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September 23, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 10) • Page Image 43

…its middle to connote specific, not ancient, history-of Long Beach itself, wherebountiful oil finds were common in the last century. Surely Long Beach expects the same international notori- ety that attended Ohio State, which may have motivated its decision to pick Eisenman and Robertson. Emory, Dartmouth and Williams, while not averse to the calls of publicity or glam- our, have taken a more tradi- tional route, with architects well known for...…

September 23, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 10) • Page Image 44

…How to write a personal letter 4 by Garrison Keillor and every time I do you make me smile. We need to write, otherwise nobody will know who we are. They will have only a vague impres- sion of us as A Nice Person, because frankly, we don't shine at conversa- tion, we lack the confidence to thrust our faces for- ward and say, "Hi, I'm Heather Hooten, let me tell you about my week." Mostly we say "Uh-huh" and "Oh really." People smile and loo...…

September 23, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 10) • Page Image 45

…I am in the middle of an essay for International Paper but thought I'd drop you a line. Hi to your sweetie too dash off a note to a pal. Envelopes, stamps, address book, everything in a drawer so you can write fast when the pen is hot. A blank white 8" x 11" sheet can look as big as Montana if the pen's not so hot - try a smaller page and write boldly. Or use a note card with a piece of fine art on the front; if your letter ain't good, at leas...…

September 23, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 10) • Page Image 47

…C SPORTS Sticking to it: Potential stars practice all the right moves at Smith College sports co A Bigger Game Than You Know College women go world class in field hockey ey is the steak tartare of sports: not much to look at, but once you're hooked, it's hard to give up. "It's exciting and fast-mov- ing," says the five-foot senior. "It's a finesse game." Perhaps. But it can be brutally physical as well, and it is surely a test of endurance....…

September 23, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 10) • Page Image 48

…COLLEGE MADE EASY Introducing a typewriter that automatically takes care of many of the picky little details of presenting a beautiful and intelligent-looking college paper. The new Sharp PA-3130 Electronic Memory Intelliwriter.T' Before each line you type is printed, it appears on a display above the keyboard for your review. Meanwhile, your new Sharp is busy using its 50,000 word, built-in dictionary to alert you to misspellings. So you can...…

September 23, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 10) • Page Image 49

…C OLiLvEGE LT a FiE A Thriving Trade in F~ake ID's As the drinking age rises, students seek new 'proof' they're 21 When the University of California clamped down on underage drink- ing at its San Diego campus two years ago, senior Mark Kelly* got back into the phony-ID business. No razor blades or ink remover for Kelly; his product was a masterpiece of the amateur counterfeiter's art, which he perfected in high school. With the help of a frie...…

September 23, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 10) • Page Image 50

…C O L L E G E L I F E Atxl J1 ttl!.i OnK License to swill: Doormen 'card' customers at a popular USC hangout; page from bartenders'checking guide (16 client's actual license, photo- graph the composite, then lami- nate. When the drinking age Mine went up, Billy began making about 15 altered licenses a week. Vil "Mine were the best I've ever seen," says Billy with pride. Serious consequences: In most states, possession of a phony ID is a mi...…

September 23, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 10) • Page Image 51

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September 23, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 10) • Page Image 52

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September 23, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 10) • Page Image 53

…C Studying Womankind At all-male Wabash, females are the one-week sex What kind of college would encourage students to spend more time think- ing about the opposite sex? Try Wa- bash, a small liberal-arts institution in Crawfordsville, Ind., which has an all-male student body and a group of feisty female employees. Two years ago women who worked at Wabash-as professors, admin- istrators and secretaries-decided the campus consciousness needed...…

September 23, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 10) • Page Image 54

…17m p ~ }CJ %30OL _ t ' ag L s 3 FX300 1 fi"" ilk R X 6 ,. 5 3 k i I o Casio solar scientific calculators. With these three calculators, Casio continues to give students and professionals the most features and functions for the fewest dollars. Lesson 1: Our FX-451M gives you 132 total functions, includ- ing binary, octal and hexadecimal calculations and conversions. At the touch of a key, it provides you with 13 commonly used physical ...…

