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Continued from page 4
"Oh," he smiled and ducked
out.
In fact, in this one article in The
Daily, I will probably capture more
of his attention than I did in six
weeks as an intern. (Hi, Carl. I was
the short one with dark brown,
curly hair who told you she
couldn't be paid enough to go to
law school.)
Despite the adulation around

the office, staff members also
criticize Levin from time to time.
An anonymous staffer (who
actually does have a name but
wants to keep his job) wondered,
probably a bit too loudly, "That
asshole, what's he doing?" while
watching Levin vote against a bill
unexpectedly.
But for the most part, Senator
Carl Levin really is the
"compassionate and thoughtful
lawmaker" that his promotional

materials boast. He actually does
show a "stulbborn independence
that seems innocent of political
balculation" H's not just another
Slimy politicani with some better
than average PR. He's not a Yogi
Bear with a dark side, just a bit of
makeup.
Perhaps more significantly, he
represents another path for
uncertain college graduates. If the
Peace Corps doesn't work out, try
the Senate.

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The Ark
(761-1451)
Friday: RFD Boys/Eddy Adcock Band,
bluegrass. Saturday: Gil Scott-Heron,
the revolution live. Sunday: Allan
Holdsworth, guitarist. Wednesday:
Open Stage, you perform. Thursday:
Tannahill Weavers, acoustic Celts.
Bird of Paradise
(662-8310)
Friday-Saturday: Paul Vorenhagen
Quartet, jazz. Sunday: Paul Finkbinder
and Friends, jazz session night, no cover.
Monday: Bird of Paradise Orchestra,
big band. Tuesday: Paul Keller and
Company, jazz. Wednesday-Thursday:
Ron Brooks Trio, jazz.
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The Blind Pig,
(996-8555)
Friday: Sun Messengers, reggae/funk.
Saturday: Big Dave and the Ultra
Sonics, blues, live recording will take
place. Sunday: Voodoo Love Party with
DJ Jeffre. L. Monday: Gary Betlief's
Bad Attitude Arts Ensemble, blues
jams. Tuesday: Oprah show, Gay
Entertainment Night. Wednesday: The
Hannibals, alternative and college rock.
Thursday: Progressive Dance Night
with DJ Jeffrey L.
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Club Heidelberg
(994-3562)
Saturday: George Bernard and the-
Kingpins, rock and roll.
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City Grill
(994-8484)
Friday-Saturday: Chisel Brothers with
Girl Thornetta, Detroit blues.
Mainstreet Comedy Showcase
(996-9080)
Friday, Saturday: Ron Darrian, circuit
comedian.Tuesday: Open mike night.
Wednesday-Thursday: Best of the.
Midwest, Midwestern and local
performers.
Rick's American Cafe
(996-2747)
Friday-Saturday: First Light, reggae.
Sunday: DJ, playing your requests.
Monday: Wild Kingdom, Ypsi reggae.
Tuesday: The Attic, rock and roll.
Thursday: Trinidad Tripoli Steel Band,
Carribean.
University Club
(763-5750)
Friday: Hip Hop/Eurobeat, with DJ the
Maestro. Saturday: Assembly Required,
Deadheads. Wednesday: Laughtracks
with Stunt Johnson, comedy. Thursday:
House & R'N'B with DJ PMS
Productions.

FRIDAY
Kuru. A tale of cultural differences and
a comic look at fatal diseases. The
Purple Rose Theatre Company, Chelsea.
8pm. 475-7902
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Sweet Charity. A Memorable musical
chock full of Cy Coleman tunes like "Big
Spender" and "If My Friends Could See
Me Now." Presented by the Ann Arbor
Civic Theater at the Lydia Mendelssohn
Theatre. 8:00 pm. $14-$18, discounts
for students and seniors. 662-7282
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Scenes from Modem Drama.
Basement Arts does everyone from
Brecht to Chekov. Arena Theatre
(basement of the Frieze Building). 5 pm.
Free. 998-1769.
SATURDAY
Kuru. The Purple Rose Theatre
Company, Chelsea. 8pm. See Friday
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Sweet Charity. Presented by the Ann
Arbor Civic Theater At the Lydia
Mendelssohn Theater. 2pm, 8pm. See
Thursday
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Scenes From Modem Drama.
Presented by Basement Arts in the
Arena Theatre. 5pm. Free
SU.NDAY
Kuru. The Purple Rose Theatre
Company, Chelsea. 2pm, 8pm. See
Friday
THURSDAY
Duetfor One. A promising young
violinist is diagnosed with MS and must
deal the changes in her life, career, and
marriage with her psychiatrist. 8pm Ann
Arbor Civic Theater. Thursday 2 for 1,
$7, 662-7282
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Kuru. The Purple Rose Theatre
Company, Chelsea. 8pm. See Friday

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Fleeing the Coup (cover story)
Weekend reporter Gil Renberg was in Moscow during the coup and lived to tell
about it. See Page 6.
Levin-as I Knew Him
Michigan Senator Carl Levin, his office and staff are intimaely portrayed by
Lisa Bean, who interned for Levin in his Washington office See Page 4. .
The Same but Different
Whether you attend Michigan or the University of Parma in Italy, the college
experience still has all the same elements. See Page 5.

