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The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, April 5, 1989 - Page 5

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DAVID LUBNIIER/Daily
in the streets of Ann Arbor

D)AVID) LUBLINER/Daily

Within minutes after Michigan won the NCAA
championship, fans began partying on the streets.
Many in the crowd were injured by hurled bottles
and rocks. Eight were arrested. But many said that
it was a time they would never want to forget.

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David DeShano and
friend Elliot pose in
front of a taxi flipped
by revelers during the
riot.

ROBIN LOZNAK/Daily

Police in riot gear keep watch over unruly crowds on
South University. Even so, windows were broken,
a fire was started, and a cab was overturned.

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SYMPOSIUM HONORING DR. PHILIP CONVERSE

Date:
Time:
Where:

Friday, April 7, 1989
2:00 to 4:00 p.m.
Rackham Amphitheatre

Reception immediately following 4:00 to 5:00 p.m.
Speakers include:
" Dr. Morris Fiorina, Harvard University, "Representation, Parties, and Voting"
* Dr. Donald R. Kinder, The University of Michigan, "Belief Systems After
Converse"
" Dr. Neil Smelser, University of California, Berkeley, "Funding Priorities for the
Behavioral and Social Sciences"
The symposium and reception are open to the public.
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