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November 17, 1989 (vol. 100, iss. 53) • Page Image 1

…y.1sM ."E I Inside Magazine TIPOFF '89 ............... OPINION El Salvador civil war worsens 4 ARTS Squeeze plays Ann Arbor 9 ...................................................................................-...'-....-°-->,.3-.......-.-.-.....-.-........................?....Y.:*.*...'....... ..................................................................................................................................................…

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…Page 2- The Michigan Daily -Friday, November 17, 1989 Community Access celebrates anniversary By Paul Golin Ann Arbor Community Access Television's staff had more than one reason to celebrate yesterday at its open house. Although they were happy about the system's sixteenth anniversary in broadcasting, the Community Ac- cess staff was overjoyed about their newly upgraded access studio, which includes.three new video cameras, a better graphics...…

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…Senior faculty *decry salaries by Noah Finkel Daily Administration Reporter Full professors at the University receive lower salaries than associate and assistant professors at "peer" in- stitutions; according to Public Health Professor Roy Penchansky, chair of the Committee on the Eco- nomic Status of the Faculty. Penchansky presented the com- mittee's bi-annual report to the Uni- versity Board of Regents at their monthly meeting yesterday. Am...…

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…0 OPINION Page 4 Friday, November 17, 1989 The Michigan Daily W 4be 3icbigau t i Edited and managed by students at The University of Michigan Biowarfare, AIDS & the CIA r By Mike Sobel 420 Maynard St. Ann Arbor, MI 48109 Vol. C, No. 53 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. El Salvador's ci...…

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… Noted author talks of powerlessness The Michigan Daily - Friday, November 17, 1989 - Page 5 University research programs 'healthy' for fiscal year 1989 by Daniel Poux Daily Staff Writer "World hunger is not the result of a scarcity of food, or a scarcity of land; it's due to a scarcity of democ- racy. This was the theme of Frances Moore Lappe's speech last night in Angell Hall. The speech capped off the efforts of the World Hunger Edu- cat...…

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…Page 6- The Michigan Daily -Friday, November 17, 1989 Cl.ASSIFIE-D ADS r 764-0557* -~ Wui~Yi.I TO PLACE A CLASSIFIED IN 94t dtt ix 4ettU X ads cost $2.10/line for the first day;$.70/line for each additional consecutive day X ads must be placed by 11:00 a.m. the morning before publication X ads must be prepaid with cash, an t ,i in town check, or a money order X ads may be removed from publication, but there will be no refunds 1 BDRM. ...…

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…ARTS Friday, November 17, 1989 The Michigan Daily Page 7 RC Writers convene in Greene BY KRISTIN PALM THINK of it as Paris in the 1920s or New York in this decade without the cocaine or the pretensions. Ann Arbor may not have that cosmopolitan feel, but the Residential College Writers do attempt to create the same sense of community fostered by the hip authors hanging out in these metro ar- eas. The RC Writers is a relatively new group ...…

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…Page 8 -The Michigan Daily - Friday, November 17, 1989 Ginsberg, Glass enter 'Vortex' BY GREG BAISE "GREGARIOUS and congenial," says Allen Ginsberg of the poet apotheosis of the Beat Generation, namely, himself. Of Philip Glass, one of the most acclaimed contemporary composers and always an innovator, Ginsberg comments, "He's quite an amazing energy man. A vegetarian." Tonight, Allen Ginsberg and Philip Glass will present an evening of poet...…

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… The Michigan Daily - Friday, November 17, 1989 - Page 9 Cute, cuddly, and Squeeze-able BY MARK SWARTZ I'VE never met Difford or Tilbrook or the other blokes in Squeeze, so I've never gotten a chance to ask them about their name. But I'd really like to get a chance to see if my the- ory is correct. The way I see it, Squeeze, who play Hill Auditorium tonight, is the nicest band in the world. The kind of band a girl can take home to her parents...…

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…#I Women's Basketball vs. Mexican National Team Sunday, 2:00 p.m. Crisler Arena SPORTS Hockey vs. Ohio State Tonight, 7:30 p.m. Yost Ice Arena The Michigan Doily, Tune up meet for women swimmers by Steven Frai berg in the nation - Stanford, Florida, [Daily Sports Contributor an Texa -, a The Wolverines will continue " swam the fastest 400 medley their quest for an NCAA title this relay we've ever swam during the Friday when they face Illi...…

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…GOPHERS Continued from Page 1 feet) waking up in a pool of sweat, screaming, at 2 a.m. after he dreamed that Minnesota running back Darrell Thompson rushed for 400 yards against Michigan. * "The important thing is what we do mentally (against Minnesota)," Schembechler said. "We've got some momentum, and if we go up there and mess around, then I'll be very disappointed in our team. "I don't think that will happen," he said. So, if even Bo doesn...…

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…Page 12-The Michigan Daily -Friday, November 17, 1989 6 0 CDRACLE@ Make your vision tomorrow's technology Ojas' rare ability to easily vanquish complex problems earned him admiration when he became a chess cham- pion in grade school. Ojas' intelligence, drive and uncommon insistence on doing everything well have made him one of our outstanding project managers. But employees like Ojas aren't at all rare to us. He's one of the many recent un...…

