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July 23, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 26) • Page Image 11

…The Michigan Daily - Saturday, July 23, 1983-- Page 11 Swedes By JEFF FAYE "One if by land, two if by sea." We all remember that famous quote from the expected British invasion during the Revolutionary War. Today's invasion cry would be, "One if by free throw, two if by field goal." No, the in- vasion isn't hostile and the invaders are not British. You see, there is a basketball team from Sweden in town. They are here expressly for the purp- ...…

July 23, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 36) • Page Image 11

…The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, July 23, 1985 -Page 11 Apartheid protests result in 4 deaths, 57 jailed (Continued from Page 1) UNDER the measure, police have virtually unlimited powers of arrest, seach and seizure in riot-torn areas around Johannesburg and Port Elizabeth. Nobel Peace Prize winner Bishop Desmond Tutu offered yesterday to mediate peace talks between black leaders and the white minority gover- nment, warning that "True security a...…

July 23, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 46) • Page Image 11

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, July 23, 1981-Page 11 Solomon upset in Washington tourney WASHINGTON (AP) - France's Pascal Portes upset No. 5 seed Harold Solomon 1-6, 6-3, 6-2 yesterday to ad- vance to the semifinal round of the $200,000 Washington Star International Tennis Tournament. Both players agreed the turning point in the match came in the first game of the second set. Solomon was serving at 40-love when Portes rallied to take the game...…

July 23, 1980 (vol. 90, iss. 44) • Page Image 11

…The Michigan Doily W-6dnes'dciy, Aii{ 23; lhe£r=PFtig e 3 R p ' -- - ------- or The St et THE CROWDS, THE heat, the side-walk sales, street vendors, and of course, South University Ann Arbor Street Art-Fair (pictured above) is one of three the artists. Every July Ann Arbor is overrun with artists and tourists alike fairs that make up the total Ann Arbor Art Fair. when the annual art phenomena-the Ann Arbor Art Fair--takes place. The Fair me...…

July 23, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 46) • Page Image 11

…Pacers' By RON POLLACK Talk about an unlikely turn of events. Last year, Michigan basketball player Paul Heuerman was chosen in the fourth round of the National Basketball Association draft by the Phoenix Suns. Heuerman lasted until the last series of cuts whereupon he was let go from the squad. Thus, he enrolled in the Florida law school with his basketball career seemingly over. SO GUESS who called Heuerman on the phone three weeks ago as he...…

July 23, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 26) • Page Image 12

…SPORTS Saturday, July 23, 1983 4 Page 12 The Michigan Daily Stay granted in TV case 4 By MIKE BERRES Second of two parts When Supreme Court Justice Byron White granted the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) a stay in its battle over college football television rights on Thursday morning he put everything on hold for the upcoming 1983 season. But the struggle is far from over. The earliest the Supreme Court will confront the ...…

July 23, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 36) • Page Image 12

…SPORTS Tuesday, July 23, 1985 The Michigan Daily Page 12. LARKINWA TTERS DOING ALL RIGHT Life after 'M' baseball The Michigan baseball team lost the second round and was assigned to hitter on the team, batting .347 with 21 five starters from last year's 55-10 Great Falls, Mont. (Rookie - Pioneer runs and 23 RBIs. Watters has yet to hit team. Juniors Barry Larkin and League). a homer but he has stolen eight bases. Although he spent most of h...…

July 23, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 46) • Page Image 12

…Sports Page 12 Thursday, July 23, 1981 The Michigan Doily One shot deal 4 Diggs not worried over By RON POLLACK Daily sports writer to get into business, maybe His task of "learning whe sixth in a six-part series management. That's something I'll be" is proving to be a rathe Thisis the sixth in a series of six worry about only if it turns out that "I'm playing cornerback ri articles examining the attempts of football isn't my cup of tea." I'...…

July 23, 1980 (vol. 90, iss. 44) • Page Image 12

…Page 4-Wednesday July 23, 1980-The Michigan Daily Officials try to reduce parking space problems 0 ; , _.. z x "° ,; / ak+ r '§ : j :^.;, ... By SUZANNE GOTTLIEB Art Fair crowdsmean Art Fair park- ing problems, but both University and city officials are attempting to alleviate some of the headaches the onslaught of art shopppers can produce. According to Jim Stein of the city's parking department, city parking structures on Forest and Mayna...…

