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May 13, 1980 (vol. 90, iss. 4) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily Vnl XC. N .4-S Ann Arbor, Michigan-Tuesday, May 13, 1980 Ten Cents Sixteen Pages Budget for 1981 wins approval of Senate WASHINGTON (AP)-The Senate approved a $613.1 billion balanced 1981 budget last night, but last-minute spen- ding hikes raised new doubts about whether Congress will actually eliminate the federal deficit for the first time in 12 years. The vote on final passage was 68-28, with 49 Democrats and 19 Rep...…

May 13, 1980 (vol. 90, iss. 4) • Page Image 2

…Page 2-Tuesday, May 13, 1980-The Michigan Daily Atlanta desegregation effort struck down by Supreme Court 0 From AP and UPI WASHINGTON - The Supreme Court yesterday struck down legal ef- forts to consolidate Atlanta's predominantly black school district with nine suburban districts. By a 5-3 vote, the justices upheld two lower court rulings that there is no basis for combining the individual school districts for racial desegregation. IN OTHE...…

May 13, 1980 (vol. 90, iss. 4) • Page Image 3

…The Michigan Daily-Tuesday, May 13, 1980-Page 3 Mal Scene bicago ERA rally a erfect Mother's Day present By BONNIE JURAN Special to the Daily CHICAGO-It was, according some, the perfect Mother's Day gift the families of Illinois. In fact, mothers-and people of ages and both sexes-marched by tens of thousands in Illinois' largest c on Saturday to urge Illinois legislate to approve the Equal Rights Am dment. Their reasons for marching were var...…

May 13, 1980 (vol. 90, iss. 4) • Page Image 4

…Page 4-Tuesday, May 13, 1980-The Michigan Daily 0 ERA may die without Illinois TOMORROW, the day the Equal Rights Amend ment goes before the Illinois House of Representatives, is crucial to the ultimate passage of the ERA. If passed by the house the amendmeni will have one more hurdle-the Illinois Senate-to cross before Illinois can be added to the list of 35 states that have already approved the ERA. Ratification in Illinois is essential. W...…

May 13, 1980 (vol. 90, iss. 4) • Page Image 5

…CAIR Sadat a Cabine reorgan greater problen tages a was no signific Sadat to head did not nment, dicatio premie negotia autonon suspeni request the gov He sa Every Preside Sada tomorr speech The Michigan Daily-Tuesday, May 13, 1980-Page 5 NO SHIFT IN FOREIGN AFFAIRS EXPECTED Sadat's Cabinet members resign From APand UPI domestic policies. "AT THIS STAGE-the beginning of said Khalil would prefer not to retain tO, Egypt-President Anwar IN RECEN...…

May 13, 1980 (vol. 90, iss. 4) • Page Image 6

…Page 6-Tuesday, May 13, 1980-The Michigan Daily Khadafy renames missions 0 By The Associated Press Libyan strongman Moammar Khadafy pressed an ideological purge yesterday by renaming embassies in a number of countries "People's Bureaus" and replacing diplomats in them with "people committees.' Britain expelled four officials of Libya's embassy in London in retaliation for "harassment" of Libyan dissidents there. The current trouble apparentl...…

May 13, 1980 (vol. 90, iss. 4) • Page Image 7

…The Michigan Daily-Tuesday, May 13, 1980-Page 7 Panels look at South and Southeast Asia (Continued from Page 3) Technology" also involves "a critique of present (hard) technology and a proposal to change what is wrong." "THE PROPONENTS of the present system of technology claim that there is a direct relationship between economic prosperity and the quality of life," Morrison explained, adding that "Ap- propriate Technology" takes into ac- coun...…

May 13, 1980 (vol. 90, iss. 4) • Page Image 8

…Page 8-Tuesday, May 13, 1980-The Michigan Daily SEC'Y MEETS WITH ALLIES ON IRAN Muskie urges sanction support WASHINGTON (AP)-Secretary of Thomas Reston acknowledged yester- even though President Carter's States, at least partly to forestall any State Edmund Muskie's first overseas day that "some problems remain to be strategy of diplomatic and economic American military move against Iran. assignment, beginning today, is to urge worked out" by...…