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…0 :w p 0 , e M*Cbl*gan jqa4OjU_ - - - r. a r i r i i i i r r i r r r i NOVEMBER 17.1989 MA( -_. - .. ..:... :.. .... VOLUME 8, NUMBER 12 9 for the real world. Using an IBMR Personal System/2'computer to help you succeed in college can also prepare you to succeed in a career. Because chances are, after you graduate, you'll be working on an IBM computer. So the IBM PS/2 is the perfect investment. It can help you organize your no...…

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… 7f7 0 U -MF iPOff '89. Bud VanDeWege and Steve Fisher lead their teams into battle. - Giti £Eidliganu iBilg - A portrait of Russia on the eve of the Great Terror. Lapshin, a Checkist, is the hero of Yuri Gherman's (the director's father) novels. Though not overtly anti- Stalinist, this reconstructed film was not allowed to be released until 1985. Russian with subtitles. WARREN MILLER'S WHITE M A G I C (Don Brolin, 1989)' Michigan Th. 8:...…

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…e,1 K . 0 0 . __,. ., ----.- 'THE* w What's happening in Ann Arbor this weekend ALL DOGS GO TO HEAVEN Animator Don Bluth (A n American Tale) presents his latest film from his Hollywood Studios about Charlie Barkin, a German Shephard with Burt Reynold's voice, who breaks out of a New Orleans dog pound and gets involved in a bunch of adventures with his buddy, Itchy (Dom De Luise). At Briarwood: 12:00, 2:00, 4:00, 6:00, 7:45. At Showcase: 1...…

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…I -67 Il '9 :: :yi : t ji:: : {:=: : _A :it' :.t-v l:i~i . i~ iiiCi' ft":: {G=i>: '~:i:}-; :: 7W-, 7W- A <faSin;iA V'"en Continued from Page 7 ---------r ..................t..... a new experience and says he has yet to feel the pressure. Some time though, with highly competitive recruiting, expectant fans, and big games, the pressure will hit Fisher. You just hope it passes him by. , I /"\ ......1&......qse:t{ ...::........}.}}}::"...…

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…0 0. 0 sourc III In The Preseason to Big Ten Ranking Polls National Ranking 1989-90 Michigan Women's Basketball Schedule MICHIGAN .S AFTERSH C Tipoff '89 API Sport Magazine Inside Sports Basketball Digest Street and Smith's The Sporting News Big; Ten Basketball 1 1 1 2 1 4 5 2 5 5 2 7 3 DlATE OPPONENT TIME A A i 1:J Vl 1 Vl\L' 1\ 1 l *A LA L Don't Get Fouled At The Tipoff... Check Out The MCRS Nov. 19 Nov. 28 Nov. 30 De...…

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… 0 S 0 a For Exam Preparation Choose to EXCEL! Iq "44% N 4 A -Learn to Anticipate the Exam -Improve Your Test-Taking Skills -Use Your Study Time More Effectively -Achieve Your Maximum Potential Score Test Preparation 1100 Men Continued from Page 5 rebounding a year ago, would like to pull down the rebounding title this year. Mills, who averaged 11.6 points and 5.9 rebounds a game, is a pre-season second team All-Big-Ten selection. Th...…

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…0 0 90 0 0 Ar? - It's New Mexican Restaurant Ann Arbor-Ypsilanti Area -- It's Great * Serving Lunch and Dinner Mon-Thurs 11-10 Fri & Sat 11-11 SMonday Night is "Margarita Night" * Happy Hour Mon-Fri in the Lounge and Dining Room featuring: - $1.00 off margaritas - 23 oz. draft $2.00 - complimentary chips and salsa - It's Here , , 4890 Washtenaw o 1 mile east of US 23 us 23 A North 434-7500- -- ....--....----.---- $5$5.00 OFF YOUR BILL $5' ...…

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…0 0 0 w W U be lairigau ait FACEOFF! BigTen Continued from Page 12 "Our best player is a junior, Steve Smith at 6'7"," Heathcote said. "Our second best player is a sophomore, Ken Redfield at 6'7". Our third best player is a sophomore, Matt Steigenga at 6'7". "The key to our team is prhi-. our fourth, fifth, or sixth player, Mike Peplowski 6'10", 280 pounds, and fi position we haven't had in a 1 time. If he cannot play we have a doughnu...…

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…0 Read Jim Poniewozik Every W AF THE BIG- TEN THE BIG TEN i Illinois, Minnesota, and Indiana look r nszh Michioen in the men's division Expect a dogfight in the women s division from Purdue, Iowa, and OSU I../ FL4011J1 V 11V1 by Steven Cohen Daily Basketball Writer At last month's Big Ten Conference Media Day, all ten conference coaches proclaimed at one time or another that they belonged to the nation's premier v . conference. It ...…

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…TTENTION ATM CARDHOLDERS! Now the same card that gives you unlimited access to your money can provide you with even greater convenience and savings through a new service called debit Point of Sale (POS). MORE CONVENIEN Any ATM card displaying the squiggly ML logo can now be used to pay for purchases, just like using cash, at any merchant displaying the new Magic Touch symbol. MOR SAWNGS: To start saving today, use your Magic Line ATM card to p...…

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