September 23, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 10) • Page Image 55

…Making Doctors Human Universities revise both preparation and curricula for med schools ... Alcoholics, down-and-outers, weren't supposed to have eyes that sparkled. Mary's did... Iwanted to hold her, to tell herthat a bad dream was ending, that we were going to make her problem our problem. But we weren't. She had come to the wrongplace to be helped. The emergency room would pro- vide only "episodic" care focusing on to- day's symptoms. Live...…

September 23, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 10) • Page Image 56

…C A R E E R S find needed information, mostly by com- puter. Harvard's curriculum is one of the most radically revised. The 24 students who started the reform as an experiment two years ago learn through the case meth- od instead of lectures. In their first class, for instance, students plunged into cellular biology by playing sleuth; exactly how had a real-life spy died from a poison pellet shot into his leg? They also considered the reac- t...…

September 23, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 10) • Page Image 57

…a Climb higher,faster in the Air Force. As an Air Force officer your career will take off. You'll quickly get management experience that could take years to acquire in civilian industry. As an Air Force second lieutenant, you'll manage people, projects and offices; you'll be in charge, making decisions, shouldering the respon- sibility. You'll belong to an organization dedicated to achievement, innovation and high technology. And as an offic...…

September 23, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 10) • Page Image 58

…4 The XL 2000 with the 50,000 word Spell-Right" electronic dictionary. It's the high priced correction system without the high price. Now when you make a mistake, you're going to hear about it. Because when you misspell or mistype any of 50,000 words, the new XL 2000 portable electronic typewriter with Spell-Right lets you know with a beep. And that's just one of the advanced features in a correction system that makes the XL 2000 the correct...…

September 23, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 10) • Page Image 59

…ESR MS S R ES UMES .AF..Ti,,a Wofl Wanted: Many Good Women At 26, Purdue graduate Mica Endsley designs airplane cockpits for the Northrop Corp. in Hawthorne, Calif. Endsley is a rarity-a female engineer. For women like her, mathematically and technically inclined, the demand is ex- traordinary. Although their ranks have increased dramatically in the last two dec- ades, women engineers are still outnum- bered by men 7 to 1. Nor do matters app...…

September 23, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 10) • Page Image 60

…A New Guide to Nonprofit Gold Off the corporate path fJim Clarkwanted tosay "just oneword" to"The Graduate" today, it would proba- bly not be "plastics." Instead, he might say "nonprofit," referring to employment opportunities with public-interest and so- cial-service organizations. As executive di- rector of a new job-listing service called Access, Clark can match career interests- in fields like political lobbying, community service, environ...…

September 23, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 10) • Page Image 61

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September 23, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 10) • Page Image 62

…ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT_ MOVIES 'The Big Easy' Does It A gritty role makes Dennis Quaid a star Forget"The Right Stuff" forasecond and Dennis Quaid's funny, sexy turn as flying ace Gordo Cooper. Forget this summer's "Innerspace" and Quaid's dashing performance as a micronaut injected into Martin Short's GI tract. Forget even "The Big Easy," on screen right now, in which he gives the performance of his life as a New Orleans police detective who ca...…

September 23, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 10) • Page Image 63

… whose prevailing spirit is often summed up in the slogan Laissez le bon temps rouler- Let the good times roll.) When a grinning Remy tells the starched lawyer played by Barkin, "Relax, cher, folks got a different way of doin' things down here," it's both a seduction and a rationalization: sure, he's corrupt. Everybody else is, too. "There's a system down there," Quaid says. "Out here in L.A. there's no room for the particular kind of corrupti...…

September 23, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 10) • Page Image 64

… A .a m.. S uc ..« ur... a "fr;I '!i!1!£..nu¢,t ,a 'x Ff,. -Mt.r-';!'C Y1" .,s' i.. 1 YOUR PC WANTS YOU TO GIVE IT THE SAME ADVANTAGE YOU GIVE YOUR TAPE DECK AND VCR. I It's only fair. Not to mention logical. PC's want to perform as well as all your other sophisticated elec- tronic equipment. If you're like millions of informed people throughout the world, you rely on the ultimate in audio and video recording performance. You rely on TDK. ...…

