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October 24, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 36) • Page Image 1

…cl bic Ltt tgan Iatl Ninety-six years of editorial freedom Vol. XCVI - No. 36 Copyright 1985, The Michigan Daily Ann Arbor, Michigan - Thursday, October 24, 1985 Eight Pages Chrysler and auto workers agree on contract From AP and UPI HIGHLAND PARK - Chrysler Corp. and the United Auto Workers agreed yesterday on a tentative con- tract for 70,000 strikers, giving them wage parity with other autoworkers plus a $2,000 bonus to make up fo...…

October 24, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 36) • Page Image 2

…Page 2 - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, October 24, 1985 Inquiring Photographer By John Munson 6 "Do you feel the University is justified in putting a hold credit on students who have not been vaccinated?" Michael Mitchell, Engineering senior: Some measure should be taken, but this is too extreme. It's no different from having to get shots in grade school. The ideal is good but the method is a bit extreme. Natalie Engler, LSA fresh- Lynn W...…

October 24, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 36) • Page Image 3

…I The Michigan Daily - Thursday, October 24, 1985- Page 3 Ethiopians face famine despite world aid efforts SEKOTA, Ethiopa (AP) - A year ago in the mountains ringing Sekota, people were dying of starvation by the hun- dreds every day. Now, after a huge in- ternational effort to alleviate Ethiopia's famine, people are still dying, but the numbers are lower. Near newly dug graves, women and children scratch in the rocky soil for a few seeds of...…

October 24, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 36) • Page Image 4

…0 OPINION Thursday, October 24, 1985 Page 4 The Michigan Daily i. a Edited and managed by students at The University of Michigan Two sides to every coin Vol. XCVI, No. 36 420 Maynard St. Ann Arbor, MI 48109 Editorials represent a majority opinion of the Daily's Editorial Board Raise your voice A CALL FOR a campaign to "defund MSA" by two college Republicans suggests an unwise action but might bear the odd fruit of making more stude...…

October 24, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 36) • Page Image 5

…ARTS Thursday, October 24, 1985 The Michigan Daily Page 5 Dining Room serves food for thought By Seth Flicker T's the holy of holies, the heart and soul of the house, the shrine. The Dining Room is a room rarely in- * vaded by strangers and the central element in a play opening tonight at the Trueblood Theatre at 8 p.m. "'It's' basically a play of recognition," said Richard Oberlin, visiting director of The Dining Room. "We all have had di...…

October 24, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 36) • Page Image 6

…Page 6 - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, October 24, 1985 Rally demands right to in-home education CIA protesters claim brutality by police LANSING (UPI) - About 500 people demanding the right to educate their children in their own homes gathered yesterday at the Capitol for a rally tinged with religious and patriotic overtones. The Educational Freedom Rally focused on the issue of home education, but included supporters of private and paroc...…

October 24, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 36) • Page Image 7

…Football vs. Indiana Saturday, 1:00 p.m. Michigan Stadium _SPORTS Thursday, October 24, 1985 Hockey vs. Bowling Green Friday, 7:304p.m. Yost Ice Arena Page 7 The Michigan Daily r Club gets rugged Associated Press} 0.f A Royal teacher Cardinal hurler John Tudor taught Kansas City a lesson last night with a 3-0 shutout. Tudor yielded just five hits en route to St. Louis' third World Series victory. See story page 8. By HOWARD SOLOMON As...…

October 24, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 36) • Page Image 8

…Page 8 - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, October 24, 1985 I STOYANOVICH COMES HOME Hoosier kicks for soccer and football By MIKE REDSTONE Picture yourself an all-state placekicker from the Detroit area. It's the fall of 1984 and the time has come to select a college to kick for. Over in Ann Arbor, Michigan's top placekicker is graduating and his spot will be up for grabs in 1985. You're on your way to Ann Arbor, right? Pete Stoyanovich was ...…

September 24, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 14) • Page Image 1

