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July 19, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 24) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Dail Vol. XCIII, No. 24-S Ann Arbor, Michigan - Tuesday, July 19, 1983 Ten Cents Twelve Pages 'U' RECEIVES 11 COMPLAINTS Harassment reports rise By GEORGEA KOVANIS reported have more than tripled: kissing to rape." Eleven cases of sexual harassment were reported " in 1980, five cases were reported to the affirmative NINE OF THE incidents reported to the personnel to the University's affirmative action office from action office; of...…

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…Page 2 - The Michigan Daily- Tuesday, July 19, 1983 Kissinger named to foreign policy post From AP and UPI HOLLYWOOD, Fla. - President Reagan named Henry Kissinger yesterday to head a special commission on U.S. policy toward Central America and warned the nation will "pay a terrible price" if it fails to aid Latin democracy. The bipartisan commission, headed by the former secretary of state, will forge long-term policy toward Central America ...…

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…The Michigan Daily -Tuesday, July 19, 1983 - Page 3 tenants win cleaning fee ease By MICHAEL WESTON Two former Eastern Michigan Univ- ersity students won a major court bat- tle against their landlord last week that could save all Michigan renters some money. Mike Smolen and Pete Mikelonis won hack $37.50 that their landlord, Dahlman Apartments, took out of their security deposit for cleaning carpeting and furniture in their apartment after th...…

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…Page 4 --The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, July 19, 1983 NASA chiefforsees U.S. space station WASHINGsOr(A)-NAS'sc Beggs said. 'The space station is the WASHNGTN (A) -NASAs cief next logical step for long-duration predicted yesterdsy that President work. Reagan soon will give the go-ahead for "WITHOUT A station, I can envision an American manned space station, a much different world several years saying, "If the United States does not from now," h...…

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… The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, July 19,1983-- Page 5 Carter says Reagan didn't have books TOKYO (AP) - Former President Jimmy Carter said yesterday he accep- ts President Reagan's word that he did not personally have Carter's confiden- tial debate briefing books during the 1980 presidential campaign. Carter also said he believes Reagan now sees the issue as "a very serious matter." But Carter said he didn't think the furor over how Reagan's ...…

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…OPINION Page 6 The Michigan Daily Tuesday, July 19, 1983 " i The Michigan Daily Vol. XCiII, No. 24-S 93 Years of Editorial Freedom Managed and Edited by students of The University of Michigan Editorials represent a majority opinion of the Daily Editorial Board 'Nanny city': hope for women Of cold beer and car bombs SUMMER IN AMERICA. It's a time for out- door barbecues and baseball games, for sipping cold beer and listening to the Beac...…

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…The Michigan Daily- Tuesday, July 19, 1983- Page 7 Rothman means business By BARBARA MISLE The heavy doors to the MLB auditorium shut at 10:10 a.m. and the 39-year-old professor, -dressed in a tweed blazer and faded jeans, walks briskly toward the chalkboard. Putting his pipe in his coat pocket. he arranges his notes on the table and waits. When the class quiets down, his pier- cing blue eyes focus, his hands point to the rows of students and...…

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…Page8 -The Michigan Daily- Tuesday, July 19, 1983 -67- __ YEAR OF LIVING I I " 8., I iuf "YE AR OF LIVING DANGEROUSLY" 'Pink Floyd The Wall' "LOVE SYNDROME" & "AUNT PEG'S FULFILLMENT" XXX "Harold and Maude" If yoa find your nae in tedy's MICHIGAN DAILY classifiled page YOU WIN TWO FREE TICKETS to ay ne of STATE 1-2-3-4 MIDNIGHT MOVIES 4 } - I I I % '. '} I } I i * I e 1. I . I 1 .I [ 1 1 . I I ' 1 . I1 { E [1 { { r[t [ ( l u l l i ...…

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…' '?N ;AN ANNOUNCING OU FALL LISTING FC SEPTEMBER. 19 FOR THE BEST APARTMENTS AND HOUSES IN TOWN " Rooms eEfficiencies " Apartments 1-6 Bedrooms " Whole Houses, 2-6 Bedrooms NEED SOMETHING NOW? CHECK OUT OUR CURRENT LISTING T Come inotoday! McKINLEY PROPERTIE Campus Division 611 CHURCH CAMPUS AR 769-8520 EXT. 241 HOURS: M-F9-60SAT. 10-2 CO-OPERATIVE Student Housing available in non-profit group households. Estimated $ month, includes room, foo...…

