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May 18, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 2) • Page Image 1

…lie Midigan al Ninety-five years of editorial freedom Vol. XCV, No. 2-S 1hMgco Dily Saturday, May 18, 1985 Fifteen Cents Legionnaire's disease suspected By KATIE WILCOX o 1May 9, and the Wayne County Health Thirty people who attended a 30 ShoW symptom S o illness Department immediately egan an banquet at the Hilton Airport Inn in investigation, Tait said. Department Romulus have reported symptoms of officials took water samples of the Legionna...…

May 18, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 2) • Page Image 2

…Page 2 - The Michigan Daily - Saturday, May 18, 1985 Emigre prof offers an alternate view of Soviet affairs (continuedfromPage1) ce department. Yanov said he an- and the United States. According to fire here for the same ideas that either isolated, or compromised, or, valuable asset to the University's ticipated reviews for his book for a David Singer, a professor of world ultimately led to his exile from the still better, just out of the coun...…

May 18, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 2) • Page Image 3

…The Michigan Daily - Saturday, May 18,1985 - Page 3 Senate budget is good news, says 'U' lobbyist By KERY MURAKAMI gone," Butts said. "They're not The U.S. Senate's proposed freeze proposing any cuts so they're not on federal student aid spending is touching the programs." Sen. Staf- "good news" for students, says the ford, though, has said that he may University's lobbyist on Capitol Hill pursue a modified GSL limit, making but the real key t...…

May 18, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 2) • Page Image 4

…Page 4 - The Michigan Daily - Saturday, May 18, 1985 Regents OK linguistics change By KERY MURAKAMI Catford, said that "linguistics is the pliance with a state ruling four years The University's Board of Regents study of all aspects of language. While ago. yesterday unanimously approved a solid core subjects as phonetics and But University President Harold plan to "downsize" LSA's linguistics syntax are important, it's also impor- Shapiro poin...…

May 18, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 2) • Page Image 5

…ARTS Saturday, May 18, 1985 Page 5 The Michigan Daily Shakespeare's 'Dream' reawakened By Noelle Brower W ILLIAM SHAKESPEARE has engendered more controversy, experimentation, and excitement than any other playwright, past or present. New productions of his work should be anticipated with interest for the multiplicity of his texts offers much to inspire the creative mind. The present collaboration of Eclectic Theatre Com- pany, Kreative Imp...…

May 18, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 2) • Page Image 6

…OPINION Page 6 Vol. XCV, No. 2-S 95 Years of Editorial Freedom Managed and Edited by Students at The University of Michigan Editorials represent a majority opinion of the Daily Editorial Board Irresponsible move PHILADELPHIA POLICE did not forsee that using a bomb to blow off a portion of the rooftop on a residen- tial home in a crowded neighborhood would ignite a disastrous fire. But the dangerous, unpredictable con- sequences of this action...…

May 18, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 2) • Page Image 7

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May 18, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 2) • Page Image 8

…SPORTS Saturday, May 18, 1985 Page 8 The Michigan Daily Minnesota upends batsmen, 11-10 By BRAD MORGAN "Anything can happen" is perhaps the most overused cliche by all coaches everywhere, but as Michigan found out yesterday at Ray Fisher Stadium, it's all too often confirmed when put to the test on the playing field. The Wolverines entered yesterday's opening round of the Big Ten Playoffs as heavy favorites, but quickly saw their 24-game w...…

May 18, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 7) • Page Image 1

…7iE £idbi:a iailjj Ninety-four years of editorialfreedom Ann Arbor, Michigan - Friday, May 18, 1984 Vol. XCIV, No. 7-S Copyright 1984 Fifteen Cents Sixteen Pages DOUG McMAHON/Daily The dignitaries taking part in the ground breaking ceremony for the new engineering building yesterday included, from left to right, Regent Sarah Power, Regent Gerald Dunn, University President Harold Shapiro, Gov. James Blanchard, Regent Thomas Roach, Regent ...…

May 18, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 7) • Page Image 2

…Page'2 - The Michigan Daily- Friday, May 18, 1984 Trotter House seeks new director By MARLA GOLD Trotter House, the University's multi-cultural student center, has gone through some troubled times in the past few years and may be headed that way again. For the second time in the last year, Trot- ter House may be without a director. Last January, Michael Swanigan, a Project Com- munity staff member, was appointed acting director of the center....…

May 18, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 7) • Page Image 3

…The Michigan Daily - Friday, May 18 1984-- Page 3 SECOND FRONT PAGE Proposed defense lab draws publie criticism By GEORGEA KOVANIS and PETE WILLIAMS The possibility of a Department of Defense software institute being built in Ann Arbor drew criticism from mem- bers of the community, faculty and student body yesterday at the monthly meeting of the University regents. At the public comments session at the end of the meeting, speakers voiced the...…

