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Arts 4 Spider-Man 2' gets it right this
whtime arousd
Sports 14 Al Montoya sears decisisn
whether to stay for junior year

One-A undred-tzirteen years of editorialfreedom

Tuesday, July 6, 2004
Summer Weekly

www.michigandaily.com Ann Arbor, Michigan * Vol. CXIII, No. 148 ©2004 The Michigan Daily

"Meat" me in Detroit

'U':Crisis
line service
will remain
at SAPAC

TREVOR CAMPBELL/Dily 11;y11LI c-ta .
Dwayne Burgan of Big Fella's Bar-B-Q and Bakery in Detroit grills up pork ribs at Comerica TasteFest yesterday. The OVC member Kathryn Turnock, who was a volunteer
festival began Thursday and ended yesterday, and was located in the New Center Area of downtown Detroit, near staff member of the crisis line, said the group considers
the Fisher Building. New Center Council sponsored the event, which was free of admission costs. this decision a victory because the University is not mov-
Inside: Extended coverage of TasteFest 2004, Page 2. ing the service to SAFEHouse.
"The University will still have responsibility for its own
M " " ' students instead of asking them to go to an outside agency.
M ilita y m om in F a ren eit 9' will make it easier for the University to have statistics of
assaults on campus and they will have a better handle on
the University climate," she said.
include features and services that admintatrators as well as
spea s tocro d atweek nd cree ing some SAPAC volunteers and staffers said were lacking
when it was student-run.
By Donn M. Fresard response to anti-Bush sentiments American troops in Iraq should expressed support for Cpl. Abdul One of the main concerns was "having the (call)
Daily Staff Reporter and hissed in disgust at Bush be withdrawn immediately. Henderson, a soldier who said in answered by a person not by a pager," Cichy said of the
Administration officials such as "I just pray God will get the film that he would refuse to current system, which puts callers on hold until a volun-
A crowd of more than 600 peo- Deputy Defense Secretary Paul (Bush) out of office before any- return to Iraq if called. teer can be reached and sometimes requires a callback
ple filled the Michigan Theater Wolfowitz, who was shown licking thing happens," she said in "Should anyone try to throw By having a professionally-trained staff, calls will
Sunday night for a screening of a comb before running it through response to a question about the him in jail ... I will personally always be answered, and callers do not have to worry
Michael Moore's documentary his hair in preparation for a televi- possibility of a military draft. try to handcuff myself to him," about reaching a student volunteer who may know them
"Fahrenheit 9/11," hosted by the sion appearance. Lipscomb, a self-described Lipscomb said of Henderson. from class, Cichy added. Other features planned for the
Ann Arbor Area Committee for After the film, Lipscomb took patriot and strong supporter of the Lipscomb is shown in the new crisis line are Telephone-Typewriter services for
Peace and followed by a discussion the stage to speak briefly, then military who encouraged two of film reading from the last letter the hearing impaired as well as a Language Line trans-
with Lila Lipscomb, a Flint answered questions from the her children to enlist, expressed sent home by her son, Sgt. lating service.
woman whose son died serving the crowd. She encouraged audience sentiments that at times appeared Michael Pederson, who was Even though the University may have conceded par-
Army in Iraq and who played a members to tell others to see contradictory. Although she said killed in Iraq in a helicopter tially to OVC's demands, Turnock said the group is
key role in the film. "Fahrenheit 9/11" and often echoed she believes soldiers should fulfill crash on April 2, 2003. In the still unhappy with the administration's decision to
The largely partisan audience Moore's points from the film. their oaths to the military, saying letter, Pederson expressed disil- move SAPAC's counselors to CAPS. OVC's website
frequently drowned out the film She said she prays for she "would never encourage any- lusionment with the war and lists a number of reasons that counseling for survivors
with applause and laughter in Bush's defeat and believes that body to break the law," she later See 9/11, Page 6 See SAPAC, Page 2

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