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April 17, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 157) • Page Image 1

…Grades and sports: A delicate balance By ANDREW CHAPMAN * One kind of competition the University's athletes must adjust to is the competition for their time. It's tough enough doing well in the Big Ten Conference, without having to do well in an economics class, too. "I kind of envy the other students, because they don't have to be in the water six hours a day," said Mark Noetzel, a swimmer and education school sophomore. NOETZEL WAKES up at ...…

April 17, 1982 (vol. 91, iss. 0) • Page Image 2

….1 Page 2-Saturday, April 17, 1982-The Michigan Daily Special homes offer mentally disabled alternative lifestyles By KATHLYN HOOVER In many ways, Rick is like other 26 year olds. He's a Tiger fan and plans to see them play this season. He likes to take his girlfriend to the movies and went to see Arthur twice. He enjoys visiting friends and going to parties, and loves Twinkies. By the time most people reach 26 these activities are a part of...…

April 17, 1982 (vol. 91, iss. 0) • Page Image 3

… The Michigan Daily-Saturday, April 17, 1982-Page 3 CULS' effectiveness questioned after student representative quits By JIM SPARKS Questions regarding the effectiveness mission, and alleged secrecy of the Coalition for the Use of Learning Skills (CULS) have been raised since the resignation of one of the student mem- bers of its executive board. Debra Cisneros resigned from her position as Undergraduate Represen- tative in the CULS executiv...…

April 17, 1982 (vol. 91, iss. 0) • Page Image 4

…OPINION ' The Michigan Daily Page 4 Edited and managed by students at The University of Michigan Saturday, April 17, 1982 The University's trade-off: Research wins over education Vol. XCII, No. 157 420 Maynard St. Ann Arbor, MI 48109 Editorials represent a majority opinion of the Daily's Editorial Board Ica ,p poi 'co BC( pla wvh 113 at SCO off ati vio pr Un wi for tha sc tic re at co on th be thi clo no i.f1 sit at! tui ad at of be...…

April 17, 1982 (vol. 91, iss. 0) • Page Image 5

…Mixing grades and sports: The Michigan Daily-Saturday, April 17, 1982-Page 5 A delicate balance (Continued from Page 1) That is, until he was injured in the inal spring practice at the end of his freshman year. "The last thing on my mind was geting hurt," he said. IT WAS then that Paris realized an athletic career can be cut short by the turn of an ankle or the twist of a knee. This revelation told him to "hit the books," he said,, adding th...…

April 17, 1982 (vol. 91, iss. 0) • Page Image 6

…T. . 4 ARTS -p . , -Saturday, April 17, 1982 Making fun of the 19th however, loves another poet, Grosvenor. And on it goes. In these kind of productions it is best to enjoy the nice music and the pretty costumes, and all the grown-up people running around (can you imagine a chorus line of uniformed British dragoons?), and to swallow unquestionably the sickening sweetness of Patience and all of the equally galling sexist stereotypes fl...…

April 17, 1982 (vol. 91, iss. 0) • Page Image 7

…'Free the. By Tania Blanich HE VIRTUAL 9 are free and well .. and dancing in Ann Arbor. Thursday evening's U of M Dance Department studio concert "Free the Vir- tua1 9" proved that beyond a doubt. "The Virtual 9" are graduate students in dance who have choreographed, designed and produced the nine dar- ces being performed throughout the weekend in two different programs. No easy task, all that! But the concert, for the most part, succeeds. Thu...…

April 17, 1982 (vol. 91, iss. 0) • Page Image 8

…4 go 8-Saturday, April 17, 1982-The Michigan Daily, W A I J, . . _ * *l __ . 1 - - - -LIA -F 'I . 1 c [ 'I 1I :1 If you find your name in today's MICHIGAN DAILY classified page YOU WIN TWO FREE TICKETS to any one of STATE 1-2-3-4 MIDNIGHT MOVIES - - - - - - - - - - J - --- ----- -i-' - - - - - -- I i . . .- .i - . y". 6" L. . ..r :..a a - *I - I Lost women's glasses. Dark purple frames in grey felt case. Call rsistentl 769-3...…

