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November 18, 1987 (vol. 98, iss. 50) • Page Image 1

…Ninety-eight years of editorial freedom Vol. XCViII, No. 50 Ann Arbor, Michigan - Wednesday, November 18, 1987 Copyright 1987, The Michigan Daily Resigned AD spoke 'with 'U' committee By JEFF RUSH Former Ohio State Athletic Di- rector Rick Bay said yesterday he has been in contact with members of the University of Michigan's athletic director search committee in the past two days. He said he will likely speak with someone from that committee ...…

November 18, 1987 (vol. 98, iss. 50) • Page Image 2

…0 Page2 -The Michigan Doily-Wednesday, November 18, 1987 LSA -SG independents fight for recognition By MICHAEL LUSTIG Independent or small party candidates have a tough battlc when running for election. But in tie race for LSA student govcrnment, it will be ".asier. Eleven members of the SAID party, two members of the Progressive party, and three unaligned candidates are running for seats on the 15-member Executive Council. The SAID members,...…

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…The Michigan Daily-Wednesday, November 18, 1987--Page3 I Independents also vie for MSA seats Vigil addresses needs of poor 4, By JIM PONIEWOZIK Although many candidates considcr running without party affiliation a disadvantage, several students are doing just that in the Michigan Student Assembly's elections which begin today. Three LSA students, t w o engineering students and one Rackham graduate student are run- ning as independents aga...…

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…I OPINION Wednesday, November 18, 1987 The Michigan Daily mem dig ttn :43a f Edited and managed by students at The University of Michigan VN420 Maynard St. Ann Arbor MI 48109 Unsigned editorials represent a majority of the Daily's Editorial Board. All other cartoons, signed articles, and letters do not necessarily represent the opinion of the Daily. Porn again crusade a PRESIDENT REAGAN is asking Congress to enact legislation that -move...…

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…ARTS Wednesday. November 18, 1987 The Michigan Daily Page7 Stirring sounds from Ladysmith e By Todd Shanker Fresh from their thrilling Grace- land tour with Paul Simon, Lady- smith Black Mambazo will bring their shimmering a cappella har- monies and fleeting, figurative lyrics to Hill Auditorium tonight. Joseph Shabalala, lead singer and spiritual leader of the South African dectet, calls Black Mambazo's music isicathamiya (loosely tra...…

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…Men's Basketball Intrasquad game Tonight, 7:30 p.m. Crisler Arena SPORTS Wednesday, November 18, 1987 Women's Volleyball vs. Illinois Tomorrow, 7:30 p.m. IM Building ., ,. The Michigan Doily Page 9 Harris Ily ADAM OCIILIS Michigan middle guard Billy Harris and Ohio State head coach Earle Bruce will be ending their careers for their respective teams this pSaturday in Michigan Stadium when Michigan and Ohio State renew their classic rivalr...…

November 18, 1987 (vol. 98, iss. 50) • Page Image 10

…I Page 10 -The Michigan Daily-Wednesday, November 18, 1987 Coaches blast Bucks N for booting bruised t Bruce; Bo bitter i ..~ ~ .9 ' + Jk - ,i It-' A. -rl By SCOTT G. MILLER While fired Ohio State football coach Earle Bruce staunchly defended himself yesterday, a long list of coaches expressed outrage at the firing. "I didn't win as much as Earle (lid, and I lasted 10 years," said former Buckeye basketball coach Eldon Miller. "So I feel pre...…

November 18, 1987 (vol. 98, iss. 50) • Page Image 12

…L)IMENbIUN i DF STYLE -NND COMFORT,* 'he depth and beauty of the new 1988 Corolla LE Sedan is not an lusion. It's a reality. Refined chassis engineering plus front-wheel Irive offers the superiority of a quieter ride and better handling it all speeds. A new dimension of exterior craftsmanship comple- vents a new dimension of interior finesse. Five adults ride in aft-cloth seats that cradle with comfort. Traditional Toyota4 ;.Y.. Zuality with a...…

