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CLASSIFIED: 764-0557 Monday
wwwmichigandallycom One hundred ten years ofedtorialfreedommay 14, 2001
Dolan to head1B-School

yElizabeth Kassab
Daily News Editor and myself," Dolan said. "We are along the same wavelength
on what a great business school should be about."
Robert Dolan, a professor of business administration at the Dolan also said he felt comfortable working with University
Harvard University School of Business, has been selected to faculty.
head the University of Michigan Business school, University "The spirit of scholarship and research
of Michigan President Lee Bollinger and Provost Nancy Can- excellence just comes through and the Uni-
tor announced Friday. versity's history of effective collaboration
"It is a great honor and thrill to be the next Dean of the Busi- across the different Schools within the Uni-
ness School. I have been a long-time fan of the School," Dolan versity is ... a real asset for us in addressing
said. the most important business problems of
Dolan sill assume the position July 1 following approval by today," lie said. "Within the business school,
e University Board of Regents. I really liked the obvious commitment and
"Bob Dolan is known for his own personal scholarly Dol special feelings that the faculty had about
achievement and dedication to teaching students, his support of lan the place."
academic values, and his nurturing of young faculty," Bollinger Dolan will be a tenured professor of marketing and a Gilbert
said in a statement. and Ruth Whitaker Professor of Business Administration.
Dolan said lie is committed to cultivating a link between Dolan's appointment comes after an eight-month search
academies and research, which is also a primary focus of the chaired by Prof. Joel Slemrod. The search considered more
Business School. than 100 candidates.
"I am very comfortable with the 'fit' beween the School See DOLAN, Page 2
/U' nixes finering otion
By Lindsey Alpert ig service is the console location," said ITCS administrators said they exam-
l p ITCS Systems Manager Seth Meyer. "It ined several options, such as removing
allowed people to physically go there the finger service completely in favor of
The University Information Technolo- and find (the person). Obviously that the alternative real-time messaging sys-
gy Central Services has changed its fin- can be used for good or bad." tern, Zypher, or keeping a finger service
gering methods in the telnet system due Users that logged into the telnet sys- that does not give away console locations.
to cases of stalking. The finger service, tem were able to type in anyone's unique ITCS chose the latter system, which will
originally provided for researchers to name to find out the last time the person remain in place until further notice.
locate their colleagues online, has seen was logged in, as well as the location Zypher "is actually a voluntary serv-
oblems within the past few years from which they were logged in. Finger- ice," Meyer said. "If you don't want peo-
because of a lack of privacy. ing also allowed users to access the ple to know where you are, you can turn
"One of the pieces of information "ytalk" system, which functions as a real- it off. This way, it isn't forced on users.
that can be obtained through the finger- time online conversation mechanism. See TELNET, Page 2

Protesters of the May 9, 1998 Ku Klux Klan recruitment rally face police through
temporary fencing put up in preparation for the gathering. Some protesters allegedly
became violent, and nineteen were arrested. Six are again facing rioting charges.
Anti-KKK ralliers
chrei eisae

Student drivers
ca for union
By Shabina Khafzl
tor the Daily
Hoping to prevent what they contend to be outsourcing of
their jobs to the Ann Arbor Transportation Authority, Universi-
ty student bus drivers filed a petition with the Michigan
Employment Relations Commission to form their own union.
"As students we have different needs that aren't fulfilled by
the current contract, which excludes all residual employees,"
said LSA senior Cybele Blood, a student bus driver.
In order to secure an election among potential members to
consider unionization, state law requires at least one third of
potential members to show interest. Ninety percent of the stu-
dent bus drivers signed union cards. For the motion to pass
without employer consent, the MERC would have to approve
an employee election, in which the majority of employees eli-

siY seRsso a y
A student boards a bus to North Campus. Ninety percent of
student bus drivers have expressed interest in unionizing.
gible to vote would have to vote in favor of unionizing.
A conference call Tuesday commenced MERC's evaluation
process and gave University representatives the opportunity to
voice their concerns over the motion to unionize.
See UNION, Page 2

By MarIa Sprow
Daily Ness Editsr
The Michigan Court Appeals reinstat-
ed charges last week against six men
accused of inciting a riot at a May 1998
Ku Klux Klan rally held in front of Ann
Arbor City Hall. The charges had been
dismissed by Washtenaw County Cireuit
Judge Donald Shelton in 1999. Warble-
naw County Prosecutor Brian Mackie
had appealed Shelton's decision.
Sung Kim, Michael Fuqua, Adam
Lerman, Philip Vandevoorde, Johnathon
Hughes and Zachary Thomas will again
face charges for tearing apart temporary
fencing, throwing rocks at police offi-
cers and charging City Hall.
In his opinion, Shelton concluded that
the prosecutor failed to prove that "the
defendant's violent conduct caused, or
created serious risk of causing public ter-
ror and alarm," two requirements needed

in order to file charges of rioting under
state law.
Shelton concluded that creating fear
amongst police officers is different from
creating public alarm because officers
are not civilians.
"The prosecution contention that the
on-duty police were the 'public' within
the meaning of the statute is without
merit. Such a construction would con-
vert ... every violent act committed by 5
or more people against a police officer
into the crime of riot," he said in the
opinion.
In their opinion, the Court of Appeals
Judges Donald E. Holbrook, Jr., Gary R.
McDonald and Henry W Saad said the
disagreement over whether police offi-
cers are members of the public is not
important.
"The statute also applies to violent
conduct that creates a serious risk of
See TRIAL, Page 2

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NEWS
Spring/Summer classes at the Biologica
Station and New Hampshire offer
students a change of scenery.
ne&

ARTS
DEEP FREEZE
Musical dynamos Weezer and Tool forge
their long-awaited comebacks with new
CDs and a Tool concert Friday in Detroit.
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SPORTS
HARD TIMES
The Michigan softball team lost 2-1 to
Iowa in the Big Ten championship game
yesterday after beating them Friday 6-1.
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