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March 01, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 118) • Page Image 1

…Ninety-four Years E riof Editorial Freedom E 4ir 41F Iai1Q Glare A little more seasonable today with sunny skies and a high near 30. p. Vol. XCIV-No. 118 Copyright 1984, The Michigan Daily Ann Arbor, Michigan - Thursday, March 1, 1984 Fifteen Cents Ten Paces .. swig I uw=a . , TV Trudean S II Y ¢ r r. a" t .. .R y l "wn anno ces ? y tip' a. 4 u 4 An fly. ". % 3 '"I IM ri4l144 I ka ;u ' I ;y h )°i¢ n xs, r resi 'n 4 W"a N R L , K / 3...…

March 01, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 118) • Page Image 2

…4 Page 2 - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, March 1, 1984 City objects to high fire costs By COLIN ZICK Ann Arbor city officials filed an ap- peal in the state Supreme Court last week to try to overturn a lower court decision that would require the city to foot a nearly $500,000 bill for the University's fire protection costs. Since 1977 the state of Michigan has reimbursed the city's fire protection costs for public universities, but Gov. Wi...…

March 01, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 118) • Page Image 3

…HAPPENINGS- Highlight Bertolt Brecht's 1930 play St. Joan of the Stockyards opens tonight at the Residential College Auditorium, 701 East University. The show, which begins at 8 p.m. tonight will play for the next two weekends. Performances UAC - Soundstage, 8:30 p.m., U-Club, Union. The Ark - Deborah Silverstein, 8 p.m., 1421 Hill. 4 Union Arts Program - Music at Midday, Judy Tsou, Harpsichord 12:15, Pendleton Rm., Union. School of Music - Er...…

March 01, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 118) • Page Image 4

…4 OPINION Page 4 Thursday, March 1, 1984 The Michigan Daily Student lead We the undersigned are leaders of the " Students as unequal citizens various school and college governmen- A code for nonacademic behavior ts. We are writing to express our objec- pertaining only to students is based on tions to the proposed student code of the false premise that students should nonacademic conduct. This code is a be treated differently from faculty...…

March 01, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 118) • Page Image 5

…Petition drive underway to The Michigan Daily - Thursday, March 1, 1984 - Page 5 MSA blasts present version of code end je union fees for TAs (Continued from Page 1' GEO. Most graduate students are apathetic about GEO, said geradu te student David Vanderveen, one of the drive's organizers. "We've found that people have been paying because of fear of losing their jobs, not because they support the union," Vanderveen said. BUT GEO leader...…

March 01, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 118) • Page Image 6

…4 ARTS The Michigan Daily Thursday, March 1, 1984 Page6 Page 6 I 1 Rent a Car from Econo-Car We rent to 19 YR. OLD STUDENTS! Jackson thrills Grammys I Choose from small economical cars to vans. Special WEEKEND rates Pick up services upon request We accept cash deposits OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK ECONO-CAR' 438 W. Huron 761-8845 ANN ARBOR LOS ANGELES (AP) - Multi-talented Michael Jackson's eight-award sweep behind his smash album Thriller se...…

March 01, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 118) • Page Image 7

…The Michigan Daily - Thursday, March 1, 1984 - Page 7 Tragedy strikes in 'Stockyards' By Emily Montgomery W HEN A theatrical troupe limits itself to one playwright, one sen- ses a certain respect. The Brecht Com- pany, devoted to performing only the works of Bertolt Brecht, hopes to con- vey that respect tonight in their per- formance of Brecht's tragedy, St. Joan of the Stockyards. This show will be the Brecht Com- pany's third production s...…

March 01, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 118) • Page Image 8

…I Page 8 - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, March 1, 1984 17 7 1 L.. Li. -- I I 1. I - - . _--- - - - - - - - ~4- - ~ -. - - - - - .-~ - - - ~- - - ~ - , ....~ - -.~ - - - -- - - - - - - - - -. - _ 4-~ ,~ -, ... - - -- ~-. -~ - - - - _ - - - .-~- '-~ _ - . . . - - - - - - - - -~ -~-~ - - - - ~4 - - - -a -~ - -. - -. ORIGINAL/UN-CUT "CALIGULA" Rated X If you find your name in today's MICHIGAN DAILY classified page } Ili I t ,1:: ...…

March 01, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 118) • Page Image 9

