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May 06, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 3) • Page Image 1

…Ninety-eight years of editorial freedom W e y Vol. XCVIII, Ann Arbor, Michigan - Friday, May 6, 1988 r Daily 6,000 'U' graduates celebrate Alternative graduation ceremony praises activists BY VERONICA WOOLRIDGE About 25 graduating student ac- tivists pledged to "let their light shine" and to continue to work for social change during an alternative commencement ceremony last Saturday afternoon in Rackham Amphitheater. "Our goal is not to go ou...…

May 06, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 3) • Page Image 2

…Page 2 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, May 6, 1988 MSA prepares budget, response' to regents' anger about actions BY RYAN TUTAK pletely antagonistic this time because our presentation Michigan Student Assembly leaders have postponed could mean whether we get funded." submitting their budget request to the University's M Board of Regents to have time to gain the board's sup- MSA President Michael Phillips, an LSA senior, port, one MSA official s...…

May 06, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 3) • Page Image 3

…The Michigan Daily- Friday, May 6, 1988-Pag.3 City council may ban downtown skateboarders BY PETER MOONEY Ann Arbor's downtown skateboarders may soon find their favorite mode of transportation subject to criminal penalties. Last Monday, the Ann Arbor City Council gave initial approval to an ordinance that would ban skateboarding in downtown shopping districts. Mayor Gerald Jernigan said he proposed the ordi- nance in response to complaints fr...…

May 06, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 3) • Page Image 4

…Page 4 --The Michigan Daily - Friday, May 6, 1988 -a- - , "I wouldn't be surprised if this at an event like graduation. attitude is "hard to reconcile, and has G rad u ation was the last graduation held in the He added that the University may gone on for over 100 years." tadium," he said, adding that the make some changes for future cere- The regents distributed four hon- ceremony might be broken down to monies, such as breaking them down o...…

May 06, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 3) • Page Image 5

…several "positive" actions MSA has M SA taken this year, such as opposing "passing up" at football games and Continued from Page 2 improving decorum at commence- rcistnd anti - a n a ment. But he added, "they have cre- racist, and an ti-lesbian/gay ated more headaches than they have hypocrisy." But the assembly voted resolved." to rescind this clause in the face of MSA, which now receives a $7 strong constituent opposition at its mandatory stu...…

May 06, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 3) • Page Image 6

… OPINION Page 6 Friday, May 6, 1988 The Michigan Daily I Dishonorable degree Unsigned editorials represent the majority views of the Daily's Editorial Board. Cartoons and signed editorials do not necessarily reflect the Daily's opinion. A vitory for Bo THE REGENTAL DECISION-TA- give Bo Schembechler the dual positions of Athletic Director and head football coach creates a rare opportunity to applaud the Uni- versity administration. P...…

May 06, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 3) • Page Image 7

…PERSPECTIVES The Michigan Daily Friday, May 6, 1988 Page 7 Muslim rebel's holy war in Afghanistan Tamim Adnani is a Mujahideen fighting in Afghanistan. Last week on April 28, he visited Ann Arbor to raise funds for the Mujahideen struggle against the Soviets in Afghanistan. "Mujahideen" is the collective Arabic name for Muslim fighters, and is the popular label for the Afghan rebels fighting the Soviet's Afghanistan invasion. He is a Pale...…

May 06, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 3) • Page Image 8

…Page 8- The Michigan Daily - Friday, May 6, 1988 GRADUATION: Circumstance outweighed pomp at Michigan Stadium last Saturday as graduates showed there are many ways to celebrate - few of which include actually watching the ceremony. A . v . M. f , , < ,' . { a; ;: f ' ':... . a . I Seniors walk to commencement on the train tracks by Elbel Field. LSA students Susan Kelly and Jand Shulman's commencement address. …