…C I bt Mt4ir ia1t Ninety-six years of editorial freedom Vol. XCVI - No. 14 Copyright 1985, The Michigan Doily Ann Arbor, Michigan - Tuesday, September 24, 1985 Eight Pages 48 protesters arrested at sit-in 23 students, 1 prof among those jailed B 1'RAC 4 E G TT LIEB i r ny mun u1Ll Special to the Daily. PITTSFIELD TWP. - Forty-eight demnstrat0rs, includinL at least 23 U11i> dUb, HUU g d V4b4 University students and one professor...…

September 24, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 14) • Page Image 2

…4 Page 2 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, September 24, 1985 UGLI computer helps students research By JOHN ROBB Since last week, users of the Un- dergraduate Library have had a new computer system to help them .research their papers and projects. ' The system, called InfoTrac, provides a computerized index to ar- ticles published since 1983 in 1,000 periodicals, including magazines, journals, reviews, and newspapers, .said Barbara MacAdam, ac...…

September 24, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 14) • Page Image 3

…The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, September 24, 1985-- Page 3 SAT shows strong g q~ s upswing NEW YORK (AP) - Demon- strating that education reform is ,taking hold in public schools, 1985 'Scholastic Aptitude Test scores 1posted their biggest gains in more than two decades, paced by an especially strong showing by Hispanic students. College Board President George H. 'Hanford said at a news conference yesterday that nationwide average scores rose...…

September 24, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 14) • Page Image 4

…4 OPINION Page4 Tuesday, September 24, 1985 The Michigan Daily ie mtbtigant Bain Edited and managed by students at The University of Michigan Enumerating current projects By Ingrid Kock Second in a series Vol. XCVI, No, 14 420 Maynard St.' Ann Arbor, MI 48109 Editorials represent a majority opinion of the Daily's Editorial Board Black and white M UCH OF THE public discussion surrounding ap- pointment of a new vice-president for the ...…

September 24, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 14) • Page Image 5

…ARTS The Michigan Daily Tuesday, September 24, 1985 Page 5 The Dirty Dozen: A ton of bricks By arwulf arwulf 'VE BE EN BRASSED this r weekend, and it'll take awhile for the echoes to recede. Brass horns, direct and distinct as magnesium flares, have followed me around, of- fering their energies whenever needed. Eighty years of Jazz raced by me in one day. { Sunday dawned with hasty preparations for a street appearance Still wobbly from a ni...…

September 24, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 14) • Page Image 6

…4 Page 6 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, September 24, 1985 Protesters believe actions art By NANCY DRISCOLL While eating pizza and drinking beer in an upstairs room at Dominicks, about 30 people discussed last night their reasons for demon- strating at Congressman Carl Pur- cell's (R-Second District) office. The group was talkative, cheefrul, and pleased with the resulting arrests. "I FEEL like I did something that was in solidarity with th...…

September 24, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 14) • Page Image 7

…Football vs. Maryland Saturday, September 28 Michigan Stadium, 1 p.m. SPORTS IM Football Deadlines October 2, 3, 4 IM Building The Michigan Daily. Tuesday, September 24, 1985 Page 7 a .. STILL UNABLE TO SCORE Stickers boosted by tie By LIAM FLAHERTY At least they didn't lose. That's about all you can say for the 0-0 tie the Michigan and Eastern Michigan field hockey teams played to at the Tartan Turf last night. It was another agon...…

September 24, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 14) • Page Image 8

…4 Page 8-The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, September 24, 1985 Clock and Bo ticked off Daily Photo by MATT PETRIE' Bo Schembechler and quarterback Jim Harbaugh hope to duplicate last weekend's performance this Saturday against Maryland. WE GET IT FREE, 9ug By MIKE REDSTONE A jubilant and quick-witted Bo Schembechler spent most of his weekly football luncheon discussing the intricacies of playing a football game with a bunch of Southern in- depe...…

July 24, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 37) • Page Image 1

…ART FA IR '85 Pullout Section Inside ki £idcigan 1 ail p ____ ___Ninety-five years of editoria/ freedom Vol. XCV, No. 37-S CohTheMhgaDIy City welcomes art air with wide-open arms By CHRIS LAUER reputation - has evolved from its Today, like every year at this time, origin as simply a sales impetus for Ann Arbor welcomes all manner of local merchants into a complex, art-loving multitudes with open arms; sprawling multi-faceted cultural event an...…

