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Official
By LYNNE CHAPMAN
A top University administrato
yesterday criticized Sigma Alph
Mu's proposal for "cleaning uo
their act" and improving relation
with neighbors. He said he ha
urged the fraternity's nationa
chapter to take action agains
University "Sammies."
Thomas Easthope, associate vice
president for student services, sai
the proposal, submitted Tuesday
was inadequate because it failed t
include "adult supervision" an
enough fraternity members. Th
proposal, in part, would force th
fraternity to clean up its house an
property and form a task force with
Tass claii
MOSCOW (AP)-The offici
Soviet news agency Tass reporte
yesterday that an American canc
researcher defected to the Sovi
Union after being fired from his jo
because he opposed U.S. foreig
policy.
The news agency said Arnol
Lokshin, his wife, and three chil
dren arrived in Moscow yesterda
after being granted political asylum
TASS SAID Lokshin was
biochemist and oncologist wh
headed the cancer research laborator
at St. Joseph's Hospital i
Houston, Texas, from 1980 unt
last month.
The man identified as Lokshin,
woman identified as his wife
Lauren, and three children wer
Oil prices
to fall in
By The Associated Press
Gasoline prices in Michigan fel
as much as 2 cents per gallon in th
past week and self-serve grades nou
have averaged under $1 per gallo
since March 12, AAA Michiga
said yesterday.
The average price of self-serv
unleaded fell .7 cents in the pa

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neighbors. It would also ban open
parties at the SAM house.
"THIS isn't a situation for
compromise. They have to clean-
up and you can't compromise that,
" Easthope said. He would not
provide further details of the
proposal.
Neighbors have complained that
members of the fraternity, located at
800 Lincoln St., are loud,
obnoxious, and rude. Ann Arbor
Police officials have reported nearly
90 complaints against SAM since
January of 1983.
The University cannot take
direct action against the fraternity
due to legal constraints. But

Easthope has met with the SAM
National Field representative, Ed
Rosenwasser, and sent a letter to
the fraternity's national
organization in Indiana.
THE LETTER detailed the
complaints against the house, and
contained a copy of the SAM
proposal to resolve them. It urged
the organization to take action
against the Sammies.
Members of the national
organization, which controls
SAM's charter, could not be reached
for comment.
An officer from Sigma Alpha
Mu said the fraternity is currently
trying to set up a board of Alumni

advisors from the Ann Arbor and
Detroit area, which will help them
improve relations with their
neighbors.
HE SAID the National
Organization supports the SAM
house and is advising members on
how to improve the situation and
make up for their past actions. The
organization is also supervisng
their progress. The officer would
not comment on the fraternity's
proposal to Easthope,
Easthope said that since he has
been in office, no other fraternity
has has been brought to his
attention for disciplinary problems.

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shown on the Soviet television
evening news. Speaking in Eng -
lish, he told TV viewers that he and
his wife had opposed the Vietnam
War and had fought for social
justice in the United States ever
since.
Lokshin was quoted as telling
Tass he and his wife made a "very
difficult" decision to leave the
United States after being persecuted
for waging "an active struggle
against the dangerous aspects of the
foreign policy of the Republican
administration."
L O K SHIN was quoted as
saying that he had brought with
him examples of what he claimed
were FBI measures against his
family.

I defected
He said the family's telephone
conversations were tapped, private
mail opened, that they were
followed, and received provocative
phone calls, Tass reported.
"This all finished with my being
fired and threatening to physically
destroy me, together with my three
children, the oldest of whom is 15,"
Lokshin was quoted as saying.
LOKSHIN praised Soviet re-
search into cancer and said he was
ready to make a contribution, Tass
said.
The news agency said Lokshin
had done research work at Harvard
University and the University of
South Carolina in addition to
working in Houston. It said he
held a doctorate in philosophy and a

to Russia
bachelors' degree in biochemistry.
Jack Byrd, a spokesman for St.
Joseph's Hospital, said Lokshin
was once an employee, but had not
worked there for the last six weeks.
Byrd said Lokshin worked in the
cancer research facility, but could
not say how long he was employed
or describe his duties.
Debra Allen, a spokeswoman for
the University of South Carolina,
said Lokshin had not done any work
at the school.
Margery Heffron, a spokes -
woman for Harvard University, said
there is no record of an Arnold
Lokshin in the Medical School's
appointment records dating back to
1910.

