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July 07, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 19) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily Vol. XCIII, No. 19-S Ann Arbor, Michigan - Thursday, July 7, 1983 Ten Cents Twelve Pages Draft-aid law put in action By JACKIE YOUNG University financial aid officials heaved a sigh of re- lief last month when a law linking student aid to draft registration was barred by a Minnesota federal judge. But in a surprise move last week, the U.S. Supreme Court ordered the law into effect, leaving the University scrambling t...…

July 09, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 20) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily Vol. XCIII, No. 20-S Ann Arbor, Michigan - Saturday, July 9, 1983 Ten Cents Sixteen Pages Frye gives Ed. School a'D By GEORGEA KOVANIS making the grade: Frye said there is much room for said. There hasn't been much good news in the School of improvement in faculty and student scholarship, and In stark contrast to Frye's assessment, a report Education lately, and there were few encouraging expressed concern about the quality ...…

July 12, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 21) • Page Image 1

…he Michigan Daily Vol. XCIII, No. 21-S Ann Arbor, Michigan - Tuesday, July 12, 1983 Ten Cents Twelve Pages Frye finalizes cuts r.s Nat. Resources faces 25% cut By DAN GRANTHAM and GEORGEAKOVANIS The School of Natural Resources, which protested in the spring that it could not bear a one-third budget cut, is now slated for a 25 percent cut. The proposed cut would eliminate nine faculty positions and cut all freshman and sophomore .tea classes. I...…

July 14, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 22) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily Vol. XCIII, No. 22-S Ann Arbor, Michigan - Thursday, July 14, 1983 Ten Cents Twelve Pages Draft-aid link ma By JACKIE YOUNG Legislation calling for a repeal of a controversial law linking student aid to draft registration is expec- ted to be introduced to the U.S. Senate today, said of- ficials in Washington yesterday. Sen. David Durenberger (R-Minnesota) is in- troducing an amendment to a defense department spending bill ...…

July 16, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 23) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily Vol XCIll No. 23-S Ann Arbor, Michigan - Saturday, July 16, 1983 Ten Cents Twelve Pages 'U' hikes tuition 9.5% By CHERYL BAACKE The University Regents yesterday skeptically approved a 9.5 percent tuition increase, or an average of $191 per student each term, which ad- ministrators said is necessary to keep the University from losing ground with other top schools. Part of the money from the tuition in- crease will fund...…

July 19, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 24) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Dail Vol. XCIII, No. 24-S Ann Arbor, Michigan - Tuesday, July 19, 1983 Ten Cents Twelve Pages 'U' RECEIVES 11 COMPLAINTS Harassment reports rise By GEORGEA KOVANIS reported have more than tripled: kissing to rape." Eleven cases of sexual harassment were reported " in 1980, five cases were reported to the affirmative NINE OF THE incidents reported to the personnel to the University's affirmative action office from action office; of...…

July 21, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 25) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily Vol. XCIII, No. 25-S Ann Arbor, Michigan - Thursday, July 21, 1983 Ten Cents Twelve Pages Dnil Poto byELIZABETH SCCTT Charla Khanna sits among her papier-mache dolls, one of which sold for $800. All the dolls were sold hy 10:30 yesterday morning. Art fair ov Di firta annual art fai By KAREN TENSA eliminate confusion and she allowed Not many art fair patrons yester- only four people at a time to day saw Charla Khanna's e...…

July 23, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 26) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily Vol. XCIII, No. 26-S Ann Arbor, Michigan - Saturday, July 23, 1983 Ten Cents Twelve Pages Frye adds F Zblack prof.l toed. ea candidates By GEORGEA KOVANIS A top University official said yesterday that he neglected affirmative action goals during the first stages of a University-wide search for anew School of Education dean. University Vice President for Academic affairs and Provost Billy Frye asked education school facu...…

July 26, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 27) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily Vol. XCIII, No. 27-S Ann Arbor, Michigan - Tuesday, July 26, 1983 Ten Cents Twelve Pages 'U' backs off a on draft-ai law funding By BARBARA MISLE The University has "no intention" of subsidizing male students whose finan- cial aid is denied because they refused to register with the Selective Service, said a top University official. Although other schools, such as Yale University, have moved to replace government aid, "we sim...…

July 28, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 28) • Page Image 1

…Expelled student sues By KAREN TENSA Sa S he " n o t cle .t Berggren would not comment further A University student, expelled last Y on the charges in the suit. year for allegedly cheating on a STATISTICS Prof. Ed Rothman statistics exam, is suing the University right to an attorney and never received a legal trial." reported to the board in April 1982 that for $10,000 charging that he didn't an explanation for being dismissed. "No legal repre...…

