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Ford added that students, as well as
professors, across the nation are inter-
estedinattendinghighly-ranked schools,
which puts the University distinct ad-
vantage.
He attributed the department'srank-
ing tothe facultyinembers andresearch
facilities that exist at the University. He
also stressed the importance of the
Kelsey Museum of Ancient and Medi-
eval Archeology.
"(Themuseum) is truly important to
the distinction that has been attributed
to the University," Ford said.
He added that the heart of archeo-

logical research at the University is
conducted at the Kelsey Museum.
In addition, anthropology depart-
mentsatthe following five schools were
listed as greatly improving programs:
'This is a survey of
professional
archeologists who are
close to the field.'
-Richard Ford
Anthropology Dept. Chair
Arizona State University, Southern
Methodist University, the University of
Southern Illinois-Carbondale and
Vanderbilt University.

CULT
Continued from page 1
Ricks also said authorities believed
the tear-gassing was the best way to
avertapossiblemass suicide, because it
would "cause confusion insidethe com-
pound."
Barely 90 minutes later, billowing
flames and smoke began spewing from
the sprawlingrural compound.Fire de-
partmentunitshad tobe summonedand
arrived about 12:30 p.m.
Ricks later refused to second-guess
the decision not to have firefighters on
the scene, explaining that gunfire from
cultists and explosives stored in the
compound would have put them at risk.
The FBI called the compound at
5:55 a.m. yesterday and told cult mem-
ber Steve Schneider, considered
Koresh's top lieutenant, that agents
would begin gassing the complex un-
lessthe group surrendered immediately.
Schneider hung up.
Acombatengineering vehicle called
an M-60Qmoved to the southwest corner
of the compound, broke a hole in the
wall and started gassing the complex.
The chemical agent sprayed into the
compound is called CS2, which the
U.S. military uses to flush out soldiers
from underground fortifications.

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waitlist, monitor and Rackham student
Johann Steiner said.
Students without computers at home
or in dorms are forced to battle the lines.
LSA first-year student Dean Enell had
only been to Angell once this year be-
fore last night, when he scurried to
finish an English portfolio. "My room-
mate took his computer home," he said.
"I don't usually come to the labs."
His roommate, he said with a smirk,
finishes with classes today and has no
exams.
Meanwhile, students waiting for
computers at the residence halls and the
UGLi did not have as much of a wait.
"I came here (the UGLi) to study
anyway," LSA first-year student
Monique IHlarrison said. She added that
coming earlier helped her find a com-
puter faster.
The crunch has students bustling
aboutstudying, but neglecting theirown
health and hygiene.
"It always seems like I'm always
busy. WhenI'm reallyreally busy, which
is like what I'm doing now, it doesn't
seem like I always was so busy," April
Harrison said.
She added that she eats more than
usual when an exam comes up, but she

It always seems like
l'm always busy. ... It
doesn't seem like I
always was so busy.'
-April Harrison
LSA sophomore
cannot tell why.
To many students, however, finals
time is one to look forward to. LSA
senior Todd Greenberg said he is used to
the pressure created by papers and ex-
ams. As he sat in the UGLi last night
working on an English paper, he saidhe
has learned an attack method - one
which addresses each paper and exam
separately.
Today he has a paper due, for which
he still had not finished the book last
night. Greenberg's other tactic is one of
luck, he said.
When he took his first final at the
University, he wore a Michigan
sweatshirt which he will retire after
completing his last final. "I gotan 'A,"'
he said. "It's been pretty lucky, and it's
only failed me a couple of times," he
said.
The sweatshirt has become a tradi-
tion for Greenberg, who would wear the
shirt as he studied the night before and
then to the exam.

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ans, and bisexuals cross all race, ethnic-
ity, class, age, ability, backgrounds, and
religions," she said.
Bradley said he expects only a small
number of protesters to rally against the
march, but also predicts support from a
large number of people who recognize
the homosexual community but choose
not to be a part of it.
Toy said he hopes President Bill
Clinton will attend. "If (Clinton) is in
front, it would send a signal that he both
in person and in his role as president
supports these concerns, then people
who are ambivalent about these issues
will change their minds."

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This will be the third March on
Washington. The first march was held
in 1978, the second in 1987.
Toy expressed his concern that the
events willnotbecoveredby themedia.
"Last time Tune and Newsweek didn't
touch it, it was as though it didn't hap-
pen," he said. Toy said he thinks this
was because of advertiser.
The Ann.Arbor chapter of The Com-
mittee for the March on Washington,
Inc. has been raising money for buses
and travel grants to help people get to
WashingtonD.C., next weekend.
The Michigan chapter will be the
45th out of 98 groups in the march.
LSAseniorTravisLangenkampsaid
he hopes people will attend themarch in
order to get a sense of power and unity.

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