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$5 and hot dog lure president to meeting
For $5Sand a hot dog with everything name because polls showed that the protective plaster covering them until think they're no big deal. "Exposings nearly four times the rate of inflation,
on it, Bowling Green State University present name conjures the image of the end of August. are nothing to giggle at," she said. and total giving went up more than
campus journalist James Nieman got an all-female school, said William When the unwrapping begins, U.C. "They've got to be reported. He (the twice as fast inflation," Haire added.
to meet with his university president. Crawley, executive to the president. Berkeley researchers will apply flasher) won't stop himself."
In an article in the student The new name, "Washington- epoxies and adhesives to hard the Victims often feel as though they -The Chronicle of
newspaper, the BG News, Nieman Monroe College in Virginia," is expec- bones as they become exposed. have been singled out and vulnerable, Higher Education
jokingly wrote that President Paul ted to expand the college's applicant Goodwin said that researchers will said Kurtz. Many can become very
Olscamp did not exist. pool, Crawley said. Both men and probably return the original bones to frightened by the experience, she
"I've been a student here two years women were discouraged by the old the Petrified Forest for display once said. Iowa approves plan
and I've only seen a picture of him," name, he said. finished with their work. -Minnesota Daily for comparable worth
wrote Nieman. He further suggested Some faculty members and alumni -The Daily Californian
that the university was actually being said the change is a "sexist" attemptts
run by Olscamp's secretary and wife. to attract more male students. Students fall prey Gifts to universities The University of Iowa Board of
To try to prove that Olacamp did not Because Mary Washington is a Rgnshsapoe lnt rn
Txit, Nieman hallenged t public institution, Virginia's General to campus flasher reach record level its pay structure into compliance with
exist, Nieman challenged_ the Assembly must approve the change the state's new comparable worth law
before the college - which has been A series of flashings on the Min- Voluntary financial support for the by paying higher salaries to some
co-ed since 1970 - can change its neapolis campus of Minnesota nation's colleges and universities employees - most of them female -
es name. - .The Chronicle of University over the last two months is totalled an estimated $5.6-billion in in state universities, special schools,
nae._ Higher Educa ion being investigated by university 1983-1984 - a record, according to the and the regents' office.
police. Council for Financial Aid to
president to appear at the university Dinosaur bones fly Three or four of the incidents, Education. Under the plan, employees such as
union at noon on a recent Friday and where a man exposed himself to cam- The amount is $440-million more clerical and food service and
order a hot dog. If Olscamp fulfilled into Berkeley campus pus women, may have been commit- that the preceding year, an increase laboratory technicians are to be paid
his part of the challenge, which also ted by the same flasher, said Min- of 8.5 percent. at the higher rate, retroactive to Mar-
included following an appointed route Dinosaur bones discovered in neapolis police officer Tom Ring. Individuals, business corporations, ch 8, 1984. The board approved spen-
from the administration building a Arizona's Petrified Forest were In some instances, the flasher and grant-making foundations all con- ding nearly $6 million to put the pay
name tag, Nieman said he would give helicoptered to labs at the University began to masturbate in front of the tributed to the increase in the support raises into effect, including some
the president $5 and pay for his hot of California at Berkeley for research victim. for colleges and universities last year, $923,000 for back pay.
dog. and-study last week. The flashing occurred in the school concluded the council, which conducts The comparable worth law requires
The spirited Olscamp showed his The 225 million-year-old dinosaur library, union plaza area, and on a an annual survey of donations to The paale or la reires
zest for the challenge, wearing a bones - believed by some U.C. parking ramp. Most of the flashing higher education. that pay scales for johs traditionally
propeller beanie and a Bowling Green Berkeley researchers to be the oldest occurred during the early afternoon The council also concluded that held hy women match those forkjobs
State football jersey to the meeting. ever discovered - were safely flown hours, Ring said. financial support from religious traditionally held by men if the work
He accepted the payoff, telling while covered by layers of plaster. University police have not encoun- denominations has declined. requires comparable shills and
Nieman that "any BG News reporter In order to protect the bones, tered a series of flashings since the Individual contributions seemed to responsibilities.
who wants to can meet me for five researchers did not remove the soild flashing "epidemic" last January, offer the greatest help. Alumni gifts -Te Chronicle of Higher Education
dollars." -The Chronicle of. from around them and encased the when a suspected exhibitionist con- totaled $1.305-billion, while gifts from
Higher Education entire mass with plaster. The wrap- fessed to 31 flashings after he was other individuals totaled $1.316 billion.
ping was meant both to protect the arrested. "Obviously, Americans are putting
Mary Washington bones and to preserve their original Police do not suspect that the a high priority on supporting higher Colleges appears every Wed-
College changes name orientation. current flashing have been committed education," said John Haire, nesday. It was compiled by Daily
Berkeley Museum of Paleotology by the person arrested last winter. president of the council. ' sa e dby Dak.
