Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue


Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

May 08, 1987 - Image 10

Resource type:
Michigan Daily Summer Weekly Summer Weekly, 1987-05-08

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

Page 10 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, May 8, 1987
# #
i #
Stea SDinnerwith
potato, saladbuffet, swIbd b
Su&ndaeBsr iivAHotSpoto withHot
$&99 99A 11A-s11,
2icudas Saladca But et w th H o pote Beverae bfr exu e r
I~WI55 I
t yna sand wine.e C annntwbeeuansiw ss n t s ith
(Aciss rbmwAh anSth pg. Ct.) (JTstiN.othotStaodfrmntLiberty) 1
There's aiAtyfeeing atLPonderoSaA
* _____AA*____
1987 Pondr"--.'c

Sister city plan may face veto

Republican mayor Gerald Jern-
igan may veto a resolution passed
at last Monday's city council
meeting that would reestablish the
Central American Sister City Task
Force for an indefinite period. A
veto would lessen the city's official
sanction of Ann Arbor's sister city,
Juigalapa, Nicaragua.
If Jernigan vetoes the resolution,
the democratic majority on the
council would need eight votes to
override it. Democrats hold seven of
the 11 seats on the council.
Members of the task force have
said they would work on their own
to aid Juigalpa if a veto cannot be
Jernigan has until Monday to

veto the proposal.
"A veto is not going to stop our
efforts to aid the people of Nicar-
agua. It will be more difficult be-
cause city affiliation lends more
broader acceptance of the task force,
but we can still be effective," said
task force member Jim Burchell.
The new task force would focus
on increasing local knowledge
about Juigalpans, raising humani-
tarian aid to the city, and promoting
exchange programs. Task force
members would serve two year
staggered terms, making the Sister
City Task Force charter indefinite.
The resolution passed by an 8 to
2 margin, even though the four
republicans - including Jernigan
- oppose the resolution. They feel

the task force is more political than
"(Task force members) have
made it clear that they cannot
separate between the political and
the humanitarian overtones of the
task force," said Councilmember
Terry Martin (R-Second Ward), the
only council republican to approve
the resolution.
Burchell challenged Martin's
statement, saying, "Are we sup-
posed to just send (the citizens of
Juigalpa) bandages and not say
anything about the Contras who
shoot them?"
Martin voted for the resolution
so she could call for a recon-
sideration at the next meeting.

Relaxed atmosphere draws students
(Continued from Page i) Lisa Collins, an LSA senior problem," she said.
from original registration, which who stayed last spring, agrees with
helps alleviate the overcrowding Martabano's expectations. "Classes Collins said that although the
problem. are smaller, and professors establish springtime atmosphere is more
Kiki Martabano, an Engineering a better rapport with students." relaxed, students have more
junior taking Spring term courses Collins said she has been homework than during the fall and
for the first time, expects the waitlisted behind fifty other winter terms to compensate for the
atmosphere on campus to be more students for a class and managed to shorter semester. "It moves a lot
laid- back, with less student get into the course. "Half of the faster, and there is no time to fall
competition. people don't show, so it's really no behind in your homework."


The calendar combines mee
ference announcements with
on campus. It is based on Th
is open to all University sp
recognized by the Michigan
submitted in writing by 5p.n
Address all information to
assistant, University Reor
denotes events to which adm
May 11
*CEW--Job Seekers Support Gr
wks), noon-1:30 pm, 350 S T
*Cont Med Ed--Conf, "15th Ann
Medicine," 7:30 am-Fri, 1:30
Gay Liberation/LaGROC--
Discrimination, 7:30 pm, &
House, Canterbury House, 21
*Human Resource Devp --Cs
Ilt1 Kipke Dr. Regis: 764-7
*M-CARE Hith Ctr--Prog, "
Circle Dr. Regis: 763-7390.
Med Ctr/Transplant Policy
Request Law: The First Six M
Macromolecular Res Ctr/N
Anle Neutron Scatterin & M
Polymers,' 11 am, 208 Coole
Blochsem--Sem, A Sheebtomn, "C
LectinLike Interaction of Lyt
Med Sci I
May 12
Comp Ctr/Microcomp Ed Cr
Pt 3, 1:30-3 pm, 2065A Frie;
Hosp Info3Syst--Mtg/vendord
(McMUG), 3pm, open area
*MCARE Hith Cr --Demo,
Nutritious & Satisfying Ways

