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And 2001 - T-

Th~ Mir.hi0.qn fl~iiIv - Anril 9001 -

M~VAKER
164 itinued from Page 1
3tJHolzhausen said the student body and athletic
"'. evatment were committed to Amaker but chal-
a'-engd the new coach to make a commitment to
"I've been impressed with him since he rolled
into town, and I think he's saying everything we
ieed'to hear right now," Holzhausen said. "It's nice
*see this much excitement for a season seven
months away. I think the crowd is into it and every-
one believes in him, but the proof is in the pudding.
-Let's see what happens when the rubber hits the
road."
.":SUMMERS e
-Continued from Page 1 rc
passed over by Harvard's presidential search com- ti
-mincee last month in favor of Summers. Summers' c
yisit to Ann Arbor was planned long before he and
Ollmnger surfaced as candidates for the position . d
_Bollinger was conscious of the relevancy of nr
Summer's comments to the University's policy on nr
corporate sponsorship. e,
"I think it's clearly right that providing economic
opportunities for people is part of freedom,"said it
B3olh nger following the speech. "I also think (Sum- c,
"mers) is right that it's a moral burden one takes onl h
in trying to reduce those opportunities."
"There is a very great moral burden on us,"e
,Illinger continued, "to do our best to ensure that ar
~eare not compliant in violations in human ec
rights." Bollinger and Summers were both con-
tenders for the Harvard presidency. Ii
Summers, who earned his doctorate in eceo- g4
n~mics at Harvard, also discussed some of the in
- issuies important to economists studying the new sc
[lw VV "

Amaker reiterated to the students what he dis-
cussed upon accepting the job: his five principles of
passion, honesty, preparation, fun and "being Michi-
gan.
While answering a student's question, Amaker
explained that he prefers the name "Maize Rage" to
anything that plays off his own name, such as the
l"Tommy's Troops" shirts worn yesterday by some
Maize Ragers.
"Our name is Michigan,' Amaker said.
I While there was a generally positive buzz from
both Amaker and the students, the players under-
stand that it takes more than a pep-rally to generate
excitement and energy at the games.
"Coach can't just come in here and expect the
economy.
Specifically, Summers noted the increasing
role of information and research in the produc- Coni
ion of goods and the resulting change in patterns sche
Af consumption. days
"The new economy is an economy where pro- as pr
duction is characterized by high fixed costs and low Al
marginal costs of increased allocation, said Sum- Und
rers, citing computer software and vaccines as Sun(
xamples. acco
Summers noted that the change gives greater B
importance to policymakers' support of public edu- vice:
-ation, as evidenced by the widening gap between appr
igh school and college graduates' career success. "
The speech, which stressed the interrelation of were
,conomic and political issues, maintained an over- whet
rching tone of optimism for the possibilities of In
conomic globalization. Lib r
"If globalization proceeds in the right way, the hour
yves of people can be transformed in a single "V
Generation," said Summers. "Not just in chang- ing 1
ng material standards of living, but in changing right

fans to just respect us and give a lot of enthusiasm
when we're not out there producing," junior center
Chris Young said. "So we have to produce in order
to get the fans to be loud. I definitely think they're
not loud enough, but that's more on us than it is on
them - we've got to give them something to be
loud about."
But both Young and teammate Bernard Robinson
Jr. said they felt good about last night's festivities
and Amaker's interaction with the fans.
Amaker is "a laid-back type of guy," said Robin-
son, a freshman forward. "He's willing to make you
laugh, and he's not really stiff. So I think he showed
the fans who he really is. I felt it was good. I think
Tommy put his impression on everybody."
ONSTRUCTION
tinued from Page 1
dules that we can't always stop things for several
s, Brown said. "But we want to be as considerate
iossi bIe."
so in the spirit of the studying season, the Shapiro
er-graduate Library will be open 24 hours a day
day through Thursday until the end of finals to
mmodate late night studying.
renda Johnson, associate director for public ser-
!s at the University libraries, said students seem to
eciate and make use of the extra hours.
It was very heavily used in December..There
eusually at least 100 students between 5 and S a. m.
n we'd usually be closed," Johnson said.
raddition, a donor group called Friends of the
ary sponsors coffee and juice during the extra
s to help students stay awake and alert.
Ve know students are tired and they've been work-
hard. ... Sometimes they're staying there and going
t on to the final and we thought a cup of coffee
it help wake them up," Johnson said.

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