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October 18, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 32) • Page Image 1

…Brothers of a sort Photo essay See Weekend magazine 'cl ble Ninety-six years of editorialfreedom IEt Vol. XCVI - No. 32 Copyright 1985, The Michigan Daily Ann Arbor, Michigan - Friday, October 18, 1985 Ten Pages Gumbel brings 'Today' to Diag position as president. "He is in as marvelous a position." Brown's president, however, did not seem to be as forthright with infor- See GUMBEL, Page 8 By REBECCA BLUMENSTEIN The small, priv...…

October 18, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 32) • Page Image 2

…4 Page 2 -The Michigan Dily - Friday, October 18, 1985 PI Lams may form 'U' chapter By TIM DALY Pi Lambda Phi, the nation's first fraternity to be founded on a non- sectarian basis, may soon have a chapter at the University. Currently, 16 undergraduates are members of a Pi Lambda Phi colony. "We are hoping to be recognized as a chapter by the spring of 1986," said Esteban Cabello, treasurer of the Pi Lambda Phi colony. pI LAMBDA PHI was esta...…

October 18, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 32) • Page Image 3

…The Michigan Daily --Friday, October 18, 1985 -Page 3 0 As H A P PEN I NG S1 Salvadorans recall persecution Friday Highlight The nation's housing plight will be the focus of Poletown Lives and a discussion at 7:30 p.m. in MLB 1. The event is part of the "Midwest Housing Conference Making Affordable Housing a Reality" and is presented by state Representative Perry Bullard, the Housing Law Reform Project, the Community Housing Coalition, and ...…

October 18, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 32) • Page Image 4

…I OPINION Page 4 Friday, October 18, 1985 The Michigan Daily 4 Research, finances key in State of 'U' "The University of Michigan is indeed on the move," University President Harold Shapiro said Monday during his annual State of the University address. Focussing many of his remarks on the current debates over the role of the Univer- sity in conducting controversial scientific research, he avoided specific references to the Strategic Def...…

October 18, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 32) • Page Image 5

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October 18, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 32) • Page Image 6

…4 ARTS a, - f The Michigan Daily Friday, October 18, 1985 Page 6 ." -" s i 'Coca Cola' and a smile r ',I I I F IT IS POSSIBLE for a movie to slap its audience in the face, then The Coca Cola Kid has perfected the art. Captialism never looked so unjust as it does in this refreshing film when it is forced upon an isolated Australian village in New South Wales. Erik Roberts masterfully provides the slick, ambitious yuppie exec fro...…

October 18, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 32) • Page Image 7

…The Michigan Dily - Friday, October 18, 1985 -Page 7 I Records The Cure featuring Mad Bob. The Cure:Mad Bob land Co. hit Detroit Max Karl-The + (MCA). German guitarist Max latest album The Circle is typ much of European rock. Li continental acts, Karl's alb American rock mannerism thoroughly aimed at a red, w blue market. The record sle even boast that the alb "engineered in the Queen's by Nick Griffiths." Marketing gestures aside,. very...…

October 18, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 32) • Page Image 8

…Page 8 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, October 18, 1985 Students view 'Today' (Continued from Page 1) and contrasted the University and Brown University. By tracing the steps of a typical freshman at each of the schools, NBC felt that it could best illustrate the differences between a big state school and a smaller, Ivy League institution. And by providing glipses of everything from the mar- ching band to members of Phi Gam- ma Delta fraternit...…

October 18, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 32) • Page Image 9

…Volleyball vs. Illinois Tonight, 7 p.m. CCRB The Michigan Doily SPORTS Friday, October 18, 1985 Deadline for Basketball Season Tickets Applications, today Michigan Ticket Office Page 9 'M'icers look to step on bulldogs tails By SCOTT G. MILLER A weekend series at Ferris State appears enticing to most hockey teams. After all, who could be scared of the Bulldogs? The team finished at he bottom of the CCHA standings last eason and is again ...…

October 18, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 32) • Page Image 10

…4 Page 10 - The Michigan Daily- Friday, October 18, 1985 Blue 4 D' versus Iowa 'O' THE LINEUPS Michigan Iowa (Continued from Page 1) OFFENSE downs and leads the league in all- purpose yards with 836. In addition, he is one of Long's favorite targets, coming out of the backfield for23 cat- ches for 249 yards. "You're just not going to shut an of- fense like that completely down," admitted Schembechler. "Long's going to hit some passe...…

October 18, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 32) • Page Image 11

…4r 0 COLUMN (Continued from Page 2) spot, Steven and I tallied up the in- justices we had been subjected to during the ride: We were summarily ignored, yelled at, and forcibly pushed up against the car door. "When I come home from college," I whispered to Steven, "when Mom asks me to sit in the front seat with her and Dad, I'll say no and sit in back with you ... and we can talk, and I won't answer anybody else's questions." We laughed an...…

October 18, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 32) • Page Image 12

… 1w -W w a COLUMN Home from college WHEN MY oldest brother Paul came home from college for the first time he slipped into the front seat of the family car, and neither Steven Catch of the Day I esOi y ivilr\' or I said a word. The thought of not fighting over front seat privileges was, for the longest time, completely foreign to us, but Paul was wearing a suit jacket and nice slacks. There was no denying it - he was a man now - and we...…

October 18, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 32) • Page Image 13

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October 18, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 32) • Page Image 14

… 7W 7W LOCAL BAND Walking on sunshine? By Hobey Echlin W ITH THE GLUT of pseudo- psychedelia and the all-that- jangles-is-gold musical ethic that seems to be invading every nook and cranny of the new music psyche, it's no wonder there are fewer and fewer bands that haven't succumbed to the care-free, cow-punk, have-a-beer- and-a-song style of the Replacements1 or R.E.M., fearing a "too serious, too sophisticated" label. After all, they ar...…

October 18, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 32) • Page Image 15

…w 'f MC First Run Films AGNES OF GOD Three of America's finest actresses, Jane Fon- da, Anne Bancroft, and Meg Tilly are the leads in this psychological quasi-mystery. A young nun (Tilly) is found in a room with a strangled newborn infant, presumably hers, but claims that a miracle has occurred. Fonda is an inquiring psychologist who squares off against the convent's Mother Superior (Bancroft). At the Campus Theater, 1214 S. University, 668...…

October 18, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 32) • Page Image 16

…Yl -VtU I I 0 UR SPECIES has a intrinsic desire for domination. Slavery has permeated societies for thousands of years; exploitation is accepted and rewarded in the business world. Our treatment of animals in modern society mirrors these social hierarchies. We view animals not as a fellow species within the animal kingdom, but as objects created solely to serve us. We use them for protection, enter- tainment, sportsmanship, and of course,...…

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