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October 23, 1987 (vol. 98, iss. 32) • Page Image 14

…LJ w ~w-ww 'W -W 1w 'wr pibees' that hold up for a while as opposed to fun little pieces that you can only wear a very short while." Use your originality, buy a few wool and cotton seperates, and mix and match to your heart's content. "People don't want outfits as much as they like to intermix styles," said Ang Bivc fashi else? Fashion trends come and go By ALYSSA LUSTIGMAN Here's the Fashion - the word makes some of us cringe. Who...…

October 23, 1986 (vol. 97, iss. 36) • Page Image 14

… ered the new sound but even managed, roles. Having worked on films in both cul- n one scene, to imitate Australian costar tures leads her to muse on the comparative Bryan Brown's assumed Scottish accent. advantages of each. "In the States there are "I had the advantage," she admits. "I not political restrictions-people get a lot lidn't have to be doing it exactly right more freedom in that aspect," she says. >ecause I was mimicking him. He ha...…

October 23, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 38) • Page Image 15

…G The Michigan Daily-Friday, October 23, 1981-Page 15 NU frosh Villars hopes to lead Cats past Blue By DREW SHARP If Rodney Dangerfield should ever look for new material, his search would end with Northwestern football. It, like the comic, gets no respect. It is easy to understand why. The Wildcats are two straight losses away from matching the all-time college football record for futility - 28 consecutive setbacks. What is not so easy to und...…

October 23, 1989 (vol. 100, iss. 34) • Page Image 15

…The Michigan Daily - Sports Monday - October 23, 1989 - Page 3 &A'fo/'/ 7e/'* P/6C4 D> LehrK /4fzab McLain Talking pitching, prison and Pete Rose with baseball's last 30-game winner Richard Eisen Last week, former Tiger star was terrific when we were under Denny McLain, the last pitcher to pressure. But we had a number of win 30 games in a season, brought guys like that, Norm Cash, Kaline his radio show to the University of and Northrup...…

October 23, 1987 (vol. 98, iss. 32) • Page Image 15

…" Dl nun Ig nd Drinking w m--* i I I *Casual Dining "Homemade soups and sandwiches ® " Hot Entrees Daily 1 " Delicious Breakfasts LCARRY OUT " WARM FIREPLACE v u 09C.r% .- f...P . V Ik VV!OMI - -- ---- = <_ AIN STF .. .. ........ .. Etc Dijin Y"'~ _.......'W : _ .. __ .... . . _ _T 4 s IEET j }, ,.. I . _ KANA ' FINE KOREAN CUISINE FAMILY RESTAURANT some hot-spicy foods available Combination Dinners Luncheon Spec...…

October 23, 1986 (vol. 97, iss. 36) • Page Image 15

… 0 i TOP OF THE WEEK Singulr Actresses Two stunning debuts pair of promising actresses will make their debuts before American movie audiences this fall; each is "different" in ways that might ordinarily hinder or prevent an acting career. Marlee Matlin, who is hearing impaired, performs bril- liantly as a deaf woman in the film version of Mark Medoff's successful Broadway play, "Children of a Lesser God." Chinese actress Joan Chen has been ...…

October 23, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 38) • Page Image 16

…I Page 16-Friday, October 23, 1981-The Michigan Daily Greeks continueMud Bowl legacy U_.. Yei11a e A4othecary Daily 9-6, Closed Sundays and holidays 1112 South University 663.5533 . - -- --- -a---a - - - - I 75~ OFF PIZZA between 5:00 & 9:00 pm-Mon, Weds, Thurs, & Fri THE PIZZA WHIZ 0 inside y l-I-_V . By RANDY BERGENk With the way the Wolverines are playing, some people may be happy to hear that there is another football game going on th...…

October 23, 1989 (vol. 100, iss. 34) • Page Image 16

…Page 4 - The Michigan Daily - Sports Monday - October 23, 1989 Michigan has a pass rush that's straight out of leftfield by Adam Schrager Daily Football Writer IOWA CITY - Coming into Saturday's game against Iowa, Mike Evans and Brian Townsend weren't known to very many people outside the Wolverine football circle, including the Iowa Hawkeyes. But after Evans' two sacks and Townsend's fumble recovery, one sack, and one other tackle for a los...…

