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Page 6 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, October 16, 1985

Gumbel to host live
show from Diag

(Continued from Page 1)
"We think it's really important that
NBC be put on the spot (and made to)
answer some hard questions about
what their role is in forming public
opinion and setting agenda of what
gets discussed and what gets
ignored," Lee said.
A DIFFERENT group of demon-
strators will rally at Brown at the
same time to protest Central
American media coverage, she ad-
ded.
The tentative schedule includes live
interviews with University President
Harold Shapiro and Brown President
Howard Swearer. Gumbel and Pauley
will be linked via satellite, although
no television monitors will be
provided for onlookers.
At 7:30 a.m., Willard Scott will give
the weather forecast with the help of
the Michigan cheerleaders. Pauley
and Brown students will then talk
about the pressures of college.
AFTERWARDS, Michigan athletic
director Don Canham will discuss the
business of college sports.
At 8 a.m., Pauley will interview
James Forman Jr., whose father was
a civil rights activist, about apar-

theid.
At 8:14 "The Bill Chill-Off" will
begin featuring Michigan alumnus
Tom Hayden, a student activist of the
60's and currently a California
legislator. Hayden and University
students will compare the students of
t_he '60's with those of the '80's.
AT 8:30 A.M. Scott will do the
weather with the help of Phi Gamma
Delta member Dave Johnson.
Following the weather report, the
show will broadcast footage shot
earlier in the year which profiles
"typical" freshmen at the two
schools. Cynthia Brown of Norway,
Mich., will represent Michigan.
Two members of the Unviersity of
Michigan Entrepreneurs, LSA
sophomore Erika Ayala and graduate
student Kennth Nachbar, will be
featured in a segment later.
The Michigan Marching Band will
play from the steps of the Graduate
Library, alternating every half-hour
with the Brown band.
The cordoned-off section of the Diag
will be reserved for invited guests
only. The area immediately outside
the ropes will be open to the general
public.

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Burn-out
Janet Schlihs, of Malibu, Calif., inspects the charred remnants of what was her home. Raging wildfire
spawned by hot and dry Santa Ana winds consumed almost 20,000 acres and 14 homes in the Los Angeles area.
Arson is suspected as the initial cause.

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St. Lawrence
Seaway wall

collapses;
ships tied up

THOROLD, Ontario - Ships carrying
grain, steel, and military equipment backed
up yesterday on the St. Lawrence Seaway,
and one official predicted it would be weeks
before a collapsed lock wall would be
repaired and traffic allowed to resume.
"It's absolutely impossible to give an idea
of the exact length of time," Seaway
Authority President William O'Neil said
about the repairs.
"WE'RE NOT looking for a permanent
repair," he said. "Our primary objective is
to get navigation going. But I fully expect

we will be open before the end of the ship-
ping season."
John Adams, deputy chief engineer for the
St. Lawrence Development Corp., the U.S.
operator of the waterway, said about 55
ships were involved - 15 moored in Lake
Ontario waiting to go west, seven in the
Welland Canal, eight ii Lake Erie, and
another 25 at other Great Lakes ports.
Adams said that number could increase
as more ships steam into the system.
THE WELLAND, which links the Atlantic
Ocean, the St. Lawrence River and Lake

Ontario with the rest of the Great Lakes, is
scheduled to close for the winter at the end
of December.
A 125-foot-long piece of a wall in Lock No.
7 of the canal dislodged Monday, trapping
the Liberian freighter Furia for about eight
hours. The Furia was headed from
Milwaukee to Alexandria, Egypt, with
16,800 metric tons of grain aboard. No one
was injured.
The Furia managed to back out of the lock
Monday night after the chamber was filled
with water to help support the weakened

wall.
O'Neil said he would meet today with ship
owners in Ottawa to discuss the damage and
prospects of restoring shipping.

