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Page 2-The Michigan Daily- Thursday, November 7, 1991

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Present at both opening
and closing roll calls
Art
Cheryl Mahba
Business
Andrew Kanfer
Antonio Vernon
Engineering
Brian Kight
Law
Michael Warren
LSA
Ken Bartlett
Tom Cunningham
David En.9lander
Kevin Killian
Meg an Landers
Joel Martinez
Jeff Muir
Nursing
Nicole Schupe
Rackham
Sean Herlihy
Max Ochoa
Amy Polk
Ben Witherell
Italics denotes absence at both opening
and closing roll calls.

Business
Sandra Dixon
Engineering
Alexia Fink
John Vandenberg
Library Science
Paula Jabloner
LSA
Julie Davies
Scott Gast
Jong Han (excused)
John Line
Priti Marwah
Anitra Nolte
Melissa Saari
Kim Watson
Brett White
Natural Resources
Nena Shaw
"Pharmacy
San Nordan (excused)
Rackham
Tim Darr
Jeff Hinte
Maria Yen
Social Work
Colleen Crossey

DISASTER
Continued from page 1
Provincial Disaster Coordinating
Center said the death toll on Leyte,
250 miles south of Manila, stood
at 2,337.
Officials said another 52 people
died on the island of Negros.
Provincial officials in Tacloban
said the death toll was based on
body counts. But Vilma Tan, a re-
gional civil defense worker, said
authorities were so overwhelmed
by the calamity that they were hav-
ing problems compiling complete,
accurate casualty figures.
The storm forced former first
lady Imelda Marcos, whose home-
town is on Leyte, to cancel a
planned trip to the island yester-
day. It was not known if Mrs.
Marcos, who pledged to visit vic-
tims of previous disasters follow-
ing her return from exile earlier
this week, would reschedule the
visit.
Thelma, a relatively weak
storm, struck Samar island on
Tuesday with winds gusting to 46
mph before passing over Leyte and

Negros. There were no reports
from Samar, third largest of the
7,100 Philippine islands but among
the most primitive.
Most of the dead were in Or-
moc, the coastal city of about
160,000, which is about 45 miles
southwest of Tacloban, the provin-
cial capital. Mrs. Ladoy said the
death toll in Ormoc stood at 2,002,
'Cars and trucks were
being flushed into
Ormoc Bay like toys'
- Ruby Gernale
Red Cross official
many of them children.
The disaster occurred five
months after the devastating erup-
tions of the Mount Pinatubo vol-
cano, which caused the deaths of
about 700 people, left more than
300,000 homeless and forced the
U.S. Air Force abandon Clark Air
Base, a few miles east of the slopes.
In November 1990, Typhoon
Mike passed through the central
Philippines, killing at least 335
people and sinking more than 30
ships in Cebu Harbor.

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Andrew M. Levy/DAILY GRAPHIC
United Asian American Organization
presents
Fr nk Chin
Noted Asian American Writer
A Reading From His Latest Novel
Donald Duk

A woman cries over the body of her infant child, killed yesterday by
Tropical Storm Thelma on the island of Leyte in the central Philippines.

Dates and Times:

a, ss~s.

" Book Signing
at Shaman Drum,
4-6 pm Friday 11/8/91
. Reading of his latest novel
Donald Duk, reception to follow
at Rackham Amphitheatre,
7:30-9:30 pm Friday 11/8191
. Workshop
on Asian American Literature
at Kuenzel Room, Union,
11am-2pm Saturday 11/9/91

THE TRAINED VOLUNTEER CORPS, sponsored by a
grant from the W.J. KELLOGG FOUNDATION and the
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, is seeking qualified
undergraduate students to provide the leadership and
foundation to four new student organizations beginning
in January, 1992. Officers are sought for:
THE HOMELESS PROJECT
THE YOUTH AT RISK PROJECT
THE ELDERLY PROJECT
THE ADULT LITERACY PROJECT
Officers for each project will be responsible for:
* Management of a substantial budget for program and
promotions.
* Organization and development of field service projects.
* Supervision of all project committees.
* Organizational planning and membership recruitment.