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Michigan
per gallon, the auto club said, while
[1 full-serve unleaded fell .7 cents to
he average $1.063 per gallon and full-
w serve regular fell 1.2 cents to
n average $1.002 per gallon at those
n stations.
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AJrniattion lub
Oktoberfest

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Daily Photo by JOHN MUNSON

Arboreal thoughts
Main Street stroller Joe Curry expounds on "Tree City, U.S.A.": "Ann
Arbor has a lot to offer people-more than just trees. Ann Arbor is
growing like a tree. Trees represent life because they live for so long."

WIR LADEN SIEHERZLICHST EIN "
vom 13. Okt. bis 17. Okt. 1986
Oktoberfest first began in 1810 as a 16-day festival, which ran from late September
to early Oktober, to celebrate the up-coming wedding of Crown Prince Ludwig
of Bavaria.
Oktoberfestivities ... begin at 7:00 p.m. through 10:00 p.m.
BOOT EATING - CHOCOLATE CAKE EATING - SUPER
SLURPER SUCKER CONTEST - CREATIVE CARVING CONTEST -
GERMAN TRIVIA CONTEST.
Be our Oktoberfest guest and join our Oktoberfeast.
German music, German food ... Und eine wunderbare Zeit
FOOD - BEER - PRIZES
LIMITED.EDITION T-SHIRTS - OKTOBERFEST STEINS
FRANKENMUTH DINNERS - GIFT CERTIFICATES
St. Pauli Girl & Hacker Pschorr
Mosel and Rhine Wines All Schnapps on special
Knackwurst mit Sauerkraut - Hot German Potato Saled-
Warm Bavarian Pumpernickel Bread w/Butter - Bratwurst
Thueringer Sausage - Open Face Branuschweiger Sandwich
Chicken Noodle Suppe
Dinners are available all day Apple Strudel
TWELVE OAKS MALL FAIRLANE TOWN CENTER
LIVONIA MALL OAKLAND MALL BRIARWOOD MALL

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Campus Cinema
GREAT EXPECTATIONS
(David Lean, 1947) - CG, 7 &
9:15 p.m., Aud A.
The director of Lawrence of
Arabia brings the Dickens
classic to the screen.
THE OFFICIAL STORY
(Luis Puenzo, 1985) - MTF,
7:45 p.m., Mich.
A well-to-do woman in Ar-
gentina delves into the past of her
adopted daughter, and has her eyes
opened to the atrocities of the
military.
Performances
Mission Impossible -
Soundstage, 9:30 p.m., U-Club
(763-1107).
Mission Impossible will rock
the stage tonight at the U-Club.
Be there.
Renaissance City Chamber
Players - Thursday Master-
works Series, 8 p.m., First
Congregational Church, corner of
State and William (626-8742).
Tonight's performance will fea-
ture works by Mendelssohn and
Tchaikovsky.
Arts at Midday - Union Arts
& Programming, 12:15 p.m.,
Pendleton Room, Union (764-
6498).
Gay Delanghe and University
Dancers will present a workshop
on building a dance composition.
Speakers
Dr. Karl Hutterer - "Return
of the Tasaday," noon, 2009
Museums Building.
Zelma Weisfeld - "Costume
in Dickens's England," Women of
the University Faculty, 7 p.m.,
Glacier Hills, 1200 Earhart Rd.
Warren Avis - Author dis-
cusses his book, "Take a Chance
to be First," Entrepreneur Club
and Real Estate Club, 4:15 p.m.,
Michigan Room, Assembly Hall
Building.
Willie Ney - "Nicaragua To-
day," International Appropriate
Technology Association, noon,
Anderson Room D, Union.
X. Tang - "Photochemical

