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The Michigan Daily - Thursday, February 17, 2000 - 7A

Dow Jones Industrial Average, NASDAQ and S&P 500
Composite for WeekFeb. 10 -Feb. 16
DJIA NASDAQ S&P 500
Close Change Close Change Close Change
2/10 10,643.63 -55.53 4,485.63 +122.39 1,416.83 +5.13
2/11 10,425.21 -218.42 4,395.45 -90.18 1,387.12 -29.71
2/14 10,519.84 +94.63 4,418.55 +23.10 1,389.94 +2.82
2/15 10,718.09 +198.25 4,420.25 +1.70 1,402.05 +13.11
2/16 10,561.41 -156.68 4,427.65 +6.88 1,387.67 -14.38
HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE WEEK: Last Thursday, the NASDAQ composite recorded its fourth record close
in five trading sessions as investors turned to the technology sector for investing in such volatile markets.
Many financial analysts believe the NASDAQ companies will continue to have strong corporate earnings
even if the Federal Reserve decides to raise interest rates, for the fifth time this year, at their March meeting.
The blue-chip stocks, which are represented in the DJIA, will have a harder time maintaing attractive growth
in their companies because they are more credit-sensitive. This philosophy accounted or the Dow's 538
point loss last week and seems to be starting again more inflationary news was released. There was stronger
than expected data concerning housing starts in January, coupled with crude oil futures above $30 for the
first time since Persian Gulf War in Janurary 1991, which had investors rattled in yesterday's session.
WHAT IS THE Dow JONES INDUSTRIAL AVERAGE? The DJIA represents 30 stocks traded on the
New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) and NASDAQ maket. These stocks are all major factors in their
respective industries and are widely held by individuals and institutional investors. Many financial
advisers think of it as a good indicator in telling whether the overall "market" is doing well or poorly.
WHAT IS THE NASDAQ COMPOSITE? The NASDAQ is the fastest growing stock market in the
U.S. due to it being a screen-based stock market, compared to a trading floor market like the NYSE. It
also has almost all of the technological stocks available for trading, which have proven to be a very
volatile, but profitable, industry the last couple of years.
WHAT IS THE S&P 500? The S&P 500 is a marketvalue weighted index composed of 400 indus-
trial stocks, 20 transportation, 40 financial, and 40 utility. It is a far broader measure than the DJIA
because it takes into account 500 different stocks traded on the two main exchanges (NYSE and
NASDAQ-AMEX) compared to the DJIA's 30 stocks it reports.
- Compiled by Daily Staff Reporter Kevin Afagnuson from wire reports.

MICHIGAMUA
Continued from Page IA
under Michigamua control, but Delgado
said the organization would be open to
allowing a monitoring process to insure
the carrying out of the agreement.
Michigamua would agree to continue
to carry out the process of removing all
Native American cultural materials,
including the removal of the "Great
Scalper Yost" plaque, the "Happy Hunt-
ing Grounds" plaque and a glass
encasement containing tomahawk pins,
which Delgado said were the only
Native American references existing on
the premises when the Students of Color
Coalition took over the space Feb. 6.
SCC spokesman Joe Reilly said
Michigamua's proposal for the destiny
of their tower office does not comply
with SCC's demands.
"We want this place to be gutted out

and redefined but not under Michiga-
mua's terms. We don't want their orga-
nization to dictate what goes on in that
space any longer. They've done that
for 70 years, and that has resulted in a
lot of destruction to the University
community."
This proposal "showcases more
about why they shouldn't be making
that decision," Reilly said.
Michigamua members would agree
to stay off the premises until an advi-
sory committee, which would make a
recommendation to the University on
the long-term assignment of the space,
convenes.
Delgado said Michigamua believes
it should keep the space, but the orga-
nization is willing to hear the sugges-
tions of the advisory body.
Reilly said he would be willing to
meet with the administration and
would not force Michigamua members

to leave but wouldn't welcome them
either. "We've been ready to talk to the
administration for I I days."
"To us, Michigamua is not a valid
party in this. For I1 years, they have
misused the truth in their favor. We're
not willing to be lied to anymore."
Delgado said Michigamua believes
the resolution to issues at hand should
involve members of the Native Ameri-
can community who are "the most
hurt," rather than strictly the occupants
in the tower.
The proposal asks for the immediate
vacation of Michigamua's room by the
SCC upon signing the agreement.
Michigamua members said, "It is
Michigamua's position that it has a
valid property interest in the tower"
but that the group will continue to
serve the University and "thrive on its
core values" if the fate of the tower
space does not include Michigamua.

HENTHORN
Continued from Page 1A
Henthorn was an agent.
Henthorn denied that the connection
to a sports agency related sponsorship
has anything to do with Crawford, and
does not in any way show that he wants
to get involved with an agency for bas-
ketball players. "It no longer falls under
our corporate umbrella," Henthom told
the Post-Intellengencer.
The new developments involving the
relationship between Henthorn and
Crawford rose red flags for Michigan,
which reopened its investigation.
The NCAA already suspended
Crawford for six games for violating an

amateurism bylaw that entailed the
freshman guard accepting preferential
benefits during his high school years.
Among the new details the NCAA
and Michigan are looking into include
Henthorn's admittance to asking his
former administrative assistant Darci-
enne LeRoue to co-sign loans to buy
Crawford a 1985 Blazer and gold jew-
elry. Henthorn also created a scholar-
ship foundaion the Academic
Assistance Fund, and listed Crawford as
a beneficiary, and drafted an contractur-
al agreement asking Crawford to make
appearances for the foundation.
The agreement, accessed by the Post-
Intellegencer, appears to be unsigned.
Neither Henthorn nor Crawford

would comment as to whether a signed
agreement was reached.
Michigan coach Brian Ellerbe said
he cannot comment on investigation
specifics, deflecting those questions to
University counsel Marvin Krislov, who
could not be reached for comment.
Ellerbe couldn't recall meeting Hen-
thorn, but did spring up some light as to
team's recruiting of Crawford.
"You have to go out and recruit not
just (the player), but the 20 to 25 people
who influence their decisions."

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NOTE: Applicants must also call 734-
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