May 06, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 3) • Page Image 9

…The Michigan Daily - Friday, May 6, 1988- Page 9 JOHN MUNSON/Dt Champagne rained as LSA Dean Peter Steiner announced the graduation of the LSA students. had their minds elsewhere during Marshall A new University alumnus cartwheels for joy on the football field. …

May 06, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 3) • Page Image 10

…Page 10- The Michigan Daily - Friday, May 6, 1988 Construction sites clutter campus BY DONNA IADIPAOLO ning study which tries to solve A deluge of new construction problems such as pedestrian cross- projects has left many central cam- ings and the development of service pus sites looking like war zones - buildings. overrun by bulldozers and surrounded Many students and faculty have by trenches. complained about the campus-wide Among the most v...…

May 06, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 3) • Page Image 11

…ARTS he Michigan Daily Friday, May 6, 1988 Page 11 'That'll Be The Day' arrives with drama BY LISA MAGNINO PERFORMANCE Network puts the old saying "It's all according to your point of view" in rspective this weekend in its latest production, That'll Be The Day. Written by former Hopwood Ninner and one of Performance Net- kork's six playwrights-in-residence, 1l Sjoerdsma, the psychological rama centers on a convicted mur- erer who recites the ...…

May 06, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 3) • Page Image 12

…Page 12 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, May 6, 1988 A Uts date Odd Sox bop into Rick's to celebrate their recently released second single. Tue day IThe Ann Arbor premiere of Summer It's the first weekend of vacation and is tonight at the Michigan at 6:30 -U. est nls rfso ae luckily there are lots of ways to cel- itoghatheMcgnat63University English professor James ebrate thse laz h az y p.m. It's about a woman abandoned Winn presents a slide sho...…

May 06, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 3) • Page Image 13

…SPORTS e Michigan D oily Friday, May 6, 1988 Page 13 SBo supporters flock to defend new AD Y STEVE BLONDER The University's Board o f egents' decision to name Michigan otball coach Bo Schembechler as new athletic director has met th a positive response. "It's the greatest thing that could ave happened. Bo is the best choice >r the school, and the best choice r Michigan. That's what it's all bout," said Richard Caldarazzo, a rominent alumnus. ...…

May 06, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 3) • Page Image 14

…Page 14- The Michigan Daily - Friday, May 6, 1988 ENJOY SAINT LOUIS UNIVERSITY'S MADRID CAMPUS COMPLETE CURRICULUM IN ENGLISH, SPANISH LIBERAL ARTS, BUSINESS, SCIENCE, HISPANIC STUDIES JULY SESSION INCLUDES- GRADUATE PROGRAM IN HISPANIC STUDIES SLU IS AN AA/EOE Apply NOW for SUMMER & FALL! INFORMATION: L TEL 1-800-325-6666 ST.LOUISMO D63103 OR c/ DE LA VINA, 3 . sMADRID 28003 "In he classroom wish more than 700 Spanish students. Li'Chef Th...…

May 06, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 3) • Page Image 15

…7 JOBS FOR STUDENTS! Take off with Midwest Publishing "we're going places" We have the ideal job for students to work in what has been described as, "the industry of the future", and gain some of the most valueable work experience possible. Check out these exciting facts: * $6.00 - $15.00 per hour guaranteed to start * Paid Training Program * Excellent career opportunity with full fringe benefits after graduation * College Scholarship Program...…

May 06, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 3) • Page Image 17

…Qp ji j . * 'M'finds rough LJ LLI/VLI . time on diamond BY MIKE GREIFENBERG inning to score the decisive runs. relief faltered again. Mike Grimes The Michigan women's softball It wasn't as if Michigan had no yielded a three-run shot to Masteller ceam's slim first-place lead in the chances. With one out in the sixth, that tied the game, 4-4 in the fifth. Big Ten became slimmer Wednesday the Wolverines loaded the bases. All It stayed that way in...…

May 06, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 3) • Page Image 18

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May 13, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 2) • Page Image 1

