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October 31, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 41) • Page Image 1

…E Rtc i!3dU Iait!1 Ninety-six years of editorial freedom Vol. XCVI - No.41 Copyright 1985, The Michigan Daily Ann Arbor, Michigan - Thursday, October 31, 1985 Eight Pages Campa~gn for Mich. 'fund-drive goes well By STEPHEN GREGORY Leaders of the Campaign for Michigan, a project designed to sup- plement government funding sources p the Univerity, announced this week They have raised two-thirds of their $160 million goal in the first ph...…

October 31, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 41) • Page Image 2

…Page 2 - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, October 31, 1985 Inquiring Photographer by Dan Habib "Are you satisfied with the Michigan Student Assembly's performance in the last year? i Ron Taylor, graduate :student: "I think they've been good. A number of the issues they've pursued are things that I think are impor- ;tant, like the code." Diane Averill, LSA junior: Celia Peters, LSA freshman: "I think they're doing a good "It seems to me that ...…

October 31, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 41) • Page Image 3

…The Michigan Daily - Thursday, October 31, 1985- page 3 Mondale's state campaign manager speaks at 'U' By MELISSA BIRKS Ellen Globakar, who has been working on political campaigns since age 16, looked back yesterday on the defeats and the victories her can didates have experienced over the years, advising students never to un derestimate the value of their politica contributions. Speaking before political science Prof. Greg Markus' contempora...…

October 31, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 41) • Page Image 4

…al OPINION Thursday, October 31, 1985 Page 4 The Michigan Doily Stagnating protests A disease is infecting Ann Arbor. It tends to affect people with soft hearts and a passionate desire to be arrested. It's called protester chic, and it's playing at a sit-in near you. In the past few weeks, I think we've all gotten a little bit sick of seeing stories about protesters. They're everywhere: in EriC Mattson front of the Union disrupting Georg...…

October 31, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 41) • Page Image 5

…ARTS The Michigan Daily Thursday, October 31, 1985 Page 5 Minutemen to sound the call in Detroit By Hobey Echlin B RACE YOURSELVES and ready yourselves for a night of eclectic rock 'n' roll frenzy. Six months and two records later, here come the Minutemen to amaze Detroit again. The Minutemen gained national at- tention with their much lauded four- sided gem Double Nickels On the Dime, followed by their Project Mer- sh EP ("Something for...…

October 31, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 41) • Page Image 6

…Page 6 - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, October 31, 1985 Halioween traditions haunt 'U (Continued from Page 1) that had been burning all year in their hearths, and then light a new fire with the flame from the giant bonfire. Fagan p iests also sacrificed animals-ar sometimes criminals and people believed to practice sor- c ery-to appease the spirits. They tossed the sacrificial bodies into the hilltop blazes, giving them their literal names "...…

October 31, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 41) • Page Image 7

…Cross Country Big Ten Championships Saturday morning University Golf Course The Michigan Daily SPORTS Thursday, October 31, 1985 Women's Swimming Michigan Relays Saturday, 3:30 Matt Mahn Pool S Page 7 'IM Molars dr By HOWARD SOLOMON The band was there. So were the cheerleaders. There were the usual pre-game festivities, including plenty of food, drink, and honking car horns. After all, it was the most important game of the year. It was h...…

October 31, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 41) • Page Image 8

…Page 8 The Michigan Daily -Thursday, October 31, 1985 Pistons deep Sixed in OT, 132-125* I RB'Sa By Barb McQuade PHILADELPHIA (UPI) - Moses Malone scored 31 points last night, in- cluding 7 in overtime, to lead the Philadelphia 76ers to a 132-125 victory over the Detroit Pistons. Malone's three-point play with 1:14 left in the extra period gave Philadelphia a 124-118 lead after the two teams were tied 113-113 at the end of regulation. Detr...…

October 30, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 40) • Page Image 1

