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Page 2- The Michigan Daily-Friday, March 11, 1988

WC BN
Continued from Page 1
proposal made by the WCBN's Ex-
icutive Programming Staff to rein-
state Daley as an on-air staff member
would have gone through if not for
Gilmartin's actions.
MICH AND is definitely in
support of Daley returning to the
station and said, "The playing of

('Run Nigger, Run') was not racis
The way (Chris Daley) handle
playing the song was incorrect. B
the way CBN handled the whole si
uation was really incorrect."
Michaud said she would hav
liked o rectify the situati
Wednesday night.
Following Gilmartin's outbur
Wednesday night, a motion w4
passed unanimously by the CB
Board calling for Daley to petitic
the Board for his reinstatement.

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Research
Continued from Page 1

CORRECTION
The Daily apologizes for incorrectly identifying Des Preston
yesterday's paper. He is a disc jockey at WCBN.

Axelrod told about 50 students and
community members that professors
at any university should not have the
s right to do military research.
as Axelrod disputed claims raised by
many that professors should have
an "academic freedom," meaning they
should be able to research whatever
they want.
"On (the University's) campus,
the issue of military research is de-
liberately mutated to avoid talking
about militarism at all," he said.
"Instead, all that we hear about is
something called academic freedom."
But Political Science Prof. Ray-
mond Tanter responded in an inter-
view, "What is lethal to one person
may not be lethal to another person.
I do not think the University should
make a judgement over the ability of
scholars to pursue their inquiries...
Once you start banning research, the
next step, is to ban teaching."
Axelrod said politics cannot be
separated from research. "No matter
what (Vice President for Research)
Linda Wilson says about how she

doesn't want politics here, it's
missing the point," Axelrod said.
Wilson was unavailable for
comment.
University LSA senior Jackie
Victor, co-chair of the MSA Peace
and Justice committee, also spoke
at the forum. She said students at
MSU should get involved in fight-
ing against weapons research on
campus.
Victor is a member of the Uni-
versity's Coalition Against Weapons
Research, a group which is trying to
monitor and bring to public atten-
tion to the military research taking
place at the University.
Victor criticized the University's
Board of Regents for revoking the
research policy guidelines last April.
Prior to then, classified research
projects that had an "end-use" that
could be used "to kill or maim hu-
man beings" wasnot allowed. No
such guidelines currently exist.
Victor said of the forum, "One of
the exciting things is that there is
communication between the two
universities."
Lansing Area Nuclear Weapons
freeze worker Alan Fumas said, "The
arms race can be stopped, but the
public has to stop it, it won't stop
by itself."
Daily staffer Jim Poniewozik
contributed to this report.-
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State to appraise property
suggested for super collider
LANSING - Michigan plans to spend $7 million to appraise
property that would be in the path of the $4.4-billion superconducting
super collider, should the state win the lucrative federal research project.
The state is one of seven vying for the physics research facility, which
is expected to employ 11,000 people to build and 3,000 to operate.
Michigan officials on Wednesday accepted a $7 million bid on a
contract for appraisal of land in Ingham and Jackson counties that would
be affected by the super collider
"In one sense, it's a lot of money," said John Hanieski, executive
director of Michigan's Superconducting Super Collider Commission. But
he said the cost "is reasonable and proportional to the potential gain."
Residents can expect to learn late this summer what they would be
offered for their property, he said.
SovietR family hijacks plane
MOSCOW - A family of musicians from Siberia who hijacked an
Aeroflot jet hid their weapons inside their instruments, then opened fire
and set off a bomb when an army assault team stormed the plane, Soviet
media said yesterday.
Five of the hijackers, who were led by two brothers and their mother,
died in the assault and subsequent fire aboard the jetliner on Tuesday, as
did three passengers and a stewardess, Tass said. Two of the sky pirates
committed suicide and the matriarch, once honored as a Hero Mother of
the Soviet Union, was shot dead by family members, the official news
agency said.
Eleven hijackers commandeered the Tupolev-154 jet as it was en route
to Leningrad after a fueling stop in the Ural Mountain city of Kurgan, and
they told the pilot to fly to London, Tass said.
Riots continue in Gaza Strip
HEBRON, Occupied West Bank - Palestinians rioted near Jewish
enclaves and Jews drove down Arab streets early yesterday firing at houses
and savaging cars, the army and witnesses said. Soldiers wounded three
Arabs.
Troops shot and critically wounded two other Arabs in the occupied
Gaza Strip, hospital officials said.
In a new leaflet issued yesterday, underground Palestinian strike leaders
told residents of the occupied territories to take revenge on Jewish settlers,
Palestinians who aid Israel and those who sympathize with Jordan.
Deaf students protest hiring
of new university president
WASHINGTON- Gallaudet University students declared yesterday
that Elisabeth Ann Zinser, the new president of the school for the deaf, is
unwelcome on the campus and vowed to keep her out, althoug a member
of congress wants her to learn firsthand about the students' concerns.
Students have been protesting the selection-of Zinser, who is not deaf
and does not know sign language, and their demonstrtions have halted
virtually all instruction for four days. They have promised to continue
their protests until she resigns.
They threatened to seize the president's campus house and office if
Zinser made her way past students blocking entrances to the school.
EXTRAS
Hospital wait proves fruitful
for long-lost Florida cousins
TAMARAC, Fla. (AP) - When a nurse in a hospitalwaiting room
called the name Gnau, two cousins who hadn't see each other in 60 years
stood up.
"I looked at him and asked him his name," said 73-year-old Elmer
Gnau, a retired tool and dye maker. "I knew if he said Kenneth, he would
be my cousin. Not many people are namedGnau."
The chance meeting was an emotional experience for the two soft-
spoken men, who last saw each other when they were children in
Louisville, Ky. Elmer was 13 and Kenneth 3.
"I never thought I would have recognized him," said Kenneth Gnau,
63. "But I looked up, and my stomach came right up to my throat. He
has the face of my father. I almost cried."
Elmer Gnau, who lives in LaGrange, Ky., said he was in Florida to
visit his son, Jerry Gnau, in North Lauderdale when the after-effects of a
bout of pneumonia sent him to the hospital.
Kenneth Gnau, who retired to Margate with his wife, was waiting for
an X-ray of a shoulder injury.
The cousins, whose fathers were brothers, planned to visit each other
later this week after Kenneth Gnau has shoulder surgery.
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