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Women 's
Studies
goup
protests
catcalls
(Continued from Page 1
Ass," "Hot Legs," "Big Bulge,"
"Bigger Bulge" and shouted similar
observations at passing men. "We
wanted to intimidate (men)"like
they do us," said Abbatte.
.,,According to Abbatte, men will
farely verbally abuse a woman
unless they have the support of
friends for security. "This is a
.evardly way to do it, but the only
wdy," she said. The Women's
Stdies group employed the same
method.
;Edwin McKean, an LSA junior,
said he felt confused when the
group approached him. He was
l1ind of numbed" by their com-
inents and felt that "they got their
point across." '
.-Not all students felt the project
was so successful. Scott Alexander,
hifirst year student in the School of
Ehgineering, said, "I don't think
ihey were effective, everyone blew
them off."
I Liz Hagenian, a sophomore in
the School of Business Admini-
nteation, said "it was just a bunch
of girls having a good time."

The Michigan Daily - Monday, April 13, 1987 - Paqe 5
'End-use' advocates
to lobby regents

(Continued from Page 1)
signed by 75 religious leaders in the
state, to the regents before the
meeting.
But many say the end-use clause
puts limitations on research at the
University. Those who advocate
dropping the clause altogether sup-
port "academic freedom," the
researcher's right to research any
topic. The clause has been criticized
for being subject to many different
interpretations, and many feel that
therefore, no clause should exist.
In 1985, President Harold
Shapiro appointed a 12-member ad
hoc committee to review the current
guidelines.
Last year, nine members of the

committee drafted the majority
report. The report drops the end-use
clause, and replaces it with a policy
requiring researchers to publish all
results within one year of comple-
tion of the project's funding period,
except in special cases.
The other three members pro-
posed the minority report, which
eliminates the end-use clause and
stresses academic freedom. It leaves
individual decisions on contro-
versial research projects up to the
regents.
The regents may vote this week
to accept either report, with or
without revisions. They could also
vote to retain the current policy or
draft a new one.

Profs. raise isues
for Black education,

Daily Photo by SCOTT ITUCHY

Moralistic machine
In a Christians in Action performance in the Diag Friday, group member Ted Sazyc kicks a "cigarette
machine" that won't dispense cigarettes because it's not good for him to smoke.

(Continued from Page 1)
and help you," Fisher said. She also
encouraged Blacks who are already
settled in their academic pursuits to
offer their services as role models
for younger Blacks.
Both speakers attended all-Black
schools at the elementary level and
recalled having instructors who
were encouraging and supportive of
their students. They said the
emphasis on integration in public
education has ended that type of
sentiment among teachers.
"Today in the public schools I
don't run across a lot of teachers,
Black or white, who are truly
concerned," Wheeler said.
Wheeler, who first came to the
University as a student in 1937,
said conditions for Blacks on
campus have changed considerably.
He recalled being refused service at

Ann Arbor restaurants because of
his color and being denied the
opportunity to live in a dorm.
Wheeler urged Black students to
take an active role in promoting the
University's initiatives to improve
the conditions for Blacks on cam-
pus. He said the University often
assigns "weak minded" individuals
to head departments which are
aimed at aiding Blacks, such as
Affirmative Action.
"If you're going to get a vice
provost, help select them, monitor
them, and criticize them," Wheeler
said. "Maybe we'll begin to change
some motions here.
UM News in
The DaHy
764-0552

F , Ty

Car dealer puts fantasy island on the market

CHARITY ISLAND, Mich.
(A') - Ever wanted to get away
from it all and flee to a deserted
island?
r That fantasy could be yours if
you can afford the $750,000
pricetag for the 222-acre Charity
Island on Saginaw Bay.

Saginaw car dealer Reed Draper
is selling the island because he says
state environmental laws have
prevented him from building a
marina, cottages, or a golf course
there.
Some want to turn the isolated
outpost into a wildlife refuge or

state campground. Others would
like to see the island developed as a
resort with docks, cabins, and a
small airfield.
John Walsh, who represents
Review Inc., a Chicago realty firm
that is offering the island for sale,
said he hopes someone will buy it

this summer.

Members of the Bad Axe
Historical Society have urged the
Huron County Board of Commis -
sioners to apply for state funds to
acquire the island as a wildlife
refuge or recreational center.

Th~

lendar
of The University of Michigan

I ,

'I

The calendar combines meeting, lecture work-
shop and conference announcements with
other events happening each week on campus.
It is based on The University Record calendar,
and is open to all University sponsored groups
and organizations recognized by the Michigan
Student Assembly. Items must be submitted in
writing by S p.m. the Tuesday before publi-
cation. Address all information to: Julie A.
Brown, publications assistant, University Rec-
ord, 412 Maynard St. Asterisk (*) denotes
events to which admission is charged.

