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Ninety-five Years
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Editorial Freedom.

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ol. XCV, No. 126 Copyright 1985, The Michigan Daily Ann Arbor, Michigan - Tuesday, March 12, 1985 Fifteen Cents Eight Pages
Gor ac ev to
lead Soviets
From P an UPIof a new generation to power in this achieved" by going to Moscow.
MOSCOW - President Konstantin vast nation, but not necessarily a major The president, whose administration
Chernenko, a longtime party stalwarst change in Soviet policy, now has spanned four Soviet leaders
and transition figure at the Soviet helm, GORBACHEV, WHO ROSE swiftly said he would be "more than ready" to
died Sunday at age 73. Within hours and surely to the inner circle of Soviet visit with Gorbachev once he settles in-
the Kremlin announced his successor - power, took over the Soviet Union's top to office. Reagan did not meet with any
post yesterday in the Kremlin's quan- of Gorbachev's predecessors.
A profile of Gorbachev appears on Page 5. turn jump to a new political generation. CHERNENKO, A PAR TY activist for
~ - President Reagan, skipping a chance 55 years, had finally reached the pin-
~ ~ ' ~54-year-old Mikhail Gorbachev, the to meet the Kremlin's new leader, said nacle of Moscow power last year, but
~ ~"''Politburo's youngest member. yesterday he decided not to attend the only as an elderly and enfeebled
The selection of economic specialist funeral of Chernenko because he was figurehead. He governed a mere 13
Gor bachev as Communist .Party busy visiting other foreign leaders and months, shortest tenure of any Kremlin
general secretary signaled the arrival "didn't see anything that could be chief.
Chernenko had little permanent im-
t patk oitscet.Bth i vr
esee a slight thawing in U.S.-Soviet
relations, enough to reopen the nuclear
tchneinovt linci. .ci arms talks the Soviets had suspended in
By LILY ENG close psr.late 1983.
and ARONA PEARLSTEIN AS CHARMING in public as his older He died at 11:20 a.m. EST Sunday
with wire reports predecessors appeared bland, Gor- "after a grave illness," the Soviet
Mikhail Gorbachev, though he bachev, a rising Soviet star, dazzled the government announced today, more
reresents a new generation of younger press during a high profile visit to Lon- than 18 hours after his death. It later
Communist party members, should doui in December with his casual man- said emphysema, complicated by heart
DAily Photo By CAROL . FRANCAVILLA have no trouble succeeding Konstantin w tim, and liver ailments, was the cause of
Chernenko as Soviet president, Univer- But in private meetings with British death. Chernenko had been known to be
Spring breaks sityexperts saidyesterday. officials, he was aformidable adver- suffering from respiratory problems. A
Th spdlmom of the professors were sary and forceful exponent of the of Red Square funeral for Chernenko will
h ain clared u elaere thU r d e Dia symgoing hewo. uncertain about the long-term effects of ficial Kremlin line on issues ranging be Wednesday.
r Gorbachev's leadership, most agreed from Reagan's "Star Wars" missile Soviets flocked to the red cobblestone
that the 54-year-old will probably stick See GORBACHEV, Page 3 See REAGAN, Page 3,
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retention of minority students. Sudarkasa's report was in- ersity considers minority enrollment a high priority.
bzluded with the implementation plan in the monthly regentsSeAIPg3 .
agenda. e Aro, Page 3
Doily Photo by CAROL L. FRANCAVILLA
-g e LSA freshperson Undria Raglon gets a measles vaccination in the Anderson Room of the Union yesterday. The Univer-
Ca ldic ott c a lls for sity extended free shots to students after three cases of measles broke out in East Quad.

nuclear war protest Students break out or vaccine
By JODY BECKER before, but let's hear it again. Lke a a By CHRISTY RIEDEL re'ceived free vaccinations in East the physician who treated the cases at
"Well, you know this place is mantra, we should hear it everyday to Two hundred sixteen people bared Quad and other University students East Quad, all of the measles patients
targeted," said Dr. Helen Caldicott last get the adrenaline going." their arms for Health Service staff in have been going to Health Service for are doing well. He said precautions
night as she addressed a standing room IN A SPEECH marking the the Union's Anderson Room yesterday, inoculations, according to Health Ser- have been taken to prevent them from
only crowd in Rackham auditorium. culmination of the University's Inter- taking advantage of free measles shots vice officials. infecting other dorm residents..
"Sure, there's research and develop national Women's Decade, Caldicott being offered by the University. No additional mass vaccination "I HAVE TALKED TO one of the two
ment going on here, at this University. warned the audience of the biological The vaccination drive came in drives have been scheduled for the (remaining cases) at East Quad, and he
And it's grossly obscene for a Univer- and medical implications of nuclear response to an outbreak of measles campus, said Sherrie Gorelick, Health is feeling much better," Winfield said.
sity or college which educates the warfare, prefacing her speech by won- _ which began on the medical campus Service coordinator of public and Both of the remaining two patients.
children to be involved in building the dering aloud; "Why they keep building before spring break and has affected 11 patient relations. She said Health Ser- should be considered non-contagious by
bombs to destroy us all." more bombs beats me. We've .already people. Eight of the cases involved vice is using a "wait and see" approach today and there have been no more con-
Caldicott, a strident anti-nuclear got. 33,000, and the Soviets have 20,000 people on the medical campus and the to determine if the outbreak warrants firmed cases, he said.
crusader, told the crowd, "It's boring. and were building 17,000 more. You remaining three cases were East Quad more massive inoculation efforts. The earliest symptoms of measles in-
The facts are boring. You've heard it See PROTEST, Page 2 ... inspires Rackham crowd residents. According to Dr. Robert Winfield, dlude irritated eyes and nose, similar to
LAST SATURDAY 200 people assistant director of Health Service and See FREE, Page 3
- T O ID AY traditionally has built restaurants shaped like miniature rattlers were collected by 572 registered hunters during the plastic mouse named "Rat Stuff." Garn's trip into space
castles with battlements on top. While the chain has made roundup. But snake handler Bill Ransberger says the has been postponed five times. The Utah Republican is on
concessions on the shape of the roofs in a few cases, it has Texas-size catch doesn't really amount to much in the the crew as a congressional observer in his role as chair-
never changed a restaurant's color, said Gail Turley, direc- scheme of things. "We haven't touched the surface of the man of an appropriations subcommittee that oversees
A beige White Castle? tor of advertising and pubilic relations for the Columbus, Western Diamondback population," he said. Some of the spending of the National Aeronautics and Space Ad-
Ohio-based chain. "We march to a different drum'mer -- diamondbacks were skinned, chopped and chicken-fried for ministration.
HITE CASTLE has a beef with Overland Park, always have and always will," said Turley. "We under- the rattlesnake meat-eating contest Sunday. Others went to
Kan. - city officials say the hamburger chain stand what they are doing up to a point. But, hey, this is our the snakepits, where handlers conducted demonstrations or
c build a restaurant here only if its exterior is business, and we intend to run it." milked venom.

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