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July 17, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 42) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily Vol. XCII, Ann Arbor Michigan--Saturday, July 17. 1982 Ten Cents Twelve Pages student's robot Computers meet robots in unique student-built robotic system By SCOTT STUCKAL It's small, shiny, has one mechanical arm, and. is made by University students. Brave new world come to campus? Not exac- tly, but it is one of the first student-built robotic manufacturing systems in the country. The system was assembled as a projec...…

July 20, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 43) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily 1CTwe1 lvPae Vol. XCII, No. 43-S Ann Arbor, Michigan-Tuesday, July 20, 1982 Ten Cents Twelve Pages CCEW avoids review Women's education center averts cuts By FANNIE WEINSTEIN University Vice President for Academic Affairs Billy Frye announ- ced yesterday that, based on the report made by the review committee evauating the Center for the Continuing Education of Women (CCEW), the center will not undergo a major budgetar...…

July 21, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 44) • Page Image 1

…ART FAIR GUIDE intoday' TlIhe Michigan Daily Vol. XCII, No. 44-S Ann Arbor, Michigan-Wednesday, July 21, 1982 Ten Cents Twelve Pages plus Supplement 15 Tuition hike set for Regents' vote By BILL SPINDLE The University Regents will be asked to approvea 15 percent tuition increase at their monthly meeting tomorrow, a University administrators said yester- day. Vice President for Academic Affairs Billy Frye said the 15 percent hike proposed by h...…

July 22, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 45) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily Vol. XCII, No. 45-S Ann Arbor, Michigan-Thursday, July 22, 1 Watt opens .S. coast to drilling WASHINGTON (AP)- After 16 mon- sitive tracts. ths of controversy, Interior Secretary But Watt, in approving the plan, said James Watt gave final approval the country's offshore leasing program yesterday to a program that will open had an "excellent environmental and virtually the entire U.S. coastline for oil safety record. New l...…

July 23, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 46) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily Vol. XCII, No. 46-S Ann Arbor, Michigan-Friday, July 23, 1982 Ten Cents Twelve Pages I. - -.n Israel f orces attack along cease-fire une From the Associated Press Israeli warplanes and tanks attacked Syrian and Palestinian guerrilla forces along the entire cease-fire line in eastern Lebanon yesterday and ham- mered Yasser Arafat's west Beirut en- clave in the heaviest fighting in more than a month. The Israeli Cabinet order...…

July 24, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 47) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily M~mllllllllli|||Vol. XCII, No. 47-S Ann Arbor, Michigan-Saturday, July 24, 1982 Ten Cen ts Twelve Pages REGENTS APPROVE TUITION, FACULTY RAISES Students to pay 15% more By BILL SPINDLE The University Regents unanimously approved yesterday an average 15 per- cent tuition hike and a $5 million plan to raise faculty salaries. No provisions were made, however, to improve the salaries of non-faculty University personnel. THE TUI...…

July 27, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 48) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily Vol. XCII, No. 48-S Ann Arbor, Michigan-Tuesday, July 27, 1982 Ten Cents Sixteen Pages Non- aculty staf By BILL SPINDLE Last week's announcement that non- academic employees probably will not receive a pay raise this fall has sparked protest among some University staff members. The administration's tentative bud- get, presented at last week's Regents meeting, includes pay hikes for faculty, but does not provide salary incr...…

July 28, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 49) • Page Image 1

…e 1C 1DRI0 1 The MAV-ichigan.Dail Vol. XCII, No. 49-S Ann Arbor, Michigan-Wednesday, July 28, 1982 Ten Cents Sixteen Pages 'U' enrollment to drop by 830 By GEORGE ADAMS A drop in student enrollment coupled with decreasing state aid will have a significant impact on the 1982-83 fiscal budget and may create a "financially elitist school," University officials said yesterday. Sue Mims, director of the Office of Academic Planning and Analysis, sa...…

July 29, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 50) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily Vol. XCII, No. 50-S Ann Arbor, Michigan-Thursday, July 29, 1982 Ten Cents Twelve Pages MORE THAN 500 COLLEGES TO LOSE FUNDS Feds crack down on loan defaults WASHINGTON (AP) - Education Secretary T. H. Bell yesterday barred more than 400 colleges and trade schools from receiving further federal student-loan money on grounds their default rates exceed 25 percent. The University of Michigan, however, wad not one of those schoo...…