MONDAY
April 13
TA-Squares--Sq dancing, 8:30-10 pm, Mich Union. 665-
5794.
' Christian Sci Org--Mtg, 7:15 pm, 3rd Fl, Mich League.
665-4128.
*Fac Women's Club --Lunch & Listen, M Eisenberg, "The
Seventh Age of the Artist: Great Masters in Their Late Styles,"
11:30 am-1 pm, Mich Rm, Mich League. Reser by April 9:
665-9622,971-6608.
Guild House--Disc grp, D Coleman, "Issues in Liberation
Theology", 7:30 pm, 802 Monroe. 662-5189.
Gay Liberation--Forum, "Discrimination & Violence," 7:30
pm, & Lesbian-Gay Male Community Open House, 8:30 pm,
Canterbury House, 218 N Division. 665-0606,763-4186.
Sch Music--Composers Forum, 8 pm, Recital Hall, & recital,
M Wetzel, viola, 8 pm, Rackham. Fac recital, S Phelps-
Wetzel, violin, & M Cooker, piano, 8 pm, Rackham Assembly
Hall.
Tae Kwon Do Club--Beg welcome, 6:30-8:15 pm, 2275
-. CCRB. 665-7399.
Women's Okinawan Karate & Self-Defense Club--Beg
class, 7:15 pm, Martial Arts Rm, IM Bldg. 763-3562.
Ne E & N Afr Stds --Brown bag lec, M llegland, "Political
Roles of Iranian Village Women," noon, Lane Hall Commons
R~m. 764-0350.
Tau Beta Pi --Tutoring, lower level math, sci & engr, 7-11
pm, 307 Undergrad Lib, & 8-10 pm, 2332 Bursley Hall, &
Main Dining Rm, S Quad, 764-6250.
Botan Gdns--Workshop, "Wildflowers & Rock Gardens," 7:30
pm, Rm 125, 1800 Dixboro. Reser: 763-7060.
Macromolecular Res Ctr--Colloq, F Bates, "Order &
Disorder in Block Co-Polymer Melts," 4 pm, 1017 Dow.
Microcomp Ed Ctr--Workshops: "Intro to Microcomputers,"
* 10:30-12:30 pm, 4003 SEB, & "dBASE III PLUS, Pt if," 8:30
am-12:30 pm, 3001 SEB, Regis: 747-2424.
Campus Chapel/Canterbury House/Lord of Light
Lutheran Church--Ancient Office of Compline, 10 pm, 218
N Division. 665-0606.
Ne E Stds--Lec, A Archi, "New Information on the Ebla
State," 4pm, 3050 Frieze
TUESDAY
April 14
Cog Sci & Mach IntelI--Colloq: L Conway, M Walker &
R Volz, "New Concepts in Tele-Autonomous Systems," 4:15
pm, Hale Aud, Bus Assem Hall, 747-4948.
EngI Country Dancing--Dance (all dances taught), music
by Gopher Baroque, 8-10 pm, Mich Union. 663-0744.
Evol & Human Behavior--Sem, R Hinde, "Limits of
Evolutionary Approaches to Human Behavior," 1 pm, 35
Angell. 764-4725.
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Early Music Ensemble, 8 pm, Moore Hall. *Perf, grad &
undergrad dance stdts, original dance & dance video works, 8 pm,
MacIntosh Theatre. 763-5461.
us Art--Art Breaks, "From Seedtime to Harvest," 12:10 pm.
Stdts of Objectivism--Disc, "Nature of Political Obligation," 8
pm, Rm A, Mich League. 663-5589.
TARDAA/Dr Who Fan Club --Mtg, 8 pm, 296 Dennison
Bldg. 763-2646.
Tau Beta Pi --Tutoring, lower level math, sci & engr, 7-11
