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March 02, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 102) • Page Image 1

…ite yI at Ninety-seven years of editorialfreedom 0 VOLUME XCVII - NO. 102 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN - MONDAY, MARCH 2,1987 COPYRIGHT 1987 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Code debate brews By REBECCA BLUMENSTEIN First in a three-part series. .Why Code? Despite a virtual disappearance of campus protest against the University's proposed code of non-academic conduct, the code is far from dead. This controversial issue will likely be acted upon before the summer'...…

March 02, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 102) • Page Image 2

…4 Page 2 - The Michigan Daily - Monday, March 2, 1987 Students (Continued from Page 1) has slipped beneath the surface since 1984, when University President Harold Shapiro returned the code to its original promulgators: the University Council. The council, a nine- member panel composed of three students, three faculty members, and three administrators, is authorized by a Board of Regents bylaw to formulate rules governing officials differ o...…

March 02, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 102) • Page Image 3

… Parties file for MSA election By PAMELA FRANKLIN Four campus political parties met the Feb. 20 filing deadline for candidacy in the 1987 Michigan Student Assembly elections later this month. The "Bigfoot" party includes presidential candidate David Newblatt, an LSA junior and member of the University Council, and vice presidential candidate Charles Heckstall, a junior in the College of Engineering. The party has 15 candidates. The "Blue" part...…

March 02, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 102) • Page Image 4

…I 4 OPINION Monday, March 2, 1987 Page 4 The Michigan Daily Two By Buzz Alexander & Alan Wald The recent "Contra-gate" revelations about the Reagan administration's abuse of power came as no surprise to many University of Michigan faculty. Those of us who have been following U.S. foreign policy over the last decades are well aware that U.S. intervention in Central America is dictated by the political and social needs of a ruling group ...…

March 02, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 102) • Page Image 5

…The Michigan Daily - Monday, March 2, 1987 - Page 5 Troubled DETROIT - A structural engineer is warning that the troubled Zilwaukee Bridge on busy Interstate 75 near Saginaw should not be open - ed in November as planned because of serious structural problems. But the state Department of Transportation director says problems that have delayed the twin span's opening for three years have been repaired and other engineers have said the bridge ...…

March 02, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 102) • Page Image 6

…4 Page 6 - The Michigan Daily - Monday, March 2, 1987 'Al Dj I 7 IC 4Uy071 A . m AUTOMOTIVE FOR RENT PERSONAL Run fast, but economic. 1984 Dodge Colt Turbo, 2x4 speed. 27k miles, AM/FM stereo. A/C, white, tinted windows. $3950 or best .offer. 663-8497; (0pm-l0am). FOR RENT NOW LEASING FOR FALL '87 Listings now available for efficiencies, and one and two bedroom apts. Pick up listings in our office. CAMPUS RENTALS LTD. 1335S. U...…

March 02, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 102) • Page Image 7

…ARTS Page 7 ,The Michigan Daily Monday, March 2, 1987 Page 7 Hughes latest teen flick; 'Kind of Wonderful' 3 N By Seth Flicker From Sixteen Candles to Ferris Bueller's Day Off, John Hughes has graced us with humorous, though overly- generalized, "high-class" teen flicks. By "high-class" I mean, compared toWhere the Boys Are '84, Hughes tries harder to delve into the teenage psyche, though, most of the time, unsuccessfully as seen in The ...…

March 02, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 102) • Page Image 8

…Page 8 - The Michigan Daily - Monday, March 2, 1987 4 'Some Kind of Wonderful' makes the grade (Continued from Page 7) world in which teenagers are the center, in which emotions are awards to be displayed. Wonderful moves away from this a little, though. Here we catch glimpses of parents and siblings which, though minimally, resemble those of the 'real' world. But this aside, Some Kind of Wonderful works, and works well thanks to Hughes' n...…

March 02, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 102) • Page Image 9

…Men's basketball vs. Illinois Wednesday, 9 p.m. Crisler Arena SPORTS Men's volleyball vs. Notre Dame Friday, 7:30 p.m. CCRB The Michigan Daily Monday, March 2, 1987 Page 9 mSU sweeps e icers Blue upset bid cut short by i late-game By DARREN JASEY The first-round Central. Collegiate Hockey Association playoff series between Michigan and Michigan State featured bone- jarring hitting and two nail-biting finishes but ended with a fami...…

March 02, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 102) • Page Image 10

…4 Page 10- The Michigan Daily - Monday, March 2, 1987 Women should By SHELLY HASELHUHN The women's basketball team finally won - it won the battle for last place in the Big Ten. Michigan needs something to drag itself out of the conference ditch after. its 2-14 season. I have taken it upon myself to suggest some options: -Apply for bowling scholarships. -Check into Heartbreak Hotel for a pity party with their male counterparts on the wrestli...…

