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Page 2-The Michigan Daily-Thursday, October 18,1990'
B ri1ti sh say Israel wrong H .w<&.a
to ebuff U.N. inquiry sci

JERUSALEM (AP)- Britain's
foreign secretary said yesterday tha~t
Israel was playing into Iraqi hands
by rebuffing a U.N. inquiry into the
,Temple Mount killings.
Foreign Secretary Douglas Hurd
said he has not succeeded in persuad-
ing Prime Minister Yitzhak Shamir
and Foreign Minister David Levy to
~accept the U.N. delegation.
'"I think that Saddam Hussein
would be very pleased if the (U.N.)
'Security Council now stopped con-

centrating on Kuwait and began to
concentrate on Arab-Israel," Hurd
told reporters, referring to Iraq's 12-
week-long occupation of Kuwait.
"And that is why I'm anxious
that the government of Israel should
find some way of receiving ... the
secretary-general's mission," he said.
Hurd also criticized the Palestine
Liberation Organization for supportigt eIaip sd nsyng he c-

tion set back chances for a Pales-
tinian dialogue with the Israelis. "I
think the PLO has made a serious
mistake in that respect," he said.
The foreign secretary said he
didn't see a chance for progress in
the Palestinian-Israeli conflict until
the Persian Gulf crisis was resolved.
He suggested, however, that once
Saddam was out of Kuwait, there
would be greater pressure on Israel to
accept compromises.

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WEEKEND
Continued from page 1
will bring hundreds of Daily alumni
to campus.
The "Evans Scholars Car Bash,"
a charity event which involves bash-
ing old cars with a sledge hammer,
vill take place tomorrow on the
giiag.
Saturday, the Alumni Council
Will sponsor the "Go Blue Brunch,"
Sigma Alpha Epsilon will sponsor
its annual Mud Bowl football game
before the big game. SAE will com-
'pete against Phi Delta Theta and
Kappa Alpha Theta will play Chi
Omega.

The week will culminate at the
Michigan vs. Iowa football game at
Michigan Stadium at 12:30 Satur-
day.
Even with all of these events,
however, some students still regard
this as just another weekend more
focused on returning students than
on the ones already here.
"Homecoming in high school
was such a big deal, but in college it
doesn't seem as important... it's
more for the alumni," said Julie
Quinlan, first-year LSA.
Shariee Turner, first-year LSA
student agreed.
"During orientation, I kept ask-
ing people 'what's homecoming like

here?'. All they said was 'it's no big
deal,' and I was really let down," she
said.
Other students see homecoming
as a time to reunite with old friends.
"The only thing that homecom-
ing means to me is seeing friends
who have graduated," said Marc
Wites, a senior in the Business
School. "I have no idea if anything
is even going on as far as activities
are concerned."
"(Homecoming is) just not a so-
cial necessity," summarized Robert
Van Houweling, an LSA sopho-
more. "It's not a big deal... I don't
know what they could do to make it
seem more important."

AP' Photo

Remembering those lost in the quake
Two female postal workers embrace outside a quake-damaged building on the Pacific Garden Mall in Santa
Cruz, California ves~terdav. and view three wreaiths left in memorv of the three oeoonle that died on the mall in

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INFO *FEST '90
Where else can you eat, drink, be merry and
learn something at the same time?
Need to satisfy a sweet tooth? Like to win prizes?
Then you'll love what we have in store for you. But
wait! There's more. We also have practical things
planned. Visit our study skills booth, and get some
;helpful hints on how to manage your time. Or take
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-play with a computer. We also have campus maps,
giveaways, and lots of valuable information on the
Library. Join the fun. Come to INFO*FEST. You'll
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DISCUSSION
Continued from page 1
"You cannot judge the outcome
of the conference yet, but it was an
important step in identifying areas of
concern and potential improvement,"~
Dumas said. "The value of the con-
ference will depend upon what future
efforts to act on the conference's
conclusions."
The retreat participants used the
Campus Life report from the
Carnegie Foundation, of Washington
D.C. as a guideline for their meet-
ing.
Published yearly, the founda-
tion's current report listed six guide-

lines to "provide an effective formula
for day-to-day decision making on+
the campus and... define the kind of
community every college and uni-
versity should strive to be."
'There were so many
more administrators
and faculty present
than students, I don't
think the results can
accurately reflect
student opinion'
- Nicole Carson
LSA Senior
The guidelines state that a uni-
versity campus must work to be a

purposeful, open, just, disciplined,:
caring and celebrative community.
The delegates at the retreat decided
that the University was best at being
purposeful, open and celebrative (in
that order), but was not as successful
at being caring, disciplined and just.
"With the University being so
large, I can understand peoples' con-
cerns about how caring the Univer-
sity can be," said Rhetaugh Dumas,,
Dean of the Nursing School and a
faculty representative at the retreat.
"There's always room for im-M
provement, and it's important to
look for areas where the Univef sity
can care more for the students, and
the campus in general," she said.

Coming to a Residence Hall near you!
Tuesday, October 16, 5-7 p.m.
South Quad Hall, East Side Lobby
Wednesday, October 17, 5-7 p.m.
Markley Hall
Thursday, October 18, 5-7 p.m.
Bursley Hall, Main Lobby
Games, door prizes, candy giveaways!
Computer demos, study tips,
term paper assistance!

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