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Ninety-seven years of editorialfreedom
Vol. XCVII - No. 8 Copyright 1986, The Michigan Daily Ann Arbor, Michigan - Monday, September 15, 1986 Twelve Pages
Michigan ruins HoltzNdebmt, 24-23
ND commits four
turnovers in loss
By PIL NI SEL "There's an awful lot of sad
S ith ayoung men in our locker room
SOUTH BEND - Yes, the right now. Nothing bounced our
x: Irish' receiver Joel Williams way, but give Michigan credit.
stepped out of bounds before he But let me say this: Notre Dame
caught the ball in the endzone does not have moral victories."
with 4:30 left to play. While Holtz' team ran up 27
Yes, Jamie Morris' fumble first downs and 455 yards, it also
deep in Michigan territory a coughed up the ball four times -
minute later was caused by the three deep in Michigan territory
ground. - and that killed the Irish bid for
gYES, JOHN Carney's 42-yard an upset of third-ranked
field goal attempt went wide to the Michigan. But with the Holtz
Y M i tleftco turnaround, nobody, including
the Wolverines, would have
Yes, Michigan defeated Notre teWleiewudhv
Dame 24-23 Saturday. called it an upset.
- Those are the facts. All the "Notre Dame is an outstanding
complaining, speculation, and football team," Schembechler
analyses in the world will not said. Their offensive line did a
take this victory away from the great job. The multiple
. Wolverines. It's in the win formations kept us off balance.
column. That's all head coach Bo This Notre Dame team is going to
Schembechler wanted. surprise many people. They are
x "LET'S GET one thing not devoid of talent"
straight, gentlemen," Schem- "NOTRE DAME is a much
bechler said to the media better team than people give them
afterwards. "We came here, first credit for,' said tailback Jamie
of all, playing Notre Dame, not Morris after he scored all three of
knowing how they were going to Michigan's touchdowns (two
line up offensively or rushing, one receiving).
defensively. We were playing on "They're defensive line is big,
their turf. much stronger than they were last
S"And, in a game where year"
everybody who was watching The Holtz offensive show
wanted Notre Dame to win, we overshadowed a near-perfect
4 came out with a win, no matter performance by the Michigan
how you add it up.' offense, which was led by Jim
The Wolverine victory spoiled Harbaugh's 15 of 23 passing for
,. .the much-heralded debut of Lou 239 yards. He hit several clutch
Holtz, who obviously had a major passes including the eventual
r4.ill effect on the group, of players left game-winner midway through
behind by Gerry Faust. The Irish the third quarter when Morris
offense dominated Michigan with went deep on a fly pattern and
a dazzling mixture of running caught a 27-yard aerial in the
. and passing formations endzone.
Doily Photo by DAN HABIB spearheaded by adaptable super- "I've never caught one that far
m BrJawfie Morris catches the game-winning touchdown pass as Irish cornerback Mary Spence goes for the ball. Morris scored three TDs iT CAN I say except that basic throwbaik, and I'm the
and rushed for * yards in Michigan's opening-game victory. I've n ever been prouder of a third check. That was the biggest
football team," Holtz said. See MISSED, Page 11

Stockwell serves food
during sewage leak

By MARC ROSSEN
Despite a sewage leak in the
Stockwell cafeteria kitchen
earlier this month, the
dormitory's food service
continued to serve food in
violation of public health laws,
food service employees said.
The leak was caused by a
problem with the pipes, according
to Myrna Adee, a food service
supervisor. She said problems
have occurred with the pipes
approximately every five years
because Stockwell is an old
building.
A Stockwell employee, who
asked to remain anonymous,
s4aid she was told to help clean up
the sewage that was on the floor of
the kitchen on Saturday, Sept. 6.
She said she had to scrape solid
waste and toilet paper into piles

and throw it away. Every time it
was cleaned up, more sewage
leaked into the kitchen, she said.
The sewage did not seep all the
way over to where the food is
prepared, the employee said. But
workers had to walk through it as
they worked around the kitchen
and many of them rolled up their
pants, she said.
"(Food) carts were rolling
through shit," she said. "I'm
shocked that they would actually
serve food."
ALTHOUGH some employees
suggested supervisors close the
cafeteria and send students
elsewhere, Mattie Reviere, head
food service supervisor for
Stockwell, decided to continue
serving until the sewage actually
See CAFETERIA, Page 3

