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The Michigan Daily- Monday, February 3, 1992 - Page 7

134 Turks die
In avalanches
ANKARA, Turkey (AP) - Blizzards and snow-
blocked roads hampered searches yesterday for scores
of people feared buried under snowslides in the rugged
southeast Kurdish region.
Gov. Necati Cetinkaya, the state-appointed chief
administrator for the region, said at least 134 people
had died, many of them soldiers.
Rescuers, airlifted by U.S. military helicopters,
were digging through the snow.
'At 7. a.m. everyone was shoveling snow from the
oof of their houses. Suddenly there was a loud boom
like an artillery gun going off and we saw a whole
mountain moving upon us," recalled Ali Ergen of
Gormec, a village 190 miles east of Diyarbakir and in
Sirnak province bordering Iraq.
He had to be rescued from snow up to his neck, he
told the Anatolia news agency.
Villagers carried victims in makeshift stretchers
and shoveled snow and rubble to reach possible
survivors.
Thousands of villages were cut off in eastern and
southeastern Turkey. In many places, the snow piled up
to 10 feet high.
A private Turkish TV station had said officials
estimated the number of dead at 322.
Freezing weather meant it was unlikely that many
of those trapped in the avalanches could survive much
longer. Snow was as high as five feet in some places,
said meteorologists predicting more snow today.
Power line pylons weighted down with snow
,toppled down, plunging much of the area into darkness,
television reported.

New V.P. moves into dorm today

by Purvi Shah
Daily Administration Reporter
At a reception on her behalf Fri-
day, Vice President of Student Af-
fairs Maureen Hartford was inun-
dated by warnings - including
keeping shoes and bathrobe nearby in
case of false fire alarms - to help
her combat the dangers of living in
South Quadrangle Residence Hall.
Beginning today, Hartford will
reside in South Quad for a week, in-
dulging in the atmosphere and
meals, and - more importantly -
getting acquainted with students.
"It's going to give me a chance to
meet all kinds of students ... I don't
know if there's anything average
about Michigan students,"
Hartford said.
Student Alumni Council (SAC)
member Randall Lehrer said Hart-
ford's plan to stay in South Quad
demonstrates a commitment to
interaction with students.
"We warned her about fire
alarms already," said SAC represen-
tative Stacy Davis. "We were like,
have you been forewarned? You
can't get much more in the center of
action than there."
More than 65 students attended
the open reception held Friday in
order for Hartford to meet stu-
dents. Another reception will be
held on North Campus Feb. 13.
Hartford commented that she en-
joyed the cross-section of students

she met. "This has been a wonderful
student group," she said. "I've had a
wonderful welcome from the stu-
dents of Michigan. I hope I can live
up to their expectations."
Environmental Issues Commis-
sion chair Nena Shaw said that the
reception provided an opportunity
for students-at-large to meet with
administrators, who she argued tend
to meet only with student leaders.

that he attended the reception to be-
come more involved with students
and University activities.
"I was hoping to meet more of
the University community. We
don't have many of these types of
things," he said. "They happen too
infrequently."
However, Public Interest Re-
search Group of Michigan

'We warned her about fire alarms already.
We were like, have you been forewarned?
You can't get much more in the center of
action than there.'
- Stacy Davis,
Student Alumni Council representative

MOLLY STEVENS/Daily
Tibi Spak, stagehand for a Polish Folk Dancing Troop,
tapes down loose boards on the Hill Auditorium stage.
Circus Elephant on rampage
PALM BAY, Fla. (AP) - Police Officer Blayne
Doyle was working security at the Great American
Circus on Saturday when Kelly, an 8,000-pound Indian
elephant, grabbed him with her trunk and tried to
stomp on him.
"I thought I was dead," Doyle said.

Enact member Michael Dorsey
said he liked the open nature of the
reception, but was wary about its
results. "It acts as a pacifier of stu-
dent unrest ... I mean how many
times has Duderstadt done this'?"lhe
asked. "I wonder how much actual
input that they take and act on. I
think it's nil, but I could be
wrong."
Facility, Planning, and Design
staff member Dennis Appel said

(PIRGIM) at U of M member Dan
Rabinovitch argued that the recep-
tion seemed to be a frivolous use of
money. "I am incensed that they
don't have money to open a new sec-
tion of Computer Science 181," he
said.
The reception was sponsored by
Michigan Union Board of Represen-
tatives, Residence Hall Assembly,
SAC, and University Activities
Center.

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