July 30, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 51) • Page Image 1

…Vol. XCII, No. 51-S Ann Arbor, Michigan-Friday, July 30, 1982 Ten Cents Twelve Poges Med unit shake-up orces layo s By LOU FINTOR merly called the Primary Care-Com- In addition to the staff and name confirm nor deny reports that the unit Several sources at the University's munity Medicine Unit. changes, the unit has switched its office supervisor and research School of Medicine yesterday revealed UNIT CHIEF Dr. Robert Carpenter health care phi...…

July 31, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 52) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily Vol. XCII, No. 52-S Ann Arbor, Michigan-Saturday, July 31, 1982 Ten Cents CONGRESS ALSO LINKS AID TO DRAFT REGISTRATION Twelve Pages House votes to boost student aid By FANNIE WEINSTEIN In an effort to restore funds that have been cut from next year's federal student financial aid programs, the House of Representatives voted Thur- sday to provide an additional $169 million to students. In separate action, both houses of...…

July 07, 1989 (vol. 99, iss. 7) • Page Image 2

…The Michigan Daily-Friday, July 7,1989-Page 2 MSA BY DIANE COOK At -their June meeting, t University's Board of Regents to the Michigan Student Assembly develop a better method for monit ing their funds before the reger will approve the budget for ne year. It became apparent that there h been a miscalculation of fundi available at the time MSA w planning to pay the Ann Arb Tenants Union and the Student Lei Services which comprise about percen...…

July 14, 1989 (vol. 99, iss. 8) • Page Image 2

…Page 2-The Michigan Daily-Friday, July 14,1989 Young scholars hit campus BY WENDY WORTHEN GPA and obtain a minimum score of The Wade H. McCree Initiative 19 on the ACT exam. I Scholars Program kicked off its Most ISP students far exceed second annual three week summer these minimum requirements, said program at the University last Program Assistant Barbara Dobbs. Sunday as 39 students from five "Nothing is handed to these Detroit inner-city hi...…

July 21, 1989 (vol. 99, iss. 9) • Page Image 2

…Page 2-The Michigan Daily-Friday, July 21,1989 Strike Continued from Page 1 nurses can work elsewhere for the same money, but in less stressful environments. Also,the constant in- flux of new, untrained staff adds to the responsibilities of the senior nursing staff. Most nurses said they want the administration to hire more nursing staff, decrease the amount of manda- tory overtime expected from them, and improve staff retention rates by offe...…

July 28, 1989 (vol. 99, iss. 10) • Page Image 2

…Page 2-The Michigan Daily-Friday, July 28,1989 Nu e "We haven Cn es from Page 1 f patints University hospital spokesperson Universi Catherine Cureton said that the rejec- about 20 ten tion of the contract is a disappoint- the gap left ment, but added "it's not a surprise." Nurses in supervisory positions She did do not belong to the UMPNC was costing because they are involved in temporary si employment decisions. financial iss Since the strike...…

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 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 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 08, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 8) • Page Image 2

…Page 2-The Michigan Daoly - Friday, July 8, 1988 Ban bars boarders from downtown boulevards BY ANNA SENKEVITCH Downtown skateboarders may receive five-dollar tickets and have their boards impounded by the Ann Arbor police after July 21. The Ann Arbor City Council voted Tuesday, 6-5, for a law to make skateboarding on sidewalks illegal along sections of Liberty, State, Main, and South University Streets, as well as in Liberty Park Plaza. "The ...…

July 15, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 9) • Page Image 2

…Page 2- The Michigan Daily - Friday, July 15, 1988 g and that it should be eliminated if its problems can't be solved. "I was re- sponsible for passing bylaw 7.02," Continued from Page 1 he said. "Since it has failed to oper- pices of regental bylaw 2.01, can ate, I feel I have some responsibility impose a code unilaterally. Bylaw to correct it." 2.01 grants the University president "It's always harder for a new "general power" over "the ma...…