… S ir 41P IEIUII Ninety-six years of editorialfreedom Vol. XCVI-- No. 40 Copyright 1985, The Michigan Daily Ann Arbor, Michigan - Wednesday, October 30, 1985 Eigh STUDENTS TO QUESTION SHAPIRO t Pages Groups j By JERRY MARKON Two Michigan Student Assembly committees along with the Latin American Solidarity Committee and Campuses Against Weapons in Space will co-sponsor a rally on University President Harold Shapiro's lawn before his ...…

October 30, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 40) • Page Image 2

…40 Page 2 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, October 30, 1985 - Sakharov's wife to be released from exile MOSCOW (AP) - Yelena Bonner,' wife Nobel Peace Prize laureate An- Airei Sakharov, will be released from exile in the Soviet Union and allowed to go to the West for medical treat- 'ment, a Soviet journalist said yester- day. If the report is true, it could signal a reversal of Kremlin policy toward Sakharov, the country's best known dissid...…

October 30, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 40) • Page Image 3

… - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, October 30, 1985 - Page 3 Dorm residents sign up for fast By MARC CARREL Dorm residents are signing up this week to participate in a meal fast which is being held in conjunction with Oxfam America's 12th Annual Fast for a World Harvest. Students will forgo their evening meal on Nov. 21, contributing the money to charity. THE WORLD Hunger Education Action Committee, which is spon- soring the. event locally, i...…

October 30, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 40) • Page Image 4

…OPINION Wednesday, October30, 1985 Page 4 The Michigan Daily 0, S ridw 1ai1y Edited and managed by students at The University of Michigan Complexities of tax reform Vol. XCVI, No. 40 420 Maynard St. Ann Arbor, MI 48109 Editorials represent a majority opinion of the Daily's Editorial Board Disarming ideal THE PROPOSED handgun ban ordinance presented at a special session of the City Council is reason to rejoice. Members of Citizens f...…

October 30, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 40) • Page Image 5

…Page 5-- The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, October 30, 1985 HEALTH & FITNESS Caffeine linked to heart palpitations ........................ .... r -c -ti *Acne suf erers may m' s neti fom stu By TIM DALY Is caffeine a potentially hazardous drug, or is it simply a highly effective stimulant? According to Dr. Caesar Briefer, director of University Health Service, caffeine fits both descriptions. "CAFFEINE IS well known as a stimulant that inc...…

October 30, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 40) • Page Image 6

…4 ARTS Wednesday, October 30, 1985 The Michigan Daily Page 6 'C rue sin' Ann Arbor By Richard Williams S CENE ONE: It's dark, but there's plenty of glitter. Men look like girls. Girls look like hell. Lotsa feathered hair. Lotsa designer jeans. The air is tainted with poor taste. Richard: Hey Ho-B. Crue. They rock, don't they? Ho-B: They certainly do. And so do the braless 15-year- old-girls that paid $45 (including t-shirts and drugs) t...…

October 30, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 40) • Page Image 7

…'Better Off Dead' The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, October 30, 1985- Page 7 comes to life ByRuth Ann Weadock I N A WAY, Better Off Dead is a movie that could easily live up to its title. It is riddled with too many stereotypes and an utterly predictable plot. Filling in the gaps, however, is the delightfully entertaining John Cusak as Lane Myer, a "not-quite- normal" high school guy (presumably a senior, but when do movie highschool kids eve...…

October 30, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 40) • Page Image 8

…4 Cross Country Big Ten Championships Saturday morning University Golf Course The Michigan Daily SPORTS Hockey vs. Canadian National Team Friday and Saturday, 7:30 p.m. Yost Ice Arena Wednesday, October 30, 1985 Page 8 'M' middle guard has 29 tackles A Tornado nightmare wakes-up Harris By PHIL NUSSEL Tornado season usually hits the midwest in the spring and summer months, but for Michigan middle guard Billy Harris, tornadoes ar'e a ye...…

October 29, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 39) • Page Image 1

