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Page 2-Tuesday, September 15, 1981-The Michigan Daily
UESDAY LUNCI-DISCUSSIONS
BEOIN UESDAY SEPTEMBER15,
12NOON at the Internatifal center
"FOREIGN STUDENT INFORMANTS
AND THE DEATH OF WEN-CHEN-WEN:
An Investigative Story Unfolds"
Speaker: BONNIE DE SIMONE
NEXT WEEK (September 22):
"Middle East, Peoples in
Conflict, and Churches in the USA"
Speaker: DR. HENRY BUCHER
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For information call 662-5529
Co-sponsored by The Ecumenical Campus Center

Fight song composed
via long-distance call

IN BRIEF
Compiled from Associated Press and L
United Press International reports

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irreplaceable. They're the two greatest
fight songs ever written."
BUT THAT doesn't mean "Michigan
Go Go Blue" doesn't have drive and
spirit, Revelli says. It has "all the
things that make up a good fight song.
It's another song to rouse good
Michigan spirit," he said.I
Revelli, who led the Michigan Mar-
ching Band and more than 40 high

school bands during halftime at Satur-
day's game, said the response to
"Michigan Go Go Blue" was excellent.
"I hope the band plays it at Michigan
games, but I won't be terribly disap-
pointed if they don't," Revelli said.
"It's a good song and I think it will cat-
ch on. If it does I'll be thrilled to death.
It's one of those things you dream
about."

Michigan Go Go Blue
Cheer, cheer, cheer for Mich-i-gan,
Loud and clear for Michi-gan,
Var-si-ty, vic-to-ry,
Go, go, blue, rah, rah, rah
Fight, fight, fight for Mich-i-gan,
Show your might for Mich-i-gan,
Get that ball, win it all,
For Mich-i-gan.

Cody says he's 'persecuted'
CHICAGO- Cardinal John Cody says he is a victim of "persecution" in
charges he diverted up to $1 million in tax-exempt church funds to a woman
friend.
"When I was ordained I knew there would be troubled times-certainly
never like this-but I never thought this type of persecution would continue
in our enlightened age," Cody said Sunday during a 25th anniversary
celebration at a church in suburban Westchester.
The Chicago Sun-Times, in a series of copyright reports, has revealed the
U.S. attorney's office is investigating the cardinal or allegedly funneling
tax-exempt church money to his 74-year-old stepcousin, Helen Dolan Wilson.
The Sun-Times said yesterday a federal grand jury also was investigating
whether the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Chicago was the source of a
personal loan of $30,000 made to Wilson's son, David.
Haig warns Congress
against blocking AWACs sale
SHANNON, Ireland- Secretary of State Alexander Haig said yesterday
that if Congress blocks the sale of AWAC planes to Saudi Arabia there would
be "serious consequences on our policies and objectives in the Middle East."
Haig told reporters in a wide-ranging discussion on his Washington-bound
flight from West Germany that administration officials "intend to have this
thing go through" and suggested U.S. policy toward Israel-vehemently
against the sale-would be altered if Congress prohibits it."
Asked to spell out the consequences, he refused, saying, "I'm not going to
address worst-case situations because we intend to have this thing go
through."
He said the entire American strategy for defending the Middle East again:
st outside aggression rests in part on supplying the Saudis with the radar :p
surveillance planes. Failure to do so Would be "a major setback to what we
are trying to achieve," he said, adding he made that point "in great detail"
to Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin in Washington last week.

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car crash test results
WASHINGTON- The government said yesterday it will continue auto
crash tests, but no longer will assign pass or fail grades to particular models
and will reassess whether a single test is enough to make an accurate'
judgment.
Raymond Peck, head of the National Highway Traffic Safety Ad;'
ministration, said the old practice of giving cars a pass or fail grade may,
have misled the public at times and been unfair to manufacturers.
But he said the agency will continue the tests and will release numerical,
results, leaving it to the public to judge a car's crash worthiness.
Peck said in an interviewthat labeling a car as having passed or failed the
tests-a practice strongly criticized by the auto industry-may exaggerate
the danger of some autos while conveying "a false sense of security" about
others.
Harvey threatens Bermuda-
MIAMI- Hurricane Harvey, the most powerful tropical storm of this
season, yesterday became the fourth consecutive hurricane within two
weeks to aim at Bermuda.
Harvey follows near-miss encounters Bermuda has endured since Sept. 1
with hurricanes Emily, Floyd, and Gert, a total described by U.S.
forecasters as "pretty unusual" in hurricane history. Harvey is mucl
stronger than its predecessors, with 110 mph winds and a radius of 250 miles
from its center.
The hurricane, some 400 miles off Bermuda's coast, is expected to
strengthen, keeping on a northerly course which will further remove any
threat to the United States.

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1981
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