October 23, 1987 (vol. 98, iss. 32) • Page Image 16

…-1w w V w -w,- "W _w- _W 7W - - I K I Photo staff clothing: SAAtAANS HAIR AND NAIL SALON LIBERTY SQUARE 51 5 E. LIBERTY ANN ARBOR 747-7710 'IT'S PLEDGE FORMAL TIME! (left to right) 1. San Giorgio blazer,$240; and pants, $80; He'artland sweater, $84. Available at Nu Sport. 2: Malibu Design Group jacket, $125; high-neck shirt, $56; mini- skirt, $68. Available at Nu Sport. 3. Pandemonium dresss, $50. Available at Rear Ends. 4. Tony ...…

October 23, 1986 (vol. 97, iss. 36) • Page Image 16

…aying for the Big Time After 14 years on the road and thousands of club dates, Robert Cray's effort is paying off R obert Cray had thought that Portland perspective to the traditional would be the end of the road for now. blues treatment of love and its But after two weeks of traveling, per- frequent demise. "Right Next forming his smooth blend of blues and R&B Door (Because of Me)" takes in small clubs up and down the West Coast, the point of...…

October 23, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 38) • Page Image 17

….W The Michigan Daily-Friday, October 23, 1981-Page 17 - -ThL .*weekly DA.ILY*- - - SPOR TS OF THE DAILY: Thuib to sideline Nettles? ...-. LOS ANGELES (AP) - Graig Nettles, the New York Yankees' acrobatic third baseman, said yesterday he lirobably would not start the third game of the World Series at Dodger Stadium tonight because of a sprained left thumb. Nettles, who made two outstanding plays in the Yankees' 5- 3 victory over the Los An...…

October 23, 1989 (vol. 100, iss. 34) • Page Image 17

…The Michigan Daily - Sports Monday - October 23, 1989 - Page 5 MSU Illinois 14, Michigan St. 10 EAST LANSING-An MSU fumble on their own 35 with 1:41 remaining to play led to a Jeff George pass to Ventson Donelson, giving Illinois (5-1 overall, 3-0 in .the Big Ten) a 14-10 victory over the Spartans. The Spartans (2-4, 1-2) went into halftime down 7-0 after a one- yard George touchdown pass to tight end Dan Donovan with 11:55 remaining in the f...…

October 23, 1987 (vol. 98, iss. 32) • Page Image 17

…i i w w ~w Uw w . w Business staff clothing: (left to right) 1. Redwood and Ross sport coat, $150, and reverse blond pants, $39.50; Sero oxford shirt, $29.50; Polo silk tie, $38.50. Available at Redwood and Ross. 2. Nilani blouse with embroidered bows, $44; Concepts Houndstooth side-button skirt, $48; Caren Charles tailored blazer, $94; Faux pearl necklace with detatchable bow and drop pearl pendant, $15. Available at Caren Charles. Mo...…

October 23, 1986 (vol. 97, iss. 36) • Page Image 17

…The Drive to Divest I enjoyed your cover story on college divestment enormously (NATIONAL AFFAIRS). It is encouraging to see college campuses once again participating in the fight for justice and truth. I am also pleased to report that, following two weeks of active dem- onstrations and sit-ins, the trustees of the University of Wyo- ming voted to divest themselves fully of all holdings in compa- nies operating in South Africa. ROCK SCHULER Un...…

October 23, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 38) • Page Image 18

…i Page 18-Friday, October,23, 1981-The Michigan Daily 1l 'CANADIAN CONNECTION' LEADS TEAM MONDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL ON WIDE SCREEN TV 5 Special Prices on Pitchers of Beer 8:30 p.m. Mondays THE UNIVERSITY CLUB IT'S HERE FOR YOU I MICHIGAN UNION, . t MASKS, MAKE-UP, HAIR COLORING, CAPES & ROBES, COSTUME ACCESSORIES, PUNK- SUNGLASSES AND STUDDED LEATHERS GREAT SELECTION OF T-SHIRTS AND CUSTOM LETTERING FOR YOUR COSTUME. SMOKING ACCESSORIES, COMIX,...…

October 23, 1989 (vol. 100, iss. 34) • Page Image 18

…Page 6 - The Michigan Daily - Sports Monday- October 23, 1989 CHUNK LIGHT IN OIL OR WATER STAKS TUNA F wIv i 5 0 St___ 's uP Quantity rightsi E RM AR KE T reserved-not responsible for printing errors 6 1/2 OZ. CAN "LIMIT 2 PLEASE" Plymouth Road at Huron Parkway ANN ARBOR mmmmmmmia MOUNTAIN DEW, A&W, VERNORS, MONDAY-SATURDAY, SUNDAY, 9:00 8:00 AM - 10:00 PM AM - 10:00 PM SLICE, CAFFEINE FREE 761-1196 , ' J5 CG V Q 406 PE...…

