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May 05, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 1) • Page Image 1

…FSSU BSC R IBE N O.VFE iSU The Michigan Daily Vol. XCIII, No. 1-S x Ann Arbor, Michigan-Thursday, May 5, 1983 Free Issue Twenty-eight Pages, Controversial art display ordered down By GEORGEA KOVANIS BKV S their safety," Bayliss said. "They coi [v_ __ V __ d" - - .,t: . -- e if p t haza d " n- Art School Dean George Bayliss last month ordered the removal of paintings hung in The Art and Architecture Building he says were "vulgar." The ...…

May 07, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 2) • Page Image 1

…SUBSCRIBE-764-0558 SSE The Michigan Daily Vol. XCill, No. 2-S Ann Arbor, Michigan - Saturday, May 7, 1983 Free Issue Sixteen Pages 'U' tightens security with peepholes in East Quad By JAYNE HENDEL Several sexual assaults in East Quad dormitory last semester have prompted University security officials to install peepholes on every student's door. Combinatio locks will be put on all entrances to women's bathrooms before September, said Davi...…

May 10, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 3) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily Vol. XCIII, No. 3-S Ann Arbor, Michigan - Tuesday, May 10, 1983 Ten Cents Sixteen Pages Detroit rally protests beating death By HALLE CZECHOWSKI Special to the Daily DETROIT-More than 800 people gathered in Detroit's Kennedy Square yesterday to protest the lenient senten- ces given to two men who admitted to beating a Chinese-American man to death with a baseball bat last year. The rally, which drew more than 80 support...…

May 12, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 4) • Page Image 1

…REWARDS COME EASIER FOR MEN Women profs:'U' minorfty By LISA CRUMRINE member in a department is not unusual. There is only education, said Virginia Nordby, director of the Of- Jan Collier, (not her real name,) fulfilled a long- one female professor in the Department of Electrical fice of Affirmative Action. awaited dream when she joined the faculty ranks at a and Computer Engineering and there are no women "The national commitment to affirmati...…

May 14, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 5) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily Vol. XCIII, No. 5-S Ann Arbor, Michigan - Saturday, May 14, 1983 Ten Cents Sixteen Pages Fears plement humanit of at lea School o Althou ficially they sai left. IN 19 professo only 19 have be hiring fr "We' program Fearing cuts, pr( By GEORGEA KOVANIS that University administrators will im-r a plan that would eliminate the engineering ties program has resulted in the resignationt st four faculty members, sources close to t...…

May 17, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 6) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily Vol. XCIII, No. 6-S Ann Arbor, Michigan - Tuesday, May 17, 1983 Ten Cents Sixteen Pages Profs react to planned cuts By GEORGEA KOVANIS Physical education professors said a proposed 30 percent cut to the department is the "lesser of two evils," since many were expecting an almost 50 per- cent reduction in its programs. A key University review panel had originally slated the department, which is in the School of Educatio...…

May 19, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 7) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily Vol. XCIII, No. 7-S Ann Arbor, Michigan - Thursday, May 19, 1983 Ten Cents Twenty Pages RECESSION HURTS STUDENTS Summer jobs hard to find By DAN GRANTHAM If you're looking for a job this summer, there's only one comforting thought - you're not alone. Michigan's unemployment figures may be getting better, hut it isn't any easier for students to, find work this summer, according to weary job hunters and area business people. ...…

May 21, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 8) • Page Image 1

…'M' batsmen win opener See Story, Page 16 PUBLISHERS SUE NYU PROFS Copy shops clamp down By KAREN TENSA Ann Arbor copy stores are cracking down on University professors, requiring them to sign disclaimers and submit written permission from publishers before photocopying course materials. Fears loom over Ann Arbor copy stores that publishing companies may sue for illegally reprin- ting copyrighted material for coursepacks - a vital part of m...…

May 24, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 9) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily Vol. XCIII, No. 9-S Ann Arbor, Michigan - Tuesday, May 24, 1983 Ten Cents Sixteen Pages 'U' clericals split over union By JAYNE HENDEL In a vote beginning today the Univer- sity's 3,300 clericals and secretaries will decide if they want Union support to negotiate for higher wages, job security and better working conditions. If the vote passes, clericals and secretaries will he renresented by the American Federation ...…

May 26, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 10) • Page Image 1

…he Michigan Daily Vol. XCIII, No. 10-S Ann Arbor, Michigan - Thursday, May 26, 1983 Ten Cents Twenty Pages Fleetwood a.'~ FLrw , 4 DIiner goes bankrupt By KAREN TENSA Like a worn out pair of tennis shoes, the Fleet- wood Diner, Ann Arbor's best late-night greasy spoon, couldn't hold up any longer. The 36-year-old restaurant, which has scrambled eggs for everyone from street people to University professors, declared bankruptcy this week. - The ...…