pm, 307 Undergrad Lib. 764-6250.
World Hunger Ed-Action Comm--Mtg, 6 pm, 4202 Mich
Union. 663-4301.
Christians in Action--Mtg, 8:30 pm, Rm D, Mich League.
764-8766.
*Baseball--vs Ferris State, 1 pm, Fisher Stadium.
Microcomp Ed Ctr--Workshop, "Microsoft Word Version
3.0 for IBM PC-Compatible Microcomputers: New Features,"
1-5 pm. Regis: 747-2424.
P s y c h o b i o l --Colloq, J Sinnott, "Comparing Hearing
Mechanisms in Human Adults, Human Infants, Monkeys &.
Birds," 12:30-2 pm, 1057 MHRI. 747-0933.
Women's Golf Assoc--Mtg, 8 am, Mich Golf Course
Clubhouse. 763-2159.
Japanese Stds--U.S.-Japan Automotive Industry Conf, "Is
There Enough Business To Go Around?" 1-5 pm, Rackham
Aud. 764-1489.
Campus Chapel/Canterbury House/Lord of Light
Lutheran Church--Holy Week Vespers, 7 pm, 801 S Forest.
665-0606.
Chinese Stds--Brown bag lec, E- Rieser, "Student Life at
Quinghua University," noon, Lane Hall Commons Rm. 995-
2104.
MLK/Rosa Parks Prog--Lec, S Jackson, "Magnetic Polaron
Effects In Diluted Magnetic Semiconductors & Their
Superlattices," 2038 Randall Lab, 764-4471.
WEDNESDAY
April 15
Arch & Urban Ping --Lec, H Dandekar & D Schoof, 'The
Michigan4Farm and Its Buildings," 12:30 pm, 2104 Art & Arch
Bldg. 764-1300.
Anat & Cell Biol --Brown bag sem, T Linsenmayer, "The
Biology & Biochemistry of Type X Collagen: A H ypertrophic
Cartilage-Specific Molecule," 12:05 pm, 5732 Med Sci II.
AIESEC/Inti Bus Club--Mtg, 5:15 pm, K1310 Kresge
Bldg. 747-2232.
Biochem--Sem, J Donelson, "Molecular Basis for
Trypanosome Antigenic Variation," 4 pm (coffee: 3:45 pm),
6423 Med Sci I. 764-8154.
Bioengr--Sem, J Kuhn, "Trabecular Bone Microstructure
Properties in Response to Arti ficial Joints," 4 pm (coffee: 3:30
pm), 1017 Dow.
Cog Sci & Mach Intell --Colloq, K VanLehn, "Flexible
Execution of Cognitive Procedures," 4:15 pm, 1018 Paton
Acctg Ctr, Bus Ad. 747-4948.
Disser Support Grp--Mtg, 8:30-10 am, 3100 Mich Union.
764-8312.
U-M-Flint--Poetry reading, D Hall & D Rendleman, 7 pm,
Univ Ctr Kiva. 762-3200.
Mich Gay Union --Soc disc grp, 9 pm, Guild House, 802
Monroe St, 763-4186.
*Cont Legal Ed --Course, "Building a Business Practice," 9
am-5 pm, Weber's Inn. Reser: 769-2500.
Sch Music--Concert, Univ Campus Band, 8 pm, Hill Aud.
Med Sch--Lec, C Cohen, P Bullard, "Michigan Medical Self-
Determination Act," noon, S Lec Hall, Med Sci I. 763-9600.
Netherlands Amer Univ League--Fest of Dutch films by
women film makers, 8:30 pm, Rm 137, Basement, MLB.
Russ & E Europ Stds--Brown bag lec, G .Gorodetsky,
"Stalin, Churchill & the Grand Alliance," noon, Lane Hall
Commons Rm.
Sci Fic Club/Stilyagi Air Corps--Mtg, 8:30 pm, Conf
0- XAT. . %AA -ZA10