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…ARTS Tuesday, July 19, 1983 4 Page 10 The Michigan Daily Armatrading finds 'key' to good performance By Bill Hanson IT PROBABLY WON'T make Bob Talbert's column, but Joan Ar- matrading's concert last Friday night at the Royal Oak Music Theater had to be one of the best concerts in the area this summer. From the moment the house lights were dimmed for the en- trance of Ms. Armatrading and band, to the final song of the two-hour show, the a...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, July 19, 1983 - Page 11 Wolverines in the minors Steve Ontiveros Albany, NY 'AA' Oakland pitcher 15 games 86 IP 22 walks 55 so 6-3 4.39 ERA Steve Perry Rich Stoll Albuquerque, NM West Palm Beach, Fla. 'AAA' 'A' Los Angeles Montreal pitcher pitcher 10 games 4 games 50'/3IP 271P 63 hits 7 walks 33 walks 19 hits 30so 15 so 3-472E 7.51 ERA 2.33 ERA El Paso, Tex. 'AA' Milwaukee OF' 79 games 296 ab 69 runs 95 hits 7...…

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…SPORTS 4 The Michigan Daily Page 12 Tuesdc Tarpley, Chance roll over Moe's ay, July 19, 1983 By PAUL HELGREN The way Roy Tarpley, Alan Hardy, and company are playing, the cry of the Sandy Sander's summer basketball league should be, "Break up the Chan- ce." The Chance barely worked up a sweat in downing Moe's Sport Shop, 76-47 in first round playoff action in the San- der's league at Pioneer High last night. And in the sweltering Pionee...…

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…Page 2- The Michigan Daily-Tuesday, July 19, 1983 Highlights 4 The artists Page 3 Bargain days A look at the people behind the Summer Arts Local merchants suit up for the crowds. Festival. The art fair Page 3 Where's my car? An oervew o th sumer' gal evnt.Parking and transportation at the fair. Page 7 City streets Page 10 Bus routes, street names, and other helpful infor- mation. Page 7 Disgusted The true, the proud, the art fair haters. ...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, July 19, 1983 - Page3 Welcome to the air Daily Photo by ELIZABETH SCOTT Every July, almost 500,000 people come to the art fair where artists from across the nation display their creations. Merchants join the artists with sidewalk sales. This combination provides something for almost everyone. By Georgea Kovanis to 500,000 people into Ann Arbor and brings however. Items sold at the art fair are generally Itsfour-da...…

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…Page 4 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, July 19, 1983 I Levitations lift area magician to rising success By Jackie Young "How about levitating someone off the Bell Tower?" magician and five-year art fair veteran Franz Harary says. "Or how about Tower Plaza or Maynard House. Just name it, whatever you would like to see done, I can do it." It is easy to believe the small, blond- haired Harary as he stares deeply into your eyes and speaks in a h...…

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… Art fakr '82 The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, July 19, 1983 - Page 5 Photos by Doug McMahon and Elizabeth Scott ark Braun) entertains a crowd on S. University. A young fair goer getting his face painted by a make-up artist. Waiting in line.. . Music in the streets. A member of the reggae group I-tal reflects on the Art Fair. …

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…Page 6 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, July 19, 1983 Restaurants ready to serve hungry art fans 4 E By Dan Grantham For patrons of the arts, Ann Arbor's annual art fair means pottery, pain- tings and silkscreens. But for area restaurants. the fair means an increase in business, profits and hard work to feed the masses of hungry customers. According to Karla Olson, manager of Cottage Inn, 512 E. Williams, fair represents "our busiest four day...…

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…The iich igan Daily = Tuesday, July 19, 1483 -Page 7 Merchants tempt By Cheryl Baacke Sure the art fair is fun, but what's the use of wandering the streets for four days looking at original paintings and sculptures when the price of a hand- dipped candle could buy you meals for a week? No one should go home empty-handed from the extravaganza, however, and most local merchants are prepared to offer big bargains on everything from summer shoes...…

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…Page 8 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, July 19, 1983 0 Quilters continue Grandma's craft By Barbara Misle Before electric blankets were inven- ted, families survived Michigan's cold winter nights by snuggling up with soft cotton quilts,4 hand-stitched by Gran- dma's skilled fingers. Today, Grandma's quilts have been replaced by modern conveniences like heated waterbeds and electric blankets. But the age-old craft has not died - it's just ch...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, July 19, 1983-- Page 9 Artfair survivors find ways to beat the heat By Beth Allen State Street is packed with people just like it always is during the art fair, but one woman in the immense crowd stands out. All eyes are glued to her floppy fuschia hat, dirty canvas sneakers, billowing tent dress and water cooler big enough to quench a football team's thirst. The smell of sunscreen lingers on long after she has le...…

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…Page 10- The Michigan Daily -Tuesday, July 19, 1983 hi Jackson it "f+ Catherine W J- T c0 University - Ann - SArtists & One Way Streets. Craftsmen SM£ Guild -o Summer "Arts Festival 0._ LL . U- I ,_. Food Huron Washington I~tnOBohLibertyK __ 7 Foi a) p<,L-- < Shuttle I ( William j Bus stop g U! 7 o a n For C HQ Jefferson I I Universit; I Artists & 'I F; AdCraftsr. r 'Summer Guild Su mrArts Festiva *UUEESMadison Hill * 11 i i c; r I '1 ...…