July 23, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 46) • Page Image 12

…Sports Page 12 Friday, July 23, 1982 The Michigan Daily Out of the spotlight Stan Edwards learns to be second fiddle By RON POLLACK Second in an eight-part series Stan Edwards now knows what it is like to be the "other" running back. Two seasons ago, he rushed for 901 yards. But last year the fullback found himself in Butch Woolfolk's shadow, and gained only 445 yards since he was utilized mostly asa blocker. HE WAS selected by the Housto...…

July 23, 1980 (vol. 90, iss. 44) • Page Image 13

…The Michigan Daily-Wednesday, July 15, 1980-Page 5 Ann Arbor Art Fair began 21 years ago as Dily Photo by JIM KRUZ Bedridden Art exhibited at the Ann Arbor Art Fair comes in all shapes and sizes and can be made from every material imaginable. Here, the subjects of this almost life-size soft sculpture seem undisturbed by the bedlam surrounding them. Artists, merchants, shoppers take over streets of Ann Ar'bor business By BONNIE JURAN Today's ...…

July 23, 1980 (vol. 90, iss. 44) • Page Image 14

…Page 6-Wednesday, July 23,1980-The Michigan Daily Bus schedule tentative as talks continue By ELAINE RIDEOUT As negotiations between striking transit workers and the Ann Arbor Transportation Authority (AATA) con- tinue to break down, it is becoming less and less likely the buses will be run- ning by fair time. "It's unlikely the shuttle will be run- ning," Ron Ricciardi, marketing coor- dinator at AATA said at press time Monday. "But," he add...…

July 23, 1980 (vol. 90, iss. 44) • Page Image 15

…The Michigan Daily-Wednesday, July 23,1980-Page 7 ,r '.?' }fir y 1 . , , Y3 _ .: Hr..v $ ...v f >dae x " .. x:. lit II .v£ : r t C t 40* 'U' guild caters to student, r local t ' ;" ,: " ~~4 Daily Photo by JIM KRUZ AN ARTIST RELAXES as prospective patrons mill over his work during last year's Art Fair. South, East University artists juried by acceptance committee artists By SUSAN McCREIGHT Ethnic foods on Main Street, hand- made musical ...…

July 23, 1980 (vol. 90, iss. 44) • Page Image 16

…Page 8-Wednesday, July 23, 1980- ., Michigan Daily Police help alleviate Art Fair problems (Continued from Page 4) busy during the night providing coverage of high-risk crime areas in town, so artists and vendors at the fair will be resonsible for the security of their exhibits. ANN. ARBOR POLICE patrols will probably be busiest when performing in the service capacity, the police spokesman said. Some examples of the police services are: " Cal...…

July 23, 1980 (vol. 90, iss. 44) • Page Image 17

…The Michigan wily-Wednesday, July 23, 1980-Page 9 Art Fair, '79 Supplement to the Daily Art Fair Guide are two pages of photos, courtesy of Ann Arbor city historian, Wystan Sterens. Stevens, an Ann, Arbor native, has kept photographic records of 'city events for the past 10 years. /I …

July 23, 1980 (vol. 90, iss. 44) • Page Image 18

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July 23, 1980 (vol. 90, iss. 44) • Page Image 19

…The Michigan Daily-Wednesday, July 23, 1980-Page 11 JRON ST. 1980 Street Fair Locations & Shuttle Bus Routes July 23,24,25,26 /I 1 Th SWASHINGTON STJ I5ju UNIVERSITY'W kIEE~* GEDDES AVE., UN(VONEITY NON-PROFIT >" :2: 4iIStreetrt air fINFORM~ATION CENTER S, UNIVERSITY On South &East University S. UN IVERS ITY SHERIFF RED CROSS rIP~/A 3,Ai.5 .AVV Qt4 A oms. Uom m .AVVQ D-RW LR 4TH/WILLIAM MAIN/! ITHAYER/ WASHINGTON NORTH U. 4:15 4:19 4:27 ...…

July 23, 1980 (vol. 90, iss. 44) • Page Image 21

…The Michigan Daily-Wednesday, July 23, 1980-Page 13 Artists, merchants vie for attention By JOYCE FRIEDEN Ann Arbor merchants have spent the past few weeks preparing for the Art Fair, and many of them expect business to boom despite the current economic hardships facing the-greater Detroit area. "I think business will be*better because of the recession," said Athlete's Shop manager Bruce Johnson. "People realize that there are good deals to ...…

