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Page 2 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 9, 1988

Pursell's
voting
angers
group
WASHINGTON (AP) - Rep.
Carl Pursell (R-Plymouth) is one of
the "most dangerous anti-environ-
mental legislators" seeking re-
election this year, a lobbying group
pushing environmental issues said
yesterday.
In drafting the list, Environmental
Action considered 14 votes in the
House and 14 votes in the Senate. It
also considered acceptance of cam-
paign contributions from organiza-
tions Environmental Action believes
are anti-environment, power in the
members' house of Congress, the
extent of environmental problems in
the members' district, and leadership
in anti-environmental fights.
The congressmember's staff said
yesterday, however, that Environ-
mental Action misrepresented Rep.
Carl Pursell's record.

Welcome to the 'U' ROBIN LOZNAK/Daily
First-year physical education student Eric Riley speaks with Eugene Nissen, associate
dean of student Adademic Affairs, last night at a minority convocation reception at
Rackham Auditorium. About 300 students attended the fourth annual ceremony. See
story, Page 1.

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account books
At-A-Glance Planners
Avery labels
binder clips
bookkeeping records
book rings
calculator tape
calendars
carbon paper
clipboards
columnar books
computer sheet binders
date books
envelopes
erasers
file folders
file frames
file pockets
folders

glue pen retills post-it notes
graph paper pens press-on lettering
gummed reinforcements poster board push pins
hanging folder poster paint receipt books
index cards poster putty report covers
ring binders
rubber bands
We still have ... rulers
bUttons * Candy* Crds fUn stUff sales books
j-* .. .scotch tape

index tabs
legal pads
liquid paper
loose leaf paper
mailing labels
masking tape
memo books

memo pads
mounting tape
padded envelopes
paper clips
paper cubes
pencils
pencil sharpeners

sheet protectors
spiral notebooks
staplers
staples
3-hole punch
typing cartridges
typing paper
typing ribbon
vinyl lettering

IN BRIEF
Compiled from Associated Press and staff reports
Flames force firefightersy
to close Old Faithful 4
YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK, Wyo. - Firefighter
yesterday for the first time closed all but a small piece of the oldes
national park, devastated by fires that surrounded Old Faithful and charred,
more than one million acres.
Although federal officials have called this the worst fire season in 30
years, no fatalities have been directly attributed to the blazes, which hav.
charred 3.65 million acres, an area larger than Connecticut.
President Reagan is sending a Cabinet-level team to the West to se
what additional federal help is needed in fighting fires, and the White
House said the number of troops on the fire line is likely to be increased.,
So far, about 2,500 military personnel are fighting fires.
Most of the 2.2 million-acre park was closed to ensure an open pat
for fire trucks and to protect tourists from the roaring flames.
Judge hears JOA case
WASHINGTON - A federal judge was confronted yesterday with
conflicting arguments over whether to let Detroit's daily newspapers
complete a partial merger approved last month by then-Attorney Generl,
Edwin Meese.
The arrangement approved by Meese before he left office would allow
the morning Free Press, owned by Knight-Ridder, Inc. to merge its
commercial and business operations with the News, bought in 1986 by
Gannett Co.
The deal was temporarily blocked by court order last month to give
U.S. District Judge George Revercomb a chance to consider the legal
challenge by Michigan Citizens for an Independent Press.
The Michigan group of readers and advertisers charges that the two
newspapers set out to try to put each other out of business by cutting
advertising and circulation rates or to qualify for a joint operating agree-
ment.
Shuttle to fly in Sept.
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. - Discovery's astronauts donned orange
pressure suits and threw switches in a successful practice countdow
yesterday, and NASA officials said they hope to launch the first space
shuttle since the Challenger tragedy this month.
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration plans to announce
a launch date Wednesday, following a two-day flight readiness review
here. Officials have been discussing a date from Sept. 26 to 29. ,
"The enthusiasm around here is obvious," Kennedy Space CenteĀ«
Director Forrest S. McCartney said. "It seems to me like we've finally
got it put back together."
He referred to the long recovery, with its many setbacks and
milestones, from the Challenger explosion that killed seven astronauts od
Jan. 28, 1986.
Candidates set debates,
UNDATED - Tentative agreement was reached yesterday on Sept. 25
as the date for the first of two presidential campaign debates between Gov.,;
Michael Dukakis (D-Mass.) and Vice President George Bush. While top
aides were working out details, the rival candidates were emphasizing
defense policy during appearances in Texas and Kentucky, respectively.
The tentative debate agreement was announced by Dukakis campaign
chair Paul Brountas who said the two candidates would meet on Sept. 25
at Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, N.C. Brountas said the
second presidential debate would be Oct. 13 or 14 depending on the base-
ball playoff schedule.
Vice presidential nominees Lloyd Bentsen and Dan Quayle will debate
during the first week in October.
EXTRAS
Classes, CRISP, & the
Daily: it's Fall again
Welcome back.
The drought is over, Preacher Jim has returned to the Diag, CRISP is
packed with those desperate to change their classes, and copies of the
Daily are already starting to accumulate under the desks and around your
feet. (Look down, they're there.)