…~rb £diijuu Bailg Ninety-eight years of editorial freedom - -Vol. XCVIII, No. 2S Ann Arbor, Michigan- Friday, May 13, 1988 ri°x1 BUFFALO, CORNELL HEADS MAY BE CONSIDERED Regents close in on new president BY RYAN TUTAK would be selected within 30 days. said. He added, however, that the regents have the position within the last four weeks. Top candidates for the next University Though Brown would not comment on kept their search confidential fro...…

May 13, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 2) • Page Image 2

…Page 2 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, May 13, 1988 by students about comments that students on campus," he said. "For Steiner had made," said Orlando me, I found it interesting." Bagwell, the show's producer- Bagwell said his production team director. "But we found it was included the University in the Continued from Page 1 becoming a debate between students program because of student reaction ONE notable omission, some and the administration,...…

May 13, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 2) • Page Image 3

…The Michigan Daily- Friday, May 13, 1988 - Page 3 Group pickets at Burger King to save whales BY CATHRINE STEENSTRUP About 25 Greenpeace members picketed in front of Burger King on East Liberty at noon Wednesday to protest Iceland's violation of an in- ternational ban on commercial whale killing and Burger King's continued purchases of Icelandic fish products. Greenpeace, an international environmental organization, held similar protests in 1...…

May 13, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 2) • Page Image 4

…Page 4 - The Michigan Doily - Friday, May 13, 1988 'U' raises Black faculnumbers BY VERONICA WOOLRIDGE hiring minority faculty a priority The University has hired 12 new because of negative publicity from Black faculty members - more than recent student protests against cam- in any previous year - will pus racism, Morris said. probably hire six more minorities, There is "no doubt that the social and has 12 additional offers under protest in th...…

May 13, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 2) • Page Image 5

…'U' fliers oppose anti-gay bigotry BY VERONICA WOOLRIDGE A new hot pink and black "Tell Someone" poster affixed around University buildings encourages people to speak up about harassment based onsexual orientation. The University has sent 2,550 copies of the posters to University departments and academic units this spring. They are the newest addi- tion to the "Tell Someone" series, which highlights University policy on discriminatory acts bas...…

May 13, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 2) • Page Image 6

…OPINION Page6 Friday, May 13, 1988 The Michigan Daily Ecology Center should dump Domino's: .... _Compromising values Unsigned editorials represent the majority views of the Daily's Editorial Board. Cartoons and signed editorials do not necessarily reflect the Daily's opinion. Framing the question of research: D iversi*ficatio WHAT MIGHT RESEARCH have to gain from diversity? This question was at the center of an invitational Diversity Symposi...…

May 13, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 2) • Page Image 7

…PERSPECTIVES Friday, May 13, 1988 The Michigan Daily Page 7 Eve: The logic, lore, and legend By Veronica Woolridge She was a perfect woman - fresh, new, healthy, unscarred by the marks of time and age. She had a companion whose name was Adam. He was the first man and she was the first one of her kind - a woman. She was tempted by a serpent to eat a forbidden fruit from the tree of knowledge and of good and evil. She ate the fruit to be wis...…

May 13, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 2) • Page Image 8

…page 8 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, May 13, 1988 Faculty Continued from Page 4 faculty and administrators . STUDENTS responded posi- tively to the hirings, but said they regretted action was not taken sooner. "It's better late than never," said Kelly Johnson, a Residential Col- lege sophomore. She added that the increase in minority faculty will give first year minority students an advantage she did not have. Currently, Johnson said the mo...…

May 13, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 2) • Page Image 9

…The Michigan Daily - Friday, May 13, 1988-- Page 9 CLASSIFIED ADS 764-0557 LOST & FOUND $150 REWARD. Woman's silver & gold Seiko watch. Lost 417 vic. Med. Campus. Sentimental value. 616-471-2171 collect. FOUND: Prescription glasses. Lite blue frames in blue Farmingale case. Call 665- 2745. LOST: LARGE REWARD. Pink satin case with gamet-diamond ring + earrings, etc. Sentimental value. 763-4510/994-6589. LOST: White cat with gray tiger stri...…