April 17, 1982 (vol. 91, iss. 0) • Page Image 9

…The Michigan Daily-Saturday, April 17, 1982-Page ) _1t.;' tVnnfihllpt frnmPaasRl tU kN S _________ fromrage_8)_ Efficiency sublet, May 1I-Aug. 31, 5 r mutes to diaz a ., , nnh llutliie rid on room. Call TERM PAPERS, resumes, dissertations. Quality typing, reasonable rates, fast service. Maggie 973- 7345 persistently. OJtc TYPING-Experienced. Dissertation, thesis, manuscript, business. Fast and reasonable. 662-9948. cJ04l7 Cotflicts, fru...…

April 17, 1982 (vol. 91, iss. 0) • Page Image 10

…Page 10-Saturday, April 17, 1982-The Michigan Daily STUDY 0 O cc U H RDI MANY HILL dorm residents frequent the Taubman medical library. A FAMILIAR sign as study week approaches. 4 41 4 I LSA SENIOR John Gensheimer finds the Michigan Union a comfortable place to get some work done. 4 Ui V, AN UNUSUALLY deserted law library affords Jim Bryja some quiet concentration. a Photos by Jeff Schrier Jon Snow I …

April 17, 1982 (vol. 91, iss. 0) • Page Image 11

…t~ Mentally disabled benefit The Michigan Daily-Saturday, April 17, 1982-Page 11 from alternate care (Continued from Page 2) Alton said that he has had asthma at- tacks and was taken immediately to the hospital. The state departments thought these needs would be too hard to meet outside of an institution, said Minder. But he said the programs have been quite suc- cessful because of the professional staff and that he hopes to eventually phas...…

April 17, 1982 (vol. 91, iss. 0) • Page Image 12

…SPORTS The Michigan Daily Saturday, April 17, 1982 Blue softballers advance By JEFFREY BERGIDA Overcoming a torrential downpour which delayed play for three hours and the efforts of a tough Iowa squad, the Michigan women's softball team ad- vanced to the third round of the Big Ten Tournament with a 5-1 victory over the Hawkeyes at Mitchell Field. The Wolverines will next play North- western this morning at 10:00. The Wildcats advanced with...…

April 17, 1982 (vol. 91, iss. 0) • Page Image 13

…The Michigan Daily-Saturday, April 17, 1982-Page 13 Vaulters put 'M o9 F Both the vaulters are in their first year at Michigan. Chevillet, a sophomore from Ft. Wayne, Ind. spent a year at Jackson Community College, where he was second in the country at the junior college level in the pole vault, before moving down the road a few miles to Ann Arbor. Woolley, when coming out of high school, was wooed into attending Moorehead St. in Ken- tucky....…

April 17, 1982 (vol. 91, iss. 0) • Page Image 14

…Page 14-Saturday, April 17 1982-The Michigan Daily Blue's pitching sparks 3-iRoyals' win CLEVELAND (AP)- Vida Blue and Dan Quisenberry combined to hurl a four-hitter, and U.L. Washington trip- pled home the game-winning wun to spark the Kansas City Royals to a 3-1 victory over the Cleveland Indians last night. Blue (1-1) struck out four while yielding two of Cleveland's hits and one walk as he recorded his first American, League triumph since...…

April 16, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 156) • Page Image 1

…Making a business of ' ' athletics By ANDREW CHAPMAN Goings-on at the University's Department of Intercollegiate Athletics are making some people very unhappy.- Criticism-at least from those who feel free to speak on the record-has been escalating, and the reasons for this apparent new surge of discontent are complicated at best. THE ATTACK seems to boil down to these three complaints:, * The department is too large and obsessed with profit...…

April 16, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 156) • Page Image 2

…Page 2-Ftriday, April 16, 1982-The Michigan Daily Julian Bond to speak at, University teach-in IN BRIEF By BILL SPINDLE A campus teach-in on militarism this weekend will feature noted civil rights activist Julian Bond as the keynote speaker. Bond, a state senator from Georgia, will open the teach-in at 7:30 p.m., tonight at Rackham Hall, according to Bruce Kay, a member of the Military Awareness Coalition sponsoring the teach-in. OTHER SPEAK...…

April 16, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 156) • Page Image 3

…I The Michigan Daily-Friday, April 16, 1982-Page 3 H APPENINGS- HIGHLIGHT The third annual "Take Back The Night" march will begin at 8 p.m. in front of the Federal Building at Liberty and Fifth. The march, sponsored by the Ann Arbor Coalition Against Rape, is held each year to show support for changes that will help eliminate the incidence of rape in Ann Arbor. Over 500 people are expected to march the 3-mile route. FILMS Cinema Guild - Duck...…

