAFF REPORTER
cials released an improved description
of the city's alleged serial rapist last
Sgt. Phil Scheel said the police are
asking Ann Arbor residents if they
know someone who fits some or all of
the traits of the profile.
Police base the psychological traits
on what they know of the rapist and the
general characteristics of serial rapists
that the Michigan State Police and the
FBI have compiled.
The police psychological descrip-
tion of the suspected rapist shows vari-
ous characteristics of the suspect:
The police believe the rapist has
a low opinion of women and that if he
has a girlfriend or wife, he is probably
abusive toward her.
S Itis believed thathe angers easily
and reacts physically, and thathe thinks
that he is victimized by women.
* The suspect may have been ar-
rested for domestic violence or child
abuse before, police believe.
*The allegedrapistprobably works
a manual labor job in which he per-
E He was probably aproblem child
portance of personal accolades like
those collected by Webber last season.
"I'm not concerned about Rookie
of the Year. All I'm concerned about is
helping the Bullets become a better
team," he said.
Rose, on the other hand, is heading
to a team which recently pulled off the
biggest upset in the history of the NBA
when, as a No. 8 seed, the Nuggets
knocked the No. 1-seeded Seattle Su-
personicsout of theplayoffs in the first
Rose said the Nuggets were his top
choice all along.
"If I had to circle a team, Denver
would have been the one I would have
circled, because they're young," Rose
said. "Everybody is going to make
money, but I want to be part of an up-
and-coming team and have a chance to
win a ring."
Rose was considered intriguing by
many in the NBA because they were
not sure what he was. He played every
position a Michigan, and no one was
quite sure where he would fit in the
NBA. Rose, however, believes that he
will be playing point guard for the
For his part, Howard wasn't very
concerned with where he'd be playing.
"I'm aplayer," he said. "Whatever
See WOLvERINES, Page 11
, The police believe the suspect is
most likely not a homeless person,
because he would need a place of ref-
uge after the attacks.
* Following an unsuccessful at-
tack,he is probably frustrated, while he
would be calm if he succeeded.
* The suspect would either be ex-
tremely interested in media attention
See RAPIST, Page 2