May 13, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 2) • Page Image 10

…ARTS The Michigan Daily Friday, May 13, 1988 Pge 10 King Sunny Ade': Multi-marathon man school and ran away from home to scorching Nigerian sun. All the bag just in case Ade' and the Beats BY TODD SHANKER become a musician at the impres- while the bass player tears it up with decide to do an authentic all-night KING Sunny Ade' and his massive sionable age of 17, in the early '60s tantalizing, fleshy sounds that actu- Nigerian dance-a-thon. And...…

May 13, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 2) • Page Image 11

…rts Udate The Michigan Daily - Friday, May 13, 1988 -- Page 11 Friday^mer for Bob Seger, and his band the bands and actors are scheduled to ap- Issue, headline a benefit concert for pear, and Fully Loaded will perform r Nthe Center for Independent Living afterwards. *French North African guitarist Pierre tonight at the Blind Pig ... The -The Ann Arbor Civic Theatre bluegrass to the Ark, with a little bluesy-rock of Steve Nardella's Rock g...…

May 13, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 2) • Page Image 12

… EXCITING SUMMERJOB " Have fun all day in the sun " Then work a few evening hours at M =C IGAPN TELEFUND " Go out with your friends after work and party! Museum tosses 'Bouquets'of art BY PREETI MALANI PICASSO and pansies? Rodin and roses? Monet and mums? Calder and calla lilies? Now you can enjoy the natural beauty of spring in Ann Arbor with Bouquets to Art, a special exhibit at the University's Museum of Art. Sponsored by the Friends of th...…

May 13, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 2) • Page Image 13

…SPORTS rL_ i _L ___ ncl.. _ I The Michigan Daily Friday, May 13, 1988 P,,o 1' 4.1 rage I Ups and downs for Michigan Gillette leads Blue to sweep over EMU BY MICHAEL SALINSKY Michigan got the lift they needed Wednesday. After dropping three of four to Ohio State over the weekend and splitting with Toledo on Tues- day, the Wolverines enjoyed a dou- bleheader demolition of Eastern Michigan. The Wolverines won the first game, 6-2, behin...…

May 13, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 2) • Page Image 14

…Page 14 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, May 13, 1988 Michigan stymies Gophers BY MIKE GREIFENBERG The Michigan women's softball team took a major step toward the Big Ten Championship last weekend as they took three of four games from Minnesota to open a two and one-half game lead over the Golden Gophers. The Wolverines only need to split their last four games at fifth-place Indiana to clinch their first ever Big Ten title. The entire series wi...…

May 13, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 2) • Page Image 15

…The Michigan Daily -:Friday, May 13, 1988 -Page 15 mom THE SPORTING VIEWS Doobies at the Derby: An unforgettable weekend r ,-. I b BY ERIC L. HOLT AND DAVID WEBSTER Sun, booze, some really fast horses and a bunch of rowdy people from sailing. As the rest of our entourage slept, we smoked dope all the way Kentucky - Derby Day 1988 was out of control, across Ohio. Last Saturday, five of us sped down to Louisville in a monstrous brown Pullin...…

May 13, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 2) • Page Image 16

…Page 16 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, May 13, 1988 'M' serves for conference BY ADAM BENSON our own expectations." The quest for another Big Ten championship starts THE WOLVERINES, ranked sixth nationally, today for the No. 1-seeded Michigan men's tennis team went undefeated in the Big Ten this season. They have as it will face the winner of the No. 8 Illinois-No. 9 won 16 of their last 18 matches, finishing with an over- Purdue match in the ...…