July 24, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 37) • Page Image 2

…Page 2 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, July 24, 1985 Watchdog group decries classroom 'bias' According to a conservative watch- vine said. The athletic program's penalties 1988 spring semester, Fierke said. of adult movies on campus. dog group, today's college students He added that AIA is necessary include a ban on post-season com- Under the proposed system, U.S. District Judge Douglas are not sophisticated enough to know because students a...…

July 24, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 37) • Page Image 3

…The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, July 24, 1985 - Page 3 University Council discusses hearings or violent crimes the student attacked the class's professor, professor also on the council, said that "if we works eternally slow," said Donald Rucknagel By KERY MURAKAMI However, these sanctions would last two weeks make a mistake in suspending someone, we a professor of internal medicine. he University Council stalled in its at the most, said Eric S...…

July 24, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 37) • Page Image 4

…Page 4 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, July 24, 1985 120 arrested in drug raids CHICAGO (UPI) - Drug raids con- named in three separate indictments, ducted yesterday by hundreds of law bringing to 134 the total number of enforcement officers in seven states people charged in "Operation and Mexico resulted in the arrests of Durango," Valukas said. 120 people and the recovery of hun- The indictments charge defendants dreds of thousands of dol...…

July 24, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 37) • Page Image 5

…OPINION The Michigan Daily Vol. XCV, No. 37-S 95 Years of Editorial Freedom Managed and Edited by Students at The University of Michigan Editorials represent a majority opinion of the Daily Editorial Board Mile high boots ANN ARBOR residents like to play chicken with the Parking Violations Bureau by trying to stay just one step ahead of the law. They let four or five parking tickets accumulate before they start to pay fines, but sometimes the...…

July 24, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 37) • Page Image 6

…ARTS Wednesday, July 24, 1985 I The Michigan Daily Page 6 Enchantment undercut by crass schtick ByfpyronL. Bull E XPLORERS is the latest in the recent deluge of suburban situated fantasies, following in the footsteps of E.T., Poltergeist, Goonies, and Back to the Future, though it marches to an offbeat drum roll that makes it the exception of the bunch. Not always successful, but when it does work, it works gloriously. Three junior high o...…

July 24, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 37) • Page Image 7

…The Michigan Daily -Wednesday, July 24, 1985 - Page 7 Entertainment galore storms art fair By Hobey Echlin _.a ELL, IT'S Art Fair time again, and from the endless lists of events and stacks of schedules, the confused and misled fair-goer looks to words of the reporter to sort out the myriads of musical entertainment in- Oto a logical and comprehensive an- < swer to the confusion. No such luck. But what I will give t < t you is a pretty good id...…

July 24, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 37) • Page Image 8

…Page 8 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, July 24, 1985 Music to pervade the air during fair (ContinuedfromPage7) Armatradin, Doyle offers emotional variety of musical highlights to keep and heartwrenched vocals, in a style you spinning in the action. Lisa Wolf just recently made available on her and her band will provide funked-up "Aching in the Water" cassette. jazz to move you through the day at 2 The Blue Front Persuaders, omni- p.m. in fro...…

July 24, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 37) • Page Image 9

…9 The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, July 24, 1985-- F he golden ix gourmet dining on the Ann Arbor ice cream scene. The cones are skimpy. (1101 S. University). By Katie Wilcox BEACON ST. CREAMERY ----- - The newest "luxury," as opposed to "standard" model T HE ICE CREAM wars in Ann Arbor - especially on campus. The rich, smooth flavors are made here daily. during the Art Fair -rage full force around campus, Depending on what's in season, they ...…

July 24, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 37) • Page Image 10

…Page 10 -The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, July 24, 1985 Art fair opens its arms (Continued from Page 1) along South University from Washtenaw to East University, and extending up East University for about a block. "This year we have 238 artists - juried artists - and in addition we have probably about 20 Potters' Guild members, and 10 or 15 senior citizens," said Esther Rainville, a painter and a member of the fair's planning committee since t...…

