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2A - The Michigan Daily - Monday, October 11, 1999


Despite comeback,


Continued from Page IA

the Spartans
Epstein's on
been necessa

Brady took over again. After starting the drive with a pass Michigan
and a handoff to junior tailback Anthony Thomas, Brady found ways
completed eight of his next eight passes - capped by a suddenly se
19-yarder to Terrell for a touchdown. They sur
On his three drives, Brady completed 24 of his 30 pass- yard Michig
es, including a stretch in which he completed 14 in a row est. And th
It wasn't enough. Michigan's defense came back on the Spartans qua
Field with a chance at redemption after allowing Spartans broke tackle
split end Plaxico Burress to walk all over them all day. Michigan's h
But Burress's soft hands had two more big catches in in the gamei
them. His crucial 15-yard catch on third and nine allowed "They bea
ConferenceC gaers

to run out the clock. His recovery of Hayden
side kick with 2:47 remaining wouldn't have
ary had it not been for Moss.
's defenders, which all year had inexplicably
to shut offenses down when they needed to,
emed to be wearing roller skates.
rendered 66 yards on a drive in which each
an State gained was like compounding inter-
en, on first and 10 from Michigan's 14,
arterback Bill Burke handed off to Moss, who
es left and right on his way to breaking
heart. The drive went 76 yards in 1:55 at point
in which field position and time were crucial.
at us up front - that's where the game was

falls short
won' "Carr said.
Despite comparisons some made this week to
Michigan's defensive until of 1997, that unit didn't give up
a fourth-quarter touchdown until it held a 34-0 lead over
then-No.2 Penn State - it's ninth game of the season.
Moss' score was the third this year's group of "Suspects"
allowed. It was enough to make Saturday's game likely to
be the closest the Wolverines will get to the one national
championship trophy that has always eluded them.
The coaches' poll trophy was the one of the four nation-
al championship trophies that Nebraska won in 1997. It
was on display on the sidelines of Saturday's loss.
Fitting, because that's the same place the Wolverines
will be to watch the figurative national title chase play out.

Nuclear test ban vote may be delayed
WASHINGTON -- The White House dispatched Cabinet members yestcr-
day to press the Senate to put off voting on a nuclear test ban treaty headed for
rejection, saying a defeat would endanger nonproliferation efforts.
One Republican opponent, Sen. Jon Kyl of Arizona, voicing widespread
GOP concerns about verification, said he welcomed a chance "to go back t
the drawing board." He predicted certain defeat of the Comprehensive Test Ban
Treaty if the expceted vote tomorrow goes forward.
Three Cabinet members and the president's top military officer, pleading the
administration's case on talk shows yesterday, said rejecting the treaty would
prevent the United States from taking the lead in halting the global spread of
nuclear weapons.
"We are in a situation right now where we're about to send a signal to the rest
of the world that we are not as serious about controlling the spread of nuclear
weapons as we should be," Defense Secretary William Cohen said on NBC's
"Meet the Press"
Secretary of State Madeleine Albright said on ABC's "This Week" that
the United States needs "a tool that will prevent the other countries fror
testing. We believe that we have a reliable stockpile" of nuclear weapons


Continued from Page 1A
should be very concerned in promoting
justice,' Rivers said.
Congress has debated several pieces of
legislation dealing with the peace
process. Rivers said some U.S. lawmak-
ers are taking too active a role in Israel's
The Foreign Operations Bill, which
would designate nearly two-thirds of S3
billion in U.S. aid to Egypt and Israel for
military assistance rather than economic
support, passed in the House of
Representatives, but President Clinton
has vowed to veto those numbers, Rivers
Rep. Anthony Weiner (D-N.Y.) has
proposed a resolution to recognize
Jerusalem as the official capital of Israel,

and Rep. Jim Saxton (R-N.J.) has spon-
sored a resolution to move the U.S.
embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.
"I am very uncomfortable with the
role that some members of Congress
want to play," Rivers said.
"Both sides agree that they want the
United States to be an honest broker of
peace," she said. "Congress itself takes
positions when we are supposed to be
honest brokers of peace."
LSA senior Will Youmans, president
of the Arab-American Anti-
Discrimination Committee said he hopes
to work with the Democratic party to
sponsor a similar discussion on campus
in the future.
"For too long one viewpoint has dom-
inated the discussion," Youmans said.
"The Israeli viewpoint dominates in the

