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March 02, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 117) • Page Image 11

…The Michigan Daily-Tuesday, March 2, 1982-Page 11 Club Sports Roundup CROSS CO UNTR Y SKIING With no more collegiate races on their schedule, three Michigan Club skiers decided to trek up to the Great White North for the Charlevoix Win- dmill Farms Cross Country Ski Race. Marc Gallin, Mike Muha, and Samuel James certainly knew the easiest Way to go as they each placed in the races. In the two-kilometer event Muha finished fourth overall and ...…

March 02, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 101) • Page Image 11

…Men's Basketball vs. Northwestern Wednesday, 8 p.m. Crisler Arena SPORTS Indoor Track Silverston Invitational Saturday Track and Tennis Building The Michigan Daily Wednesday, March 2, 1988 Page 1I Michigan AD picture appears blurry (Continued from Page 1) athletic department's unanimous support of football coach Bo Schem- bechler, who turned down the job of athletic director on Monday because he would have had to give up coach- ing....…

March 02, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 119) • Page Image 11

…. r .V ;_ CV WL r..~' ..*.. ........ . x .Y:Y::' :i.*;?..YFY:?f. :? .... .. No tall tales Giant Steps By Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Peter Knobler Bantam Books pp. 324, $14.95 W HEN I WAS assigned to review the autobiography of Kareem Ab- dul-Jabber, I was expecting the typical sports biography, written either to make the necessary amount of money needed to ease the star's retirement or a boring, unimaginative and usually arrogant account of ...…

March 02, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 102) • Page Image 11

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March 02, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 117) • Page Image 12

…4 Page 12-Tuesday, March 2, 1982-The Michigan Daily /l 4 17 r 4 4 I TH AEEDN DE LB S IN STOWN! SIMON AND GAR FUNKEL The Concert In Central Park ON SALE NOW!! SISTER, SLEDGE R2& tbeW ' i All SINGLE ALBUMS THE B-52's Mesopotamia M h 2 Includes Cake S 't~Throw That Beat In The Garbage Can 0 c . 'b Deep P p J r Sleep o.wo SPECIALLY PRICED 4 IN THE STORE! ! (All A-B-C Sticker Albums) 549 REACH LEE RITENOUR RIO SPECIALLY PRICED 2-A...…

March 02, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 101) • Page Image 12

…Page 12-The Michigan Daily-Wednesday, March 2, 1988 It's time to change, M' to rearrange By SCOTT SHAFFER Bill Frieder has made up his mind. It's time for a change. Michigan's head coach will place a wake-up call to his team in the form of major lineup changes against Northwestern (7-17, 2-12 in' the Big Ten) tonight in Crisler Arena at 8 p.m. He is hoping the tenth-ranked Wolverines will arouse from their recent slumber in time for the...…

March 02, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 119) • Page Image 12

… 0 w w lw rn W IGe +'-:::::. *.v .*. xv,."i: *. ::: *..'..:: ... ....... .: ..x , r::. r:.:. ' .**.*.* . .*w.::..*:. *. COVER STORY Winners Page 1 This week's cover story won first-place in the 1983 LSA Student Government essay contest on the value of a liberal arts education. LSA Senior Kent Grayson received $200 for his fictional essay, entitled Mike's Beard, about a calculus teaching assistant who dares to mix Shakespeare's poetry wi...…

March 02, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 102) • Page Image 12

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March 02, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 119) • Page Image 13

…w w w w VV Beards from Page 1 pensity for both mathematics and English. He eventually chose a mathematics concentration, but pot before taking a heavy dose of English courses. Mike's most noteworthy accomplish- ment as an undergraduate was using a radical line of thought to reduce a previously inviolate proof from nine steps to eight. His second greatest accomplish- ment was the cultivation of an extraor- dinary beard; he seemed to ha*e been ...…

March 02, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 102) • Page Image 13

…9 "a 1a Ii Ii it I . Ii Ii "a Ia I IjkstANY 12 ALI3US ROI "M C adln PLUS A CHANCE TO GET 2 MORE FREE as outlined in this advertisement Columbia Record & Tape Club, 1400 N. Fruitridge Send my selections in this type of recording (be sure to check one): P.O. Box 1130, Terre Haute, Ind. 47811 0 Tape Cassettes 0 Records 0 8-Track Cartridges I am enclosing check or money order for $1.86 My main musical interest is (check one): (that's 10~ for my 1...…

March 02, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 119) • Page Image 14

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March 02, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 102) • Page Image 14