ofThe University ofMichigan
TMed Ctr--Mastectomy Disc Grp, noon-1:15 pm, Rm 2A235, 2nd Level,
Univ Hosp. 763-9953.
eting, lecture workshop and con- Mus Art--Art Breaks, 'From Seedtime to Harvest," 12:10 pm.
other events happening each week Stu Struggle for Soviet Jewry--Lec, K Klose, "What is Going On in
te University Record calendar, and the Soviet Union Today?" 8 pm, Pendleton Rm, Mich Union. 665-
onsored groups and organizations 435T G
Student Assembly. Items must be Turner Geriatric Clin--Olde Gay/Lesbian Support Grp. M Rena,
n. the Tuesday before publication. "Legal Nerds of the Gay Fopulation,"7pmt110Wall.764-2556
a: Julie A. Brown, publications
d, 412 Maynard St. Asterisk (*)
ission is charged. May 13
Biochem--Sem, E Conrad, Involvement of Phosphatidylinositol &
Insulin in the Coordinate Regulation of Proteoheparin Sulfate
Metabolism & Hepatocyte Growth," 4 pm (wine/cheese recep: 5 pm,
5410Med Sci I), Taubman Med Lib.
CEW--Lec, R Andresen, "Female Dynamics in Creation of International
oup, 9:30 am-noon, & Job Hunt Club (8 Teenage ExchangeProram," noon-1:30 pm, 350 S Thayer. 764-3423.
'bayer. 763-7080. Mich Gay Union--Soc/disc grp, 9 pm, Guild House, 802 Monroe, 763-
nual Spring Update: Advances in Intermal 4186.
pm, Towlsey Ctr. Regis: 763-1400. Lib & Info Sc--Convocation, F Miksa, "Research Patterns & Research
Community Forum on Violence & Libraries," 1:30 pm, Lib, Mich League. 764-9376.
Lesbian-Gay Male Community Open *Cont Legal Ed--Course, "Building a Law Firm in the 80s and Beyond,"
18N Division. 665-0606, 763-4186. 9 am-4:30 pm, Holidome-Holiday Inn. Regis: 665-4444.
ourse (12 weeks), "Aerobics," 5:30 pm, Rec Sports-Pre-trip mtg for horseback riding trip May 17, 7 pm, Conf
410. Rm, N Camp Rec Bldg.
Breast Cancer," 7 pm, 325 Briarwood Mich Sea Grant College Prog Communic Ofc--Panel disc,
"Communicating Science to the Public," 3:30-5 pm, Hussey Rm, Mich
Ctr--Forum, "Michigan's Required League. 764-1138.
4onths," 1-5 pm, Hale Aud. 764-2220. WCIIN (88.3 FM)--Prog, "All Things Reconsidered," 6:30 pm. 763-
uclear Engr--Sem, K Huber, "Small 3500.
'ontecarlo Simulations on Star-Branched Stu Woodshop--Safety class for new shop users, Sess I, 3-5 pm, SAB,
y. 764-5535. 763-4025.
arbohydrates as I munoregulators' The
nphokines with Uroro uin" noon 7412 T
May 14
*AAFC--Private Practices: The Story of a Sex Surrogate, 7:30 & 9 pm,
MLB 3.
'--Course, "Introduction to TEXTEDIT" Comp Ctr/Microcomp Ed Ctr--Course, "Introduction to TEXTEDIT"
ce. Regis: 747-2424. Ps4, 1:30-3 p, 2065A Frieze. Regis: 747-2424.
emo, Med Camp Microcomp Users Grp Experimental Ken6inA FleSubmission--Andrew Demo/Carnegie-
outside Univ Hosp Amph (2A-201). 936- Mellon Software, B Sherwood & Barry Silverman, 4:15 pm, Hale Aud.
K Gawronski, "How to Prepare Pasta in *Mich League--Amer Heritage Night, Ozarks, 4:30-7:30 pm, The League
7 pm Northville. Regis: 344-1777. Buffet.

