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August 15, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 13) • Page Image 1

…Summer Weekly Edition Ninety-six years of editorialfreedom >l. XCVI - No. 13-S U'erases avorite pot for raffitti By NAOMI WAX mpus graffitti artists will have one, )s place to paint thia fgill. he Water Tower behind the Plant erations building on Hoover Street, usty black structure that had sup- ted a water tank, was taken down s week by a University-hired con- ctor. HE ROUND tank at the top of the er had been a popular graffitti spot fratern...…

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…I Page 2 - The Michigan Daily- Friday, August 15, 1986 - Little pi made o By KERY MURAKAMI Daily news analysis The University Council has made virtually no progress on its version of the code of nonacademic conduct this summer, making it more likely that the administration will implement its much-opposed draft of the code this fall. Student leaders have opposed the administration's proposed code, saying it violates civil rights. They have al...…

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…- The Michigan Daily - Friday, August15, 1986- Page 3 Pursell and.Baker prepare to do battle By PETER MOONEY primary total was down by two U.S. Rep. Carl Pursell (R- thousand votes." The upcoming campaign seems literature rather than using the elec- crucial part of Baker's primary vie- Plymouth) seems relatively confident He also attributed much of the likely to hinge on whether Baker can tronic media. tory. In the November election, of winnin...…

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…Page 4 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, Augxt415, 1986 'U unlikelyto test studentst for drug use , By RICHARD KANG life, opposes the Duke plan. "One of University officials doubt that the reasons an athlete gets a scholar- mandatory drug testing for all studen- ship is because of physical well- ts will ever be considered on this being," she said. "The reason a campus. student gets a scholarship is At Duke University, however, ad- academics. Thos...…

August 15, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 13) • Page Image 5

…ursell aid declares andidacy for regent spot By PHILIP LEVY with the University qualified her for from the state - an issue raised most ynthia Hudgins, Ann Arbor the post. "One gets a sense of the kind recently this summer when the ict coordinator for Congressman of things the University does," she governor asked state universities to 1 Pursell (R-Plymouth), announ- said. She did not specify how she has limit their in-state tuition increases. ...…

August 15, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 13) • Page Image 6

…OPINION Friday, August 15, 1986 Page 6 The Michigan Di .. .'_.. Vol. XCVI, No. 13-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. Scholarly choice Repeal 22 amendment CURRENTLY A bill is un- 4er consideration in Congress to remove the mandatory retirement age of 70 for university faculty. If pa...…

August 15, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 13) • Page Image 7

…PERSPECTIVES Friday, August 15, 1986 The Michigan Daily Page 7 Culturalfreedom By Manning Marable condemned a story about a boy who cooked at home as a negative sex role IA RON ? The New Right and many religious reversal, and termed a simple picture fundamentalists distinguish them- of "Jack and Jill" dancing as a selves from an earlier generation of possible depiction of "Satanic rites." American conservatives by their Frost also refused t...…

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…ARTS Friday, August 15, 1986 Page 8 The Michigan Daily D.I.A. exhibits Cunningham By Elizabeth Block T HE PHOTOGRAPHY of Imogen Cunningham: A Centennial Selection runs through September 7th at the Detroit Institute of Arts. The exhibit showcases 100 rare photographs that, unlike previous exhibits, displays primarily vintage prints. These works represent the finest of Cunningham's oeuvre, span- ning the years 1901 until her death in 1976. A...…

August 15, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 13) • Page Image 9

…The Michigan Daily - Friday, August 15, 1986 - Page 9 Enter the Asylum (Continued from Page 8) s Com y todomisPutane achfor dealing with the people with the somebody has to do is put on each cord company- the major-hut record or come see each band live on- -we could stay closer to home and still ce and realize there's not really any deal with the people we've dealt with similarities." for years. Indeed, Minneapolis seems to be receiving an e...…

August 15, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 13) • Page Image 10

…Page 10- The Michigan Daily- Friday, August 15, 1986. Featherweight champ By Kurt Serbus 3 MEN AND A CRADLE is one of those movies that you just hate to say anything bad about. This featherweight French comedy about a trio of swinging bachelors who get stuck with a very unwanted baby is darn cute; it's full of fascinating, lyrically-composed shots and wonder- fully understated performances. Thematically, it reaffirms things that should'be re...…

August 15, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 13) • Page Image 11

