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Dems, Republicans
seek control in Senate

full week of the unpredictable
campaign for Senate control opened
yesterday with Democrats
confidently predicting their
candidates can withstand a last-
minute Republican injection of
money and well-orchestrated
appearances by President Reagan.
Republicans said they were just
as confident that a nine-state blitz
this week by the president- as well
as broadcast advertisements
featuring Reagan in virtually every
state- will keep GOP majority in
the Senate, if only narrowly.
Thirty-four states will be
picking senators on Nov. 4 and the
GOP's fragile 53-47 Senate

majority is on the line. Arithmetic
is on the side of the Democrats
because Republicans are defending
22 of the 34 seats at stake while
only 12 are held by Democrats.
Reagan is trying to offset that
arithmetic with the strength of his
personal popularity. The idea is to
persuade voters who gave him
landslide national victories in 1980
and 1984 tp give the same support
now to GOP candidates in
individual races.
His travel schedule this week is
a political road map to some of the
closest races.
House Republicans, resigned to
slipping even further into the
minority in next week's elections,

are hoping to strike at least a
symbolic protest blow when
President Reagan campaigns for one
of their most visible candidates on
Reagan will take time out of his
final push for GOP Senate
candidates to visit Evansville, Ind"
in the battlefield for one of the
most bitterly contested House races
in the nation.
It's the only House race to draw
a personal Reagan visit by itself
this election season.
The party out of control of the
White House generally picks up
House seats in a year with no
national election.

Bomb funeral Associated Pres
Soldiers in Spain march yesterday with the coffin of the military governor of Guipuzcoa, General Rafael
Garrido Gil. The general, his wife, and his son were killed Saturday when Basque separatists bombed their

2 women assaulted in cca

(continued from Page V
speculation about whether he will

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to explore

remain in his position has arisen.
Although Shapiro has no
present plans to leave his position,
the Board of Regents last week
awarded him a $10,000 salary
increase and a set of figurative
"golden handcuffs" which will
provide financial incentive for
Shapiro to remain within the
university if he decides to return to

Richard Porter, head of the
economics department, Shapiro
"has never told me publicly or
privately that he intends to return to
our department in the future." "We
would surely welcome him back
though," Porter added.
Fleming feels that the decision
to remain as president is very much
up to the individual and depends on
many factors, such as if he has
maintained his interest and
reputation in his field of expertise.

Ann Arbor police are
investigating two recent attempted
assaults in the campus area,
according to Sgt. John King.
A woman told police she was
walking to her car on Washtenaw
Place and East Ann St. from the
University Hospital early Friday
morning when a man grabbed her.
She described the suspect as 5 feet 4
inches tall and slender.
Another woman reported an
incident at the Harlan Hatcher
Graduate Library Saturday afternoon
when the suspect, a male 5 foot 4
inches and 120 pounds, grabbed her

buttocks and fled, King said. The
charge filed is fourth degree
criminal sexual conduct-which
includes grabbing or touching
without aggravating circumstances.
Police are also investigating two
recent armed robberies in the North

mpus area
Campus area. According to King, a
man approached two people early
Sunday morning with a knife and:
demanded money. One victim was.
robbed of one dollar on the 1500:
block of Macintyre street at 1 a.m..
He described the suspect as 30 years:
old, 5 foot 8 inches and stocky. The
suspect robbed another victim on
Maiden Lane of $62 around an hour
and a half later, King said. He was
described as 5 foot 10 inches and
170 pounds.
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shop and conference announcements with
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It is based on The University Record calendar,
and is open to all University sponsored groups
and organizations recognized by the Michigan
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ord, 412 Maynard St. Asterisk (*) denotes
events to which admission is charged.