May 13, 1980 (vol. 90, iss. 4) • Page Image 9

…The Michigan Daily-Tuesday, May 13, 1980-Page 9 ======rts f..,... .e ;:fr"n+r:s"i; : t',ya; y," , ~ : : v:< kt r-: u+ ::. ;:; " x x::,:::,::;~iy; -," .;. " :} : .;",4:ia~ '. . i< f 'f ;"tvir5" i+'Ti': >s':4:"nt" .?r .' :+ , +.}t.'; t:.;i ' Hitchcock's pop-art for the ages By OWEN GLEIBERMAN For me, seeing Alfred Hitchcock's Notorious was like getting stoned for the first time. Words and images whiz- zed by so quickly that, as if in a nar- c...…

May 13, 1980 (vol. 90, iss. 4) • Page Image 10

…Page 10-Tuesday, May 13, 1980-The Michigan Daily STA TE WANTS BAN ON INDIAN NET GILL FISHING Fishing rights pit state vs. U.S. BUT AN ANGRY Michigan United Co LANSING (UPI)-The state and the U.S. Interior Eric Jankel of the Interior Department firmly Clubs Director Thomas Waahington aaid Department collided head-on yesterday over yet rejected State Natural Resource Director Howard . month ban on fishing south of Arcadia another federal revisio...…

May 13, 1980 (vol. 90, iss. 4) • Page Image 11

…The Michigan Daily-Tuesday, May 13, 1980-Page 11 B That tl between television Neverthe more tha Mock trials highlight seminar y GEOFFREY OLANS presiding over a trial on center stage of Education (ICLE) last Friday and of the economist as an e: here are obvious similarities the Power Center for the Performing Saturday. and the art of advocacy in trial law and drama: any Arts. IN ADDITION to the trial demon- Special attention in t n producer w...…

May 13, 1980 (vol. 90, iss. 4) • Page Image 12

…Page 12-Tuesday, May 13, 1980-The Michigan Daily a LOST AND FOUND FOUND-FEMALE DOG about 2 years old, very FURNISHED 6 BEDROOM house available im- affectionate and well trained. I must give her away. mediately. 4 month lease $450/month. No pets. i Please call 663-1896. dA513 block from S. Quad on E. Madison. 663-5609. 47C516 -"HOUSEMATES NEEDED-Large house. Walk to campus. DISHWASHER, LAUNDRY, BOMB SHELTER & many extras. $100/month. 668-7526...…

May 13, 1980 (vol. 90, iss. 4) • Page Image 13

…The Michigan Daily-Tuesday, May 13, 1980-Page 13 CUBAN, BAHAMIAN OFFICIALS DISCUSS WEEKEND RAID Refugee arrested for hijacking From UPI and AP A Cuban refugee among the thousan- ds streaming into Florida on the "Freedom Flotilla" was arrested yesterday and charged with hijacking a U.S. jetliner and diverting it to Cuba with 82 people aboard 11 years ago. Meanwhile, the flow of refugees reaching Key West slowed to a trickle after -5,353 checke...…

May 13, 1980 (vol. 90, iss. 4) • Page Image 14

…Page 14-Tuesday, May 13, 1980-The Michigan Daily Court strikes down desegregation plan (Continued on Page 12) rulings last Sept. 24. Jane Fonda and Tom Hayden lost at the Supreme Court on their bid for ac- cess to a government agency's in- telligence reports on their anti-war ac- tivities. The actress and her husband argued that allowing the National Security Agencyto decide what it wants to disclose gives it "a cloak of absolute secrecy" whi...…

May 13, 1980 (vol. 90, iss. 4) • Page Image 15

…The Michigan Daily-Tuesday, May 13, 1980-Page 15 Michigan thinclads beat Chicago By JON MORELAND The Michigan tracksters claimed victories in 14 of 19 events Saturday, and went on to defeat the Chicag( Track Club Saturday in their first home meet of the outdoor season. Cumulative team scores were not kept during the competition. The Wolverines came out charging and claimed the top two places in the 10,000-meter run and all three spots in the ...…