…Big Ten Track Championships Friday and Saturday at the Track & Tennis Bldg. SPORTS Women's Gymnastics vs. Kentucky, EMU at Eastern Michigan Saturday, 1 p.m. The Michigan Daily Thursday, March 1, 1984 Page 9 Badger beating a must for Blue By PAUL HELGREN Prepare yourself for a barrage of basketball propaganda in the next two weeks. Every year at this time it is customary for those college basketball coaches whose teams are near the b...…

March 01, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 118) • Page Image 10

…I Page 10 - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, March 1, 1984 FORMER 'M' STAR PLAYING FOR RANGERS NHL s Richmond sticks todefense By ADAM MARTIN Steve Richmond may be playing hockey in a unique city, but New York is his kinda town. Richmond, who graduated from Michigan after playing four solid years of hockey for the Wolverines, has developed a taste for the glamour of the Big Ap- ple and the New York Ranger organization. AFTER A YEAR-and-a-half...…

March 02, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 119) • Page Image 1

…Students too busy to learn See Weekend Magazine Ninety-four Years of Editorial Freedom Cl I E LIE 43UU 1 Iai1 Better Mostly sunny with a high of about 30 degrees. Vol. XCIV-No. 119 Copyright 1984, The Michigan Daily Ann Arbor, Michigan - Friday, March 2, 1984 Fifteen Cents Ten Pages Trpley, 'M'bury Badgers, *84-75 By PAUL HELGREN Instead of playing over their heads, this time the Wisconsin Badgers got in over their heads, falling t...…

March 02, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 119) • Page Image 2

…E Page 2 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, March 2, 1984 Ex-mimister may succeed Trudeau IN BRIEF Compiled from Associated Press and United Press International reports OTTAWA (AP) - The early favorite to succeed Pierre Trudeau as Canada's next prime minister is a silver-haired Toronto lawyer who has been out of politics since he quit Trudeau's Cabinet nine years ago. Former Finance Minister John Tur- ner, 54, has been keeping his silence ever ...…

March 02, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 119) • Page Image 3

…The Michigan Daily - Friday, March 2, 1984 - Page 3 Reagonomics builds .poverty, speaker says TV writers postpone strike By ANDREA WILLIAMS Working women, along with blacks and Hispanics, have been hit hardest by Pr esident Ronald Reagan's economic policies, Sheldon Danziger, Director of the Institute of Research on Poverty, .old an audience of about 150 people athered at Rackham Auditorium vesterday. ' "The poverty rates for blacks, ispani...…

March 02, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 119) • Page Image 4

…A OPINION Page 4 Friday, March 2, 1984 The Michigan Daijy 4 An engineer's view of humanity By David Bloom After years of complacency it ap- pears that the American public is finally taking notice of the threat of global nuclear war. Cold war precedent of nationalist propaganda has given way to a new era of government mistrust and outspoken criticism. As the fallout from such media exposures as the movie "War Games," the television specia...…

March 02, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 119) • Page Image 5

…The Michigan Daily - Friday, March 2, 1984 - Paae 5 Pentagon accused of muzzling witnesses lJi - WASHINGTON (AP) - An angry Senate committee chairman yesterday accused the Defense Department of covering up defense contractors' waste and fraud by "muzzling" a whistleblower who was ordered not to testify about military auditing prac- tices. The complaint by Sen. William Roth (R-Del.) came as his Government Af- afirs Committee was told at a h...…

March 02, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 119) • Page Image 6

…A Page 6- The Michigan Daily - Friday, March 2, 1984 sp 9Soviets prepa-re for W./ el MOSCOW (AP) - the Soviet national election "campaign" - now in full swing with major speeches - is a far cry from the competitve electioneering ,of the West. It is an orderly celebration of the Communist Party, the only party that will be on Sunday's ballot when the nation votes for 1,500 deputies to the Soviet Parliament that will sit for the next five year...…

March 02, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 119) • Page Image 7

…ARTS The Michigan Daily Friday, March 2, 1984 Pae7 I UVIV 7 Envy and a deadly trap SUMMER JOBS AT TAMARACK Brighton and Ortonville, Michigan Camp Kennedy, Agree Outpost, Teen Trips cabin counselors " specialists in Arts & Crafts, waterfront, sports, trip leading, horseback riding, nature - campcraft, drama, music, dance, photography, audio-visual, computers. unit and specialist supervisors' social workers " nurses " food service staff "...…

March 02, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 119) • Page Image 8

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March 02, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 119) • Page Image 9