October 27
A-Squares-Plus level sq dancing, 8:30-10 pm, Mich Un-
ion, 665-5794.
Anthro/Women in Sci-Lec, M Dickemann, "Reproduc-
tive Strategies and Parental Control in Humans: Steps
Toward a. Radical Sociobiology, " 4 pm, W Conf Rm,
Affirm Act/CRLT-Workshop, "Student-Teacher Rela-
tionships," 3:30-5:30 pm, CRLT; TA's only. Register:
CEW-Brown bag lec, "Writing a Research Paper," noon-
1:30 pm, 350 S Thayer & *course, RLSC, "Updating
Reading and Academic Survival Skills," choice of time.
Register: 763-7080.
Elec Engr/Comp Sci-Lec, S Bartlett, "An Expert System
for Visual Solder Joint Inspection, " 5 pm, 3427 EECS
Career Ping & Plcmt-Library tour, 4:10 pm, 3200 SAB.
U-M-DBN-Film, Cheech & Chong's Nice Dreams, 7:30
pm, ROC. 593-5390.
Guild House-Writers Series, readings, M Liebler & J
Perrine, 8 pm, 802 Monroe. 662-5189.
*HRD-Course, "Writing It Right-Punctuation," 8:30-
11 am, HRD 1111 Kipke Dr. 764-7410.
Women's Okinawan Karate & Self-Defense Club-Begin-
ner's class, 7:15 pm, IM Bldg.
Archaeol Inst/Kelsey Mus-Lec, R Rowland, "Sardinia
from the Neolithic to the Byzantine Period, " 7:30 pm,
180 Tappan Hall.
Stds in Religion-Lec, G Gutierrez, "Reflections on Lib-
eration Theology, "8-10 pm, MLB3. 764-4475.
Thomas Spencer Jerome Lec-C Nicolet, "Nosse Rempub-
licam: Knowledge and Control of Persons and of Re-
sources, "4 pm, Rackham Amph.'
U-M-DBN-Women's Ctr, support grp/sep & divorced
women, 2 pm, 30 CAB. 593-5147.
Intl Ctr-Sem & video, M Cattani, noon-3 pm, Intl Ctr.
Mech Engr & Appl Mech-Sem, J Alexander, "Mapping
Constitutive Equations, "4 pm, (coffee: 3:30 pm), 2269
Ne E & N Afr Stds-Brown bag lec, W Wahba, "Near
Eastern Linguistics and Literature," noon, Lane Hall
Commons Rm.
Tae Kwon Do Club-Practice, beginners welcome, 7-9 pm,
CCRB Martial Arts Rm. 665-7399.
Chemistry-Inorg Sem, E Gould, "Reductions of Chrom-
ium (V), "4 pm, 1200 Chem Bldg.
Computing Ctr-Course, J Michael, "Formatting a Rack-
ham Dissertation with TeX," 3-5 pm, & Lang Sem
(SNOBOL4), 7-9 pm, 1013 NUBS. Register: 747-2424.
NASA Ctr of Excel-Lec, P Green, "Subjective Evalua-
tion of Steering Effort Levels, " 3:30 pm, 107 Aerospace
Engr Bldg.
ru? T 10W% C f AX7

