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September 08, 1988 (vol. 99, iss. 1) • Page Image 51

…The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 8, 1988 - Page 15 PROFILE BY RYAN TUTAK If you ever have a conversation with Michigan Stu- dent Assembly President Michael Phillips, don't be surprised if he doesn't look you in the eye. Or if what he says offends you. "He doesn't like to gloss things over with niceties," said MSA Vice President Susan Overdorf, an LSA se- nior. "If he doesn't agree with what I'm doing, he'll let me know it." AND HE W...…

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…Page 16 - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 8, 1988 STUDENT LIFE 4 GREEKS Are turning over a new leaf BY DONNA IADIPAOLO Many people tend to associate the Greek sys- tem with toga parties instead of political parties. But through the efforts of Greeks for Peace, a group of politically-active fraternity and sorority members, the war in El Salvador last year reached the steps of the oldest sorority in America, Kappa Alpha Theta. THE U...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 8, 1988 - Page 17 FACULTY fMinority faculty ranks grow RN VERONICA WOOLRIDGE The University has hired 12 new lack faculty members for the com- ing year, more than any previous year, according to a provost's report on the minority affairs agenda. faculty The report said the University will probably hire six more minority fac- ulty, with 12 addi- tional offers under negotiation. THE NEW faculty wer...…

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…Pbge 18- The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 8, 1988 Your alarm clock broke, you're late for class, and the computer ate your term paper. You're a... irst ear tudent ...And your day has just begun JOHN MUNSON/Daily 9:21 a.m. After waiting in line for an hour at the computer center, you finally got a new printout of your paper. Too bad you read the assigned "2-4 pages" as 24. 10:46 a.m. You turned in your paper; now comes the hard w...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 8, 1988 - Page 19 12:51 p.m. Under the spit shield awaits lunch. Yum! 1:00-4:00 p.m. Too bad, your lab partner cut class. 7:18 p.m. Maybe no one will notice its only 10 lbs. 11:59 p.m. Time to start your paper due tomorrow. 1. 5 11 I - NEW , 7 .- =8FOR, l , "MIINK W M I …

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…:Page 20 - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 8, 1988 ~urL .114 D d r, , r-A F I book & supply 0(0 I S I I 1 ) :8 ON OUR ENTIRE THIRD FLOOR: Complete Selection of New and Used Textbooks Large Selection of Professional and Medical Reference Books Open Aisle Book Browsing Special Orders Available SPECIAL BOOK RUSH HOURS: Saturday Sept. 3-9:30-6:00 Sunday Sept. 4-12:00-5:00 Labor Day Sept. 5=12:00=5,00 Tues.-Thurs. Sept. ...…

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…9'A, o rto ealty. "The tudenskmak ... ,sins o}An2Aror. -Larry ockhardPa4Cotage In "Wenal s ad n x7 -$ r4' aeg 4,43; , -t ) g '? e- 8 ; a- 2. done, i Ann Arbor is still4 Y " 1 " V m - ° > 3p;; . E'-i haven't really° g changed, , a.4 a uand it's still3s ae great xg a ae rY d ak %w~a vv ,.. placey eto live.1" 11 5. k~f yus ' 4k J . .,.-T %sY xci "d z, ' -Bill Tice,'owner offTice's liquor "Its heshopig al ing;, ' look. To sayr the kleast, C ntsapy...…

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…Page 2 -- The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 8, 1988 STUDENTS AND ANN ARBOR .11 Housing crunch drives up rent BY CARRIE WEBSTER Since guaranteed housing at the University only lasts one year, most University students will eventually move into an apartment or house off campus. This means giving up the "friendly" landlord provided by University housing and becoming a member of the Ann Arbor community as a rent-paying tenant. "(Living ...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 8, 1988 - Page 3 STUDENTS AND ANN ARBOR 14 PM I Spend more than a penny... KARENHANDEMAN/Doily ...At Nickels Arcade. If you're looking for quaint shops, a post office, shelter from the rain, expensive clothing, or a short cut between Maynard and State Streets, this tunnel of tradition - located at the northwest end of the Diag - is for you. 'U,' studen BY DONNA IADIPAOLO Housing costs, crime pr...…