July 30, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 29) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Dail Vol. XCIII, No. 29-S Ann Arbor, Michigan - Saturday, July 30, 1983 Ten Cents Twelve Pages PROFS HESITA TE TO USE PANEL Cheaters rarely reported By KAREN TENSA "I'd do her laundry for her and she'd Xerox her "Most professors settle cheating incidents on their "Everybody cheats," said David S. an LSA papers and I'd turn them in to my classes," said one own," said Nissen, who is also an associate dean of junior. "Especially the ...…

July 07, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 19) • Page Image 2

…Page 2 - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, July 7, 1983 Dean search angers Ed. School faculty By GEORGEA KOVANIS Of the three schools under budget reviews this year, the School of Education holds the dubious distinction of facing the largest potential cut - 40 percent. Its unique position became readily apparent late last month when faculty members learned that their request for a national search for a new dean was turned down in favor of a Univ...…

July 09, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 20) • Page Image 2

…Pag'e 1 ThelMichiga .Ddlt9.-' Saturday, July 9, 1983 Judge won't dismiss draft resister's case By HALLE CZECHOWSKI The first Michigan man indicted for failing to register for the draft lost two motions to get his case dismissed Wed- nesday. Daniel Rutt, a 21-year-old from Dearborn, refused to register on the grounds that it would violate his religious beliefs. IN JUNE, Federal District Court Judge Philip Pratt ruled that the Con- stitution di...…

July 12, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 21) • Page Image 2

…Page 2 - The Michigan Doily - Tuesday, July 12, 1983 Nat. Resources faces 25% budget reduction (Continued from*Page 1) The school had a 1982-1983 general fund budget of $2.3 million. By deciding to eliminate freshman and sophomore classes, school officials took a step toward improving its image as a gateway for students with lesser qualifications than students in the rest of the University. For years natural resources students have had lower ...…

July 14, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 22) • Page Image 2

…Page 2 - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, July 14, 1983 Civil rights panel nominees draw fire "Regardless of the merits of the new From AP and UPI appointees, the issue before us relates WASHINGTON - President directly to the independence of the Reagan's nominees to replace three commission," Metzenbaum said. fired members of the U.S. Commission BIDEN TOLD the nominees: "The on Civil Rights came under attack question hanging over you will be tha...…

July 16, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 23) • Page Image 2

…Page 2 - The Michigan Daily - Saturday, July 16, 1983 Ghosts, witches inhabit library in occult exhibit By MARC COHEN People today may not believe in ghosts, witches, and devils, but for colonial Americans the existence of supernatural beings was a fact of life. Visitors to the Clements Library can see evidence of this in the library's current exhibition, entitled "Spirits Among Us: America and the Super- natural," a collection of manuscripts...…

July 19, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 24) • Page Image 2

…Page 2 - The Michigan Daily- Tuesday, July 19, 1983 Kissinger named to foreign policy post From AP and UPI HOLLYWOOD, Fla. - President Reagan named Henry Kissinger yesterday to head a special commission on U.S. policy toward Central America and warned the nation will "pay a terrible price" if it fails to aid Latin democracy. The bipartisan commission, headed by the former secretary of state, will forge long-term policy toward Central America ...…

July 21, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 25) • Page Image 2

…Page 2 - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, July 21, 1983 Union ice cream shop opens for fair crowds By KAREN TENSA other Ann Arbor parlors. The first of six new fast food places in Seating for approximately four hun- the Michiganfirt o nnewafod esrday dred customers has also been coin- the Michigan Union opened yesterday pleted in the basement, which is - just in time for the art fair crowds, paneled in Union's original architec- The ice cream pa...…

July 23, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 26) • Page Image 2

…Page 2 - The Michigan Daily - Saturday, July 23, 1983 Senate delays draft- aid law deadline .,~n~ ni d to aiv ctdents more By JACKIE YOUNG A measure passed by the U.S. Senate Thursday would extend the deadline for students to comply with a law linking financial aid to Selec- tive Service Registration. The law requires all male students applying for federal financial aid to sign a form certifying they have registered with the Selective Ser- v...…

July 26, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 27) • Page Image 2

…Page 2 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, July 26, 1983 Marine survives six weeks in wilderness From AP and UPI JACKSON, Calif. - A U.S. Marine who became lost in a rugged mountain area of Northern California for nearly, six weeks survived on a diet of ants, moss and grass until two hikers found him, authorities said yesterday. Karl Joseph Bell, 22, of Battle Creek. Mich., was found on a ledge near Bear River Reservoir Sunday afternoon. BELL, WH...…