October 23, 1987 (vol. 98, iss. 32) • Page Image 18

…lw qw -W -W w w IMFU LOGIE Continued from Page 16 that the given Dailyite is capable of doing better when time is available. And because we all occasionally slouch into the Daily after spending two-thirds of the night studying - with our hair akimbo, and breath reminiscent of an unclean aquarium - on any given day chances are pretty good that no matter how awful one looks, there is someone else looking at least as horrible, if not worse. T...…

October 23, 1986 (vol. 97, iss. 36) • Page Image 18

… C L A S S I F I E D S Katharine Graham, Chairman, of the Board Richard D. Simmtnos, Prestident EDITOR-IN-CRIEF: Richard M. Smrith SENIOR EOITOR/SPECIAL PROJECTS: Lynnr Povich EDITOR Jrrold K. Footlick EXECUTIVE EDITOR: LynntrLangwa'y AIRT DIRECTOR: Robert J. George STAFF EDITORS: Barbara Burgowr, , nGvens, Jean STAFF WRITER: Johnt Schwatrtz STAFF REPORTER: Connrie Leslie PICTURE EDITOR: Nia Krikellasr Buttont EDITORIAL PRODUCTION: Ute F. Lan...…

October 23, 1987 (vol. 98, iss. 32) • Page Image 19

…A w w w V W W s s w w MICHELLANY You deserve a fashion break today Score points with that sporty WttKEND/SCOTT UTUCHY SD T Dave .Siglin Ark manager talks about club's history, local club scene, and Ann Arbor audiences; "they 're great" INTERVIEW An Ann Arbor institution, the Ark has been showcasing folk and other, mostly non-commercial, music for 22 years; Dave Siglin has been the manager for the past 19. The Ark, now the country's old...…

October 23, 1986 (vol. 97, iss. 36) • Page Image 19

…0 I didn't have a vacation. I had an adventure. Remote? Try ends of the earth. New muscles. New attitude. How to look smart...Uri aiipU. Newsweek On Campus Newsweek Sweatshirt On Campus $15.95 Polo Shirt $14.95 Newsweek On Campus What can you say about rapids named Upper Disaster and Lower Disaster? ---. Companionship. Until this summer, my only experience with the wilderness was demanding to go home early from summer camp. Outward Bound...…

October 23, 1987 (vol. 98, iss. 32) • Page Image 20

…II 0o Q o c 0 0" IID 0 S. j I 4 4 D aSD - ~ r um 4 v Ipc '4rn d<~ U.- M - - - - - - C)(0q&N R -' s 0 4 Z y wmN o m - - - - M ' i 'I H- U C Z y Q O m w H til I I I I WEEKEND PHOTO/ KAREN HANDELMAN FASHIONS COORDINATED BY BECKY FOOTE 12 - - -- 1-4- a O n3 p Omi Mod o c'O c 0) CD C .cn90 o00 rm c m 01 CACA) no t~ "°:. . rw .. & .: .- M …

October 23, 1986 (vol. 97, iss. 36) • Page Image 20

…S Book in 1850. Many later stories have been simply two-voice conversations, resem- bling psychoanalytic cross talk or internal dialogue: as one of these nameless interloc- utors says, "I am a double-minded man." "Paradise" is more conventional than most of Barthelme's previous work, but no one will mistake it for some earnest novel in which "real" characters work out "real" problems in "real" settings. Barthelme's characters don't quite have...…

October 23, 1987 (vol. 98, iss. 32) • Page Image 21

…w w VWw W V w w I d :1.11 T An opposing view: fashion is f x rA Q q Q Q A U tA z 0 M w Q F . We at the Daily often whine about one form of oppression or another: racism, s e x i s m, conservatism, etc. But we hardly ever address a from of oppression that afflicts almost everyone, everyday - fashion. Since the first couple donned fig leaves, clothes and fashion have been a symbol of humanity's shame. But clothes don't grow on trees a...…

October 23, 1986 (vol. 97, iss. 36) • Page Image 21

…0 .0 B0 OKS A Lost Tourist in Paradise Simon's young models provide all the sexual pleasure he can handle, but their unstable mix of high spirits and inscrutability is discomfiting "male fantasy," and they freely criticize both Simon's politics and his sexual per- formance. These women are onto him. But they stay. But only for the time being. This paradise is really only temporary shelter, and much care is given to creature comforts: mealtim...…