Ecumen Campus Ctr-Lec, T Tice, "Ethical Dilemmas In
the Multi-Versity, "noon, fitl Ctr, *lunch avail.'
Engr/Bus Ad/Inst Sci & Tech-Lec, T Pickens, "What's
Nextfor American Business, "4 pm, Rackham.
Engl-Fiction reading, M Drabble, 4 pm, Rackham Amph.
U-N-Flint-Lec, W Mallison, "The Peace Alternative for
Israel and Palestine, " 12:15 pm, Intl Inst & 7:30 pm,
111 CROB.
*Hill Street Forum-Hillel-Great Writers Ser, K Vonne-
gut, 8 pm, Hill Aud. 763-8587.
Intl Ctr-Brown bag lec, N Bowles & J Hulme, "Study
Abroad at the University of Edinburgh, " noon, Intl
Ctr Lounge. Slides/disc, M Cattani, "Study Abroad with
Scandanavian Seminar, "3:30 pm, Intl Ctr. 747-2299.
Law Sch-William W Cook Lectures, W Stegner, "Living
Dry: An Overview, "4 pm, 120 Hutchins Hall.
Med Sch-32nd Annual Med Student Res Forum, 11 am-
4:30 pm, Towsley Ctr. All welcome. 936-1494.
Netherlands Amer Univ League-Lec, M Barrit, "Archives
in the Netherlands, "8 pm, Intl Ctr.
*U-M-Flint-Comedy Connection Ser: B Thomas, T Row-
lands & T Lily; 8 pm, Univ Ctr Brewery.
W Europ Stds-Lec, R D'Alimonte, "Recent Trends in
Italian Politics, "4 pm, 5208 Angell.
*Gay Liberation-Comedy show, B Gordon, "Blowing
Chunks, "11 pm, Nectarine Ballroom. 763-4186.
Christians in Action-Mtg, "Politics and the Bible," 8:30
pm, Mich Union. 994-6126, 769-4157.
Psychobiol-T Colloq, Lee, "Adaptation for Winter Sur-
vivial: Mothers are a Vole's Best Friend, " 12:30-1:45 pm,
1057 MHRI.
Omicron Delta Epsilon-Natl econ honor soc mtg, 5:15
pm, 173 Lorch, old/new members welcome.
Computing Ctr-Course, B Blue, "Sorting with SORT,"
7-9 pm, 1013 NUBS. Register: 747-2424.
W Europ Stds-Info mtg/Circumnavigators Grant, J Tri-
bilcott, 7 pm, Rackham E Lec Rm.
CRLT-Workshop, A Storey, "Speaking Skills, " 3:30-
5:30 pm, CRLT, 109 E Madison. Register: 764-0505.
October 29
AIESEC/Inti Bus Club-Mtg, 5:15 pm, K1310 Kresge.
Career Ping & Plcmt-Pre-Bus (MBA) Day, 11 am-3 pm,
2nd Fl, League.
Communic/W Europ Stds-Brown bag lec, J Cebrain,
"Exporting the Le Monde Model of Journalistic Con-
trol to Spain, " 12:10 pm, 2073 Frieze Bldg.
*CEW-Four-wk workshop, "Working Women: Making
the Most of It," 7-9:30 pm, 350 S. Thayer. 763-7080.
Dissertation Support Gr-Mtg, 8:30-10 pm, 3100 Union.
U-M-DBN-Film, Ghostbusters,Ghostbusters, 7:30 pm,
ROC. 593-5390.
LSA-Warner-Lambert Lecture, S Gould, "Advances in
Evolutionary Theory: The Current Status of Darwin-
ism, "8 pm, Rackham.
Law Sch-William W Cook Lectures, W Stegner, "striking
the Rock: The Manipulation of Western Water," 4 pm,
120 Hutchins Hall.
Ecumen Campus Ctr-Lec, M Brooks, "Exploring World
Religions-Judaism, "8 pm, 921 Church.
Mich Gay Union-Mtg, 9 pm, Guild House, 802 Monroe.
763-4186.Mech Engr & Appl Mech-Thermal-Fluid Sem,
S Davis, "Fluid Mechanics of Solidification, " 4 pm
(coffee: 3:45 pm), 2281 GGBL; sem, S Bratn, "Some
Applications of Rotating Machinery, " 4 pm, 1017 Dow
Sch Music-Lec, W Crutchfield, "Vocal Health and How
it is Maintained," 4:30 pm, Recital Hall; "What Crit-
ics Do," 8 pm, McIntosh Theater.
Med Sci-Lec, A Relman, "Medicine as a Business: Where
is Our Profession Headed?" noon, S Lec Hall, Med
Sci II.
Russ & E Europ Stds-Brown bag lec, J Fine, "Serbia's
Policy Toward Vampires in the Second Quarter of the
Nineteenth Century, "noon, Lane Hall Commons Rm.