July 28, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 28) • Page Image 2

…Page 2 - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, July 28, 1983 Reagan hires too few women, feminists say WASHINGTON (AP) - Feminist groups accused President Reagan yesterday of trying to hide a dismal record on women's issues by misrepresenting his appointments to government jobs and unfairly claiming credit for legislative achievements. Judy Goldsmith, president of the National Organiztion for Women, said Reagan's assertion Tuesday that his administr...…

July 30, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 29) • Page Image 2

…Page 2- The Michigan Daily - Saturday, July 30, 1983 Anchorwoman lacked warmth, says agency KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP)' - The But in August 1981, the company said president of a consulting firm that ad- Craft should be reassigned to a repor- vised a TV station to hire anchorwoman ting job because surveys indicated she Christine Craft testified yesterday that was not providing the "warmth and hs agency later recommended her comfort" viewers in Kan...…

July 07, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 19) • Page Image 3

…The Michigan Daily - Thursday, July 7, 1983 - Page 3 While we were away Gay Pride Week rally marred by gunman By JACKIE YOUNG presented motion for a change of venue saying sentiments in Ann Arbor would Gay rights activists from the Ann Ar- prevent Higgins from receivng a fair bor area gathered on campus to trial. District Court Judge G. W. w r celebrate Gay Pride Week last month, participating in seven days of workshops, social activities, a...…

July 09, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 20) • Page Image 3

…Fr prox Univ forts Whi Way cent, Univ DI] drop fewe don't "T pecte scho Sjo numb ominc TH plica Sjogr The Michigan Daily -, Saturday, July 9,4983 - Page 3 'U freshmen applications drop student enrollment at the University could increase By KAREN TENSA' This drop (in the number slightly this year, Sjogren said. eshmen applications dropped by 5 percent, or ap- Although fewer students applied to the University, imately 650 students, this year, p...…

July 12, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 21) • Page Image 3

…The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, July 12, 1983 - Page 3 Theater to move to Music School By JACKIE YOUNG A top University official yesterday recommended that the Department of Theater and Drama cut its graduate degree program and move from LSA to the School of Music. Charging that the department was a "relatively low priority" within LSA, University Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost Billy Frye said the transfer should go into effect...…

July 14, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 22) • Page Image 3

…Two Diag frequenters take a swig from a brown paper bag. The Regents could outlaw scenes like this if they approve a ban on alcohol in the Diag area at today's meeting. Re ents to vote on policy y - Thursday, July 14, 1983 - Page 3 Libraries get new eireulation system By DAN GRANTHAM University library officials say they hope to cut costs and keep better track of books and fines next fall with a new computerized circulation system. The new co...…

July 16, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 23) • Page Image 3

…The Michigan Daily - Saturday, July 16, 1983 - Page 3 U.S. Senate tables draft- aid law repeal By JACKIE YOUNG The law is also self-incriminating, Amendments to a defense spending Alsop said in his decision, because bill calling for a repeal of a disputed students who don't sign the forms are law linking student aid to draft automatically denied federal funds. registration were "crushed" by the "SENATOR Durenberger remains U.S. Senate Thursda...…

July 19, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 24) • Page Image 3

…The Michigan Daily -Tuesday, July 19, 1983 - Page 3 tenants win cleaning fee ease By MICHAEL WESTON Two former Eastern Michigan Univ- ersity students won a major court bat- tle against their landlord last week that could save all Michigan renters some money. Mike Smolen and Pete Mikelonis won hack $37.50 that their landlord, Dahlman Apartments, took out of their security deposit for cleaning carpeting and furniture in their apartment after th...…

July 21, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 25) • Page Image 3

…The Michigan Daily - Thursday, July 21, 1983 - Page 3 DECISION ADDS TO 'U' COSTS New draft-aid law burdens 'U' By JACKIE YOUNG University financial aid officials this we mass-mailing forms to nearly 11,000 studen ply with a law linking student aid to Selectiv, registration. The law, ordered into effect July 1, by Supreme Court following a number of tur requires all students applying for federal ai form certifying they have registered with tiv...…

July 23, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 26) • Page Image 3

…The Michigan Daily - Saturday, July 23, 1983 - Page 3 UCLA PROPOSES BAN ON FRESHMEN 'U' may b4 By GEORGEA KOVANIS University athletic officials are supporting a proposal which could ban freshmen from playing college football. The proposal, passed by the UCLA faculty in April, would require students to complete their freshman year before playing in any games, in order to establish a good academic status. "IN GENERAL, we're in favor of the prop...…

