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Page 14-The Michigan Daily- Friday, June 13, 1986

Grad. student gets on
Congressional ballot

By JOSEPH PIGOTT
University graduate student Dean
Baker has gathered seventeen hun.
dred signatures, placing him on the
ballot in the August 5th democratic
primary for the 2nd congressional
district, which includes Ann Arbor.
Baker, a 27-year-old doctoral can-
didate in economics entered the
primary race to challenge Republican
incumbent Carl Pursell on his sun ort

has won by narrower margins in each
successive election.
AN AID AT Pursell's office said
that he does not believe either can-
didate will pose a challenge to Pur-
sell, because Pursell would not run if
he did not believe he would win.
Pursell will run unopposed in the
Republican primary.

for the Reagan administration's Grimes has been c ipaigning for
policy in Central America. the Democratic nomi tion for some
time, narrowly Io ng the 1984
"I JUST WANTED to get someone primary to Michael IcCauley. Mc-
to challenge Pursell seriously," Cauley was decisivel >eaten by Pur-
Baker said. "What I hope to get out of sell in this election.
this, even if we don't beat Pursell, is Grimes is now a rese rch economist
to raise the issues. And if not this at the University's Ins tute of Labor
year, maybe we can beat him in '88." and Industrial Relation and, prior to
his academic career, he worked on
the assembly line at General Motors
Joseph O'Reilly, field director of the and Ford.
Michigan Democratic Party, said He currently chairs the South Cen-
both Baker and Democrat Don tral Michigan Economic Develop-
Grimes face an uphill battle to un-seat ment Committee and works
Pursell. But the district's results could' promoting economic development in
be surprising, he said, since Pursell the Ann Arbor area.

Daily Photo by ANDI SCHREIBER
Heart surgeon
William DeVries urges graduates at the medical school's commencement ceremony in Hill Auditorium last
Friday to never give up their work because of the death and disappointment they'll encounter in medicine.
DeVries was the first surgeon to successfully implant an artificial heart ina human.

U

The Calendar
of The University of Michigan

The calendar combines meeting, lecture
workshop and conference announcements
with other events happening each week on
campus. It is based on The University
Record calendar, and is open to all Univer-
sity sponsored groups and organizations
recognized by the Michigan Student Assem-
bly. Items must be submitted in writing byd
p.m. the Tuesday before publication. Ad-
dress all information to: University Record,
412 Maynard St. Asterisk (*) denotes events
to which admission is charged.
FIRIDAY
June 13
*HRD-Workshop, Purchasing and Accounts
Payable, 8:30 am-noon. For info, call 764-
7410.
*Germanic Lang & Lit-Concert, Jaap Schroder
& Elaine Thornburgh, 8 pm, Mich Union
Ballroom. For info, call 764-5305.
Microcomputer Educ Ctr-Workshops, Learn-
ing to Use the Macintosh, 9:30 am-12:30 pm;
Lotus 1-2-3, Pt II, 1-5 pm; MS-DOS Hard
Disk Skills, 10:30 am-12:30 pm, all in 3001
Sch of Ed Bldg. Intro to Microcomputers,
10:30 am-12:30 pm, 4003 Sch of Ed Bldg.
For info, call 764-5356.
SATURIDAY
June 14
*HRD-Workshop, Effective Oral Presentation,
8:30am-4 pm. For info, call 764-7410.
*Turner Geriatric Svcs-Life Context Work-
shop, 10 am-1 pm, Zion Lutheran Church,
1501 W Liberty. For info, call 764-2556.
Genetics, Rackham Stu Govt-Benjamin Spock,
"A Parent's Responsibility in the Nuclear
Age, "8 pm, Power Ctr. For info, call Sandra
Gregerman, 663-2105.

MONDAY
June 16
Microcomputer Educ Ctr-Workshops, Ad-
vanced Lotus 1-2-3: Macros, 8:30 am-12:30
pm; Microsoft Word for the Macintosh, Pt.
I, 8:30 am-12:30 pm; FinalWord II, Pt I, 1-5
pm, all in 3001 Sch of Educ Bldg. For info,
call 764-5356.
Senate Assembly-Meeting, 3:15 pm, Rackham
Amphi. Refreshments, 2:45 pm, 4th Fl As-
sembly Hall.
Chemistry-Sem, C Elschenbroich, "Electron
Transfer and Related Phenomena in Bis-
(arene) Transition Metal Complexes, " 4 pm,
Rm 1200-Chem Bldg.
TUESDAY
June 17
*UM-Flint-Film, On the Waterfront, 7 pm, Uni-
versity Ctr Kiva.
*HRD-Workshops, Barriers and Boundaries,
8:30 am-noon; Working for Multiple Bosses &
Different Personalities, 1-4:30 pm; Listening
Skills, 1-4:30 pm; Supervision III, 8:30 am-,
noon. For info on locations, call 764-7410.
Microcomputer Educ Ctr-Workshops, IBM PC
and PC-Compatible System Selection, 1-3 pm,
4003 Sch of Ed Bldg. Lotus 1-2-3, Pt II, 1-5
pm, 3001 Sch of Ed Bldg. For info, call 764-
5356.
*UM-flint-On the Waterfront, 7 pm, University
Ctr Kiva.
Turner Geriatric Clin-"A Day in the Park,"
10 am-2 pm, Riverside Pk. Box lunches pro-
vided free for ages 60 & over. Reg req. For
info, call 764-2556.