November 18, 1987 (vol. 98, iss. 50) • Page Image 14

…Until now, beer this real came only from a keg. Draft beer is as real as beer gets. Since it's not heat-pasteurized, heat can't change its rich, smooth, real taste. Miller Genuine Draft us as real as that. It's not heat-pasteurized like most other beers in bottles and cans. Instead, it's cold-filtered so it's as rich and smooth as only real draft beer can be. As real as it gets. ta x …

November 18, 1987 (vol. 98, iss. 50) • Page Image 15

…TOP OFTEWE Writing to Us, and Writing for Us Over the years, our business and advertising staffs have conducted a great deal of re- search. It establishes, they tell us, that among magazines for a college audience, NEWSWEEK ON CAMPUS is the "most re- spected" and "best read" by stu- dents. That's fine, but we would rather hear it from you. And we do, notably in the many thoughtful letters you send us about every issue. (Despite what parents ...…

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November 18, 1987 (vol. 98, iss. 50) • Page Image 17

…T H E M A I L Academic VIP's As a recent Emory student in several classes in which former President Carter was a guest lecturer, I feel qualified to an- swer NEWSWEEK ON CAMPUS'S titular ques- tion, "Are all those Very Important Profes- sors reallyearningtheir keep?" (September 1987 cover story, EDUCATION). There are many among the faculty and students at Emory who disagree with President Car- ter's political views, but no one of integrity ca...…

November 18, 1987 (vol. 98, iss. 50) • Page Image 18

… HE'S IT TALKING G WINSUSPENDE THIS IS NO PHfASE. You better open your eyes because there's a good chance he's doing drugs. The fact is, 60% of all high school students are abusing drugs and alcohol. It's a disease, not a family failure. The best form of prevention is intervention. STRAIGHT helps you do just that. STRAIGHT is a treatment program for kids and their families. The treatment program is self-help-kids help kids, parents help parent...…

November 18, 1987 (vol. 98, iss. 50) • Page Image 19

…i Student Savings Voucher NEWSWEEK'S COVER PRICE $2.00 an issue YOU SAVE $1.58 an issue SPECiAL STUDENT RATE* 42. an issue *Basic Rate is 79C Mr./Mrs. (Circle one) Name (please print) Address Apt. # City State Zip College Year of Graduation Signature Check cne: Q 26 issues O 34 issues Q 52 issues B 104 issues Q Payment enclosed B Bill me later Offer good in U.S. Subject to change. 87280101 I M3 Student Savings Voucher J1. NEWS...…

November 18, 1987 (vol. 98, iss. 50) • Page Image 20

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November 18, 1987 (vol. 98, iss. 50) • Page Image 21

… II -n'pupu Published by Newsweek, Inc. The Washington Post Company Katharine Graham, Chairman of the Board Richard D. Simmons. President EDITOR-IN-CHIEF: Richard M. Smith SENIOR EDITOR/SPECIAL PROJECTS: Lynn Povich Newsweek On Campus EDITOR: Jerrold K. Footlick EXECUTIVE EDITOR: Lynn Langway ART DIRECTOR: Robert J. George SENIOR EDITOR: Ron Givens STAFF WRITER: Connie Leslie STAFF REPORTER: Christopher M. Bellitto PICTURES: Nia Krikellas Butt...…

November 18, 1987 (vol. 98, iss. 50) • Page Image 22

…ENTER TAINM TELEVISION 4 4 Serious Comedies Writer-producer Jay Tarses makes the TV sitcom look irrelevant with shows that effectively combine low humor and high drama t I . *1 BY RON GIVENS There's no particular reason why anyone would ever notice this ugly, dark gray box of a building. It squats between a tile store and a flood-control canal in North Hollywood. Across the busy six-lane street area "donut" shop, a clinic that specializ...…