July 24, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 37) • Page Image 11

…The Michigan Daily -Wednesday, July 24, 1985 - Page 11 Evening of Pinter sketches lies in wait meaning with the same basic plot shall, who is directing Trouble in the sophisticated comedy, but it is also a audience; he is known for his silence By Noelle Brower construction: one or more characters Works, one of the four sketches. "It drama - it's ironic, the dark humor, on such matters, thus angering and find themselves in a room or some was a ...…

July 24, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 37) • Page Image 12

…Page 12 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, July 24, 1985 Get to know us... We're a bookstore and a whole lot more. TAKE ADVA We're Ulrich's Bookstore, the bookstore that you will get to know and love. Located in the heart of central campus at 549 East University (corner of East University and South University). Ulrich's has been seining the community since 1934 and has grown with the ever- increasing needs. We have a complete line of product...…

July 24, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 37) • Page Image 13

…The Michigan Daily -Wednesday, July 24, 1985 - Page 13 NTAGE OF ANN ARBOR cWASHINGTON ST- E118111 S W OILA S JEFFEASONt : y zr \D L1$ ti E Hill E STfN _ _ _N S 9L_ -~. "If M F 7n I ~iI i ATTN.: ORIENTATION STUDENTS YOU ARE HERE! (Alice Lloyd) _p 1. Urc ' 2. University Cellar \ \ 3. Michigan Union Bookstore 4. Housing Information Office /Qk: 5. Steve's UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN NORTH CAMPUS °o0 ~L One offer per coupon. J ,j:FD) < One coupon p...…

July 24, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 37) • Page Image 14

…Page 14 - The Michigan Daily -Wednesday, July 24, 1985 CILJffIlIIIIIIZ ALIUIJ F FOR SALE FOR RENT FOR RENT GOVERNMENT HOMES from $1 (U repair). Atso delinquent tax property. Call 805-687-6000 Ext. GH-0152 for informoation. 04B0807 BOAT FOR SALE - '07 Oday Mariner, 19,' FG, CS, engine, trailer, 3 sails, loaded with extras, outfitted tocrise -$3,900.00. 994-3070. 07B0724 FURNtSH ENTIRE APT. FOR JUST $225.00! Intl. new waterbed, oak desk, couch...…

July 24, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 37) • Page Image 15

…The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, July 24, 1985- Page 15 Reagan welcomes visiting Chinese leader WASHINGTON (UPI) - President Reagan, THE AGREEMENT, which faces a 90-day wife, Lin Jaimei. Reagan's role was curtailed benefit," Reagan urged Li, "Let us proceed in still hoarse and pale from cancer surgery, congressional review period, would only per- and the length of the dinner shortened to ac- that spirit." welcomed Chinese President Li Xiannian ...…

July 24, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 37) • Page Image 16

…SPORTS Wednesday, July 24, 1985 4 Page 16 The Michigan Daily N. awa pla for yes eco grip In the Ass aboi Strike talks beginning to heat up EW YORK (UPI) - Two weeks Fehr said that once these non- their contribution to the players' some solutions," said Lee MacPhail, national television revenues for 18 ay from the major league baseball critical issues have been cleared, the benefit plan to $60 million a year and chief negotiator for the ow...…

May 24, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 6) • Page Image 1

…Ibr 3d1c143au 1aiIQ Ninety-five years of editorial freedom Vol. XCV, No. 6-S Copyyight 1985 ThMichign Doily Friday, May 24, 1985 Fifteen Cents Twelve Pages Attorney downplays feminist issue City council unanimously passes budget By ARONA PEARLSTEIN Prosecuting attorney Elizabeth By NADINE LAVAGNINO police and fire departments, the con- Pollard said yesterday that two For the second consecutive tingency programs, and clerks. Cuts women ...…

May 24, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 6) • Page Image 2

…Page 2 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, May 24, 1985 FATHER, SON WAIT FOR TRIAL Navy officials say spy sent U.S. secrets to Soviets WASHINGTON (UPI) - A 22-year-old sailor on Although officials still were trying to determine the aircraft carrier Nimitz, part of an accused just how seriously U.S. security was breached by father-son spy team, had access to top secret in- the undercover team, a Navy official said the formation on how the United St...…

