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July 25, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 10) • Page Image 1

…Summer Weekly Edition r Sidian 4ail Ninety-six years of editorial freedom Vol. XCVI - No. 10-S Regents approve tuition Copyright 1986 TheMichigan Dily Ann Arbor, Michigan - Friday, July 25, 1986 Sixteen Pages R-um "_ increases By PHILIP LEVY Tuition for in-state students was raised 4.3 percent by the Board of Regents last Friday, while out-of- state students will pay 8 percent more next fall. As expected, the regents approvedii t., s the ...…

July 25, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 10) • Page Image 2

…Page 2 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, July 25, 1986 Computers may be delayed By EUGENE PAK Information Technology Division, Installation of the University's said an upswing in contracting prices much-publicized new computers may and the discovery of unexpected be delayed up to a year due to a lack of building conditions - including leaky space, a University official said. basements and lack of bathrooms - Vice Provost for Information caused th...…

July 25, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 10) • Page Image 3

…The Michigan Daily - Friday, July 25, 1986 - Page 3 ' Ne otiations continue on 'U' workers' contract By NANCY BRAIMAN Dwight Newman, who represents the "This issue is best discussed at the University maintenance and ser- workers, claims this would cost negotiating table and left out of the vice employees are closer to reaching workers about 20 additional cents per media," Thiery said. a labor contract with the University's hour. Subtracted fro...…

July 25, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 10) • Page Image 4

…Page 4 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, July 25, 1986 A rt ni des streets City manages art fair influx By MARY CHRIS JAKLEVIC Thousands of visitors crammed into a normally tranquil town like Ann Ar- bor seems like a logistical nightmare. But for city officials, dealing with art fair crowds has become old hat. "The fair doesn't affect our traffic flow that much. We've been using the same detour system for 20 years," said John Robbins, director ...…

July 25, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 10) • Page Image 5

…The Michigan Daily - Photos ris , auu cum Chris wigg Friday, July 25, 1986 - Page 5 Doily Photo by CHRIS TWIGG Heidi Cobb and J. Robert Black sit at their State Street "People Pots" booth. The two Ann Arbor residents were 'locals' at the fair. Faces of the fair Daily Photo by CHRIS TWIGG. 'Old time musician' Evan Price, plays the accordian on Liberty Street Wed- Snesday:,/e 13 year4Ald R6echeStr tesideht albooplay the fife. violin and tamb...…

July 25, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 10) • Page Image 6

…OPINION Friday, July 25, 1986 Page 6 TheA Michigan Daily UT t ir Vol. XC 96 Years of E Unsigned editorials represent the ma Cartoons and signed editorials do no Research. A VIRTUAL BAN on classified A research is the best recommen- dation the committee reviewing the University's classified research guidelines could have made. The committee was appointed last November after the Board of Regents ordered a review of the current guidelines, a...…

July 25, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 10) • Page Image 7

…PERSPECTIVES Paae 7 Friday, July 25, 1986 The Michigan Daily i Baker talks about candidacy Dean Baker, a candidate for the the wealthier farmers, the top 15 per- D: Have other cities taken the same Democratic congressional cent of farmers receive 60 percent of stand as Ann Arbor? nomination in the second district all subsidies. I would redirect aid B: They've passed similar toward middle class family farmers. proposals elsewhere. Eugene,...…

July 25, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 10) • Page Image 8

…FORUM Page 8 Friday, July 25, 1986 The Michigan Daily Current definitions of adulthood need to be revised year olds are obviously not mature traditional lament about war is that minimum age to buy pornographic enough to vote. They chose Reagan. young men are sent off to die. Well, materials -93. The ideal voting age - 30. (Note: This that can be corrected. Just send old Averaging all these figures, we find should stop a lot of pandering that m...…

July 25, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 10) • Page Image 9

…ARTS Page 9 Friday, July 25, 1986 The Michigan Daily Graceful Arch displays talents By Nolan Feintuch Malaysian Dancers were not able to make their performance, but besides that everything is great." T HE ANN ARBOR Arts Fair got off with a soaring start this Wed- The highlighted acts of the festival nesday. Anything from politics, to the are Gemini (a folk duo), the Lunar arts, to dance was the name of the Glee Club, and Ann Arbor's fav...…

July 25, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 10) • Page Image 10

…Page 10- The Michigan Daily - Friday, July 25, 1986 New music seminar reveals innovation By. V. J. Beauchamp and Tom Simonian n July, when Manhattan smells its worst, and humidity hovers around a hundred percent, when swarms of tourists descend to ex- perience the most expensive city on earth, ah, yes, mid-July is the time of the annual New Music Seminar. The NMS is an opportunity, if you will, for the teeming masses of- the music industry, y...…