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Food for Thought
Weekend's newest food column seeks to treat food in a new light - as
something you can make yourself. Gone are the days of restaurant reviews. A
new age is upon us. See Page 9.
Also:
Jonathan Chait
Jesse Wa1ker
The Weekend List
Cover photo by Gil Renberg.

The athletic department has instituted a new seati:
plan designed to increase noise at basketball games.-T
way it is now, the stadium has an eerily quiet, almost
funereal quality. Sure, the place gets noisy on occasior
such as following a flying reverse dunk to cap an 18-0
to defeat Michigan State and win the Big Ten title an(
save the earth from nuclear destruction. But aside fror
those moments, we tend to keep quiet and allow the
players to concentrate.
Personally, I don't have a problem with it. Conside
the advantages. We probably have the only college
stadium where students can bring their books and stuc
during the gamy. And what about tradition? Crisler Ar
- named after beloVed former football coach Jesus
Crisler - has been dead for as long as anybody can rei
lore. And we fans have traditionally beery resistant to a
cheering. This past year, the cheerlead~eriould hold
phrases as "GO!," in an atterpt to geneate enthusias:
kinds of signs, yet we refused'qcheer'iny they he
"NOISE." My sectionrespa il by chrinhg, "NOIS
NOISE!" That wash ieiend -,sigp
Clearly, this demonstrates that e fans will rebel ag
hallowed tradition of quiet.
Not that the new arrangement will accomplish this.
won't have assigned seats anymore. Instead, the stude
of a quarter of the lower dk and half of the upper de
You have to come stand in line two hours early to get g
that standing in long lines in freezing weather will mal
probably sound. After all, CRISP forcds us td stand in]1
environment, and this makes us docile. Sq pig;freezing
opposite effect.
There's just one tiny flaw in this plan, namely the f
TO COME. Of course, the athletic deparnet probaE
bother with these technicalities. As far as they're conce
are the problem. Before there wvere non-cheerinng stud<
Sure, there won't be any cheering students either, but, h
omelette sometimes you have to break a few eggs.
But that doesn't mean you have to throw the baby a
is a way that we can kill two birds with one stone and e
have come up with my own plan to increase stadium n
should do it right.
First, we have to change the location of the games.
padded chairs, breeds passivity. If our goal is noise, we
students will get loud and rowdy. In oth' wo&rds, we h
UGLi.
The beauty of this plan is that it would improve bot
facilities. We would simply move all the books to Crisl
in the UGLi.
Think about it. Our basketball stadium would be ri
come with a set of boisterous students. We'dia.'alib
capacity in the nation and ready-made concessionLdamn
Furthermore, if the games were held on campus, no
Specifically, alumni. The alumni, as a whole, generate
Krispies. Many have been legally dead for several r:
season ticket list.
Not all alumni would be banned, however. My pare
likely to engage in ridiculous cheers than most student
with them any more. My dad has decided that his miss
Indiana coach Bobby Knight. He prints up computerize
as "Welcome Bobby Knutt," and I believe the absolute
he was standing about ten feet away from Knight, and]i
jerk, and Knight looked him right in the eye and sneered. Un
would be given megaphones and armed with spam to h
coaches.
Some may argue that throwing spam at a U.S. citizei
withoujt spam cast the first stone. And they better not b

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F R I D A Y
God's Stepchildren / Murder in
Harlem
The program in Film and Video studies
presents the first in its series of
"Race" films, movies which provide an
African-American twist on the
Hollywood film. Shown with Cab
Calloway's Minnie the Moocher short.
Admission free.
(Oscar Micheaux, 1936 and 1939)
Aud A 7:00
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Weekend Editor-Gil Renberg
Weekend Associate Editor-Jesse Walker
Editorial Assistants-Jonathan Chait, Matt Pulliam
Staff-Lisa Bean, Scott Chupack, Craig Linne, Tony Roque
Food Consultants-Andrew Levy, Dan Poux
Special Sections Coordinator-Beth Halverson
Sales Manager-April Rassa
Assistant Sales Manager-Shannon Burke

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