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Page 2 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, July 23, 1985
F " iOKEY WEST, Fla. (UPI) - Treasure hunter Mel
iv e m o0 re Fisher's diving crews, still hauling up $400 million
worth of gold and silver from a Spanish galleon
ld0 that sank near Key West, discovered
"phenomenal" new treasures in the wreckage of
five more ships 300 miles away.
"After spending the whole day out here off Key
West, bringing up tons of silver bars, I went out
S last night and celebrated, and then I'm told my
crew from Fort Pierce had just hit it also," Fisher
S p"saidyesterdE finding some spectacular,
tre asure phenomenal things," added John Brandon,
who heads Fishers operations in Fort Pierce.

The haul included a "magnificant" double-
handled gold cup etched with rabbits and
peacocks, hundreds of gold doubloons worth $5,000
each and a gold snake bracelet with emeralds for
eyes.
On Saturday, Fisher and his Treasure Salvors
Inc. ended an elusive 15-year search, discover-
ing the "mother lode" of treasure from the royal
Spanish galleon Nuestra Senora de Atocha, which
sank off the coast of Key West in a hurricane in
1622. It was the richest vessel ever to sink in U.S.
Waters.
Spaini's King Phillip II had counted on the

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'U' forms committee to evaluate sci./tech. institute
(Continlued frmsPage 1)
said, "but we want to make sure that said. He said the review is unlike Research Alfred Sussman asked, asked not to be identified, is to
it's going in the same direction as the reviews two years ago, which dealt "What is IST doing that cannot be per- prevent IST from taking research
University in the future. We want to with budget cuts of $3 million in the formed with at least equal quality and projects away from other units in the
make sure that we're going to be get- schools of art, education, and the economy by other units of the Univer- University, such as the engineering
ting the best that we can from it." natural resources. sity?" college.
One focus, though not the main In outlining the review committee's ONE IDEA the committee will look The sources said that engineering
reason for the review, is money, Frye charge, Frye and Vice President for at, according to an administrator who Dean James Duderstadt and LSA
Dean Peter Steiner had written Frye
early last year complaining that there
shouldn't be intra-University com-
petition for research contracts.
He said that while he isn't a mem-
ber of the Budget Priorities Commit-
tee, he understands that the letter was
circulated among the BPC when it
was helping Frye and Sussman
develop instructions for the review
committee.
NEITHER Duderstadt nor Steiner
were available for comment, but
Bailey said that "how researchers in
different areas of the University work
together is, of course, a concern. It's
not the only thing we're concerned
about, though. But it's a question wor-
th looking into."
Frye and Sussman's instructions to
the committee also deals with
whether to change the institute's fun-
ction and whether the institute should
exist as an autonomous unit.
The charge states that if the com-
mittee finds that changes are
necessary, then perhaps "only certain
of the existing sub-units should
remain under the aegis of the In-
stitute."
According to Frye, the review
committee - made up faculty, alum-
Associated Press ni, a student, and a representative
from outside the University - will
One of the crowd give .recommendations to the BPC,
Amy Carter, center, the teenage daughter of former President Jimmy Carter, moves through bond trading pits which will then make recommen-
recently at the Chicago Board of Trade where she works as a runner for Shatkin Trading Company on a sum- dations to Frye and the new vice
mer job. "I don't usually get recognized," Carter said. "I feel like one of the crowd." president for research, Linda Wilson.
The administrator's decisions will
then have to be approvedby the Board
of Regents.