November 18, 1987 (vol. 98, iss. 50) • Page Image 23

…ern Pennsylvania, Patchett and Tarses formed a stand-up duo. "We wanted to be the Smothers Brothers, but we weren't musicians," says Tarses, adding, "of course, neither were they." For six years Patchett and Tarses toured with some success, opening for jazz acts such as Art Blakey in clubs and appearing on talk shows. Tiring of the road, they de- cided to try writing for TV, so they moved to L.A., landed Brillstein as a manager and began to fr...…

November 18, 1987 (vol. 98, iss. 50) • Page Image 24

…ENTERTAINMENT 4 falo Bill" for NBC, Patchett and Tarses were on bad terms. Patchett did a lot of directing, Tarses did a lot of writing and they avoided each other in the studio. When the much admired but low-rated pro- gram was canceled after two seasons, the team broke up. It's still a painful subject for Tarses, and Patchett, who's now executive producer of NBC's successful "ALF," turns down interview requests on the matter. Tarses believ...…

November 18, 1987 (vol. 98, iss. 50) • Page Image 25

… live audience, as the show is performed straight through. The audience's reaction, some- times "sweetened" by prere- corded merriment, takes the place of a laugh track. "Molly Dodd" and "'Slap' Maxwell," however, are filmed much like a motion picture, in separate takes. "When I think of our show, I don't think of it as episodic television," says Roz Doyle, a producer on both Tarses shows. "I think of them as small films." Producing a show thi...…

November 18, 1987 (vol. 98, iss. 50) • Page Image 26

…Two Familiar Faces Shine in the Spotlight Dabney Coleman and Blair Brown act naturally Dabney Coleman is not Slap Maxwell. Blair Brown is not Molly Dodd. But these two actors are so effective, and so natu- ral, that the fine line between person and persona often ap- pears seamless. That's how Jay Tarses, the creator of Slap and Molly, wants it. "I like to sneak into their reality as, close as possible," says Tarses. "I hear Dabney's and Blair...…

November 18, 1987 (vol. 98, iss. 50) • Page Image 27

…"1 -A It's no wonder. Honda has satisfied the niost people. Gathered the greatest number of faithful followers. And has been called the best car for the money:All this, and now more, with the new Honda Civic Hatchback. It's roomier, quieter and even better performing. At $6095; it is a wonder. J© 1987 American Honda Motor C o. Inc. *1986 Customer Saitisfaction Indcx-J. D) Powecr and Assoc. /R.L. Polk & CoIednglnpwt S /es Analysis, 6,/87./ W...…

November 18, 1987 (vol. 98, iss. 50) • Page Image 28

…ENTERTAINMENT. 7 Why Watch Old TV? Quality-and more It's another rowdy evening at Tortilla Flats. The only noise that can be heard above the Manhattan restaurant's clubby roar is the singing from a table of fresh-faced guys whose suits say Wall Street. As they drink Mexican beer under a string of lights shaped like jalapeno pep- pers, the young urban professionals belt out the theme to "Gilligan's Island" at the top of their powerful lungs: "...…

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…in (irmatioii, fry m Nei'wswek Ott (;a mpti aclvertiers. m Check the appropriate boxes to receive information-or for even faster service-call 1-800-342-5695 toll-free. Deadline: January 29, 1988. --t ---~-~ F -1- t r * -~ r- - , 1.LQ Northeastern University, Boston-Bouve College- For more information. 2. Qi Panasonic's Daisywheel Typewriter-Send for free information. 3. QI Panasonic's Personal Stereo--Send for free information. 4. Qi Toy...…

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…I I I I I II NUPUS IAUt: NECESSARY IF MAILED IN THE UNITED STATES 4 BUSINESS REPLY MAIL FIRST CLASS PERMIT NO. 201 DALTON, MA POSTAGE WILL BE PAID BY ADDRESSEE rNewsw eek 4 Reader Service Dept. P.O. Box 508 Dalton, MA 01227 11 1 11 11 111111 liii liii liii IllIllIll liii 111111 1 …