May 18, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 7) • Page Image 4

…I Page 4 -The Michigan Daily-- Friday; Ma 91§64, House rejects new nerve gas spending plan From The Associated Press must develop a modern - and safer WASHINGTON (AP) - The House, deterrant. rejecting President Reagan's claim REP. WILLIAM Dickinson, (R-Ala.), that "it is absolutely essential that we ranking GOP member of the Armed act now" to resume the manufacture of Services Committee, read the House a chemical weapons, voted 247-179 letter...…

May 18, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 7) • Page Image 5

…N er dThe Miihiggi cDaily- Frikioy, May 18, 194 -- Page 5 Ne-igh'bo'qrs discuss shelter rules if they leave after signing in for the night they will not , By MICHAEL BEAUDOIN be allowed to return, said Shelter Association nment," said Dave Crary, chairman of the The city's new shelter for the homeless will initially President Paul Brown. association's steering committee. be open from 8:30 p.m. to 7 a.m., but organizers said Two volunteers will...…

May 18, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 7) • Page Image 6

…4 OPINION Friday, May 18, 1984 Page 6 The MiL-igan Daily Homeless deserved better 4 By Eric Mattson Gail is in her thirties, pregnant, and homeless. She was hanging out at the Daily for most of the day, and now, late at night, she joined me and another reporter upstairs. She asked if we had any cigarettes, and when we said we didn't, she picked up a butt from the floor and smoked it. Gail wasn't very talkative; she just mumbled to hersel...…

May 18, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 7) • Page Image 7

…Proposed defense department " lab draws criticism Continued from Page 3) - a status quo that might itself harbor forces which, for all we know, could bring about some things we most want to avoid," Huntington said. "HOW DOES development of weapons software' advance the quest for truth and wisdom?" he asked. But in a separate interview, Bill Lucas, director of Ann Arbor's High- technology Task Force, said the University's role will be very in- ...…

May 18, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 7) • Page Image 8

…ARTS The Michigan Daily Friday, May 18, 1984 Page 8 L A U R I E .a z 0 O 0 d 0 A N D E R S 0 By Byron L. Bull L AURIE ANDERSON'S performance at the Michigan Theater on Wednesday night is a hard one to categorize. It wasn't a performance so much as a dozen mini-performances in various genres and media, knitted together on a stage. There were elements of a concert, stand-up comed- cy, avant-garde theater, film, and even d...…

May 18, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 7) • Page Image 9

…McDonald's of filmland comes The Michigan Daily - Friday, May 18, 1984 - Page 9 SP°R subscribe z now! N jrcall 764-0558 up with By Larry Dean P OOR STEPHEN King! In his ambition to become the Mc- Donald's of modern literature, he's had to suffer the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune by being the most- filmed author of the last year. With the recently-released Children of the Corn, culled from his short-story collection Night Shift, the...…

May 18, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 7) • Page Image 10

…0 Page10 The ichiahl'dily- Fridoj M 4 byri King finds the beef (Continued from Page:57 Lester's style is not at all flashy, yet he Sam lackey in his role as head of The displays a knack for concise Shop. Always a fine screen presence, storytelling. Firestarter requires a cer- Sheen brings an admirable degree of tain amount of juxtaposition between believability to the pedantic supervisor, important scenes, and he does this Hollister. without ...…

May 18, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 7) • Page Image 11

…The ,ipig P9 ,ilyF-, idayJ,, yJ,$-9a4 Pagp l a Blanchard breaks ground for building (Continued from Page 1) building. "It will be a major space for breaking ceremony or the field of students and faculty, not just from engineering. The pamphlet stated that engineering, to interact," added Car- the group was protesting the trend dona. toward militarism within the "It's been a long time coming," said engineering school. engineering Prof. Kensall ...…

May 18, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 7) • Page Image 12

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May 18, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 7) • Page Image 13

…Continued from Preceding Page 526 Packard At Hill St. Large 2 bedroom apartments available for Fall. Parking, laundry, modern building. Near Law, Business schools and tiag. Modern Management. 668-6906 or 663-3641. cCtc FALL - 1 bedroom apartment. Parking. Next to campus. Furnished. $375/month. Evenings. 996-1833. 37C0520 SUMMER SUBLET - Furnished 1 bedroom apart- ment. Parking. Next to campus. Fall option. Price negotiable. Call 996-1833 even...…