Yes, the fall term has begun, and we at the Daily are ready to bring you
every city and campus issue, protest, meeting, speaker, performer and
game as soon as it happens.
We come to you this fall with a few editions to our editorial staff. As
newly elected news editors, Andrew Mills and Melissa Ramsdell will add
to our coverage of University and City events, Jim Poniewozik will add
perspective to Ann Arbor's cultual scene as our new Arts editor, and Brian
Bonet will add a critical edge to Weekend Magazine as our new associate
Neekend Magazine Editor.
With our slightly revamped look, our headlines and type styles also
look a bit different. But don't worry - The changes are not too major, so
hopefully, this will make the Daily an easier read without causing
excessive confusion.
The Michigan Daily (ISSN 0745-967) is published Monday
through Friday during the fall and winter terms by students at the
University of Michigan. Subscription rates: January through April
- $15 in Ann Arbor, $22 outside the city. 1988 spring, summer,
and fail term rates not yet available.
The Michigan Daily is a member of The Associated Press and the
National Student News Service.r
Editor in Chief..................REBECCA BLUMENSTEIN Photo Editors.......... ..KAREN HANDELMAN
Managing Editor ...........MARTHAVSEVETSONJOHNMUNSON
News Editor.............................EVE BECKERJONM SN
City Editor..............................MELISSA RAMSDELL PHOTO STAFF: Alexandra Brez, Jessica Greene, Ellen
e E. .ELIZ ETH ATKI Levy, Robin Loznak, David Lubliner, Danny Stiebel, Lisa
University Editor.....................ANDREW MILLS X
NEWS STAFF: Victoria Bauer, Anna Borgman, Dov
Cohen, Donna ladipaolo, Steve Knopper, Kristine LaLonde,
Eric Lemont, Michael Lustig, Alyssa Lustigman, Lisa Weekend Editor....................................
Pollak, Micah Schmit, Anna Senkevitch, Marina Swain, STEPHEN GREGORY
Melissa Ramsdell, Lawrence Rosenberg, David Schwartz, Associate Weekend Editor....................BRIAN BONE
Ryan Tutak, Lisa Winer. Display Sales Manager......................JACKIE MILLERt ,
Opinion Page Editors. JEFFREY RUTHERFORD Assistant Display Sales Manager............Tamara J.
CALE SOUTHWORTH Christie
OPINION STAFF: Muzammil Ahmed, Elizabeth Esch, Special Sections Coordinator........LISA GEORGE
Noah Finkel, Amy Harmon, I. Matthew Miller, HenryR
Park, Sandra Steingraber. DISPLAY SALES STAFF: Alyssa Altman, Paul Berkey,
Sports Editor.........................................JEFF Lauren Berman, Jorge Blanco, Jill Breines, Jennifer
RUSH Chappell, Susi D' Ambra, Beverly Day, Leslie Duberstein,
Associate Sports Editors.........JULIE HOLLMAN Milton Feld, Heather Gleason, Lisa Greenberg, Jeff
ADAM SClEFITER HalperinSusan Lulich, Heather MacLaclan, Jodi Manchik,
ADAM SCHRAGER Kitty Monroe. Shelly Pleva. Sarah PolIe. Sharlene Prais. 4

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