Officials at Mary Washington preparator, Mark Goodwin, said the Lt. Julie Kurtz said many flashings "Corporations increased their sfaffwriter Janice Plofnik.
College voted recently to change its bones will remain encased in the go unreported because the victims giving to colleges and universities at
Maureen Reagan speaks at Nairobi women's conference
NAIROBI, Kenya (UPI) - U.S. REAGAN SAID earlier that the U.S. "WE HAVE been concerned, it is politically charged atmosphere of it had been at previous women's con-
delegation leader Maureen Reagan delegation was prepared to walk out true, over the possibility that confrontation that prevailed in ferences in Mexico City and
offered an olive branch to Third World of the meeting if the politics of radical generalized poltical issues, with only preconference meetings. Copenhagen.
nations at the U.N. Decade for Women Third World nations dominated the a nominal connnection with the
conference yesterday ina speech that conference. unique consensus of women, might Salwa Abu Khadra, secretary
was twice interrupted by thunderous The delegate leader said in her come to dominate our conference," general of the Union of Palestinian* "
applause and appeared to ease ten- speech she wants to focus the meeting said Reagan, the daughter of Women and a member of the 'T1test
sions. on four issues: women refugees, President Reagan. Palestine Liberation Organization
Reagan, head of the 28-member women in development, women and "That is a result that we will work delegation, praised Reagan force b t
American delegation, said the United literacy, and domestic violence. hard to prevent. We want this con- calling "us by our name - 'the ce e ra e
States would be willing to discuss the The 11-day conference, which ference to be remembered as a con- women of Palestine.' It is a step for-
politically sensitive issues of Israel's opened Monday, is to review the ference of women, by women and for ward in our relationship." anniversary
occupation of the West Bank and Gaza achievements of women around the women," she said.
Strip, apartheid in South Africa and globe in the past 10 years and to plot Lora Morastorga, deputy foreign
the North-South economic order, as strategies for women for the next 15 Her 15-minute speech received a minister of Nicaragua, said' it ap WASHINGTON (UPI) - Forty
long as they did not supercede basic years. More than 160 countries are warm reception from Third World peared the United States was "not
women's issues. represented. delegates and appeared to ease the going to be the obstacle to debate" a years to the day after a dawn-
teng desert explosion ushered in
Highlight noon, Liberty Plaza. "Intro. to Wang List Processing", 8 a.m., 1050
Administrative Services Building.
Tune your ears in on organ music from the 18th Meetin s Wesley Foundation - Holy Communion, 9:30
to 20th century at 8 p.m. in the concordia College Matthaei Botanical Gardens - Washtenaw p.m., First United Methodist Church, 602 E.
Chapel, 4090 Geddes Rd. Recitals are free and Audubon Society, 7:30 p.m., WAS Auditorium. Huron at State.
open to the public. Dissertation Support Group - 1:30 p.m., 3100 Computing Center - workshop, "Using Win
Union.. dow with Your IBM-PC or Zenith z-150, Part I,
Films Science Fiction Club - "Sti1yagi Air Corps,' 10 am., 3113 School of Education Building; "In-
Michigan Theater Foundation - The Adven- 8:15p.m., Michigan League. Ir to Remote Mail," 3p.m., 2202 MLB.
tures of Robin Hood, 7 & 9 p.m., Michigan Muslim Student Association - Islamic Coffee Microcomputer Education Center -
Theater. hour, noon, Rm. D, League. Workshops, "Intro to MS-DOS," 1 p.m.; "More
About MS-DOS,' 3 p.m.; "Intro to the Macin-
Performances Miscellaneous tosh," 3p.m., 3113 SEB.
WCBN - "Women's Tites and Rhythms," 6
Ann Arbor'Chamber Orchestra - "Intrada," , ,Office Administration System - workshop, p.m., 88.3 FM.
the nuclear age, congress members
and scientists marked the anniver-
sary of the "Trinity" project yester-
day with a call for an end to the arms
Their plea marked the day the
project came to fruition just before
5:30 a.m. at the Alamogordo bomb
range in New Mexico.
Several scientists who worked on
the Manhattan Project, the code
name for the effort to develop the
bomb, appealed for "a policy for
nuclear weapons that abandons the
two grand illusions of our times: that
nuclear warfare can achieve rational
military or political objectives, and
that a defense of populations against
nuclear attack is possible."