September 23, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 10) • Page Image 65

…BOOKS Two Hotshot Authors Aim for More Fame Bret and Tama write fashionably, if not well hey are the "next big thing" in litera- ture, the most fashionable of a new wave of young writers who are trendi- er than Bermuda shorts in October or peach champagne. Bret and Tama. (That's Bret Easton Ellis, author of "Less Than Zero," and Tama Janowitz, author of "Slaves of New York," for those of you who are, like, totally out of it.) And for those ...…

September 23, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 10) • Page Image 66

…ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT so fragmented-some of the narrators are completely undeveloped-that "Rules" ends up feeling like endless MTV videos strung together. There is no story here- just the depressing flotsam of a spoiled generation. While striving to be just as hip, Tama Janowitz is much less serious than Ellis. (At least he hasn't made an Amaretto ad yet.) In fact, she may be the first true "lite" novelist-all fizz and no substance. Unlike Ell...…

September 23, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 10) • Page Image 67

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September 23, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 10) • Page Image 69

…dand Saigoce Name (please print) Address City State Zip College Year of Graduation Signature Check one [ 26 issues Q 34 issues [ 52 issues [ 104 issues Q Payment enclosed I Bill me later NEWSWEEK'S COVER PRICE $2.00 an issue YOU SAVE $1.58 an issue SPECIAL STUDENT RATE* 42$ an issue *Basic Rate is 79¢ Offer good in U.S. Subject to change. 87280047 HARVAR TH andi SavingsVouce Name (please print) Address City State Zip College Year of Gra...…

September 23, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 10) • Page Image 70

… 111111 BUSINESS REPLY MAIL FIRST CLASS MAIL PERMIT NO. 250 LIVINGSTON, N.J. POSTAGE WILL BE PAID BY ADDRESSEE The Newsweek Building P0. Box 414 Livingston, N.J. 07039-9965 NO POSTAGE NECESSARY IF MAILED IN THE UNITED STATES 4 BUSINESS REPLY MAIL FIRST CLASS MAIL PERMIT NO. 250 LIVINGSTON, N.J. POSTAGE WILL BE PAID BY ADDRESSEE The Newsweek Building P0O. Box 414 Livingston, N.J. 07039-9965 NO POSTAGE NECESSARY IF MAILED IN THE UNITED S...…

September 23, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 10) • Page Image 72

…a TELE VISION A Tasty New Role Actor-comedian Tim Reid comes naturally to his character as career-switching Frank Parrish Sometimes art actually does imitate life. Take the case of Tim Reid, the actor-comedian best known for his role as deejay Venus Flytrap on "WKRP in Cincinnati." In the early '70s, a few years out of college, he was a successful business- man for Du Pont. He made good money. He had a wife and a son and a three-bedroom hou...…

September 23, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 10) • Page Image 73

…I- I THE CALL, ROBERT R. McELROY-NEWSWEEK Appetite for the unexpected: Seal was chosen from among1,200students who tried out MTV's New Anarchic Force Giving up engineering for the video limelight I our average man will shave before a job interview, but Kevin Seal is not your average man. As the tape rolled for his audition to be a veejay on MTV, he smeared himself with shaving cream. Then, shaving wildly, he spread the stuff around his fac...…

September 23, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 10) • Page Image 74

…M Y T U R N l Its Not a Dream World No longer is college a time for idealism; it is becoming just a time to acquire marketable skills BY JOHN BURKMAN Jr. of NEWSWEEK, and near the end, somewhere be- Last week I happened to be glancing over an old issue tween Axthelm and Will, was a promo for NEWS- WEEK ON CAMPUS. In the background of the ad, fittingly, was a picturesque view of a campus. Never has a single photo conveyed a more idyllic impr...…

September 23, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 10) • Page Image 75

…There's a college course that's helping Rob Bright succeed in his other courses. The Army Reserve Officers' Training Corps. Army ROTC is the college elective that teaches the planning and time-management skills you can put to use right now. As well as the confidence and leadership you'll need to succeed in your future career. Enroll in Army ROTC as you would for any college course. There's no commitment to join the Army. And Army ROTC won't ta...…

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