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MARTI N
Continued from Page 1
think that's the way it works."
But Martin has not totally aban-
doned that approach.
"That's his opinion," Martin said.
"I really don't know what will hap-
pen."
One thing that Martin said he is
sure about is that he wants this long-
running scandal to be put to rest as
soon as possible.
"I show up to work everyday, and
this is always one of my top priori-
ties. Our objective is to get this
through the NCAA as soon as possi-
ble," Martin said. Michigan's next
time to plead its case will be in front
of the NCAA's Committee on
Infractions. Its next regularly sched-
uled meetings are Dec. 13-15 in
Indianapolis and Feb. 14-16 in Coral
Gables, Fla.
An NCAA official said that spe-
ISLAM
Continued from Page 1
tive Islamic movements are visible
for women.
"The greatest challenge to women
in Malaysia today is Hudud laws,"
Mahathir said.
"Under Hudud laws, an unmar-
ried women who is pregnant will
face the death penalty."
Although improvements have
been made for women, Mahathir
said the existence of laws that dis-
criminate against women, general
sexism and unequal opportunities

cial meetings are rare, but would not
comment on the status of the inves-
tigation.
"We don't control the timetable,"
Martin said. "First we had to wait
for the U.S. Attorney's office to get
all the facts, and now we have to
cooperate with the NCAA."
Martin has not established a game
plan for what he plans to tell the
committee members.
"I don't know what I would say to
the NCAA now, and even if I did, I
wouldn't want to speculate about
scenarios in the press," Martin said.
Michigan's current coach, Tommy
Amaker, could not be reached for
comment.
Amaker "understands what is
going on, and he is doing a tremen-
dous job of leading this team and
recruiting despite all of this," Mar-
tin said.
- The Associated Press contributed
to this report.
for women in the workforce are
major challenges.
Through active involvement in
women's issues, Mahathir strives to
affect change for women.
"We are affecting change by
many active women NGOs, educat-
ing women on rights and legal liter-
acy and raising awareness among
young women," Mahathir said.
Describing Mahathir as an influ-
ential activist in Asia, Linda Lim,
professor at the Business School
and associate director of the Inter-
national Institute, said, "She is a
person of many talents."

GORE
Continued from Page 1
for running ads saying Granholm
supports reparations for the descen-
dants of slaves. He said the ads were
meant to incite hostility, adding that
he has seen no other contest in the
country "where the other side has
been more openly attempting to
divide people by race."
"I think it's a shame," he said. "One
of the things I like about Jennifer
Granholm is that she stands for one
Michigan."
Republicans have said that the ad
is justified because Granholm has
flip-flopped on the issue.
Granholm told an NAACP meet-
ing that she supports reparations,
but later said she never meant to
imply she supported monetary pay-
ments.
The rally drew about 20 protesters,
who stood outside the Michigan
State Auditorium chanting, "Go
Home Gore." Among them was Marc
Stemmer, who dressed in a suit and a
Gore mask for the gathering.
"A lot of people here are from
middle-class homes who think she's
too liberal," said Stemmer, a member
of the College Republicans.
As Granholm began to speak, a
handful of protesters near the back
of the auditorium began shouting,
"Liberal!" and "Extreme!"
Granholm smiled and waited until
the students left.
"The great thing about being a
Democrat is we believe in the First
Amendment," she said.

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