July 23, 1980 (vol. 90, iss. 44) • Page Image 22

…Page 14-Wednesday, July 23, 1980-The Michigan Daily GLASSMAKERS STARTED FROM SCRA TCH Artists exhibit stained glassware 4 .,... By MARYEM RAFANI Stained-glass artists Tim Osius an4 Tom Bantle are living proof that you can makea living from your hobby. Since 1976, the two men have operated the Osius-Bantle Studio-a large two-story complex the walls of which are covered with stained glass portraits, mirrors, pictures, and signs-on the third f...…

July 23, 1980 (vol. 90, iss. 44) • Page Image 23

…The Michigan Daily-Wednesday, July 23, 1980-Page 15 BAD AR T MAY POISON MINDS Beware: Art Fair Soviet plot By JOSHUA M. PECK The witch hunters of Salem. Joe Mc- Carthy. Tricky Dick and his enemies list. The substance that fueled these grand American endeavors was not Christianity, patriotism, or pragmatism; as their practitioners would have had us believe. It was a human quality older and more per- vasive than any of these. It was paranoia. T...…

July 23, 1980 (vol. 90, iss. 44) • Page Image 24

…Page 16-Wednesday, July 23, 1980--The Michigan Daily ART FAIR HAPPENINGS EAST UNIVERSITY GRACEFUL ARCH- Ann Arbor Street Art Fair Wednesday 11 a.m.-Cultural arts dance program 12 p.m.-Connie Huber, folk music 1 p.m.-Young People's Theatre 2 p.m.-Aerobic Dancing, Inc. 3 p.m.-Matt Thorton, acoustic guitar 4 p.m.-Hydra Dance Theatre 5 p.m.-Trees, musical group 6 p.m.-The Ark Hootenanny, folk music 7 p.m.-Ann Arbor Civic Band 8 p.m.-Melodioso, la...…

July 23, 1980 (vol. 90, iss. 44) • Page Image 25

…The Michigan Daily-Wednesday, July 23, 1980-Page 17 Theatre thrives in Ann Arbor during art fair BY ANNE GADON said producer Charles Sutherland. Meg Theatre arts events during Art Fair Gilbert and Charles Sutherland direct a days run from the magical to the cast starring Clark Middleton as a macabre. Local entertainers are com- bronco-busting cowboy and Rebecca peting with craftspersons for evening Stucki as Cheri, the nightclub chan- audience...…

July 23, 1980 (vol. 90, iss. 44) • Page Image 26

…Page 18--Wednesday, July 23, 1980-The Michigan Daily Movies, concerts at fair 4 By MARK COLEMAN It may take a few hours or it could only take a few minutes-but even- tually you're going to get bored with what passes as "art" in the Ann Arbor Art Fair. Fear not--there's a lot more to do this week than gaze at turquoise jewelry or velour landscape paintings. The best entertainment bet among the high-priced hype that dominates this annual event...…

July 23, 1980 (vol. 90, iss. 44) • Page Image 27

…The Michigan Daily-Wednesday, July 23, 1980-Page 19 THE ART FAIR provides ample opportunities to practice the fine art of competition. Last year, one pig brought in about a squirrel-and-a-half, or bartering. When you and twelve others each have your eye on a particular . one-quarter of an orangutan. squirrel or a special pig, bartering is about the fairest way to ensure a fair Last word on bartering By NICK KATSARELAS Everyone knows that th...…

July 23, 1980 (vol. 90, iss. 44) • Page Image 28

…Page 20--Wednesday. July 23', 1980-The Michigan Ddiiy *BRIARWOOD SAL UTES* *, THE* I #INNARRORSTRhEETARTFAIR 4, Being only five minutes from Downtown Ann Arbor,* *Briarwood is supporting the Ann Arbor Street Art Fair* *by providing * 4, PARKING to handle overflow Downtown * *parking* 4, *" SHUTTLEDECKER BUS to assist* AATA in transporting Art Lovers to* Ann Arbor Street Art Fair every* 4, quarter after and quarter of the hour* at the followi...…

