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The Michigan Daily-Friday, December 4, 1987- Page 7
Group to videotape
holiday in Nicaragua

Continued from Page 5)
When we ignore this relationship, it
decays and results in a wasted effort,"
he said.
Communication Department
Chair and project sponsor Frank
Beaver said, "I am always concerned
when people go into areas which
may be unsafe...The students who
plan to go to Nicaragua are mature
and aware of the journalistic and
security problems...This trip will
allow them to go into an arena of
political action and to get a good
story."
The U.S. state department, in
fact, has sent Corser a travel
advisory, discouraging the trip. It
termed the area a "dangerous zone."
"I'm not scared to go, my
mother's scared but I don't think
about the risk to my life," Corser
said.
"Christmas in the Sister City"

will cost $16,000-$20,000 and 20
percent has already been committed:
Fifty-percent of the funds have also,
been promised. Among the
contributors are Hillel and Meridian
Films.
The students are also using the
prize awarded to them by the Leo
Burnett Scholarship for the trip.
They also received a discount in
equipment rental costs. The students
also plan to request funds from the'
Michigan Student Assembly and the
Ann Arbor City Council.
"I am appreciative to the
University for what it has given, but
we are looking for more University;
funding and believe more is
available," Corser said.
But Epton said, "they may have
some difficulty in getting the money
from the council. It takes eight votes
and Republican support, who are
somewhat hostile."

Daily Photo by ANDI SCHREIBER
Taking in the scene
Jill Oviatt, an LSA junior, enjoys yesterday's weather in front of the Michigan Union. She said the weather
reminded her of "one of those paperweights that you turn over and snow falls. It's gorgeous outside."

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Campaign for Michigan
collects $172 million

MUSICAL

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(Continued from Page 1)
Crisler Arena yesterday and denied
speculation that he will be the Uni-
versity's next president.
"(That is) a totally unfounded,
wild rumor that has no susbstance
whatsoever," said Ford.
He refused to favor any particular
candidate in the upcoming
presidential election, saying they
were all "very close friends of mine."
"I look forward to campaigning
for the one that prevails at our
convention," said Ford.
When asked about Mikhail Gor-
bachev's recent television interview
with Tom Brokaw, he said the the
Soviet General Secretary posessed a
great deal more poise than past
Soviet leaders.
"We better get accustomed to

TICKETS

BASKETBALL--Top dollar paid for U of M
season blue tickets 1-699-7479.
BASKETBALL: U of M tickets for sale 40
yard line. Best offer. June 747-6665.
BASKETBALL SEASON TICKETS. $20.
Must sell. No joke! Call Jeff: 764-1705.
DISCOUNT AIR FARE TO LA. American
airlines. Call Mrs. Winn at 930-1520.
Wanted: U of M basketball tickets; will pay
$. Call #763-0798.
WANTED: MICHIGAN BASKETBALL
tickets. 668-6282.
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Make offer. Call 668-6523 persistently.
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Lunchfollowing the
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at St. Andrew's Episcopal Church
(across from Canterbury House)
2:00 p.m. Episcopal/Anglican Worship
Holy Eucharist
East Lounge, Bursley Hall
5:00 p.m. Eucharist at Canterbury
(supper follows)

SALARY
SUPPLEMENTS.
ARE HERE!
Available for $2.00
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420 Maynard
8am - 5pm
Office will be closed for holidays
Dec. 24 - Jan. 3

having him as our adversary...He's
skillful. He's knowledgeable. He's
adroit. He's going to be tough
competition," he said.
Earlier, Ford made an unexpected
appearance at an American Politics
Ill class, surprising nearly 500
students who gave him a . standing
ovation.
He was asked about President
Reagan's involvement in the Iran
Contra Afair, and answered, "I don't
think anybody knows his precise
involvement," Ford said. He added
that he thought the National
Security Council was
inappropriately used.
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Join us to discuss our
Christmas traditions
and how to make
them more
meaningful.
7-9 p.m.
Sunday, December 6,1987
Wesley Lounge
Wesley Foundation
corner of State & Huron
668-6881
thle Westey Foundation at the 'U of M

PONTIAC (AP) - Vice President
George Bush urged Michigan
Republicans yesterday to push for
Senate ratification of the intermediate
nuclear arms treaty, expected to be
signed next week by President
Reagan and Soviet leader Mikhail
Gorbachev.
Bush addressed about 300 people
gathered at an "Ask George Bush
Town Meeting" at the Pontiac-
Oakland airport. about 35 miles
north of Detroit.
"We're about to get a deal where
the Soviets take out all 1,600
(weapons) and we take out our 400,

and for the first time in history
eliminate a whole class of weapons,"
he said.

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" Gain professional work experience
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" Learn more about your culture and heritage
All Armenian-American undergrad
and graduate students are invited
to attend a presentation
on the Intern Program.
Friday, December 4,1987 at 6:00 p.m.
Michigan Union, Kuenzel Room
For further information, call
the Armenian Assembly at:
(202) 393-3434

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