October 23, 1987 (vol. 98, iss. 32) • Page Image 22

… mb. -A C J k J . ...ocus on us a 'ifr (continued from Page 8) shoulder pads (which are at least slimming down) to a narrow waist and shapely skirts or trousers. So is the key word for this season going to be diet? The new body , image, for women especially, also means focusing on legs and skirt A lines. Short. Very short. Freeze-your-butt-off short. Be brave, it is y possible to wear the style without promoting frostbite throughout they ' ...…

October 23, 1986 (vol. 97, iss. 36) • Page Image 22

… I O A KNOCKO r 4 11 J1'. Tr *1 " " " " OURSOCKSOFF AND WIN $3000. The 1987 Honeywell Futurist Awards Competition Here's your chance to stop us in our tracks: Power-up your imagination and make a 25-year leap into the future. Turn your visions into two short essays, and you could win one of ten $3000 prizes plus a Honeywell summer internship. Call toll-free 800-328-5111 (ext. 1581) for an entry form and complete rules. Or write: Honeywell ...…

October 23, 1986 (vol. 97, iss. 36) • Page Image 23

…0 0 0RM 6 . ____- _ RESUMES Charting a Smart Path A new guide from the College Board helps those who don't know what job to look for When a biology major becomes a medi- cal student or an education major becomes a teacher, it doesn't take clairvoyance to chart their career paths. But in her new book, "College to Career" (260 pages. The College Board. $9.95), Joyce Slayton Mitchell points out that more than half of all college graduates e...…

October 23, 1986 (vol. 97, iss. 36) • Page Image 24

… 0 0 9 0 0 0S A r erkeBeat10 lbsM that I Full BloomCOUS load hursday night, 11:15, and Berke Breathed has one cartoon left to go. Over the past 29 hours, without stopping to sleep, he's drawn 13 days' worth of daily "Bloom County" strips. But, wanting to ship the panels at 12:43 on a flight from Denver's Stapleton Airport, 44 miles away, he has no time to waste. Working up to the last in the country, running in 999 minute because he likes...…

October 23, 1986 (vol. 97, iss. 36) • Page Image 25

…r " "0 menial chores nor a dream job, the best pharmaceu internships offer the chance to learn a com- preciated L pany's entire operation-from the bottom pany vice p up. Jonathan Eig of Northwestern worked cause, says in the Washington bureau of the Los An- take sometf geles Times, where he both fetched medical it for comps prescriptions for reporters and wrote na- on major ac tionally syndicated articles. Still, he counts utive took I his su...…

October 23, 1986 (vol. 97, iss. 36) • Page Image 26

… Hard at work: Producing two weeks of 'Bloom County' in one marathon session- without sleep who drew "Li'l Abner," and Walt Kelly, the cre- ator of "Pogo." Interestingly, while discussing "Peanuts" at one point, Breathed mistakenly says the name of one of his characters instead of "Char- lie Brown." "Freudian slip," he mutters. Frosty feelings: Of course there's another strip to which "Bloom County" has always been compared. From the first d...…

October 23, 1986 (vol. 97, iss. 36) • Page Image 27

…U S urn a Getting comfortable with an IBM PC now can put you in a good position later. Familiarity with the IBM Personal Com- puter can give you a real advantage in school. And it can put you in good standing when you get out. Since IBM computers are widely accepted throughout the academic and professional fields, chances are you'll be seeing a lot of them. So while you may leave a lot of things be- hind when you leave school, PC know-how is...…

October 23, 1986 (vol. 97, iss. 36) • Page Image 28

…p * Autographing an Opus shirt: The characters are so realistically beguiling that half of the strip's mail comes addressed to them JODY BOYMAN strip was so popular in Austin that it was reprinted in book form. And word of this promising talent traveled all the way to the Washington Post Writ- ers Group, a top newspaper syndicate. "I was over- whelmed by his work," says Al Leeds, now Breathed's editor and sales manager for Writers Group. "H...…

