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U.S. sub
hit by
Ru ssian,
vessel
WASHINGTON (AP) - In a
jarring reminder that Cold War
dangers haven't disappeared, the
Navy said yesterday that one of its
nuclear-powered attack submarines
was hit by a Russian sub last week
in the Arctic Ocean.
U.S. officials said they weren't
sure which vessel was at fault.
Pentagon officials said the USS
Baton Rouge, a Los Angeles-class
attack submarine, was on a routine
patrol in the Barents Sea at the time
of the collision.
There was no report of nuclear
contamination in the area of the ac-
cident.
"The question is, why are we do-
ing this kind of operation now? The
Cold War is supposed to be over,"
said James Bush, a retired Navy cap-
tain and submariner.
"The seas are free for everybody
to operate in," said Adm. Frank
Kelso, chief of naval operations. "I
don't think anything is going to
change that."

U.S.

agrees to

joint defense
MOSCOW (AP) - The United States and Russia,
in a first step toward a joint defense system, agreed yes-
terday to set up an earlywarning center to alert them to
ballistic missile attacks, U.S. officials said.
Secretary of State James Baker and Russian Foreign
Minister Andrei Kozyrev also agreed on accelerated
high-level talks toward an accord to sharply reduce their
long-range nuclear arsenals, Kozyrev said.
Baker and Kozyrev decided to jettison the cumber-
some arms control negotiating procedures of the Cold
War, which involved large teams of experts working for
years to reach agreement. They agreed instead to conduct
the negotiations themselves with a completion goal of
July, when President Bush and Russian President Boris
Yeltsin meet in Washington.
"Hopefully we're beyond the point of having to ...
spend endless months and years haggling over the tini-
est points and details," Baker said after meeting for more
than two hours with Kozyrev.
Baker said he hoped the North Atlantic Treaty
Organization would join in the proposed early warning
system, saying that other countries would also be wel-
come if they acted "in a responsible way."
The center would be established by the United States
and Russia and would also be open to participation by
the former Soviet republics in the Commonwealth of
Independent States, said a senior official traveling with
Baker.
"It's the first move to create a practical form of de-
fense cooperation" between the adversaries of the Cold
War, the official said.

Cholesterol midterms IS..t&ULL.
Housing Division employee Leonard White gets blood drawn to test for his cholesterol level while University Medical Hospital employee
Rose Sodergeren assists in the screenings in the Michigan Union yesterday.
U.S. to work on trade relationship with Japan

WASHINGTON (AP) - U.S. and
Japanese business leaders yesterday
pledged to work for a better trade relation-
ship but did not say whether or when the
two nations' $41 billion trade gap would
shrink.
Ending three days of talks, top
executives of U.S. and Japanese companies

issued a statement advocating teamwork to
increase U.S. exports to Japan.
"The chronic high trade imbalance
between the United States and Japan is a
matter of serious and growing concern
which needs to be forcefully addressed,"
the statement said.

Spokespeople for both sides avoided
commenting on legislation pending in
Congress that would limit Japanese access
to the U.S. auto market unless Japan erases
its U.S. trade surplus within five years. But
they voiced opposition to additional trade
limits in either country.

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10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
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Information Fair
Pendleton Room
Admissions Deans' Panel
Anderson Room

10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
noon - 1:00 p.m.

Meet with representatives from:
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