May 05, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 1) • Page Image 2

…Page 2 - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, May 5, 1983 TODAY No parking worries VER DRIVE around a block several times looking for a parking place E and wish you could park in a truck loading zone? For as little as $13.25 a year, Washington state residents can - with a truck licence plate. There are no restrictions against cars having truck plates, which allow motorists to park in a loading zone for up to 30 minutes. State law does require veh...…

May 07, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 2) • Page Image 2

…Daily rsoto by DEBORAH LEWIS Feminist leader Bella Abzug urges women to become more politically active in her speech at Power Center last night. Abzug was one of three women's rights leaders comprising the Women $peak program. Feminist calls for increased activis m TODAY HAPPENINGS SATURDAY Performances Women in Music-Organ Concert,-8p.m., Hill Aud. Ark-Tannist, Irish music from Detroit, doors open at 8:30p.m., concert begins at 9 p.m. Speake...…

May 10, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 3) • Page Image 2

…Page 2 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, May 10, 1983 Reagan calis for increased'secrecy' WASHINGTON (AP) - The Freedom of Information Act is going to be worked over again this week in Congress, this time with the Reagan administration apparently willing to settle for fine-tuning the law instead of pushing for wholesale changes. Two bills to amend the 17-year-old law are before a subcommittee of the Senate Judiciary Committee. ONE, DRAFTED by C...…

May 12, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 4) • Page Image 2

…Page 2 - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, May 12, 1983 Prof to settle I Hughes By GEORGEA KOVANIS The drama surrounding the estate of the late billionaire Howard Hughes sur- faced again Tuesday at an informal hearing before University Law Prof. Wade McCree. The conflict is between two states, California and Texas, which are bat- tling over the rights to collect taxes on Hughes' $1.1 billion estate. BOTH SIDES claim Hughes' legal residence was ...…

May 14, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 5) • Page Image 2

…Page 2 -The MichigdnDily--Saturday, May 14, 1983 TODAY Loose bull TWO POLICE OFFICERS from Cheyenne, Wyo. learned Wednesday to look both ways before crossing tme street. An errant steer almost ran over officer Dale Karl and chased officer Jim Olson right through the down- town area of aoutheast Wyoming city. The angry animal was finally roped by a Cheyenne citizen, Paul Bruegman, and taken back to the truck he had escaped from belonging to a ...…

May 17, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 6) • Page Image 2

…Page 2 --The Michigan Daily- Tuesday, May 17, 1983 Senators earn $1.7 milinin outside ineome WASHINGTON (AP) - Senators earned $1.7 million in 1981 for making speeches and writing articles, with more than half the outside income provided by business groups, Common Cause said yesterday. The self-described citizens' lobby said that Finance Committee Chairman Robert Dole (R-Kan.) was the leading recipient of the so-called honoraria, getting $66,...…

May 19, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 7) • Page Image 2

…Page 2 - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, May 19, 1983 Report says Capitol drug probe botched WASHINGTON (AP)-The congressional police force failed in 1980 to pursue "substantial leads" about drug use and trafficking on Capitol Hill, a special House investigator said yester- day. r Joseph Califano said the leads im- plicated low-level congressional em- ployees and three Capitol Police of- ficers but no member of Congress or its professional staf...…

May 21, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 8) • Page Image 2

…Page 2 The Michiga Daily -LSaturday, May t21.1983 TODAY Kiss off LyNO DELOREAN and Barbara Kane aren't the types to just kiss off a challenge. The New York couple hold the Guiness world record for the longest kiss, which they set during six days in Los Angeles in February. But their record is being challenged by a Los Vegas couple, so DeLorean and Kane are puckered up again to save their honor. "Nobody knows when it will end," said Chris Harr...…

May 24, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 9) • Page Image 2

…Page 2 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, May 24,1983 Credit card fraud brings fast cash WASHINGTON (AP) - A professional criminal, disguised with a black hood and cape, told a House sub- committee yesterday that he went from "hot dogs to caviar" by using stolen credit cards to charge up to $5,000 a day. The man, referred to only as Mr. Wit- ness, with his voice disguised by a syn- thesizer, said credit card fraud was a "large business," complet...…

May 26, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 10) • Page Image 2

…Page 2 -The Michigan Daily -Thursday, May 26, 1983 Robot firm stresses industry-education tie By DAN GRANTHAM Education and business need to work together to make the robotics industry a success, a representative from a local robotics firm said Tuesday. _ Barry Baker, manager of organizational development at the DeVilbiss Company, told a convention of robotics industrialists and educators at the Sheraton Inn that while the resources of educat...…