Turner Geriatric Clin-Health Fair, 1-4 pm, 1010 Wall St.
Student Woodshop-Safety class, sess I, 3-5 pm, SAB.
Sch Art-Video/interviews: L Krasner & M Morley, Ex-
pressionist Painting, 5:30 pm, 2216-19 Sch Art.
Psychiatry-Major Conf Ser, R Borison, "Diagnosis and
Treatment of EPS, "10:30 am-noon, Child & Adolescent
Psychiatry Hosp Aud.
*Hill St Cinema-Key Largo, 7 pm, 1429 Hill St.
Hillel/Ethics & Religion-Lec, M Ellis, "Toward a Jewish
Theology of Liberation,."8 pm, 1429 Hill St.
Taubman Prog in Amer Inst-Lec, E Goldfarb & M Sym-
kowiak, "Exploring the Worlds of Banking & Finance,"
noon-1:30 pm, Pond Rm, Mich Union. Refreshments.
Sch Ed-Mtg for prospective applicants for grad stds, 6
pm, 1322 Sch Ed, Tribute Rm. 764-7563.
Chemistry-Analytic Sem, C Tsalta, "Binding Proteins as
reagents in Enzyme-Linked Competitive Binding Assays
of Biological Molecules, " 4 pm, 1200 Chem Bldg; Or-
ganic Sem, R Salomon, "Total Synthesis of Spatane
Diterpenes, "4 pm, 1300 Chem Bldg.
Computing Ctr-Course, P Smith & TEXTEDIT Consul,
"Using Macros With TEXTEDIT," 3-5 pm, 1013 NUBS.
Register: 747-2424.
Clements Library-Colloq, J Shy & D Huntington, "Art,
History, War and Empire, " 7:30-9 pm. All welcome.
October 30
Mus Anthro-Brown bag lec, K Mudar, "The Dynamics of Pig
Hunting in the Northeast Philippines, " noon, 2009 Exhibit
Mus Bldg.
Commission for Women-Affirm Act Ofc/CEW/Personnel Ofc
-Workshop, "Taking Charge of Your Future: Career Develop-
ment at the University of Michigan," prog: 4.6 pm, open
house follows, Rackham Amph. 764-3423.
Hnance Club-Lec, R Kelly, "Investment Strategies for Inde-
pendent Options Traders, "4:15 on, Wolverine Rm, Bus Sch.
CRLT-Workshop, K Zinn, "The Use of Personal Computers
for Preparing Classroom Materials, "7-9 pm, 3001 Sch Ed.
Career Ping & Plcmt-Library tour, 4:10 pm, 3200 SAB.
*Q Guild-Never Cry Wol, 7 & 9 pm, Aud A, Angell.
U-M-DBN-Film, Ghostbusters, 7:30 pm, ROC. 593-5390.
Human Growth & Devp/Anthro/LSA-Lec, R Rivlin, "Dietary
Fiber and Cancer, "4.6 pm, MLB 3.
CTPS-Sem, P Blumenfeld, "Research," (Pt II), 11:10 am,
Tribute Rm, 1322 SEB.
*U-M-Flint-"In Concert With Claudia Schmidt," 8 pm, Univ
Ctr Kiva. 762-3431.
Geol Sci-Turner Lee Ser, S Grand, "The Shear Structure of the
Mantle Beneath the North American Plate, "4 pm, 4001 CCLB,
refreshments: 3:30 pm. 764-7543.
His House Christian Fellowship-Fellowship & Bible study, 7:30
pm, 925 E Ann. 6650775 or 663-0483.
Women's Okinawan Karate and Self-Defense Club-Beginners'
class, 7:15 pm, IM Bldg.
League Intl Night-Germany, 4:40-7:30 pm, The League Buffet.
Law Sch-William W Cook Lectures, W Stegner, "Consequen-
ces: Western Society, Western Character, Western Myth, " 4
pm, 120 Hutchins.
*Sch Music-Project Theater, J Brown, Oedipus by Sophocles,
8 pm, Mendelssohn Theater.
*M~aor Events-Concert, Ferron, 7:30 pm, Power Ctr. 763-
Russ & E Europ Stds-Lec, M MacQueen, "The Communist
Seizure of Power in Poland: Social or National Revolution?"
7:30pm, Lane Hall Commons Rm.
Res on Econ Devp-Disc, I Singh, "Agricultural Household
Models: Extensions, Applications and Policy," 12:30-2 pm,
CRED Conf Rm, 361 Lorch Hall.
Scottish Country Dancers-Intermeds, 8 pm, Forest Hills Com-
community Ctr, 2351 Shadowood St. 769-4324.
AA-Mtg, noon, 3200 Mich Union.
Mental Hith Res Inst-Vision Lunch Sem, L Maloney, "Dis-
tributional Assumptions and the Theory of Signal Detect-
ability," 12:15-1:30 pm, Rm 2055 MHRI. 764-0573.
Student Woodshop-Safety class, sess II, 3-5 pm, SAB.
*Mus Nat Hist-Astron presentation, The Universe of Dr. Ein-
stein, 7:30 pm, TAM Rm, 4th Fl.
U-M-1int-Student Sr Recital, W Bruce, tenor, Asbury Metho-
dist Church, 1653 Davison Rd. 762-3377.
*U-M-Flint-Concert, C Schmidt, 8 pm, Univ Ctr Kiva.
Sch Art-Lec, H Palmer, "Overnight Sensations-The Passing of
Beauty in the 1980's," 7 pm, Art & Architec Aud.
Union Arts-Dickens Fellowship Mtg, "Dickens and Telescopic
Philanthropy"; disc, "Aid to South Africa," 8 pm, Canter-
bury House, 218 N Div.
Carer Ping & Plant-Workshop, "Introductory Practice Inter-
viewing," 3:10-5 pm, 3200 SAB; "Business Week Careers-
Career Search Workshop," 4:10-5:30 pm & 7-8:30 pm, Angell
Aud B; library tour, 4:10 pm, 3200 SAB.