April 16, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 156) • Page Image 4

… OPINION Page 4 Friday, April 16, 1982 The Michigan Daily 0 .Edited and managed by students W4 The University of Michigan The U.S. Postal Service: monopoly? Vol. XCII, No. 156 420 Maynard St. Ann Arbor, MI 48109 A dangerous mail Editorials represent a majority opinion of the Daily's Editorial Board Redefining poverty rjr BUREAUCRATS in Washington have devised a clever new way to reduce poverty in the United States that doesn't e...…

April 16, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 156) • Page Image 5

…I Minorities protest 'U' By BETH ALLEN In one of yesterday's three major campus rallies, *more than 100 minority students gathered in Regents Plaza to protest the conditions they face at the University, and to suggest ways of changing those conditions. "The University is not going to help us, we have to help ourselves," said LSA junior Dawn Moulton, as she urged students at the noon rally to unite to sup- port each other. ORGANIZED BY the Mi...…

April 16, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 156) • Page Image 6

…1J, ARTS Page 6 Friday, April 16, 1982 The Michigan Daily 'Mary Stuart' keeps its head By Elliot Jackson W ALTER- EYSSELINCK is the chairman of the LSA Theatre and Drama department. He is also the Director of the Professional Theatre Program. He is also the director of Schiller and Spender's Mary Stuart, the last production this year of the PTP's Guest Artist Series. He is also (one assumes) a man who is eager to think of himself as an in- n...…

April 16, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 156) • Page Image 7

… Joe "King" Carr Clues/Bars The Ark (1421 Hill; 761-1451) Gala Ark Auction and Event: University graduate Barry O'Neill sings Canadian and Irish songs and if you are lucky, he may even tell a few stories during this fundraising auction. The Blind Pig (208 S, First; 996-8555) Friday: Don Tapert and the 2nd Avenue Band. Saturday: Chicago Blues with the Sunnyland Slim Duo. Joe's Star Lounge (109 N. Main; 665-JOES) Big Red and His Swing Machine sw...…

April 16, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 156) • Page Image 8

… Page 8-Friday, April 16, 1982-The Michigan Daily Records G ve yourself credit for an exciting summer this year at Northwestern University. Earn credits in courses from introductory to advanced - from pre med to the performing arts. You can even earn a full years' credit in just 8 weeks this summer in one of our intensive foreign language, mathematics or science programs. And while you're catching up or getting ahead, you can explore the b...…

April 16, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 156) • Page Image 9

….. The Michigan Daily-Friday, April 16, 1982-Page 9 Should athletics share its wealth? By RICHARD DEMAK As the University's financial outlook becomes in- reasingly bleak, some students are asking why the ool's athletic department, which continually has budget surpluses, cannot share its wealth. When the University stands to lose close to another $6'million this year in state and federal funds, some students question why the athletic departm...…

April 16, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 156) • Page Image 10

…Page 10-Friday, April 16, 1982--The Michigan Daily F. ., 17 U." A, .1: V -.1, f J.L1 L.];JJ IL ii LILL -.1, Am I 1,_ _ _ __ _ _I If you find your name in today's MICHIGAN DAILY classified page YOU WIN TWO FREE TICKETS to any one of STATE 1-2-3-4 MIDNIGHT MOVIES St - - I '~. ~L21~~~L - ---I1i Furnished 6 Bedroom houses, washer and dryer, parking, garden. Ten minute walk to campus. May to May lease. $175-180/person plus utilities. 668-8873...…

April 16, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 156) • Page Image 11

…The Michigan Daily-Friday, April 16, 1982-Page 1I (O tnid frnm Pave 14) (Continue tro r age - -- Sunny 2 bedroom APARTMENT in house on Church AUGUST RENT FREE gigantic singe room nr -----ti sing--- ro--om- -iv-- Oriental Rugs We buy, sell, repair, clean, and appraise oriental rugs. 789-8555 or 995-7597. 320 E. Liberty. cM0417 Uniqie Summer Adventures: Northern Ontario Canoe trips. Great Lakes sailing cruises, survival workshop, Upper Peni...…

April 16, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 156) • Page Image 12