July 25, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 10) • Page Image 11

…The Michigan Daily-Friday July 2 , 1986 Page 11 'The Butcher' slashes his way to fame in 1982 when he first began writing By Mark FreitaS songs at home, not really planning to make records or form a group. After writing about "three and a half B LOODY NONSENSE, The Jazz songs" he put together a tape to send Butcher's first American to some friends. "I just felt I needed a release,. is a compilation of songs name to hang all this stuff on, it ...…

July 25, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 10) • Page Image 12

…iage 12- The Mihigan Daily - Friday, July 25, 1986 Student protest may have killed limit (ContinuediromPagei) at Tuesday's meeting of the Univer- tivities Center (UAC). nity Council President Danny before the Michigan Advertising But according to University Vice sity's executive officers. THE LIMIT was imposed by the Of- Kavanaugh about the restriction. In Works, which is responsible for the President for Academic Affairs and "I ASSUME they fi...…

July 25, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 10) • Page Image 13

…Bike museum opens for nostalgic cyclists n,,..,,,. .a t,, ~i.......,.ra ....,.......,..e' By HARISH CHAND supported the claims of the museums While more than 40 bicycles are The bicycle, evolutionary founders. "It's great!" said Elizabeth currently exhibited at the museum, a predecessor to the automobile, has Wright, who graduated from the revolving display format will be used wheeled its way into posterity at the University in May. "Only i...…

July 25, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 10) • Page Image 14

…I Page 14- The Michigan Daily - Friday, July 25, 1986 New 'U' facility handles athletic health problem By ELLEN FIEDELHOLTZ the cardiac program, he plans to take of the sports medicine programs, a The new University sports medicine participants grocery shopping in or- Tom Monaghan, president program is not limited to athletes. der to show them which products are Domino's pizza. MedSport, located at Domino Far- best. ms near Ann Arbor, treats ...…

July 25, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 10) • Page Image 15

…The Michigan Daily - Friday, July 25, 1986- Page 15 Regent sees 'U' autonomy threatened By PHILIP LEVY from the state is Regent Deane Baker around this dependence on the state, Under Gov. James Blanchard, the (R-Ann Arbor). at least in the near future. The only state has pressured the University At last week's regents meeting, universities that can avoid the and other public institutions to limit Baker advocated defying the gover- dilemma are...…

July 25, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 10) • Page Image 16

…SPORTS Page 16 Friday, July 25, 1986 The Michigan Daily Sports camps benefit the coaches too Potential recruits among, 8700 summer campers By EMILY BRIDGHAM invites the athletes to "come out and From as far away as Alaska, kids of enjoy the exposure to some thirty all ages and talents are piling into Ann college coaches." It also states that Arbor for Michigan's "Summer Camp "large numbers of our campers have of Champions." They're here to gai...…

July 18, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 9) • Page Image 1

…Summer Weekly Edition' Ninety-six years of editorial freedom Vol. XCVI - No. 9-S Copyright 1986 I Ann Arbor, Michigan - Friday, July 18, 1986 Twelve Pages 'U' proposes tuition increass By PHILIP LEVY business administration, medical, and law schools. These Blanchard threatened to veto the University's appropriation The University Board of Regents is expected to approve this :schools raise tuition more than other schools because they ha- f...…

July 18, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 9) • Page Image 2

…Page 2-The Michigan Daily- Friday, July 18, 1986 Suit alleges bar had racial bias 4 By RICHARD KANG Another former employee said, An owner of the Nectarine ""They took cognac off the shelves Ballroom has denied allegations that because it seemed that cognac was a he pursued racist policies designed to favorite among the blacks." She also keep black people out of his dance said Ritter's accusations of a stricter bar. dress code for blacks were,...…

July 18, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 9) • Page Image 3

…Food fight Daily Photo by CHRIS TWIGG Onlookers absorb themselves in a battle between the Cottage Inn and A&W baseball teams, at a field near Stadium Boulevard Sunday. ' U'restricts Diag banners to 10 By PETER ORNER Michigan Advertising Works, which other students about social and' Despite student opposition, the is responsible for Diag banners, set political events," he said. University will restrict the number of August 1 as the deadline on ...…

July 18, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 9) • Page Image 4

…Page 4- The Michigan Daily - Friday, July 18, 1986 Crisis center head requests more funds By MELISSA BIRKS They would also.accompany rape vic- But Brinkerhoff said other OSS puts in jeopardy whether to in- current budget of $75,000." The University's rape crisis center tims to the hospital and through programs take a higher priority than crease the sexual assault center. You But Steiner says she is reluctan needs $58,000 to hire two profession...…

