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Page 2 - The Michigan Daily - Satu
Reagan
wins big

Cops release sketch
of suspected rapist

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to ; By LAURA BISCHOFF
Police yesterday released composite
sketches of a man who may be con-
nected with two attempted assaults
and two criminal sexual assaultin
b a tl e s the campus area in the last two mon-
WASHINGTON (UPI) - President 4 The most recent rape occurred in a
Reagan won a couple of big rounds in ,residence in the 1000 block of South -
the budget battle this week - preser- . Forest Avenue last Tuesday. The first
ving his military buildup and Social -orape happened in the 1200 block ofirs
Security - but government programs East University July 7, and the two at-
for the middle classs were spared the y.r P tempted rapes occurred in the same-
Reagan ax. area July 7 and June 2.
In addition, by making defense, The two drawings compiled by
Social Security, and no taxes his last- oiTetwara inscrpiledgb
atan itma t th exens of udgt plice are hased on descriptions given
stand items at the expense of budget b te wovitis.Evn h.ghthr
cuts in other places, he alienated his by the two victims. Even though there
Senate GOP allies, a power base he are some differences in the descrip-
will have to look for help from during man because the method of operation
future battles. ,-< ma bcaseth mthd f peato
SETE es. cratic l\is both cases was practically the
SENATE Democratic leader 7 same. The assailant attacked the The second victim described the
Robert Byrd yesterday htamed the women around 4 a.m. while they were suspect as a white male 18 to 20
GOP split for the relatively small : ,-alone, stuffed something in their years old, 5 feet 11, 165 to 170 pounds,
amount of deficit reduction - a s-mouths, tied their hands behind their brown hair, and a medium build.
projected $57 billion - achieved by - backs, and raped them.
the budget in fiscal 1986. Police are doing "everything that Johnson urged people to "think
A deficit projected at $220 billion if -- we can think of that is legal" to ap- security." Make sure all your doors
no reduction effort was made is ex- prehend the suspect, said Deputy and windows are locked so the at-
pected to be $172 billion under the Chief Donald Johnson Wednesday. tacker can't quietly gain access to
budget plan passed Thursday night as The first rape victim described the suspect as a white male in his mid- have some leads and well follow your house, he said. If anyone hears a
Congress rushed to get major twenties, 5 feet 11, 170 to 180 pounds, clean shaven, fair complexion, "Wsaesm ed n el olwyurpihous, oihe, aid.l9ayonhers-
business behind it before a month- medium brown hair, and a flabby stomach. The suspect wore a flesh tone up on them, but whether they'll be suspicious noise, call 911 im-
longasummervacation. nylon over his head, blue pullover shirt, and khaki shorts. fruitful remains to be seen," he said. mediately.
"I see that rift as being most unfor-
tunf ate in the end preduct we saw c vn hrda, adBrd(-.V.. T opt t~s~~ m
Thrsay"saidyr (DW. U') 1 Hosp~Iital's first liver transplat 'went fine'
BYRD FAILED to mention,
however, that congressional By KATIE WILCOX The surgery, which began early vival, said Turcotte, who is the head what problem yesterday's liver
Democrats were solidly with the University Hospitals' first liver yesterday morning, was performed of the liver transplant team. recipient had.
president in opposing Social Security transplant operation ended last night, on a patient who had been critically ill TURCOTTE SAID liver transplants
curbs to cut the deficit. and Chief of Surgery Jeremiah Tur- with acute liver failure, and the liver are used to fight a "whole long list of This transplant was believed to be
Reagan twice rejected proposals by cotte said the operation "went fine." transplant was his only hope of sur- liver diseases," but he declined to say only the second one ever performed in
Senate Republicans to cut the deficit. this state, according to a statement
HAPPENINGS re-
s ofi added that "for most for-
I I ms ~of liver diseaise. thereisn