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…Page 4- The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 8, 1988 STUDENTS AND ANN ARBOR r det mal'ed ROBIN LOZNAK/Daily Ann Arbor resident Christopher Grilli takes a breather by the fountains at Briarwood Mall, located on State Street near I-95. After following the obstacle course of fountains, stairs, ramps and other wastes of public space, visit some of the 125 stores, as six million people do per year. Voting Continued from Page 2 dayime homele...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 8, 1988- Page 5 Rosa Armstrong greets three-year-old son Shawn at the city bus stop after her check-up at University Hospital. CITY VIEWS A ome Ann Arbor city councilmemers want this and other teenage skateboarders kept off downtown streets. F a c geAAbriU.cmmswnhsawh Your only contact with them may be when they ask you for - some spare change, or when they zoom by you on their skate- boards, or when y...…

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…Page 6 - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 8, 1988 STUDENTS AND ANN ARBOR ...And a ticket for $10 KAREN HANDE.MAN/Daily These newly-renovated, electronic revenue-makers collect $567,000 in change for the city each year. But the city collects $2.4 million annually in parking tickets from those drivers who don't adequately feed their meters - or can't find one and park illegally. Chuck Fritts (above) has been leaving these expensive not...…

September 08, 1988 (vol. 99, iss. 1) • Page Image 63

…The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 8, 1988-- Page 7 ANN ARBOR ISSUES Changes: What's happening to our city? ROBIN LOZNAK/Daly Bentley Historical Library Main Street, 1870 Main Street, 1988 GOP BY PETER MOONEY Ann Arbor is widely viewed as a bastion of liberalism in the Mid- west. Because of this reputation, a Re- publican victory in last April's Ann Arbor City Council elections sur- prised many followers of local poli- tics. Afte...…

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…Page 8 - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 8, 1988 ANN ARBOR ISSUES Local homeless turn to shelters BY TRACEY KAUFMAN On a typical evening at the Sal- vation Army's Arbor Haven Emer- gency Shelter in Ann Arbor, you might find a Michigan State Univer- sity graduate, a woman paying for her education while working to sup- port her four-year-old daughter, and another young woman saving money to return home after a broken en- gagement. ...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 8, 1988-- Page 9 PROFILE BY RYAN TUTAK Charles Tackett had another rough night. He spent the day looking for a job and was ready for a good night's sleep. But he has no home, and the Ann Arbor Homeless Shelter turned him away because he arrived past the 8:30 p.m. curfew. Like many other nights, Tackett ended up trying to get some rest on a park bench along the Huron River. "People walk by and look at...…

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…Page 10- The Michigan Daily -Thursday, September 8, 1988 ANN ARBOR ISSUES evelopment 4 BY PETER MOONEY The Ann Arbor building boom that began in the early '80s trans- formed the appearance of downtown and spurred the local economy, but some city residents argue the chan- ges have left downtown congested and unattractive. Ann Arbor Planning Commis- sioner Edward Surovell said devel- opment was needed after decades without major downtown cons...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 8, 1988 - Page 11 ANN ARBOR ISSUES Low-income housing gap grows BY ALYSSA LUSTIGMAN For students, finding a place to live is a difficult, but not unsolvable, problem. The option to live in a dormitory, apartment, house, or cooperative almost al- ways exists. But for many Ann Arbor residents, affordable housing is not so easy to obtain. Residents who are forced to pay more than 30 percent of their i...…

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…Page 12- The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 8, 1988 ANN ARBOR ISSUES City seeks solutionN for dump overflow 47 BY MIKE PITTMAN In 1987, the city of Islip, New York floated 3,000 tons of trash on a barge down the East Coast because its garbage dump was reaching ca- pacity. With Ann Arbor's Platt Road landfill nearly full, the city may soon find itself in a similar predica- ment. Ann Arbor's primary landfill currently holds enough trash ...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 8, 1988 - Page 13 'U'-CITY INTERACTION A force of two: Security, police jurisdiction overlap BY ANNA SENKEVITCH One wears a city badge; the other, a University seal. The Ann Arbor Police Depart- ment and University Public Safety usually have different jurisdictions and responsibilities - but when their roles overlap, the results can be complicated. Ann Arbor Police Capt. Robert ponn said city police ...…

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…Page 14 - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 8, 1988 'U'-CITY INTERACTION 'U', city share 1 BY LIZ ROHAN It has been said that husbands and wives begin to look alike after years together. The same appears true for the University and the town that surrounds it; the University has shaped the economy and values of Ann Arbor for decades. Ann Arbor has relied economi- cally on the University since the Civil War, said Jonathan Marwil, an ...…

