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April 11, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 152) • Page Image 1

…Ninety- Two. Years of Editorial Freedom Lit iau IiQ UNEXORABLE Mostly sunny pleasant with a high upper 40s. and in the VoI. XCI. No. 152 Copyright 1982, The Michigan Daily Ann Arbor, Michigan-Sunday, April 11, 1982 Ten Cents Ten Pages if Milliken's exit heats up governor's race By BILL SPINDLE Last December, Gov. William Milliken an- ounced that he would not seek re-election this vember and that he would be trading politics an...…

April 11, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 152) • Page Image 2

…Student loans have not been cut, insists Reagan (Continued from Page 1) American public today about student aid programs," he said., "This is an /outright cut." Reagan said that under his program, 44 percent of the nation's un- dergraduates "would be eligible for a veritable laundry list of help," in- cluding up to $1,600 in grants, $2,500 in guaranteed loans, and work study sup- port ayeraging $700 annually. But Reagan did not mention that u...…

April 11, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 152) • Page Image 3

…*The Michigan Daily-Sunday, April 11, 1982-Page 3 Rumors of store closings denied By SUSAN RACEY Rumors that local Kroger and Farmer Jack super- markets will be closing are unfounded, according to representatives of both supermarket chains. "That'rumor's been going around for two years," said Ciris Beslaer, advertising manager at Kroger Company headquarters in Livonia, Mich. HE SAID THE rumors probably began when some of Kroger's officials m...…

April 11, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 152) • Page Image 4

…0 OPINION_ Page 4 Sunday, April 11, 1982 The Michigan Daily New ball games for MSA, Rackham 0 ....- WXELL, IT ALL came down to the wire this week in the annual Michigan Student- Assembly elections, but the Voice team pulled it off in the stretch, scoring quickly in the late innings, and sewing up a last minute victory for their feisty expansion club. Amy Moore, Voice's presidential candidate for the MSA elections, and Stephon Johnson, Voic...…

April 11, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 152) • Page Image 5

…ARTS The Michigan Daily Sunday, April 11, 1982 Page5 Another comedy fr Om N el Si1mon. ByKathy Glasgow EIL SIMON has a talent for writ- ing "people" movies - movies that present the common, everyday problems that are a part of contem- porayj lifestyles. Because he reflects current social trends, Simon's work is accessible to everyone beacuse it is easy to relate to and because it fulfills a desire to be entertained. Usually. This time, howeve...…

April 11, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 152) • Page Image 7

…Can dit kontinued from Page 1) state income tax and with what some believe to be Milliken's lack of imagination in dealing with the state's economic woes. Brickley therefore is quick to point out what he says are the differences between himself and the current gover- nor. He pushes hard for the deregulation of small business and 'the elimination of the state's workers com- pensation laws and single-business tax,' which taxes a company's costs ...…

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April 11, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 152) • Page Image 9

…SPORTS , . ., 'p f -" F X _-.-.'x --.--Y.... The Michiggn Doily Sunday, April 11,_1982 Detroit looking to host '8 7 Finc By MIKE MCGRAW The never-ending quest to upgrade the city of Detroit's image continues. First it was the Super Bowl that was brought to the friendly confines of the Motor City. Next it will be the motor sports, as the Grand Prix racing circuit makes a stop in the city by the river. And, in the future there is a pos...…

April 11, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 152) • Page Image 10

…BADGERS FALL HARD TO WOLVERINES Women netters rc By TAM BENTLEY d " In a match that centered mainly on baseline bat- s" ," ;'' ties, the Michigan women netters bullied their way to M an 8-1 victory over the Wisconsin Badgers yesterday. The two teams played in the Track and Tennis . building on the controversial rubber surface. Some th a players like it, some don't. u "WE HAVE the home-court advantage with these ' courts because they're rubbe...…

April 11, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 152) • Page Image 11

