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February 08, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 89) • Page Image 1

…Ninety-eight years of editorial freedom Vol. XCVIII, No. 89 Agin Arbor, Michigan - Monday, February 8, 1988 Copyright 1988, The Michigan Daily Purdue slips by Michigan, 91-87 By GREG MOLZON Just like last year's contest be- tween the two schools, not many of the 13,609 fans jammed into Crisler Arena will soon forget the classic game put on by Purdue and Michigan yesterday. Only the memories will be differ- ent. Michigan destroyed the Boil...…

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…4 Page 2 -The Michigan Daily-Monday, February 8, 1988 Campus groups to debate code By RYAN TUTAK - The Michigan Student Assembly plans to iterate its opposition to Interim University President Robben Fleming's proposed code in an open forum being held tonight to receive the University community's comments on the pro- posal. In addition, members of MSA's Student Rights Committee will present an alternative procedure to address harassment inc...…

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…The Michigan Daily-Monday, February 8, 1988- Page 3 Snow sculptors show o their art By LINDA McFALL After four days of frigid chipping, shaping, and scraping, 16 ice sculpting teams flaunted their snowy creations on Main Stree yesterday in the first annual Snow Sculpting Competition. The three person teams competed by carving figures into four-ton blocks of snow which measured six by six by 10 feet. The first-place winner, a team from Cranbro...…

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…I OPINION Page 4 Monday, February 8, 1988 The Michigan Daily Edited and managed by students at The University of Michigan Vol. XCVIII, No. 89 420 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. Landlords coerce tenants into forfeiting their rights: YMove on tenants rights 4 Ne...…

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… Luncheon Minority students consider grad school The Michigan Daily-Monday, February 8, 1988- Page 5 Week-long forum focusses on S. Africa By SHEALA DURANT Graduate school is a commit- ment and students should really like what they're doing, Univer- sity graduate student Neil Foley told a group of students Saturday at a luncheon for minority under- graduates who are interested in at- tending graduate school. Foley, an LSA counselor, and 10 o...…

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…ARTS a J ., The Michigan Daily Monday, February 8, 1988 Page 7 _ ', Alley aims at appeal (and laughs) -4" By John Shea Special to the Daily SAN FRANCISCO - When God made Kirstie Alley, He took two pieces of metal, each of equal strength, and fused them together. Country. City. The fibers are pretty strong at both ends. "I'm real outdoorsy," Alley said in a teleconference interview earlier last month. "I like to swim and play ga...…

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…Page 8-The Michigan Daily-Monday, February 8, 1988 Acclaimed author talks about career, RC 'T By Avra Kouffman Thursday night University alumna Jennifer Levin read from her third novel, Shimoni's Lover, in East Quad's Benzinger Library. The well- attended reading was one of many events hosted by the Residential College in commemoration of its 20th anniversary. Levin, an RC graduate and highly-acclaimed author, spoke warmly of the RC and of W...…

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…Men's Basketball vs. Indiana Saturday, 4 p.m. Crisler Arena SPORTS Monday, February 8, 1988 Men's Swimming vs. Michigan State Friday, 7:30 Matt Mann Pool The Michigan Daily Page 9 Loss leaves 'M' For Pete BY PETE STEINER' 's Sake Vaught slips... ...Michigan falls The rap on Loy Vaught in the past has been he lacks consistency. He's a great athlete, but he lacks consistency. In yesterday's 91-87 loss to Purdue at Crisler Arena, those...…

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…I Page 10-The Michigan Daily-Monday, February 8, 1988 Hat tricks McCaughey's trio keeps M' three points ahead of WMU I By ADAM SCHRAGER "Let's get physical, physical. We want to get physical." This was the tune that Michigan's hockey team sung after Saturday night's 5-1 victory over Western Michigan, giving the Wolverines a weekend split and a' three-point lead over the Broncos inj the Central Collegiate Hockey' Association. Senior wing...…

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…tax c r a s . U. The N F*bruary 10Volume U__ _ FOTBLLS IGES -RUT- 0 Unexpected visitor Two Fort Hays U. students face frightening situation-an escaped convict in their home. Page 4 IS- S 1Presidential race God shows lack of prejudice and enters two candidates of opposing parties in '88 elections. Page 7 .. A $100,000 grade Students disapprove of professor's teaching tactic. Say $100,000 classroom offer just plain wrong. Page 9 U2 packs R...…

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…2 U. THE NATIONAL COLLEGE NEWSPAPER FEBRUARY 1988 2 U. THE NATIONAL COLLEGE NEWSPAPER FEBRUARY 1988 Glove Continued From Page 1 While shoulder dystocia occurs in only one percent of vaginal births per year, it can be very dangerous. At least six instances of fetal death have occur- red because of asphyxiation, Sorab said. Infant shoulder dystocia also causes severe blood loss to the delivering mother. Working with an obstetrician at the U. ...…

