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The Michigan Daily - Monday, September 23, 2002 - 7A

Quacking along

AP PHOTO
More than 5,000 rubber ducks float along the river Main in Frankfurt, Germany, yesterday during
the first duck race, a charity event within the "Race for the Cure."
'West Wz , Friends' t/e major
wzzners o 54thEmmy Awards

EMMYS "Inc
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league, Andy Richter.
Conan's brilliant performance,
including a brief opening sketch with
the Osbournes, saved the show from
shooting, itself in the foot. The pre-
senters, including the' less than Jethro
thrilling pairing of "Malcolm in the speech
Middle's" Frankie Muniz and Robert ming th
Wuhl of "Arli$$," were dull as usual. ence (i
A tribute to television inventor Philo posse"
T. Farnsworth and a speech by for- phants"
mer New York City mayor Rudy eraman
Guiliani also bogged down what infecti
began as an energetic show. funny a
The majority of the awards given night sh
were predictable, including several Betw
victories for "Everyone Loves Ray- the los
mond," HBO's "Band of Brothers" (includi
and Albert Finney for "The Gather- Oprah
ing Storm." One of the few surprises ral Bob
was Michael Chiklis' outstanding and Stin
lead actor award for FX's rookie The b
show, "The Shield." evening
Still, Conan promised changes and victorie
he delivered. Threatening to play Janney
MLB ROI
Continued from Page 1A Continu
Some teachers took the initiative to get it ou
relocate their classes. Steel
Prof. Mohssen Essey successfully campaig
rounded up eight of his 11 a.m. Arabic Rocky
201 students and was teaching by 11:25. mary ba
"We have a test on Monday and we Michiga
can't afford to miss class," Essesy said. that it w
"The goal is to have the building com- name on
pletely operational by Monday;" Brown Steel
said. not affe
LSA Director of Facilities Robert icantly.
Johnston said he expects "that normally "No n
scheduled classes will resume in all see An(
areas of MLB (today)." Rocky,"
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about ten minutes I'm going to turn
hese TVs on to the Sopranos."
- Conan O'Brien
Emmy host

HILL
Continued from Page IA
As well as early planning, the
affected offices have been able to
reschedule many events to alternate
venues.
The Ann Arbor Folk Festival has
been moved to the Michigan The-
atre, Bob Dylan will play at Crisler
Arena and the Vienna Philharmonic
will perform at the Detroit Opera
House.
All of them have traditionally
performed at Hill Auditorium.
But many of the alternate venues
present problems that were not
encountered at Hill Auditorium. The
audience at places like the Detroit
Opera House will be generally farther
away from the stage and pay increased
ticket prices to account for the smaller
size of these other venues.
While the University's program
offices are making efforts to reduce
the severity of these inconvenienc-
es, a show scheduled in Detroit will
be more difficult to attend. Mafy
students, however, are willing to
overlook these hindrances.
"Most of them, I wouldn't have
gone to anyway," LSA junior Jenny
Boan said.
"But if it was someone I really
liked, it wouldn't make a differ-
ence," he added.
"As long as they still have the
opportunity for students to see
shows, then it's okay," LSA Senior
Nick Katsoulis said.
In spite of all the scheduling and
financial restraints, there is no
question that the $38.6 million ren-
ovation is necessary.
"We've been looking forward to
this for better than 10 years,"
Gilmartin said.
Jeff Kuras, director of University
Productions, said improvements to
the building will include isle lights,
sprinklers, smoke detectors, eleva-
tors for handicapped patrons, sound
and light locks - sets of doors
which dampen sound and light from
the entrance way, a new lower
lobby, technology to dampen the
noise of the ventilation system,
vastly increased bathroom capacity,
new seating and a restoration of the
auditorium's original paint job.
"Right now, it's very austere. The
color will be sort of rich and satu-
rated," Kuras said.
The improvements will be worth
the wait, said Gilmartin. "This is a
necessary evil."
tion matters for voters.
He said winning the Supreme
Court appeal would -have secured a
small percentage of additional votes
for Raczkowski in the November
election, but because Raczkowski is
so far behind in the election polls,
the Court order will not impact the
final result.
"Not enough people know who
Raczkowski is or that his nickname is
Rocky," Ballenger said.
Raczkowski appealed to the
Supreme Court after two lower courts,
the Michigan Circuit Court and Michi-
gan Court of Appeals, both denied his
request..

Kelley: Settlementfund
from tobacco companies
should go to MEAP

MEAP
Continued from Page1A
tobacco companies.
"I know these groups are shocked
and outraged that Frank is now turn-
ing his back on Michigan children
who are smoking and citizens who
are sick and dying from tobacco,"
Kneuppel said.
"If you become a Lansing insider,
you tend to forget what's in the best
interest of the people."
If the proposal passes, millions of
dollars would go to organizations
that can spend the money however
they want, Kelley said.
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"There's no obligation for them to
disclose any of their expenditures.
They know that. This is a fraud, a
misrepresentation. They can take
this $300 million and they can
spend it on doorknobs, and there's
nothing you can do about it," he
added.
The proposal would constitution-
ally mandate how the settlement is
spent, which Kelley said should be
the state legislature's job.
"This is the worst assault on con-
stitutional and representative gov-
ernment in the history of the state,"
he said. "As far as I'm concerned,
it's a robbery."
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Tull music if the acceptance
es went too long, diagram-
he types of people in the audi-
including "Jerry Orbach's
and "parasites and syco-
) or having fun with the cam-
n, Conan's amusement was
ous. His monologue was as
s any he has done on his late-
how.
een the standard tributes to
t TV stars of the past year
ng a tribute to Milton Berle),
Winfrey received the inaugu-
Hope Humanitarian Award
ng became an Emmy winner.
biggest overall winner of the
was "The West Wing," with
es for John Spencer, Allison
and Stockard Channing, and
CKY
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t as soon as possible.
e said Raczkowski and his
gn staff accepted the fact that
would not appear on the pri-
allots, but they appealed to the
an Supreme Court in the hope
ould allow him to use the nick-
the final ballot in November.
e said the Court's denial will
ct the election results signif-
matter where he goes, (voters)
drew Raczkowski as well as
he said.

outstanding drama. Its fellow NBC
show, "Friends," took home a pair of
awards as well.
The night's major winners:
Outstanding Drama Series: "The
West Wing"
Outstanding Comedy Series:
"Friends"
Outstanding Lead Actor in a
Comedy: Ray Romano, "Everyone
Loves Raymond"
Outstanding Lead Actress in a
Comedy: Jennifer Aniston,
"Friends"
Outstanding Lead Actor in a
Drama: Michael Chiklis, "The
Shield"
Outstanding Lead Actress in a
Drama: Allison Janney, "The West
Wing"
"I think the voters will recognize
Rocky because they have seen it for
months now."
Yard signs, which Raczkowski has
not yet begun to hand out, will include
his legal name along with Rocky,
Steele said.
Chuck Wilbur, the campaign manag-
er for Raczkowski's opponent, incum-
bent U.S. Senator Carl Levin
(D-Detroit), said despite the fact that
Rocky will not be printed on ballots,
"voters of the state will be able to look
over both candidates and choose who's
best for them."
Bill Ballenger, editor of Inside
Michigan Politics, said name recogni-

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