AThe Michigan Daily-Tuesday, July 16, 1985- Page 3
arrive at local
By THOMAS HRACH "but it's been nothing like the I
The rsce to get the nude Vanessa Williams Penthouse issue."
photographs of pop singer Madonna One year ago, Penthouse published A
on the newsstands ended in a virtual photos of the former Miss America in ;
tie, as both Penthouse and Playboy hit uncompromising photos with another F
Ann Arbor's streets with their Sep- woman in the nude, but it seems
tember issues early yesterday. Madonna doesn't have the same ap- A E
Both magazines announced they peal as Williams. . .
had the photographs about two weeks Davis said that the Williams photos
ago, and since then the two men's sold out from her store within 24
magazines have battled to push their hours, and she predicted it would be at
deadlines ahead to beat the com- least a week before all the copies of
petition with the photos. the Madonna photos would be sold. P1
YET THE rush to purchase copies BECAUSE THE two magazines
of the magazines was much less in- pushed their release of the September'
tense than anticipated. issue ahead by at least two weeks,
At the Community Newscenter on August issues of the magazines had to
East Liberty Street, Carol Davis, a bugusd ise. E t a n dAl
clerk in charge of ordering Brian rhnas e.
magazines, said she was "surprised B Rhynas, a clerk at the Cam-
that both magazines came out at the pus Corner on Stateand Packard, said
same time," and said she was expec- that the August issues of the ,______________
ting a mob of people wishing to buy would prohably be sold wha n ily Photo by DARRIAN SMITH'
copies of the magazines. tember issue sells out. September's copies of Playboy and Penthouse hit the Ann Arbor newsstands simultaneously yesterday. Both
Yet Davis added that the store had Nathan Hayes, manager of the magazines rushed publication of the issue in order to show the nude photos of pop singer Madonna before the
only sold about 50 copies of each Village Corner on South University, competition.
magazine by 6 p.m. yesterday. said that the stores have no control
"WE'VE SOLDabout 50 or 60 more over the number of issues of each each magazine this time. over the five-year-old black and white one customer. "Sure I'm buying a
copies than usual," said Anne Mason, magazine that the newsstands are Several unidentified customers at photos. magazine, but not because of Madon-
assistant manager at the Community given, but he added that the Village the Community Newscenter on East "They're just some artsy photos of na. I buy a copy every month."
News Center on South University, Corner received a few more copies of Liberty complained about all the fuss a model taken a long time ago," said
Lightning strikes four golfers, critically injures two
From United Press International Tournament at the Forest Akers golf course at Meridian Township fire departments, the MSU parently were revived en route to Lansing
Michigan State University. Department of Public Safety, and the Ingham General.
Lightning struck four high school golfers as MSU spokesman Ed Zabrusky said the County Sheriff's Department were sent to the Kleba was later transferred to Ingham
y sing golf course and a suspected tornado tore golfers teed off at about 7:30 a.m. EDT. Play scene. Two of the golfers wre unconscious and Medical.
up homes, barns and an airplane in two mid- was held up 45 minutes when a storm developed were given artificial resuscitstion. Meanwhile, a spokesman for the Ingham
Michigan communities yesterday. and the players were told to come in from the John Sullivan, 17, of Marlette, was in critical County Sheriff's Department said deputies
It was the second straight day of violent course. The four initally decided to wait out the condition in the intensive care unit at Lansing believe a tornado was responsible for damage
wathe seMicnd sOr Sunday, thoderstor- storm in a shelter, but later decided to make a General Hospital. Scott Kleba, 15, of Utica was done to barns, homes and an airplane near
weather in Michigan. n u dash for the clubhouse, he said. in critical condition at Ingham Medical Center. Webberville and Williamston early yesterday.
suthkiMichigan with nearly three dnched Officials became aware of what happened Brian Stanton, 17, of Owosso, and Jeff Szyn-
rain and knocked out electrical power to about when one of the golfers came up to a woman in ski, 16, of Utica, were being held overnight in Capt. Richard Abbott of the Ingham County
51,rn homes. the clubhouse and told her he had been hit by Sparrow Hospital in Lansing for observation, department said the apparent tornado hit an
,lightning and his legs were numb. He said three Both were listed in good condition. area northeast of Williamston at about 6 a.m.
THE FOUR golfers hit by lightning were others still were out on the course. SULLIVAN and Kleba were both knocked Four or five barns and a garage were knocked
among about 200 high school students com- unconscious when the lightning struck the four- down or damaged. Some homes were affected,
peting in the Michigan Junior Invitational Golf PERSONNEL from the East Lansing and some at Forest Akers golf course but they ap- but the damage was not severe.
Tumor was cancerous, say doctors
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the local problem has been cured and chance that the president has no can- colon cancer spreads - be examined
the chances that the lesion will recur cer cells in his body," he said. "All of regularly.
at the local site are quite small," he these findings are optimistic to the The doctor described first lady
told reporters at the hospital in a future course of the disease." Nancy Reagan's reaction to the news
nationally televised briefing. ROSENBERG said other polyps as "quite similar to the president's"
THE MAIN concern now is of were found near the cancerous growth - "quite gratified" the cancer had
possible spread to other parts, of the but there was no indication that they not spread. The first lady was told fir-
body, particularly the liver or lungs, were cancerous. st of the news and then doctors spent 5
which would reduce the chances of Rosenberg said the president's minutes in the president's room
Reagan's longterm survival. A com- tumor was confined to the wall of the briefing him on the situation, he said.
plete examination Saturday of all the colon where the growth occurred. He Rosenberg said the most likely
internal organs also showed they were said the fact that the tumor had not Roenbrg s e o ld
"completely normal." spread to the lymph system of nearby be the licer t a d x on
Rosenberg said statistics showed blood vessles indicates a favorable rg th ver, but a n examination
that more than half the patients with prognosis, liver was normal.
1 the extent of cancer found in Reagan, Rosenberg recommended Reagan
who is 74, live more than five years, undergo another exam of the colon in The president is expected to spend
Nancy' the time after which doctors say can- six months and once a year thereaf- seven to 10 days in the hospital and
cer is considered cured. ter. He also recommended Reagan's doctors have said that he will be able Reagan
expresses relief "There is greater than a 50 percent liver and lungs - places where severe to do light work while he recuperates. ...recovering