- The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, September 17, 1985 - Page 6
Students drive m
Daily Photo by DAN HABIB
By EUGENE PAK
It wasn't quite the Indianapolis 500.
Or the Detroit Grand Prix. But the
1986 National Collegiate Driving
Championships was a close third for
University students who strapped on
helmets, slipped into a Dodge
Daytona Turbo, and raced around the
parking lot at Crisler Arena yester-
Before yesterday afternoon, the
nearest Thomas Morris got to racing
cars was working on a pit crew for a
friend who drives Formula vehicles.
THE THIRD-year law student
walked down to Crisler Arena from
his home when he saw - and heard -
a 1986 Dodge Daytona tear through a
twisty, pylon-lined course. He took a
spin after learning from race of-
ficials that any student with a valid
driver's license can enter the com-
petition, which continues through
Wednesday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. The
contest is sponsored by the Dodge
Division of Chrysler Corporation.
Morris finished in 20.171 seconds -
the quickest time set by 4 p.m. on the
first day of competition.
"I was really calm," he said, "but
after I finished my adrenalin was up. I
was excited, I thought about the
money and having a Daytona for a
FREE USE of a Daytona Turbo and
scholarships of up to $5,000 will go to the
college students with the top three
times in the final championships next
spring in Daytona; Florida. The
students with the fastest times at each
of 40 college campuses across the
country will compete in that event. If
no one from the University breaks his
record today or tomorrow, Morris will
be traveling to the final champion-
Last year, engineering student
Chris Marvel finished first during th
competition on campus and went on to
get the second quickest time in
Daytona. Back now with his Dodge
Turbo, Marvel said he intends to wat-
ch today's races and may take a spin
for fun. He is disqualified from official
The annual contest is held both to
promote the Dodge Daytona and to
stress the importance of road safety
and sober driving. But Russ Marlow
admitted, "we're here for fun really."
David Palomaki, an engineering
senior, turned out at Crisler Arena
yesterday, for the second year in a
row. He failed to place in last year's
competition and his time this year
24.616 seconds wasn't quite quick
enough either. (He actually drove
through the course in less time, but
had seconds added to his record as a
penalty for knocking over four
"With the helmet on, the roof wad
little too low," Palomaki said after he
climbed out of the Daytona, "but it
was a nice-handling sports car."
Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity's A and B intramural softball
tball leagues swung into action this week.
teams scrimmage in the late afternoon sun yesterday at Elbel field. The IM sof-
Several Chinese Party official
PEKING (AP) - Chinese leader
Deng Xiaoping swept 131 senior
,Communist Party officials from
power yesterday to make way for
younger men and ensure the success
of his economic and political reforms.
The sweeping reshuffle saw 10
powerful Communist Party stalwards
step down from the 25-member Polit-
buro along with 18 percent of the 346-
member Central Committee.
DENG ALSO ended the life-tenure
system that prompted power
struggles between stubborn, elderly
leaders which have plagued China
since the communists took power in
1949. Deng himself was a victim when
Chairman Mao Tse-tung dismissed
him as a "capitalist roader" during
the 1966-76 Cultural Revolution.
Official announcements said all 131
officials submitted voluntary
resignations, including 64 full and
alternate members of the powerful
344-delegate Central Committee.
Among those were 10 of the 24 Polit-
The resignations came at the fourth
full session of the 12th Central Com-
mittee in Peking. Deng and his
proteges, party chief Hu Yaobang and
Premier Zhao Ziyang, had said
earlier that major personnel changes
would be made at a series of party
meetings this month.
DENG himself is 81, but shows no
sign of fatigue. He is the nation's
paramount leader, head of the Central
Advisory Commission and Central
Six Politburo seats were vacated by
military men, including Marshal Ye
Jianying, an ailing 88-year-old mem-
ber of the Standing Committee.
Staff to discuss 'keg policy'
Josephson considers VP candidates
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resident fellow in East Quad.
ONE OF THE PRIMARY can-
didates for the nomination is LSA
senior Phillip Cole, who has been en-
dorsed by several black student
Cole, who could not be reached for
comment, has served on M SA's
Budget Priorities Committee for the
past two years.
In addition to Cole, Josephson said,
several other students have ap-
proached him about becoming vice
DARRELL THOMPSON, an MSA
representative who was elected last
spring from LSA, confirmed yester-
day that he has approached
Josephson about the post.
Thompson added, however, that he
has begun to reconsider his initial in-
terest because of the amount of time
"It's a time matter," Thompson
said. "I do have the time, but it's a
matter of whether I want to put in 40
hours a week." He said he would be
willing to spend 25 hours in the MSA
office each week.
ACCORDING TO MSA Minority Af-
fiars Committee Chairman Lawrence
Norris, another student who initially
expressed an interest was Daniel
Melendez, an MSA representative
Melendez reconsidered after
reassessing his academic commit-
ments, Norris said.
Norris added that his own name is
under consideration for the position
even though he feels Cole would make
a much stronger candidate.
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IF A KEG is found, it should be
confiscated, he added, but he had "no
idea" what measures should be taken
after that. Patnaik said "what people
do in their private lives is difficult to
monitor ... that's not my concern ...
I'm not a policeperson."
The head resident of Fletcher Hall,
Jinny Bartel, said "I hope they take
into consideration the important role
of residence staff should be as friends,
advisors, counselors, and as little as
possible as policepersons." Fletcher
Hall, however, is unique in that over
half its residents are 21 while other
dormitories house an overwhelmin
majority of minors.
Bartel said she has never needed to
.ask people who are consuming alcohol
to leave a public area.
against cancer can be
cooked up in your kitchen.
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INTERESTED IN GOING to Law School? Come
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BIKE REPAIR - Tired of leaving your bike at
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ENJOY going to Parties? Enjoy taking photo-
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"WORK for academic credit or volunteer at the
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DIRECT care staff to assist person with develop-
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$4.00 - $5.00/hr.
DELIVERY DRIVERS NEEDED - part time
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Call Wednesday 763-5911. 57H0918
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