… Men's Basketball vs. Minnesota tomorrow, 4:00 p.m. Crisler Arena The Michigan Daily SPORTS Big Ten Track Championships today and tomorrow Track and Tennis Bldg. Friday, March 2, 1984 Page 9 'M' IU battle for By CHRISTOPHER GERBASI History may repeat itself this weekend at the Big Ten Indoor Track Championships as defending champion Indiana and host Michigan should stage another showdown for conference honors. Both Indiana's coach Sam....…

March 02, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 119) • Page Image 10

…Page 10 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, March 2, 1984 Blue bowls over Ba (Continued from Page 1) near the end of the first half; the Wolverines used the height of Roy Tar- pley and Tim McCormick to cruise to their easiest win since the opener against Northwestern. Tarpley finished with 22 points and eight rebounds, Mc- Cormick 18 and four. It was a big victory too because Ohio State lost to Illinois, moving the Wolverines in sole possession of...…

March 02, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 119) • Page Image 11

…. r .V ;_ CV WL r..~' ..*.. ........ . x .Y:Y::' :i.*;?..YFY:?f. :? .... .. No tall tales Giant Steps By Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Peter Knobler Bantam Books pp. 324, $14.95 W HEN I WAS assigned to review the autobiography of Kareem Ab- dul-Jabber, I was expecting the typical sports biography, written either to make the necessary amount of money needed to ease the star's retirement or a boring, unimaginative and usually arrogant account of ...…

March 02, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 119) • Page Image 12

… 0 w w lw rn W IGe +'-:::::. *.v .*. xv,."i: *. ::: *..'..:: ... ....... .: ..x , r::. r:.:. ' .**.*.* . .*w.::..*:. *. COVER STORY Winners Page 1 This week's cover story won first-place in the 1983 LSA Student Government essay contest on the value of a liberal arts education. LSA Senior Kent Grayson received $200 for his fictional essay, entitled Mike's Beard, about a calculus teaching assistant who dares to mix Shakespeare's poetry wi...…

March 02, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 119) • Page Image 13

…w w w w VV Beards from Page 1 pensity for both mathematics and English. He eventually chose a mathematics concentration, but pot before taking a heavy dose of English courses. Mike's most noteworthy accomplish- ment as an undergraduate was using a radical line of thought to reduce a previously inviolate proof from nine steps to eight. His second greatest accomplish- ment was the cultivation of an extraor- dinary beard; he seemed to ha*e been ...…

March 02, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 119) • Page Image 14

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March 02, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 119) • Page Image 18

…Ford Escort Diesel: Better mileage than this leading import. We didn't believe it at first, either. But EPA testing figures established it. Our new Escort Diesel is rated approximately four miles per gallon higher than a Honda 750. Just take a look at our numbers: EPA And because 46 EST. this diesel is MPG. an Escort, 68 HY. there's a lot 1VV more to talk about than great economy. Like the fact that Escort's the best-selling car in the world....…

March 02, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 119) • Page Image 19

…Newsweek MY TURN OnCampus You Can Go Home Again By DAVID HANDELMAN Bernard Gotfryd-NEWSWEEK 0 a 0 i CONTENTS MARCH 1984 You can't go home again." That's what they say. Yet after a postgraduation summer bumming around Europe, I woke up one night having no idea where I was, slowly realizing as my eyes focused that I was back in the bedroom of my childhood. Unemployed. Undecided. Home. While comforted by the knowledge that many other recen...…

March 02, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 119) • Page Image 20

… 0 0 MEDICINE Newsweek OnCamuusN OvrcomingDyslexia A misunderstood disorder frustrates its victims, but new programs help them continue their education. D ebra Schulze, a 26-year-old engi- were administered, 80 percent of them to neering student at Hunter College, the learning disabled. has spent more than two years in Colleges do give allowances for certified therapy. She now feels in control of her life, learning disabilities when making...…

March 02, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 119) • Page Image 21

…0 0 0 C L A S S I F I E D S LETTERS Newsweek OnCampus Campus stereo sales represen- tatives needed. Terrific earnings potential. Dealer catalog $3.00 SVC.REP 85 Columbus Avenue, Pleasantville, NY 10570 MEET FRIENDS NATION- WIDE-For hobbies, sports, vacations...Write Electronic Exchange, Box 68-N6, Manhat- tan Beach, CA 90266 ORIGINAL MOVIE POSTERS! WINTER/SPRING CATALOG $2.00 (REFUNDABLE). POSTER GALLERY, P.O. BOX 2745-DEPT. 14-ANN ARB...…

