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Monitor Archive for September 22, 1987
Progress on INF casts spotlight on high-tech conventional arms
Seeing room for compromise, Sudanese urge quest to end civil war. Solving religious differences seen as first step in ending 4-year conflict
NBC big Emmy winner with 16 awards, CBS gets 11
Ex-star Jack Kramer serves up opinions on state of US tennis
Minorities boost their College Board scores. Results hold steady for US aptitude-test takers as a group in last 10 years
N. Ireland: real talks needed
Every dog has his day at the `dogwash'. Customers pamper their pets at Jaxon's Dogramat
Gorbachev's need for high-tech trade
Judge Bork in the hot seat
Egyptians eager to try Africa's first subway. French-built Metro expected to relieve Cairo's infamous traffic jams
Saving black rhinos
The Smithsonian reaches out: potlatch to piracy?
Laborers in the vineyard
Why superpowers are pulling out stops on Gulf war. As the Gulf war enters its eighth year, the superpowers are pressing for a cease-fire. Neither wa...
Other `pollution busters'
At Ironbridge, Britain became workshop for the world. Museums chart historic beginnings of iron, china, and tile works
The Americanization of George. A jarring cultural journey from Lebanon to New Jersey
Business falls, troubled waters rise for St. Lawrence Seaway
Preserving Kenya's wildlife from poachers - and too many people
Excerpts from Reagan address
Centennial festival honors teacher/musician Nadia Boulanger
Growing concern about privacy on the job. Electronics makes it easier for the boss to `watch' workers
Reagan sees world shift toward his own views. Hails `yearnings of the human heart,' but warns Iran on Gulf war
Hold on to your home fuel dollars by plugging their escape routes
`Tour of Duty' - weekly Vietnam drama. Despite seriousness of purpose, premi`ere is riddled with clich'es
Can Gorbachev's economic reforms take hold in Eastern Europe?
Players' contract rights stymie pro sports. Unions want more freedom for members to choose where they play
Strumming in the New Age. Funk and finesse from a revelatory guitarist
South Korea's uphill struggle to democracy. S. Korean elections are nearing, but uncertainty prevails. No one is sure how four key actors - the mili...
Guggenheim offers fresh look at emerging artists of the last decade
The river avenger. Ray Proffitt tells polluters, `Go ahead, make my day'
Equal job opportunities code promoted for N. Ireland's Catholics. British envoy tours US in bid for jobs in American firms at home