…Workers dissatisfied with new contract - The Michigan Daily - Friday, August 15, 1986 - Page 11 (ContinuedfromPage5) chairman Art Anderson. Workers light of a tight university budget. hospital worker Joan Lewis. "If declined to comment on the proposed called them "ineffective" and ac- "If we thought we could have anything it will benefit the union contract. James Thiry, university cused them of "selling out" to reached a better settlement, we...…

August 15, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 13) • Page Image 12

…SPORT _ Friday, August 15, 1986 The Michigan Daily Page 12 Training camps no fun for 'lM'athletes By DAVE ARETIA training camp, she has expected her It may be camp, but it ain't no pic athletes to run 53 to 55 miles a week mc. during July and August. And those Training camp for Michigan fall miles aren't all flat either. sports teams begin next week, much "WE'VE BEEN doing some hill to the displeasure of the athletes. workouts," said runner ...…

August 15, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 13) • Page Image 13

…Niety-i ganrs oet el Ninety-six years of editorial freedom Special Issue Copyright 1986 TheMichigan. Daily Ann Arbor, Michigan - Summer, 1986 Twenty Pages SPECIAL ORIENTATION ISSUE A Michigan cheerleader tries to get a rise out of a huge Michigan Stadium crowd last fall. ffers more than academia Daily covers campus life available in every dorm mailbox, as By KERY MURAKAMI well as dropped off in stacks all over Welcome to the University ...…

August 15, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 13) • Page Image 14

…UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Page 2 - The Michigan Daily - Summer, 1986 -- m HURON ST E. WASHINGTON ST --- E.ELIBERTY ST 2 2 EWILLIAM ST. JEFFERSON MADISON Sr--- - HN""J I i"ii HILL ST EAsT NOOVER AVENUE M W F Q f vi E. ANN ST L LENTYOU ARE HERE r -r OO NORTH UNIVER SITY c The MhgnDiy(SN74-7X)spbis dFrdydrg ORENAI ¢ SU~TAF Edto n hef.................JRR AR O SOUTH UNIVERSITY utaNfma CTILE U ryn S sv Weiht atcersMih igpan a iIsN 74-9674, Iis u...…

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…The Michigan Daily, Summer, 1986- Page3 False ID puts alcohol distributors on guard Daily Photo by ANDI SCHREIBER Joyce Jones and Kay Cummings eat a free dinner provided by Ann Arbor's Hunger Coalition in the basement of St. Mary's Church on E. William St. Both are part of the city's large homeless population. Students last year donated volunteer time and supplies to the city's two homeless shelters. Freshman cations to LSA rise- 7percent By...…

August 15, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 13) • Page Image 16

…Page 4 - The Michigan Daily - Summer, 1986 LSA junior plays the hits on WHYT By DOUGLAS WOLFE Thesmooth, confident voice coming over the local radio ariwaves in the early morning may be heard in a University Biology class the same af- Profile ternoon. The voice, familiar to listeners of Detroit's WHYT, belongs 'to LSA junior Angie Kraus: the "Rocking Angel." At age 20,' Kraus has already achieved what many broadcasters spend decades dreaming ...…

August 15, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 13) • Page Image 17

…'Ufalls short of minority goals Though ten years have passed since the University first made a commit- ment to 10 percent black enrollment, that figure still has not been achieved. Minority recruitment and retention concerns both student and ad- ministrative leaders, though how to attain the goal remains a matter of contention. A report this year by the Michigan Student Assembly recommended a decentralized minority retention program, while ass...…

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…Page 6 - The Michigan Daily - Summer, 1986 Yearbook wili be sold at CRISP By ROB EARLE Students registering for fall classes will be able to order their 1987 year- books by checking a box on their Student Verification Forms at CRISP. The 1987 Michigan Ensian will ap- pear on the SVFs for the first time ever this year in an effort to boost yearbook sales and call attention to the Ensian. Students who wish to order a year- book simply sign the ...…

August 15, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 13) • Page Image 19

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…Page 8 - The Michigan Daily - Summer, 1986 Coping with ripe old age of 20 Chuck Swellguy turned 20 last week. This process occasionally begins before "birthdays." cheeks with his palms. "I was just going Naturally I felt bad, since Chuck is an old age 20, and it produces what we call "Young They mask the ceremony by throwing about, minding my own business, when - friend of mine, but what could I do? Republicans." (Sure that's a cheap shot, par...…

August 15, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 13) • Page Image 21

… Get to know uS... We're a bookstore and a whole lot more. ~~K BN ooKS 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. We have a complete line of products in all of our departments with friendly knowledgeabl...…

August 15, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 13) • Page Image 22