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Saturday
Highlight
Civil rights activist Rose Parks and United.
Auto Workers International Vice President.
Odessa Komer will be honored tonight at a din-'
ner sponsored by the Institute of Labor and In-
dustrial Relations' program on Women and
Work. It's part of a four-day workshop on:
working women. The dinner begins at 6 p.m. and
will be followed at 7:45 p.m. by a play entitled
"Workers' Lives - Workers' Stories." The din-
ner is $15 and the play is free. Both will take
place in the Union Ballroom.
Films
Cinema Guild - The Graduate, 7:30 & 9:30
p.m., Angell Aud. A.
Cinema II - The Man in the White Suit, 7:30
p.m., Our Man in Havana, 9:15 p.m., MLB 3.
Michigan Theater Foundation - Cotton Club,
7:15 & 9:35 p.m., Michigan Theater.
Ann Arbor Film Co-op - Vertigo, 7:30 p.m.;
The Man Who Knew Too Much, 9:40 p.m., MLB 4.
Meetings
Ann Arbor Go Club - 2 p.m., 1433 Mason Hall.
Miscellaneous
Washtenaw County Parks and Recreation

Commission - craft workshop, 9 a.m., East
Classroom at the Washtenaw County Recreation
Center off Hogback Road.
Sunday
Highlight
Sit back, relax and enjoy and watch a young
boy travel to the Sahara and find the legendary
Black Stallion in the Michigan Theater Foun-
dation's presentation of The Black Stallion
Returns. Movie times are at 4, 7 & 9 p.m. at the
Michigan Theater.
Meetings
His House Christian Fellowship - Dinner, 6:30
p.m.; Bible study, 7 p.m., 925 E. Ann.
Lutheran Campus Ministry - Worship, 10:30
a.m., Lord of Light, corner of Hill & Forest.
University Lutheran Chapel - Worship, 9:30
a.m.,1511 Washtenaw Ave.
Miscellaneous
Institute of Labor and Industrial Relations'
Program and Work - Workshop, "Women on the
Frontline: Building Stronger Unions and a Bet-
ter World," 9a.m., Union.

Monday
Highlight
If you want to eat natural foods but don't know
how to prepare them, don't worry. The Michigan
Federation of Food Co-ops and People's Food Co-
op are sponsoring cooking classes. At 7 p.m.,
"Whole and Healthy: the Basics of Whole Foods
Cooking," with Carolin Roi will begin. Class will
be held at The Daily Grind, 220 Felch St. The cost
is $24 for non-members and $18 for co-op mem-
bers.
Films
Michigan Theater Foundation - Dance Crazy,
7:30 & 9:30 p.m., Michigan Theater.
Miscellaneous
Office Administration System - Four-session
workshop, Intro to Wang Basic Word Processing,
1 p.m.;Ramis i - Basic Reporting, 8:30 am.,
1050OAdministration Services.
Microcomputer Education Center -
Workshop, Micropro WordStar (Part 2), 1 p.m.,
Room 3001, School of Education Building.
WCBN - "Consider the Alternatives," 6 p.m.;
"BBC World Report," 6:30p.m.,88.3FM.

satisfactory treatment," so tran-
splants are often the only hope for
recovery.
THE DONOR was from out-of-state,
but the liver recipient is from
Michigan. Names were not released
for either of them.
Yesterday's operation was the ,
hospitals's first liver transplant,
although preparation began on the
program about a year ago, Turcotte
said. "We intend to do them on a
regular basis," he said.
The liver transplant program is
part of the hospital's multi-organ
transplant program, which was laun-
ched to make the University the
leading transplant center in the state.
So far, the hospital performs kidney,
heart, pancreas, and liver transplan-
ts, and it is planning a bone marrow
transplant program for sometime in
the near future, Turcotte said.
Since the heart transplant program
resumed about a year ago, 10 of the
operations have been performed. The
most recent one took placeTuesday
night on a four-year-old boy who is
currently in stable condition.
Summer Editor in Chief Eric
Mattson filed a report for this
story.

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