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Here's some real fashion sense
117 s 4th ave
ann arbor, mi.
Ann Arbor mayor is planning
for city's future and for re-election
Ed Pierce, a University Medical School graduate, was elected mayor of
Ann Arbor in 1984. In addition to his mayoral duties, he maintains a
private medical practice. The Three Rivers native, who as a student
delivered The Daily, was interviewed by Daily staff writer Rob Earle.
Daily: Tell me a little bit about your political background.
Pierce: I was on the city council back in the '60s for two years. I ran
for Congress twice in the mid-'70s, then I was electecd to the state
Senate where I served for four years. Then I ran for governor and got my
D: In the primaries?'
P: By Mr. Blanchard, yes.
D: How long have you lived in Ann Arbor?
P: I came here when I was 10, so I've been here a long time.
D: There's been a lot of commercial development in Ann Arbor lately. Is
this part of some plan for the city?
P: We're just reflecting the general boom that's happened to the area
which is due primarily to a change of emphasis at the University-the
high-tech education opportunities which bring in the professional.people
who can do it. And they are rapidly expanding their activities, so it's like
good things draw good things. So there's been a major development
boom in town, but I don't have much to do with it. I am gently
D: Is running a city with another large political body within it-like the
University of Michigan- a different animal than than running a city like
P: I have never been the mayor of Jackson, so it's hard for me to tell.
The Board of Regents and I have very little discourse. I know them but
I'm not writing to them frequently or they're not writing to me very
frequently. There's been a long tradition of the University doing certain
things and the city doing others.
D: A lot of people have raised questions about the relationship between
the Ann Arbor police and University Security.
P: University safety calls the shots and we respond when requested.
D: There was an investigation by city council last winter about this...
what did they find out?
P: The committee, which was Councilman Epton, Councilman Peterson
and myself, asked the University and the chief of police to be very, very
careful when they requested (police assistance), under what circumstances,
and to make sure the University did not suppress freedom of expression.
This may have happened to a small degree with the "Today Show," where
there were people carrying signs of expression, that were legitimately in
the area, who were being almost coerced into not participating. The
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COLLEGE WOMEN. Working
hard, looking hot. Sure, you
worked hard this week and you
deserve it all. Sorority party? A date
with Mister Right? Why not look
your best? What? No time to read
fashion magazines to help you put
on that look that says it all? You
need help, and fast. Well, eighties
ladies, help is on its way.
I've read through September's
Mademoiselle, and July's
Vogue-the special ish that gives
"Fall Signals" and tells us "What
looks really count." Perhaps you're
the disciplined woman who juggles
classes, social functions, special
moments with him, and still makes
time to scan over articles like
Mademoiselle's "Five Make-up
Shake-ups: How to make a beauty
comeback." If so, (don't you hate
these wonder-women?) stop reading,
this column's not for you. Just go
right on ahead being beautiful, you.
But for the rest of you... your
big exam is in a half an hour. Who
knows who you'll sit next to?
Better to play it safe and look super
sexy. But who has time to wait for
three coats of nail polish to dry?
Mademoiselle's September issue
calls this nail polish bind one of
OFF THE WALL
You walk to class and the girls
stream by. And some are cute. And
the cute ones say: "Hey, look. I'm
cute. You can't have me." And they
THE ONLY THING WORSE THAN A
PSEUDO-INTELLECTUAL IS A
I don't even go to this mess of an
institution, just been living in A2
for 14 years utilizing the facilities.
I've probably gotten more out of U-
M resources than most grad.
students, yet I'm still in that lower
eschelon of high school. Ever seen
"Breaking Away?" That's how I feel
about some of the racist fraternity
tribal units. Start pushing
yourselves instead of your
mommies and daddies, guidance
counselors, profs, etc. Active
learning stays with you a lot longer
than passive learning.
No one asked for your advice...
AND if you don't want to improve,
the University, you can always stop
using our facilities! (and writing on
these hallowed walls)
eat a boiled egg, baby
the "worst beauty problems."
Thank heavens for Mademoiselle's
Beauty Workshop, which provides
the answer to this dilem-
ma-Aziza's One Coat Nail Polish.
You're on the run, college woman,
but you're looking good.
If you don't read Mademoiselle
than you're missing out on "The
last word on looking great." For
September '86 the last word is:
"Don't get waylaid by nail
Vogue has a Question and
Answer section, and I've chosen
one of their queries that most
woman have probably wondered
about: "Magazines are always
suggesting a woman get a 'good'
cut, but I really don't understand
what this means. Can you
"Answer: A good cut is one that
works for you. . .that looks good
on you," says Bruno of the
Elizabeth Arden salon, NYC..."
Thanks, Bruno. Keep on spreading
In Mademoiselle's Beauty Talk
section they address those
unsettling "makeup shake-ups":
"When your boyfriend's sleeping
over... how to be pretty at bedtime,
yet avoid the stale-makeup look
come morning? Answer: After you
wash off your evening makeup, all
you need to do for a sexy,
smearproof look: Curl your
eyelashes, warm the apples of your
cheeks and the area below your
brow with a blushing gel or color
wash, and add a light berry-colored
gloss on lips. More provocative
pointers: Smooth on a perfumed
body lotion or spray your favorite
fragrance where he may least expect
it (like on your decollatage, behind
Looking good is a twenty-four
hour job. Sometimes it's just
impossible to keep your face just
so. But you sure can try.
Mademoiselle shows you how to
deal with the embarrasment of those
salty, drippy tears that can streak a
perfect makeup job: "As the
houselights come up after a real
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THE DAILY ALMANAC
10 years ago-October 24,
1976: With little more than a
week before the national elections,
political activity on campus was
the lowest in years. "Thin
canvassing activity and occasional
political debates in sparsely filled
dorm lounges are practically all that
remain of the campus activism
which once reached feverish heights
during presidential election
seasons," The Daily reported.
15 years ago-October 24,
1971: While many geared up for a
new round of mass demonstrations
against the Vietnam War, 2,500
people marched in support of
American involvement in
Indochina. The Washington rally
featured religious themes and
slogans like, "America: No place
chic with flare.
1. Make a statement... black wool
baggy trousers and jacket; white
cotton with grey stripe shirt; black,.
white and silver tie, all by C'est
L'homme, -at Ayla's for men.
2. It doesn't matter who wears the
pants anymore...white cotton blouse
with black trim; black Bolero Jacket
and pants with side trim, all by Carol
Horn at Ayla's for women.
MODELS: Bill Spicer, Jill Reed.
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WEEKEND/OCTOBER 24, 1986