POLICE
Continued from page 1
the use of gas was justified, but said
the judgment will be included in its
Nov. 19 report to the full assembly.
"I'm sure there's people that'd
say that if you did nothing, this
would've died out and nothing
would have happened, but there's no
way we can know that," Hoover
said. "Each... situation of this na-
ture is individual and unique."
The report also says Ann Arbor
police were not wearing face shields
or helmets required in such situa-
tions.
Five police officers who were
not wearing riot equipment were in-
jured "as a result of being struck by
objects thrown by the crowd," and
two were treated at the hospital, the
report says.
The report explained that police
could not take the time for proper
precautions because the incident un-
folded quickly.
"In situations that develop in-
frequently like this, where there's
no time to get equipment to the
scene, we have to deal with this as
best we can," Hoover said.
The report listed several recom-
mendations, including:
Possibly deploying more offi-
cers to South University after foot-
ball games to "maintain a police

presence";
Exploring other crowd con-
trol methods, such as officers
mounted on horseback;
Increasing University in-
volvement, possibly by sponsoring
parties or events, and;
An immediate debriefing if
any similar events happen, to review
police tactics and decisions.
''m sure there's
people that'd say that
if you did nothing, this
would've died out and
nothing would have
happened, but there's
no way we can know
that. Each... situation
of this nature is
individual and unique'
- William Hoover
Executive Deputy Chief

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Sponsored by:

UAAO, Asian American Association, Minority
Affairs Commission, Department of American
Culture, Office of Vice-President of Student
Services, Office of Minority Students Services
(MSS), UMAASC, and Michigan Student
Assembly.

To apply, submit resume and cover letter:
Margaret Elias
Trained Volunteer Corps
2205 Michigan Union
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1349
Application deadline is November 22, 1991.

Mayor Liz Brater did not com-
ment on the report, but said Police
Department officials told her that
alcohol abuse was a large factor in
the South University incident.
Brater said she hopes to curb al-
cohol abuse through meetings with
local bar owners and a Dec. 9 City
Council work session with the state
Liquor Control Commission.

Trained Volunteer Corps

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COLLEGE OF MUSIC
Artistry & Community

The Galimir String Quartet
Felix Galimir, Violin
Hiroko Yajimna, Violin
Steven Tenenbom, Viola
Timothy Eddy, Violoncello
The Mannes Trio
Hiroko Yajima, Violin
Melissa Meell, Violoncello
Diane Walsh, Piano
The Newman-Oltman
Guitar Duo
Michael Newman
Laura Oltman
Stringed Instruments
Nina Beilina, Violin
Alexander Cores, Violin
Felix Galimir, Violin
Shirley Givens, Violin
*Raymond Gniewek, Violin
Lewis Kaplan, Violin
Ani Kavafian, Violin
David Nadien, Violin
Aaron Rosand, Violin
Sally Thomas, Violin
Hiroko Yajima, Violin
Lillian Fuchs, Viola
Rosemary Glyde, Viola
Karen Ritscher, Viola
Steven Tenenbom, Viola
Walter Trampler, Viola
*Myung Wha Chung,
Violoncello
Timothy Eddy, Violoncello
Melissa Meell, Violoncello
Paul Tobias, Violoncello
Peter Wiley, Violoncello
Julius Levine, Double Bass
Homer Mensch, Double Bass
Piano
Edward Aldwell
Arkady Aronov
'Stephanie Brown
Vladimir Feltsman
Claude Frank
Richard Goode
Grant Johannesen
Lilian Kallir
Leon Pommers
Marie Powers
Josef Raieff
Peter Serkin
Nina Svetlanova
Diane Walsh
torun and Church Musd

Tec

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Judith N
Laura A
Elaine E
John Fe
Mark H
Linda St
William
Gervase
Peter Si
David C
Haroldt

