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Page 4 - The Michigan Daily - Saturday, June 1, 1985
Athletic dept. safe from tax crackdown
(Continued fromPage1)
"I've only got 13,000 tickets to sell and has been filled every Saturday, but
see the game they're going to buy I've got people waiting in line for Mazer said, "I've been here when we
the tickets." them right now," he said. didn't have the sellouts."
Bill Mazer, a longtime member of While the new system may not ap- Mazer is one who doesn't think the
the Athletic Board and former M club pear to threaten the athletic program rer owilldpass.tNeith e
president agreed that the proposal right now it could do some damage in reform will pass. Neither does
won't affect Michigan football. "Our the future. Canham, "I don t believe it will,mhe
stadium is going to be filled everysaid.It will hurt the entertainment
Saturday, you can bet on that," he "THE WHOLE system has been industry too much."
said. built around business inducements," But Wallace thinks otherwise, "It's
MAZER SAID even if the proposal said Wallace, "and that will even-
does pass it won't necessarily cut the tually come back to haunt you. if it does pass, he said, "the taxpayer
deductions. "Oh boy, are they gonna Right now the University has an ex- is going to be bearing the brunt of it -
have a time enforcing it," Mazer said. tremely strong group of ticket which is defeating the whole pur-
Canham doesn't think the reform holders. As Canham explained, "It's a pose."
will hurt the basketball team either. family event." The football stadium

From United Press international

Court halts release
of Amway documents
Kent County Circuit Judge yester-
day issued a preliminary injun-
ction ordering a former employee
of the Ads-based Amway Corp. to
halt release of confidential com-
pany documents.
Amway attorney Thomas Mc-
Namara said Donald Gregory, an
editorial coordinator with the
direct-sales firm for two years,
released numerous confidential
memos and other documents to the
press and to attorneys for a group
of former distributors who have
filed a $120 million lawsuit against
the firm.
In that case, 156 former Amway
distributors are suing the company
in U.S. District Court for damages
for what they allege was a con-
spiracy between top company of-
ficials and high-level distributors
to force lower-level distributors to
purchase "unwanted and un-
necessary'' motivational
The suit alleges purchase of the
tapes and books was a prerequisite
to their growth in the company.
Iraqi air raid strikes
Tehran, injures 3
BEIRUT, Lebanon - Iraqi war-
planes bombed Tehran in a rare
daylight air raid yesterday, in-
juring at least three people, and
Iran said its air force launched
retaliatory attacks on several
Iraqi cities.
The air strike on Tehran was the
first carried out in daylight by the
Iraqi jet fighters since they began
raiding civilian settlements in Iran
on Sunday. Most Iraqi raids are
carried out at night to provide bet-
ter cover.
A military spokesman in Bagh-
dad said the Iraqi planes hit selec-
ted targets in mid-afternoon and
residents in Tehran said they
heard four loud explosions.
Iran confirmed the at-
tack on Tehran and said three
people were injured in the raid, but

it said nothing of two other Iraqi
air raids on the northern city of
Razvin and the central city of
Shiite forces declare
unilateral cease-fire
BEIRUT, Lebanon - Shiite
Moslem forces declared a
unilateral cease-fire yesterday in
their fierce 12-day battle with
Palestinian guerrillas that has left
more than 400 people dead and at
least 1,700 wounded.
The cease-fire order coincided
with the return of President Amin
Gemayel from a three-day trip to
Damascus and reports that Syria
had agreed to send its army back
to Beirut to help restore peace.
"This cease-fire opens the way
for evacuating the wounded and
gives political efforts a chance to
succeed," a Palestinian official
said. "But one thing should remain
clear. We will never hand over our
weapons to anyone. We will fight
and we will never allow anyone to
disarm us."
Soccer riots cause
ban on British teams
BELGIUM - Belgium declared
a ban Friday on all British soccer
teams in the wake of a stadium riot
that killed 38 people,-and British
soccer officials in London barred
English teams from European
competition for one year.
Many of the victims were
crushed in an avalanche of bodies
and masonry when a wall collap-
sed under pressure from Italian
supporters who were fleeing an at-
tack by hundreds of Liverpool
Suspects in baseball
drug deals in custody
people indicted on charges of
distributing drugs to major league
baseball players were in FBI
custody yesterday and another
suspect was expected to surrender.
No major league players were

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