March 02, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 119) • Page Image 22

…Newsweek CAREERS OnCampus The High- Tech Pa iff As machines replace many routine jobs, new worlds will open for people who think. he future used to look like a pretty jobs for the '90s will require college gradu- this June (and maybe double that number *good place to be. A now-forgotten ates who display not only technical mas- in 1990); L TV Aerospace and Defense Co. writer named W. Parker Chase tery, but the ability to think and manage will v...…

March 02, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 119) • Page Image 23

…-y_ LIFE/STYLE ble. So you can sing your rugby songs, you can do your home- work, you can do anything here." Firm but fair, that's the Oasis. Its bartenders are well known for being the toughest "carders" around. On the other hand, when a junior or sen- ior turns 21, legal drinking age in California, the O staff is among the first to offer its con- gratulations . . . with a free pitcher of beer. WILLIAM ELLIS III mind if customers stretch o...…

March 02, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 119) • Page Image 24

… te_ 1 _ . -+ . i_._ti _. 0 Newsweek OnCampus } 1 1 e I I I CAREERS LIFE/STYLE Thel1w fige of thl iiBd While Americans ponder how much technology will change the work place of the near future, another factor-a non- technological one-promises to have as stunning an effect on the job market: the graying of America. More than 1,600 peo- ple turn 65 every day and by the year 2035 the number of people over 65 is expected to double. "There w...…

March 02, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 119) • Page Image 25

…0 0 A Home Away romDorm Every college has a hangout-a place where you can eat, drink, talk, study or cry. college without a good hangout is right, a student can count on being left other college memories have faded. If the like a ship without a lifeboat. A alone when he wants to be, or fussed over place has closed, their grief becomes al- hangout is a place where a student when he needs that. Also, there's food. A most unbearable. Listen t...…

March 02, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 119) • Page Image 26

… @1 K. -1 0_ CAREERS i 1 --- Too iMeangj Profession6Iase Legal, medical and business degrees once were golden passkeys. Now they are losing some of their luster. nee upon a time, the letters J.D., tion and federal cutbacks have also created O1 M.D. and M.B.A. seemed to spell a glut of lawyers in Washington, D.C. In the "guaranteed jobs." A diploma three highest-paid business fields-man- from law, medical or business school was a agement ...…

March 02, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 119) • Page Image 27

…0 iNOPSTAGE ALL YOU WANT IF MAILED T IN THET KNOW UNITED STATES I. BUSINESS REPLY CARD FIRST CLASS PERMIT NO. 250 LIVINGSTON, NJ. POSTAGE WILL BE PAID BY ADDRESSEE NEWWE 0M C PU THE NEWSWEEK BUILDING BOX 414 LIVINGSTON, N.J. 07039 I11iii I BUSINESS REPLY CARD FIRST CLASS PERMIT NO. 250 LVINGSTON, NJ. POSTAGE WILL BE PAID BY ADDRESSEE NWSW P THE NEWSWEEK BUILDING BOX 414 LIVINGSTON, NJ. 07039 BUSINESS REPLY CARD FIRST CLASS PERMIT NO.250 ...…

March 02, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 119) • Page Image 29

…MUSIC - OnCampus Triumph of the 'New' By JIM SULLIVAN __ - O- 1f' I.jb The year 1983 will be remembered as the time the rock and roll tide finally turned. Actually, "turned" might be too mild a word for what has happened over the past 18 months. Last year American rock and roll fans embraced a brave new world of pop called New Music, and this commercial and cultural tidal wave crumbled the sea wall of stodgy mainstream rock. A new crop of...…

March 02, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 119) • Page Image 30

… 0 POPULAR {WITH THE STU ENT BODI ES. EnglishLeathier After shave, cologne and toiletries for men. Make them part of your day, every day. English Leather Drives Women Crazy AMERICA'S BEST KEPT SECRET: WHAT'S ON THE PAYCHECK? Underpaid? Want to know where the money is? Or where the jobs are? How much you should be making? In Dallas, Seattle or A Washington? Now, salaries are secret no more. Because The , American Almanac of Jobs and Salaries...…

March 02, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 119) • Page Image 31

