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January 15, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 73) • Page Image 1

…Weekend Magazine: *Las Vegas *Picks of '87 *The List *John Shea *Interview: Barry Levinson Ninety-eight years of editorial freedom Vol. XCVIII, No. 73 Ann Arbor, Michigan - Friday, January 15, 1988 Copyright 1988, The Michigan Daily 300 students confront regents Speakers address discrimination, code By STEVE KNOPPER About 300 students from three University groups joined in a cry of outrage about discrimination on campus and Inte...…

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…4 Page 2-The Michigan Daily-Friday, January 15, 1988 County GOP picks p resident By KENNETH DINTZER Washtenaw County's Republican Convention opened on a dramatic note when a tie vote for the seat of convention president was resolved as the acting president gave the position to his opponent. The convention opened with a tie vote between acting chair Lou THE DAILY CLASSIFIEDS ARE A GRZEAT Velker, a member of the coalition of representative ...…

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…The Michigan Daily-Friday, January 15, 1988- Page 3 I Overhaul of personnel angers WCBN staff By DOV COHEN A controversy surrounding WCBN disc jockey Chris Daley has led to a major overhaul of the radio station's staff that seriously threatens the quality of the station, representatives from the station said yesterday. Daley, who is not a student, was taken off the air last month within days after he aired a song called, "Run Nigger, Run." ...…

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…OPINION Page 4 Friday, January 15, 1988 The Michigan Daily Edited and managed by students at The University of Michigan Vol. XCVIII, No. 73 420 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. University Blacks unite Steiner sh( WHEN CONFRONTED yesterday by students in the LSA b...…

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…The Michigan Daily-Friday, January 15, 1988- Page 5 Honorary degree policy now allows absentees (Continued from Page 3) Administration Building itself would be too small for a dormitory.' The University plans to landscape the razed site and someday build either a hospital or a medical school building on it. The Regents' yesterday also ap- proved a set of interim bylaws for the School of Dentistry. There has never been any formal set of gover...…

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…Page 6 -'--The Michigan Daily-Friday, January 15, 1988 C ASIFIED ADS 764-0557 LOST & FOUND BICYCLE FOUND SATURDAY morning, near Bursley Hall. If lost, call and describe 763-1839. FOUND A SET OF KEYS on the ground in front of Angel Hall on 1/12 includes a small antique key & a Chapman Bike Lock Key. Please call 662-7049& ask for Amy.' FOUND- LADIES GOLD WATCH at Chi Phi on the night of 1/6. Call Angela 764- 8895. FOUND: keys in black leather c...…

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…Groups cause uproar at regents meeting The Michigan Daily-Friday, January 15, 1988- Page 7 Campaign collects goods for sister city (Continued from Page 3) Associate Dean for Long-Range Planning Jack Meiland came to the building yesterday morning, but no other deans arrived. The LSA Executive Committee - the college's governing body -- relocated its usual Thursday meeting to the Fleming Building. Protesters reported receiving calls of support...…

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…ARTS Friday, January 15, 1988 The Michigan Daily Heard Page 8 swings into By Alan Paul WEMU's winter Depot Town Jazz Series returns with a vengeance tomorrow night as J.C. Heard, De- troit drummer extraordinaire, pounds the skins with his 13 piece orches- tra. Heard, 70, has been swinging in bands both big and small for 50 years. In 1938 the Detroit native moved to New York to play behind piano great Teddy Wilson. Heard quickly rose to th...…

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…The Michigan Daily-Friday, January 15, 1988- Page 9 University Productions offers seven exciting performances By Jennifer Kohn University Productions' 1988 Season is com- posed of seven shows which will be both thought provoking and entertaining for the Ann Arbor theatre-goer. University Productions, the performance end of the School of Music, incorporates dance, mu- sical theatre, opera, drama and orchestral accom- paniment. Though it was...…