May 18, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 7) • Page Image 14

…I Page 1- he .ichigarDaIly FridaysMay1A8, 1984 Hayward:One MVP who really By PAUL HELGREN If there is a most valuable player on the Michigan baseball team, it is Ken Hayward. Oh, sure coach Bud Middaugh diplomatically said that his cleanup hit- ter and relief ace was only "one of several players" in the running for the award. But there was never really any doubt. Hayward's teammates honored him as the club's MVP at Tuesday's annual baseball ...…

May 18, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 7) • Page Image 15

…Assistant hockey coach Mark Miller (left) and Athletic Director Don Canham flank Michigan's new head hockey coach Red Berenson during yesterday's press conference in the 'M' Club Room. Berenson was an All-American forward at Michigan in 1961 and '62 and then went on to play 16 years in the NHL. Berenson back with Blue (Continued fromPage1) again. I wasn't planning to leave until this came recent years. up," said Berenson. "It just came down to...…

May 18, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 7) • Page Image 16

…The N SPORTS tichigan Daily Friday, May 18, 1984 BA TSMEN FACE NU IN PLAYOFF OPENER 'M' set for baseball showdown Page 16 I By ROB POLLARD Two perennial Big Ten powerhouses, a time bomb and a new kid on the block. That's the best way to describe the field for the Big Ten baseball tour- nament, which begins today in Min- neapolis. THE POWERHOUSES are Michigan and host Minnesota. The time bomb is explosive Michigan State and the newcomer is...…

May 18, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 10) • Page Image 1

…The MichiganDaily, iC 1anI1al Vol. XCII, No. lOS Ann Arbor, Michigan-Tuesday, May 18, 1982 Ten Cents Sixteen Pages ATHLETES TREATED LIKE OTHER STUDENTS 'U' says rules aren't bent By BILL SPINDLE ter publication of the article that his department uses missions, said the physical education depart In the aftermath of the Daily's disclosure of several the same admissions criteria for athletes as it does "has become a depository for athletes ... a...…

May 18, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 10) • Page Image 2

…Page 2-Tuesday, May 18, 1982-The Michigan Daily Massive search ends in capture ofPolishbandit WARSAW, Poland (UPI) - A Robin Hood-type bandit .wanted for murder and terrorizing local officials was wounded and captured by police who tracked him down in one of Poland's most massive manhunts in years, of- ficials said yesterday. Newspaper accounts said the bandit, identified only as Jozef K., was shot in the arm and head during a weekend police ...…

May 18, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 10) • Page Image 3

…The Michigan Daily-Tuesday, May 18, 1982-Page 3 MICHIGAN TO LEAD THE PACK Official outlines hi-tec By CHRIS SALATA Michigan will be on "the leading edge" of the new wave of technological advancement, the director of the state'a Office of Economic Development said Saturday. Addressing a select group of about 150 business people and financial investors at the University's Track and Tennis building, Albert Bogdan keynoted the first annual Michi...…

May 18, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 10) • Page Image 4

…Page 4-Tuesday, May 18, 1982-The Michigan Daily Supreme Court ruling extends sex bias laws WASHINGTON (UPI)- In a big boost for women fighting sex bias in education, the Supreme Court ruled 6-3 yesterday , that a key anti- discrimination law protects not only students but also teachers and other employees. The justices upheld a lower court fin- ding that Title IX-one of the most im- portant federal tools to combat sex discrimination in educat...…

May 18, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 10) • Page Image 5

…The Michigan Doily-Tuesday, May 18, 1982--Page 5 poily Photo by DEBORAH LEWIS A GRADUATING LAW student waits serenely--even on crutches-for the Law School graduation ceremony to end Satur- day. C oleman addresses law grads Pupil sues Princeton; plagiansm penalty 'too severe' PRINCETON, N.J. (AP)- A Prin- ceton University senior disciplined. for alleged plagiarism in a term paper is suing the university, saying her punishment was too severe. ...…

May 18, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 10) • Page Image 6

…a Opinion Page 6 The Michigan Daily Vol. XCII, No. 10S Ninety Years of Editorial Freedom Edited and managed by students at the University of Michigan Investment loss in apartheid T HE STUBBORN refusal of the University Regents to sell off all its investments in companies which do business in South Africa has long been a sore point for those who argue that such investments are unworthy of an in- stitution of higher learning. Despite the years...…

May 18, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 10) • Page Image 7

…Arts The Michigan Daily Tuesday, May 18, 1982 Page 7 3-D gets the best of 'Parasite' Hitchcock's classic Dial 'M' for Ray Milland's apartment. foremost, a good movie. Parasite can't By Richard Campbell Murder was originally filmed in 3-D, Band not only commits the grievous pass that test. With its cardboard but instead of beating an audience over sin of letting 3-Dltechnology overwhelm characters and insipid action the film OST OF YOU have...…