…--- ~- -- - - FI "CLASSES TAUGHT IN ENGLISH" The University is located in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. Our Medical Program is tailored after the traditional U.S. Model of Medical Education' and is fully accredited. OPENINGS AVAILABLE Our school is listed in Vol. 35, No. 4 of the WHO chronicle published by the World Health Organization."' SSimple. Fly Capitol Air's Economy Class. Our fares are the lowest of any scheduled airline so you ca...…

April 16, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 156) • Page Image 13

…Grid- Ii Editor's note: Rich Hewlett originally came to Viewingj Michigan in 1979 as a quarterback and started three games at that position his first two years In our meet here-including the Ohio State game in 1979. He from the pre was red-shirted last season and practiced at about this is defensive back, where he will play this year. The mistakes. Th scrimmage o football team is currently winding up its "spring about it the n practices which ...…

April 16, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 156) • Page Image 14

…THE ANN ARBOR Civic 0aI/tt Spring Concert Les Patineurs Saturday,May 1, 1982 choreographed by NANCY ABBEY 7:30 p.m. Page 14-Friday, April 16, 1982-The Michigan Daily FIVE TO GO HIGH IN DRAFT Wind =- Bourne choreographed by LEE ANN KING Peter and the Wolf. Sunday, May 2, 1982 2:00 p.m. Power Center Pros rate 4 M' ridders 4 Tickets: Adult $4 Children $2 Available at: First Position, Generations, Mr. G's Little Boot Shop, Sylvia Studio o...…

April 15, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 155) • Page Image 1

…6 Ninety-Two Years of Editorial Freedom : ' Sir igan l~a ig YA HOO Sunny today with a won- derful high in the upper 60s. ...._ n . -. Lah W Vol. XCIl No. 155 C~opyright 142, The ichigan DiJly~ Ann Arbor, Michigan-Thursday, April 15, 1982 1f Ten Cents Ten Pages _ Admissions: A By ANDREW CHAPMAN Copyright12, The Michigan Daily When Bo Schembechier feels strongly enough about getting a recruit with marginal grades into the Univers...…

April 15, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 155) • Page Image 2

…Page 2-Thursday, April 15, 1982-The Michigan Daily Hiring Wolverines: A tender issue By ANDREW CHAPMAN It's not uncommon for prospective student athletes to sign agreements to play with the Wolverines before. their high school transcripts ever arrive in the University admissions office. The practice, while fairly standard, has raised questions about the propriety of considering athletes as athletes first, and students second. And enough of ...…

April 15, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 155) • Page Image 3

…Students protest lack of cable TV By PINA SBROCCA Several West Quad residents, unhap- ,y that their dormitory is one of the few which still does not have cable , television, last week sent a notice irging other residents of the dorm to let 4heir discontent be heard. Bob Jacobs, a resident of West Quad's Williams House, headed the ive urging students to complain to the Ouilding's maintenance manager, 4ohn Schaffer, abut the delay in cable hoo...…

April 15, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 155) • Page Image 4

…4d OPINION 4 Thursday, April 15, 1982 The Michigan Daily - m Anderson rates 1980 Independent presidential called supply side economics, it is now rndidate John Anderson will be clear that the results are painfully Ming to-campus April 20 to give felt. We have nine percent unem- ployment - depending on whether you r address at Rackham Hall. An- count people who've simple given up 'rson, who currently spends much the struggle to work - bu...…

April 15, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 155) • Page Image 5

…ARTS The Michigan Daily Thursday, April 15, 1982 Page 5 A selection ofcampus film highli Barbarella ights II Roger Vadim, 1968) The year was 1968. America was being torn by a war of dissension at home, and a war of ineptitude in the jungles. No one expected that a cute, rich, and decidedly untalented ac- tress named Jane Fonda would solve the problems of a planet far, far away while wearing only the scan- tiest of clothes. You've come ...…

April 15, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 155) • Page Image 6

…- - '- - - - - ~ - - - - - ~ - - '- - - - ~ .. - - - -- - -- - - - - - - - --* 9 - - - - - - - - - - - -- - --- -- f .. . .. -I--- - _ *m - _ - -'__ - - The story of o man, whor'U wointod tomeet girlsEA Y I yufndyu sTM name in today's SICES AES E ou find your 0~~*Ill classified page YOU WIN His TWO FREE TICKETS Misr~uL to any one of ATE D a M d e ST A T E 1 - 2-3 4 I U aude..:MIDNIGHT MOVIES Lost women's glasses. Dark purple frames in grey f...…

