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Dukakis makes 'Cheers' cameo appearance
From Associated Press reports
BOSTON A last hurrah for Gov.
Michael Dukakis on election day was
The governor, who chose not to seek
re-election, taped a cameo appearance
on the television comedy "Cheers" on
"This election day, I had some time
on my hands, so it was a fun thing to
do," Dukakis said.
During a break in the filming, Dukakis
joked about calling his cousin, actress
Olympia Dukakis, for coaching on his
one line of dialogue: "How are ya?" He
said he did not watch the two televised
debates between the candidates seeking
his position: Republican William Weld,
who won, and Democrat John Silber.
Dukakis lost his first bid for public
Gffice a seat on the Brookline Re
development Authority in 1958 and
his last the presidency of the United
States in 1988.
Illegitimate son gets dad defeated
DOWNEY, Calif. A candidate for
municipal judge lost a race in which his
illegitimate son campaigned against
him, saying a bad father would make a
Leo Villa was defeated by opponent
David Perkins on Tuesday.
The race was something of a family
feud for Villa, a 62-year-old part-time
Richard Villa, the son he bore out of
wedlock 34 years ago, plastered more
than 200 campaign signs that read, "Leo
Villa's son says vote no on Villa,"
around this Los Angeles suburb.
The younger Villa said he was angry
because his father has seen him only
twice and barely acknowledges his ex
istence. "How can someone who lacks such
morals and compassion toward me judge
others?" the computer book salesman
said before the election.
"The voters in Downey seem to agree
with me that morals are an issue when it
comes to judges," Richard Villa said
Leo Villa was sleeping and unavail
able for comment, according to a woman
who would not identify herself
Wednesday. In the past, the elder Villa
has refused to talk about his illegitimate
Voters write in fictional candidates
ANDERSON, Ind. Voters got re
venge, even if it was worthless, in the
voting booth by writing in their own
candidates Bart Simpson, Mickey
Mouse and Mr. Rob U. Blind.
McGruf f, the cartoon police dog who
urges youngsters to take a bite out of
crime in public service announcements,
received one vote for county sheriff.
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the ban until a referendum could deter
mine the opinion of the student body.
RobTyndall, Student Congress Stu
dent Affairs Committee chairman, said
his committee wrote the substitute
resolution because student opinion
would be needed to decide where con
gress should stand on the issue.
Ram Ramachandran, Dist. 6, said he
supported the smoking ban because of
the dangers passive smoke posed to
nonsmokers "This is a case where we
should take a stand for public health."
Daryl Grissom, Dist. 13, said he
supported the first resolution because
he felt the substitute resolution did not
let congress take a stand on the issue.
'To send these issues back to them (the
student body) in the form of a referen
dum is a wimpy thing. Our job is to be
Mark Chilton, Dist. 18, said some
members of congress would work on a
new resolution. ' We're writing a reso-
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cept in separately ventilated areas such
as the Davis Library smoking lounge."
In other business, congress voted to
allocate $355 to start a new program at
the University, the Iroko-UNC African
Development Program. The program
will give students the opportunity to
study abroad in Africa.
One voter wrote in "Mickey Mouse" ;
for "any office." '
Bart Simpson received a write-in vote ; ,
for Madison County Court judge, while ;
"Rob U. Blind" was the choice of one
voter for county assessor.
"None of the above" received a vote;.;
for secretary of state.
"John Doe" won a vote for state;:
A total of 31 names appeared on;L;
write-in ballots, according to election
Town to buy butterfly habitats
PACIFIC GROVE, Calif. This
northern California town is now a
monarchy of sorts.
Voters in "Butterfly Town USA" on
Tuesday approved bonds to purchase , ,
habitats for the thousands of majestic
monarch butterflies that call Pacific
Measure G, a $1.2 million bond issue,
required atwo-thirds vote to pass. Sixty
nine percent of voters favored the
measure, and 31 percent voted against
Developers and property rights
groups opposed the revenue bond issue
to purchase and set aside a 2.7-acre
But lovers of the monarch argued
that protecting privately owned Diveley
Grove would help save the species and
protect the town's love affair with the
orange and black butterfly.
"I just can't imagine Butterfly Town
USA without butterflies," said Ro
Vaccaro, a member of the Friends of the v
The grove of Monterey pine and eu
calyptus trees is one of the few remain
ing wintering grounds in the Western
United States for the monarch.
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RU IF -WHITE GAME
Student tickets are now available for the Blue-White basketball
game. The game will be played in the Smith Center Saturday,
November 10th at 4:30 pm.
HOW TO GET YOUR TICKETS:
Present your picture I.D.. registration card and atNet.c pass at the
Smith Center Box Office between 8:00 am and 5:00 praStudents
may also purchase guest tickets for $7.00 in addition to their compli
mentary student tickets.
BLOCK SEATING AVAILABLE:
Student groups of 50 or more are welcome to send a representative
to the Ticket Office with the group's athletic passes for block
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