October 23, 1986 (vol. 97, iss. 36) • Page Image 29

…0 11 1 BUSINESS REPLY MAIL FIRST CLASS PERMIT NO. 217 CLINTON, IOWA POSTAGE WILL BE PAID BY ADDRESSEE Reader Service Dept. P.O. Box 2762 Clinton, Iowa 52735-2762 1.1111 .1 111111.I ...1.11,,111 ,,,111 1111 I BUSINESS REPLY MAIL FIRST CLASS PERMIT NO. 217 CLINTON, IOWA POSTAGE WILL BE PAID BY ADDRESSEE * POSTAGE NECESSARY IF MAILED IN THE UNITED STATES NO POSTAGE NECESSARY IF MAILED IN THE UNITED STATES 1 1 I I I I 1 1 i 1 1 I 1 1 I I 1 1 1...…

October 23, 1986 (vol. 97, iss. 36) • Page Image 30

…II NO POSTAGE I I IIIF MAILED IN THE UNITED STATES BUSINESS REPLY MAIL ____ FIRST CLASS MAIL PERMIT NO. 250 LIVINGSTON, N.J. POSTAGE WILL BE PAIO BY ADDRESSEE The Newsweek Building P0O. Box 414 Livingston, N.J. 07039-9965 ' I lil' 11'I ~ li1 11'1 'l~ [ . I I ! 0 z 01 1 01,1 Q Q QQ. n.., . b n eet oC 17- °o cx a a. 0 i z tID yLi 0 LI 0C n n ; z o -I Li C 0 it l O C 0 da z ON Li 0 0 Pt 0. 0 A' 0 0 C O LILI 0 n Pt 0 0 Pt ...…

October 23, 1986 (vol. 97, iss. 36) • Page Image 31

… 0 0 NormalMNan Strange W it. , _ 9 11rJ r Ijust draw until I reach that one hideous moment," says Gary Larson, the creator of "The Far Side.""That's what I relate to." And these days alot of people relate to School of dVery Hard kKnocks 5 w slWest Point cadets take to the hills in summer The 60-foot balance beam shivers like a wet puppy as West Pointer Allyn Lynd PHOTOS BY SUDHia takes slow, nervous steps along its Tanks for the memories: ...…

October 23, 1986 (vol. 97, iss. 36) • Page Image 32

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October 23, 1986 (vol. 97, iss. 36) • Page Image 33

…9 .- r .: 4.J'r MRn ." e: "".) I I To A)to A LL. 000 TO PFILL0)0. BRAD S00 SLATt-)G 0000)00 00. / ES-- 5oU -T- ER iOT-0) BACK. 00000 E00P000, TO MAKE 0VS G Er0OSE00 TO MEAT OOOSESS PREPOAA7100 FOR ouR JOOoSo. LOTE O0KOIo)T TKEEP.0 0 T~O C-O LOO Tow 0)0.00 -TOEEP u OF a TO KaUCk Uap To PBtry AuntoelTo . 00 0 I'M WA ITIaG. WELL., HERE GOES. 0 e 0 Y ri I I '600* or mail to: Army National x 6000, Clifton, NJ 07015 ,! i 17171 rE/ZIP US ...…

October 23, 1986 (vol. 97, iss. 36) • Page Image 34

… 0 0 0 CS EG Disaster for higher ed? Reform would alter the status of scholarships, student loans and charitable contributions Facing a Taxing Proble The so-called "tax simplification" bill may raise some college costs and environmental-design schools are America's largest; the agriculture school is second largest. A&M has become a re- search heavyweight; its research budget tops $150 million this year. Though histori- cally weak in the h...…

October 23, 1986 (vol. 97, iss. 36) • Page Image 35

…0 0 0 PHoTroS BY WILL w Displaying the bands that tie: Loyal Ags can't buy their class rings until they complete 9 Agie re No Jok Unique Texas A&M, long the butt of Lone Star humor, builds a brainier reputation T radition holds that sometime before on here people wouldn't understand." Thanksgiving, the students of Texas Tradition holds the Aggies like a moth- A&M University will begin building er's arms or a set of shackles-depending on The...…

October 23, 1986 (vol. 97, iss. 36) • Page Image 36

…0O L0 C S SPORTS books rather than blockers. "I think it would be a good idea for all freshmen to sit out," he says. "With leaving home and ad- justing to all this work, I don't know what I'd do if I was playing football right now." G r a d e s Others, however, say their .dreams of gridiron glory have been unjustly derailed Proposition 48, the latest effort to make sure that by the new standards. Schools that offered players are 'student-athl...…

October 23, 1986 (vol. 97, iss. 36) • Page Image 37

…0 "Mostly I'm mad because it wasn't my fault," says Glonek, whose school offered the sub- ject only at an honors level. Some administrators fear that reliance on the SAT and ACT is unfair to blacks, who historically have scored poorly on standardized tests. "[Those tests] are culturally geared and racially biased," says USC bas- ketball coach George Raveling, reflecting the view of many so- ciologists. "They've been used for years to keep bla...…