September 08, 1988 (vol. 99, iss. 1) • Page Image 71

…The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 8, 1988-- Page 15 NOCTURNAL MISSIONS Along Nlgt' journey into day thing other than "Rodent Kontrol" on the bench at the East Quad heat vent. Take care of your hygiene needs by showering in the Diag's sprinkler system. And for Antichris- sakes, avoid those lines and buy your Kinko's coursepacks now! 4:29 a.m. Food Break! Time to restock your body with caffeine and carbohydrates. Ann Arbor has plenty ...…

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…Page 16 - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 8, 1988 Ann Arbor's t~ ig ions (coinmuutt Welcomes You! Korean United Methodist Church 1526 Franklin St., Ann Arbor (near Miller & Maple Rds.) Pastor: Rev. Dr. Woo-Hyun Jung Bi-lingual Worship Services (Korean-English) Sunday Worship Service: 11:00 a.m. Sunday School (all ages): 11:00 a.m. Korean Culture Class: 10:00 a.m. (Sun.) Wed. Prayer Meeting: 8:00 p.m. Fri. College Student Meetin...…

September 08, 1988 (vol. 99, iss. 1) • Page Image 73

…"I cherish the mo- ments that I had playing for Bo Schem- bechier. I learned a lot -not just about football, but about life. He's like a father to me. This was my best game ever and it's for him." -All-time leading rusher Jamie: Morris after rushing for a career-high 234 yards and three touchdowns in .~//this year's Hall of Fame Bowl; his final game as a Wolverine. "I' pa o agm 3g3 like that. I love good basketball games."~ a J7 ' n b 9x qt -M...…

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…Page 2 - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 8, 1988 FALL Question of D-pendability BY PETE STEINERT What ever happened to the good old days of the Big Two and the Lit- tle Eight? Everything was so simple then. A Michigan-Ohio State showdown for the Big Ten championship was as inevitable as a last-place finish for Northwestern. Now it seems that parity has in- vaded the conference, and the fate of the Wolverines has become more clouded...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 8, 1988- Page 3 ATHLETIC DIRECTOR * 0 The new AD: At first he said 'No,' but in the end it was bound to be... SCOTT LITUCHY/Daily Retiring AD Don Canham leaves Bo an economically successful department. On-field description is Bo-gus characterization BY STEVE BLONDER He is usually seen prowling the sidelines with an angry growl on his face, haranguing an official, or throwing his headset to the ...…

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… Page 4 - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 8, 1988 SPRING Blue batters * Big Ten in m elodram a BY MICHAEL SALINSKY The 1989 Michigan baseball team should put on quite a show for the Ann Arbor faithful. If 1987 was a "rebuilding" year and 1988 was a year of "growth," then 1989 may be a year of "fulfillment" for many of the young Wolverines. In 1987, the Wolverines were the surprise hit of the season. Head coach Bud Middaugh captured...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 8, 1988 - Page 5 JOHN MUNSON/Do An assistant football coach talks to some players during warm-ups before the spring football game. JBHN MUNSON/Daily Snapper Rusty Fichtner, holder Sean Eastman and second year kicker Gulam Khan practice field goals under the scrutiny of three coaches during the spring football season. Khan promises to provide a strong leg for the Wolverines in the years to come. Pract...…

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…Page 6 - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 8, 1988 WINTER 'M' b-ball steams like Rice I BY JEFF RUSH Picture this: A basketball lineup with a player who last year was "the second best player in the country," three former high school All-Ameri- cans, and a fifth player who is sometimes the most exciting player on the court. You ask what team this is? The Los Angeles Lakers? The Boston Celtics? Nah. It's just ol' Bill Frieder's Michi...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 8, 1988-- Page 7 WINTER Icers slide, slip through eventful year BY JULIE HOLLMAN The Michigan hockey team took its fans on a roller coaster ride filled with stomach-turning lows and exu- berant highs last season. After expe- riencing the greatest win in head coach Red Berenson's Michigan coaching career, the Wolverines ended their season with one of Berenson's worst losses. The Wolverines began the ...…

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…Page 8 - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 8, 1988 1t I Ic S e gi m0 ou t 0 I 1 I I I EWE n INsrRUCrOR li...F CRSE. SECT Ulrich's makes book have to search throuah nd it's 'NE In buying simple. You don't aisles and aisles looking s ! ! S a S t ' l for the books you need. You simply fill out our BOOK RUSH slip as shown above. Hand it to one of our friendly clerks (We hire an additional 100 employees to make it e...…