…COOKtES Welcomes you to U-M I ~BUY 1 COOKIE, GET 1 COOKIE FREE! ~ I B Y O1 O K "Voted the best cookies in Ann Arbor" P.S. Stop by and take some home! COUPON MUST BE - 715 N. University PRESENTED WITH PURCHASE 761 -CHIP OPPER VALID THROUGH '* 7AUGUST31, 1986 -uu - --- _- U. TANDY CORPORATION / RADIO SHACK Is Pleased to Announce an Agreement With THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Extending to Faculty, Staff and Students a 20,% DISCOUNT On Any Tandy ...…

August 15, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 13) • Page Image 23

…C. U Cs a community health newsletter Vol. 4, No. 3 Summer 1986 Treatiig Mentl Illess: Catherine McAuley Health Center Looks to the Future W by was this happening to Robert? A handsome 27-year- old with a wife and daughter Robert was having trouble coping with the stress in his job. The tougher his work life became, the more difficult it was for him to go home. Even though they'd been married only two years, Robert and his wife argued more ...…

August 15, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 13) • Page Image 24

…'t="'"s a ,«- .+"xT ^ aft-- . 'r'.:+v-gig : ^t rc': L k'.!?c uo' I . ~ w ., w _._.-"..V _ _ ..,s,,. ,.. ,. ec .u := u, .. :.;'., r: iti. ., sti.... ,,;:' a w.w.' . _-... W. Mental Illness: continued into the Partial Hospitalization Pro- gram for three weeks. His treatment in Partial Hospitalization included five visits per week for the first two weeks and then three times a week for the last week. After those treatment sessions, Robert was ab...…

August 15, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 13) • Page Image 25

…Family Focused Care Gives Babies a Better Beginning It's been said that children are the keys to par- adise. If that's true then St. Joseph Mercy Hospital has unlocked more doors to paradise than any other hos- pital in Washtenaw County Nearly 60 per- cent of all babies born in Washtenaw County were deliv- ered at St. Joe's. That's 3,500 babies last year and the number will grow to nearly 4,000 this . year. According to Pat Rutowski, director...…

August 15, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 13) • Page Image 26

…Seniors' Health Focus Growing Old Gaeul Grow old along with me! The best is yet to be, The last of life for which the first was made. -Robert Browuning A lthough aging is a lifelong process that starts the moment we are born, most of us generally view it as something that begins when we are in our 60s or 70s. We don't hear or see as well as we used to. Our joints may be a little stiffer in the morning. Our hair becomes gray. We retire. We bec...…

August 15, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 13) • Page Image 27

…CahF _, Hel Gierb II II i No Postage Necessary if Mailed in the United States Business Reply Mail First Class Permit No. 1200 Ann Arbor, MI Postage Will Be Paid by Addressee Catherine McAuley Health Center Community Relations Department P.O. Box 992 Ann Arbor, Michigan 48106 …

August 15, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 13) • Page Image 28

…The health information in Capsules is meant to complement the guidance and treatment of your physician, not to replace it. You should discuss any questions about your family's health with your doctor. Free for the Asig For more information about No postage is needed. Q Tel Med (health information by telephone) Q Making a gift to community health Q Seniors Health Education Name Health Center programs, please check the boxes below and drop thi...…

August 15, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 13) • Page Image 29

… and friends is another key to growing old grace- fully. The comfort another person can give goes a long way toward fighting off feelings of loss and frustration. It's especially helpful to seek support from fellow seniors who may be experiencing the very same things. When a friend isn't available to offer that sup- port, seniors can link up with other seniors through the peer counselors program sponsored by Catherine McAuley Health Center. Ac...…

August 15, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 13) • Page Image 30

… AI He HealthC out the please C Community Calendar re are some programs being offered by Catherine McAuley Center (CMHC) and St. Joseph Mercy Hospital (SJMH) through- Summer and early fall. For more information on these events, all the Office of Health Promotion at 572-3675. ;ti' e r.. 19 21 22-24 25 26-30 27 Breast-feeding Class Glaucoma Screening Health Promotion Van Glaucoma Screening Health Promotion Van Health Promotion Van Breast-f...…

August 15, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 13) • Page Image 31

…77,. Getting to The Heart of The Matter H aving a heart attack is a trau- matic experience for the vic- tim just as heart surgery is a traumatic experience for the patient. Those events are traumatic for more than just the patients, however. And until recently, while these patients were being cared for, someone else was being forgotten: the spouses and children. The Health Center's Cardiac Re- habilitation Program has changed all that. This ...…