July 22, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 10) • Page Image 2

…Page 2 - The Michigan Daily - Fi Police arrest suspect 0i1rap nPS rape riday, July 22, 1988 BY NANCY LIPIN trials usually take place within two to three months of the arraignment. Ann Arbor police have appre- Willis' bail was set lower than hended a suspect in the May 29 rape $100,000, but when he failed to at gunpoint of a woman in an Angell appear at his originally scheduled Hall bathroom. examination last week, it was raised. The man, Dela...…

July 29, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 11) • Page Image 2

…Page 2 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, July 29, 1988 Ed. school gets new dean [ ...... BY JEFF ARCHER The newly-appointed dean of the! tion will begin his five-year term ausl end of a five-year period of budget cut Cecil Miskel, whose appointment the University Board of Regents at t week, will oversee a "rebuilding perio said Carl Berger, who proceeded Misk In 1983, the University had the school of education to cut its progra due to financial...…

July 10, 1987 (vol. 96, iss. 8) • Page Image 2

…Page 2-The Michigan Daily-Friday, July 10, 1987 Programs encourage minority students to plan for future 4 (Continued from Page 1) visits to various departments and schools at the University. According to Annette Bardouille- Crema, director of the College Day program, neither program attempts to recruit students specifically for the University. "The high-school program is not a recruiting project. The idea is to get secondary schools and par...…

July 17, 1987 (vol. 96, iss. 9) • Page Image 2

… Page 2 -The Michigan Daily, Friday, July 17, 1987 Enrollment to be investigated By LISA BABCOCK racism and admissions, as well as Richard Kennedy, the University's A committee of two University limited enrollment growth, may vice president for government rela- regents, two state senators, and two have prompted the state to give the tions, said the University's initia- state representatives will be appoin- University less funding than it ex- t...…

July 24, 1987 (vol. 96, iss. 10) • Page Image 2

…Page 2 --The Michigan Daily, Friday;July 24, 1987 MS A officials clean shop during lul "By MARTHA SEVETSON for the fally" Esther Armstead, a former student assembly's historical file - a record hoping to increase communication fighting for student causes have concentrated their efforts this adviser and secretary for the of election results and meetings - with students in the fall. LSA junior fihting fr suentchsshe oncetrate dingfforts ew Finan...…

July 31, 1987 (vol. 96, iss. 11) • Page Image 2

…Page 2 -The Michigan Daily Friday, July 31, 1987 Career women struggle to find time for family By LISA POLLAK Look, up in the sky! It's a bird. It's a plane. It's... Mom? According to a study released by the University's Institute for Social Research in July, over 75 percent of women with both career and family roles experience the "superwoman" conflict, a working mothers' syndrome characterized by having "too much to do and not enough time t...…

July 06, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 20) • Page Image 2

…6 Page 2 - The Michigan Daily - Friday July 6, 1984 GET T GB! \b I t A, W Wc ©1@ q New blue mascot If LSA senior Vic Lacca has his way, Willie Wolverine will be the new Michigan mascot. Lacca said he plans to sell T-shirts with the new logo and put up posters before football games to boost school spirit. He is also trying to get permission to create a Willie Wolverine costume for a student to wear on the football field during the games. 'U' E...…

July 08, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 21) • Page Image 2

…q Page 2 - The Michigan [aily - Sunday, July 8, 1984 Dueling jugglers Willy Firestone (left) of Chicago and George Tirebitter of Ann Arbor concentrate on their pins yesterday in the Diag. Jackson s KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - The Jacksons' Victory Tour has hit the road with eye-popping special effects and high-energy performances by Michael Jackson and his brothers, opening a 13- city, 37-concert tour hailed by promoters as the largest and most...…

July 10, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 22) • Page Image 2

…41 Ferency wants more delegates for Jackson DETROIT (UPI) - Activist Attorney Zolton Ferency, seeking reallocation of the state's Democratic National Con- vestion delegates to Jesse Jackson, yesterday asked the Michigan Court of Appeals to order state regulation of Democratic party caucus practices. The attorney persuaded the court to hold an expedited hearing yesterday. The Democratic National Convention, howevever, opens July 16 in San Fra...…

July 13, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 23) • Page Image 2

…41 Page 2 -The Michigan Daily - Friday, July 13, 1984 'U' offers bargaining workshop for unions By MICHAEL NOWLIN A training school for union members scheduled for July 19-21 at the University is "the only one of its kind in the country," according to Karen Roe, a spokeswoman for the school. "The 1984 Midwest School on Unions, Collective Bargaining and Workplace Participation will be strictly from'a union perspective, geared solely to union...…