March 02, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 102) • Page Image 11

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March 02, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 102) • Page Image 13

…9 "a 1a Ii Ii it I . Ii Ii "a Ia I IjkstANY 12 ALI3US ROI "M C adln PLUS A CHANCE TO GET 2 MORE FREE as outlined in this advertisement Columbia Record & Tape Club, 1400 N. Fruitridge Send my selections in this type of recording (be sure to check one): P.O. Box 1130, Terre Haute, Ind. 47811 0 Tape Cassettes 0 Records 0 8-Track Cartridges I am enclosing check or money order for $1.86 My main musical interest is (check one): (that's 10~ for my 1...…

March 02, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 102) • Page Image 14

…Columbia Record & Tape Club, P.O. Box 1130, Terre Haute, IN 47811 Yes, I'd like to "try out" the Club. I'm enclosing check or money order for $1.00 (that's 14 for my 6 introductory selections, plus 994 for shipping and handling). Please accept my tnal-membership application under the terms outlined at the right. I agree to buy four more selections (at regular Club prices) during the coming three years-and I may cancel my membership at any time...…

March 02, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 102) • Page Image 15

…m is a case in point. For w would have thought his most reckless, least calcu- lated, most anarchic, least sensible in- vention-the Monkees-might also prove to be his most profitable venture in show business? In re-runs now, those '60s programs account for some of Ra- felson's liberty to go off to Africa or South America on research trips that haven't so far come together as packages. He was also a key element in the 1968 founding of BBS (for...…

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…m AL Am ,ML Amb, Adbk w w 0 Thne world is waiting. Be an exchange studenit. Step into an adventure filled with oppor- tunities and challenges. For many Americans, that adventure remains the most incredible experience of their lives. An experience rich in lifelong friendships and memories. As part of International Youth Exchange, a Presidential Initiative for peace, you travel to another country Live abroad with your new host family Learn ...…

March 02, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 102) • Page Image 17

… view. It came basicallyTwrough Sean. Q. Do young actors come to you for advice? A. Sometimes-and I find this amus- ing-I hear things like, "They're so im- pressed that you're here." I find it so bizarre, I can't connect with it. I see a lot of good actors around. Daniel Roebuck from River's Edge is a good actor, and he's only 22. We had a great time. I liked River's Edge a lot. I don't want to give a rating to the films we've discussed, but I...…

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…V VV V is evidence of someboconsumed by art. Paintings and postcards broadcast modern messages on every wall. Even the closets are lined with his photo- graphs of artists. Up in the highest cor- ner of the ceiling, hanging on a little stage, are three papier-mach6 skeletons from Mexico's Day of the Dead cele- bration, engaged in swordplay. The liv- ing room is dominated by a 15-foot- high painting by Chuck Arnoldi, laminated wood splashed wi...…

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March 02, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 102) • Page Image 21

… the hopped-up psychopath in Blue Vel- vet. Lynch just assumed that Hopper was still, you know, Hopper. Still clutching the gun under his pillow. The public doesn't know what to think either. This is the former juvenile actor from the '50s who was black- balled from movies, then made a come- back and a fortune directing and co- starring in Easy Rider, right after which he went to Peru to make The Last Movie, with peyote stoking the fires and e...…

March 02, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 102) • Page Image 22

…V V DENNIS THE MENACE Continued from page 8 He had seen the stunt done once when he was a child. Someone sur- rounded by dynamite would be in a safe vacuum, was the reasoning, as if in the eye of a hurricane. If as many as three sticks did not explode, however, it would be fatal. Hopper had heard the stunt was used after the Russian Revo- lution by Bolsheviks who wanted to cer- emoniously "execute" noblemen whom they really wanted to save. In...…

March 02, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 102) • Page Image 23

…OEL AND ETI IAN GREap in Minne- Japolis worshipping Hollywood movies and even making their own versions of films they'd seen on tele- vision (their two most successful re- makes were Advise and Consent and The Naked Prey). In the mid-'70s, Joel enrolled at NYU Film School ("be- cause none of the others would accept my late application"), while the more introspective Ethan studied philosophy at Princeton. In college they wrote a couple of scrip...…

March 02, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 102) • Page Image 24

… EXTIRESW' LOW WIDE; SHOT Locked down to the speeding bike, shown rushing toward the rear of Na- than Jr's car seat. With a clank of chains, Lenny's hand drops down into frame, palm forward, tensing to scoop up the car seat, which we are almost upon. A tattoo on Lenny's wrist reads: "No Prisoners." THUS BEGINS A KEY scene in Raising Arizona, a warp- speed, redneck comedy that may very well become the sleeper hit of the spring. In the film, am...…

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