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…Wrestling vs. Illinois Tomorrow, 7:30 p.m. Crisler Arena SPORTS Friday, January 15, 1988 Women's Basketball vs. Ohio State Tonight, 7:30 p.m. Crisler. Arena The Michigan Daily U ' delays A D decision By SCOTT G. MILLER The University is still without a new athletic director. Despite reports earlier in the week, no announcement was made at the University's Board of Regents monthly meeting yesterday. Current athletic director Don Canham is re...…

January 15, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 73) • Page Image 11

…IM' Grapplers begin Big The Michigan Daily-Friday, January 15, 1988- Page 11 Ten season By RICHARD EISEN From your favorite pre-rush fraternity bash, or from the. back seat of your '71 Nova, or from wherever you will be on Saturday night, just give a hard listen and you will hear the Michigan wrestlers avenging themselves at Crisler Arena. This weekend, Michigan will open up its Big Ten season, hitting the floor against Illinois and Purdue...…

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…Page 12-The Michigan Daily-Friday, January 15, 1988 Michigan breaks Jenison jinx Women hoopsters (Continued from Page 1) Glen Rice added 17 points and Loy Vaught threw in 10 for the Wolverines, 3-0 Big Ten, 14-1 overall. Rumeal Robinson hit eight of ten free throws and added 10 points to the victory total. Grant led the Wolverines to a slim 41-37 halftime edge with 18 first half points. The Spartans had closed the lead to four after trailin...…

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…w___ -w w w ,w MNWFIRNNPIW7 W 19EW w ,w s MF in THE OFFICE OF MAJOR EVENTS PRESENTS ilie [ Iunnyre Ech Moo JANUARY 15, 1988 c l e 9Ut rl gttn ttilg VOLUME 6, NO. 13 PERFORMANCES SATURDAY ROBERT B L O O M RECITAL - 8 p.m., Rackham Auditorium Robert Bloom, known as one of the world's best oboe virtuosos will be accompanied by the University Wind Ensemble. SUNDAY ANN ARBOR SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA-3:30 p.m., Michigan Theater Carl St. ...…

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…w w lw mw 'ROW 7, 9:15; F&S 12 am.) The, What's happening in Ann Arbor this weekend FIRST-RUN FILMS ANGEL HEART Mickey Rourke, Lisa Bonet and Robert DeNiro star in last year's controversial tale of voodoo and the supernatural. At Briarwood. (F&S 12 a.m.) BATTERIES NOT IN- CLUDED Hume Cronyn and Jessica Tandy are aided in saving their home by little flying saucers. Cute for the kids. At State. (all week - 7:30, 9:45) BROADCAST NEWS Fro...…

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…- - wm w 1w . .., , NOW NIW IW mw 14.. ,w Looking back at 1987: Daily MUSIC 1987 was a general dud, but at least our critics could name ten good records. Beth Fertig The stockmarket fell, Gary Hart's pants fell, and the rest of the world crashed, too. Advise for '88: don't leave your house. But first, go out and buy these: -John Zorn, Spillane (Nonesuch) -The Gun Club, Mother Juno (Redu Rhino/Fundamental) -Area, Radio Caroline...…

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…w w v w w 1w NW MICH.ELLANY Thanks but no thanks, 'Dad' reviewers pick their favorite There I was, standing in the street minding my own business, when a baseball came flying out of nowhere and smacked me right in the back of the head. "Oh, God," I cried, lying stunned on the. ground. "Think quick," laughed a man coming over to help me up. He was wearing a baseball glove. "Who are you?" I asked. The man was offended. "Why, do...…

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…w w w w w w w mr NW lqw lw m ,w ,qw ear w i w Im z 0 z Yw 01 *I**k Las Vegas: the country's decadent most city. Staffer recounts his bouts with gambling and brutality DAY ONE: Wcome to the sickest city on earth. This was my first thought as I got off the plane in Las Vegas. I came out here on the dubious pretense of covering George Foreman's fifth comeback fight, against an "opponent" named Rocky Sekorski. My real reason...…

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