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2 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, May 22, 1996


CONDOS CUTS said. "But it is clear we cannot oper- In
Co dmod from Page 1 Continued from Page 1 ate the way we operated in the past."
A rally protesting the hospital cuts
the price of the sale. He said the lic support." was held outside the Union following re
University is "giving away a valuable "Most of these cuts are aimed at sup- the public comments session. Carrying
asset" and that a private developer port staff and not administrative (staff), signs which read "Cut the fat, not the By La
would pay between $1.5 and $2 mil- which is more of an underlying cost bone," the demonstrators spoke out Dily
lion for the property. than you want to acknowledge or rec- angrily about the downsizing. Th
"(The land) is grossly underpriced," ognize," Irby said. "We're going to be facing hard times, Unive
Baker said. More than we're going fire a
Baker said he had not seen the actu- 1,100 hospital to need soli- Phi E
al appraisal or the property and that employees are - darity more than
assesment offered by Womack could expected to be It 1$ fs my hope [ t than ever," Conti
be correct. laid off within Irby said. reque
Baker said the University's invest- the next year, we can find creativ One nurse, its rel
ment in the "luxury project" would be in accordance . - who asked to syste
"sending the wrong message at the with the SOuU.Iuiuw thaitprotect r e m a i n "O
wrongtime" to the University commu- University -ianonymous, is t
nity. Baker cited the criticism of the M e di ca I 1their jobs NED said she was Unive
University's financial management C e n t e r 's - James Duderstadt angry with conne
and concerns about Medical Ceneter attempts to University President the the f
layoffs offered to the regents in downsize and Professional and
Thursday's public comments session become more N u r s e s aroun
as part of his objection to the project. cost-efficient. Council, a nurses' union, and she did U n i
"It benefits a tiny minority," Baker University President James not want to open up her contract to sa id
said. "It's not exactly poverty hous- Duderstadt said he was deeply con- make concessions. Con
ing.' cerned about the hospital cuts. "I'm angry with the union because attorr
Womack said the sale would not "It is my hope that we can find cre- they won't support us," she said. "They Melli
actually be completed until construc- ative solutions that protect their jobs; manipulate things, they're in with Th
tion begins in about a year. they are valued employees," Duderstadt management." U n v
Last week, the union mailed sur- respo
veys to its members, asking if they stem
would be willing to make any type 'in lo
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surance company claims 'U'
sponsible for Greek system.
urie Mayk universities have official ties to the
ditor in Chief campus Greek systems, the University
e pending lawsuit charging the does not follow that "norm."
rsity of negligence in last year's "The University of Michigan is
t the local chapter of the Sigma abnormal - or doesn't have a stan-
psilon fraternity is bringing more dard (relationship between the
financial issues to the forefront. University and the Greek system),"
nental Insurance Company is Landes said.
sting that the University define Mellish said the case is currently ia
ationship with the campus Greek the discovery process, which requirA
m. each party named to file official state-
ur theory ments of its
that the positions. The
'rsity has a - judge presiding
ction with our the Wr is over this case
raternities will allow up to
sororities *Eatte V six months of
id con ecton discovery, he
d the has a sy, said.
with fraternities "We have to
tinental find out ho
ey Ronald and sororities r .W much conr*
sh. the University
e - Ronald Mellish extends over
versity's Counsel for Continental fraternities and
insibilties sororities -
from "the particularly the
co parentes' idea," Mellish said. Sig Ep house," Mellish said.
oco parentes" refers to the idea Vice President for University
chools have a parental responsi- Relations Walter Harrison called the
to enrolled students in legal and relationship "complex."
I matters. "The Greek system is independe9
ly thought is that since ... stu- of the University in property matters,'
are lodged in fraternities and Harrison said. "(In non-property mat-
ties, (the University has) some ters) the University has influence, not
nsibility to see that the students control."
afe," he said. Harrison said the University admin-
iversity President James istration works with the Office of
rstadt said the University does Greek Life and the individual chapters
ollow the theory of "in loco par- on various issues, but doesn't have a
jurisdiction over the Greek system as a
lost universities, including this whole.
do not view their relationship "We work with the Greek syste
their Greek system in that way," when they affect the Ann Arbor cot
rstadt said. "If you ask students if munity," Duderstadt said. "We don't
oco parentes' exists, they'll say, own their properties. We don't have
no."' rights to appoint advisers to them."
erfraternity Council coordinator - Daily News Editor Jennifer Hainev
Landes said that although many contributed to this report.
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