May 24, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 6) • Page Image 3

…Community services faces reorganization ' By CHRISTY RIEDEL the recommendation because he The Union will undergo more thought it would improve student ser- reorganization beginning the first of vices as a whole. July in what Director Frank Cianciola called an effort to "make the Univer- CIANCIOLA stressed that "it isn't sity a more human place" for studen- an elimination or reduction of the ser- ts. vices. This is a reorganization," and . A st...…

May 24, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 6) • Page Image 4

…Page 4 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, May 24, 1985 Shultz reprimands Democrats WASINGTON - Secretary of State George Shultz charged congressional ' . We cannot have a successful policy Democrats yesterday with "un- desirable and reprehensible" med- When (Democratic congressmen) take dling in foreign policy and quickly trips . . . with the aim of negotiating as drew a countercharge of "inter- national McCarthyism." se f-appointed emissaries to ...…

May 24, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 6) • Page Image 5

…OPINION Page 5 Friday, May 24, 1985 The Michigan Daily Ot firbigan DatIVa Vol. XCV, 'No. 6-S 95 Years of Editorial Freedom Managed and Edited by Students at The University of Michigan Editorials represent a majority opinion of the Daily Editorial Board Welcome aboard AUSTRALIAN MEDIA-baron Rupert Murdoch will soon become a U.S. citizen to satisfy FCC regulations forbidding foreign ownership of broadcast companies. The only reason he is b...…

May 24, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 6) • Page Image 6

…Page 6 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, May 24, 1985 First Run Films AMADEUS Second run of the Milos Forman/Peter Schaffer supposedly "irreverent" biography of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Despite the Oscar sweep, this is really a pompous, self-satisfied, pseudo- intellectual piece of fluff. At the State Theater, 230 S. State; 662-0264. BEVERLY HILLS COP Eddie Murphy goes through his usual fast jiving, smart ass routines in this moderately amusing...…

May 24, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 6) • Page Image 7

…A young and serenely naive Katherine Hepburn brings madcap romance into the life of flustered professor Cary Grant with the aid of a leopard. Definitive screwball. MLB 3, 9:30 only. $2.50/single, $3.50/double. The Year of Living Dangerously (Peter Weir, 1983) Michigan Theater Foundation Peter Weir (Gallipoli, Witness) ad- ds his usual touches of thoughtful at- mosphere and stirring visuals to an otherwise flat story of love amidst revolution. ...…

May 24, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 6) • Page Image 8

… ARTS Page 8 Friday, May 24, 1985 'Nightmare' scores with cheapo chills 'n' thrills The Michigan Daily a By Byron L. Bull A NIGHTMARE On Elm Street which was released on a limited basis last year, found a cult, and now returns in nationwide release, looks like just another grimy B-movie horror film. But it belongs to that special school of trash classics, alongside Halloween and Night on the Living Dead as. an admittedly amateurish, often c...…

May 24, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 6) • Page Image 9

…The Michigan Daily - Friday, May 24, 1985 - Page 9 Records The Three O'Clock brings its brand of '60s-ish pop to Detroit's St. Andrew's Hall Saturday night. Tickets are general admission, $7.75 through Ticket World outlets, or $8 at the door, which will open at 9p.m. The Three O'Clock- Arrive Without Travelling (IRS) There aren't many bands whose recorded output, however small, you - can call flawless. But you could say that about California'...…

May 24, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 6) • Page Image 10

…Page 10- The !Michigan Daily - Priday, May 24,"1985" tILIi-fl rIltIL AILI~ 71)4-I 4 FOR SALE BLUE '78 CAMARO. 996-5704 5650524 FOR RENT 0 BEDROOM APT. for rent for Fall near U of M Hospital. Call 761-1463. 30Co530 AN ASSORTMENT OF APARTMENTS ARE AVAILABLE FOR FALL 1985 CALL 663-3050 SPEARS-WOLTERSOM FOR RENT CAMPUS FURNISHED HOUSE - Brown St. 5- person. Washer, dryer, low utilities. V5/month. 1tyear Aug.-Aug. lease. 97t-3513. 46C0025 PARKI...…