May 13, 1980 (vol. 90, iss. 4) • Page Image 16

…Page 16-Tuesday, May 13, 1980-The Michigan Doily S Sports ;~;:: Batsmen inch toward title 6 Blue sweeps Ohio State, Indiana twin bills By JON WELLS and DREW SHARP If there was ever any doubt as to the legitimacy of the Big Ten leading Michigan baseball team, it was all but erased last weekend as the Wolverines swept two doubleheaders from Ohio State and Indiana at Fisher Stadium. The four victories, 4-0, 7-1 over the Buckeyes and 1-0, 18-4 o...…

May 13, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 6) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily Vol. XCI, No. 6-S Ann Arbor, Michigan-Wednesday, May 13, 1981 Sixteen Pages Senate approves budget From AP and UPI WASHINGTON - The Senate overwhelmingly approved a 1982 budget limit of $700.8 billion last night, handing President Reagan a second major legislative vic- tory within days for his proposed plan and spending cuts. The vote was 78 to 20 in favor of the non-binding plan, which is similar on virtually all major po...…

May 13, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 6) • Page Image 2

…Page 2-Wednesday, May13, 1981-The Michigan Daily SecondI death triggers riots in Ireland 4 By AP and UPI BELFAST, Northern Ireland - IRA convict Francis Hughes died yesterday on the 59th day of his fast at Maze prison. Hundreds of Catholics im- mediately stormed into the streets, trading gunfire with police and setting fires across Belfast and Londonderry. A civilian was reported killed and two soldiers were wounded as patrolling British arm...…

May 13, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 6) • Page Image 3

…The Michigan Daily-Wednesday, May 13, 1981-Page 3 FORMER PRESIDENT PROMOTES REMOTE SENSING Ford addresses scientists By JOHN ADAM center of remote sensing research and War, forced the University to largely realization of mankind's oldest Former President Gerald Ford, scientists from at least 40 nations, in- divorce itself from the Laboratories. dreams," and the problems which it speaking to an international sym- cluding the Soviet Union and Ch...…

May 13, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 6) • Page Image 4

…Page 4-Wednesday May 43, 1981-The Michigan Daily Questions arise over Reagan s new appointment WASHINGTON (AP) - William Bradford Reynolds, an attorney with limited background in civil rights law, is expected to be nominated as the nation's chief civil rights enforcer, a Justice Department source' said yesterday. The source, who asked not to be iden- tified because he said he did not want to pre-empt President Reagan's announ- cement, said Re...…

May 13, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 6) • Page Image 5

…Latest Atlanta ' death may yield new elues From AP and UPI ATLANTA-Another black youth was found asphyxiated in a wooded area yesterday-17-year-old William Barrett, who had been missing only a few hours. Authorities said they hoped the speed of the discovery might provide them with evidence to solve his murder and those of 26 other young blacks. DeKalb County Public Safety Director Dick Hand said an autopsy showed the cause of death was asphy...…

May 13, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 6) • Page Image 6

…INDIVIDUAL THEATRES . LA CAGE " -- AUX FOL LES DAIL "8:40, "II" 6:50,10:15 WED. "1"1:40,5:05,8:40 "II' 3:15, 6:50, 10:15 one admission $1.50 any film Good Mon. thru Thurs. Eves. Valid thru 5/14/81 "M" Page 6--Wednesday, May 13, 1981-The Michigan Daily InIflation. hits the eih 4 NEW YORK (AP)-Struggling to get along on $20,000 a year? A new survey of executives making up to 10 times that much shows that a big salary is no guarantee against...…

May 13, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 6) • Page Image 7

…The Michigan Daily-kednesday, May 13, 1981--Page 7 Syria fires missiles From AP and UPI JERUSALEM-Syria fired surface- to-air missiles at Israeli jets over eastern Lebanon yesterday and repor- tedly patrolled the skies over northern Lebanon in MiGs in a major escalation of the Middle East crisis. Syria claimed it shot down one plane but Israel said all its jets returned safely to base. THE REAGAN administration was trying desperately to keep ...…

May 13, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 6) • Page Image 8

…4 PMpiMon Page 8 Wednesday; May 13, 1981 The Michigan Daily The Michigan Daily Vol. XCI, No. 6-S Ninety Years of Editorial Freedom Edited and managed by students at the University of Michigan No apocalypse IT WOULD BE advisable for the idealogues of the Reagan administration to exhibit an uncharacteristic but requisite cool over last Sunday's presidential election in France. The unexpected ascendence to power of veteran Socialist leader Fran...…

