(continued from PageS)
as evidence. This arose when Boak
asked the roommate if the alleged
victim's injuries, which included
damage to the vaginal wall, may
have occurred on a previous night.
Cooper said the defense was
"deliberately and intentionally
injecting prejudice" in the jury. Boak
* called these remarks "slanderous."
Cooper also accused witnesses for
the defense of comparing their sto-
ries prior to testifying.
The day's proceedings, which in-
cluded frequently heated exchanges
by the opposing attorneys, began
with testimony that the complainant
had dried blood and bruises covering
her arms, hips and legs the day after
the incident. Ann Arbor Police Offi-
cer Ruth Myers said the woman told
her that Neal called her a bitch and a
tease when she protested his attack.
Brad Frey, a member of Phi Delta
Gamma, testified Wednesday that he
was in charge of the Greek Week
dance practice that had taken place
the evening of the party. Frey said
the woman was to perform some
gymnastics stunts and that she had
been dropped several times. He said
"she was getting knocked around a
bit at practice," adding that the in-
juries could have happened then.
Since the prosecution rested on
Tuesday, the defense has tried to
show discrepancies between the
woman's description of the loft
where the rape allegedly occurred,
and what the jury saw after they in-
spected the room . Douglas Wip-
p perman, house manager at Phi
Gamma Delta, oversaw maintenance
of the house and would know of any
renovations or changes, he said. De-
fense Attorney Boak asked him on
Wednesday about changes to the loft,
and Wipperman responded, "That
specific room has not been touched
in any way, shape, or form in the
four years I've been here."
Neal, who faces a possible life
sentence, took the stand prior to the
close of yesterday's proceedings. He
is expected to testify for several
Cooper said that he didn't know
how much longer the trial would
last, explaining that it depended on
whether the judge will allow a sub-
poena for the woman's.,therapist.
-Daily staffer Steve Blonder
contributed to this story.
The Michigan Daily-Friday, September 25, 1987- Page 5
DETROIT (AP) - Tom Selleck,
Television's "Magnum P.I.," has
become a Detroit Tigers stockholder,
the owner of the baseball team said
Thomas Monaghan said he gave
Selleck ten shares of secondary stock
in the team during a trip last month
to Hawaii, where he visited the set
of Selleck's show.
The Tigers are privately held, and
Monaghan owns 97 percent of the
stock. A spokesperson for
Monaghan, Betsy Kanits, said the
value of the stock given to Selleck
would not be revealed.
But she said, "He was very
ecstatic about receiving it."
Selleck has sometimes worn a
Tigers baseball cap in "Magnum"
episodes, and Tigers Alan Tramsnel
and Lou Whitaker have appeared on
Additionally, Selleck took batting
practice with the team at Tiger
Stadium last year.
Doily Photo by ANDI SCHREIBER
Middle Eastern merchant
All Amiri inspects the $500 handmade rug for sale in front of his store. His Persian House of Imports
has been in Ann Arbor for seventeen years.
Schuster's original artwork
b righ tens
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"A lot of people would say
'Man, a bathroom sign? I don't want
to do that,"' he said. "But... even the
mundane sort of things can be inter-
esting if you look at them differ-
ently." The painting consists of an
unraveling roll of toilet paper wind-
ing down the staircase and ending at
male and female symbols by the re-
One advantage of doing work at a
youth-oriented establishment such as
the Nectarine, said Schuster, is that
his work can be viewed by his peers.
But it also means that he has to
contend with vandalism.
In the past few weeks, vandals
damaged his acrylic paintings of car-
toon characters Boris and Natasha
from "Bullwinkle." A group of ani-
mal paintings are located on a wall
that "peopleslike to put their fists
through." At least; he joked, his
works provide the public with "an
outlet for their hostilities."
According to Le Lievre, the suc-
cess of this project has led the Nec-
tarine to consider employing other
student artists in the future, as well
as to continue the current project.
Schuster may also expand his work
to include the walls of the Kiwi
Club, a New Music club which the
Nectarine plans to open in its base-
Invited to an
Friday, September 25
. discover programs and
resources available to
student leaders.and groups
talk about how your group
could be more effective
enjoy some good food
2304 Michigan Union x
763 - 5900
Student Organization Development Center
The Michigan Union
The Center for Research on Learning and Teaching (CRLT) and
The LS&A Project on Language and Development (PLRD)
invite you to attend an exhibit on
LANGUAGE AND TECHNOLOGY
Tuesday, September 29, 3-6 pm
Pendleton Room, The Michigan Union
Presentations and Demonstrations:
3:00-3:30 Use of video disc technology and interactive video in language
instruction, Edna Amir Coffin, Dept. of Near Eastern Studies
3:30-4:00 Using video filming and viewing for developing oral
roficiency, Joan Morley, Program in Linguistics and English
L anguage Institution
4:00-4:30 Use of computer assisted instruction in Chinese studies,
William Baxter, Dept. of Asian Languages and Cultures
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Nusya Milman, Dept. of Slavic languages and Literatures
5:00-6:00 Open time for visiting exhibits which include materials from
the above presentations and a special demonstration of IBM
System-2 capabilities by an IBM representative
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