May 05, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 1) • Page Image 3

…The Michigan Daily- Thursday, May 5, 1983- Page 3 WHILE WE WERE AWAY Seniors celebrate graduation Iacocca 'tells students to 'get mad% By CHERYL BAACKE Amidst confetti, balloons, and pop- ping champagne corks, Chrysler Chairman Lee Iacocca told graduating students last Saturday to "get mad about the current state of affairs." "I want you to get so mad that you kick America off dead center," Iacocca said before a crowd of nearly 14,000 at Cris...…

May 07, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 2) • Page Image 3

…The Michigan Daily - Saturday, May 7, 1983 - Page 3 Bill may stall aid link to draft By JACKIE YOUNG A bill which would delay enforcement of a controversial law linking student aid to draft registration will be voted on by the U.S. House Armed Services Committee this month. The bill, sponsored by Rep. Paul Simon (D-Ill), would delay the law from July 1 to Feb. 1, 1984. The law requires all male students to prove they registered with the Selec...…

May 10, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 3) • Page Image 3

…The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, May 10, 1983 - Page 3 Blanchard announces jobs bill Iieju ofua 1 et unions anb . ey isue comiies LfANSING (U1 ) Gov. James Blanchard - saying Michigan cannot sit back and await a promised recover- y - unveiled to a cheering Legislature yesterday an economic program expec- ted to create 80,00 jobs this summer. Blanchard was interrupted by ap- plause more than 20 times while outlining to a joint session of the Legi...…

May 12, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 4) • Page Image 3

…The Michigan Daily - Thursday, May 12, 1983 - Page 3 Draft-aid law criticized in letter By JACKIE YOUNG A faculty committee this week sent a letter to top University officials urging them to back the repeal of a controversial law tying student aid to draft registration. The law, scheduled to go into effect July 1, would require all male students to certify that they have registered for the draft receiving federal financial' aid. THE LETTER as...…

May 14, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 5) • Page Image 3

…The Michigan Daily - Saturday; May14,1983- Page 3 ERANIAN REQUEST CHALLENGES 'PRIVACYACT' EMUreleases Ianandata By MIKE WILKINSON A recent move by the Algerian government asking universities nationwide to provide information on Iranian students has sparked controversy over whether it is legal to fulfill the request. The University received the formal request two weeks ago, but administrators decided that providing such information violated a ...…

May 17, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 6) • Page Image 3

…The Michigan Daily -Tuesday, May 17, 1983 -Page 3 U elerieals support union vote i i By CHERYL BAACKE It's been an uphill battle for University clericals, fighting for higher wages and equal treatment from supervisors, but after next week the secretaries mighthave a union behind them. A vote scheduled for May 24, 25, and 26 will deter- mine if the University's 3,300 clericals will become part of the American Federation of State. County and M...…

May 19, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 7) • Page Image 3

…Tensions rise as black immigrants compete for jobs By JACKIE YOUNG The mass exodus of black immigran- ts from the Carribean, Africa and Latin America to the U.S. in the 1960's has heightened competition for jobs with black Americans, said Roy-Laporte yesterday. The "new immigration" has created conflict within the black community because Black Americans feel they are being displaced for jobs, said Bryce- Laporte director of the Research In- s...…

May 21, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 8) • Page Image 3

…The Michigan Daily - Saturday, May 21, 1983 - Page 3 Council approves deficit budget By HALLE CZECHOWSKI But Republican council members blocked any The deficit resulted from the only issue both parties negotiations over the budget, refusing to recess the 6- agreed upon,, when council members rejected a Democratic hopes of changing a Republican-backed hour-long meeting so the two sides could work out a proposed 1 percent property tax surcharge ...…

May 24, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 9) • Page Image 3

…Shapiro nominates new man to top Flint post By KAREN TENSA Marvin Roberson will be recommen- ded to become acting chancellor of the University of Michigan-Flint until a permanent replacement for the late Conny Nelson can be found. University President Harold Shapiro ' will ask the Regents to approve the recommendation at their meeting next month. FORMER chancellor Nelson died on May 2, of cancer. Roberson has been vice-chancellor for Universit...…

May 26, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 10) • Page Image 3

…The Michigan Daily - Thursday, May 26, 1983- Page 3 OUT-STATE AID LAGS BEHIND ' ' aid can't bait students By JACKIE YOUNG In the race to nab top-notch students nationwide the University can't count on slick financial aid packages for bait that competing schools use. Leading universities which have poured money into financial aid programs and merit scholarships to at- tract high quality students are stealing potential applicants from the Unive...…