July 26, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 27) • Page Image 3

…The Michigan Daily- Tuesday, July 26 1983 -Page 3 COURT VOIDS LEGISLATIVE VETO Student aid headed for trouble There have been several key incidents when the By JACKIE YOUNG Supreme Court's ruling, Congress no longer has this legislature veto has saved or significantly affected power, Butts said. student aid programs. A U.S. Supreme Court ruling in June which strip- Now, if Congress wants to override laws the Last year Congress proposed an appr...…

July 28, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 28) • Page Image 3

…The Michigan Daily - Thursday, July 28, 1983 - Page 3 'U' service workers ratify new one-year contract By DAN GRANTHAM After working for two months without a contract, the University's service and a maintenance workers ratified a new contract Tuesday night that will give them a slight raise. Members of Local 1583 of the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME) voted to accept the agreement which was worked out by ...…

July 30, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 29) • Page Image 3

…Prof calls students By JACKIE YOUNG A mist floats through the air and 'Students (today) are much people sweat as they sit on the benches and too cautiOuS, t00willin surrounding the Diag. Students and g townies stare at the metal "M" in the game imposed upon them by ti center -a gift o the class of'3jut hernam The "M"used to see a lot of wear in I just wish they would run amu the '60s, when students protested loudly for social change. The ralli...…

July 07, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 19) • Page Image 4

…Page 4 - The Michigan Daity - Thursday, July 7, 1983 Orbitinig ants di*,e on r~i Ze ot space shuttle flight CAMDEN, N.J. (AP) - A high school California, when Challenger landed, or project that gained national attention as a result of the liftoff itself," said when it booked a ride for an ant colony Fred Reiss, a Camden High School on the space shuttle Challenger has had science teacher and director of the some bad news, project, which was und...…

July 09, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 20) • Page Image 4

…Page 4 - The Michigan Daily - Saturday, July 9, 1983 Flipping burgers can open career doors By VICKI LAWRENCE year, plus' bonuses and benefits. Ar Q: Lately, I've been interested in the assistant manager might start at field of restaurant management. around$12,000. What's the outlook for restaurant Restaurant chains or large cor managers, how much do they make, porations in the hospitality industry of and what do I need to do to get into the f...…

July 12, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 21) • Page Image 4

…Page 4 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, July 12, 1983 Theater dept. will move to music school (Contind from Page 3) strengthen the department. Dean Peter Steiner, is that it would give "(The move) will put a larger group students earning professional degrees of creative artists under one school in theater - which are performance- which will offer more understanding oriented, - better instruction through than LSA," Pilkington said. the music sch...…

July 14, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 22) • Page Image 4

…Page 4 - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, July 14, 1983 Dow to sponsor 'U dioxin researchers By JACKIE YOUNG with wire reports Dow Chemical Company awarded a $250,000 research grant yesterday to the University's Department of Chemical Engineering to investigate dioxin problems in Michigan. University Engineering Prof. Jerome Schultz and H.S. Fogler, associate dean of chemical engineering, are co- directing the study which is part of a $3 millio...…

July 16, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 23) • Page Image 4

…Page 4 - The iAdian Daily*- Saturday,'JiJy' t6,1983 FBI investigation of beating death extended (Contnuedfrom Page 3) a possible life sentence if they are convicted. MEANWHILE, Chin's supporters have filed an appeal and are waiting to hear if an appeals court of the State Supreme Court will hear the case. Former Michigan Supreme Court Justice Thomas Brennan has agreed to act as counsel in Chin's ease. The American Citizens for Justice, a prim...…

July 19, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 24) • Page Image 4

…Page 4 --The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, July 19, 1983 NASA chiefforsees U.S. space station WASHINGsOr(A)-NAS'sc Beggs said. 'The space station is the WASHNGTN (A) -NASAs cief next logical step for long-duration predicted yesterdsy that President work. Reagan soon will give the go-ahead for "WITHOUT A station, I can envision an American manned space station, a much different world several years saying, "If the United States does not from now," h...…

July 21, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 25) • Page Image 4

…Page 4 - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, July 21, 1983 Reagan officials head for Bohemian club WASHINGTON (AP) - Several Reagan administration officials, in- cluding two senior cabinet officers, are packing for the annual gathering of the all-male Bohemian club in Northern California - and a quick inspection of a nearby naval station means taxpayers will pay the airfare for at least some of them. Defense Secretary Caspar Wein- berger and two o...…

