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The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, February 18, 1998 - 7

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Relatives look for remains where for a
gested that d
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entity victims. just before th
Flight data
TAIPEI, Taiwan (AP) - Investigators sent to the Un
constructing the route of China Airlines officials said.
light C1676 focused yesterday on why the A recordin
t veered off a seemingly routine approach the control t
t the last moment, crashing and exploding the twin-engi
flames just short of the runway. land when th
It was Taiwan's worst plane crash, killing He then lo
03 people - everyone on board, including question abou
least four Americans, and seven on the ond approach
round - and destroying a string of homes The recor
ear Taipei's airport on Monday. confirm repo
Soldiers, police and firefighters picked was trying a
rough shoes and engine parts yesterday, crashed.
oking for remains and personal items to Two beeps
elp identify the victims. Chang Kuo-(
ries of grieving relatives mixed with of civil aero
dhist funeral chants at a blue-and-orange been from th
nt nearby. Chang sai
Most of the dead were tourists returning the runway, h
ome from the resort island of Bali, but median abou
aiwan's respected Central Bank governor, It then ski
is wife, and four other finance officials also rounded by fi
ere aboard. and warehous
Dazed by his loss, Chien Ming-Hsing A resident
oked yesterday for the remains of 13 rela- tion that he
ves; including his son, daughter and his preparing to
randchildren. They were vacationing spacious high
ther on Bali. The impac
I don't know how we'll handle things," he plane still re
id. a wing on o
Eighty-six victims had been identified by large pieces
esterday. Initial repo
Although the plane crashed in fog and a the ground d
ght rain, investigators were looking else- In Washing

study
strous,
crash
cause. Initial information sug-
espite the weather, the veteran
en on a routine approach until
e accident.
records had been recovered and
nited States for analysis, airport
1.
g of cockpit conversations with
ower indicated that the pilot of
ne Airbus sought permission to
e jet still was on course.
st touch and did not answer a
)t whether he would try a sec-
h.
ding offered no information to
rts from the airline that the pilot
second approach when the plane
were then heard on the tape.
Cheng, Taiwan's deputy director
Qnautics, said they could have
e plane's warning system.
d the plane touched ground off
hit a utility pole and a highway
t 200 feet from the runway.
idded into several houses, sur-
ish farms, rice paddies, factories
ses, and exploded.
near the airport told a radio sta-
saw the jetliner apparently
land, "as if the pilot mistook the
hway for the runway."
t and blast left few pieces of the
cognizable - parts of a tail and
ne side of the road, and three
of fuselage on the other.
orts had said that nine people on
ied, rather than seven.
gton, the State Department con-

*~Continued from Page 1.
thing like that on North Campus."
Students addressed the issues of racial segregation on
campus and whether or not University administrators are
making efforts to unify students from various backgrounds.
Hartford said the administration recognizes racial separa-
tion on campus and has made attempts to fight it.
"It is very clear that our students segregate and the fight
we have is that they're comfortable in that segregation,
x Hartford said.
Hartford used the recent creation of a University course;
Psychology 404: Social Psychology in Community Settings,
as an example of administrative efforts to teach about diver-
sity. Prospective resident advisers are now required to take
the course. Hartford also said she believes that "community
service pulls people from all backgrounds together."
Bollinger and the students also discussed the two lawsuits
filed against the University that target the use of race as a fac-
tor in the admissions process. Bollinger described the law-
suits as "one of the most important issues of our time." He
said he continually makes efforts to "build public support" of
the University's admissions policies.
"I will do the best I can to defend the University's policies
and to articulate the base of these policies," Bollinger said.
While he admits to being vocal about the issue, he said he has
to be careful to not appear to "propagandize" it.
Students said they were surprised by students' lack of involve-
ment in the lawsuits. Bollinger commended MSA for their
interest in the suits. The assembly sponsored a series of events
last semester to educate students about affirmative action.
"I think the things MSA is doing are extremely valid,"
Bollinger said. "The more of that we do, the better off we'll
AP PHOTO be.' Bollinger also said that the faculty is leading an internal
ay committee to support the University's admissions policies.
board. Bollinger also posed questions to students. He asked students
maining if "life opportunities after you graduate are rich and full or, do
ed. you feel like what's ahead is difficult and problematic?"
iu said Bollinger's question prompted discussion about the impor-
olidated tance of mentors, academic advising and the lack of access
s. students have to specific University programs.
ars with MSA proposed the idea of the fireside chats to the Student
shoddy Affairs Office last semester. The proposal was then present-
a clean ed to Bollinger, who quickly supported the idea.
D retrain "I'm always looking for new ways to interact with the corn-
4 crash munity" Bollinger said. "This seems like a good thing to try"
Trent Thompson, co-chair of the MSA's student Regent
ompen- Taskforce, said he was impressed with Bollinger's efforts to
ims of connect with students.
losses "I was amazed because the president walked the walk,"
fidence said Thompson, an LSA junior. "He said he wanted to be the
student's president, and he did it."

Rescue workers and investigators sift through debris of a China Airlines Airbus yesterd
near Taipei International Airport. The plane crashed Monday, killing all 196 people on b

firmed that the victims included four
Americans. Susan Stahl, spokesperson for the
American Institute in Taiwan, the U.S. office on
the island, said there might have been up to six
U.S. citizens on the plane, but would not pro-
vide details until their identities were verified.
The identities of two of the Americans,
however, were released by their employers -
Kenneth Cowan, an associate producer at
WGBH-TV in Boston and Chris Corey, a fit-
ness trainer who worked in Boston.
Cowan had been in Bali scouting locations
for the upcoming season of the "The Victory
Garden."
Taiwan's Civil Aeronautics Administration
ordered China Airlines, the country's flag-

ship carrier, to ground its nine rer
Airbus 300 jets of the type that crash
Airline spokesperson Hamilton L
flights would be canceled or cons
until the planes pass strict inspection
China Airlines was plagued for yea
a reputation for poor service and a
safety record, but had largely kept;
record since it launched a campaign t
pilots and retool its image after a 199
in Japan that killed 264 people.
While the airline will have to pay c
sation to family members of vict
Monday's crash, analysts say its real
will come in shattered consumer con
and nose-diving ticket sales.

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