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morrow's money today," Geake
said. "That is the real problem with
the economy."
Independent candidate Paul
Jensen called the national debt "a
"Congress is buying votes with
the future of America; that's eco-
nomic suicide," Jensen said.
Government's role in health care
was also a source of controversy in
the debate.
"I support quality health care
through a free-market system,"
Geake said.
Libertarian candidate Larry
Roberts said he feels the unstable
state of America's health care sys-
tem is due to our present economic

'I will not allow our community to become the
armpit of the world.'
- Rep. Kirk Profit

"The crisis of health care in this
country is an indictment of the capi-
talist system," Roberts said.
Profit used strong words to de-
scribe his concern for the environ-

partisan student organization Just
Just Vote was created this fall in
an effort to educate students about
election issues. The group has regis-

ment, specifically with regard to the
growing number of landfills in the
"I will not allow our community
to become the armpit of the world,"
Profit said. "I will protect our envi-
Also in attendance at the debate
were representatives from the non-

tered more than 7,000 students for
November's election.
Renee Powlak, a member of Just
Vote, said the purpose of the group
was to "build on student's desires to
inform themselves."
The debate will be replayed on
Columbia Cable Channel 10 begin-
ning Oct. 23.


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the pep rally or at Saturday'sc
football game.
The "Go Blue" Brunch, begin-
ning three hours before game time atc
the Track and Tennis Building, willc
feature the U-M Cheerleaders, the
U-M Marching Band, and a presen-t
tation of the Michigan Spirit Award.
This year, the Michigan SpiritI
Award will be presented to MarieI
Hartwig, an U-M professor emeritus1
in Physical Education. Newt Loken,c
1991 award recipient and former U-
M gymnastics coach, will serve as
the master of ceremonies.
Although Homecoming weekend1
only happens once a year, Colburn
and Kay VandenBosch, coordinator1
of reunions and constituent programsI
of the Alumni Association, stressed
this is definitely not the only week-c
end U-M alumni return to visit thet
"It's too bad that our alumni
body is so large. Most universities1
have the ability to bring back all oft
their alumni during one weekend.
However, we just don't have the ac-
commodations to fit everyone at one1
time," Colburn said.
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10 a.m.- Morning Worship:
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6 p.m.- Evening Prayers: service for students
by the R.O.C.K. Student group
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Join us for fun, food, provocative discussion.
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SUNDAX: Worship-10 a.m.
WEDNESDAY: Bible Study-6 p.m.
Evening Prayer-7 p.m.
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Continued from page 1
on radio ads in at least nine states.
Clinton, 45, invoked the name of
an earlier young Democrat as he
campaigned in Washington and
other Western states.
"About this time in the campaign
of 1960, John Kennedy said to the
American people that at this stage of
the election the choice is about more
than the candidates: It is aboui the
people themselves. You have to -
cide what kind of people you are,
what kind of values you have and
what kind of future you want."
The Democrats, he said, offer
hope and improvement.
The Republicans, he said, "have
had the White House so long that
they've run out of energy."
"In spite of the economic con-
cerns that we all feel, I think - I'm
confident I'm going to win this elec-
tion," Bush told a CBS interviewer.
"He's going right after your wal-
let, man," thepresident said of
Clinton in Vineland, N.J. "You hold
a job on Main Street, he's going af-
ter you, so button it up and vote for
"He tries to be all things to all
people. You cannot lie and you can-
not be all things to all people," Bush
Bush campaigned with Joseph
Cicippio, a former hostage who was
held in Lebanon.

Continued from page 1
of those issues in a particularly rele-
vant way," Issari said.
Cain and Issari agree the
"Speakout on Sexual Violence" is
the highlight of the week. It is a time
to celebrate the strength and courage
of survivors and to break society's
silence, Issari said.
"It's real live human beings with
a face and a story," Cain said. "It
brings sexual assault into reality and
out of the intellectual arena."
"Tuning in and Getting
Organized" will be the focus of a
discussion by Dr. America Bracho.
Bracho is the former director of
AIDS services for Latino Family
Services in Detroit.
"She currently hosts a radio talk
show in California that deals with
topics like domestic violence and
sexual assault," Issari said. "She will
be talking about how those issues are
relevant. to the Latino community
and how you can use the radio to
create change."
The week closes with one of
SAPAC's most popular events,
"Friends Helping Friends: A
Workshop for Friends and Family of
Survivors." Issari will facilitate the
"It teaches family, friends, and
partners how to support survivors
and what to do when they need sup-
port themselves," Issari said.

Continued from page 1
ary achievement and research so it
was an inappropriate mix," Jensen
An endowed chair is an honorary
position granted to a faculty member
in recognition of his or her achieve-
ment that financially supports that,
person's work and teaching through
the interest earned on the principle
of a donation.
The brochures were to be dis-
tributed to Campaign for Michigan
donors and volunteers interested in
supporting the U-M's endowment
Joe Roberson, executive director
of the Campaign for Michigan,
agreed the comparison was inap-
propriate, but added he was unaware
of the problem until faculty members
brought it to his attention.
"It was a small, little mix-up.
Obviously it was unfortunate but it
didn't get widely distributed,"

Roberson said. "But it's now de-
stroyed, gone and never to be seen
Between 1,000 and 1,500 copies
of the brochure were originally
printed, but only 50 were viewed by
various faculty members and U-M
development directors in various
schools and colleges, Roberson said.
"Most faculty people who saw
the brochure or had it described to
them felt it was inappropriate and
the development office did too,"
Jensen said.
New brochures are being printed
and could be ready in a few weeks,
Roberson said, adding that the new
brochure will only discuss endowed
faculty positions. The campaign will
address athletics separately.
"It was not life-threatening,"
Roberson said. "It was an unfortu-
nate mistake in academia and the
kind of thing we hope to avoid, but
if this is the biggest problem I have
until Christmas, it will be a good
couple of months."

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