May 13, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 6) • Page Image 9

…Arts The Michigan Daily Wednesday, May 13, 1981 Page 9 Bale By FRED SCHILL The Syrians have launched surface- to-air missiles in Lebanon. John Cale's travelling apocalypse show now seems like prophecy, its Monday night stop at Second Chance not so much a warning as an angst-ridden epitaph for peace and sanity. Driven by a disquieting hopelessness, Cale ripped his vocals straight from the gut with the scarcely-contained frenzy of a latter-day ...…

May 13, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 6) • Page Image 10

…Page 10-Wednesday, May 13, 1981-The Michigan Daily 4 If you find your name and ad- dress in todays Michigan Daily classified page FAM E YOU WIN I 5Vi TWO FREE TICKETS to any oneof1 STATE 1-2-3-4 --eoAr Midnight Movies a- Maude m 5 WINNERS EVERY DAY -istorgocontes No Contest To Enter U P IN sponsored by .ust look through today's Classified Ads. SMOKE STATE THEATER Five U. of M. students will find their MIDNIGHT name hidd'iniectio ANOTHER___...…

May 13, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 6) • Page Image 11

…DAILY CLASSIFIEDS The Michigan Daily-Wednesday, May 13, 1981-Page 11 Surplus of doctors; state looks at cuts (Continuedfrom Page 1) (Continuedfrom Page 10) PERSONAL TRADITIONAL musicians sought to perform in Festival of Folk Song and Dance, Sept. 20. For inre info, call 769-1052. 29F0513 HELP WANTED JASON FITCH what were you planning for this weekend? How about going to the movies on State 1, 2, 3, 4 Theatres? All you have to do is to come t...…

May 13, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 6) • Page Image 12

…Page 12--Wednesday, May 13, 1981-The Michigan Daily 4 Social WASHINGTON (AP) - President Reagan proposed yesterday a Social Security overhaul which would slash benefits by $46.4 billion over the next five years, lower the payroll taxes paid by workers and employers, and penalize early retirees by an average of $126 monthly. The plan also would make. it much more difficult to qualify for disability payments by eliminating age and other non-me...…

May 13, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 6) • Page Image 13

…Cutbacks for Amtrak may force elimination of service (Continued from Page1) (routes) to help meet costs," said Charnetski. Routes that are not profitable can be cut, he said, but not if it means a reduction in needed tran- sportation. The threat of elimination of Ann Ar- bor's Amtrak service has prompted some students and city officials to criticize the possible cuts. ANN ARBOR MAYOR Louis Belcher expressed the need that would arise in the cit...…

May 13, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 6) • Page Image 14

…THIS BUD'S FOR YOU A winning tradition .. . By BUDDY MOOREHOUSEmaes for soiledans A N O ONE REALLY expected last weekend's Big Ten Tennis Championships to be any dif- ferent from the previous 13. The mighty Michigan netters would waltz to the conference crown for the fourteenth straight time - there certainly didn't seem to be any doubt about it. "We'd beaten Minnesota, we'd beaten everyone else, so our plan was to continue to win the tourna...…

May 13, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 6) • Page Image 15

…SPORTS OF THE DAILY Celtics annihilate Rockets BOSTON (AP)-Robert Parish and Cedric Maxwell led a furious first-quar- ter Boston burst as the Celtics got their running game going early and breezed to a 109-80 victory over the Houston Rockets last night for a 3-2 lead in the National Basketball Association championship series. The Celtics will try to wrap up their 14th NBA title in Houston Thursday night. If the Rockets win that one, the ,best...…

May 13, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 6) • Page Image 16

…Sports Page 16 Wednesday, May 13, 1981 The Michigan Daily Blue nine split inale with WSU 4 4 By MARTHA CRALL The games actually didn't mean much in Michigan's overall season. The Wolverines had already clinched the Big Ten East Division title. In fact, the players appeared to be looking past Wayne State to the Big Ten playoffs this weekend. The result was a split of their doubleheader with the Tarters yester- day at Fisher Stadium - a victo...…

May 13, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 7) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily Ann Arbor, Michigan-Thursday, May 13, 1982 Ten Cents Sixteen Pages State credit rating drops to new low LANSING (UPI) - Moody's In- vestors Service yesterday dropped Michigan's credit rating to the lowest in the nation, despite the legislature's last-minute passage of a temporary in- come tax hike in hopes of staving off the collapse. Both Gov. William Milliken and state Budget Director Gerald Miller said they were hop...…

