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The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, October 15, 1986 -Page 3

Gorbachev speaks to Soviets
Soviet head blasts U.S. for arms race

President Reagan and Soviet leader
Mikhail Gorbachev blamed each
other yesterday for their inability to
strike an arms reduction deal in
Iceland, but agreed that too much is
at stake to fold the arms control
bargaining table.
Gorbachev, in a nationally
broadcast address to the Soviet
people, accused Reagan of trying to
push his country into an expensive
new arms buildup.
He also accused Reagan of
trying to "bleed the Soviet Union
white economically" through an
expensive arms race in space.
said that negotiations cannot be
adandoned. He did say, however,
that the next move is up to the
United States.
The Intercontinental crossfire
came two days after the pair, in a
bittersweet climax to a weekend of
intensive talks, grimly bade each
other farewell in the darkness
outside a white clapboard house in
"The American people don't
mistake the absence of a final

agreement for the absence of
progress. We must be patient. We
made historic advances. We will not
turn back," Reagan said in a speech.
Gorbachev said the meeting
was useful, but foundered on
Reagan's refusal to give up "Star
Wars," the space-based missile
defense system. "The Soviet Union
has a response to any challenge, if
necessary. The Soviet people know
this and it should be known all over
the world. We have no wish to
engage in power politics,"
Gorbachev said.
Kremlin overplayed its hand in
seeking to get him to scrap "Star
Wars," the system known formally
as the Strategic Defense Initiative,
which the President says is vital to
America's defense.
Reagan said the Soviet
proposal to confine Star Wars
research to the laboratory "would
give them an immediate one-sided
advantage, and a dangerous one."
Gorbachev talked of possibly
having to counter the Star Wars

top U.S. arms control strategist
said the Soviet Union may well
have wished to protect some of its
own breakthroughs in Star Wars-
type research when it demanded that
the United States give up non-
laboratory testing of America's
space-based missile shield concept.
Richard Perle, assistant defense
secretary for international security
policy and a member of Reagan's
negotiating team in Reykjavik, also
suggested that the Soviets advanced
their unacceptable demands to limit
"Star Wars" research in hopes of
stopping all U.S. research in space,

including work on new
communications systems and
Gorbachev had said that "after
Reykjavik it is clearer than ever for
everyone that SDI is the symbol of
obstruction to the cause of peace,
the epitome of military schemes, of
the unwillingness to remove the
nuclear menace looming over
Administration officials
stressed yesterday, as they had ever
since shortly after the summit
ended, that arms control
negotiations are not dead.


Associated Press

Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev makes an address on Soviet television
yesterday. Gorbachev told the Soviet people that the U.S. lacked the
political determination to reach arms control agreements.

Blanchard, Lucas will debate today

LANSING-A political forum
scheduled for today with Democratic
Gov. James Blanchard isn't a debate
if limited to job and economic
issues, Republican gubernatorial
nominee William Lucas charged
"It's a meeting. It is the first
meeting that the governor has
allowed in his omnipotence," said

the candidate attempting to become
the nation's first elected black
The ecomonic club events in
Grand Rapids today and Detroit next
Monday are the campaign's two
joint appearances of Lucas and
Blanchard. Both will be televised
on a tape-delayed basis.
"There will not be a real sharing




Campus Cinema
"The Godfather , Part II"
(Francis Ford Coppola, 1974),
Hill St., 8:00 p.m., Hill St.
A bit slower and drearier than it's
classic prequel, this is
nonetheless one of the all-time
Ygreat American films. Al Pacino
plays Michael, who inherits the
sins of his father, while Robert
De Niro is shown as Vito
Corleone, building those sins
in to an empire.
"The Toughest Job You'll
Ever Love," 7:30 p.m., U-M
International Center.
Three Americans share their
Peace Corps experiences from
Asia, Africa, and South
America, plus real live Peace
Corps volunteers to rap with.
"Squatters: The Other
Philadelphia Story "
(Charles Koppelman, 1984) and
"The Heart of Loisada"
(Reaven, 1979) Alt Act, 7:30
p.m., EQ126.
A pair of documentaries about
people who live in places but
don't own them.
"Witness" (Peter Weir, 1985),
MTF, 7:45 p.m., Mich.
Slow but classy thriller about
a tough, big city cop who must
hunker down in a quiet
Philedelphia Quaker community
to protect an Amish boy and his
mother from murederers that
the boy can identify. Harrison
Ford and Kelly McGuiness.
Before and After - 9:30
p.m., The Blind Pig (663-1641).
The Blind Pig is the place to
be tonight - Don't miss Before
and After.
Women's Dance Party - 8
p.m., The ARK (761-1451).
Alice Echols, former
Rubiyat DJ will spin records
tonight at The ARK.
Bill Thomas - Laughtrack,
10 p.m., U-Club (763-1107).
Be sure not to miss the show
tonight, as Bill Thomas
entertains the crowd
at the U-Club.
Charles G. Krasnow, MD
- "Adolescent Depression,"
Catherine McAuley Health
Center, 7 p.m., Mercywood
Health Building, Catherine
McAuley Health Center campus.