Microcomp Ed Ctr--Workshops: "Basic Concepts of System
Selection," 10:30 am-12:30 pm, 4003 SEB; "Microsoft Word
for the Macintosh, Pt I," 8:30 am-12:30 pm, B344 Dent Sch
Lab, & MS-DOS Basic Skills, 9 am-noon, 3001 SEB. Regis:
747-2424.
Prog Conflict Mgmt Alternatives--Lec, A Kohn, "The
Myth of Competition: Why We Lose in Our Race to Win," 4
pm, Aud, Lorch Hall, 763-0472.
Stats--Lec, R Durrett, "Crab Grass, Measles & Gypsy-Moths:
An Intro to Modern Probability," 4 pm (coffee: 3:30 pm, 1443
Mason), 451 Mason.
Nov 29th Comm for Palestine/Assoc Arab-Amer
Univ Grads--Lec, L Brenner, "Zionism in the Age of the
Dictators," 8 pm, Rackham Amph.
Cont Ed for Women--Mary Malcomson Raphael Fellowship
Awards, 4 pm, 3505S. Thayer. 763-7080.
Campus Chapel/Canterbury House/Lord of Light
Lutheran Church--Evening prayer, 10 pm, 1236 Washtenaw
Ct. 665-0606.
Biol--Colloq, L Goff, 'Nuclear Transfer From Parasite to Host:
A New Regulatory Mechanism for Parasitism," 4 pm (coffee:
3:30 pm, 2111 Nat Sci), Lec R~m II, MLB.
MLK/Rosa Parks Prog--Lec, S Jackson, "Electrons on a
Liquid Helium Film & the Surface Polaron Problem," 4 pm,
296 Dennison Bldg. 764-4471.
Stu Woodshop--Safety class for new shop users, Sess I, 3-5
pm, SAB, 763-4025.
Indust & Oper Engr--Sem, R Suri, "Manufacturing Systems
Modelling: Its Rule, Current Issues & Research Needs," 4 pm,
241 IOE Bldg.
THURSDAY
April 16
Zen Buddhist Temple--Beg course, S Murray, "Zen
Meditation & Practice," 6:30-8:30 pm, 1214 Packard. 761-
6520.
Devp & Communic--Devp Orientation Sess, 8:30-5 pm,
Founders Rm, Alumni Ctr 764-9238.
*Exhibit Mus--Feature Show, The Universe Game, 8 pm,
1109 Geddes, 764-0478.
*U-M-Flint--Film, Stand By Me, 7 & 9 pm, Univ Ctr Kiva.
762-3231.
*AAFC--Himatsuri, 7 & 9 pm, MLB 4.
*Cinema Guild--Fail Safe, 7 pm, & Things to Come, 9 pm,
Aud A, Angell.
Human Proj Latin Amer --Lee, A Dashti, "Participative
Democracy & Political Consciousness in Rural Nicaragua,"
7:30 pm, Anderson Rm, Mich Union. 764-1446.
His House Christian Fellowship--Bible study, 7:30-9
pm, 925 E Ann, 66309483, 665-0775.
Japanese Stds--Brown bag lee, P Berry, "Japanese Literati
Painting," noon, Lane Hall Commons Rm. 764-6307.
UAC/Impact Jazz--Dance workshop, 7-8:30 pm, Ballroom,
Mich Union, 763-1107.
Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship --Mtg, 7 pm, 126 E
Quad. 668-6358.
Mich League--Intl Night, Switzerland, 4:30-7:30 pm, The
League Buffet.
Math--Film, Regular Homotopics in the Plane, & Turning a
Sphere Inside Out, 4 pm, 3201 Angell. 769-0064.
Sch Music--Wind Ensemble & Men's Chorus, 4:30 pm,
McIntosh Theater, Recitals: F Bates, horn, 8 pm, Recital Hall,
& K Young, piano, 8 pm, Rackham Assem Hall. Concert,
Philharmonia Orch & Univ Choir Men, 4 pm, McIntosh
Theatre. *Musical, Love Life, 8 pm, Power Ctr. Tickets: 764-
0450.
Mus Art--See April 14.
Regents--Mtg, 1 pm, Regents Rm, Fleming Bldg.
Scottish Country Dancers--Beg: 7pm; Intermed/advanced:
8 pm, & soc: 9 pm. 2351 Shadowood. 996-0129.
Tau Beta Pi --Tutoring, lower level math, sci & engr, 7-11
pm, 307 Undergrad Lib. 764-6250.
Engi/Visiting Writers Ser--Fic reading, D Hughes, 5 pm,
W Conf Rm, Rackham.
Univ AA --Mtg, noon, 3200 Mich Union (non-smoking), St
Mary's Ed Ctr, (smoking). 764-8312.
WELS Lutheran Camp Ministry --Disc, "Living in
Grace," noon, Mich Rm, Mich Union. 662-0663, 761-6362.
Women's Okinawan Karate & Self-Defense Club--See
April 13.
Ment Hith Res Inst--Vision Lunch Sem, R Davis,
"Interactions Between Goldish Optic Axons in Ocular Patch
Formation," 12:15 pm, 2055 MHRI, 764-0573.
Prog in Amer Culture/Hist/Women's Stds--Brown bag
lec, L Kerber, "Perspecitive on American Studies," 12:30 pm,
238A W Engr.
Microcomo Ed Ctr--Workshops: "MS-DOS Hard Disk

