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2 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, August 10, 1994

Miranda to stay with mom during appeal

ELECTIONS
Continued from page 1
Abraham also served as deputy chiefof
staff for Vice President Dan Quayle.
Abraham also had a tight race
against Ronna Romney, who held the
advantage of name recognition, being
the former daughter-in-law of former
Gov. George Romney.
Both Abraham and Romney have
agreed to put their disagreements be-
hind them, in the interest of unifying

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the party. "It's just like a family, you
put your differences aside and you go
forward," Romney said.
Republican John Schall willmrun for
the first time against state Rep. Lynn
Rivers for a seat in the 13th congres-
sional district.
For a seat in the 53rd district for the
state legislature, former Democratic
Ann Arbor Mayor Liz Brater will chal-
lenge Republican Renee Birnbaum.
Brater swept past Councilmember Pe-
ter Nicolas with nearly 2-1 margin in
the primary.
DemocratAlma Wheeler Smith, an
aide to Pollack, faces Republican Joe
MikulecforPollack'sstateSenateseat.
With Nov. 8 less than three months
away, all of the nominees will be busy
on the campaign trail.
- The Associated Press
contributed to this report.
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By Michelle Lee Thompson
DAILY STAFF REPORTER
Onelittle decision for the Michigan
Court of Appeals, one big relief for
Jennifer Ireland.
Thecourtdecidedyesterday toblock
the transfer of Ireland's daughter
Maranda during Ireland's appeal.Judge
Raymond Cashen earlier awarded cus-
tody of the child to her father, Steven
Smith. Cashen originally set the trans-

fer date for tomorrow.
"I feel wonderful to know that I
don't have to prepare her to go. It's like
100,000 pounds have been lifted from
my shoulders," Ireland said.
Ireland said she plans to return to
the University in the fall. She is trying
to arrange housing for herself and
Maranda.
The case has been in the national
spotlight since Smith was awarded cus-

MOVE-IN
Continued from page 1
low the staggered plan.
Pattrice Maurer, directorof the Ann
Arbor Tenants Union, said the Univer-
sity must allow all students to move in
on Aug. 31.
"Under the state Lock-Out Law, a
tenant who is denied access to hisorher
dwelling due to the deliberate actions
of the landlord is eligible for dam-
ages," Maurer said.
Housing spokesperson Alan Levy
said the University has no plans to stop
students from moving in on the first
days of their leases. "The staggered
move-in is a voluntary program."
But Levy warned, "It's important
that wegetlarge-scalecompliance,and
we've said it as emphatically as we can
say it, for everyone's sake."
All residence halls will open Aug.
31, and be staffed enough to aid stu-
dents should they wish to move in on
some other day than is designated for
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Maurer also offered some bleak
thoughts on the University's policy for
move-in.
"I'm appalled but certainly not sur-
prised by the disrespect the University
is showing its student renters," she
said. "I hope first-year students under-
stand that this is just a sample of the
treatment U-M has in store for them."
To clear the streets for move-in, the
University will pay the city $5,400 to
offsetparkingmeterrevenueand$8,280
for occupancy of the public right-of-
way by the University - $13,680 in
fees.
Mayor Ingrid Sheldon confirmed
that those fees were comparable to the
fees assessed for the art fairs, and in-
cludes "all the tickets we would get."
A few other changes differentiate
this year from past move-ins: The Uni-
versity has limited vending to certain
sites, and is restricting vending from a
three-block radius of campus housing.
Ann Arbor Police Department Lt.
Norm Melby said the University had
organized three areas where entrepre-
neurs could sell their goods, allowing
them clearance by permit on a bidding
basis.

I'm appalled but
certainly not surprised
by the disrespect the
University is showing
its student renters.'
-Pattrice Maurer
AATU directo2
Councilmember Peter Nicolas (D
4th Ward) called the University'
planned attempt atequalizingtthe nu.
ber of each type of vendor at each sit
"a planned economy."
Vending will be permitted in th
triangular parkinglot betweenPackart
Street, Madison Avenue and Thotrp
son Street, on Palmer Field, and it
front of Bursley Hall.
"This happens to be a superb ex
ample of the city and the Universit'
working together on something that i
of mutual importance,"Levy said. "It'
a little like planning a small militar
operation - there are hundreds of de
tails."

tody. Many causes are lining up behi
both parents-the National Orga
tion forWomen and the American Ci
Liberties Union on Ireland's side at
the National Congress for Men a
Children on Smith's, among others.
Smith said he has paid no attenti
to these organizations. "I don't want
be a spokesperson for anybody. I ha
this media blitz.Idon't care about wh
anybody but the judges think."

Correction:
Paul Hill is a former Presbyterian minister. A recent conference on justifiabl
homicide was conducted by pro-life leaders who were not exclusively Catholi.
representatives. This was incorrectly reported in an Aug. 3 editorial.
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