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April 19, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 159) • Page Image 1

…Best of nn rbor See Weekend magazine Ninety-five Years y BW 4&igh Ray Ban Of X . IC C r 98 T Sunny and warn Awithh ighs inth Editorial Freedom tI tg n:31low eighties. Vol. XCV, No. 159 Copyright 1985, The Michigan Daily Ann Arbor, Michigan - Friday, April 19, 1985 Fifteen Cents Eight Pag ges e'U'profs trail others in salary study says By KERY MURAKAMI Serious morale and retention problems among the University's faculty will arise if they...…

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…Page 2 -The Michigan Daily -Friday, April 19, 1985 Turner unveils bid for CBS IN BRIEF NEW YORK - Cable television en- trepreneur Ted Turner made his long- awaited bid to take over CBS in a com- plicated $2.9 billion deal yesterday and promised if successful he would im- prove the giant network's "quality, ob- jectivity and diversity." CBS Inc. vowed to fight the takeover and several Wall Street analysts were skeptical the flamboyant Atlanta...…

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…Linguistics faculty * support new plan (Continued from Page 1) ' tered." One of the main thrusts of the report is getting linguistics more involved in the campus community. Paz Naylor, a linguistics professor who studied .linguistics at the University before it became a department, said the new structure facilitates more faculty par- ficipation. "The program becomes a common framework for the discipline. The best way to maximize the expertise...…

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… OPINIoN Page 4 Friday, April 19, 1985 The Michigan Daily Edited and managed by students at The University of Michigan Initiation with the braves Vol. XCV, No. 159 420 Maynard St. Ann Arbor, Ml 48109 Editorials represent a majority opinion of the Daily's Editorial Board Economic pressure A nnouncing in advance his op- position to any economic san- ctions against the apartheid regime of South Africa, Secretary of State George Shultz de...…

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…ARTS The Michigan Daily Friday, April 19, 1985 Page 5 DeJohnette and Co. are just plain fun By Marc Taras T he casual reader of my jazz reviews-the jininitiated-might well marvel to themselves at how of- ten I am privy to transcendental musical phenomena. In point of fact, many of the recent programs sponsored by Eclipse Jazz have had a visionary quality; artists like David Murray, Abbey Lincoln, and Abdullah Ibrahim bring a par- ticular h...…

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…Page 6 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, April 19, 1985 Dij 7jij54t- C'TOi7 N LOST & FOUND FOR RENT FOR RENT SUBLETS HELP WANTED LOST- green spiral notebook containing important letters and addresses. 665-4512 reward. 70A0419 FOR SALE STEREO FOR SALE- Inexpensive, excellent con- dition. Call Nancy at 663-0291 after 12. 96B0426 76 DODGE COLT 47000 mi. 4 spd. New tires, New brakes, AM-FM cassette, $2000. 995-2987 86B0424 GUITAR STRING...…

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…Men's Tennis vs. Indiana Saturday, 1 p.m. Track and Tennis Building SPORTS Spring football game Saturday, 1:30 p.m. Michigan Stadium Adults $2, Students $1 The Michigan Daily Friday, April 19, 1985 Page IL K THE SPORTING VIEWS i SAnother coup for Frieder Professional wrestling... ...the giant of sports awakens By ADAM OCHLIS You say you don't like professional wrestling. You say that it is silly, a joke, and you can't understand how...…

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…Page 8 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, April 19, 1985 Diamond hopes I sparkle around Seegert By JON HARTMANN Back when she was in high school, Michigan slugger Alicia Seegert acquired the nickname "Flo" as a result of her shyness. "It was my first year at Gabriel Richard" she said. "I was just out with some girls one night and-I'm very quiet-they just said 'Come on, Alicia, Flow with words!' From there on, they just called me Flo 'cause I'd ...…

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… 0 w 0 70 0 0 Best Responses 1 I The cover photo of "The Rock" was taken by DailyP photo editor Dan Habib. Artistic illusions were ac- Out and about Pages 15-18 To see a film Pages24-25 complished by Mr. Habib and his crew of able-bodied Check out the Happenings section when making It's been quite a year for campus cinema. Our helpers. vour plans for the u comin week. The staff comniled movie edit rRB .R T t nll nd hic it Jh r a Eat,...…

April 19, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 159) • Page Image 11

…0 0 =Best Sports -Best Food- (Continued from Page 29) Best 1988 Olympic Best Burger Blimpy Burgers Was- there any doubt? The Gallup Poll had this one pegged from the beginning. Ann Arbor's oldest ham- burger stand held on to its "Best Burger" ranking for the third straight year. The cute little patties served with everything from American cheese to fried zucchini were not even threatened by the other candidates. Krazy Jim's Blimpy...…

April 19, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 159) • Page Image 12