…ge 20-Sunday, April 11 82-The Michigan Daily 6 21kk Adakk 'U -0 MORE We pay MORE than the standard national rates - CASHupto 50% of the list price on most titles, the CASH future use of which is undetermined. We also pay national wholesale prices for Ysound, current edition texts dropped from use at the Uof M. YOURE C O0 U RSE Open Mon-Fri 9-5. In t e Michigan Union. Saturday Hours : April 24 & May 1 BOOKSopen 10-5 You get a return of 5...…

April 11, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 152) • Page Image 12

… Aaw- AL . 0 e Page 2-Sunday, April 11, 1982-The Michigan Daily Travel isn't the greatest thing in the world 0 The Michigan Daily-Sur i Allk By Mark Gindin Oh sure, I know all about the tulips of Holland, the Louve in Paris, the rocks of Stonehenge, and the Munich Oktoberfest. These are among the biggest tourist attractions of Europe. I've read all about them in magazines. That's right, not everybody actually goes to Europe, traversi...…

April 11, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 152) • Page Image 13

…Page 18-Sunday, April 11, 1982-The Michigan Daily 9 0 w The Michigan Daily-Sunday, A Kibbutz living: an Israeli melting pot ti' Getting around New Y (Continued from Page 8) train, or perhaps sailing in a dhow, you seem to leave the Arab and Coptic Christian world behind. Egypt and the Nile become more African. Dark- skinned Nubians are more plentiful. Women stoop as the river's edge and wash clothes. Water buffalo escaping from the h...…

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…U er w U Thib AichigcI. Datly-.$ ;' Pd§8-4- VVn46 -A'i[l 002- TKii Michig-dn ID611y r r Digging up the French un derground A THE BEAUTIFUL Southern French countryside conceals an archaeologist's dream. Daily Photo by JASON ADKINS Digging up Southern France (Continued from Page 4) just finished two full months of work. A few weeks later six French geologists joined us bringing the crew back to a comfortable size. We lived at Sireuil, ...…

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…0 Learningby experiencing: NELP' ByHarlan Kahn Riding in a van for 14 hours, with 10 people I didn't know is how my summer began-Our destination was an obscure place that can only be truly remem- bered by those people who have lived it. Deep in the woods of New Hampshire, in a little town called Wolfeboro, at a girl's camp named Kehonka, off the shores of the wide, beautiful Lake Win- nepausakee lives the University's New England Literatur...…

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… -a AIV -W -W AIV Page 6-Sunday, April 11, 1982-The Michigan Daily Seein France and dEngnd The Michig6n Daily-Sun European traveling requires a kee By George A dams Just off High Steet in Bath, England, on the side of a warehouse there is a stairway that leads underground. Following this stairway down and going through.the door at the bottom leaves you in what appears to be a cave, peering at a light at the far end of a tunnel that se...…

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…Page 14-Sunday, April 11, 1982-The Michigon Daily 6 AL Alb v V U The Michigan Daily-Sunday, Al Summer job becomes home on the range (Continued from Page 5) realizing how important this operation was to his preparation for the summer 4-H fair. The bed of the truck was enclosed with a stock rack which prevented him from jumping out. However, the win- dow in back of the cab which was sup-, posed to separate me and the front seat from Alb...…

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….' V. w 4W The Michigan Daily-Sd Page 8-Sunday, April 11, 1982-=The Michigan Daily Melting into a Kibbutz By John Adam a In the mornings, the alarm clock would ring and it would be dark outside. You'd slide into your ill-fitting clothes, splash some water on your face, and shuffle over to the dining room for breakfast. The day had begun. After putting down some porridge eggs, the volunteers and kibbutzniks would begin work - maybe in ...…

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…0 .V Page 12-Sunday, April 11, 1982-The Michigan Daily The Michigan Daily-Sunday, Study abroad offers fun, learning Dive into another woi By Kristin Stapleton If your summer plans include a con- tinuation of academic pursuits, you might consider studying in an at- mosphere quite different from that of Ann Arbor. Opportunities for study abroad are waiting to be discovered by the student in search of an adventure as well as an educational...…

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