Deputy Counsel General of Israel, David Rote, speaks at the Michigan Union


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6 Texas students girlfriend home and
campus when he fell
killed near highway off the road, Patterson
The driver, 18-yea
COLLEGE STATION, Texas - Six student Brandon Ka
college students getting out of their cars injured and apparen
or walking along a highway on their way drinking, police said
to a fraternity party were killed early yes-
terday by a pickup truck whose driver Clinton sig
who had fallen asleep, police said.
The accident happened just after mid- transportati
night about two miles west of the Texas
A&M University main campus, said WASHINGTON
police Maj. Mike Patterson. Clinton signed a $
The victims - four students from portation bill into
Baylor University, one from Texas A&M wide-ranging measu
and one from Southwest Texas State -- and infrastructure]
were among a group of people who were and the Coast Guar
going to a party at the Tau Kappa Epsilon The bill, for the
house along a four-lane highway. Some began Oct. 1, inclu
had just parked on the road shoulder and for highways, a 10
the pickup sideswiped two parked cars from last year, and
and struck a third. mass transit progran
Witnesses said parties at the fraternity "We believe thes
often draw large crowds of people who will allow us to ma
must park on the shoulder of the high- improvements in i
way, which has a 65-mph speed limit. mass transit that -are
The man driving the pickup, also a House spokespers
Texas A&M student, had just taken his said.
Saxony earlier this
Social Democrats ists' fears of an e
lose in German vote drubbing in Berlin,<
16 states, soared
BERLIN - German Chancellor attacks on Schroed
Gerhard Schroeder's Social Democrats his former finance
suffered their sixth straight setback in Lafontaine, and rum
state elections yesterday since taking Minister Rudolf Sch
power a year ago, but they proclaimed tions to replace him
themselves relieved that the Berlin vote
was not as humiliating asearlier referen- Peacemaker
dums on the government's modest
reforms. In E. Timor
Since Schroeder defeated conserva-
tive Helmut Kohl with a vow to unite DILI. East Timor
Germans in "a new middle," his attempts peacekeepers clash
to drag a tax -- strangled and over - gent of armedt
regulated economy into the age of global exchanging fire in a
competition have been thwarted by polit- dies the border bet%
ical infighting and a nationwide case of and Indonesian-c
cold feet. Timor.
The Social Democrats and the A senior Australian
environmentalist Greens with whom two militia member
they share power at the federal level wounded. But an In
lost badly to Kohl's Christian official accused peace
Democratic Union - and in some an Indonesian po
cases even to the former Communists exchange and woundi
of eastern Germany - in Hesse,
Bremen,.Thuringia, Brandenburg and - Compiled jiom L

was returning to
asleep and veered
ar-old Texas A&M
allmeyer, was not
ntly had not been
ns $500,
ion bill
- President
$50 billion trans-
law Saturday, ;
.re funding transit
projects, Amtrak,
fiscal year tha0
odes $26.7 billion
percent increase
d $5.8 billion for
se funding levels
ke the substantial
nfrastructure and
necessary," Whifte
on Jake Siewert
year. Party loyal
ven more brutal
one of Germany's
after vitriolic
er's character by
minister, Oska*
nors that Defense
arping had ambi-
rs accused
- International
ed with a contin-.
men yesterday,@
a town that strad-
.ween East Timor
ontrolled West
army officer said
s may have been
donesian securjty
ekeepers of killing
liceman in the
ing two others.
Daily wire reports

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