May 24, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 6) • Page Image 11

…SPORTS Friday, May 24, 1985 Page 11 The Michigan Daily Baismen set to meet ew Orleans By DAVE ARETHA Special to the Daily S a e O V . Michigan baseball team, the win- cuar s o fv ningest in school history (52-8), enters the South I Regional today as an un- T ori series ous er derdog. The Wolverines begin play at 2:30 p.m. against the New Orleans freshman Jim Agemy, 9-0. sidered the weakest team in the four- Privateers, the team that ousted ...…

May 24, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 6) • Page Image 12

…Page 12 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, May 24, 1985 WfEKETD) MEET LAST CHANCE TO OUALIFY FOR NATIONALS Thinclads look to NCAAs By ADAM MARTIN native for next weekend's Nationals. TWO TEAMS - Eastern Michigan The men's and women's track teams WOLVERINES who won't be and Western Michigan - will be con- will have one final chance to qualify resting are seniors Bob Boynton, cerned. "(Eastern and Western) I for next weekend's NCAA Champion- Chris F...…

April 24, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 163) • Page Image 1

…Back door admissions: Lying By GEORGEA KOVANIS Ask Caroline how she managed to get herself into the University and she'll candidly admit that she lied her way in. After being told by her high school counselor that her grade point average didn't meet ad- missions requirements for LSA, Caroline decided upon another approach. She fibbed to University admissions counselors, feigning in- terest in a career in parks and recreation, and enrolled in...…

April 24, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 163) • Page Image 2

…Page 2 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, April 24, 1985 I 1 t i t t Fraternity placed The Vanderbilt chapter of the Phi from trying to force Barry to drink an and rea Delta Theta fraternity was placed on alcoholic beverage. ferenti probation by the Interfraternity council Potter, however, stated that this was sole sto (IFC) April 3 after active members of an individual incident and as such did Thed the fraternity were caught "hazing" not re...…

April 24, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 163) • Page Image 3

…The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, April 24, 1985 - Page 3 a S h M k N M A Y A t J 4 e 4 f 9 1 i 1 1 w r 1 ! '', Y Y i X k 4 S i i 4 Y k 1 fi t Y d P 4 5 i I 1 A M 4 t b a -HAPPENINGS- Highlight The Center for the Continuing Education of Women will present the 15th annual CEW scholarships for University women at 8 p.m. at Rackham. Films MTF-Liquid Sky, 7 & 9:30 p.m., Michigan Theater. Performances Ark-Bim, 8 p.m., 637 S. Main St. School of Musi...…

April 24, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 163) • Page Image 4

…OPINION Page 4 Wednesday, April 24, 1985 The Michigan Daily bta a n Edited and managed by students at The University of Michigan A genocide never exposed Vol. XCV, No. 163 420 Maynard St. Ann Arbor, MI 48109 Editorials represent a majority opinion of the Daily's Editorial Board a Rally today } x By Jilber P. Altinok Today marks the 70th anniversary of the first genocide of the twentieth century-the 1915 genocide of the Armenians ...…

April 24, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 163) • Page Image 5

…Unqualified (Continued from Page 1) transfer rate is not ding a community college for a year. as a high school Other back door students boycott choose geology or: summer and winter entrance so they 50 or 60 percent t can enroll along with high school frien- said. "You come in ds as fall freshman. option of 30 depart DURING THE past two years, an in- they have." crease in the number of applicants to But in any case, E the University has driven ...…

April 24, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 163) • Page Image 6

…ARTS The Michigan Daily Wednesday, April 24, 1985 Vibraphonist to jazz up Pig By Marc Taras M Y FONDNESS for the music of vibraphonist Gary Burton goes way back. Fifteen years. Back to the first night I really listened to jazz music. It has been my pleasure to see him on a number of occasions. In quar- tet with Pat Metheney over ten years ago. With Eberhard Weber featured on bass. Twice in duets with Chick Corea. Naturally I am looking for...…

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