May 05, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 1) • Page Image 4

…Page 4 - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, May 5, 1983 'U'Health Service closes down infirma By THOMAS MILLER year-is not enough to justify the cost of When the University Health Service running the unit, Briefer said. Infirmary closed its doors for the sum- THE INFIRMARY was used to care for mer last Saturday, it was for the last students who weren't sick enough to he time. Few patients and the high cost of hospitalized. Most infirmary patients ...…

May 07, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 2) • Page Image 4

…Page 4-The Michigan Daily, Saturday, May 7, 1983 Peep holes stiffen East Quad security (Continuedifrom Page i) TWO ASSAULT victims in East Quad combination locks on the women's this year, left their doors unlocked, bathrooms this year, the rooms do not Morrow said. have peepholes, a security official at A third assault which occurred on a the dorm said. stairwell, was not due to carelessness, All the remaining dormitories, accor- he said. ding...…

May 10, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 3) • Page Image 4

…Page 4 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, May 10, 1983 Flaring comet bolts through Ann Arbor By MIKE WILKINSON The comet was first sighted April 25, but wasn't confirmed until last week by A "dirty snowball" over one mile in the Smithsonian Astrophysical Obser- diameter and traveling over 20,000 vatory in Cambridge, Mass. miles per hour will be hurling through ALTHOUGH it is only three million the skies of Ann Arbor tonight. miles away, there is ...…

May 12, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 4) • Page Image 4

…Page 4 - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, May 12, 1983 State to get 3 new 'test tube baby' clinics By DAN GRANTHAM Withwire reports Three Michigan hospitals will soon of- fer help to infertile couples through a new method that allows doctors to fer- tilize a human egg outside the womb. Contrary to earlier reports in local newspapers, The University Women's Hospital will not be one of the facilities offering the "in vitro" or "test tube baby" pr...…

May 14, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 5) • Page Image 4

…Pe 4 -The Michign Daily -'Saturday, May 14, 1983 Stiffening admissions not always (Continuedfrom Page 1) school diploma, Sjogren said. Many bright high school students do not understand the importance of lear- ning basic skills such as reading, writing and mathematics, he said. Requiring a more disciplined curriculum in highschool, which would include both foreign languages and computer sciences are very important; Sjogren said. THESE CHANGES...…

May 17, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 6) • Page Image 4

…Pnnsac-4The ichian oil - u~cf Early birds get the hats Iy Photo by JEFF These baseball fans watching Sunday's doubleheader between Michigan and Purdue were among the first 2,000 to enter Fisher Stadium. Spectators who' arrived early enough were awarded Michigan hats in celebration of Old Timer's Day. Gourmet fast food eater y comes to Union in July (Continued from Page 1) pleted by September will seat 400 ranging from marinated octopus to peo...…

May 19, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 7) • Page Image 4

…Page 4 - The Michigan Daily- hursday, May 19, 1983 Activist housewife nabbed in LOS ANGELES (AP) A 51-year-old housewife who headed a booster group called Ladies Assisting Cops En- thusiastically has been charged with selling PCP to undercover officers posingas high school students, authorities say. Lois Szukala, who once joined a petition drive supporting tougher penalties for drug abuse, was among 228 alleged drug dealers arrested through t...…

May 21, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 8) • Page Image 4

…Page 4 - The Michigan Daily - Saturday, May 21, 1983 ISR study shows buyer optimism high By LOU FINTOR Lower prices and interest rates are giving American consumers increased optimism in a strong national economic recovery according to a University study released yesterday. The study, conducted by the Institute for Social Research scientists, focused on the purchasing habits and attitudes of consumers representing all age and socio-economic g...…

May 24, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 9) • Page Image 4

…Economics, Chemistry get new fcilities (Continued from Page 1) "(A new facility) must be flexible because you don't know what will come up in the future," he said. The changes will ultimately save the University money, he added, because the new facilities will allow research to be conducted more efficiently. "Chemistry has changed enormously from a gallon-type operation to a very small operation," he said. Instead of using large amounts of ch...…

May 26, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 10) • Page Image 4

…Fag 4'- The Mchiganj Daily thursday, May 26, 1983 Shrimp, not burgers, dorm fare for guests By JAYNE HENDEL This summer while University studen- ts in West Quad Dormitory are stomaching burgers and fries, guests in the "Mosher-Jordan hotel" are dining on fresh shrimp, crabmeat, and bran- died cheesecake. The 10-by-10 cell-blocks in University residence halls that students call home during the school year have been tran- sformed into plush hot...…

