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Page 8 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, October 18, 1985
Students view 'Today'

(Continued from Page 1)
and contrasted the University and
Brown University. By tracing the
steps of a typical freshman at each
of the schools, NBC felt that it could
best illustrate the differences between
a big state school and a smaller, Ivy
League institution. And by providing
glipses of everything from the mar-
ching band to members of Phi Gam-
ma Delta fraternity in grass skirts to
a group of protesters that had
congregated outside of the ropes,
many aspects of life here at the
University were represented.
There were signs "New York loves
UM" and "Welcome NBC," and
cheers of "Go Blue." But there were
few who could see.
Only about 300 students received
tickets to sit near the set. The rest of
the students - about 800 of them -
stood on tiptoes, watching the broad-
cast from the Diag's outskirts.
"I think it's weird that they would
push students back like this. What
they're showing is a chosen slice of
the University," said Mark Git-
tleman, an LSA senior. "I think we
havema great school and they should
talk about the good things. But there
are also things here that aren't so
good."
AND BECAUSE of the crowds,
students who stayed in to watch the
show may have had a good idea.
While most of the hill dorm residen-
ts were still fast asleep, others were
huddled around television sets.

Gumbel and Pauley
compare schools

"This is great national exposure for
the University. I would not be sur-
prised if there is a rise in the number
of applications. Also, the fact that
Bryant Gumbel is on campus - that
makes my day," said Marc Berman,
an LSA freshman who was sprawled
out among the couches in the Blagdon
Hall television lounge on the 6th floor
of Markley.
"THIS IS really exciting. I have
friends that go to Brown, who could
never figure out why I decided to
come here, and I hope my friends are
watching," said Stacey Schubert, an
engineering school freshman, who
watched the program in the Blagdon
lounge.
The 50 people like LSA freshman
Jim Lesser, that huddled in Couzens
television lounge, seemed to be en-
joying every moment of the Today
show, though there were many tired
faces among the crowd this did not
dampen their spirit:
"I went to the Diag and could not
hear anything so I came back here,"
Lesser said.
WHETHER on the Diag or in the
dorm, almost everybody got in on
yesterday's central campus circus.
They waved at Scott who appeared
about 6:30 a.m. decked out in a long
raccoon coat. They cheered him again
when he appeared weith the Michigan
cheerleaders and again when he was
accompanied by several Phi Gamma
Delta fraternity members costumed
in bare skin and grass skirts.

(Continued from Page 1)
mation and praise about the Univer-
sity of Michigan. When challenged by
Gumbel to name as many famous
graduates as he could, he stumbled,
and commented that, "We prefer not
to brag."
He wasn't the only one not
bragging. University Athletic Direc-
tor Don Canham said although the
program is very successful, sports
are not over-emphasized here. "We
don't use general fund money or
student fees to fund athletics,"
Canham stated. He compared the role
of athletics on campus today to that of
the 1920's, and asserted that any great
increases in athletics were "more an
escalation of numbers than anything
else."
In response to the protests about
NBC's coverage of bombing in El
Salvador, Gumbel at one point com-
mented "We can't figure out if we're
havingnmore protest sounds or Go
Blue ones. Perhaps that is an in-
dication of a somewhat considerable
ambivalence that exists on college
campuses today."
One segment of the program, "The
Big Chill Off," featured Tom Hayden,
a University activist of the 1960s,
current member of the California
State Assembly and actress Jane
Fonda's husband.

He said the biggest difference bet-
ween today's student atmosphere and
that of the 1960s is the economy.
"Students of the '60s didn't have to
worry so much about getting a job 4
when they got out of school. It was
much less competitive."
The belief that current students are
apathetic Hayden described as "a
surface condition over deep anxiety
over the future."
According to Ingrid Kock, MSA.s
military researcher who also ap
peared on the program, the current
belief that apathy is prevalent on
today's college campuses was "just a
media issue."
Doug Gessener, an LSA seniors
described apathy in a much different
way than Hayden and Kock. "Apatf(
means not caring. You shouldn't have
to start screaming to show that you,
care. You can work within the systeI:
and affect change from withip.-
Gessner stated.
But for all of Scott's appeal, some,
were not amused. A handful of,
Humane Society members displayed:
signs reading "Fun furs are no
laughing matter."
About 35 other demonstrators
carrying signs saying: "NBC why
don't you show the bombing of El
Salvador," protested the network's
co erage of El Salvador bombings.

Daily Photo by SCOTT LITUCHY
Phi Gamma Delta fraternity members hold aloft NBC weatherman
Willard Scott yesterday in the Diag. Scott's reports punctuated the Today
Show's two-hour broadcast comparing the University to Brown Univer-
sity.

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kitchen tables and chairs, dressers and fold down
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ALPHA SIGMA PHI presents STAGGERBALL IV
All campus bash, Music by "The Adventures"
Friday Oct. 18,9 p.m. 920 Baldwin.
ALPHA CHI OMEGA pledges and actives: Have
a SIMPLY MAAAHVELOUS time at the 1985
Hayride! Alpha Chi Hayrides...Simply
Maahvelous !
ALPHA DELTA PI....We love our pledges!
SIGMA NU - Great Job at Pound House! You
are true Humanitarians. Long live philanthropy!
ALPHA PHI welcomes her Pledges. We love all
35 of you!
Way to fire: Jimbo, Sash, Ivory, Tris, Karl,
Joey, Rich, Markus, Mike, Petey (I forgot one);
ATO and You is numero uno! - J.B.
SWEETEST DAY is Saturday! Zeta Tau Alpha
is selling carnations at dorms, fraternities, and
sororities, Tuesday-Friday. Carnations delivered
Saturday morning. $1.00 each, 6 for $5.00.
ZETA'S, are you psyched for hayride? Get ready
tohave too much fun!!! NCE1018
OHHH, 1-2-3
Can't you see, the blue and gold strong and bold,
oh--on you----you AETT, AETT The march goes
on - BOKES NCE1018
CONGRATS! To all Delta Gamma pledges! We're
happy to have you all aboard! We love you!
Love, Delta Gamma
Anchors Away! NCE1018

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20H1021
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NEED MONEY?
STUDENT FOOD SERVICE JOBS
AVAILABLE. FLEXIBLE HOURS
$3.90to $4.40 PER HOUR
NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY
Phone or stop by the Food Service office at:
East Quad 763-0136 Mosher Jordan 764-2111
South Ouad 764-0169 Stockwell 764-1194
West Ouad 764-1111 Alice Lloyd 764-1183
Bursley 764-1121 Couzens 764.2142
Markley 764.1151 Law Ouad 764-1115
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Managers are needed in classified advertising,
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Experience is helpful, but a genuine interest in
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17 Sea cows
18 Letter from
Greece
19 Sodium car-
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21 Refrain syllable
22 Fashion name
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32 Enclosed
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38 Vex
42 Doctrine
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44 Flat
45 Word with
made or maid
46 Baseball family
name
47 Sandytract, in
Dover
48 "-cod
fish!"
49 Blustered
52 Male animal
53 Day of rest
55 Prologue

6 - table
7 Bluenose
8 First name in
gymnastics
9 Early auto
10 Conniption
11 Thankless one
12 Tested
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15 Scents
20 Barrister's
colleague
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exams
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language
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