July 23, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 26) • Page Image 4

…Page 4 - The Michigan Daily - Saturday, July 23, 1983 Engin. students to pay for computers (continuedfromPage1) money's worth," said Mechanical (MTS) cannot provide.E Duderstadt said'that MTS does not of- ngineering Chairman Richard Son- Duesatsi htMSde o f t.fer the speed, graphics, and capacity to ntg. tdnt r kptclta comu aebe endepartens But some students are skeptical that communicate between they will benefit from the system, and S ditin,...…

July 26, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 27) • Page Image 4

…Page 4 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, July 26, 1983 Newswoman sues for sexual discrimination KANSAS CITY, Mo. (UPI) - Jurors were being selected yesterday to hear a $1.2 million sex discrimination suit filed by a former television news anchor- woman who may call a governor and a national TV critic as witnesses. More than 60 people -including Kan- sas Gov. John Carlin and media critic, Ron Powers - may testify for Christine Craft, the 38-year...…

July 28, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 28) • Page Image 4

…Page 4 - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, July 28, 1983 Police clear Union after bomb threat By HALLE CZECHOWSKI Ann Arbor Police evacuated the third and fourth floors of the Michigan Union for nearly half an hour Tuesdaymor- ning, after a group with an office on the top floor received a bomb threat. Members of the Spartacus Youth League (SYL) called the Ann Arbor Police at 10:48 a.m. Tuesday, saying that their New York office had received an a...…

July 30, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 29) • Page Image 4

…Page 4 - The Michigan Daily - Saturday, July 30, 1983 MSU approves 9.5 percent tuition hike EAST LANSING - The Michigan year which officials say helped to Keep State University Board of Trustees the tuition increases lower than in past yesterday approved a 9.5 percent years. tuition hike by a 6-2 vote. THE UNIVERSITY'S Regents ap- MSU President Cecil Mackey said lie proved a 9.5 percent hike earlier this realizes tuition is high, and he at- mo...…

July 07, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 19) • Page Image 5

…Camp trains junior By HALLE CZECHOWSKI "Let's get jacked-up," screamed the group of 80 sweat-drenched high school football players before tackling a set of dumbells to build their young muscles. Lodged in South Quad since Tuesday for the five-day Michigan Football Techniques Camp, nearly 1,000 young men from across the nation are struggling through rigorous drills in hopes of being one of '.Bo's boys." Along with their high school coaches, yo...…

July 09, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 20) • Page Image 5

…The Michigan Daily - Saturday, July 9, 1983 - Page 5 Lesbians may prosecute PanTree By JACKIE YOUNG Three women who lost their jobs at a local restaurant last February have charged that the management violated their human rights, firing them because they are lesbians. A city attorney is scheduled to decide Monday whether the women have enough evidence to prosecute the Pan- Tree Restaurant on East Liberty Street for violating an Ann Arbor huma...…

July 12, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 21) • Page Image 5

…Army fears six dead in helicopter crash SOUTH FOX ISLAND, (UPI) - Ar- my officials said yesterday there was "no indication of survivors" in the crash of a,101st Airborne Division CH-47 Chinook helicopter with six men aboard on a small island in northern Lake Michigan. The accident occurred just before midnight Sunday in a heavily wooded area off of the tiny island, which is located about 45 miles northwest of Traverse City. A team of U.S. Army...…

July 14, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 22) • Page Image 5

…The Michigan Daily - Thursday, July 14, 1983 - Page 5 Sorority clinic coaches rushees By CHERYL BAACKE "What should I wear to the rush parties tonight?" This crucial question is asked by thousands of women at colleges nationwide every fall as they prepare for the trying process of sorority rush MARGARET ANN ROSE has asked that all- important question, but now she has some answers which could give women who want to join sororities an edge on m...…

July 16, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 23) • Page Image 5

… Regents vote 5-2 to approve 9.5% hike in tuition (Continued from Page 1) hers salaries that are competitive with other top schools nationwide. "I DO NOT believe a five percent (salary increase) will be sufficient to help us keep from losing ground with our peer institutions," said Frye. "But it will be fairly competitive with what's going on." Baker strongly opposed the increase and proposed an amendment, which was defeated 5-2, that the hike...…

July 19, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 24) • Page Image 5

… The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, July 19,1983-- Page 5 Carter says Reagan didn't have books TOKYO (AP) - Former President Jimmy Carter said yesterday he accep- ts President Reagan's word that he did not personally have Carter's confiden- tial debate briefing books during the 1980 presidential campaign. Carter also said he believes Reagan now sees the issue as "a very serious matter." But Carter said he didn't think the furor over how Reagan's ...…

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