Strong Gaussian Approximation
Of The Distributions Of
Estimators In Linear Stochastic
Models," Department of
Statistics, 4 p.m., 1443 Mason
Dr. Joseph Collins -
"Why Hunger in a World of
Plenty?," 8 p.m., Hale
Auditorium, Bus. Admin. Bldg.
Thami Sindelo -
Representative of ANC will
speak on anti-apartheid, 7:30
p.m., Lorch Auditorium, Lorch
Urie Bronfenbrenner
"Four Worlds of Childhood:
Home, School, Peer Group, and
Work," Center for Research on
Learning and Schooling, 4 p.m.,
Schorling Auditorium, School
of Education.
Andrzej Krajewski - "The
Current Political Situation in
Poland," noon, Commons
Room, Lane Hall.
Baha'i Club - 5:00 p.m.,
Michigan Union.
Dow Chemical USA Pre
Interviews - The Society of
Women Engineers, 3-6 p.m.,
Pod Room- Dow Bldg (764-
McDonnell Douglas Corp.
Pre-Interviews - The
Soicety of Women Engineers, 7-
9 p.m., 1042 EE (764-1918).
Blood Drive - Red Cross, 11
a.m. - 5 p.m., East Hospital
Drive (936-5500).
Choosing Your Major -
Career Planning & Placement,
4:10 p.m., MLB Lecture Room
1 (764-7640).
Introductory Practice
Interviewing - CP & P,
3:10 p.m., 3200 Student
Activites Bldg. (764-7640).
The Job Search - CP & P,
6 p.m., MLB Lecture Room 2
Effective Correspondence
in the Job Search - CP &
P, 4:10 p.m., 3200 Student
Activities Bldg. (764-7460).

of ideas back and forth, but when
you're an incumbent and when
you're running scared, I guess you
can make the rules to suit
yourself," Lucas told a news
Blanchard said he didn't develop
the rules for the event but
welcomed the chance to focus on
the record he's compiled during four
years in office. "I've said from the
beginning that I want to be judged
on my record, my achievements and
my plan for the future," he said.
The governor said the event will
also give Lucas an opportunity to
focus on his own accomplishments.
"I must also add that it wasn't until
recently that my opponent even
began to talk about the issues. I
think he finally figured out that we
were going to carry the day on our
record and our vision of the future,"
Blanchard said.
Lucas, who heads Wayne
County government, said new
candi dates
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that although Pursell is sensitive to
reports of Contra human rights
abuses, he supports aid to bring
about "some accommodation to
include those people who oppose
(Nicaraguan president) Daniel
Baker responded that he considers
the Contras "terrorists," and said
Pursell should "come out and speak
to constituents on this issue"
State Rep. Perry Bullard (D-Ann
Arbor) emphasized the need for
increased birth control and sex
education to combat the rise in
teenage pregnancies. He said teen -
agers in Europe are as sexually
active as teens in the United States,
but "religious fanatics" have pre-
vented effective sex education here.
Gary Linden, who spoke for
Holtz, told how Holtz has allowed
three different unwed mothers to
stay in his home at various times.
One, he said, stayed for8 months.
Dale Apley, Republican can-
didate for the 8th state senate dis-
trict, said he has faced discrim-
ination while campaigning door-to-
door because of his age. Apley is
25. He said, "I'm pro-choice, sup -
port the ERA, and support gay
Burglaries plague campus
A series of burglaries in the
campus area continued as Ann
Arbor police received two more
reports of break-ins.
Less than $500 in cash was
stolen Monday from a home on the
700 block of South Forest Street,
according to police Sgt. Jan
The burglar probably entered
through a torn screen, Suomala

television advertisements will air
during the final three weeks before
the November 4th election to
address what he called the need of
undecided voters to know where the
two men stand.
"Over about a million people are
telling us... that after four years of
Jim Blanchard they still don't have
enough information to make up
their mind," Lucas said. "These
voters want to see Jim Blanchard
and Bill Lucas square off."
He accused Blanchard and his
campaign officers of having
"thumbed their noses" at undecided
voters, and promised to go after
them aggressively.
Lucas' ads accuse Blanchard of
raising taxes, releasing criminals
early from jail, and Lucas makes a
vow in his last commercial to make
criminals serve time, test teachers,
and not allow anybody to receive
welfare who was able to work.
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