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July 24, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 28) • Page Image 1

…A rt Fair 184 ^Inside:Aguidetothe summer's main event rtb torzu ILIUdIQ Ninety -four years of editorial/freedom Tuesday, July 24, 1984 Fifteen Cents Sixteen Pages Williams forfeits crown over nude photos CAROL L. FRANCAVILLA/Daily The Graceful Arch on East University was almost vacant yesterday, but it will soon be overtaken by swarms of people visiting Ann Arbor's 25th annual art fair. Preparations for art fair hit fever pitch By ANDREW...…

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…Reagan, Bush begin intense campaign From United Press International President Reagan, countering a popularity slip since the Democratic convention, yesterday began a blitz that includes a news conference, a three-state campaign trip and some barnstorming by Vice President George Bush. The Democrats' newly installed team, after a week of uncontested at- tention during the party's convention in San Francisco, mostly stayed out of the limelight. ...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, July 24, 1984 - Page 3 MADD recruits volunteers at fair By PAUL JACKSON New among the merchants, artists, and public ser- vice groups at this year's Ann Arbor Street Art Fair will be representatives of Mothers Against Drunk Drivers, an organization which assists victims of drunk drivers and seeks stricter enforcement of laws against driving under the influence of alcohol. What concerns the group most, according t...…

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…Page 4 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, July 24, 1984 Presidents, legislators draw hefty pensions N BRIEF Compiled from Associated Press and United Press international reports WASHINGTON (AP) - Retired members of Congress are drawing an average pension of $35,386 a year, and 138 former senators and represen- tatives collect more now than they ear- ned as lawmakers, the National Tax- payers Union said yesterday. The congressional figure was ne...…

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…The MichiganDaily -Tuesday, July 24, 194- Page 5 'Russian' hockey player is from U.S. BRAINERD, Minn. (AP) - A 21- year-old woman, whose ruse of being a teen-age Soviet hockey player in need of help convinced people to take her into their home, was urged yesterday by authorities to return to the Boston area for psychiatric care. Police said no charges would be filed against Wendy Devin, who they described as "obsessed with hockey." While bein...…

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…q OPINION Page 6 Vol. XCIV, No. 28-S 94 Years of Editorial Freedom Managed and Edited by Students at The University of Michigan Editorials represent a majority opinion of the Daily Editorial Board End the quotas N THE PAST few weeks, the Reagan administration has made it clear that it is willing to cut a deal with the UAW and the nation's automakers. Restrain yourselves in the current contract negotiations, the ad- ministration has whispere...…

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…Danily.- Tueday u .ly 2d 10 Fe7 Refinery blast kills four in Illinois ROMEOVILLE, Ill. (AP) - An ex- plosion rocked a Union Oil Co. refinery last night, killing four people and in- juring 16 others as it knocked out power, shattered windows for miles and ignited a fire that raged out of control, authorities said. The 6 p.m. blast at the sprawling refinery that straddles Romeoville and Lemont knocked out a 138,000-volt tran- smission tower an...…

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…Pnn 8 - The Michinnn Dnilv - Tu 24 1484 bd co U) TIE 1fltdlgant Bati gives you the World in News! call 764-0558 TO SUBSCRIBE Let us introduce ourselves. - T We're Ulrich's Bookstore, the bookstore that you will get to know and love. Located in the heart of central campus at 549 East University (corner of East University and South University. Ulrich's has been serving the community since 1934 and has grown with the ever- increasing needs. ...…

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…41 Page /July 24, 184 Art rof By LILY ENG A BOUT 20 years ago, Art Prof. Eugene Pijanowski wanted to be a laundryman. Today, he is the proud supervisor of Metal Six, a student group participating in the Artists and Craf- tsmen Guild Summer Arts Festival. "When I was in graduate school, I was thinking of getting into the laundry business because it looked like a good opportunity," explained Pijanowski, who tells about his past ambitions with a...…

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…July 24, 1984/Pqge 3 EVENT TO BEGIN ITS 25TH YEAR Welcome to the art fair DOUG McMAHON./Doily The art fair crowds may be hard to handle, and the parking may be impossible, but that's no reason to stay home July 25-28. E VERY JULY, Ann Arbor is to William on State Street and Association, is locate transformed into a festival that at- along Main Street from William to Guild's artists on State tracts over 500,000 people from all Huron; as alo...…