…Copyright 1985, The Michigan Daily 3ktigan Ninety-six years of editorialfreedom Ann Arbor, Michigan - Tuesday, October 29, 1985 1Eai1 Vol. XCVI -No. 39 Ten Pages Shapiro hopes to find new VP soon By ERIC MATTSON University President Harold Shapiro said yesterday he hopes to find a successor to Billy Frye, vice { president for academic affairs and provost, before Frye leaves next May. Shapiro has appointed an eight- member committee to h...…

October 29, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 39) • Page Image 2

…Page 2 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, October 29, 1985 0 HARVARD PROF. ACCEPTS MONEY FROM AGENCY CIA activities spreading to academics (Continued from Page 1) project entitled "forcasting policy decisions," which ceased being fun- ded in 1979. NEITHER of these professors could be reached for comment yesterday, aqyd Plawchan would not provide more details about the projects. Lesch and University Vice President for Research Linda Wilson s4i...…

October 29, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 39) • Page Image 3

…The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, October 29, 1985 - Page V Protesters plead not guilty in court By CHRISTY RIEDEL Demonstrators arrested during last week's protest against the Central In- telligence Agency yesterday entered pleas of not guilty at their arraign- rments in 15th District Court. A pre-trial conference for the protesters has been set for Nov. 12. AT THAT time, the defense and prosecution will review the case, said Nancy Francis, an a...…

October 29, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 39) • Page Image 4

…0 OPINION Page 4 Tuesday, October 29, 1985 The Michigan Daily I Edited and managed by students at The University of Michigan Missing the point of protest Vol. XCVI, No. 39 420 Maynard St. Ann Arbor, MI 48109 Editorials represent a majority opinion of the Daily's Editorial Board Abortion funding rerun If at first you try, try again ... There's no sense fool about it." don 't succeed, and then quit. being a damn -W. C. Fields L EAD...…

October 29, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 39) • Page Image 5

… The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, October 29, 1985 - Page 5 Fire at Kappa house causes little damage By EVE BECKER and LENA HERNANDEZ An electrical fire last night on the first floor of Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority located at 1204Hill St. caused little damage, fire officials said. The fire started when the heat from a water pipe wore away the insulation from electrical wires and caused them to short, said Bob Harris, an in- spector for the Ann Ar...…

October 29, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 39) • Page Image 6

…Page 6 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, October 29, 1985 Shapfro names panel for guideline review 6 Search begins for VP (Continued from Page 1) Wilson said that 'familiarity or lack offamiliarity with the guidelines was nfr a criterion in the selection process." #"I'M NOT surprised they haven't read the guidelines," she continued. "Our faculty don't generally pore oarer regental guidelines." «he added that this lack of tbckground will help ...…

October 29, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 39) • Page Image 7

…. ARTS Tuesday, October 29, 1985 The Michigan Daily Page 7 Maazelconducts Munich U Ii l jfe Epresents AN EVENING WITH By Rebecca Chung F OUNDED IN 1893, the Munich Philharmonic, while managing to 1-"maintain a world-renowned *reputation in spite of two world wars, /has attracted Mahler, Richard Strauss, Szell, Solti, and Kempe to its podium. Lorin Maazel, who will be conducting tonight's performance, is touted as "one of the world's mos...…

October 29, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 39) • Page Image 8

…6 Page 8 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, October 29, 1985 Avalan By arwulf arwulf B LUE NOTE, BLUE NOTE, everybody catch the Blue Note.r As promised, the Blue Note reissue campaign is in full swing, building up steam and dumping literally dozensl of reissues and new sessions in our laps. The WCBN FM music staff is hard pressed to keep up with the1 avalanche, but who's complaining?1 Arwulf. I should be grateful for this, and I am, but upon pi...…

October 29, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 39) • Page Image 9

…Cross Country Big Ten Championships Saturday morning University Golf Course SPORTS Hockey vs. Canadian National Team Friday and Saturday, 7:30 p.m. Yost Ice Arena Page 9 The Michigan Daily Tuesday, October 29, 1985 fourth in AP 1 Iw(5)......7-0-0 1,160 11. Miami (Fla.) ........ 6-1-0 548 2. Florida...........6-0-1 1,060 12. Okla. State........5-1-0 539 3. Penn State.........7-0-0 1,025 13. Baylor.............7-1-0 537 4. MICHIGAN...........…