July 18, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 9) • Page Image 5

…The Michigan Daily-- Friday, July 18, 1986 - Page 5 JULY 23 - 26 * South University * State Street " Main Street Areas ~gi PREMIER DELI SINCE 1896 Breakfast & Dinner Specials including Bagel / Cream Cheese / Coffee $10 " Deli & Deluxe Sandwiches " Submarine Sandwiches " Salad Bar " Pizza * Soup & Chili Homemade Daily FREE DELIVERY 211 S. State 10% off with this ad 662-9611 SAVE 1 On color film processing 1 1 1 $1.00 off .... 12 exposure I $...…

July 18, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 9) • Page Image 6

…OPINION Friday, July 18, 1986 Page 6 The Michigan Daily Vol. XCVI, No. 9-S 96 Years of Editorial Freedom Unsigned editorials represent the majority views of the Daily's Editorial Board Cartoons and signed editorials do not necessarily reflect the Daily's opinion. Aid scare Athlete-students ONCE AGAIN Governor Blan-. chard is offering state aid to the University conditionally, and once again the contingency is an in-state tuition ceiling. ...…

July 18, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 9) • Page Image 7

…PERSPECTIVES Page 7 Friday, July 18, 1986 The Michigan Daily Non-aligned Peruvian rebels fighting for their lives curred. In fact, as Peruvian slipped quietly into Lima. Such abuse By Marilyn Wilson President Alan Garcia himself stated, from both rival imperialist blocs un- some 40 to 60 of the prisoners who derscores the revolutionary integrity On June 18, the Peruvian military survived the initial barrage and at- of the PCP, which seek...…

July 18, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 9) • Page Image 8

…Page 8 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, July 18, 1986 Copley: Evening of contrasts In "Spawning," the first piece of the By Craig Varterian evening, the metamorphosis and evolutionary process meant to be por- trayed was achieved by the dancers M ONDAY'S performance by the with their amphibian-like motions J. Parker Copley Dance Com- that created an image of sea life, pany at the Power Center was an tidal pools and regeneration through evening ...…

July 18, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 9) • Page Image 9

…ARTS Page 9 Friday, July 18, 1986 The Michigan Daily Give me your tired, hungry, and artistic By Nolan Feintuch IF YOU WAKE up one morning -land take a stroll down East or South University and encounter more than 100,000 people crowded on the streets, the answer is no it is not another football game; it is the 27th Annual Original Juried Ann Arbor Art Fair. This event will take place July 23rd through the 26th and will feature over 240 d...…

July 18, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 9) • Page Image 10

…Page 10 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, July 18, 1986 A report on LSA's quality and future The following are excerpts Arts appointed a panel, known as the given to the teaching of critical "Blue Ribbon Commission," to make thinking... Our curriculum lacks; from a special report a careful study of two extremely im- structure and a sense of purpose... prepared by LSA 's Blue portant issues confronting the ...Faculty members often feel RibbonComm...…

July 18, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 9) • Page Image 11

…The Michigan Daily-Friday, July 18, 1986 - Page 11 Administration reconmends tuition hikes (ContinuedfromPage 1) Smith said, "the graduate students "THE GOVERNOR said: 'I want took the brunt last year. I don't think you to support me with a 4.3 percent it's fair for them to take the brunt increase.' We're saying, that's fine. again. Not'everyone that goes to this I'm saying that's wrong," Baker said. University is rich and can afford "If we ...…

July 18, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 9) • Page Image 12

…SPORTS Friday, July 18, 1986 Page 12 The Michigan Daily Frieder and Lund stand behind recruits By DAVE ARETHA "I have absolutely no concerns "Don't feel sorry for Bill Frieder or about (Robinson) or Terry, because Michigan basketball," said they're serious students who will do Michigan's head coach Wednesday. the work," Frieder said. Frieder said he was in no way "PHIL HUBBARD (1975-1979) was ashamed of the academic performan- a great play...…

July 11, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 8) • Page Image 1

…Summer Weekly Edition Ninety-six years of editorialfreedom Vol. XCV -No. 8+S Tech DAnn A Researchreport expected soon By MARTIN FRANK pleted its report this week. Members A report that could recommend must sign the document before changes in the University's guidelines presenting it to Shapiro. governing classified research will be THE current guidelines state that given to University President Harold research projects containing Shapiro next...…

July 11, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 8) • Page Image 2

…Page 2-The Michigan Daily - Fridy July 11196 Alleged shanty vandal to face judge By MELISSA BIRKS director of safety. staged a picket outside the to about $50 - and the damages, were signed this week, Schubring said. A University student who allegedly REAGAN NOW faces a maximum Washtenaw County Courthouse. They real, according to FSACC member The case was referred to city attor- ripped several boards off the anti- penalty of 90 days in jail an...…