Med Ctr--Lumpectomy Disc Grp, noon-1:15 pm, Rm 2A235, 2nd Level,
Univ Hosp. 763-9953, 936-4300.
Ment Filth Res Inst--Vision Lunch Sem, C Shatz, "The Role of
Electrical Activity in the Prenatal Development of Connections in the
Mammalian Visual System," 12:15-1:30 pm, 2055 MHRL. 764-0573.
Mus Art--See May 19.
Regents--Mtg, 1 pm, Regents' Rm, Fleming.
*Turner Geriatric Clin--Course, Y Feuerwerker, "Women in Modern
Chinese Fiction," & R Danly, "Japan's First Modern Woman Writer,"
l0 am-noon, 1010 Wall 764-2556.
Acad Women's Caucus--Lec, S Rasmussen, "Update of the Cohort
Study--LSA & Medical School" noon-1:30 pm, Mich Rm,-Mich
League, 747-0894, 764-1105.
Stu Woodshop--Safety class for new shop users, Sess H, 3-5 pm, SAB,
May 15
*AAFC--East of Eden, 7:30 pm & Spendor in the Grass, 9:30 pm, MLB 3.
Biochem--Sem, A Fink, "Mechanisms of Suicide Inactivation of
Pencittinase," 4 pm, 6423 Med Sci I.
Cont Med Ed--Course, "Basic Cardiac Life Support," 3:40-9 pm,
Towsley Ctr. 763-2400. *Conf (2 days), "Advances in Pediatrics," 8
am-Sat 11:15 am, Towsley Ctr. 763-1400. *Course (2 days), "Recent
Advances in Pediatric Ophthalmology & Strabismus," 7:45 am-Sat
3:45 pm, Kellogg Ctr, 763-1400.
Mech Engr & Api Mech--Sem, W Newman, "High-Speed Robot
Control in Dynamic Environments," 10:30 am (coffee: 10 am, 2269
GG Brown), 1013 Dow.
Sch Music--Master class, H Holiger, oboist, 10 am-noon, Recital Hall.
May 16
*AAFC-Birdy,7:30 & 9:30 pm, Nat Sci.
Cont Med Ed--Course (2 days), 7:40 am-5 pm (8 am-5 pm Sun),
Towsley Ctr. 763-1400.
*U-M-DBN--1890s Party (ages 4-9), 10 am, noon, 2 & 4 pm, Henry Ford
Estate-Fair Lane. Reser:593-5590.
*Exhibit Mus--Workshop (ages 7-14), "Up, Up & Away--Michigan's
Birds" Pt I, 10:30 am-noon, 1109 Geddes. Regis: 764-0478.
*Exhibit Mus--Feature show, The Universe Game, 2 & 3:15 pm, &
Family show, Sky Rambles, 10:30 & 11:30 am. 1109 Geddes. 764--
May 17
Zen Buddhist Temple--Open House, 2-4 pm, 1214 Packard. 761-6520.
*Exhibit Mus--Feature show, The Universe Game, 2 & 3:15 pm, 1109
Geddes. 764-078.
Mus Art--Docent tour, "From Seedtime to Harvest," 2 pm.
Stu Woodshop--Class (6 weeks), "Beginning Woodworking," 1-4 pm,
SAB; 763-4025.





,/ 1 il, 4 lU\lV ~ b i

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan