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Page 2 - The Michigan Daily - Sunday, September 11, 1983
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Fans drip
(Continued from Page 1)
And vendor Mike Siegal elicited more
laughs than sales with his argyle
sweatshirts. "You'resin Michigan,
you're gonna need these when it gets
cold," he pleaded to the throngs who
whisked by, as he stood over his rather
full boxes.
Back in the stands, keeping cool took
priority over paying attention to a
mostly lifeless football game. The real
desperate ones (those who couldn't wait
30 minutes or more to buy a Coke) dove
for the concession company's ice truck.
Filling cups, hats, and sacks made of
rolled up shirts - which were dripping
wet before they even took them off -
heat-weary fans scraped ice from the
bottom of the truck.
The most popular fans were those
with water-filled wine skins who
sprayed the closest few rows.
And the happiest ones of all were
those who stayed in air-conditioned
living rooms waiting for the replay on
TV last night.
Union Store robbed
An unidentified man broke through
security bars of The Emblem Shop in
the Michigan Union early yesterday
morning, stealing about $600 in mer-
chandise, police officials said. The
suspect was spotted by University
security officials who chased him,
recovering some of the merchandise,
but he escaped, said Ann Arbor Police
Sargent Paul Bunten.
- Barbara Misle

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Complied from Associated Press and
United Press international reports
Six die in Chilean demonstration
SANTIAGO, Chile - A report yesterday that gunmen killed a young man
in a crowd protesting military rule brought the death toll from two nights of
anti-government demonstrations to ix.
Police prepared for more violence during today's official celebration
marking the 10th anniversary of thecoup that overthrew the elected gover-
nment of the late Marxist President Salvador Allende and brought Gen.
Augusto Pinochet to power.
Maria Arellano said yesterday that gunmen in a passing car killed her
brother, Jorge Sebastian, and wounded two other people. The three victims
were part of a crowd of about 50 demonstrating Friday night in the Santiago
working district of Sol de America, she said. Youths chanting slogans again-
st Pinochet had lit a bonfire close by.
After Arellano was shot, the killers drove past a busload of riot policemen
parked a few yards away from the shooting, she said.
The government declined to comment on the report amid speculation the
killers were plainclothes policemen.
State to replace contaminated
water system in Brighton
BRIGHTON - The state Highway Department, five years after admitting
its road salt had contaminated the water supply of 300 families near
Brighton, has agreed to pay for a new $2 million water system to serve the
Fonda Lake area.
A consent judgment was entered Friday before Livingston County Circuit
Judge Stanley Latreille stating that the department will pay for a new com-
munity well for Fonda Lake residents, who have been supplied bottled water
at state expense since January 1979.
The new water system should be serving residents by next July, said
assistant attorney general Patrick McElmurry.
Road salt stored outdoors at the Highway Department garage in Brighton
had filtered into groundwater as early as 1972, evidence showed.
By 1975, a well driller found high sodium levels in a residential well near
the garage. However, Fonda Lake residents were not warned about possible
contamination until December 1978, after they complained about a salty
taste to their water.
The state has estimated the cost of the new system at nearly $2 million. It
will provide an additional $25,000 to local water authority for initial costs,
plus a $130,000 operating subsidy to get the system going.
Ireland expels Soviet diplomats
DUBLIN, Ireland - The Soviet Embassy in Dublin was a "clearing house
for a major international spy ring," Irish government sources were quoted
as saying yesterday after the expulsion of three Soviets.
The Foreign Ministry on Friday expelled Soviet First Secretary and Press
Attache Guennadi Saline and Second Secretary Viktor Lipasov and his wife,
Irona, citing "unacceptable activities" - diplomatic language for spying.
The ministry, without elaborating, said the charges against them were
"substantial, grave and certain."
Two British papers quoted security sources as saying Mrs. Lipasov was an
officer of the Soviet KGB who visited Northern Ireland, London and the in-
dustrial north of England on intelligence gathering missions.
The Mail on Sunday quoted security sources as saying Mrs. Lipasov led a'
spy ring that organized the supply of Soviet ams and ammunition to units of
the outlawed Irish Republican Army operating in Northern Ireland England.
Press Association, the British domestic news agency, quoted an Irish
governmentsource as saying the expelled Soviets had been "linked toin-
telligence-gathering from countries outside Ireland, including Britain."
Latin American leaders reach
agreement on peace proposal
PANAMA CITY, Panama - The foreign ministers of nine Latin American
countries agreed yesterday on a plan for peace in Central America calling
for regional negotiations, disarmament and a cutback in foreign advisers.
"For the first time foreign ministers of the region's five countries are in
agreement with respect to very concrete measures," Panamian Foreign
Minister Oydeen Ortega Duran told reporters at the end of three-day
meeting.
The four so-called Contadora countries - Colombia, Mexico, Panama and
Venezuela - have made peace proposals before, but this is the first time the
foreign ministers of Guatemala, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Nicaragua and
Honduras have endorsed such a plan.
Details of the document approved at the meeting were withheld pending
official approval by the governments involved.
Ortega said the document calls for progressive disarmament to be enfor-
ced through systematic checks on regional arms supplies together with a
cutback on the number of foreign military advisers in Central America.

He also said it stressed the Contadora group's efforts to bring Central
America's conflicts to the negotiating table, and eventually to use "ballots
instead of bullets" to settle their differences.

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Sunday, September 11, 1983
(ISSN 0745-967X)
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Opinion Page Editors ... ............. DAVID SPAK
BILL SPINDLE
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SUSAN MAKUCH
Sports Editor ..JOHN KERR
Associate Sports Editors ......... JIM DWORMANI'
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