Athletics raise concerns
By KERY MURAKAMI Communications believes, are a "hindrance in the
A tumultuous sea of maize and blue does the Wave, sense that it's something to be overcome" when trying
and Michigan's football team rumbles onto the field, foster the University's image as a first-rate academic
led by the deified Bo. institution.
On many fall Saturdays, television carries this "It's not something I spend a lot of time worrying
scene nationally to thousands of viewers. Often, it about. But it's like a major noise in the background.
colors the public's perception of the University. You're always aware of it," Potter says.
For Robert Potter, the man mainly responsible for According to Wono Lee, director of operations for
maintaining the University's image, Michigan the University's News and Information Services, this
sports are a mixed blessing. While high-visibility hindrance results from the great attention the
athletics bring name recognition for the University, national media gives to sports.
they sometimes draw attention away from the "WE'RE OBVIOUSLY not against athletic
University's academics. success, but with the way some athletic events are
ATHLETICS the University's Director of See 'U', Page 5

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TM may solve v

Police investigate assaults
ByMELISABIRS
Ann Arbor police are looking for a man they believe to be
involved in two rapes in the campus area late last week.
Police said an unidentified woman was raped early Friday
morning in her Greenwood Street home. They are
investigating the rape in connection with a similar assault
on a University student Thursday morning on East Ann
stireet.
Both women described their rapists as a black man in his
20s. The woman raped Friday said her attacker weighed
about 170 pounds and was almost 6 feet tall, according to Sgt.
Jan Suomala of the Ann Arbor Police Department.
See POLICE, Page 2

By DOV COHEN
What can lower blood pressure,
promote long life, increase
human happiness, encourage
world peace, and "neutralize any
negative trends in world
consciousness" all while its
practitioners seemingly sit
around with their eyes closed?
Transcendental Meditation,
say its proponents.
Pringle Smith, one of four
speakers at a lecture on
Transcendental Meditation, told
about 40 persons yesterday that
two 15-to 20-minute sessions of
TM a day can allow them to get in
touch with the source of thought -
"pure consciousness, an area of
infinite intelligence."

TM is "an effortless mental
technique," said Curtis
McDonald, who learned TM as a
student at the University in the
'70s.
"It involves no change of faith,
religion, or lifestyle," he said.
"Clearly you don't have to
shave your head or wear orange
robes. You don't have to turn your
dorm room into a cave. You don't
have to buy a two years supply of
incense," he said.
THE TM technique is known
by 3 million people around the
world, according to a videotape
presentation, and was founded 30
years ago by the Maharishi
Mahesh Yogi.
TM practitioners use a "life

vorld problems1.
supporting sound," or mantra, to make a peaceful world, she a
relax their mind and bring it to "Peace must have its basi
pure consciousness, McDonald unshakeable satisfaction."
said. SHE ALSO believes that w
McDonald differentiates TM people meditate together they
from other types of meditation, solve world problems. "W
which involve concentration or 7,000 experts practice toget
contemplation. In concentration they can neutralize any nega
meditation, one either tries not to trends in world consciousne
think or tries to fixate on a she said. The number-7,000
flickering candle. In picked because it is the square
contemplation meditation, one of one percent of the woi
thinks about "what is the population.
meaning of life or what is the
meaning of love or what is the Evidence for the power
sound of one hand clapping," collective TM was found from
McDonald said. experiment in Fairfield, Io
Donna McDonald spoke of how 7,0n0 exper D itars anH
TM improves relations between
nations. Peaceful individuals See CONFERENCE, Page 2

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large versions of plastic tubes used to make
playgrounds for the rodents, were a fire hazard.
"We rented 15 fire extinguishers and put up no
smoking signs, but they didn't think that was
sufficient," said Sigma Pi Fraternity President
Glenn Hameister. Firefighters ordered the paper

a kneecap, Tangra beat 22 boys her own age in a
regional tournament this summer. After just one
year of lessons in Tae Kwan Do, the Korean
version of karate, Tangra already has earned a
senior green belyt. Her booty from tournaments
includes six trophies that stand almost as tall as

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