100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

November 25, 2002 - Image 7

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 2002-11-25

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

The Michigan Daily - Monday, November 25, 2002 - 7A

BUCKEYES
Continued from Page 1A
minutes longer than Ohio State and outgained
the Buckeyes, 368 yards to 264 yards.
For the Wolverines, the fact that they played
well enough to win makes the loss all the more
frustrating.
"Yeah we did some good things, but you are
disappointed when you don't come away with a
win," Navarre said.
Ohio State took the lead 14-9 on a Maurice
Hall 3-yard touchdown run midway through the
fourth quarter as Michigan remained stuck at
its halftime score despite moving the ball well.
The drive was set up by running back Mau-
rice Clarett, who missed the past two games
with a shoulder injury and was the lone bright
spot on offense for the Buckeyes. Clarett fin-
ished with 119 yards and one touchdown.
"He's the real deal," cornerback Marlin
Jackson said. "He's got great vision for a run-
ning back."
Both touchdown-scoring drives were Clarett-
heavy as the freshman gave Ohio State a
dimension that the Buckeyes' other backs could
not provide. His performance is made all the
more impressive given that Clarett was not
RIOTPe
Continued from Page 1A
excited fans, couch-burning, car-flipping and
destruction of property, Mercurio said.t
Close to 12 cars were flipped over, piled togeth-
er and burned on 13th Avenue alone, said an Ohio
State senior who wished to remain anonymous. c
The senior, who was one of the many to be
eventually sprayed with mace by police, said the
riot started when a mattress was set on fire. Thet
anonymous senior said what started as severali
guys with shirts off daring each other to runt
through the blaze turned into "car after car get-
ting flipped, one every five minutes."z
"About half of them that were flipped were sett

playing at 100 percent and came off the field,
visibly in pain, several times.
After losing the lead, Michigan had two
chances for a game-winning score, but both
drives ended with a critical turnover by
Navarre - a fumble with under three minutes
remaining in the game and the game-ending
interception.
On the final play, there was apparently some
miscommunication as the Wolverines ran a dif-
ferent play than the coaches intended.
"We should have been three wide there
throwing the ball to the end zone," Michigan
coach Lloyd Carr said.
"Somewhere the communication of the sig-
nal to John was not what it needed to be. So
we ended up with a formation there we really
didn't want to be in."
Although Michigan had a chance to win in
the end, it can still look to missed opportunities
in the first half.
On all three of their drives in the half, the
Wolverines soaked up the clock and moved the
ball deep into Buckeyes' territory, but could
only come away with an Adam Finley field goal
each time.This season marks the first time
Michigan has lost to Ohio State twice in a row
since the 1981 and 1982 seasons.

HADDAD
Continued from Page 1A
terrorist organizations as the founder of
the Global Relief Foundation, an Islamic
relief charity.
He had three closed immigration
hearings in front of Immigration Judge
Elizabeth Hacker last December and
January. But in April, U.S. District
Court Judge Nancy Edmunds ruled
Haddad's hearings had to be open in
regard to a lawsuit filed at the end of
January by a group of Detroit newspa-
pers, the Michigan chapter of the
American Civil Liberties Union and
U.S. Rep. John Conyers (D-Detroit).
The 6th Circuit Court of Appeals
upheld Edmunds' decision in late
August.
After bond was denied last month,
Haddad's attorney, Ashraf Nubani, said
he would not expect Newberry to be
sympathetic on the issue of political asy-
lum.
"He's going to deny political asylum
in the next two weeks," Nubani said in
October. "It's clear that he's very biased."

IRAQ
Continued from Page 1A
putes over U.N. access to Iraqi sites and
Iraqi complaints the United States insert-
ed spies in the inspection teams.
A new focus on Iraq by the Bush
administration led to adoption of Resolu-
tion 1441 and the dispatch of inspectors
back to Iraq with greater powers of unre-
stricted access to suspected weapons
sites. Washington alleges Iraq retains
some prohibited weapons and may be
producing others.
The resolution, adopted unanimously
Nov. 7, demands the Iraqis give up any
chemical, biological or nuclear weapons,
or face "serious consequences."
It requires Iraq to submit an
accounting by Dec. 8 of its weapons
programs, as well as of chemical, bio-
logical and nuclear programs it claims
are peaceful. Any "false statements or
omissions" in that declaration could
contribute to a finding it had commit-
ted a "material breach" of the resolu-
tion - a finding that might lead to
military action.