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…FEBRUARY 1988 U. THE NATIONAL COLLEGE NEWSPAPER 3 FEBRUARY 1988 U. THE NATIONAL COLLEGE NEWSPAPER 3 I F ==no% I ATHLETICS ACADEMICS Every university wants a strong athletic program, but some schools sacrifice academic integrity to get one. More than a few incidents exist f athletes who graduate from col- lege without knowing how to read or write. To prevent athletes from being 'used" by colleges, the National Col- legiate Athletic Associ...…

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…4 U_ THE NATIONAL COLLEGE NEWSPAPER FEBRUARY 1988 4 U. THE NATIONAL COLLEGE NEWSPAPER FEBRUARY 1988 Students believe they won't get AIDS By Kristen McCleary The Guardian U. of California, San Diego From the condom vending machines in campus restrooms to the diminishing use of the phrase "one night stand" in college circles, it's becoming increasingly clear that the AIDS virus is having a significant impact on the U. of Californi- a, San Di...…

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…FEBRUARY 1988 U. of Kansas prof teaches students how to stage a nuclear attack By Michael Carolan University Daily Kansan U. of Kansas John O'Brien, professor of systema- tics and ecology, teaches students how to kill millions of people. O'Brien's class, "Ecology of a Nuclear War," is planning a nuclear attack on the maior cities of the United States. "We're simply playing a game on pap- er with 2 percent of the Soviet power and wiping out 10 ...…

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…6 U. THE NATIONAL COLLEGE NEWSPAPER FEBRUARY 1988 6 U. THE NATIONAL COLLEGE NEWSPAPER FEBRUARY 1988 CHEATING: Student survey Question YES NO Do you think there is a general attitude% 4''% on campus that cheating is OK as long as 53% 47 you don't get caught? Do you think it is easy to cheat on most %Of 6O% exams at this university? Have you ever cheated? 40% 6 % OTHERSURVEYS A GW Hatchet random survey... of 95 stu- dents concluded almost 6...…

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…FEBRUARY 1988 U. THE NATIONAL COLLEGE NEWSPAPER 7 THE NATIONAL COLLEGE NEWSPAPER EDITORIAL ADVISORY COUNCIL DR. FRANK RAGULSKY, Manager Student By presenting a wide range of opinions and ideas reprinted from hundreds Media, Daily Barometer, Oregon State U. of campus newspapers, we hope to enhance the quality of campus life as EDoUND SULLiVAN, Columbia JAN T. CHILDRESS, Director Student we inform, entertain and engage the national student body....…

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…8 U. THE NATIONAL COLLEGE NEWSPAPER FEBRUARY 1988 8 U THE NATIONAL COLLEGE NEWSPAPER FEBRUARY 1988 Woodward reveals more of Casey's knowledge By David Burke University Leader Fort Hays State U., KS . GUY gaMep wooplwRp S .. We have all heard that in Bob Wood- ar THe G3Te...SaYS He Has ward's book Veil: The Secret Wars of the - a Few MORe QUeSTioNS To CIA, the late Central Intelligence Agen- 25K YOU fQFORE He wiaps cy Director William Casey ...…

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…FEBRUARY 1988 U. THE NATIONAL COLLEGE NEWSPAPER 9 FEBRUARNYTYL 1988UR UNEY CAHER AINLCLEEONEWISAE r Buddies Scraping by Finance jobs alluring Teeing off in business A American U.'s Big Students budget to Finance management jobs Golf is an advantage in Buddies offer more than prevent skimpy meals at attract students from all the business game. just 'help with homework.' month's end. walks of life. Page 12 Page 11 Page 10 Page 10 .PEOPLtE W? ...…

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…10 U. THE NATIONAL COLLEGE NEWSPAPER Debt big headache for med students FEBRUARY 1988 By Mary Neil Westbrook Daily Nebraskan U. of Nebraska-Lincoln The number of applicants to medical schools in Nebraska and the number of pre-medicine majors at the U. of Neb- raska-Lincoln (UN) are declining, poss- ibly because students have become dis- illusioned and because of the high amount of debt many students accumu- late, officials say. "Medicine is ...…

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…FEBRUARY 1988 U. THE NATIONAL COLLEGE NEWSPAPER 11 FEBRUARY 1988 U. THE NATIONAL COLLEGE NEWSPAPER 11 I Why slum it when you can budget? By Phoenicia Miracle College Heights Herald Western Kentucky U. Each year students take out loans, receive grants, have their parents send them money and search for part-time jobs-all in an attempt to get money. But once they get the money, some students don't know howto make it last. "If you want to ha...…

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…12 U. THE NATIONAL COLLEGE NEWSPAPER FEBRUARY 1988 12 U. THE NATIONAL COLLEGE NEWSPAPER FEBRUARY 1988 Il C 1MUNTYSERVICE Q M N I Tuition Problems? Try this... Mike Hayes' tuatin preblems came to a halt whenhe eceived $23,000 in small change shortly after Chicago Tri- bune columnist Bob Greene asked each of his read- ers to send a penny to Hayes so he could continue going to college. People explained why they re- sponded. A Mexican immigran...…