July 11, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 8) • Page Image 3

…The Michigan Daily - Friday, July 11, 1986- Page 3 Freshman flood fills housing By EUGENE PAK director of admissions, the University A record number of freshmen ad- accepted 9,400 out of 17,500 ap- mitted to the University this fall and plications received this year. The an unexpected lack of cancellations number of applications rose seven have led to problems finding enough percent from last year, and a record dormitory space for freshmen. hi...…

July 11, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 8) • Page Image 4

…Page 4 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, July 11,1986 Engin dean to be named soon By ROB EARLE interim dean. The committee searching for a new Bhatta . Coltege of Engineering dean will Bhtacharya, a profeaaor of poblyofEgineremngdatwill electrical engineering, said the com- probably make its recommendation mittee is discussing the merits of within a month, according to a mem- several "very good" candidates from The committee is trying to find a b...…

July 11, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 8) • Page Image 5

…ive rar fac rec A ph) the top tre me Be rep A La hos me He nur trib he sin exf sai lev unt occ ho full The Michigan Daily - Friday, July 11, 1986 -Page 5 New University Hospital enjoys success By ELLEN FIEDELHOLTZ - cupancy rate is virtually unheard of." it difficult to get new patients into the parking problem by providing ad- optimistic, and the hospital plans to dedical experts have giventthe Un- Although the hospital opened six beds, he s...…

July 11, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 8) • Page Image 6

…Page 6 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, July 11, 1986 Guideline review committee to release report soon (Continuedfrompage 1) "Weakening the guidelines would James Lesch, the director of the LESCH ac led that universities all committee deliberations were closed The guideline review was ordered show the lack of guts the University division of research and development over the country have had to deal with to the public, causing some students by t...…

July 11, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 8) • Page Image 7

…ARTS Page 7 Friday, July 11, 1986 The Michigan Daily Summe By Nolan Feintuch D URING THOSE long summer nights in Ann Arbor, the place to be (if you are a movie buff) is the parking structure at the Power Center. Movies, ranging from Brando's The Wild One to Bogart's The African Queen are shown free and provide a pleasant way of enjoying the night. Beer, mostly smuggled in under cover, food, and many summer residents make up the atmosphere...…

July 11, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 8) • Page Image 8

…The Michigan Daily - Friday, July 11, 1986- Page8 'Red Wave' hits U.S.A. ds are employed by the government Initially, Russian underground By Beth Fertig as musicians. They get paid for being bands could only play in parks, musicians, that's their job. They houses, or parties and the music cir- record on the state-owned Melodiya culated the way it still does. But THERE'S A new album in the label and tour the Easten block coun- Stingray adds, "T...…

July 11, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 8) • Page Image 9

…The Michigan Daily - Friday, July 11, 1986 - Page 9 Records Big Black - Atomizer 4Homestead) Evil. Pure evil. But with a sense of humor, of course. This is the approach of Chicago's sonic ultimates, Big Black, wreaking revenge on the world for all of North- western University's athletic shor- tcomings. This record is truly sinister, far scarier than last year's nearly whimsical Racer X. Song topics include a town morally devouring itself, ars...…

July 11, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 8) • Page Image 10

…OPINION Friday, July 11, 1986 Page 10 The Michigan DoilyI Vol. XCVI, No. 8-S % Years of Editorial Freedom Unsigned editorials represent the majority views of the Daily's Editorial Board Cartoons and signed editorials do not necessarily reflect the Daily's opinion. Privacy rights TAST WEEK'S Supreme Court stitution protects that behavior. For ruling upholding the right of example, the court has ruled that states to outlaw 'consensual' sodomy...…

July 11, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 8) • Page Image 11

…PERSPECTIVES The Michigan Daily Friday, July 11, 1986 Page 11 New rules force students to pay for federal research By Robert Honigman federal government is legally deman- finances of their institution. for direct research. That leaves 48% way to accomplish this. The federal government is currently ding that the universities pay a major Most university spokesmen or $48 million of direct research not If you want to protest, you can write ado...…

July 11, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 8) • Page Image 12

…SPORTS._ _ Page 12 Friday, July 11, 1986 The Michigan Daily Watters on the road to Major Leagues F o . .let oh-for-four or even or-for-24 get hundred points from his sophomore to gets there he will do well and have you down into a hole. I'm still ad- junior year. It is not surprising that long major league career." justing to the difference. McKernan predicts a strong Major "Before this year began I knew only League future for him with time. D...…

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