October 29, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 39) • Page Image 10

…Page 10 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, October 29, 1985 COLLINS' CREW HITS BOTTOM Spartans stuff stickers Blue Lines 'r, By CHRISTIAN M. MARTIN After several near misses and great efforts by the always optimistic Michigan field hockey team, the cookie has finally crumbled. Last weekend the Wolverines faced the Spartans at Michigan State and the outcome, a 4-0 loss, was far from good. "WE REALLY didn't play well at all," said coach Karen...…

October 28, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 38) • Page Image 1

…E LIE 43UU 13at1Q Ninety-six years of editorial freedom Ann Arbor, Michigan - Monday,_October 28, 1985 Vol. XCVI-- No. 38 Copyright 1985, The Michigan Daily Eight Pages World Champs See Page 7 Homecoming ! Tarpley hurt See Page 7 dF " editor agrees to run ads By JILL OSEROWSKY The editor of the student newspaper at Wayne State University reversed her ban on military recruiting adver- tisements Friday, ending a two- month-long controve...…

October 28, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 38) • Page Image 2

…Page 2- The Michigan Daily - Monday, October 28, 1985 CIA protesters to be arraigned today IN BRIEF COMPILED FROM ASSOCIATED PRESS AND UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL REPORTS By KERY MURAKAMI The 26 demonstratrors arrested last week in protests against the Central Intelligence Agency will be arraigned today on charges ranging from trespassing to hindering and opposing a police officer. Originally, each protester was to be formally charged at a s...…

October 28, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 38) • Page Image 3

…The Michigan Daily - Monday, October 28, 1985 -Page 3 BUSINESS Laywer addresses wage disparity By NANCY BRAIMAN An activist concerned with pay equity said Friday night that the culprit of wage disparity is the em- ployer who segregates employees into jobs for men, jobs for women and jobs for minorities. "This segregated work force is the key to wage disparity," said Winn Newman, a Washington attorney, who addressed a crowd of about 40 peop...…

October 28, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 38) • Page Image 4

…I OPINION Monday, October 28, 1985 Page 4. The Michigan Daily i Edited and managed by students at The University of Michigan Vol. XCVI, No. 38 420 Maynard St. Ann Arbor, MI 48109 Editorials represent a majority opinion of the Daily's Editorial Board The CIA 's troubled visit Armed forces LSA-SG By Michael Brown One of the best things about a large University is the very fact that it is large. Why? Simply because a large Universi...…

October 28, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 38) • Page Image 5

…ARTS Monday, October 28, 1985 The Michigan Daily Page 5 Playwright's wit cannot stand alone By Seth Flicker WASPs. Are they a dying breed being replaced by upwardly .nobile urban professionals or are ay's materialistic yuppies morrow's staunchy WASPs? This is tie central theme treated by A.R. Gurney in his crisp and lively play The Dining Room. If only the Ensem- ble Theatre Company's production were as crisp and lively as Gurney in- tende...…

October 28, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 38) • Page Image 6

…Page 6 - The Michigan Daily - Monday, October 28, 1985 Homecomng m (Continued from Page 1) For the third year in a row, Triangle called "Jazz Age" that depicted won the float contest. Roaring '20s bar scene, complete with Hundreds of onlookers lined S. a keg and a bartender. University, State Street, and N. Un- South Quad Residence Hall entered iversity as the parade passed by. "Barnstormers - The Blue Baron Eastern Michigan University student...…

October 28, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 38) • Page Image 7

…Cross Country Big Ten Championships Saturday morning University Golf Course SPORTS Hockey vs. Canadian National Team Friday and Saturday, 7:30 p.m. Yost Ice Arena Page 7 The Michigan Daily Monday, October 28, 1985 R aScoring blitzgives Ryal !K.C. game, Series Tarpley sidelined for surgery KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - The Kansas City Royals, rallying behind the five-hit pitching of Bret Saberhagen, completed one of baseball's most .shocking ...…