…Columbia Record & Tape Club, P.O. Box 1130, Terre Haute, IN 47811 Yes, I'd like to "try out" the Club. I'm enclosing check or money order for $1.00 (that's 14 for my 6 introductory selections, plus 994 for shipping and handling). Please accept my tnal-membership application under the terms outlined at the right. I agree to buy four more selections (at regular Club prices) during the coming three years-and I may cancel my membership at any time...…

March 02, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 119) • Page Image 15

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March 02, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 102) • Page Image 15

…m is a case in point. For w would have thought his most reckless, least calcu- lated, most anarchic, least sensible in- vention-the Monkees-might also prove to be his most profitable venture in show business? In re-runs now, those '60s programs account for some of Ra- felson's liberty to go off to Africa or South America on research trips that haven't so far come together as packages. He was also a key element in the 1968 founding of BBS (for...…

March 02, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 119) • Page Image 16

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March 02, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 102) • Page Image 16

…m AL Am ,ML Amb, Adbk w w 0 Thne world is waiting. Be an exchange studenit. Step into an adventure filled with oppor- tunities and challenges. For many Americans, that adventure remains the most incredible experience of their lives. An experience rich in lifelong friendships and memories. As part of International Youth Exchange, a Presidential Initiative for peace, you travel to another country Live abroad with your new host family Learn ...…

March 02, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 102) • Page Image 17

… view. It came basicallyTwrough Sean. Q. Do young actors come to you for advice? A. Sometimes-and I find this amus- ing-I hear things like, "They're so im- pressed that you're here." I find it so bizarre, I can't connect with it. I see a lot of good actors around. Daniel Roebuck from River's Edge is a good actor, and he's only 22. We had a great time. I liked River's Edge a lot. I don't want to give a rating to the films we've discussed, but I...…

March 02, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 119) • Page Image 18

…Ford Escort Diesel: Better mileage than this leading import. We didn't believe it at first, either. But EPA testing figures established it. Our new Escort Diesel is rated approximately four miles per gallon higher than a Honda 750. Just take a look at our numbers: EPA And because 46 EST. this diesel is MPG. an Escort, 68 HY. there's a lot 1VV more to talk about than great economy. Like the fact that Escort's the best-selling car in the world....…

March 02, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 102) • Page Image 18

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March 02, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 119) • Page Image 19

…Newsweek MY TURN OnCampus You Can Go Home Again By DAVID HANDELMAN Bernard Gotfryd-NEWSWEEK 0 a 0 i CONTENTS MARCH 1984 You can't go home again." That's what they say. Yet after a postgraduation summer bumming around Europe, I woke up one night having no idea where I was, slowly realizing as my eyes focused that I was back in the bedroom of my childhood. Unemployed. Undecided. Home. While comforted by the knowledge that many other recen...…

March 02, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 102) • Page Image 19

…V VV V is evidence of someboconsumed by art. Paintings and postcards broadcast modern messages on every wall. Even the closets are lined with his photo- graphs of artists. Up in the highest cor- ner of the ceiling, hanging on a little stage, are three papier-mach6 skeletons from Mexico's Day of the Dead cele- bration, engaged in swordplay. The liv- ing room is dominated by a 15-foot- high painting by Chuck Arnoldi, laminated wood splashed wi...…

March 02, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 119) • Page Image 20

… 0 0 MEDICINE Newsweek OnCamuusN OvrcomingDyslexia A misunderstood disorder frustrates its victims, but new programs help them continue their education. D ebra Schulze, a 26-year-old engi- were administered, 80 percent of them to neering student at Hunter College, the learning disabled. has spent more than two years in Colleges do give allowances for certified therapy. She now feels in control of her life, learning disabilities when making...…

March 02, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 102) • Page Image 20

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March 02, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 119) • Page Image 21

…0 0 0 C L A S S I F I E D S LETTERS Newsweek OnCampus Campus stereo sales represen- tatives needed. Terrific earnings potential. Dealer catalog $3.00 SVC.REP 85 Columbus Avenue, Pleasantville, NY 10570 MEET FRIENDS NATION- WIDE-For hobbies, sports, vacations...Write Electronic Exchange, Box 68-N6, Manhat- tan Beach, CA 90266 ORIGINAL MOVIE POSTERS! WINTER/SPRING CATALOG $2.00 (REFUNDABLE). POSTER GALLERY, P.O. BOX 2745-DEPT. 14-ANN ARB...…

March 02, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 102) • Page Image 21

… the hopped-up psychopath in Blue Vel- vet. Lynch just assumed that Hopper was still, you know, Hopper. Still clutching the gun under his pillow. The public doesn't know what to think either. This is the former juvenile actor from the '50s who was black- balled from movies, then made a come- back and a fortune directing and co- starring in Easy Rider, right after which he went to Peru to make The Last Movie, with peyote stoking the fires and e...…