Residential College, East Quad.
P. Van Soest - "Evolution of
Systems of Cellulose Digestion
in Mammals," Center of Human
Growth & Development, 4 p.m.,
4th Floor, Rackham Amph-
itheater.
A. Helman - "Ozone: Ab-
initio Synthesis of the Ultraviolet
Continuum," 4 p.m., 1200
Chemistry Building.
Meetings
Archery Club - 7 p.m.,
Coloseum, corner of 5th and Hill.
Lesbian Network - 7:30
p.m., Guild House, 802 Monroe.
CARP Pre-Convention
Meeting - noon, Michigan
Room, Union.
Hebrew Speaking Club - 4
p.m., 3050 Frieze Bldg.
Furthermore
Using Program Function
Keys - Computing Course, 7
p.m., 1013 NUBS (747-2424).
Amdahl Corporation; Gen-
eral Mills Research Pre-
Interviews - The Society of
Women Engineers, 4 & 7 p.m.,
1024 East Engineering (764-
1918).
Interviewing Lecture -
Career Planning & Placement,
4:10 p.m., 429 Mason Hall (764-
7460).
Polishing Your Resume to
Perfection; Investigating
Careers in Business - Career
Planning & Placement, 4:10
p.m., 3200 SAB (764-7460).
Know the Code Student
Forum - Student Rights
Committee of MSA, 7 p.m., 6th
Van Tyne Lounge, Markley (763-
3241).
Michigan League Inter-
national Night: India - 4:30
p.m., The League Buffet.
Impact Jazz Dance Work-
shop - UAC, 7 p.m., Michigan
Union Ballroom.

week to average 85 cents per gallon
at 300 stations along main state
travel routes, the auto club said in
its weekly state fuel price report.
Self-serve regular fell .5 cents in
the same period to average 80 cents
POLICE
NOTES
Police investigate robberies
Ann Arbor police are
investigating a burglary on the 700
block of Oakland Street between
8:30 p.m. Tuesday and 1:30 a.m.
yesterday morning, according to
Sgt. Jan Suomala. Suomala said
the burglar forced open a window
screen. The victim reported
missing an AM cassette tape
player, worth about $200.
Police are also investigating an
unusual armed robbery on the 1300
block of North Main Street
Tuesday. According to Suomala,
the victim arranged to sell steaks to
the suspect. The suspect, a 40-year-
old male, apparently didn't like the
deal and returned with a shotgun.
After firing a warning shot in the
air, he took the meat and left. The
victim, a 30-year-old male, was
uninjured, Suomala said.
Police are also searching for an
18-year-old male, 5 feet 3 inches,
who walked into the Pump and
Pantry store on Stadium St.
carrying a bag and ordered the clerk
to fill it with an undisclosed
amount of cash. The suspect
indicated that he had a weapon,
although none was seen, Suomala
said. -Melissa Birks
Group urges
dept. review
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priorities will change over time.
It's naive to think that you can put
a barrier between the University and
the outside world."
Stoufle said, "Outside influences
can have a great effect on what is
central. There is the danger of
impacting the University in a
negative way if you don't keep
academic values in mind as you
make resource allocations."
A specific set of criteria for
evaluating individual departments
was recommended by the committee
in 1984, but was not acted upon.
The new statement clarifies the

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THERE ARE TWO SIDES T
BECOMING A NURSE IN THE ARMY
And they're both repre-
sented by the insignia you wear
as a member of the Army Nurse
Corps. The caduceus on the left
means you're part of a health care
system in which educational and
career advancement are the rule,
not the exception. The gold bar
on the right means you command respect as an Army officer. If you're
earning a BSN, write: Army Nurse Opportunities, P.O. Box 7713,
Clifton, NJ 07015. Or call toll free 1-800-USA-ARMY.
ARMY NURSE CORPS. BE ALLYOU CAN BE.

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