July 15, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 24) • Page Image 2

…Uq State taxpayers' fate to be decided this fall By KARI MANNS A state constitutional amendment that would require voter approval for all tax increases and new taxes, may be on this fall's ballot. The proposal is sponsored by the Voter's Choice, a coalition of Michigan taxpayers. Their goal is to make gover- nment more accountable. IF PASSED, the proposal would be retroactive to 1981. "Any. level of government will have to have all taxes sin...…

July 17, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 25) • Page Image 2

…M Page 2 - The Michigan Daily- Tuesday, July 17, 1984 Polish court clears police of negligence WARSAW, Poland (AP) - A court yesterday acquitted two policemen in the beating death of a 19-year-old Solidarity supporter, but convicted two ambulance drivers of negligence in the case. All four originally were indicted on charges of beating the teen-ager to death. SOLIDARITY SUPPORTERS who said police were responsible for the death of Grzegorz Pr...…

July 20, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 26) • Page Image 2

…4 Page 2 - The Michigan Daily - Fridc Transplant patient listed as fair By GEORGEA KOVANIS A two-year-old girl - the nation's youngest heart transplant recipient - still shows signs of rejecting the new organ, a hospital spokesman said yesterday. According to John Woodford, a spokesman for the University's C.S. Mott Children's Hospital, results of a heart biopsy released Wednesday showed the girl is still rejecting the heart although her circ...…

July 22, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 27) • Page Image 2

…q Page 2 - The Michigan Daily - Sunday, July 22, 1984 RACE IS HOT, INTEREST IS NOT Dunn, Lousma fight toward primary LANSING (UPI) - So far, for many in the state the Republican senatorial primary-has been a hard-fought and even bitter contest between two men they don't know very much about. Jim Dunn, an East Lansing businessman who ser- ved one term in Congress, is slugging it out with Jack Lousma, a former astronaut who returned to his nat...…

July 24, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 28) • Page Image 2

…Reagan, Bush begin intense campaign From United Press International President Reagan, countering a popularity slip since the Democratic convention, yesterday began a blitz that includes a news conference, a three-state campaign trip and some barnstorming by Vice President George Bush. The Democrats' newly installed team, after a week of uncontested at- tention during the party's convention in San Francisco, mostly stayed out of the limelight. ...…

July 27, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 29) • Page Image 2

…a Page 2 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, July 27, 1984 B riti sh I coal strike blamed for $1.2 biflion annual loss LONDON (UPI) - The National Coal Board yesterday reported an annual loss of $1.19 billion in the state-owned coal industry and blamed a quarter of that amount on a 20-week-old coal miner's strike. The announcement coincided with a unanimous vote to continue the strike by leaders of the militant National Union of Mineworkers, on s...…

July 29, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 30) • Page Image 2

…i Page 2 - The Michigan Daily - Sunday, July 29, 1984 Union's General Store to close By THOMAS HRACH The Michigan Union's late-night staple, The General Store, will close Tuesday as the Union phases out its retail operations under an agreement which gives a privately owned bookstore exclusive rights to sell Michigan insignia merchandise and cer- tain other items. Currently the Union runs three different retail operatons which include The Gen...…

July 31, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 31) • Page Image 2

…Page 2 - The MichiganDaily-- Tuesday, Juiy-31, 1984 Nine-day old British girl gets new heart LONDON (AP) - Doctors gave a new heart team, took five and a half hours. Yesterday after- Cosgrove said it would be several days before yesterday to nine-day-old Hollie Roffey, the world's noon, Cosgrove announced Hollie was in stable con- Hollie's chances of survival became clear. "We are youngest heart transplant patient, after her surgeon dition. ju...…

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 09, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 26) • Page Image 2

…WHILE WE WERE AWAY 13 occupy recruiting office 4 By JANICE PLOTNIK A group of 13 Ann Arbor residents occupied an Air Force Recruiting office on South University and Church two weeks ago to protest the U.S. military involvement in El Salvador's Air War and the war to overthrow the government of Nicaragua. The group put signs reading "Stop The U.S. War Against Nicaragua" in the office's windows and sat in the lobby of the office, hoping to det...…

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