March 02, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 119) • Page Image 22

…Newsweek CAREERS OnCampus The High- Tech Pa iff As machines replace many routine jobs, new worlds will open for people who think. he future used to look like a pretty jobs for the '90s will require college gradu- this June (and maybe double that number *good place to be. A now-forgotten ates who display not only technical mas- in 1990); L TV Aerospace and Defense Co. writer named W. Parker Chase tery, but the ability to think and manage will v...…

March 02, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 102) • Page Image 22

…V V DENNIS THE MENACE Continued from page 8 He had seen the stunt done once when he was a child. Someone sur- rounded by dynamite would be in a safe vacuum, was the reasoning, as if in the eye of a hurricane. If as many as three sticks did not explode, however, it would be fatal. Hopper had heard the stunt was used after the Russian Revo- lution by Bolsheviks who wanted to cer- emoniously "execute" noblemen whom they really wanted to save. In...…

March 02, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 119) • Page Image 23

…-y_ LIFE/STYLE ble. So you can sing your rugby songs, you can do your home- work, you can do anything here." Firm but fair, that's the Oasis. Its bartenders are well known for being the toughest "carders" around. On the other hand, when a junior or sen- ior turns 21, legal drinking age in California, the O staff is among the first to offer its con- gratulations . . . with a free pitcher of beer. WILLIAM ELLIS III mind if customers stretch o...…

March 02, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 102) • Page Image 23

…OEL AND ETI IAN GREap in Minne- Japolis worshipping Hollywood movies and even making their own versions of films they'd seen on tele- vision (their two most successful re- makes were Advise and Consent and The Naked Prey). In the mid-'70s, Joel enrolled at NYU Film School ("be- cause none of the others would accept my late application"), while the more introspective Ethan studied philosophy at Princeton. In college they wrote a couple of scrip...…

March 02, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 119) • Page Image 24

… te_ 1 _ . -+ . i_._ti _. 0 Newsweek OnCampus } 1 1 e I I I CAREERS LIFE/STYLE Thel1w fige of thl iiBd While Americans ponder how much technology will change the work place of the near future, another factor-a non- technological one-promises to have as stunning an effect on the job market: the graying of America. More than 1,600 peo- ple turn 65 every day and by the year 2035 the number of people over 65 is expected to double. "There w...…

March 02, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 102) • Page Image 24

… EXTIRESW' LOW WIDE; SHOT Locked down to the speeding bike, shown rushing toward the rear of Na- than Jr's car seat. With a clank of chains, Lenny's hand drops down into frame, palm forward, tensing to scoop up the car seat, which we are almost upon. A tattoo on Lenny's wrist reads: "No Prisoners." THUS BEGINS A KEY scene in Raising Arizona, a warp- speed, redneck comedy that may very well become the sleeper hit of the spring. In the film, am...…

March 02, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 119) • Page Image 25

…0 0 A Home Away romDorm Every college has a hangout-a place where you can eat, drink, talk, study or cry. college without a good hangout is right, a student can count on being left other college memories have faded. If the like a ship without a lifeboat. A alone when he wants to be, or fussed over place has closed, their grief becomes al- hangout is a place where a student when he needs that. Also, there's food. A most unbearable. Listen t...…

March 02, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 102) • Page Image 25

… I mwJJ W< y O m m 0 "A' Cn 0 - Cn1c Cb1 CD m III Mm 11111 ii 4111 Photogra~pher 84ss $1194 91111 12 is $2400 414nti4121 s $990 1rgani Gar11ni14 19ye41 $12.91 4u11o 12 is $19 94 019441r Life 1 a $1394 Basebal Digest 10 is $1250 1194si 12 $ 1490 Basketball44 Diet 8is $ 999 Paet 191 $er 1800 Bette419mes4&46 1 yea1 $19 94111 Petoue 41 $ea 969901 4414$in 8$s $1218 Photographic 14441a $94 641 & 91441r 1 9441 $1698 Playboy9 194ea $2400 Changi4 Tim...…

March 02, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 119) • Page Image 26

… @1 K. -1 0_ CAREERS i 1 --- Too iMeangj Profession6Iase Legal, medical and business degrees once were golden passkeys. Now they are losing some of their luster. nee upon a time, the letters J.D., tion and federal cutbacks have also created O1 M.D. and M.B.A. seemed to spell a glut of lawyers in Washington, D.C. In the "guaranteed jobs." A diploma three highest-paid business fields-man- from law, medical or business school was a agement ...…

March 02, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 102) • Page Image 26