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…1988 U. THE NATIONAL COLLEGE NEWSPAPER 13 1988 U. THE NATIONAL COLLEGE NEWSPAPER 13 I. Allan Bloom reviewed Character acting Playing Leningrad Just hearsing around Student takes stab at "River's Edge" lead, Georgetown pianist Student's morbid but bestselling author who Daniel Roebuck, does strikes key notes during practical hearse is an asset blasts Higher Education. Hollywood the easy way. Soviet tour. and a liability. Page 18 Page 15 Pag...…

February 08, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 89) • Page Image 24

…14 U. THE NATIONAL COLLEGE NEWSPAPER FEBRUARY 1981 14 U. THE NATIONAL COLLEGE NEWSPAPER FEBRUARY 198 MYTHS ABOUT RAPE 1: It will not/cannot happen to me. FACT: The misconception that only a "certain kind" of woman is raped may serve as a kind of false security against the frightening knowledge that anyone can be victimized. However, obvious feelings of insecurity or restrictive clothing may be interpreted by the rapist as an indication that...…

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…FEBRUARY 1988 River's Edge tar handles Hollywood in his own way By Gregory Robert Krzos State Press Arizona State U. It took a lot for ctor Daniel Roebuck to leave his home back East, head to Hol- lywood and try bat- tling it out against the California ne'er-do-wells. Roebuck, who cur- rently can be seen *n Vista film's Dudes," insists there's a reason for A this rambunctious decision. Daniel Roebuck "I must have been dropped on my head when I...…

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…FEBRUARY 198 16 U. THE NATIONAL COLLEGE NEWSPAPER 16 U THENATONALCOLLGE EWSPPER EBRARY 988 SEI 0RR IE1W,, Darklands The Jesus and Mary Chain Warner/Reprise The intense pressure to improve on initial success often results in poor and even wretched second albums. The Jesus and Mary Chain was as ripe for this so-called Sophomore Slump as any other hip and cool British under- ground group. Their first album, Psy chocandy, gained critical prais...…

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…[EBRUARY 1988 U. THE NATIONAL COLLEGE NEWSPAPER 17 L' EBRUARY 1988 U. THE NATIONAL COLLEGE NEWSPAPER 17 ianist strikes e right keys y Adrienne Toomey The Hoya eorgetown U., DC When John Brennan, now a George- own freshman, began taking piano les- ons at the age of eight, he had no idea hat nine years later he would play for wo thousand people in a Leningrad oncert hall Since then he has given innumerable performances, ranging from jam ses-...…

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…18 U. THE NATIONAL COLLEGE NEWSPAPER FEBRUARY 198E 18 U. THE NATIONAL COLLEGE NEWSPAPER FEBRUARY 1981 Greek rejection isn't lethal cut By Lori Darvas Daily Northwestern Northwestern U., IL Rush is over. The songs have been sung; the wel- come signs are up; and the actives are enthusiastically introducing their new brothers and sisters to Greek life. But beneath the excitement, there are peo- ple hidden behind undecorated doors. They're pre...…

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…BRUARY 1988 U. THE NATIONAL COLLEGE NEWSPAPER 19 222-0 Spelunkers explore Most-used drug Steroids Relive the football game If you can't see your Caffeine is good for What you don't know can that rewrote the record hand, you must be in a studying, but not so good kill you. books. cave. for the stomach. Page 20 Page 22 Page 22 Page 20 Sacrificing health for thinness Letter to Connie: We can help you By Editorial Staff Daily Kent Stater 'Kent St...…

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…20 U. THE NATIONAL COLLEGE NEWSPAPER FEBRUARY 19f 20 U. THE NATIONAL COLLEGE NEWSPAPER FEBRUARY 191 S- College football's 'biggest rout By John Porretto Daly Reveille Louisiana State U. "Hell with it, I don't think we can heat 'em now anyway," said a Cumerland U. footall player shortly efore their 222-0 defeat at the hands of Georgia Tech U. On Oct. 7, 1916, Cumerland gave up more points, touchdowns and yards than any team efore or since in...…

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…FEBRUARY 1988 Tulane Continued From Page 1 tion, battered spouses and paternity cases. Also included in the case load are lease disputes, public housing grievances, fore- closures, medicare prob- lems, veterans benefits and successions, accord- ing to the Law School Dean's Office. The student role will range from researching to organizing the cases. In addition, the students, unlike most lawyers, will have to travel to the homes of clients and...…

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…22 U. THE NATIONAL COLLEGE NEWSPAPER FEBRUARY 19881 22 U. THE NATIONAL COLLEGE NEWSPAPER FEBRUARY 1988 R ECREATION Students relax mind and body through ancient By D. Stephen Voss Daily Reveille Louisiana State U. When most people think about mar- tial arts, they picture Chuck Norris or Bruce Lee-bulging, sweaty muscles, a black belt, and quick karate chops. Very few imagine a well-lit room full of stress-filled college students and senior...…

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…EBRUARY 1988 inness ontinued From Page 19 ia. Both disorders are on the rise with n estimated 0.5 percent of 12-18 year- d American females suffering from orexia nervosa, and 5 percent of dolescent and young adult females howing an incidence of bulimia; some gures are estimating the prevalence of ulimia at 20 percent of college-age omen! Males are not excluded from these isorders, as an estimated 5-10 percent f all anorexia nervosa and bulimia...…

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