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"WE HAVE as much interest in getting
this thing back in service as quickly as
possible as anybody else," O'Neil said. "We
know what it means to the economy of the
country - both the United States and,
Canada. We're well aware of what shipping
schedules are. We know that there are
critical dates that people have to meet."

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FOR SALE FOR SALE

HELP WANTED

HELP WANTED

REWARD $60. Lost Brown New Man Jacket
at Dooleys. No questions asked. 662-2447. 19A1017

FOR SALE

'73 PONTIAC VENTURA, A-1 Condition.
Reliable! 84,000, AM/FM $650. 764-1887. 96B1017
FORD MAVERICK 1973 runs great, no rust,
dependable. $800 or offer. 994-6605 eves/weekends.
22C1017
DATSUN B210 1978 - 2-door, manual. Runs
well. Asking $750. 995-4480. 26B1018
77 BLAZER 4 wheel drive, power steering, power
brakes. $1,350 or BEST offer.663-9839. NCB1016

A BARGAIN at a reduced rent. Immediate
occupancy. EXTRA LARGE - 2 BEDROOM
APT. New furniture, drapes and carpeting, air
conditioning, patio, secured Bldg. Packard near
Hill St. Call Modern Mgt.668-6906 or 663-3641.
74C1017

FOR SALE - Exercise bicycle. Vitamaster
w/speedometer and odometer. $55 cash. Call
763-2974. 44B1021
GOVERNMENT HOMES from $1 (U repair).
Also delinquent tax property. Call 805-687-6000
Ext. GH-10152 for information. 32B 1113
AUCTION SALE - Saturday October 19th at
11 a.m. at Burroughs Farm, Brighton. Selling
125 cottages and furniture contents, frigerators,
stoves, steel and wood beds, wooden and metal
kitchen tableland chairs, dressers and fold down
couches, plus lots of other items, video games,
boats. Terms cash for hand bill. Located at
5341 Brighton Road, Brighton. Main and Grand
River take Main St. west 3 miles to Burroughs
Farm turn right and follow signs. Call Robert
Duddley - auctioneer Howell (517)-546-3145.
47B1018
IS IT TRUE You Can Buy Jeeps for $44 through
the U.S. Government? Get the facts today! Call
1-312-742-1142 Ext. 1137-A. 50B1112
1965 CHRYSLER WINDSOR with power
steering/brakes, V8. Good condition. $1600.00 or
best offer. 761-8274. 5581018
APPLE II 80 Column monitor, eson printer,
modem, pascal, 30 disks of software, $1000 or
best offer. 18B1017

DORM DOINGS

FOR RENT

MALE DOUBLE Alice Lloyd for sale Winter
term 764-6919. 40D1021
TIRED OF FROZEN DINNERS?
Board at an ICC cooperative. Cheap rated, good
home cooked meals. Call662-4414. cDct

MALE DORM Lease For Sale: "Single" in South
Quad, Fall and Winter. 764-6692. 17C1016
FURNISHED ROOM with cooking facilities on
Geddes near Observatory. Female preferred.
Mod. Mgt. 668-6906 or 663-3641. 75C1017
ROOM for male in furnished 1-bedroom
apartment on Church. $190./month includes heat,
water. Private parking.668-4642. 46C1022
HAPPY BIRTHDAY to Alpha Chi Omega 100
Years Strong! NCE1016
SWEETEST DAY is Saturday! Zeta Tau Alpha
is selling carnations at dorms, fraternities, and
sororities, Tuesday-Friday. Carnations delivered
Saturday morning! $1.00 each or 6 for $5.00.
NCE1O16
4 MONTH CONTRACTS! Sign now for affordable
co-op living for winter semester. Call the ICC at
662-4414. cCct

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DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Edited by Trude Michel Jaffe

ACROSS
1 High: Prefix
5 USNA frosh
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16 Fastener
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18 Aptly named
19th cen.
English
novelist
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22 Musial
23 Actress
Charlotte
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change horses
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47 The whole
48 Ocean: Abbr.
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Congress
59 He loves, to
Caesar
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politically

