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The Michigan Daily - Friday, May 11, 1984 - Page 15
Bulgaria joins Olympie boycott
(Continued from Page1> Soviet leader Konstantin Cherenko in Olympic Committee, said yesterday af-
an attempt to reverse the boycott. ter the latest pullout.
"MOST American people want the Samaranch had been reported "CERTAIN victories might be con-
3oviet athletes in the games," Jackson preparing to go to Moscow today, but an sidered hollow victories by athletes. It's
old reporters. "If they are not involved IOC communique said he asked the absolutely not as legitimate a com-
>ecause of a fear of safety or lack of chief of the Soviet National Olympic petition as it would have been. And I
zospitality, that becomes a source of Committee to arrange the meeting think our athletes look at it the same
hame to us and I think the American "within the next few days." way."
>eople want to be fair." THE East German .defection, which
Mondale defended the U.S. boycott of came despite the arrival in East Ger- "East Germany has the top
he 1980 games in Moscow, saying many of a delegation selected by the women's track team in the world, and
'there was no comparison" between Los Angeles Olympics Organizing they're an unbelievable force in
he decision of the Carter ad- Committee, would deprive the Games women's swimming," said Mike
ninistration and the Kremlin's latest of some of the world's finest female Moran, spokesman for the U.S. Olym-
ct. The 1980 boycott was to protest the swimmers, track and field competitors, pic Committee in Colorado Springs,
Soviet invasion of Afghanistan. rowers and shooters. Colo.
Mondale, addressing the American The Soviets, the East Germans and "Without the East Germans and
ociety of Newspaper Editors, said: the Bulgarians, in that order, were the without the Soviets, the U.S. women
"TODAY I call on President Reagan top three medal winners in the 1980 swimmers would just mop up."
o pull up his sleeves and get personally Summer Games in Moscow, which was He also said that in the 100 and 200
nvolved. We must not give up on the '84 boycotted by the United States and meter races, American runner Evelyn "
)lympics. We must use the power of the many other nations in response to the Ashford had faced her main com-
presidency to resolve this situation Soviet intervention in Afghanistan, and petition from East Germany.
atisfactorily. In other words, Mr. their absence from Los Angeles would SOURCES in Prague said an announ-
Reagan: Don't take 'Nyet' for an an- leave the United States the clear cement on whether Czechoslovakia Jackson
swer, " Mondale said. dominant force. would participate in the Games was not ... may visit Moscow
Juan Antonio Samaranch, president "The same competition is not there likely to come until a national Olympic
>f the International Olympic Commit- with their non-participation," F. Don Committee meeting on May 17.
ee, asked yesterday for a meeting with Miller, executive director of the U.S.

Commission examines LSA curriculum
(Continued from Page ) commission has not come to any con- The open meeting addressed several
clusions. issues including recruitment of non-
college's ability to compete for students "MAKING changes in the college is traditional students - those age 22 and
by upgrading the educational quality of like turning a supertanker," said com- over.
the college, recruiting students more mission member Michael Cohen,
vigorously, and offering different professor of political science. "You CLA$SIFIED ADS!
financial aid packages. Another alter- have to do it slowly."
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Although the report offers specific
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Anti-towing case dismissed

(Continued from Page 1)
Johnston said that a percentage of the
funds received from parking fines goes
into the judges' pension fund, and the
judges try to get as much money into
the fund as they can.
Although Johnston acknowledges
that the amount of the judges' interest
is small and their pensions would be
provided by the state regardless of how
much money is received by traffic
violators, she maintains that judges are
nevertheless influenced by the pension
fund and should be barred from han-
dling parking violations.
Laracey said that a judge's pen-
sion is determined solely by his salary
at the time of retirement and the num-
ber of years served on the bench, so
"there can be one dollar in the fund or
$10 billion in the fund; the judge's pen-
sion is the same."
Laracey saidJohnston's allegation
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was so poorly worded in the complaint
that he didn't even address it in his
brief. He added that he expects Joiner
to dismiss the case when he files
another motion to dismiss ina couple of
weeks.
Meanwhile, Johnston's car, a 1974
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