May 13, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 7) • Page Image 2

…Page 2-Thursday, May 13, 1982-The Michigan Daily Senate delays changes in Social Security E WASHINGTON (AP) - The Senate overwhelmingly voted yesterday to leave Social Security intact until a bipartisan commission makes recom- mendations on keeping the system solvent. The Senate also approved a budget assumption that $4 million in savings will be found in the system over the next three years, after defeating a Democratic-sponsored amendment,...…

May 13, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 7) • Page Image 3

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, May 13, 1982-Page 3 The reviews begin Education, Art, Nat. Res. to undergo scrutiny The University's plan to make itself "smaller but better" gets into full swing this spring as the review process unfolds and the first schools and colleges come under administrative scrutiny. The plan-termed the "Five-Year Plan"-involves a process of reduction and reallocation of almost $20 million from the University's General Fun...…

May 13, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 7) • Page Image 4

…Page 4-Thursday. May 13, 1982-The Michigan Daily Two Argentine planes downed in Falkiands By The Associated Press Argentine warplanes made a series of attacks on British ships near the Falkland Islands yesterday and a destroyer shot down two of them about three miles from the disputed island chain, the British Defense Ministry an- nounced. It reported no damage to the fleet. A British Sea King helicopter ditched in the sea near the Ialklands,...…

May 13, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 7) • Page Image 5

… The Michigan Daily-Thursday, May 13, 1982-Page 5 Pope unharmed after attack in Portugal FATIMA, Portugal (AP)- A young man in clerical garb lunged at Pope John Paul II with a knife at the Our Lady of Fatima shrine yesterday but security guards overpowered him before he reached the pontiff, the state- run ANOP news service said. The pope was not hurt and continued a ceremony for a gathering of an estimated one million of the faithful that was...…

May 13, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 7) • Page Image 6

…Opinion 4 Page 6 The Michigan Daily Vol. XCII, No. 7S Ninety Years of Editorial Freedom Edited and managed by student; at the University of Michigan U.S. retreat T HE UNITED STATES, once the leader of the global battle for environmental quality, has signalled retreat. The United Nations opened the second con- ference on the global environment in Kenya Monday amid growing pessimism that the world is heading toward an environmental disaster "a...…

May 13, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 7) • Page Image 7

…Art s Thursday, May 13, 1982 The Michigan Daily Page 7 -A selection of campus film highlights In this film, Allen showed he was Woody Allen Film able to extend a single plot Festival throughout an entire film. The jokes are used to support the plot, rather A collection of films from one of than, as in his earlier works, the plot America's most popular comedians existed only to string together the will he shown at the Michigan stream of one-...…

May 13, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 7) • Page Image 8

…Page 8-Thursday, May 13, 1982-The Michigan Daily ine ivianningo uriot ciety, for te niru year in a row, wili perform tneir unique obend o Manuingo and American music at the Michigan Union Ballroom. The show will start at 9 p.m. on Friday, May 14. At 4 p.m., Jali Foday Musa Susa, the leader of the group, will perform a free solo recital on the lawn between the Michigan League and the Modern Languages Building. For more information on the conce...…

May 13, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 7) • Page Image 9

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, May 13, 1982-Page9 City creates nuclear evacuation plan LOS ANGELES (UPI) - In the event 'I fully accept the fact that the suggested plan is the survivors. of a nuclear attack, only healthy and Kingsbury, 58, said he based his useful citizens would be saved in a very unpalatable and truthfully rather sickening comments on 23 years of military ser- "Noah's Ark" evacuation plan while to think about, but I think it is...…

May 13, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 7) • Page Image 10

…Page 10-Thursday, May 13, 1982-The Michigan Daily FARMERS SUPPOR T RURAL SOLIDARITY Poles mark union WARSAW, Poland (AP)- Ignoring hundreds of riot police, 3,000 Polish farmers prayed and sang yesterday at a mass marking the first birthday of their Rural Solidarity union, now banned under mar- tial law. "Let us pray to God for the revival of rural Solidarity to uplift life in the courftryside and improve Polish agriculture," Warsaw Bishop Wl...…

