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September 20, 1984 (vol. 95, iss. 13) • Page Image 1

…Student leaders spark code opposition By ERIC MATTSON Second in a series When administrators proposed a student code 6f nonacademic conduct, for the first time in several years they provided students with an issue that is almost entirely their own. It doesn't carry the moral and ethical questions which drove the debate several years ago over the University's financial interests in South Africa, but which also were far-removed from the averag...…

September 20, 1984 (vol. 95, iss. 13) • Page Image 2

…I Page 2- The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 20, 1984 Student leaders fight 'U' code (Continued from Page 1) IN BRIEF Compiled from Associated Press and United Press International reports BUT PERHAPS the most formidable task facing students opposed to the code is preserving the little direct control over the code which they possess. So far, the key to effective student opposition has rested or Regents' Bylaw 7.02, which states that M...…

September 20, 1984 (vol. 95, iss. 13) • Page Image 3

…The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 20, 1984 - Page 3 'U' conducts top political polls By DAVID KLAPMAN When the nation's eyes focus on the presidential election, University researchers zoom in on the voters. Since 1952, researchers at the University's Institute for Social Research have conducted the National Election Study, a survey which is highly regarded by both political scien- tists and campaign coordinators. THE SURVEY PROVIDES...…

September 20, 1984 (vol. 95, iss. 13) • Page Image 4

…4 OPINION Page 4 Thursday, September 20, 1984 The Michigan Daily . .... . ............. . . -- - Denison University's loveable leader By Joe Kraus Denison University is a small liberal arts college in Granville, Ohio about 30 miles east of Columbus. It is a well- respected school, but it seldom draws much attention to itself. Its faculty is well-respected, with a number of professors publishing regularly. ITS FOOTBALL team is traditio...…

September 20, 1984 (vol. 95, iss. 13) • Page Image 5

…The Michigan Daily Claudia Sc to bring un folk to tow, B A d . performers w ByiAnuy Weine peal to folk O NE SURE sign of an improving musicality, S performer is a continUing need for yrical abil ti] larger and larger halls to play in. But her ap Whether it is because of an increasing dividual listen . interest in folk music, or that Claudia is a deft fol Schmidt somehow has improved, her master of st musicianship, the fact is that she has moun...…

September 20, 1984 (vol. 95, iss. 13) • Page Image 6

…FOR SALE FOR SALE: '73 Cougar convertible. 351 V-8, great condition. Must sell! 668-7867. 07B0921 IS IT TRUE you can buy jeeps for $44 through the U.S. government? Get the facts today! Call 1-312-742- 1142 Ext. 1137-A. 71B1009 THE DETROIT SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA is of- fering students subscriptions tickets for 50% off the regular subscription price. That is $25 for 6 concerts or $8 for 3 concerts. Tickets will be sold on a first come first serve ba...…

September 20, 1984 (vol. 95, iss. 13) • Page Image 7

…M Rugby Club v. Louisville Saturday at 1:00 p.m. Mitchell Field SPORTS Michigan Hall of Honor Banquet September 21, 5:30 p.m. Crisler Arena for tickets, call 763-6870 Page 7 The Michigan Daily Thursday, September 20, 1984 ON WISCONSIN 'Crazylegs' badgered By CHRIS GERBASI Still "Crazy" after all these years. To his friends, that's what Elroy Hir- sch is: The former Wisconsin football star is better known and still known as "Crazylegs...…

September 20, 1984 (vol. 95, iss. 13) • Page Image 8

…Page 8 - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 20, 1984 MAJOR LEAGUE ROUNDUP Cubs slammed by Pena CHICAGO (AP)-Tony Pena hit a grand slam homer to highlight Pit- tsburgh's six-run sixth inning and Johnny Ray knocked in the winning run for the second day in a row as the last- place Pirates routed the Chicago Cubs 11-6 yesterday. It was the National League East- leading Cubs' third loss in a row and second straight to Pittsburgh. Despite th...…

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