April 15, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 155) • Page Image 7

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, April 15, 1982-Page 7, Argentine gunboats run blockade (Continued from Page6) - * 3-bdr. house available July-Aug. Very low rent. Country-like. Call 668-7099 persistently. 09U0417 Spring/Summer Sublet. 3 Bedroom house, Church St.. 1 block from S. University. Best offer-663-7255. dU0414 Summer sublet at Albert Terrace with Fall-Winter option. 2 Females needed. 2 bedroom bi-level, air conditioning, balcony. Call Lau...…

April 15, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 155) • Page Image 8

…I SPORTS The Michigan Daily Thursday, April 15, 1982 Page 8 t 1 "s 4 No hit,'M By JIM DWORMAN Western Michigan's Buster Sunde pitched the school's first no-hitter since 1970 yesterday - and lost. An error by Bronco second baseman Joe Gherna the fifth inning allowed Tony Evans to score, ruining Sunde's near-perfect outing and giving Michigan a 1-0 victory over Western in the second game of a doubleheader. THE WIN gave the Wolverines a sweep ...…

April 15, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 155) • Page Image 9

…'M' lands stellar By BOB WOJNOWSKI "I'm elated. There's definitely joy in Ann Arbor."1 That was Michigan head basketball coach Bill Frieder's reaction yesterday after, as expected, five high school seniors inked letters-of-intent to play basketball for the Wolverines. FRIEDER AND his assistants retur- ned from various points across the country with the signatures of 6-9% Roy Tarpley of Detroit Cooley, 6-9 Robert Henderson of Lansing Eastern, ...…

April 15, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 155) • Page Image 10

… Elam happy with road to Toronto By STEVEN R. KAMEN Scot Elam took a chance. After his sophomore year at Michigan 1981, Elam gambled and left school in favor of professional baseball. At stake were both his degree and the possibility of earning more money as a higher draft choice after his senior year. If Elam masters the mechanics to go with his powerful fastball, change-up, slider and especially his forkball, the ex-Wolverine could be hea...…

April 14, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 154) • Page Image 1

…I Recruiting: Scrambling for the winners Edtor's note: The following story is the first in a four-day series investigating the !perations of the University's Department of Athletics. The series will cover recruiting, admissions, athletic department policy, and the mix of athletics and academics at the University. By ANDREW CHAPMAN About the most college coaches can do to lure a top high school athlete to a university is to promise a free edu...…

April 14, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 154) • Page Image 2

…6 4 -Wednesday, April 14, 1982-The Michigan Daily Reagan plans tax credit for non-publc tu1ition ors hit cookie jar A home in the 1800 block of Washtenaw was burglarized Monday afternoon at about 4 o'clock. According to police, only pie and some cookies were taken. Police said the furniture in the apartment was rearranged by the intruders. Police have no suspects. Bike, TV equipment stolen A bicycle and a cable television jun- ction box wer...…

April 14, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 154) • Page Image 3

…Couzens elections cause uproar The Michigan Daily-Wednesday, April 14, 1982--Page 3 Newly elected MSA members sworn in By BETH ALLEN Confusion reigned this week at Couzens Hall as feuds over house council elections led to the resignation of the current council's president, vice president, and three council members. House Council President Patsy Campbell and Vice President Susan Brune resigned last week, following a decision by Couzens buildi...…

April 14, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 154) • Page Image 4

…"I r :Page 4 S - OPINION Wednesday, April 14, 1982- The Michigan Daily Edited and managed by students a.t The University of Michigan Cutting the University budget: /ol. XCII, No. 154 420 Maynard St. Ann Arbor, M1 48109 Who will win, who will lose Editorials represent a majority opinion of the Daily's Editorial Board , environmentIn M ANY OF THE classic legislative battles won during the 1970s in the name of .the environment are ...…

April 14, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 154) • Page Image 5

…ARTS, The Michigan Daily Wednesday, April 14, 1982 Page 5 Dancing for their lives 375 N. MAPLE 769-1300 BARGAIN SHOWS $2.50 Beforo 4bPM BIAKf f.DWARD'___ 4:15 700 9x35 1:15P 3 * 3:151 5;15 You'llbe glad 17:201 you camel 9:40 " 20th CENTURY CHARIOTS 4 OfFIRE1p :0 ACADEMY AWARDS! 9 Inluding BEST PICTURE 1:30 4:15 7:15 9:45 By Ellen Rieser AFTER A lapse of several years, the Pennsylvania Ballet Company will return to Power Center for perfor- ma...…