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March 02, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 119) • Page Image 27

…0 iNOPSTAGE ALL YOU WANT IF MAILED T IN THET KNOW UNITED STATES I. BUSINESS REPLY CARD FIRST CLASS PERMIT NO. 250 LIVINGSTON, NJ. POSTAGE WILL BE PAID BY ADDRESSEE NEWWE 0M C PU THE NEWSWEEK BUILDING BOX 414 LIVINGSTON, N.J. 07039 I11iii I BUSINESS REPLY CARD FIRST CLASS PERMIT NO. 250 LVINGSTON, NJ. POSTAGE WILL BE PAID BY ADDRESSEE NWSW P THE NEWSWEEK BUILDING BOX 414 LIVINGSTON, NJ. 07039 BUSINESS REPLY CARD FIRST CLASS PERMIT NO.250 ...…

March 02, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 119) • Page Image 29

…MUSIC - OnCampus Triumph of the 'New' By JIM SULLIVAN __ - O- 1f' I.jb The year 1983 will be remembered as the time the rock and roll tide finally turned. Actually, "turned" might be too mild a word for what has happened over the past 18 months. Last year American rock and roll fans embraced a brave new world of pop called New Music, and this commercial and cultural tidal wave crumbled the sea wall of stodgy mainstream rock. A new crop of...…

March 02, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 119) • Page Image 30

… 0 POPULAR {WITH THE STU ENT BODI ES. EnglishLeathier After shave, cologne and toiletries for men. Make them part of your day, every day. English Leather Drives Women Crazy AMERICA'S BEST KEPT SECRET: WHAT'S ON THE PAYCHECK? Underpaid? Want to know where the money is? Or where the jobs are? How much you should be making? In Dallas, Seattle or A Washington? Now, salaries are secret no more. Because The , American Almanac of Jobs and Salaries...…

March 02, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 119) • Page Image 31

…F U Pallottine FATHERS & BRO1THERS SINC E 1835 The Pa ottine Fathers &Brothers- A group of men dedicated to the general increase, defense and propagation of faith and charity. / Pa 1ottine -'Fathers & Brothers P.O. BOX 1838, P.G. PLAA I HYA T5VILLE, MD 20788 Please sendinforation I I about the PllottineI I Q Priesthood 0 Brotherhood 9o I Name I Address I city State/Ap I Phone Age- NATIONAL Mondale receiving birthday cake at Alabama: The cand...…

March 02, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 119) • Page Image 32

… CAREERS 0 dawn to sign up for interviews with particu- larly desirable employers. Craig Seitel, a senior economics major at Minnesota, re- cently managed to make the lists by arriving at the guidance center at 6 a.m.-and count- ed himself lucky: "I know a couple of really sharp guys who didn't get interviews be- cause they were all filled up. They have only 12 spots per company." growing number of universities are switching to a "bid syste...…

March 02, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 119) • Page Image 33

…NATIONAL AFFAIRS Newsweek OnCampus The New Political Realists While most students ignore Campaign '84, the dedicated learn their lessons. L ong beforehetrooped toNew Hamp- dents is taking a pass on politics, a signifi- organization has more than doubled, from shire in early January to campaign cant minority is working hard. While this 50,000to 125,000,infouryears. (TheDemo- for Gary Hart, political-science ma- year's campus campaigners may ...…

March 02, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 119) • Page Image 34

… Here's your chance to find out what our policy makers know about this year's major foreign policy issues... and to tell them what you would do if the decisions were in your hands. Great Decisions '84 is a lively briefing that lets you be a political insider. Pub- lished by the Foreign Policy Association, a nonpartisan educational organization, this booklet gives you unique insight into this year's most important issues. You'll learn about U.S...…

March 02, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 119) • Page Image 35

…MULTIPLE CHOICE Princeton Talks, America Listens 0 0 i CAREERS I i This year, as it celebrates its 10th anniver- sary by donating its tape archives to the Museum of Broadcasting in New York City, "American Focus" claims the biggest audience (2 million-3 million) and widest network (more than 400 stations) of any public-affairs interview-and-discussion se- ries on radio. Its guests have included Sen. William Proxmire (who called it "rele...…

March 02, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 119) • Page Image 36

…00 Newsweek MULTIPLE CHOICE OnCampus i f f f oup ks They'd Sooner Smoke a Clove Strange, the things a school term can be remembered for. At Oklahoma, late 1983 became the Season of the Clove as a sud- den and seemingly insatiable demand for imported clove cigarettes competed for at- tention with the Sooner football team on the Norman campus. Everyone from greeks to New Wavers was smoking them-at parties, at meals, in the libraries ("I've got...…

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