FRIDAY
April 17
AstroFest/Aerospace Engr/Exhibit Mus--Film, The
Universe from Palomar, & lec, J Louden, "Telescopes: The Next
Generation," 7:30 pm, MLB 3.
*Farm Labor Org Comm--Benefit concert, Tracy Lee & the
Leonards, 9 pm, Ballroom, Mich Union. 764-1446, 747-0055
(eves).
*U-M-Flint-Film, Stand By Me, 7 & 9 pm, Univ Ctr Kiva.
762-3231, Play,The Caucasian Chalk Circle , 8 pm, U-M-Flint
Theatre. Reser: 762-3230.
Folk Dance Club--Intl folk dancing, 8-11 pm, Anderson
R~m, Mich Union. 665-0219.
Korean Christian Fellowship--Bible study, 9 pm, Camp
Chapel, 747-0120.
Sch Music--Perf, "Dances by Jessica Fogel/Music by David
Borden: An Information Showing," 7:30 pm, Studio A, Dance
Bldg. 763-5460. Recitals, L Kim, piano, 8 pm, Recital Hall,
& A Munoz-Sune, piano, 8 pm, Rackham Assem Hall.
Concert, Symph Band/Concert Band/Univ Band, 8 pm, Hill
Aud, *Musical, Love Life, 8 pm, Power Ctr. Tickets: 764-
0450.
S SE Asian Stds--Lec, H Conklin, "Bamboo Literacy in the
Philippines Reconsidered," noon, Lane Hall Commons Rm.
747-2082.
*Women's Tennis--vs Ill, 2pm, Track & Tennis Bldg.
Theater & Drama--Lec, D Bablet, "Theater Space," 11 am,
Trueblood Theatre, Freize Bldg. 764-5350.
Tae Kwon Do Club--Beg welcome, 6-8 pm, 1200 CCRB.
665-7399.
Microcomp Ed Ctr--Workshops: "Basic Concepts of Word
Processing," 10:30 am-12:30 pm, 4003 SEB; "Leaming to Use
the Macintosh with MacWrite & MacPaint," 9 am-noon, &
"dBASE III PLUS, Pt I," 1-5 pm, 3001 SEB, Regis: 747-2424.
Campus Chapel/Canterbury House/Lord of Light
Lutheran Church--Good Friday svc of Tenebrae, 10 pm, 801
S Forest. 665-0606.
Residential Coll--Plays: Un Film D'Art et D'Aventures; Un
Geste Pour Un Autre, & La Galerie, 7 pm, Aud, Residential
Coll, E Quad. 763-0176.
SATURDAY
April 18
*Exhibit Mus--Family Show, Sky Rambles , 10:30 & 11:30
am, & The Universe Game, 1:30, 2:45 & 4 pm, 1109 Geddes.
764-0478.
*U-M-Flint-Play, The Caucasian Chalk Circle , 8 pm, U-M-
Flint Theatre. 762-3230.
*Cinema Guild--A Streetcar Named Desire , 7 & 9:15 pm,
Aud A, Angell.
Sch Music--Recitals: T Plambeck, piano, 4 pm; J Chi,
violin, 6 pm; D Van Dover, bass trombone, & L Homer, piano,
2 pm, Recital Hall. Concert, Szcsecin Polytechnical Univ
Choic (Poland), 8 pm, Rackham Aud. *Musical, Love Life, 8
pm, Power Ctr. Tickets: 764-0450.
*Women's Tennis--vs Purdue, 11 am, Track & Tennis Bldg.
Campus Chapel/Canterbury House/Lord of Light
Lutheran Church--Easter Vigil Procession, 10 pm, 1236
Washtenaw Ct to 801 S Forest. Recep: 218 N Division. 665-
0606.
Michigamua--"Spring Thaw benefit concert," 8 live bands,
11:30 am-6 pm, The Diag. 662-0162, 747-8591.
Rowing Club--Michigan Crew Classic Regatta, 10 am-4 pm,
Gallup Park, 769-8429, 747-6154.
SUNDAY
April 19
Zen Buddhist Temple--Meditation svc, 5-7 pm, 1214
Packard. 761-6520.
*Exhibit Mus--Feature Show, The Universe Game, 1:30,
2:45 & 4 pm, 1109 Geddes. 764-0478.
*Cinema Guild--The Blue Light, 7 pm & Under the Roofs of
Paris, 8:40 pm, Aud A, Angell.
His House Christian Fellowship--Bible study/meal, 6-8
pm, 925 E Ann, 663-0483, 665-0775.
Sch Music--Recital, Mu Phi Epsilon, 2 pm, McIntosh
Theatre, Recitals, H Hill, viola, 4 pm; Y Voirin, viola, 4 pm; J
Dorn, flute, 6 pm, & D Gabrion, harp/J Zook, flute/P
Anastasiadis, viola, 8 pm, Recital Hall. *Musical, Love Life, 2
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