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Page 10- The Michigan Daily -Thursday, September 8, 1988

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The University's
anti-harassment policy
officially goes into effect.

Spring Term
Begins

Ann Arbor resident Charles Tackett,
a Vietnam veteran, sees his dream
of a national Vietnam veterans'
holiday begin to come true with an
Ann Arbor veterans' celebration at
the University's Regents' Plaza.
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PBS airs Racism 101, a
documentary on race
relations at college cam-
puses. Program examined
racial strife here, at U. of
Mass., and at Dartmouth
College.

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Greenpeace pickets in
front of the E. Liberty
Burger King at noon to
protest the chain's use
of Icelandic fish.

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Various student groups protest on State Street t
Israeli occupation of the West Bank and Gaza Stri

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Peace activist Brian
Willson, who lost his
}legs after being hit by a
munitions train during a
protest against contra aid,
speaks to Ann Arbor
residents.
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A chemical spill in the
C.C. Little Building
creates a fire hazard to
which 17 firefighters and
seven fire trucks respond.

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Members of the Lesbian and Gay Rights Organizing Committe
take a "shopping trip" - publicly displaying their affection - t
educate the public about the presence of homosexuality in societ:
and to urge people to recognize gay and lesbian rights
One of two anti-apartheid shanties on the Diag is destroyed b
arson

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The United Coalition Against Racism
and the Free South Africa Coordinating
Committee sponsor the rebuilding of the
destroyed shanty.

Ann Arbor Police
Chief William Corbett
announces a crackdown
on underage drinking in
campus-area bars.

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June 1
Michigan pitcher Jim Abbott is selected in the first
round of the major league amateur draft by the
California Angels.
Leaders in Prevention -a local anti-drug group-
says it will sponsor a fall ballot to repeal or strengthen
Ann Arbor's $5 marijuana law.

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The University's
Transportation
Services adds
-six new maize
and blue buses
to its 36-bus
fleet.

Sarah Riordan formally
resigns as chair of the
MSA Student Rights
Committee, citing differ-
ences with assembly
president Mike Phillips.

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About 70 Ann Arbor residents rallied
for affordable local housing at a "Build
Homes Not Bombs" rally, after which
protesters spent the night in a "tent
city"on the lawn of Ann Arbor,
City Hall.

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Michigan runner John
Scherrer wins the NCAA
10,000 meter race.

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The University's
maintenance and service
workers' union votes to
ratify a new contract'that
includes a four percent
wage increase over the
next two years.

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James Duderstadt,
former provost and vice
president for academic
affairs, is named
University president.

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The Michigan Legislature
passes a bill outlawing
rent control proposals in
city elections. Ann Arbor
ballots included such a
proposal, which failed by
a 2-1 margin, last April.

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Abbott wins the
1987 Tanqueray
Amateur Athlete
Achievement
Award.

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The Ann Arbor City Council chooses Farmington
Hills' government consultant, Del Borgsdorf, to be
the new city administrator.
The Michigan Student Assembly receives criticism
from some members of the University's Board of
Regents when the assembly presents its annual budget.

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Lesbian/Gay Pride Week
begins. Organizers tryto
educate the public
through rallies and wcrk-
shops.

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(A bleak week for news.)

Spring Term
Ends
(Some news.)

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Gary Grant is selected in
the first round of the
NBA draft by Seattle. He
is subsequently traded to
the Los Angeles Clippers.
(See story, page 25)

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Summer Term
begins.
(News is as scarce as rain.)

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Abbott and
NCAA diving
champion Mary
Fischbach are
nominated by
Michigan to
represent the
school in the
competition for
the 1987-88
Big Ten Jesse
Owens Athlete-
of -the-Year.

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Ann Arbor City Council votes 6-5 for a
law making skateboarding illegal along
sections of Liberty, State, Main, and
South University, as well a Liberty Park
Plaza downtown. (See story, page 23)

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Newly-appointed Athletic
Director Bo Schembechler
reveals his plan for a $12
million football training
center and athletic admini-
stration building.

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Rackham Graduate student Harold
Marcuse files suit against the Ann
Arbor Police and University public
safety officers who he alleges used
unnecessary force against him
during a Nov. 25 student protest.

Tom Hayden, University alumnus and former
political activist, tells a paying audience that the '60s
decade was "the most idealistic, most tragic" of our
time - and the inspiration for his book, Reunion: A
Memoir, available in your local bookstore for $22.50.

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Abbott receives the 1987-
88 Big Ten Jesse Owens
men's Athlete-of-the-
Year.

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The Ann Arbor Art Fairs take over the city, bringing crowds, crafts,
and relief from the drought when heavy rain hits the city at the

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