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Page 2-The Michigan Daily- Friday, October 4, 1991

Yugoslav forces hit Adriatic
coast, threaten Dubrovnik

ZAGREB, Yugoslavia (AP) -
Moving to consolidate its control
over what remains of Yugoslavia,
the republic of Serbia announced
yesterday that it was taking over the
federal parliament with three allies.
Although the parliament is
virtually defunct, the move
appeared to represent Serbia's effort
to ,usurp what remains of federal
power. A senior Western diplomat
said the move effectively dissolved
the eight-member federal
presidency, which nominally

controls the Yugoslav army.
The army, which launched a
major assault against Croatia this
week, bombarded areas around
historic Dubrovnik, starting a
raging forest fire, and closed in on
the capital, Zagreb.
The Borba newspaper in Belgrade
said 26 federal soldiers had died in
three days of fighting for
Dubrovnik.
Croatian leaders say the attacks
on the Adriatic, on the eastern
Croatian region of Slavonia and in

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Banija, south of Zagreb, represent a
bid by Serbia to define a "Greater
Serbia" that would include most of
Yugoslavia. The republic of
Slovenia and what remained of
Croatia would then be permitted to
become independent.
Macedonia President Kiro
Gligorov, whose republic, like
Croatia and Slovenia, has declared
independence from Yugoslavia,
called the Serbian takeover "illegal
and unconstitutional."
The presidency in Bosnia-
Hercegovina, where Croats and
Muslim live in growing discord
with Serbs, also condemned the
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Evening Prayers: 'service of Prayer and
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WEDNESDAY:
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FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
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SUNDAYS:
Worship-9:30 & 11 a.m.
Campus Faith Exploration Dicussion,
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RESEARCH
Continued from page 1
costs from an indirect to a direct
classification.
"It's going to take a while for us
to really assess what kind of effects
this is going to have on this Univer-
sity," said Kennedy.
Kennedy said that since the cap
will not take effect until July 1, the
University will have time to assess
the problem. "Since the new cap on
indirect cost rate will not be in ef-
fect to the first of July, we will
have time to adjust our internal sys-
tem," he said.
"There will be sufficient time to

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make adjustments to minimize any
impacts," Kennedy added.
An OMB spokesperson said he
hoped the new regulations would
ensure better accounting by colleges
and universities.
"The basic impact will be much
tighter accounting for the research
funding and hopefully better ac-
counting on the part of the individ-
ual institutions," the OMB
spokesperson said.
"There will be more checks and
balances to make sure research
money is going to the area it was in-
tended," he added.
Last March, the president of
Stanford University resigned after

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esterday afternoon for today's AntiP
an audit found he had incorrectly
spent the funds allocated for indi-
rest research on a 72-foot yacht.
In an draft audit of the Univer-
sity leaked to the press last month,-
HHS auditors faulted the Univer-'
sity administration for incorrectly
classifying some expenditures as in-
direc t costs associated with"
research.
Items which the University clas,
sified as indirectly associated with
research include a trip to the 1989
Rosebowl for the ex-director of
Communications and his wife -
which included first-class airline-
tickets and an advertising spot dur-'
ing the football game.
tion," he vowed, "students and par-
ents and teachers will get a real edu-kr
cation president."
He promised to offer a plan for'
affordable, quality health care in his
first year as president and pledged
to rid welfare rolls of freeloaders"
penalize kids who skip school and
stiffen child supprnfortocement.
Those already in the Democratic
field are Sen. Bob Kerrey of
Nebraska, Iowa Sen. Tom Harkin,
former Massachusetts Sen. Paul
Tsongas and Virginia Gov. L.
Douglas Wilder.t
tity ainiaway that they ant alle
cafineednesoeanexpepnd eain-
newspaper, but they have none of the
responsibility,' Baroway said.
Debra Baker, editor in chief of
the Lantern, said gaining indepen-
dence is a possible option.
Once you start takine
rights away, it is veryisod
hard to get thosebla
rights back'
-MelsaRomg:
Lantern edito ial editoru-.
"The staff and I are brainstorm
ing to come up with as many solu-,
tions to this as possible," she said.
stifen cild uppot enorceent
Thseared i teDeorae

CLINTON
Continued from page 1

Monday-Sunday
11 am-11 pm
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In Washington, Marlin Fitz-
water, spokesperson for the man
Clinton wants to replace, welcomed
the latest addition to the Dem-
ocratic field. "The more the mer-
rier," Bush's spokesperson said.
The governor praised Bush in the
area of foreign affairs, but said "we
cannot build a safe and secure world
unless we can be strong at home."
"I refuse to be part of a genera-

tion that celebrates the death of
communism abroad with the loss of
'We must turn this
country around and
get it working again'
- Gov. Bill Clinton
Presidential candidate
the American dream at home," he
said.
"In the Clinton administra-

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POLICE
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did that, justice will be served."
Bryan, a witness of the incident,
said the police were getting frus-
trated.
"They were looking for a reason
to arrest him (the man that eventu-
ally was arrested)," he said.
During questioning the man said,
"Yes I'm Black, a man, and no, I
have no gun."

LANTERN
Continued from page 1
executive director of university
communications.
Unlike many university publica-
tions that have financial, legal, and+
editorial autonomy of varying de-
grees, the Lantern is a laboratory
paper for OSU's School of Journal-
ism. Many stories originate and are
written for journalism classes.
Because the Lantern is an organ
of the university, any suit brought
against the paper would in essence
be one brought against OSU.
"The underlying issue is that if
the students on the Lantern want
the same authority as a paper like
the Daily, they need to become an
independent newspaper. The Ohio
State paper has perceived the situa-

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