May 18, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 10) • Page Image 8

…Page 8-Tuesday, May 18, 1982-The Michigan Daily Edlich creates art that (ContinuedfromPage7) selves with some aspect of fruitful tension that exists between two simultaneity. With Picasso the viewer modalities. One mode is exemplified by perceives many perspectives at once Picasso's Cubist works in which objects from the outside. With Matisse the ex- supposedly in the same time/space perience is an intuition, or "the sym- frame each have as Ru...…

May 18, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 10) • Page Image 9

…)aily-Tuesday, May 18, 1982-Page 9 New blood substitute developed by Army physicians SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) - Army doctors have developed a blood sub- stitute made from chemically-altered hemoglobin that may eliminate the need for hospitals to stockpile blood for emergency transfusions - or, in time at all - researchers said yesterday. UNLIKE A blood substitute recently developed in Japan, the Army's hemoglobin-derived solution remains highly sta...…

May 18, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 10) • Page Image 10

…Page 10-Tuesday, May 18, 1982-The Michigan Daily MORE STRINGENT NCAA REQUIREMENTS? Academic standards face revision 40 By BILL SPINDLE A group of college administrators and athletic officials, including University Athletic Director Don Canham, agreed last week on a set of proposals to raise the academic requirements for the ac- ceptance of athletes to the nation's biggest schools. The group, which met at the Univer- sity of Georgia campus, w...…

May 18, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 10) • Page Image 11

…The Michigan Daily-Tuesday, May 18, 1982-Page 11 Will Ron run? It's in the beans O a Y i 1 i in /Z r , WASHINGTON (AP) - At a recent Washington cocktail party, each of the 70 guest$ was handed a red jellybean. and asked to deposit in in one of two glass jars. One jar was labeled "He Runs," the other, "He Runs Not." No one needed further explanation. For one of the hottest guessing games in town is whether Ronald Reagan will seek another term...…

May 18, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 10) • Page Image 12

…Page 12-Tuesday, May 18, 1982-The Michigan Daily a S 1 1 '1!i U THE FIRST FUTUISTIC RUTH OC O MONSTER MOVIE IN 3-D' Hagr s YMude THE FIRST FUTURISTIC R OGOODON ~ " ; _ { i - -w- 1 . F-77 11 1 -r-4- - * ztlzizztI..z If you find your name in nodays MICHIGAN DAILY classified pdge YOU WIN TWO FREE TICKETS na any ane of STATE 1-2.3-4 MIDNIGHT MOVIES ' -, 1 C7 "American ' Ricerd Pyor Pie' LIVE xxx IN CONCERT , 1 *. f - lu , f . +-...…

May 18, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 10) • Page Image 13

…The Michigan Daily-Tuesday, May 18, 1982-Page 13 -THE FIR ST FUTURISTIC EOTIIGORDON MONSTER MOVIE IN 3-D If you find your M aldname in today's Ma ud-E MICHIGAN DAILY His Hangups Are Hilarious! dlassified page YOU WIN Rkg I TWO FREE TICKETS American RcadPpo LIE to any one of . -C C STATE 1-2-3-4 -XXX NCNCERT MIDNIGHT MOVIES (Continuedfrom Page 12) 5 BEDROOM FURNISHED house near campus. Fireplace, washer & dryer, parking. Lease thru next Apri...…

May 18, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 10) • Page Image 14

…Page 14-Tuesday, May 18, 1982-The Michigan Daily 4 Golfers stumble to ninth By BUDDY MOOREHOUSE After three rounds of last week's Big Ten golf tournament in West Lafayette, the Michigan squad was sitting in sixth place - a good showing by a team that didn't figure to threaten for any of the top spots intheconference. It was unfortunate for the Wolverines that the tourney had another round to go. FOR IN THE fourth round, Michigan fell from s...…

May 18, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 10) • Page Image 15

…The Michigan Qoily-Tuesday, May 18, 1982-Page15 Women tracksters take second By RON POLLACK Don't let Michigan State's 10 point victory over second-place Michigan fool, you, the Wolverine women tracksters came within an eyelash of winning the Big Ten Championships this weekend at Cham- paign, Illinoia. "We had a bad break when we were in first place in the sprint medley relay and ran out of our own lane and were disqualified," said Michigan h...…

May 18, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 10) • Page Image 16

…Sports 4 Page 16 Tuesday, May 18, 1982 The Michigan Daily Michigan ties for Big Ten East title by sweeping Michigan State 4 By JOE CHAPELLE The Blue nine finished its winningest season ever Sunday, taking up two more wins and completing a series sweep against Michigan State to clinch a tie for the Big Ten East Division top spot and advance to the Big Ten cham- pionship tournament which will begin in Champaign this Friday. Michigan uppe...…

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