The Oakland Sail 1986-09-08

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Oakland Sail, Inc.


Fountain to curtail lake stench ; Tuition hike counters enrollment increases; registration doses early ; Staff and students support sanctions against S. Africa ; 400 spaces created by small car designation ; OU requests funds for new married housing ; Professors to receive awards at ceremony ; New lights; 911 service to make campus safer ; EDITORIAL: State should divest from companies doing business in S. Africa ; Letters to the Editor: Screaming cheerleaders detract from educational ideals at OU ; Student upset at departmental inefficiency and uncooperative staff ; Fulbright award applications due ; New SAB allocation method to make funds more accessible ; Student leaders becoming more politically liberal ; library sponsors orientation programs ; FEATURES: College prestige on the rise; say some OU officials ; AHC boasts good turnout at events ; Fraternity members volunteer time to MDA telethon ; Report from AAUP reveals colleges hiring more part-time; non tenured profs ; Students across country tested for drug usage ; NSE gives students experience of lifetime ; Reagan gets low grade from House committee ; Fewer seniors going to gradschool ; SPORTS: VanderMey takes top US positions in Moscow ; Coach Hurdle gains many recruits; Volleyball team hopes for success ; Tournament bid seen as difficult for soccer team ; Cross Country team's hopes look brighter this year ; OU fencers to host tournament later this month ; Sports Column ; A kick in the grass ; Sports to have new feature ; Player-of-the- Week: Mark VanderMey ; College males may be excused from draft temporarily ; Part-time student enrollment rising



Tuition rates, South Africa, Parking, Married housing complex, Beer Lake, Bear Lake, Safety, Enrollment, National Student Exchange