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…Page 4 / July 24, 1984 Interes By JOSEPH KRAUS W HILE THE ART fair conjures up images of exotic sculptures and brightly colored paintings, there is more to the affair than art. Many organizations with political, environ- mental and educational interests seize the opportunity to reach the diverse groups of people that the art fair brings together. But don't worry, there won't be people running around trying to pull you aside and propagandize yo...…

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…July 24, 1984/ Page 5 People watching at the fair is a great diversion By MARLA GOLD "You aren't really going to print that, are you?" THE ART FAIR, filled with every Isa, a Russian literature student, said kind of eye-catching attraction, people watching "helps to define your from paintings to clothing, has a unique own type of behavior." side show which veteran fair-goers say Another woman said she watches is the best anywhere. women to see ...…

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…al Page 6 / July 24, 1984 Merchants prepare for fair sales By TIM HOUSTON IT LOOKS LIKE things will be business as usual for those involved in this year's art fair, And if you are a local merchant, that means business will be unusually good. According to Dick Brunvand, coor- dinator of the Ann Arbor Street Art Fair, the fair has always been a major source of revenue for Ann Arbor businesses. Despite the fact that most local merchants deal in...…

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…NOT FAVORED BY ALL RESIDENTS: July 24, 1984/Page 7 Art fair crowds can inspire hate By KAREN TENSA T o SOME PEOPLE, the Ann Arbor Art Fair is the event of the summer-a chance to get together with old friends, a time when Ann Arbor is filled with exciting visitors and artists, and an event that generates money ans positive publicity for the city. But for some Ann Arbor residents, it is the worst four days of the summer. The town becomes fill...…

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…July 2, Page 8/ July 24, 1984 1984 Street & AATA Shi Fair Locations July ittle Bus Routes 25,26,27,28 Shuttle Bus Hours of Operation: Wednesday-Friday, 9 a.m.-10 p.m. Saturday, 9 a.m.-7 p.m. Shuttle Bus Fare--$1 .00 Call 996-0400-For all city bus route information. Jackson L, Jo I IEIL j: w. j University Artists & Craftsmen S Guild 2 Summer Arts Festival 2 m I O0~a Catherine ' Ann 1 One Way Street-.4" I IgI > - 71- ac ii ...…

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…v Page 10 /July 24, 1984 A rt fair fatigue Daily Photo by ELIZABETH SCOTT Two kids relax together on the curb of Maynard Street after a long day at the art fair. Art Fair Happenings EAST UNIVERSITY GRACEFUL ARCH - Ann Arbor Street Art Fair Wednesday - July 25 11a.m. - Ann Arbor Y Dancers noon - Mustard's Retreat (Folk Duo) 1 p.m. - Vortex (Acoustic Jazz) 2 p.m. - Young People's Theatre (Drama) 2:30 p.m. - Eye Mediae Video (Video presentati...…

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…Avoid parking headaches through careful planning By THOMAS HRACH no cheaper parking within miles of the fair. B ECAUSE THE half million people "There is always a problem with cars who come to Ann Arbor during the illegally parked because some people four-day art fair don't get here by are always willing to take a chance on magic, the street closings and traffic being towed," said Mike Scott, can give any visitor enough headaches manager of Ann...…

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…Page 12 /July 24, 1984 Get set for entertainment galore at art By RICK MAGDER ART FAIR regulars know that crising the streets of Ann Arborduring the four-day fair is not a trip through a museum but rather a journey into a world in which macrame can be found next to oil paintings and where jugglers perform beside glass blowers. The diversity of music and street per- formers is part of this atmosphere at the fair. Most forms of music will be pe...…

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…July 24, 1984/ Page 13 Kids' activities chase des air from art fair By DAVID VANKER Between the heat, the crowds, and the boredom, children often have a tough time surviving the Art Fair in good spirits. " But this year, three local organizations will offer relief in the form of activities intended especially for young people. ON THURSDAY from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m., the Washtenaw County Parts and Recreation Commission will give kids of all ages a c...…

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…Rage 14/ July24, -1984 BUT MOST MUSEUM DIRECTORS DON'T KNOW IT Art Fair's reputatior the State Street Art Fair, people from as far away as By ANNE SPONSELLER Israel have been trying to get in, though it is not easy. I T'S THE MIDDLE of July, and around here that means just one thing: The art fair is just around the corner. It's going to shake up the city on its four- day spree before hiberbating for another year. While some people prepare t...…