*The Brecht Co-Theat ??? Performance, Top Girls, 8 pm,
Residential Coll Aud. 995-0532.
Computing Ctr-Course, B Blue, "Record Handling with *COM-
BINE, "7-9 pm, 1013 NUBS. Register: 747-2424.
CRLT-Workshop, K Zinn, "The Use of Pesonal Computers for
Preparing Classroom Materials, " 7-9 pm, 3001 Sch Ed. Reg-
ister: 764-0505.
Biostatistics-Lee, M Stoline, "Issues in the Use of Statistics at
Love Canal, "3:30 pm, 4318 SPH IL
Clements library/Rackham/W Europ Stds-Conf, "History in
Art: the World of Benjamin West," 9-11:30 am, 1-3:30 pm.
Address, A Staley, "Benjamin West and the Revolution in
History Painting, "8:30 pm. All welcome. 764-2347.
October 31
Cricket Club-Practice, 5 pm, Mitchell Field.
U-M-DBN-Film, The Gods Must Be Crazy, 7:30 pm, 138
*U-M-Flint-,-Rocky Horror Party, 8 pm-1 pm, Univ Ctr
Brewery & *Film, Rocky Horror Picture.Show, 8-10 pm
& 12 am. 762-3350.
*Guild House-Luncheon/lec, W Locke & J Ellis, "Going
to Jail as a PoliticalAct, "noon. 662-5189.
International Students Fellowship-Mtg, 7 pm. For ride,
call 994-4669.
Thomas Spencer Jerome Lectures-Lec, C Nicolet, "Ca-
put imperii: Center and Periphery, " 4 pm, Rackham
Korean Christian Fellowship-Bible Study Mtg, 9 pm,
Campus Chapel. 747-0120.
*Sch Music-Project Theater, J Brown, Oedipus by Sopho-
cles, 8 pm, Mendelssohn Theater; Halloween Concert, G
Meier/Univ Symph Orch, 9 pm, Hill.
Russ & E Europ Stds-Colloq, R Slusser, 4 pm, 200 Lane
Hall (4:45 pm, recep, Commons Rm).
S & SE Asian Stds-Lec, D Khaing, "A Personal View of
Burma Today," noon, Lane Hall Commons Rm.
Tae Kwon Do Club-Practice, beginners welcome, 5-7 pm,
sm gym, CCRB.
Turner Geriatric Clin-Love Intimacy & Aging Grp, 10am-
noon, 1010 Wall St. 764-2556.
Gay Liberation-Book signing, B Gordon, I pm, Middle
Earth. 7634186. 1
Anthro-Colloq, A Robben, "Is Consumption Really Eco-
nomic Behavior? The Interpretation of Economy in So-
ciety Among Brazilian Fishermen, "4 pm, 2021 LSA.
Engl Lang & Lit-Memorial service for C A Patrides,
3:30 pm, Rackham AssemHall.
Intl Ctr-Study Abroad, reps from Beaver Coll, AIFS, etc,
avail, 2-4 pm, Intl Ctr.
November 1
Cricket Club-Practice, 4 pm, Mitchell Field.
*Cinema Guild-Dance With a Stranger, 7 & 9:20 pm,
Nat Sci.
Kelsey Museum-Mini-course, A Rosenberg, "Clothnak-
ing in Ancient Egypt," & E Higashi, "Ancient Glass in
the Kelsey Museum, "10 am (refresh: 9:30 am).
Sch Music-Project Theater, J Brown, Oedipus by Sopho-
cles, 8 pm, Mendelssohn Theater.
*Football-vs Illinois, 1 pm, Mich Stadium.
Matthaei Bot Gdns-Fall sale, 9 am-4 pm, 1800 Dixboro
Rd, Gift Shop open.
*Mus Nat Hist-Astron presentation, The Universe of Dr
Einstein, 11:30 am, 2 pm & 3 pm, TAM Rm, 4th Fl.
*Gay Liberation and Mich Gay Union-Halloween Cos-
tume Ball, B Gordon, "Evening in Oz, " 9 pm, Law
Lounge, 551 S State. 763-4186.
*Hill St Cinema-Film, Little Big Man, 7 & 9:30 pm,
1429 Hill St.
November 2
Museum of Art-Docent tour, Highlights of UMMA Col-
lection, 2 pm.
*Cinema Guild-Queen of Spades, 7 pm, MLB 4.
His House Christian FeHowship-Dinner-fellowship mtg,
6-8 pm, 925 E Ann. 665-0775 or 663-0483.
Sch Music-Project Theater, J Brown, Oedipus by Sopho-
cles, 2 pm, Mendelssohn Theater.
*Univ Mus Soc-Concert, V Ashkenazy, pianist, 4 pm,
Women's Stds Prog-Film/disc, Nicaragua: The Dirty War,
7:30 pm, Angell, Aud A.
WELS Lutheran Campus Ministry-Worship, 10 am, 1360



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