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April 04, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 126) • Page Image 1

…1 E Nii si toran Ninety-six years of editorial freedom 1tati1 . . ........ Eight Pages Vol. XCVI - No. 126 Copyright 1986, The Michigan Daily ' Ann Arbor, Michigan - Friday, April 4, 1986 Complains against prof stir conflict By NANCY DRISCOLL A letter of complaint against Political Science Prof. Raymond Tan- ter that was signed last week by eighty-two students in his class, The Arab-Israeli Conflict, has sparked controversy. Many fee...…

April 04, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 126) • Page Image 2

…4 Page 2 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, April 4, 1986 Contratto cites experiences for council seat (Continued from Page 1) are wherever their hom ning experience," Middleton said. "It may vote there instead takes a long time to learn about city referring to the Greeks' government." in the ward. But neither Middleton nor Contratto Both candidates ar are relying on previous experience to Proposal A, which win this race. Both are actively cam-...…

April 04, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 126) • Page Image 3

…Last of protesters arraigned The Michigan Daily - Friday, April 4, 1986-- Page 3 By STEVE HERZ The final 40 of the 118 protesters arrested last month for trespassing outside Rep. Carl Pursell's (R-Ann Arbor) office were arraigned yester- day in city court. Three of the protesters, all of them members of the Latin American Solidarity Committee, pleaded guilty to the charges. Kate Young, an LSA junior in the Residential College, Maria Reinhart...…

April 04, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 126) • Page Image 4

…4 OPINION Friday, April 4, 1986 Page 4 The Michigan Daily I Edite ma bs ant Mic Edited and managed by students at The University of Michigan INS censors critical writer Vol. XCVI, No. 126 420 Maynard St. Ann Arbor, MI 48109 Unsigned editorials represent a majority of the Daily's Editorial Board Council elections MONDAY'S Ann Arbor city election results will deter- mine the action the city takes at a crucial time in its history. The q...…

April 04, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 126) • Page Image 5

…ARTS Friday, April 4, 1986 The Michigan Daily Page 5 Film uncovers pain By A my Goldstein S HOAH ("annihilation"), a nine- and-a-half hour film which was an unprecedented ten-years in the making - intelligently depicts the story of the Holocaust. Testimonies from Jewish survivors, former SS men and eyewitnesses to the Nazi attempts to exterminate the Jews, form the heart of the film: These testimonies give more truth to the history of the ...…

April 04, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 126) • Page Image 6

…Page 6- The Michigan Daily - Friday, April 4, 1986 ,CILAVfJfi III BI AILI lEA - 4D 5ii FOR RENT PERSONAL HELP WANTED LOST & FOUND FOR RENT FOR RENT LOST - HP-15C Calculator, Reward offered. Call 663-0236. 81A0407 LOST - pink oral retainer on lawn across from Steve's, 3/29. REWARD. Call 763-0886. 76A0414 FOR SALE '82 YAMAHA MAXIM 400, 10 months old, 1400 miles, under warranty. $825. 665-5912. 91B0409 TREK 12-speed. Good sh...…

April 04, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 126) • Page Image 7

…Impact Jazz troupe dance bop and pop The Michigan Daily - Friday, April 4, 1986 - Page 7 Film depicts Holocaust misery By Kristen A rdel SPRINGTIME is finally here, and the members of the University's Impact Jazz Dance company are put- ting on their dancing shoes to celebrate this weekend, April 3, 4, and 5, with three performances that will showcase the talents they have been honing over the winter. The 18-member Impact Jazz Dan- ce company...…

April 04, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 126) • Page Image 8

…4 Women's tennis vs. Miami of Ohio today, 6 p.m. Huron Valley Tennis Center SPORTS Men's tennis. vs. Northwestern today, 2:30 p.m. Track and Tennis Building The Michigan Daily Friday, April 4, 1986 Page 8 Tennis teams take on tough weekend Men look to win Big Ten By DEBBIE deFRANCES Withthe 20th-ranked men's tennis team in the country, Michigan head coach Brian Eisner is looking for his squad to defend its 1985 Big Ten title. The Wolv...…

April 04, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 126) • Page Image 10

…-W "W _W 'W _W -W w " Spend i ko\a day at K e r r y t o w n C dwhere you'll al- 0t rm ways find a competi- tive selection of quality merchandise, whether it's clothing, handcrafted gifts, home furnishings or kitchenware. Kerrytown has always been synony- mous with good food. In this rare blend of warmth, good nature and concern for quality, you'll enjoy special atten- tion from shop owners that comes from the marketplace of another tim...…

April 04, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 126) • Page Image 11

…'S. w v w Is What's happening around Ann Arbor FRIDAY Campus Cinema INVASION OF THE BODY SNAT- CHERS (Don Siegel, 1956) Alt. Act.. 7:30p.m., MLB4. A surprisingly terrifying and eerie story about what happens when in- nocent citizens are replaced by iden- tical beings which sprout from vegetable pods. Unfortunately, these new creatures have no emotions. FAHRENHEIT 451 (Francois Truf- faut, 1966) Alt:Act., 9:30 p.m., MLB 4. "Attention, ...…

April 04, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 126) • Page Image 12

…w w V. w .V iiiil/iii/iiiiliii/iiii/iiiiii,/iiiiiiiiiliiiiiii/Iiiiiiiilll iiI VINYL Lennon's last live shov John Lennon - Live in New York City (Capitol) After listening to this record, it's hard to believe that it took so long to release it. The material is taken from a 1972 benefit concert. Lennon had just released Some Time in New York City, a wobbly double LP that is not remembered as one of his best, but Live in New York City feat...…

April 04, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 126) • Page Image 13

…U V V MUSiC The The Minneapolis bi Replacements had expe classic success story. Af critically ignored relea small record label, produced 'Let It Be,' collection of songs whic the band national atten band then signed with S ds, and their first m release, 'Tim' made itt position on the colleg Weekend editor John Lc with Replacements bassi Stinson about the ban and how the band's st premier college act ha them. Daily: Are you touring nc you bee...…

April 04, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 126) • Page Image 14

…-W -g V V V V V COVER STORY Greek: Are they involved - or induent? By Melissa Birks N THE 1960s, it seemed like no one on campus wanted to be Greek. While student activists were highly visible-protesting around the coun- try and staging vigils, rallies, and sit- ins - membership in fraternities and sororities plunged to an all-time low. Many Greek houses were forced to rent out their houses, and several left the campus altogether. Today...…

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