May 13, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 2) • Page Image 19

…{to make a hit. 3-112 7* 950 The American Express' Card is a hit virtually anywhere you shop, from Los Angeles to London. Whether you're buying books, baseball tickets or brunch. So during college and after, it's the perfect way to pay for just about everything you'll want. How to get the Card now College is the first - S sign of success. And because we believe in your potential, we've made it easier for 4; you to get the American Express Card...…

May 13, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 2) • Page Image 21

…TOP OFTEWE Cover Illustration by Talking Heads The illustration on our cover is unique. It was created for us by the subjects of our cover story, the Talking Heads. The process began when Art Director Robert J. George, Pho- to Editor Nia Krikellas Button and the Talking Heads could not agree on the perfect cover image. Perhaps they would like to do their own, George and Button suggested, and the Talking Heads-three of whom had studied at the...…

May 13, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 2) • Page Image 22

…T H E M A I L Engineers Vs. Humanists? Congratulations to Mark W. Keller on both his choice of degrees and his choice of words in "Can Engineers Be Humanists?" (MY TURN). As an English and communica- tions major who is constantly under attack from more "practically majored" friends asking what kind of job I think I'll get, it's wonderful to see a "practical" student turn his back on the majority's choice of money and opt for the minority's ch...…

May 13, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 2) • Page Image 23

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May 13, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 2) • Page Image 25

… tant in any engineering solution to a prob- lem, the thinking typified by "We can't have any pollution" will eventually lead to the downfall of our civilization. JOHN P. DENSLER Boston University Boston, Mass. It's wonderful to know that I'm not alone! I spent three years in the chemical-engi- neering program taking humanities class- es on the side. I left engineering last year to pursue a dual degree in chemistry and Eng- lish. The synthesis...…

May 13, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 2) • Page Image 26

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May 13, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 2) • Page Image 27

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May 13, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 2) • Page Image 28

…Talking Heads Talk With the release of their 10th album, 'Naked,' America's most cerebral dance band is exploring new realms of creativity and sales BY RON GIVENS bums have sold very well, and maintained their appeal as time went on, but "Naked" promises to make the band huge. Whether or not they care about their bigness, they don't have time to enjoy it. For the past year, in addition to producing "Naked," the separate Heads have worked on ...…

May 13, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 2) • Page Image 29

…lives any more. It all sounds like product. We've been in the business for a while. We're aware of how things are marketed. I think it's time for another punk thing, like what we came out of. You know, young kids trying to topple the old order. Weymouth (pork chop): How do you explain the popularity of John Cougar Mellencamp or Bruce Springsteen? DB: They're sincere. I think that's why they're popular. You might not like the ubiquitousness of ...…

May 13, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 2) • Page Image 30

…a lush, natural Eden: "If this is paradise," com- plains the narrator, "I wish I had a lawnmower." "The Democratic Circus" takes a nasty swipe at the American electoral process, calling it a "big top imitation of life," and describing political adver- tising as "Stealing all our dreams / Dreams for sale / They sell 'em back to you." Most of the material, however, is open-ended. Some of the details in "Mommy Daddy You and I" seem to be drawn fr...…

May 13, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 2) • Page Image 31

…dered through most of the funky "Rev It Up," and now they don't know how to end it. After jamming in place for about a minute, the players stop abruptly and compare notes. "Let's do it again," says Harrison. "I would like to know how to get out of there." The guitarist, Alex Weir, scat-sings a suggestion. The band tries again, and, toward the end, Harrison abruptly switches from synthesizer to guitar for a fiery solo to conclude the song. Only...…

May 13, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 2) • Page Image 32

…Music" (1979) and "Remain in Light." Only "77" and "The Name of This Band Is Talking Heads" (1982) aren't gold. "Naked," however, should boost all the past albums considerably. Frantz and Weymouth first moved to New York in the fall of 1974, about six months after Byrne had done so. The three-who met while students at the Rhode Island School of Design- lived together in a loft on the Lower East Side about two blocks from C.B.G.B. (page 15), wh...…

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