April 14, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 154) • Page Image 6

…0 1-4 : - i -' T t: ''.. I J f- - ~--- - - -- --- - *1 ' . -- - - - - - -~ - - - - - r -- - - I -..-,A-a/~iC ~ ~ ng.ps; . VHS IH MHII II -an[M, y ,:. . ..Ar S -.- -. .iI.. La ~ f I AE id, name in today's MICHIGAN DAILY classified page YOU WIN TWO FREE TICKETS to any one of STATE 1-2-3-4 MIDNIGHT MOVIES L~LLL.i A -1: I A .. '. , - '... . -i.. ..--7 - or." Lost women's glasses. Dark purple frames in grey felt case. Call persistent...…

April 14, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 154) • Page Image 7

…P a MSA (Continued from Ps officials, the extra co THE NEW PLA maximum benefits fron fered by GM Underwri unlike the old plan, it tr as it does any illness; .e outpatient coverage fro to $200 per incident. account the entire bene service," Friedlander si One important chang of a nine-month waiting existing conditions, to' changes' age 1) St is worth it from getting i )St inwrthinsurance, ta MN increases being imn n the $15,000 of- Frieander...…

April 14, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 154) • Page Image 8

…4 a0 SPORTS ro. 0 Wednesday, April 14, 1982 Page v a flue batsmen slip past Wayne State, 7-4 .: f4 1 ft.. -- l .n *. r. .w... to Greg Schulte, scoring Clem. Michigan's other two runs came in the second and fifth as they pounded in seven runs on 11 hits off three Tartar pitchers. HOWEVER, Michigan's pitching didn't fare off that much better as Middaugh had to resort to his bullpen three times. In the beginning it looked as - starter...…

April 14, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 154) • Page Image 9

…...,...-s.. b..w+~ a ,. 4 ,...,.:..:,.w«w_ .iw .. -. ..xa....... ..;.. ....rx_,aw w.x:. ..... ....na. .1.. r ,.. Ww....,v+ s.wt '."k.< .... . ...._L ..ahLt:.....x:--ww<.......« 7w........... ....... =.ue ,._,_., . .....A.. The Michigan Daily-Wednesday, April 14, 1982-Page 9 0 All-American Kremer: By DAN NEWMAN a Looking at her untied shoelaces, ragged and baggy swpatpants you wouldn't guess Kremer was a top athlete. Watching her lh and the n...…

April 14, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 154) • Page Image 10

…t a'.,,, ..x,... ..a. r:. ss .:.s-c "k:,.:...aM:aa t.. rs..a.;..a. x.:.. x , .' :,a... al 10-Wednesday, April 14, 1982-The Michigan Daily 6 6 iIIIJIU ;r~!I I I ? I1 111 I I -'%T 1'11! 1 t I 1 Y liI III q 6 6 N 4 I 4 I I 4 I I TOMORROW NIGHT Thursday, April l5th--8:30 P.M. SECOND CHANCE. Come to the Plaid. Party dressed in Plaid- FREE T-Shirts, Buttons, Posters I m …

April 13, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 153) • Page Image 1

…CLIMBING Ninety-Two Years of Editorial Freedom iaw Iit IaiIQ Aside from a chance of a shower this morning, the weather improves a little today, with climbing tem- peratures and a high in the mid-5os. Vol. XCII, No. 153 Copyright 1982, The Michigan Daily Ann Arbor, Michigan-Tuesday, April 13, 1982 Ten Cents Twelve Pages Falkiand war looms closer, 0 Haig says LONDON (AP) - U.S. Secretary of State Alexander Haig said after 111/ hours ...…

April 13, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 153) • Page Image 2

…Page 2-Tuesday April 13, 1982-The Michigan Daily Battle brews over auto emissions bill IN BRIEF (Continued from Page 1) costly, while the 1980 level was an appr- opriate balance between environmental and economic considerations. BUT, SOME environmentalists doubt that the auto industry really cares about the environment and is solely concerned with cuttings costs. "The justifications the industry has used for most of their stances (in favor o...…

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