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EDUCOM
exhibits
attract
students
By Diane Cook
Daily Research Reporter
Bidding farewell to the
University, the EDUCOM '89
conference doors were opened to
:students and University guests
yesterday, ending a week of
Computer and information tech-
.nology demonstrations and seminars.
"It's really our way of saying
=thank you," said Kathy Schaible,
fEDUCOM manager of corporate re-
lations, who organized the exhibits.
"As we've grown, the host institu-
tions are becoming so involved."
4 Schaible said over 1200 people
"attended the massive exhibit which
was open from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m in
the track and tennis building.
Students flocked to the exhibits.
"I was just thinking of getting a
computer," said Patrick Chan, a se-
Chior in the school of pharmacology
-tat the NeXT display. "I'm just here
-to see what system I may get."
it The Apple Computer exhibit, fo-
t'cusing on advances in portable com-
"uters, integrative options, and aca-
a' "The reason we're here is that
we're selling this product to the
,other universities," said Julie Laund-
bardt, employee at the Computer
-Research Institute at Brown Univer-
R EHNQUIST
-Continued from page 1
cal force behind the impeachment
''1riall had succeeded in removing
Chase [a Federalist], that could have
been the case."

The Michigan Daily - Friday, October 20, 1989 - Page 5
Regents move to
'omit exact remarks
from minutes

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by Noah Finkel
Daily Administration Reporter
FLINT - Comments made by
members of the University Board of
Regents at the board's monthly
meeting will no longer be reprinted
verbatim in the meeting's minutes.
The move infuriated Regents
Deane Baker (R-Ann Arbor) and
Veronica Smith (R-Grosse Isle),
who considered the motion an at-
tempt to censor free speech.
Many times in the past, Baker
has inserted prepared remarks in the
meeting minutes concerning
"controversial topics," in order to
"prevent misinterpretation or incor-
rect quotations."
r Regent Philip Power (D-Ann Ar-
bor) said Baker's verbatim comments
inserted in the minutes concerning
the anti-discrimination policy con-
tributed to Federal Court Judge Av-
aIy ern Cohn striking down that policy
last August.
Most of the regents agreed with
Power's proposal to place sum-

maries of regent's remarks rather
than any verbatim statements and to
put any prepared statement in a sepa-
rate archive.
"Cohn did not properly perceive
what happened at the regent's meet-
ing (because of) the false record of
the meeting," said Regent Paul
Brown (D-Petoskey).
But Regent Smith, in agreement
with Baker, said "I find this unbe-
lievable... We have four attorneys on
this board who should know the
value of free speech."
"I could just imagine Judge Cohn
coming in and straightening us out
again," she said.
Supporters of the motion main-
tained this is not a censorship issue.
"This is not a question of what
someone can say," Brown said. "We
are just saying what the minutes
should say."
Baker charged that the move is a
"device to hide the truth under an-
other layer of paper."

University students gather around a computer display at EDUCOM which wE
ended yesterday. Over 1200 people visited the exhibit which featured compu
demonstrations and seminars.

sity, who was demonstrating the in-
stitute's Intermedia Program.
Zenith and IBM also had large
demic applications, was very popular
with students. Demonstrators from
other universities were on hand to
explain programs that were success-
ful elsewhere.
Second year law student David
Finnegan described the lecture as
"interesting," but said he did not par-
ticularly admire the justice, "I don't
think he is the most brilliant legal
scholar."

exhibits.
EDUCOM has grown measurably
since its inception in 1964, when
only seven colleges participated. The
consortium now consists of 590 col-
leges and universities.
The 25th anniversary EDUCOM
'89 saw a record number of attenders
- 3,400 overall this year. This fig-

KENNETH SMOLLER/ Da
as held on campus this week and
ter and information technology
ure is nearly one thousand great
than last year's total.
"The whole show was a success
said Schaible.
The conference was official
brought to a close with remarks1
Arno Penzias, Nobel Laureate a
vice-president of research for AT&
Bell Laboratories.

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