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MSA will survey
foreign students to'
helpassess their needs

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By BILL SPINDLE
The Michigan Student Assembly, ex-
pecting a significant increase in the
number of foreign students coming to
the University, will survey the inter-
national students already here to
determine what special problems the
students will face.
Kathy Hartrich, the MSA member in
charge of the project, said that as more
and more students arrive at the
University from outside the United
States, there will be a greater need for
MSA to respond to help address their
problems.
SHE SAID the survey will help MSA
determine what the problems are and
how best to seek solutions for them.
The survey will "assess the needs of,
foreign students so they can be
prioritized," said Hartrich, who added
that the results will be made available
to University counseling services as a
reference in assisting international

students.
She added that the information will
be available to other universities and
colleges also for use by counselors or
administrators.
THE SURVEY, to be distributed next
month, will request information in two
general areas, Hartrich said. The first
section of the questionnaire will ask
foreign studentshow often they use
existing University services, such as
the International Center, the Health
Service, and academic counseling. The
second portion will ask foreign students
what non-existing services they think,
the University should provide.
The survey results should also help
administrators of these services to
judge how they could better gear their
programs to meet the needs of foreign
students, she said. Also, the question-
naire may make foreign students
aware of all the services available to
them, she added.

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IN-BRIEF
Compiled from. Associated Press and
United Preis international reports
Polish regime attacks clergy
WARSAW, Poland- Communist Poland's martial law regime stepped up
its attack on the Roman Catholic clergy yesterday; and a West German
newspaper quoted reliable sources in Warsaw as saying a nationwide roun-
dup of priests is planned.
In its second broadside against the church in two days, Radio Warsaw said
that some "lower Catholic clergy" were rekindling "old sources of conflict"
such as placing of religious symbols (crosses) in public places, state in-
stitutions and schools.
,Meanwhile, in West Germany, the respected newspaper Frankfurter
Allgemeine quoted "reliable sources in Warsaw" as saying the Polish
regime plans a major attack on the clergy in two or three weeks, with
nationwide arrests of priests and broadcasts of forged tapes.
UAW snubs GM request
DETROIT- United Auto Workers President Douglas Fraser labeled as
"presumptuous" yesterday General Motors Chairman Roger Smith's
request for the resumption of failed contract talks.
However, Fraser conceded hourly workers' opposition to contract
"givebacks" may be dwindling in the face of plant closings and cutbacks by
GM.
Husband held in Mich. killing
FARWELL, Mich.- The estranged husband of qne of seven people killed
at a farmhouse was arrested yesterday and a warrant was issued charging
him with seven counts of murder, according to Clare County Sheriff Ghazey
Aleck.
According to Aleck, Haggart was arrested about 6:30 p.m,.after a Jasper
businessman; who had learned of-the murders through newspaper and
television reports, spotted Haggart's car.I
Aleck said investigators had followed up nearly 100 tips in the search for
Haggart.
Haggert's wife, Garnetta, 23, was one of the seven victims found Tuesday
at a farm in Surrey Township in southern Clare County. The other victims
were her parents, a sister and three of the sister's children. A baby girl was
the only survivor.
Haggart and his wife were to have appeared Wednesday in Clare County
Circuit Court in nearby Harrison for a final divorce decree. The couple,
married a year ago, had been living in Brandon, Fla.
Evidence contested in Atlanta
ATLANTA- A fiber expert newly recruited by the defense testified
yesterday that fibers found on the bodies of Wayne Williams' alleged victims
cannot positively be traced to the accused killer's home.
Dr. Randall Bresee, a professor at Kansas State University, cited several
examples of similar fibers he found in other places.
The river where the bodies were found is "full of fibers," said Bresee, and
fibers similar to those found on the victims were discovered in an attorney's
office building and a fabric store. ;
But, prosecution fiber experts testified that scientific tests on 18 different
types of fibers and hairs taken from the victims' bodies matched fibers from
18 different sources in Williams' home and car. The state witnesses said
that, with that large number of matches, it would be "virtually impossible"
for the fibers to have come from anywheie else.
South African ship sinks{
CAPE TOWN, South Africa- The frigate President Kruger, flagship of the
South African Navy, sank yesterday in a collision with a supply tanker
during night maneuvers in gale-lashed seas south of the Cape of Good Hope.
Officials listed 13 sailors missing after rescuers picked up 177 men.
Witnesses flying over the scene reported seeing only "a few broken planks
and an empty orange life jacket' where the 2,500-ton Kruger went down in
10,000.feet of water after slamming into the-19,000-ton Tafelberg.
Helicopter rescue teams and other navy ships, including the damaged
Tafelberg, picked up the stranded crewmen from angry seas and braved
wind gusts of more than 45 mph in hopes of finding more survivors.

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Baseball Great) Koichi here has
been giving me a new angle on
baseball. It seems the game's a
little different in Japan:
KOICHI NUMAZAWA (Former
Japanese Baseball Great):
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smaller over there.
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tioned it, I guess you guys are
kinda smaller. Does that mean
you drink Lite Beer 'cause it's less
filling?
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BOOG: Tastes great? That's why I
drink it, too! I guess we have a lot,
more in common than I thought:
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a Japanese team.
KOICHI: Shtstop ery funny.
BOOG: Shortstop?! Very funny.

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Vol. XCII, No. 116
Friday, February 19, 1982
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JULIE HINDS
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MICHAELMtUGET
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