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sion?
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irritability
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e.g.
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Seyhan
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pledges
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Pledge
Trade
Michaelmas
daisy
Precepts
Leave undone

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pay all expenses legally permitted. Call
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LONELY AND JUST turned 21. Help me make
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MEN'S WORKSHOP - WOMEN'S WORKSHOP.
Meeting separately, then together, October 25-27.
$35 registration plus sliding scale professional
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CONFIDENTIAL
INEXPENSIVE
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Planned Parenthood
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Music Concepts: 665-6725. 45G1022
ACE Word processing, student discount.
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GMAT/LSAT. Stanley Kaplan Educational
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November 6th. Call662-3149. 38G1023
RESUMES - written - also word processed or
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Reasonable Rates.971-4139.
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people to watch the polls during their elections
on October 30th and 31st. Minimum wage. Call
763-5271. 41H1023
CAB DRIVERS WANTED. Flexible hours.
663-4545 days or nights. 42H1028
STUDENT MAGICIAN NEEDED November 2nd.
$50 for evening. Please call 764-0897. 39H1028
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487-1268. 33H1018
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and Monday. Call 1-334-8846. 34H1018
MOVEABLE FEAST - dishwashers, full and part
time. Days and evenings. Call 663-3281. 35H1018
MEAL JOB AVAILABLE. Enjoy your meals
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Some weekends included. 761-7553. 43H1022
GOVERNMENT JOBS. $16,040 - $59,230/yr. Now
Hiring. Call 805-687-6000 Ext. R-10152 for current
federal list. 59H1030
TUTOR WANTED: EECS 370 (ECE 365). Call
761-6589. 54H1022
PIZZA DELIVERY DRIVERS. Car required.
Part time, one or two nights/week. Hourly
wage, tips and mileage. Apply in person Omega
Pizza, 101 Washtenaw Place, near U of M
Hospital. 56H1029
TELEPHONE & COUNTER HELP. Lunch
hour Monday thru Friday, & Sunday 4:30 p.m. -
9 p.m. Apply in person Omega Pizza near U
of M Hospital. 57H1029
PART-TIME WORK"Moving company needs
part-time workers. Local work, flexible hours.
Call973-9393 for an interview. 53H1018
WANTED BUS BOYS. 1345 Washtenaw. Sigma
Kappa 761-4781. 52H1022
MODELS - up to $80.00 per hour. Call
761-7250 for details. 03H1016
CLERK - flexible hours. Apply in person, 215% S.
Fourth Ave. 04H1016
NURSING researchers need healthy volunteers,
ages 30-55, for non-invasive study effects of
straining on blood flow and pressure. On
completion of the study, participants will receive
$20. For further information call 763-6122.
20H1021
ANTI-VIOLENCE VOLUNTEERS
Center for Non-Violence Education seeking
full-time staff. Lodging, $150/mo., health
coverage. Public interest group developing
courses on non-violence and operating
National Coalition on Television Violence
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work, monitoring entertainment. One year
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CALL 217-384-1920
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a prestigious line of limited edition marble
etchings, that are being introduced for the first
time to private collectors and commercial bus-
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FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL
591-9104 AFTER 6:00 P.M.
NCH1O14
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$4-$10/HR. Need Diligent, responsible, motivated
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Mercury's Messengers. 13H1017
WANTED: MODEL for glamour art photography
for possible commercial reproduction. Also
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28H1101
PART-TIME temporary data programmer
needed immediately. SPH 1, University of
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documentation. Salary: $7.50-$10.00/hour
dependent on skill and experience. Contact Pat,
763-5841. Non-descriminatory affirmative action
employer. 36H1018
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our day to day operations. The ideal candidates
should possess a high school diploma with
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forward your resume to: P.O. Box 43089, Detroit
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