October 23, 1986 (vol. 97, iss. 36) • Page Image 38

… 0 0 0 ANYTME. THE NEW DDEP ER2AMILS no private practice, a clinician who has no clinic, an untenured professor who has no ; :. academic credentials in literature, ethics , or religion-the subjects he lectures on most. Indeed, ever since he turned his back on traditional psychiatry and headed South in 1958 to observe the black children who were integrating public schools in New Orleans, Coles has ignored academic and professional conventio...…

October 23, 1986 (vol. 97, iss. 36) • Page Image 39

…The Moral Life Robert Coles Of Children Moralist at Large '< 0 0 ANYPLACE. He is a child psychia- trist with no practice, a clinician with no clinic and an untenured pro- fessor who teaches at Harvard's law, medical and business schools ings Robert Coles lectures on OnTuesday and Thursday morn- "The Literature of Social Reflec- tion" to 400 undergraduates at Harvard. In the afternoons he teaches "Literature and Medicine" at Har- vard Medi...…

October 23, 1986 (vol. 97, iss. 36) • Page Image 40

…p " . " " " 9 C O L L E G E L l FE Life in the Pit': Texas students awaiting space tough it out in Kinsolving basement Finding Beds for Brains With housing demand outstripping supply, some schools are seeking creative solutions A t the University of Texas in Austin last month, rows of beds, desks and portable closets made the Kinsolving Dormitory basement look like an army bar- racks. Appropriately dubbed "the Pit" by its residents, the n...…

October 23, 1986 (vol. 97, iss. 36) • Page Image 41

…a s 0 w . SIU's VideoTIPLE Volunteers CHOICED m Three years ago Carbon- dale, Ill., lacked the full spectrum of cable-televi- sion programming-but South- ern Illinois University stu- dents still wanted their MTV. So volunteers from the campus radio station put to- gether their own music-video show. Since then, MTV has ar- rived. But SIU's spirited "The New Frontier" show has sur- vived by becoming a video al- ternative, developing a pla...…

October 23, 1986 (vol. 97, iss. 36) • Page Image 42

…The Arican Express Real Life Planner s your chances for SAmerican Express* getting your right about getting tejob is the r done right. nd'then tadtoshed ices, product i ad setlh mnth i t : ' testing, manufactusrg troube-s hootig, mrkein -oyourbright ideas irosder tha y ight11fulty realize your ptenial dthe ~ pn teyour company. The entrepreneuratspri maoking broads~iwe e dust e in-h find th y the corporate it a r twit unt WHAT IS A...…

October 23, 1986 (vol. 97, iss. 36) • Page Image 43

…0 The American Express ai Life Planner 0 0 The American Expreo eal Life Planner that his little slips of paper had slipped out of place, and he would have to mark his place all over again. "During a particularly boring sermon, I realized Ineeded something that would stick without ruining the'book," he says, and his thoughts quickly turned to a light adhesive already developed in his company's research lab by one of his colleagues, samples o...…

October 23, 1986 (vol. 97, iss. 36) • Page Image 44

…If you're carrying cash on vacation, you're the tourist attraction. Whether your vacation takes you to scenic Europe or sandy beaches, you can be sure there's a large group of people antic- ipating your arrival. Pickpockets can spot you, distract you and take your wallet before you've taken your first picture. And if you're carrying cash, they can take your entire vacation. That's why it's so important to take American Express® Travelers Cheq...…

October 23, 1986 (vol. 97, iss. 36) • Page Image 45

…0 0 The American Exprea eal Life Planner Every figure and idea that is not your own should be sourced in detail. The idea is that a person with absolutely no familiarity about the market you're trying to reach should be able to understand what you're talking about, what the num- bers mean, and where the numbers come from" Stern advises new business planners to work from the ground up in building expense and revenue estimates. "Don't come at ...…

October 23, 1986 (vol. 97, iss. 36) • Page Image 46

… -, 9 HOW TO SPOT AN INTRAPRENEUR- FRIENDLY COMPANY kay, we've established the fact that many companies offer a nurturing environment for their innovative and intraprising employees. But where do you go from here? How do you locate and select among those companies with an established commitment to intrepreneurial directly relatable to an unwillingness to promote and develop new ideas.) " How likely is it that you will be free to use the re...…

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