October 28, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 38) • Page Image 8

…Page 8 - The Michigan Daily - Monday, October 28, 1985 Evasive Morris keys Michigan attack A By MIKE REDSTONE While the 1985 Wolverines have been best known for coming up with the big play on defense, tailback Jamie Morris has progressed this season to become the key man on an often inconsistent offensive unit. Morris, the second-shortest player on the Michigan roster at 5-7, has rushed for 723 yards in seven games this year, including 179 i...…

October 25, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 37) • Page Image 1

…cl b]C Ninety-six years of editorialfreedom 43 all .., Vol. XCVI - No. 37' Copyright 1985, The Michigan Daily Ann Arbor, Michigan - Friday, October 25, 1985 Ten Pages 'M' PRIMED Hoosiers to Protesters attempt to reschedule heari'tngs By CHRISTY RIEDEL Twenty-six demonstrators arrested Tuesday and Wednesday during a protest of CIA recruiting tried unsuc- *gessfully yesterday to speed up their arraignments in 15th District Court. A...…

October 25, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 37) • Page Image 2

…Page 2 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, October 25, 1985 CIA protesters fail to I t n> a3 b II I GRAND OPENING Fuji Restaurant Discorei'- dapait. An invitation to enjoy exquisite Japanese cuisine in our lovely oriental setting at 327 Braun Ct. (across from Farmer's Market) Ann Arbor " (313) 663-3111 Lunches from $3.95, Dinners from $7.50 CLOSED SUNDAY - Major Credit Cards Accepted Catering + Private Party Room " Box Lunches move up a (...…

October 25, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 37) • Page Image 3

…The Michigan Daily - Friday, October 25, 1985 - Page 3 Profs hold 'Star Wars' debate (Continued from Page 1) in regional affairs because the arms build-up transformed the Cold War away from direct conflict in Europe to regions such as Afghanistan, Cam- bodia, and Angola, Tanter said. Another purpose of the build-up, he added, was to "make Western Europe an extenion of Eastern Europe" and to "divide Europe from America." "The (U.S.) answer to...…

October 25, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 37) • Page Image 4

…I a r. r -, .4 t4 'a OPINION e 4 Friday, October 25, 1985' CIA protesters, hotel plan put The Michigan Daily on ice 4 4 Most students suffer the sweaty-palm A syndrome when they approach the office of Career Planning and Placement on the p: third floor of the Student Activities Building. Facing those recruiters is scary stuff. This Tuesday and Wednesday, however, the tables were turned as recruiters for the " Central Intelligence Agency...…

October 25, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 37) • Page Image 5

…The Michigan Doily - Friday, October 25, 1985- Page 5 'Twister'pI (Continued from Page 1) Homecoming. APPROXIMATELY 30 students jumped into the middle of the Diag mat, and turned themselves inside out for the first of two Twister games. They complained of stiffening muscles and found themselves in positions that would jeopardize the career of any respected senator. But even after that, most conceded - through red, strained, faces - that they ...…

October 25, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 37) • Page Image 6

… For the best selection of quality costumes Impressive Image ADULT COSTUME RENTALS Look for 172 N. Washington St., Ypsilanti Fri., Oct. 25, 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Sat., Oct. 26, 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Wed., Oct. 30, 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Thurs., Oct. 31, 7 a.m.-6 p.m. Sat., Nov. 2, 11 a.m.-6 p.m. All others by appointment only. ISA Featuring Rent-A-Casket MAKEUP * MASKS * ACCESSORIES Page 6 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, October 25, 1985 Vigil marks S. African poe...…

October 25, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 37) • Page Image 8

…A u rhe Michigan Daily ARTS Friday, October 25, 1985 descends into Page 8 'Orpheus' 1 By Noelle Brower T TOOK Tennessee Williams 17 years to write Orpheus Descen- di. In the play's preface he called it "the emotional record of (his) youth," a familiar theme throughout the work of Wiliams. Is then Williams Orpheus, descending into his own, self-made hell? Williams is known for his creation of self-destructive characters; it fits that he...…