July 23, 1980 (vol. 90, iss. 44) • Page Image 29

…Fatal mishap Walter Godzik, 62, and Joanne Yell, 15, both of Pellston, and Maude Yell, 49, of Richard Bartholemew of Muskegon rammed into their car after they attempted Alanson were killed near Ravenna Monday when an 18-wheel truck driven by to stop for a turning car. Reagan aide opposed early isit From AP and UPI WASHINGTON-Ronald Reagan's campaign chairman says he opposed his candidate's precedent-breaking late-night visit to the Republican...…

July 23, 1980 (vol. 90, iss. 44) • Page Image 30

…Page 10-WednesdayJuly 23, 980-The Mihigan Doily Guerrilla blasts candidates'stand on Palestinians UNITED NATIONS (AP) - A Palestinian guerrilla leader, ad- dressing an emergency session of the U.N. General Assembly, assailed President Carter and his two main political rivals yesterday for opposing establishment of a Palestinian state on Arab territory now occupied by Israel. Farouk Kaddoumi, speaking for the Palestine Liberation Organization,...…

July 23, 1980 (vol. 90, iss. 44) • Page Image 31

…The Michigan Daily-Wednesdoy, July 23 1980-Page 11 CALLS GOP PROPOSAL 'A GREAT HOAX' ller scoffs at tax cut plan WASHINGTON (AP) - Treasury Secretary G. William Miller told Congress yesterday it would be "a great hoax on the American people to give them a pre-election tax cut" and take it back later in the form of higher inflation. Testifying before the House Ways and Means Committee, Miller scoffed at a $36 billion Republican' tax-cut plan, ...…

July 23, 1980 (vol. 90, iss. 44) • Page Image 32

…Page 12-Wednesday, July 2 1986h-The Aichigan Daily 4 Quad. 76-0404. OA72 tments. all occupancy. neat, water, and parking included. Rent $317.663-4101. 50C726 Own room available in a modern two bedroom apt. Rent is $180.00/mo., includes heat, water, and AUDIOPRO subwoofer, DCM Time Window parking. Cats allowed, pleasant atmosphere. 5 speakers, Pioneer 12-band 9800 EQ. 764-0441, 761- blocks from central campus, 10 minute walk to 8166. 53B726 F...…

July 23, 1980 (vol. 90, iss. 44) • Page Image 33

…The MichianDail -Wednesday July-23 1980-Page 13. LONDON (AP)-Britain's army of uemployed 40swelled to nearly 1.9 million this month, the highest B ri iS I level since the Depression year of 1936, a government office reported yesterday. The grim statistics quickly brought Primne Minister Margaret Thatcher's economic policies under fierce attack. Labor Party leader James Callaghan said he will introduce a motion of no-confidence in the Conser- ...…

July 23, 1980 (vol. 90, iss. 44) • Page Image 34

…Page 14-Wednesday, July 23, 1980-The Michigan Daily -.-.- Exx on nets Eii $1 billio i second quartert NEW YORK (AP)-Exxon Corp. reported a $1.03, billion profit in the second quarter yesterday as higher crude oil and natural gas prices and rising foreign refining earnings helped boost net income 24.1 per cent from levels of a year earlier. The world's largest oil company said its quarterly earnings were restrained by $314 million in foreign...…

July 23, 1980 (vol. 90, iss. 44) • Page Image 35

…The Michigan Daily-Wednesday, July 23, 1980-Page 15 Rangers handcuff Red Sox, 4-3; San Francisco 'splits with Cubs BOSTON (AP) - Buddy Bell led off the ninth inning with his third con- secutive single, was sacrificed to second, and scored on Pat Putnam's single last night, lifting the Texas Rangers to a 4-3 victory over the Boston Red Sox. Danny Darwin, who relieved starter Gaylord Perry in the seventh inning and gave up the tying run in the ...…

July 23, 1980 (vol. 90, iss. 44) • Page Image 36

…Page 16-Saturday, July 23, 1980-The Michigan Daily Soviet men easl win a g mnastics gold medal MOSCOW (AP) - The Soviet Union's cises to finish more than eight points 1979 world championships," Arkayev mile by a ru men's gymnastics team snared the first ahead of East Germany. said. He did not mention the first time a gold medal of the Moscow Olympics THE EAST Germans collected 581.15 Americans. an average p tournament yesterday, crushing Eas...…

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