-go to finance his wars against other
tions. When it sank, Spain went into a
according to historic records in
lated by Fisher's employees.
judge gave Treasure Salvors ex-
a to work the area in February 1976,
ion was upheld by the Supreme Court
rmed men on seven boats standing
the site, divers started hauling up,
id sorting the Atocha's treasure,
be worth $400 million.
Police Notes
Rapes attempted
A woman woke at 3 a.m. on Satur-
day in her home on N. Main Street to
find a man fondling and kissing her,
but the assailant fled when she
screamed. Police believe the
assailant entered through an unlocked
door.
A woman was assaulted while
walking from Liberty Plaza to the bus
station on E. William Street at 2 a.m.
Saturday. She called a friend for help,
who frightened off the assailant.
Robberies reported
A cab driver was forced out of his
taxi at 4:20 a.m. Sunday in the 1300
block of South University by a man
who claimed he had a gun. The cab
driver ran and called police, who
arrested the suspect.
A group of five or six young males
robbed two men in the 100 block of N.
Division Street at 8:50 p.m. Sunday.
One man was beaten and robbed of his
watch and wallet while the second
man ran from the scene. The second
man fell, so two of the thieves caught
up with him and demanded money.
They left when the man said he did not
have any cash, police said.
Two friends were walking on South
University near Tappan Street at 2:15
a.m. on Sunday when three men got
out of a car and demanded a wrist-
watch. The wristwatch owner refused
and a fight broke out. The three men
gave up and fled in their car, Sgt. Jan
Suomala said.
A woman was arguing with her ex-
boyfriend Saturday morning in the
1300 block of Washtenaw Ave. and he
forced her to sign over a check to him.
He was later arrested, police said.
Break-ins reported
A stereo valued at less than $1,675
was stolen Friday night in the 900
block of S. State after a house win-
dow was pried open.
Two paint sprayers, a meat slicer,
and other items were stolen from
Pizano's Restaurant at 3411
Washtenaw Ave. sometime Saturday
night, police said. The stolen property
was valued at less than $3,600.
Saturday night a stereo valued at
less than $875 was stolen from a house
in the 500 block of E. Hoover. The
method of entry is unknown.
Police believe the lock was slipped
Friday night when a television set
valued at less than $100 was taken
from a home in the 800 block of
Oakland Street.
A purse and contents valued at less
than $75 were stolen from a home in
the 400 block of West Madison Street
at 10:50 p.m. Friday. It is believed
that the thieves entered through an
unlocked door, police said.
LauraBischoff

Highlight
Art Prof. John Stephenson helps art lovers f
the -highlights in this year's art fair and gives
suggestions for good buys. The discussion beg
at 4:30 p.m. in the Alumni Center.
Films
Michigan Theatre Foundation - His t
Friday, 7:30 p.m.; Bringing Up Baby, 9:15 p.
Michigan Theatre.
Top of the Park - Comedy films, dusk, Po
Center.
Japanese Studies - Zen Temple-Eiheiji, 3 p
2011 MLB.

HAPPENINGS
Performances p.m.; "Health Views,"6:30 p.m.,88.3 FM.
Washtenaw Community College - "The
ind Afromusicology Society - Marcus Belgrave Miracle in the Apple Orchard Run," 8:30 a.m.,
his and the New Detroit Jazz Ensemble, 4 p.m., Washtenaw Community College.
Belltower Hotel. Rudolf Steiner Institute - St. John's Festival, 4
School of Music - James Hammann, Bach's p.m., 1923 Geddes Ave.
chorale prelude in E-flat and fugue in E-flat, 8 Ann Arbor Public Library - Evening Voyages
p.m., Ann Arbor's First Congregational Church, Storytime Program, "Stories and Songs of the
608E. William. Sea," 7:30 p.m., New Conference Room, Main
Meetings Library.
Girl Computing Center - Labs, Forrest Hartman,
.m., CEW Job Hunt Club - Brown bag discussion, "Intro Ontel Terminal," 1:30 p.m.; "Advanced
noon, 350 S. Thayer. Ontel Terminal, 3:30 p.m., Ontel Room, NUBS.
wer Recreational Sports - Pre-trip meeting for Microcomputer Education Center -
whitewaterrafting, 8p.m., NCRB. Workshops, Intro to MS-DOS, 10 a.m.; Microsoft
.m., Miscellaneous Word for IBM-PC Compatibles (Pt II), 1p.m.; In-
tro to the Macintosh, 10 a.m., 3113 School of
WCBN - "Spirits in the Material World," 6 Education Building.,

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