WEDNESDAY
June 18
*HRD-Workshops, Managing High Perform-
ance Teams, 8:30 am-4 pm; Giving Effective
Instructions, 8:30 am-noon. For info, call
764-7410.
*Printing Svcs-Sem, Ask the Printer, 1-5 pm,
1919 Green Rd. For info, call 764-6230.
Microcomputer Educ Ctr-Workshops, Pro-
gramming in dBASE III PLUS, Pt II, 8:30
am-12:30 pm, 3001 Sch of Ed Bldg. For info,
call 764-5356.
Intil Ctr-Information tables & displays on
Peace Corps (3-day), Liberty Plaza, 10 am-
6 pm. For info, call 764-9310.
THURSDAY
June 19
*UM-Flint-Shakespeare festival begins. Twelfth
Night, UMF Theater. For info, call 762-
3230.
*HRD-Workshop, Conflict Management for
Managers & Supervisors, 8:30 am-noon. For
info, call 764-7410.
*Amer Heritage Night-Pacific Northwest, 5-7:15
pm, Mich League.
Ophthy, Psych, Psysiology, Bioengr - Vision
Lunch Sem, J Rauschenker, "Non-visual Fac-
tors in Postnatal Visual Development in the
Cat, " 12:15-1:30 pm, Neuro Sci Bldg Rm
2032. For info, call 764-0573.
*Eclipse Jazz-Wayne St Univ Jazztet, 7:30 &
10 pm, Bird of Paradise Jazz Club, 207 S.
Ashley. For info, call 763-0046.
Microcomputer Educ Ctr-Workshops, Using
Window with Your IBM PC-Compatible Mi-
crocomputer, 8:30 am-10:30 pm; MS-DOS,
Pt II, 10:30 am-12:30 pm; Learning to Use
the Macintosh, 1-4 pm, all in 3001 Sch of Ed
Bldg. Intro to Microcomputers, 10:30 am-
12:30 pm, 4003 Sch of Ed Bldg. For info,
call 764-5356.
Regents-Monthly meeting, 1 pm, Regents' Rm,
Fleming Bldg.
*Gay Liberation-Pride Week Films: The Boys
in the Band, 7:30 pm; Querelle, 9:40 pm,
MLB 4. For info, call 763-4186.

FRIDAY
June20
*CEW-Workshop, Interviewing Successfully,
9 am-1 pm, 350 S. Thayer. For info, call
763-7080.
*HRD-Workshop, Introduction to University'
Stores, 8:30 am-noon. For info, call 764-
7410.
Regents-Monthly meeting, 9 am, Regents' Rm,
Fleming Bldg.
Microcomputer Educ Ctr-Workshops, Micro-
soft Word for the IBM PC-Compatible Mi-
crocomputers, Pt I, 8:30 am-12:30 pm;
dBASE III PLUS, Pt 4, 1-5 pm; Macintosh
Disk and File Management, 1-3:30 pm, all in
3001 Sch of Ed Bldg. For info, call 764-
5356.
*Outdoor Recreation-Sleeping Bear Dunes
Camping Trip (3-day), Leelanau Penninsula.
Reg req. For info, call 764-3967.
*UM-Flint-Shakespear Festival, dinner 6:30
pm, Hyatt Regency; Twelfth Night, 8:30 pm,
UMF Theater. For info, call 762-3230.
Intil Ctr-Peace Corps info session & movie,
The Toughest Job You'll Ever Love," 7:30
pm, Ann Arbor Public Library, 343 So Fifth
Ave. For info, call 764-9310.
SATURDAY
June 21
*Turner Geriatric Svcs-Life Context Workshop,
10 am-1 pm, Zion Lutheran Church, 1501 W
Liberty. For info, call 764-2556.
*UM-Flint-Shakespear Festival. Twelfth Night,
2:30 & 8 pm, UMF Theater. For info, call
762-3230.
Student Wood & Craft Shop-Safety class for
new users, session I, 9-11 am, Stu Act Bldg.
For info, call 763-4025.
Gay Liberation-Pride Week, Alt rally, noon;
celebration, I & 4 pm; rally, 2 pm; march/
parade, 3 pm. Federal Bldg, Liberty at Fifth.
Happy hour, 5 pm, Nectarine Ballroom, 510
E. Liberty. For info, call 763-4186.
*Alumni Assoc-Prog on Statue of Liberty incl
lecs, films, videos & luncheon. For info and
reservations, call 763-9753.

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