August 15, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 13) • Page Image 32

…rr R low o O "a9 s Wat's Up Doc? Here are some facts from our doctor's corner about mental health that may surprise you. * Schizophrenia accounts for 20 percent of all social security dis- ability days spent in the hospital, second only to cardiovascular dis- ease (27 percent). .Many great and influential people throughout history suffered from some type of mental disorder. For example, statesmen Abraham Lin- coln and Winston Churchill, com-...…

August 15, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 13) • Page Image 33

…Heteos a nmultiple choice quiz yeo UShould you buy a Macintoh Plus perosol coomputer? Or our neswlyeohanced Macintolh 512K personal computer? ~l~~iLThe answer, of course, depettds. (1 11ajn IT it ha one hull megahyte of RA.128K ~ a.inoemnal disk drive. Tanslated, that mean Macintosh Plus can plot a calculuso function or footnote a term paper in as m u ch the time it took you to mead thio h Especially noun that wdse added a numeric kespud and f...…

August 15, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 13) • Page Image 34

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August 15, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 13) • Page Image 35

…The Michigan Daily, Summer, 1986 - Page 13 Housing gets tough on student drinking Though drinking is bound to remain an integral part of campus life, the University is tightening up on alcohol use here. Dorm "progressives," which once featured exotic mixed drinks, are now gone, as housing and securtiy person- nel have stopped turning a blind eye to alcohol in the hallways. They are now much stricter about, "keeping it in your room." University...…

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…Page 14 - The Michigan Daily - Summer, 1986 w w co W Fuller Pool, one of the area's largest outdoor pools, is a popular "hang-out" for students to sunbathe and socialize. A The Greek Jello Jump, sponsored by Pi Beta Phi sorority, is one of the more dramatic events during Greek Week. Every year, the Greeks organize a seven day festival to raise money for national and local charities. Last fall, Motley Crue performed at Crisler Arena. Conce...…

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…er, 1986 - Page 15 Over 1200 women marched in this year's Take Back the Night rally, an annual event which allows women to walk thestreets without fear of rape. Controversy surrounds the march because it has traditionally excluded men. Student Life z Z z 0 South African poet Dennis Bruttus speaks to student protesters at a Board of Regents meeting last April. The studet demanded that the University give Nelson Mandela an honorary deg ee, but...…

August 15, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 13) • Page Image 38

…Page 16 - The Michigan Daily - Summer, 1986 Students oppose behavior rules When a political science class surveyed University studen- legal system and the constitutional restraints protecting ts last term on what issued they'd be willing to protest, the accused's rights. traditional controversies like weapons research received Such conflicting stances have stirred strong emotions. only moderate responses. Frustrated by student opposition which...…

August 15, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 13) • Page Image 39

…ARTS Summer, 1986 The Michigan Daily Page. 17 Entertainment: Seeking it out departmental head, in the fall of 1985 replacing Walter Essylinck. It would be an understatement to say that Brown was taking on a dif- ficult task; since then, he has directed the department in what seems to be a mass regrouping - a getting back to square one. He first established Project Theatre, a forum designed to bring professional actors and technicians to An...…

August 15, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 13) • Page Image 40

…Page 18 - The Michigan Daily - Summer, 1986 Research stressed over edueation Is education dead? New students may think so, especially after being exposed to the University's emphasis on research. Each year, the University budgets nearly a billion dollars for research. With a faculty famous for research competence, this figure will continue to grow as University scientists strive for knowledge, prestige, and money. The ultimate cost may be the...…

August 15, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 13) • Page Image 41

…Nothing (Continued fromPagei) First, there are the partiers, who by the end of the game rarely know if Michigan won. Then there are the zombies, who utilize game time by sampling the latest herbs from Columbia. Thousands of alumni attend, and their noise level rivals that of the Graduate Library. Others watch the stands instead of the field to see who came and who they can socialize with. With all these pseudo-fans, one gets the impression nob...…

August 15, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 13) • Page Image 42

… Good News for Michigan Students! Announcing Michigan Union Bookstore's Hassle Free Early Book Purchase Plan* I *Early Book Purchase Plan * Pre-order textbooks - No Deposit Required - see form below " Phone orders accepted - call now (313) 995- 8449 - ask for early purchase desk " no waiting on long lines " Textbooks (used preferred) will be reserved for you for pick-up by 9/4/86 " Parents or student checks, MC/Visa accepted. Michigan Uni...…

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