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…Artist prepares for her 15h art fair By LISA POWERS A NN ARBOR in the summer-time, is definitely laid back. The vast majority of students are gone, and the rest kcik back to enjoy a new-found emptiness on campus that is rather pleasant . .. no more lines. Half-way through this tranquil time, an enormous transition occurs. Sud- denly, the hot, sluggish streets seem to stop in mid-stride, and tranquility vanishes. The roads surrounding cam- pus ...…

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…a ART, FAIR DAYS! GIGANTIC INVENTORY SALE o"oCASSETTES ALBUMS 2ND UP -I FH RDSTEW ART PRINCE AND THE REVOLUTION 01Cmouflage Pue Ran - Muice Finm The Mien ELTON JOHINRO ; PRNE N CASSETTE CAS; T I HUGE SELECTION IJNX OF teP1 TODAY'S HITS ALLOUOFTECLA REG. 8.98 MFG. LIST CASSETTES OR ALBUMS V.AT! _ _ CASSETTE CSET 5 or ALBUM Ul IDDV cAIEl flC AiIit >1,10RA INNER SECRETS JANIS JOPLIN'S GREATEST HITS -inediiia JEFF 11BEIM T11RJANII) BACK indi...…

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…qU S g% a i^ As ARTS Tuesday, July 24, 1984 Page 10 The Michigan Daily Diary of an opera lover By Jeff Frooman SH EY BABY, want to go to the opera with me?" "No of course not, Jeff; don't be, ridiculous." "Hey c'mon. . . it will be good clean fun." "Good and clean isn't fun. Besides, opera is borr-rinnnng. And all that whining and shrieking gives me a head- ache." "Aw c'mon, you'll love it ... It's The Secret Marriage by Domenico Cimaros...…

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…The Michigan Daily -Tuesday. uly 24 1984 -Page 11 'Gatemouth' Brown takes blues and adds swing and country By Joseph Kraus IT HAS BECOME an oft-chanted cry of late that, "The blues aren't dead! Look, this guy's only thirty and he plays like the old-time pros." Heartening as it certainly is that a new generation of bluesmen are coming through (with stars like Robert Cray and Matt Mur- phy), let's not forget that the old-timers are still going ...…

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…g Pa e 12 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, July 24, 1984 'Teas Chain If you find your "BIG name in todos AEC. I1SSFADL MICHIGAN DAILY C A SSIFIDSCHILL Massacre" Classified Page "S--~P~-" --a ~-~~~~ WOYOU WIN "SEX PLAY" TWO FREE TICKETS 420 Maynard St. 764-0557 1 "NUR ES" * STA En o234 BOTH XXX Maude, MIDNIGHT MOVIES GILBERT ROSS - You may consider taking Sulli- COUNTRY HUME near U of M's reaco mountain van tothe State Theatre'sMidnight Movies...…

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…a Page 14 --The Michigan.Daily - Tuesday, July 24, 1984 dB's do it at Joe's (Continued from Page 10) George (Elbowing him): What do we need, a translator in here? This is America - Ann Arbor, Michigan, not the friggin' U.N.! Al: Schorlee! George: Now let's hear it for the Midwest's last great hope, Tetes Noires! (Six women stroll out onto the field. The crowd's cheers dwindle down and fizz out like can- dleflames. Cries of "Get Steinem out o...…

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…The Michgan Daily - Tuesday, uly24, 1984 - aid f15 OLYMPIC ROUNDUP Officials shoot or drug-free Games LOS ANGELES (AP) - The message to Olympic athletes, says the medical director of the Olympic Organizing Committee, should be loud and clear: "Don't come and try to test our system." The system is the most sophisticated in the history of the Games for the testing and detection of drugs,. Dr. Anthony Daly said yesterday. "WHAT WE want is a drug...…

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…4 SPORTS Tuesday, July 24, 1984 The Michigan Daily Page 16 Tigers stymie Cleveland, 4-1 CLEVELAND (AP) - Kirk Gibson and Lance Parrish hit consecutive first- inning home runs and Jack Morris gained his 13th victory as the Detroit Tigers beat the Cleveland Indians 4-1 last night for their fifth straight victory. Morris, 13-6, limited the Indians to five singles in six innings, walking five and striking out five in picking up his first victo...…

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