May 05, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 1) • Page Image 5

…'Offensive' (Continued from Page 1) Grindatti because "he needs to get "It's tots through school." student bof Grindatti who did the paintings in a, he said. beginning art school class said he was In a lett arguing for the "right to be displayed one of the whether it's good or if it's bad." He said he has no ulterior motives or bad feelings about the art school and will not file a lawsuit. GRINDATTI said his paintings are "explorations," and a...…

May 07, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 2) • Page Image 5

…'4-Play' comes to Playboy channel From the Associated Press The latest breakthrough on cable is that the Playboy Channel can make situation comedies that are even worse than the networks'. The low art of televised humor now has sunk from bad bathroom jokes to bad bedroom jokes. "4Play," which debuted on the Playboy Channel last night, is billed by the pay-TV network as the first adult sitcom. But it's scarcely for discretionary adults. This ta...…

May 10, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 3) • Page Image 5

…The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, May 10, 1983 PageS5 STORE WIDE SALE. S. UNIVERSITY STORE ONLY All Album & PjO0FF cassettes Priced $499 & up 4 4 OMD .. . .. . . .. .. . .. ... . .. . .. .. . .. Dazzle Ships 5-52's . W ..............Vharnry! Joan Armatrading .................... The Key Carlos Santana .................. Havana Moon ATF .. ... .. . ... .. . .. .. .. .. .. .. . . .After the Fire Joe King Carasco ............ Party Weekend Spand...…

May 12, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 4) • Page Image 5

…The Michigan Daily -Thursday, May 12, 1983 - Page 5 Women shy away rom sciences By JANET COHEN Women have moved out of the kitchen and into the business world, but it's been tougher to get them into the laboratory. Chemistry, astronomy and physics - fields which have traditionally been dominated by men - are searching for qualified women to join their ranks. BUT WOMEN aren't buying. Only 4 percent of engineers in the United States are women a...…

May 14, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 5) • Page Image 5

…ily -Saturday, May 14, 1983 - Page 5 Education official criticizes U.S. schools EAST LANSING (UPI) - The states have been doing a "bum job" of educating their youth and must take primary responsibility for improving America's schools, U.S. Education Secretary Terrel Bell said yesterday. But Bell added that the federal government also hasn't been "doing our job as well as it ought to be done" and must provide some help in making education a top...…

May 17, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 6) • Page Image 5

…The Michigan Daily -- Tuesday, May 17, 1983 - Page 5 'U' research shows job openings By MIKE WILKINSON Occupational fields experiencing labor shortages may be easier to iden- tify with newly-defined methods developed by University researchers released yesterday. The study, commissioned by the U.S. Labor Department in 1981, also iden- tified twelve occupational areas ex- periencing labor shortages, according to Arthur Schwartz, an Institute fo...…

May 19, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 7) • Page Image 5

…The Michigan Daily - Thursday, May 19, 1983 - Page 5 Job search: a losing battle (Continued from Page 1) "There's a real shortage of jobs in Ann Arbor," said Ed Davidson, manager of The Bivouac on State Street. Davidson said that three years ago, he had to hire a completely new sum- mer staff. Now, students who work at the store during the year stick around so they can hang on to the job for the summer, he says. AND MANY employers say they pr...…

May 21, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 8) • Page Image 5

…The Michigan Daily - Saturday, May 21, 1983 - Page 5 WCBN wins short-term power hike (Continued from Page 3). THE 10-DAY test is a key move by the FCC, which last year put a power freeze on FM radio stations nationwide that broadcast on frequencies between 88 and 92 megahertz. When these stations, including WC- BN, tried to add power in the past, the increase intefered with local WJIM- TV Channel 6 television broadcasts. The freeze was propos...…

May 24, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 9) • Page Image 5

…Video arcades safe for teens, study says CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (AP) - Video played in video parlors in the Los arcades give teen-agers a safe place to Angeles area. He presented his results hang out with their friends, and don't at a video game conference organized promote truancy, create zombies or by the Harvard Graduate School of "pose a threat to the morals of Education and financed in part by Atari American youth," a researcher said Inc., a ma...…

May 26, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 10) • Page Image 5

…The Michigan Daily -Thursday; May 26,1983- Page 5 'U' prof. awarded national science honor By HALLE CZECHOWSKI Chemical Engineering Professor Emeritus Donald Katz was one of 11 scientists awarded the National Medal of Science at the White House in Washington Tuesday. Katz is the fourth researcher from the University to receive the medal, which is the federal government's highest award recognizing those who have made outstanding contributions ...…

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