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… t I I - I /4 ~ 4~ PICTORIAL PARADE Manna for telespuds: 'The Beverly Hillbillies'(above), 'Dobie Gillis'(left), Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman'(above, right) ~r4 security. Just as Garrison Keillor has been able to evoke a common hometown for people who have left home, these shows give us a family to complement the real and imper- fect one that fate has dealt us. Old TV also preserves time cap- sules. Certain shows say more about America tha...…

November 18, 1987 (vol. 98, iss. 50) • Page Image 32

…4 4 A Scene of Quiet Achievements Gallaudet offers education, a special culture and a guide to the hearing world for deaf students When Frances Parsons shows slides of Picasso's "Guernica" and Fernand L6ger's "The City" to her art-history stu- dents, they watch her more closely than the masterpieces. Small won- der: the tall, slim, white-haired professor keeps moving her lips without making a sound. Her striking face is as animated as a mi...…

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… the conversation (signed) seems quite compatible with the more than 300 watts of music from four Peavey speakers. From the outside, Gallaudet's dorms look like the same architecturally modern buildings as those at many other colleges. But in- side there are differences. The hypersensitive fire detectors, which went off more than 200 times last fall, flash blindingly powerful strobe lights as well as clang a bell that makes the walls and floor...…

November 18, 1987 (vol. 98, iss. 50) • Page Image 34

…J U C A T called English Natural Form Instruction in which the teacher and students commu- nicate via computers, simulating conversa- tional English through the use of writtten English sent over a computer network. Be- cause English is, in effect, a second lan- guage for the deaf, all students are required to pass proficiency exams before they can enter the freshman class. Those with seri- ous deficiencies can remedy them in the prefreshman y...…

November 18, 1987 (vol. 98, iss. 50) • Page Image 35

… When the Price Is Too High Colleges need funds, but they fear selling out When Duke graduate and trustee Disque Deane pledged $20 million to his alma mater last December, it seemed like a fund raiser's dream come true. The biggest gift since James B. Duke endowed the university in 1924, Deane's contribution would revitalize Duke's $200 million capital campaign. But alas, there was a catch: terms of the gift mandat- ed that an executive commit...…

November 18, 1987 (vol. 98, iss. 50) • Page Image 36

…E 4 Messina explains, but if the donor went further and demanded that certain chemi- cals and a specific reporting procedure be used in the research, that would be objec- tionable. "You've crossed the line into grant/contract area," Messina says. "If there's a proprietary interest back to the donor, then it's not a gift." The issue at Duke was not clear-cut. Uni- versity officials had been negotiating for nearly three years before Deane-a li...…

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November 18, 1987 (vol. 98, iss. 50) • Page Image 38

… FASHION Fall's Fancies High fashion it's not, but here's what's hot T he women at Oklahoma State are fit to be tied these days. Hair bows, which have come and gone at some schools, have now lassoed the Cow- girls. The fripperies are especially fashionable among sorority members, who are sometimes known as bowheads. "I was sitting at a meeting the other day, and I noticed every single girl had something in her hair," marvels bow believer Poll...…

November 18, 1987 (vol. 98, iss. 50) • Page Image 39

… los with clasps shaped like scorpions, snakes and broncos in his store, Dream- land, says they show up everywhere: "I wear mine to Safeway." Male and female Huskies shop not only for the real old thing at about $7 or so, but for artsy new versions that cost up to $30. "The weirder they are, the more of a state- ment they make," says Claudia Morgan, whose Armadillo and Co. boutique carries upscale bolos. Coming for Christmas: bolos . clasped b...…

November 18, 1987 (vol. 98, iss. 50) • Page Image 40

…Small crowds, 16-hour van trips and a shoestring budget: UMass women's team at practice The Latest Big Kick U.S. colleges adopt the world's most popular sport SPORTS major who stops shots just fine at 6 feet, 165. And you can't beat the exercise: 90 minutes of organized running up and down the 120-yard pitch. "The physical dangers aren't as great," says Frank Longo, execu- tive secretary of the Intercollegiate Soccer Association of America. "...…