October 25, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 37) • Page Image 9

…SPORTS t The Michigan Daily Friday, October 25, 1985 Page 9 "M' looking to ground Falcons Wolverine defense to be tested by Bowling Green By MARK BOROWSKY As much as Wolverine hockey coach Red Berenson loves to see his icers put the puck in the net - they have scored 24 goals in 4 games - he knows that this weekend's series with Bowling Green will depend on defen- se. 'I think that we can score goals," said Berenson whose club is 2-2 an...…

October 25, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 37) • Page Image 10

…Page 10 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, October 25, 1985 WE DARE YOU! I W IARD 'S HAUNTED BARN Open evenings 7 - 10 p.m. Sat. & Sun. 10:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. 5565 Merritt Rd. 482-7744 *Not recommended for feeble heart or those under 10 years old. DONORS NEEDED - WE PAY CASH - Ypsilanti Plasma MICHIGAN En * $10 bonus with this ad PEARSON* Z O * Will pay bus fare with PEARL U-M Student I.D. * Open for new donors Mon., Wed., & Fri. 9-12:30 I Etrc o T...…

October 25, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 37) • Page Image 11

… f y . C qp". '9 RRKENE October 25, 1985 GET A MAJOR HEADSTART INTO IANAGEMENT Career Guide '85 ft .I With graduation progressively in sight, Nissan Motor Corporation would like to take this time to meet with you to discuss exciting career opportu- nities nationwide. Nissan representatives will be on campus NOVEMBER 13 & 14 with valuable infor- mation on how you could become a part of their comprehensive training program. After success...…

October 25, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 37) • Page Image 12

… U U W -f w 1I INSIDE Internship provides valuable insight into career choice FIRST OPTOMETRY'S NEV GLM, Job forecast College graduates with engineering degrees receive more jobs and higher salary offers than their peers, but1 employment prospects for liberal arts1 grads are brightening. Staff writerI Amy Mindell has details on this and. on the marketability of graduate degrees. See page 3. Beyond liberal arts Liberal arts majors wond...…

October 25, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 37) • Page Image 13

…. ':I' a... ,e /'. Column: The value of an nter By Laurie DeLater W HAT KIND OF a mess did I get myself into?" I wailed into the phone to my father, who was hundreds of miles back home in Michigan. It was a week into my in- ternship at The Pittsburgh Press and the day my first story ran - what was left of it, anyway, after a lousy editing job. Like any nervous intern, I had spent several painstaking hours on my first I +s ^ "" "'r"7...…

October 25, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 37) • Page Image 14

…_ __ __ _ _ I -__ ~~: ~ ~ - -y "_ ya0 I = 0 -, f Liberal arts grads: No one path to jobs Relax! Here's help for frantic resume By Eric Mattson STUDENTS OFTEN joke about what they see as the dead end of a liberal arts education. What can liberal arts majors do? they ask. Spout forth reams of information about the French Revolution, Charles Dickens, or the Pythagorean theorem? That's not the kind of knowledge that helps get a job, they th...…

October 25, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 37) • Page Image 15

….. ,. Yi. r By Stephen Gregory 0F ALL THE aspects of job hun- Jting, nothing may be as agonizing as those half-hour interviews with prospective employers who try to ex- pose your personality while you at- tempt to deftly size up their com- panies. With a bit of research and familiarity with the format of an in- terview, however, that agony can be overcome. "The objective of the interview is to convince the interviewer you will fit in perfectl...…

October 25, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 37) • Page Image 16

…Demand, not salary, rises for educators. * SR:. ns~nnag i s M college graduates specializing in a variety of subjects, she said. Recruiting the new faculty members wasn't a problem she said, but added, "I'm sure we'll feel the pressure soon. We have potentially 100 teachers who could retire this year." Harold Fowler, assistant director of the University's Office of Career Planning and Placement, noted that virtually all students who earn tea...…

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