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…. ThNTERTAINME ' , r J ff 0 book & supply Three Floors of Almost Everything! x First Floor Second Floor Third Floor U of M INSIGNIA CLOTHING & SOUVENIRS GREETING CARDS PRINTS & POSTERS U OFFICE SUPPLIES ART & ENGINEERING SUPPLIES FOR THE STUDENT & PROFESSIONAL T w -/1 /1 "T f- flr mm,/T TT fTT fv COURSE TEXTS NEW AND USED (We have course lists from your instructors) BACKPACKS * CANDY & S AND MUCH S PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES PROFE...…

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… Page 2 -- The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 8, 1988 The Michigan Daily - Thur! FILM The ghosts of Ann Arbor cinema linger AFTER THE SHOW BY JOHN SHEA Certainly, there was confusion. The young man, a first-year student, stood under the State Street Theatre marquee expecting to find the very best cinema in the country. After all, this was Ann Arbor - one of the last bastions of the art outside New York and Los Angeles - long renowne...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Thursday, Page 14 - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 8, 1988 BOOKSTORES MUSEUMS & GALLERIES Chapter Two: Used books aren't .i, BY VERONICA WOOLRIDGE Ann Arbor is an intellectual haven where bookstores flourish, especially the used bookstores. "According to the New York Times Book Re- view, the Wall Street Journal and a couple of other periodicals that have come out in past years: Ann Arbor reads more, buys m...…

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… Page 4 - The Michigan Dai!y - Thursday, September 8, 1988 MUSEUMS & GALLERIES W 0~r Wizard Continued from Page 3 "And Dorothy, don't you dare forget the African and Oceanic sculpture as well as the Asian painting, sculpture, and decorative arts. And even if you can't find the Wizard there, make sure you take a peek at the special exhi- bitions which are often fabulous collections of contemporary art." "Wow Glenda, that sounds just awesome!...…

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…wIml - *-, * ,. The Michigan Doily - Thursday, Page 12-- The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 8, 1988 Music DANCE Ann Arbor feet keep tapping out t Bands Continued from Page 8 scratching and deft, hurricane back- beat swirls like the Tasmanian Devil in full spin. Dissonant guitar gurus Spahn Ranch add zip to their live shows with interesting home movies. The group doesn't do too many live per- formances, but when they opened for Soni...…

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…Page 6- The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 8, 1988 The Michigan Daily - Thursdc DANCE Music Toes Continued from Page 5 even count for credit. And for $30 per semester, Adult Lifestyle classes are offered at the CCRB in ballroom and modern jazz. "Put me in the spotlight!" Maybe dance classes aren't enough - you need to share your talents with an audience. If so, the University Dance department's Uni- versity DanceCompany holds audi- ...…

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…w. Page 10-The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 8, 1988 The Michigan Daily - Thursday, Se Music Disc-y business: The search will continue THEATRE All Ann Arbor's a stage...... BY TERRI S. PARK the sprawling three hour epic that Theatre in Ann Arbor. Sure i.t's - can cause even the most avid opera BY DONNA IADIPAOLO My friend Nikki had been looking for a certain album by the Longshore- men for a long 4 time, and even though she didn't ...…

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… Page 8 - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 8, 1988 Music The Michigan Daily - Thurs Don't mi on all th 88.3 88.7 89.1 89.9 91.7 92.3 93.9 94.7 95.5 96.3 97.9 98 7.7 99.5 100.3 101.1 101.9 102.9 104.3 105.1 105.9 106.7 107.5 FM WCBN Student-run International/ Alternative CJOM Hip Top 40 WEMU (NPR) Jazz out of EMU CBE Classical WUOM (NPR) Classical WVAE New Age/Jazz CKLW Classic Pop WCSx Classic Rock WCZY Top 40 WHYT Top 40/ Top 1...…

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…IW Page 8 Independent Libraries Enrich Research Environment The University Library is by far the largest, most comprehensive li- brary on the U-M campus. But it is not the only library, nor the only excellent one. Several independently admini- stered libraries contribute richly to the University's broad research environ- ment. They give special attention to distinctive collections that benefit re- searchers in many disciplines. Their regulat...…

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… Page 2 The Harlan Hatcher Graduate Library: Specialized Collections, Campuswide Services With its monumental North Building and its modern South Build- ing rising high above the Diag, the Har- lan Hatcher Graduate Library stands as one of the most prominent structures on the Central Campus. The building contains the Library system's primary research collection in the humanities and social sciences, but the entire campus community draws upon...…

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