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…If you think the best way to pay for college is to put it off for a few years and join the military, you're half right. Because with the New GI Bill, you can join the Army National Guard and earn over $15,000 for college. But best of all, you serve part-time, as little as two days a month and two weeks a year. Which means you can go to school full-time. Right now. On us. So the question you have to ask yourself is not, can you afford to go to ...…

November 18, 1987 (vol. 98, iss. 50) • Page Image 42

… I I I IPLE Columbia's Mean Streak Call them the anti-fans. While their football team was losing to Princeton last month-its 35th straight defeat, a major-college rec- ord-Columbia "boosters" cheered-for Princeton. They sported "Beat Columbia" but- tons and "Strive for 35" ban- ners. And they were on their i ziCHOICE1z o0 U II feet when Princeton scored af- ter just 21 seconds. "I'm here to see my team doing what they do best," said Pa...…

November 18, 1987 (vol. 98, iss. 50) • Page Image 43

…BARRY STAVER Limerick conducts interview ence prof, even kicked Limer- ick out of his office. Limerick is not just clown- ing around. "There is a com- mon but inaccurate assump- tion that the fool is trying to make fun of something," says Limerick who, like Lear's fool, is playful yet insightful. "In fact, I am very serious." MICHI AEL M EHLE in Boulder A Pig Issue at Brandeis omething isn't kosher at Brandeis-the menu, to be precise. This fal...…

November 18, 1987 (vol. 98, iss. 50) • Page Image 44

…C A R E E I This Job Really Weathers Well The forecast for meteorologists is mostly sunny vision viewers may picture Mention meteorology, and tele- Willard Scott wearing bunch of bananas on his bald pate or a local airhead chirp- ing about the rain. But meteorology amounts to a lot more than happy talk. Meteorologists-even a growing number of TV weathercasters-are skilled profes- sionals trained in physics, chemistry and math. Their predicti...…

November 18, 1987 (vol. 98, iss. 50) • Page Image 45

…Laura Kennedy, 31, who is get- ting her Ph.D. at Texas A&M. Most meteorologists earn a relatively modest income. "You won't become the richest in the world, but it's not bad," says Biedinger of the National Weather Service. Be- ginning government salaries range from $15,500 to $18,300, not including overtime, and within three or four years in- crease to about $28,000. Em- ployees at private companies may well earn more. "If you're a good consu...…

November 18, 1987 (vol. 98, iss. 50) • Page Image 46

…C A R 4 A Black Leader for Army West Point names an old grad to a top job- and polishes its appeal When Fred Gorden graduated from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point in 1962, he was the only black among 600 cadets. This fall he returned to the Point-as Brig. Gen. Frederick Augus- tus Gorden, the first black officer ever to command the cadet corps. As commandant of cadets, Gorden, 47, holds one of the most significant posts in the Army:...…

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…C L A S S I F I E D S THE BRITISH AMERICAN DRAMA ACADEMY and SARAH LAWRENCE COLLEGE present THE LONDON DRAMA f t r. PROGRAM ti 1 i iit! 1 REGENTS COLLEGE, LONDON i i BADA's programs offer unique opportunities to study classical theatre with Britain's finest actors and directors. Those taking part in 1987 included: Sir John Gielgud - Jeremy Irons . Rosemary Harris Simon Callow " John Schlesinger . Paul Rogers The program includes courses in dr...…

November 18, 1987 (vol. 98, iss. 50) • Page Image 50

… A R3 RESUMES Getting Carded A search for new blood When you care enough to send the very best, as its saying goes, there is Hallmark Cards, Inc., of Kansas City, which pioneered greeting cards 77 years ago and now has a 40 per- cent share of the market. And there are also Cleveland-based American Greetings, which has an estimated 30 percent of the $3.4 billion business, and Cincinnati-based Gibson Cards, which sells Garfield and Walt Disney-...…

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