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The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 27, 1984 - page 7
Former
Student
~ *~ - truck
"lby car
A former University student was
struck by a car early Tuesday morning
while riding a bike on S. State Street
. .. .near the I-94 entrance ramp.
" J Naomi Braine, 20, who was a residen-
tial college sophomore last year, was
struck by a car while riding south on S.
State. The car which struck her was
yalsotraveling south, Ann Arbor police
Sgt. Jan Suomala said yesterday. She
was notaregistered forhclasses this
term, according to the University
registrar's office.
Te sTbike had no rear light or reflec-
tors, Suomala said. She was riding in
the second lane from the curb and the
car's driver, 32-year-old Clifford Dur-
fee of South Lyon, wasn't able to see the
Fem.bike,,Suomala said.
. .fix .____________ __

FAMOUS LAST WORDS
FROM FRIENDS TO FRIENDS.
"Are you OK to drive?"
"What's afew beers?"
"Did you have too much to drink?"
"I'm perfectly fine."
"Are you in any shape to drive?"
"I've never felt better"
"I think you've had afew too mny."
"You kiddie, I can drive
with my eyes closed."
"You'ye had too much to drink,
let me drive."
"Nobody drives my car but me."
"Are you OK to drive?"
. WhcKfew beers?"

Spot news
Snow Leopard triplets pose for their first picture yesterday at the zoo in Munich, Germany.

POLICE
NOTES

Deregulation frees long distance lines

Continued from Page 1)
%T&T;
Direct long distance dailing is part of
the federal government's deregulation
of AT&T. Last January the Federal
Communications Commission ruled
that phone users should enjoy the same
.access to private long distance com-
panies as to AT&T.
Customers should take a hard look at
alternative long distance services, said
Len Singer, a spokesman for Michigan
$Bell.
S "CUSTOMERS NOW should analyze
P 7 0
Phone 764-0558

their telephone bills and evaluate the
various companies accordingly to find
the cheapest rates to the places they
call the most," Singer said.
"Choosing the best long distance
company for them is like finding out the
cheapest flight to any place out of
town," he added.
The switchover, however, will not af-
fect residents in the University's dor-
mitories. For at least another year,
students still will be required to dial
additional numbers in order to get ac-
cess to long distance companies other
than AT&T.
THE UNIVERSITY plans to install
its own phone network by 1986 that will
combine several long distance com-
panies to get the cheapest routes for
calls from dorms and offices on cam-*
pus, Block said. At that time students
will begin receiving phone bills from
the University and not outside long
distance companies, she added.
"Eventually we will be subscribing to

several different ,long distance ser-
vices. But right now we'll be staying
with AT&T," Block said.
Michigan Bell will hook up customers
to the company of their choice without
an extra charge and will complete the
switchover in two phases, Wroblewski
said.
On Dec. 1, Ann Arbor residents with
the following phone number prefixes
will be given dial "1" access: 662, 663,
665, 668, 763, and 764. The remaining ex-
changes will be converted on Feb. 16,
1985.
The deregulation of the phone in-
dustry has allowed private long distan-
ce companies to use satellites instead of
telephone lines to transmit calls. This
switch has decreased charges and in-
creased the speed of transmission, said
Sarah Pentok, a sales representative
for MCI.
Customers of MCI and other alter-
native phone companies, however, will
not be able to make collect or person-to-
person calls, Pentok added.

Braine was thrown onto the hood of
Durfee's car and then went through the
windshield, Suomala said.
Yesterday, Braine was listed in fair
condition at University Hospital, ac-
cording to Stephen Hause, a hospital
spokesman. He said he could not
elaborate on the type of injuries she
received.
The driver had not been drinking,
Suomala said.
Stereo system stolen
A stereo, speaker, small amount of
cash, and flashlights, all valuing less
than $850 were stolen early Tuesday
morning during a break-in on the 1200
block of Prospect, Ann Arbor police
Sgt. Jan Suomala said yesterday. He
said burglars entered through an
unlocked door.
Video recorder snatched
A video recorder valued- at less than
$725 was stolen during a break-in
Tuesday afternoon on the 200 block of
N. State Street. According to police, a
prowler gained entrance by cutting a
screen to get into a window.
-Georgea Kovanis

f' a

DRINKING AND DRIVING
CAN KILL A FRIENDSHIP

U. S. Department of Transportation

Tell,

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Martin Marietta's matrix organiza-
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Here, your talents will be recognized.
Your contributions will be rewarded.
In addition, you'll often be chal-
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For example, we accepted NASA's
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Now that you're about to step out
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See our representative on
campus October 8
After interviewing with our repre-
sentative, pick up our full color
calendar poster of the Manned
Maneuvering Unit (pictured here).
If unable to interview at this time.

GRADUATING ENGINEERS,
WHEN YOU STEP OUT INTO
THE WORLD,
YOU'LL WANT TO WORK
WITH THE BEST
TECHNOLOGY AVAILABLE.

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