May 13, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 7) • Page Image 11

…The Milchigan Deily-Thatrce Educator says Americans lack scientific skills WASHINGTON (UPI) - The fastest growing minority group in the United States is the scientifically and technologically illiterate, a noted educator said yesterday. "It's not a small group, and chances are that if you know a young person finishing high school this spring, he or she is part of that group," said Paul DeHart Hurd, professor emeritus at Stanford University. ...…

May 13, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 7) • Page Image 12

…Page 12-Thursday, may 13, 1982-The Michigan Doily -} THE FIRST FUTURISTIC ESTOGORDON * 0 THE FIRST FUTURISTIC RUTH GORDON MONSTER MOVIE IN 3-D. H7s7Masude His Hangups AeHilious!e I - i. . i. 1 . T ,. j I il - i i A- - -4-4 I .1 1-1 * ! -1- 1 Ii I1 . *I I1 F . I . 1 I l l ll ll II tlI.I. If you find your name in today's MICHIGAN DAILY classified page YOU WIN TWO FREE TICKETS to nay one of STATE 1-2-3-4 MIDNIGHT MOVIES F-1 FT a . ...…

May 13, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 7) • Page Image 13

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, May 13, 1982-Page 13 THE FIRST FUTURISTIC RUTH GORDON MONSTER MOVIE IN 3-Dy If you nd yoUr arid a name in today's MICHIGAN DAILY -IHis Hangups Are HilarIOUS! dos fed page -- 1 YOU WIN "American R ~ dPyor TWO FREE TICKETS to any one of e" LIVE STATE 1-2-3-4 XXX IN CONCERT MIDNIGHT MOVIES (Cotinued from Page 121 Room in professor's Burns Park Apt. July 1. veient $150 plus. 761-1554. Fall option. 36 BELIEVE IT OR NOT...…

May 13, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 7) • Page Image 14

…Page 14-Thursday, May 13, 1982-The Michigan Daily s edge Orioles, 5-4 OAKLAND (AP) - Dan Meyer and Cliff Johnson smacked two-run singles in the eighth inning to give the Oakland A's a come-from-behind 5-4 victory yesterday over the Baltimore Orioles. Shackled on two hits through seven innings by Baltimore starter Mike Flanagan and Jim Palmer, the A's scored their four runs in the eighth in- ning on three singles and three walks. TONY PHILLIPS...…

May 13, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 7) • Page Image 15

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, May 13, 1982-Page 15 Sixers defeat Celtics 121-113 BOSTON (AP)- Andrew Toney scored 30 points and Caldwell Jones scored 10 of his season-high 22 in the fourth quarter as the Philadelphia 76ers evened their National Basketball Association playoff series at one game apiece with a 121-113 victory over the Boston Celtics last night. The triumph was an incredible tur- naround for the 76ers, who lost Game 1 Sunday by 40...…

May 13, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 7) • Page Image 16

…Sports Thursday, May 13, 1982 4 Page 16 The Michigan Daily 'M' nine sweeps Tartars 4 By JOE CHAPELLE Paciorek's homer brought his total to Senior Jim Paciorek smashed the ball 15 for the season, upping his own over the right field fence for his 15th single-season home run record of 14 homer of the season to top off a seven- whic he had ieved against Indiana. run second inning in the second game of It also brought his career home run a do...…

May 13, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 5) • Page Image 1

…Native Americans troubled at 'U' i By MARLA GOLD " " " THE COLLEGE dropout rate for For more than ten years, the Univer- Jut onf- e education American Indians nationwide, she said, sity has been struggling to attract more is as high as 80 percent. Records at the minority students. While some Bureau of Indian Affairs show that only " minorities are now more prevalent on _ 14 percent of Indians who enter college campus, Native Americans remain r...…

May 13, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 5) • Page Image 2

…a Page 2 - The Michigan Daily - Sunday, May 13, As the Democratic candidates moved Murdock, Nebraska yesterday. Ja( concerns of America's farmers. Armerican (Continued from Page 1) home," she said. Because of this ex- perience, many never receive any fur- ther education, Goeman explained. Cornell described the boarding schools experiences as "designed to beat the 'Indianness' out of (the studen- ts)". PROBLEMS IN public schools can be even w...…

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