…F U Pallottine FATHERS & BRO1THERS SINC E 1835 The Pa ottine Fathers &Brothers- A group of men dedicated to the general increase, defense and propagation of faith and charity. / Pa 1ottine -'Fathers & Brothers P.O. BOX 1838, P.G. PLAA I HYA T5VILLE, MD 20788 Please sendinforation I I about the PllottineI I Q Priesthood 0 Brotherhood 9o I Name I Address I city State/Ap I Phone Age- NATIONAL Mondale receiving birthday cake at Alabama: The cand...…

March 02, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 119) • Page Image 32

… CAREERS 0 dawn to sign up for interviews with particu- larly desirable employers. Craig Seitel, a senior economics major at Minnesota, re- cently managed to make the lists by arriving at the guidance center at 6 a.m.-and count- ed himself lucky: "I know a couple of really sharp guys who didn't get interviews be- cause they were all filled up. They have only 12 spots per company." growing number of universities are switching to a "bid syste...…

March 02, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 119) • Page Image 33

…NATIONAL AFFAIRS Newsweek OnCampus The New Political Realists While most students ignore Campaign '84, the dedicated learn their lessons. L ong beforehetrooped toNew Hamp- dents is taking a pass on politics, a signifi- organization has more than doubled, from shire in early January to campaign cant minority is working hard. While this 50,000to 125,000,infouryears. (TheDemo- for Gary Hart, political-science ma- year's campus campaigners may ...…

March 02, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 119) • Page Image 34

… Here's your chance to find out what our policy makers know about this year's major foreign policy issues... and to tell them what you would do if the decisions were in your hands. Great Decisions '84 is a lively briefing that lets you be a political insider. Pub- lished by the Foreign Policy Association, a nonpartisan educational organization, this booklet gives you unique insight into this year's most important issues. You'll learn about U.S...…

March 02, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 119) • Page Image 35

…MULTIPLE CHOICE Princeton Talks, America Listens 0 0 i CAREERS I i This year, as it celebrates its 10th anniver- sary by donating its tape archives to the Museum of Broadcasting in New York City, "American Focus" claims the biggest audience (2 million-3 million) and widest network (more than 400 stations) of any public-affairs interview-and-discussion se- ries on radio. Its guests have included Sen. William Proxmire (who called it "rele...…

March 02, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 119) • Page Image 36

…00 Newsweek MULTIPLE CHOICE OnCampus i f f f oup ks They'd Sooner Smoke a Clove Strange, the things a school term can be remembered for. At Oklahoma, late 1983 became the Season of the Clove as a sud- den and seemingly insatiable demand for imported clove cigarettes competed for at- tention with the Sooner football team on the Norman campus. Everyone from greeks to New Wavers was smoking them-at parties, at meals, in the libraries ("I've got...…

March 03, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 120) • Page Image 1

…Ninety-four YFears of Editorial Freedom C I be Lit i&1atl ~E~ai1v Resurrection Sunny today with highs in the mid-thirties. r _... _ Vol. XCIV-No. 120 Copyright 1984, The Michigan Daily Ann Arbor, Michigan - Saturday, March 3, 1984 Fifteen Cents Eight Pages Measles drive draws 9,600 students; some wi n free pizza By SUSAN MAKUCH University Health Services administered 4,220 measles vaccinations during their two-week immunization dr...…

March 03, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 120) • Page Image 2

…4 Page 2 - The Michigan Daily - Saturday, March 3, 1984 Amherst abolishes fraternities IN BRIEF. Fraternity members at Amherst College will have to look for another place to drink their beer, thanks to recent steps by the school's top of- ficials. The administration at the Massachusetts college approved a proposal which abolishes the school's eight fraternities. All of the fraternities were co-ed. COLLEGES According to The Amherst Student,...…

March 03, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 120) • Page Image 3

…The Michigan Dail Chrysler renegotiates Michigan loan LANSING, Mich. (UPI) - The "new" Chrysler Corp. is getting a new deal on its $150-million loan from Michigan, in- eluding a shorter repayment schedule and lower interest, it was announced yesterday. The original terms of the loan called for an interest rate of 15.5 percent and a repayment schedule stretching through 1995. { UNDER THE new terms, the interest rate is dropped to 11 percent a...…

March 03, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 120) • Page Image 4

…4 OPINION . Page 4 Saturday, March 3, 1984 The Michigan Daily In defense of American Heritage By Scott Winkelman A partial list of American pastimes would probably read as follows: baseball, dinner at McDonald's, soap operas, and berating foreign countries for their censorship activities. Whether in congressional hearings, athletic club locker rooms, or dorm cafeterias, one can most always partake in a juicy discussion of Soviet and...…

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