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…The Michigan Daily -- Tuesday, July 19, 1983 - Page 11 July2Q 21,22,23 Shuttle Bus Hours of Operation: Wednesday-Friday, 9 am.-10 p.m. Saturday, 9 a.m.-7 p.m. Shuttle Bus Fare-60¢. Call 996-0400-For all city bus route information. I-*-One Way 4 One Way -" + i + ~One Way-. H.- r Art F Jackson I-i W NL N. University The Geddes Univeisity Washteinaw of Council Michigan For the Arts 1Performing Arts 0 M Gracefu 0 ~ In formation Information Cen...…

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…t, - Thp Michiann Doi Iv - Tuesd 4 11/7 LI- .[ * I I I THE BIGGEST ALBUM SALE OF THE SUMMER THE DOORS BIGS IS PR -THESE SPECIAL SELECTIONS4 EACH STEVIE NICKSTHE B-523 TE INCLUATDF IRALB M S LE CROSBY STILLS, NASH &YTi osAouNG/oc~obt LEATER ND ACE RT AIRALBU SA E Dejavu *ALL "C" CODE ALBUMS 41 PRTNESREG. 8.98 LIST ALBUMS........569 GEREBNO; RE.6.8LITABUS.A.. 69ALU MCCRCOD ALtCDEABM GEAORESON 50% QFF UG. OF9ALIS LBAMSD KODK....ET.. PRETNDOSR...…

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…--A6 w ..r v a y 4-016Rr 16 i vv ELV~I USTILLU liTE IGGEST ALBUM SALE OFITE S UMMER and the ATTRACTIONS 2OoGs! 20P! THOUSANDS OF CBS NICE PRICE SALBUMS ARE ON SALE NOW!! YOUR CHOICE 3 EACH KENNYocm ART FAIR ALBUM SALE j NIGHTWATCH " ALL "A" CODE ALBUMS including:RG 598lsalus36 Down In The Boondocks/Door o Dity 369 Angelique/Easy Driver " ALL "B" CODE ALBUMS REG. 6.98 LIST ALBUMS .................. 459 " ALL "C" CODE ALBUMS REG. 8.98 LIST ALBU...…

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…Page 14 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, July 19, 1983 A Art fair haters hide from crowds By Barbara Misle When the art fair comes to Ann Ar- bor, Ralph locks his doors. Burying his face in a newspaper, safely barricaded, behind the TV set in his living room, Ralph won't set foot outside until the caravan of artists leave town. Ralph isn't an ogre. He likes kids, movies, and apple pie, but for four days every July, Ralph joins a cult - The A...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, July 19, 1983 - Page 15 Potters form tradition in clay By Jackie Young Porcelain plates, stoneware pots and potters, working diligently at their wheels, have been a part of the art fair since it began in the 1950s. The Ann Arbor Potters Guild, which has a booth this year on the corner of South and East University streets, dates back 30 years when Harvey Lit- tleton landed the group in a building buried in a Mayna...…

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…Page 16 -The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, July 19, 1983 Art Fair Happenings w MICHIGAN UNION Summer Arts Festival WEDNESDAY-JULY 20 5:50 p.m. - Footloose.(bluegrass) 7:30 p.m. - Ann Doyle & Friends (original songs) THURSDAY-JULY 21 4 p.m. - II-V-I Orchestra with Kenny "Pancho" Hagwood 5:50 p.m. - Afro-Musicology Ensemble 7:30 p.m. - The Rick Hollander Band (from NY) FRIDAY-JULY 22 4 p.m. - Tantra (jazz) 5:50 p.m. - Les Bloom/Bruce Dondero Sexte...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, July 19,1983 - Page 17 Musicians make artistic sounds By Mare Hodges Artists will be displaying their crafts at the art fair, but so will rock, folk, and jazz musicians who will be providing spectators with some of the best music in town at two concert spots. Twelve bands will take to the stage-or porch - of Pizza Bob's Midtown Cate, 618 Church, courtesy of Rick's American Cafe. Rick's has scheduled three bands p...…

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…Page 18- The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, July 19,;1983 4 The art fair brings together activists and concerned citizens, giving them an arena near the West Engineering Arch for discussing political issues. Seven- Daily Photo by ELIZABETH SCOTT ty-five non-profit organizations, like Planned Parenthood, have booths displaying pamphlets and bumper stickers. Fair political groups offer diverse ideas By Jackie Young The area around the West Engin...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, July 19 1983 - Page 19 Art fair scoops up cool relief (Continued from Page 9) fers more than 31 creatively-named flavors of ice cream. During the fair Baskin Robbins is selling Chilly Burgers, its version of the ice cream sandwich in front of the store " Jason's on 215 S. State, is an ice cream lover's delight. Featuring Haagen Dazs and Miller's ice cream, this parlor also offers a bit of the exotic such as clioc...…

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