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June 16, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 17) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily Vol. XCIll No. 17-S Ann Arbor, Michigan - Thursday, June 16, 1983 Ten Cents Sixteen Pages Tuition hike estimated at 8-10% By CHERYL BAACKE A top University official said he will recommend an 8 to 10 percent tuition increase for 1983-84 at the mon- thly Board of Regents meeting which begins today. Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost Billy Frye said at least an 8 percent hike is necessary to pay faculty salaries a...…

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…Page 2 -The Michigan Daily -Thursday, June 16, 1983 Low esteem, stress lead women to drugs By MICHAEL WESTON Susan T. slides into her favorite chair after work. Before her husband and kids get home she reaches for a glass of water and gulps down three Valium. Her doctor prescribed the pills to relieve tension when she started a new job a year ago. Today, Susan can't wind down without drugs. This pattern is common among large number of women w...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Thursday, June 16,;1983- Page 3 Bursley victim's family repaid By KAREN TENSA The family of a University student killed in the Bur- sley shootings two years ago will receive $1,499 in compensation from a state board. Special legislation passed last week in the State House of Representatives granted the payment to the family of Douglas McGreaham, who was shot to death April 17, 1981. MCGREAHAM, A resident advisor at Bursle...…

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…Page 4 - The Michigan Daily --Thursday; June 16, 1983 Proposed guidelines may hurt researchers (Continued from Page 1) president for research. ersity from supporting research which "I think (the proposals) have always has "substantial purpose.... to destroy been the position of the Vice President or permanently incapacitate human for Research," he says adding that the beings." current mechanisms for reviewing The University has enforced simila...…

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…High Court affirms right to abortion sent form and performance of WASHINGTON (AP) - The Supreme tion. Court yesterday struck down a host of t Aborted fetuses be dispos state and local regulations designed to "humane and sanitary" way. make abortions more difficult to obtain, . All pregnant, unwed gir reinforcing its 1973 decision which 15-no matter how "mature" legalized the operation and sparked a a parent's consent or a jut continuing moral ...…

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…OPINION 4 Page 6 The Michigan Daily Thursday, June 16, 1983 Confessions of a sorority dropout 4 By Jayne Hendel It started as a game. I had done my requisite teen reading, dozed through the idyllic T.V. sagas, so clothed in pure prep, I plunged into sorority rush. A million rationales coated my nonconformist conscience - I was a transfer student from a tiny, very liberal-artsy college in the East feeling overwhelmed by the Univer- sity...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Thursday, June 16, 1983 - Page 7 Fewer blacks entering Harvard The number of black students that enrolled at Harvard University last year dropped 16 percent causing the school to re-evaluate its recruiting programs. Harvard accepted 171 black students last year, but only 56.7 percent enrolled and anestimated 53.2 percent are ex- pec enroll this year. COLLEGES University administrators said they were disappointed by the dr...…

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…I .1 il L' fr"ob isl II4%1Ib" 't (0 c0 0 w. 0 (0 3 0 04 I 0 cU '0 "0 Thursday, June MO Moon 'tiE Midnight! This Thursday, it's Midnight Madness at Tech Hifi! From noon until midnight, you'll find crazy prices on the smart buys in stereo for your home, car, and travels, plus high-tech TV's and video recorders, cordless phones, computer software and accessories, and much more! Even though our prices are crazy on Thursday, our guaran- tees...…

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June 16, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 17) • Page Image 10

…ARTS 4 Page 10 Thursday, June 16, 1983 Dixon at Rick's By Doug Laurin T HE CELEBRATED storyteller," j "the blues rock catalyst," "the mastermind of masterpieces," "the Hoochie Coochie Man," himself, Willie Dixon brings his blues guitar to Rick's Friday night. Dixon's vibrating bass and deep, resonating voice have been legendary in the Chicago blues scene for the past 40 years. "Willie's got a distinctive, growling voice," said Nancy Meyer...…

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…Hardcore in the afternoon By Joe Hoppe L AST SATURDAY was a nice day - a nice day for a hardcore all-ages matinee down at Joe's Star Lounge. Walk in out of the horrible sun and listen to great noise thrashings and angry yells of defiance. Saturday was such a nice day, that it was too hot to wear your big black dan- ce boots. Many of the boot boys stom- ped around in tennis shoes, they're much better for riding skateboards anyhow. And ride the...…

June 16, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 17) • Page Image 12

…Page 12- The Michigan Dcdily -hursday June T6, 1983 BRUCE LEE IN "FISTS OF FURY" namefintdys - - MICHIGAN DAILY MEL GIBSON- classified page "MAD MAX" YOU WIN "HEALTH SPA" & TWO FREE TICKETS -CTS" XX STATE 1-2-3-4 "Harold and Maude" 4 STEVEN R. GOODMAN-Stevie R., Two superstar tickets to the State Theater are lost without you. Find them at the Daily, 420 Maynard. dA0616 ANN ARBOR ANTIQUES MARKET, Sunday, June 19, 5055Saline-Ann Arbor Road...…

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…SUMMER SUBLETS 1-2-3 bdr. apts. located on & off campus. nished/unfurnished, REASONABLY PRICED. or stotntday fr theet eection. Mo D ERN MANAGEMENT'r668-69W/663-364 418E. Washington (bet. S. State & Division) FALL '83-One and Two bedroom apts., prime pus locations. 12 and 8 month leases, starting Furnished/unfurnished. Stop be Campus Rent fire at 1335 S. University or call 665-8 Highlands - North Campu TAKING APPLICATIONS FOR fall rentals ficie...…

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…Page 14 - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, June 16, 1983 21ASEBALL ROUNDUP 4 Evans' SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - Darrell Evans blasted three home runs and drove in six runs and Fred Breining fired a four-hitter after pitching 5 1-3 perfect innings as the San Francisco Giants crushed the Houston Astros 7-1 yesterday. Evans tied Atlanta's Dale Murphy for the National League lead in homers with 18, ran his career total to 250 and became the first Giant s...…

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…The Michigan Daily - GIBSON SMACKS 600-FOOT HOMER Thursday, June 16, 1983 - Page 15 Tiger slugger is back on track DETROIT (AP) - When Kirk Gibson to be part of Tiger Stadium legend. Af- "IT'S LIKE trying to stop an 18- he's hitting," Anderson s is hot - as he is now - he's in a class ter hitting a monumental drive in the wheeler on wet pavement," was the doesn't have to put every h almost by himself - a whole new 4th over the right field st...…

June 16, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 17) • Page Image 16

…SPORTS 4 Page 16 THE SPORTING VIEWS 'M' baseball team... ... second to none By PAUL HELGREN We have seen the future and it is Michigan baseball. Michigan's latest powerhouse, the baseball team, finished its winningest season ever (50-9) and tied for third in the College World Series, which determines the national champion. Coming on the heels of three ex- cellent teams (1980-82), two of which also made it to the Omaha classic, the baseball t...…

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