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May 09, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 0) • Page Image 1

…Non-Profit Org. U.S. POSTAGE lbe Sir i grn 13aitg PAID C h ixAnn Arbor, MI PERMIT NO. 13 Ninety-six years of editorial freedom Vol. XCVI - No. S1 C*pyright 1986 TheMichigan Da6ily Ann Arbor, Michigan - Friday, May 9, 1986 Sixteen Pages Bill would miuin- vTA Enghsh By MARY CHRIS JAKLEVIC stadt sa Under a bill introduced by a the Un state senator yesterday, Michigan provide public universities would be by "und required to test foreign-bor...…

May 09, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 0) • Page Image 2

…Page 2- Tb. Michigan Daily - Friday, May 9, 1986 Economics limit black enrollment By REBECCA BLUMENSTEIN Although last fall's minority student population of 12 percent was the highest ever enrolled at the University, crucial social and economic factors are preventing similar accomplishments in the admission of black students. Minority student leaders and University administrators say they have made black enrollment a top priority. Leaders of ...…

May 09, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 0) • Page Image 3

…The Michigan Daily --Friday, May 9, 1986 - Page 3 Mandela honored in special ceremony By PHILIP I. LEVY The University's commen- cement ceremony ended last week and Nelson Mandela did not receive an official honorary degree, but supporters of the jailed South African activist vowed to continue the battle in the fall. Preceding the commencement ceremony last Saturday, they gave Mandela an honorary degree of their own in a ceremony on the Diag...…

May 09, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 0) • Page Image 4

…Pane 4-The ichinan Daily:- Friday. May 9' 19%A 4 4 4 Student takes time out to contemplate the meaning of graduation day. Daily Ph THE GRADUATES hoto by ANDI SCHREIBER a By ELLEN FIEDELHOLTZ Despite threats of tight security and possible frisking, champagne bottles and flying corks were in abundance at last Saturday's commencement exercises at Michigan stadium. In fact, security was quite lenient. University administrators had promised ...…

May 09, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 0) • Page Image 5

…The Michigan Daily - FridayMay 9, 1986- Page 5 feel like I'm going to a fun football game but this time in a hefty bag." Jennifer Graham, a theater major, wore a multi-colored wig of streamers under her cap. "I'm going to New York to become an actress or starve in the gutter. By the way, the hair is natural," she said. OTHER creative students ador- ned their caps and gowns in an at- tempt to distinguish themselves from the other 6,100 members...…

May 09, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 0) • Page Image 6

…OPINION Friday, May 9, 1986 Page 6 The Michigan Doily 4 W3iE fIhIE Uf BUIU Vol. XCVI, No. 00-S 96 Years of Editorial Freedom Unsigned editorials represent the majority views of the Daily's Editorial Board Cartoons and signed editorials do not necessarily reflect the Daily's opinion. Continue the spirit LETTERS: Tenure decision attacked On May 3, Nelson Mandela, leader of the African National Congress (ANC), was honored at an alternative c...…

May 09, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 0) • Page Image 7

…The Michigan Doily - Friday, May 9, 1986 - Page 7 'U' stifles student voice By Kery Murakami A report in the mid-1960s on the role of students in University decision-making said, "College is not a preparation for life. It's life itself." This above all else, reflec- ts the importance of students having influence on the policies of the institution. Not token, rubber- stamping power, but the actual ability to make decisions. A university is li...…

May 09, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 0) • Page Image 8

…ARTS Friday, May 9, 1986 Page 8 Tabwa 'New Moon' shines at Museum The Michigan Daily By Celia Hooper T HE RISING of a New Moon: A Century of Tabwa Art is cap- tivating; rewarding to both the mind and the eye. The exhibit is one of the two biggest efforts of the year for the University of Michigan Museum of Art. The show includes over 100 art objects, mostly wood carvings created between 1850 and 1930 by the Tabwa people of southeastern Zair...…

May 09, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 0) • Page Image 9

…The Michigan Daily - Friday, May 9, 1986- Page 9 Festival continues classic tradition By Rebecca Chung and Sean Oslin The Ann Arbor May Festival opened last Wednesday night, April 30th, at Hill Auditorium and ran through Saturday, May 3rd. The Pittsburgh Symphony was the orchestra-in-residence, joined by Ann Arbor's own Festival Chorus on the opening night, and other in- ternationally recognized guest ar- tists each evening. Wednesday's openi...…

May 09, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 0) • Page Image 10

…Page 10 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, May 9, 1986 Records- ---- (Continuedfrom Page) two is, on the whole, not as engrossing as side one, with the exception of "Fell" and the hilariously George Thorogood- esque instrumental "Route 67." None of the tracks are poorly craf- ted, though. Rather, they have fallen victim to Easter's per- sistent problem of lyric in- decisiveness. His lyrics are often made up of lovely, but disjoint fragments, rat...…

May 09, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 0) • Page Image 11

…The Michigan Daily - Friday, May 9a 1986- Page 11 Michigan Theater ineroe rsoration By MARTIN FRANK The plan to raise money is come from ticket sales. The foun- w as updating modern facilities mation packet, Butterfield was The Michigan Theater closed its unique: donors will be able to dation expects summer fund- such as the restrooms and con- responsible for modernizing the doors for the summer last Sunday choose where to place their gifts. r...…

May 09, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 0) • Page Image 12

…Page 12- The Michigan Daily - Friday May 9, 1986 Women march against sexual assault 4 By MELISSA BIRKS The anti-rape movement on campus often concentrates on tangible solutions like the creation of a rape crisis center. Recently, though, more than a thousand women claimed the streets of Ann Arbor after dark to provide emotional support for women faced with the threat of rape. With chants and clenched fists, women for the seventh year asser- ...…

May 09, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 0) • Page Image 13

…Studtents Iavoid ohassles of f4ll winter (Continued from Page 1) Myeong Jhon, a University statistics professor, said, "It's not too difficult to cover all the material in spring, and usually spritg students are more eager to learn." But Karen Zasky; an LSA junior who has taken spririb courses before, said, "The courses don't cover everything they could, but with a shorter term, it's to be ex- pected." ON THE OTHER hand, Zasky also said that...…

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…Page 14 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, May 9, 1986 Bill1 would require test for foreign TAs (continuedfrom Page 1), of people who were A students in Administrators also said the bill high school who can't pass som e would not address what many con- of these elementary courses in sider the root of the problem - the college." Conroy is presently con- cultural differences between ducting a survey of the perfor- foreign faculty and University un- ...…

May 09, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 0) • Page Image 15

…SPORTS Friday, May 9, 1986 Page 15 The Michigan Daily Batsmen a win away from East title By SCOTT G. MILLER plays," said Michigan baseball word foreign to the Wolverines. "The injuries force me into a title. The Wolverines are 11 coach Bud Middaugh. "I am not a This week the squad won six of make-shift lineup for weekday one-run ball games. "that "I think any coach wants to win strong believer that you gain eight contests, raising its recor...…

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…Page 16 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, May 9, 1986 Forget1 men's ten can blosso Last we ference ri by some doubles sl from thef Netters having a doubly good time By JERRY MUTH arrangement than they were earlier in the season the swinging singles scene, the Michigan when the singles seemed to provide the margin of nis team is proving that new partnerships victory. )m beautifully in the spring. Despite Michigan's dominance in doubles, Eisner e...…

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