At Mannes they go together. The skills, understanding and originality of Eliza
artistry are fostered by a superb faculty in a caring and supportive EdVa
community. That's wby Mannes graduates succeed. cotF Tu
inds and BrassREGIONAL AUDITIONS m
Mendenhall, Flute RChiOaLN
hlbeck, Oboe icago
Douvas, Oboe - , ~ yl
rrillo, Oboe February 4, 1992 at Cuitiss Ha,
ill, Oboe Fine Alts Buldig. Classical
rommen, Oboe ( . Guitar MDa
Blount, Clarinet New York City: Eliot Fisk Mei-M
de Peyer, Clarinet January 8, 1992; March 3,4,5,6, 1992; Frederic Hand Willi
menauer, Clarinet May 26,27,28,29, 1992; Herbert Levine Frank
:arroll, Bassoon August dates to be announced. Michael Newman Marie
Goltzer, Bassoon r~_.. .. . David Starobin ,Cal,

hniques of Music
beth Aaron
ard AIdwell
ndie Burstein
erry Champlin
Robert Cuckson
Leo Edwards
Steven Freides
David Gagne
Charles Jones
Ford Lallerstedt
Larry Laskowski
avid Loeb
-Mei Meng
am Needelman
k Nemhauser
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Schachter
ory and Literature
usic
eric Fehleisen, MA.,
tory of Music
orah Davis, M.A., M.S.,
aduate Studies
chael Griffel, Ph.D.,
aduate Studies, Literature
music
h Horowitz, M.A.
aduate Studies
es Kaufman, Ph.D.
tory of Music
eth Stern, Ph.D.,
dies in Opera History
faculty for 1991-'92

ESPN
Continued from page 1
they were. I don't know what it
will turn into but hopefully some-
thing great."
"You don't expect (students) to
walk in and be on-the-air talent,"
Evans said. "This doesn't guarantee
a future, but it's a good chance to see
if they have what it takes to make a
good shot on the air."
This is the second year ESPN has
held auditions at Big Ten schools
for student commentators, Evans
said.
"You have to give a lot of credit
to the announcers and production
staff. They are used to dealing with
professionals and here the students
are not professionals in any sense,"
Evans said. "But from the time
when they start on Friday to when
they go off the air on Saturday,

they've improved by 100 percent."
"It's a nice effort on ESPN's
part to open up this process to stu-
dents," Friendly said. "You typi-
cally have high-paid commentators
doing it from the booth and you
never hear students' voices about
what is a student occurrence. You
hear a lot from the players but not
from a representative who is a
student."
Brad Lefton, a second-year gradu-
ate student in Japanese Studies, was
the student chosen to do sideline
coverage of last year's Minnesota
game. He kept in touch with Brian
Williams, a producer at ESPN, and
this year the network asked him to
do student commentary for the
Michigan-Indiana game.
"It was an irreplaceable, invalu-
able experience, to at this stage of
your career, have the opportunity to
appear on live, national television,"
Lefton said.

Leonard Hindell, Bassoon
Judith Leclair, Bassoon
Allen Won, Saxophone
Ranier Delntinis,
French horn
David Jolley, French born
Philip Myers, French born
Mel Broiles, Trumpet
Vincent Penzarella, Trumpet
James Smith, Trumpet
Joseph Alessi, Trombone
Per Brevig, Trombone
Donald Harwood,
Bass trombone
Stephen Johns, Tuba
Conducting
Michael Charry, Orchestral
Amy Kaiser, Choral
Voice
Richard Barrett
'Judith Blegen
Thomas Cultice
Peter Elkus
Bonnie Hamilton
Antonia Lavanne
Dan Marek
Marian Thompson
Theodor Uppman
Diction
Nico Castel, French,
German & Italian
Robert Cowart, Italian
Kathryn LaBouff, English
Palma Toscani, French
Movement
Philin Burton

1)bs-t Worth
February 5, 1992 at Orchestra Hall,
Fort Worth.
LOS Angeles:
February 6, 1992 at The Music Center
of Los Angeles County.

Composition
Robert Cuckson
Charles Jones
David Loeb
David Tcimpidis
Contemporary Ensemble
Madeleine Shapiro, Director
Percussion Ensemble
*Jim Preiss, Director
Historical Performance
Ensembles
The Mannes Baroque
Chamber Players,
Nancy Wilson, Director
The Mannes Camerata,
Paul Echols, Director
The Mannes
Renaissance Band,
Benjamin Peck, Director

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