… 70 0 Best Food (Continue . ' .,.Best J Best Sports I d from Page 3) t Deli Zingerman 's Sandwiches; ingredients piled high- all types imaginable. Cheese, beef, Heros, Subs, you name it, they got it! All available for take-out, or eat-there. Individual deli "material" also available to take home to make your own creations. What does it all describe? It is Zingerman's Delicatessen and they have a lot to be proud of, because they have ...…

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…0 0 9 Best Sports i :Best Foot a The Best of Ann Arbor is proud to present a look back at the highlights and lowpoints of the year's 'M' sports. Notable, but disappointing, ap- pearances a the Holiday Bowl and NCAA Basketball Tournament provided plenty of excitement for Michigan sports fans. Superstar players and great coaching made it all possible. Hey, but let's not forget that sports has its lighter side too. Best Place To Take A ...…

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… 0 0 0 -f F [F nonei yMy w f InroucngTh Mx;. Because sprinkling on top is good but mixnginisXbtter Nothing tastes better in Steve's* fresh, homemade ice cream than the mixins of your choice-everything from candy and nuts to fresh fruit and crushed cookies-skillfully blended by hand from top to bottom! Save the sprinkling for your lawn. . . . Ateve t Afirst name in ice cream. 342 South State Street Noon - Midnite, 7 days a week 6 Weekend/Fr...…

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…B Best News" 0 , + f Best Business I As easy as it is to become so engrossed in our studies that we become cut off from the outside world, the abundance of campus news is constant reminder that reality is only afew years away. This past year was no excep- tion. Here are a few of the more important (and not-so-important) events that took place in and around the University over the past eight months as chosen by afew of the Daily's top e...…

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… w 75 71 7- Best Movie6 Best Business f I ""f plastic zoo animals. Its appeal is vast, as is the assortment of postcards, earrings and T-shirts found in the many sections of the store. Most of all, Mid- dle Earth is fun, infinitely browse-able and delightful to scores of Ann 'Arbor shoppers. Best Copying A lbert's Although copying sounds simple enough, anyone who had bought a cour- sepack has a clue as to how easy it is for a copyin...…

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…0 0 M. Best Movies Best Business r Movies on campus were up to their usual tricks during the past school year. A few things could have been better, afew things were the best yet, and it all evened out in the end. Every week had at least twenty-five films to choose from, and a few weeks went over thirty-five. Unfortunately, the closing of Lorch Hall for renovations, combined with a decline in mid-week options, did take aboutfivefilms o...…

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… 0 " I Best Fun I Best Bar Atmosphere Rick's In what could be viewed as the battle of the Greek system versus reality, Rick's beat Charlie's by a narrow margin to become this year's bar with the best atmosphere. Sure it's always packed and it's hard to find a table; sure it requires incredible endurance to work your way to the bar on a weekend night; sure there's only a tiny dance floor that's barely adequate when there's a great band; ...…

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…9 0 0 lest of What Isn't Best Fun Now that you've seen the best of what Ann Arbor has to offer, it's time to take a look at the best of what Ann Arbor doesn't have. There are many, many things that Ann Arbor doesn't have, like waterfalls, the world's largest sponge, Komodo Dragons, and Joan Collins. Without question, the presence of any of these things would impact our day-to-day experiences immeasurably. There is a significance in ...…

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… 0 -f 07f I J Best Music Del Fuegos Boston based newcomers The Del Fuegos brought their own brand of post- wave-country-spiced rock to Joe's last fall to a typically small but ecstatic crowd. The Fuegos, a quartet con- sisting of two brothers and a couple of friends captured the crowd with their raw, gotta-get-up-and-dance guitar rock. The momentum never dipped below sheer recklessness and their comic antics, such as a couple of in- sp...…

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…0 i Best Music M U-M: The Best and Worst of T R.E.M.: Critics faves 0 z w0 Y C 0 D Marsalis: Has a sense of soul The Velvet Underground, The Who, Pink Floyd, Talking Heads, Bob Dylan. Some of the most prominent forces in the history of popular music have passed through Ann Arbor in the years past. Though hardly a major metropolis, nor the sort of cornucopia of local talent that put Athens, Georgia on the map, Ann Arbor is nonetheless t...…

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… -0 -0 0 0 0 0 tC . iu U-M: The Best and Worst of Times____ I Best Book sI With hundreds of new books released each day, it's nearly impossible to peruse the vast literary market for a comprehensive "best" selection. What's a book reviewer to do without a staff of hundreds? But here it is, for what it's worth: a small but noteworthy selection of some of the most in- teresting and evocative books of the past year (1984-85). Ignoring ...…

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…0 0 0 fears. A curiously bitter script, fatally flawed by LADYHAWKE F I RTmelodramatic hyperbole and stereotypically stiff Camp-adventure set in the Middle Ages; directed F T characters who act tortured but are devoid of any by Richard Donner (Superman) and starring Mat- real feelings. This is like an amateur play, written thew Broderick and Rutger Hauer. At the Movies at T T NT and put on by a high school English class that has Briarwood, ...…

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