Lighten up

APPHOTO
Fireworks explode over the State Capitol after the
lighting of the state's official holiday tree.

on fire," the senior said. "Then some people took
shovels and baseball bats and were hitting the
cars, one by one."
That's when police officers, with riot gear and
tear gas, surrounded the street, the senior said.
"Even though I was just standing there, I turned
around and got maced," the senior said. "And I
could barely see where I was running so I ran into
a parked car. I tried to get out as fast as I could."
Mercurio said the police didn't use riot gear
until "people were pelting fire fighters and civil-
ians with rocks and wouldn't allow fire fighters
the ability to do their job and maintain control."
Mercurio also said a bookstore on 15th Avenue
and High Street was nearly looted before some of
the 250 uniformed police officers stopped the

perpetrators. Only the doors were damaged, she
said. Mercurio said of the 49 off-campus arrests,
she believes a majority of them were not Ohio
State students. And the anonymous senior said
even though most of the rioters he observed on
13th Ave. weren't students, those that were stu-
dents could face expulsion.
"Most of them were random, but that's
usually the way it is," the senior said. "Our
president is pretty strict, so basically you
get kicked out of school if you're caught
rioting. Some still do, but most aren't that
stupid. I guess that's what happens when
Ohio State plays Michigan."
And Mercurio said the search for other stu-
dents and participants in the riots is far from over.

The Columbus Fire and Police departments are
closely looking through videotapes from local
television stations to try to identify those who
were involved - charging them with arson, van-
dalism and other rioting charges.
"If people think they got away from it, they're
going to find out in a week or two that they're
dead wrong," Mercurio said.
Although riots let loose in campus streets after
"The Game," precautionary measures such as
greasing up the goal posts and placing nearly 220
police officers at Ohio Stadium were somewhat
effective in controlling the largest crowd ever to
watch a game in Ohio (105,539). There were
eight arrests for disorderly conduct and open-
container violations at the game, and many stu-

dents who tried to climb the goal posts were pep-
per sprayed.
Jon Putnam, a senior accounting major from
Ohio State, said he remembers two years ago
after the Buckeyes lost to Michigan at home,
"people wanted to riot every weekend following
that, for no reason."
That year, the initial riot after Ohio State's loss
was on a far lesser scale than Saturday's: Starting
near 13th Avenue sometime after 2 a.m., 129
trash fires were set, many vehicles were damaged
and about 25 people were arrested, according to
police reports.
"At least this coming weekend is Thanks-
giving, so there won't be a follow-up riot,"
Putnam said.

the michigan daily

WALNUT APTS. - 515 and 521 Walnut be-
ween South U. and Geddes - very close to
Med. School & North Campus. Exceptional 1
& 2 bdrm. apts., 4 person bi-level. Call Res.
Mgr. 327-0393 or Varsity Mgmt. 668-1100.
WANT PARKING?? 1 PARKING SPOT
Avail. Close to B school. 332-6105

415 E. Hoover

-10 month leases
-Free Ethernet
-Across from IM building
-Parking included
-2 Bedrooms, furnished
Call 734-761-8000

FOREST TERRACE APTS. 1001 S. Forest.
Huge 2 bdrm. apts. in upgraded bldg. Air,
Ldry., New Furniture. 668-1100 or resident
manager 222-9903.
GEDDES - 1346 Geddes, furnished 3 bdrm.
apt. for 3-5 people. 2 prkg. spots, great loca-
tion for Med. School & North Campus. Call
Varsity Mgmt. @ 668-1100.
GREAT ROOMS AVAIL. now, s/t 3 min. to
Frieze or 4 mins. to South Quad. 973-7368.
GREAT WESTSIDE HOME. 3 bdrm., base-
ment, ldry. pets ok. $1300/mo. 313-562-0074.
IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY
CAMPUS AREA APARTMENTS
Wilson White Company, Inc.
734.995.9200
www.wilsonwhitecompany.com
Equal Housing Opportunity
IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY. LARGE one
bedroom apartments located near the medical
campus. Lots of amenities. Short-term leases
available. Call Michigan Realty,
662-5500. EHO.
LARGE FURNISHED 2 & 3 bdrm. apt. on S.
State, Near UM bus stop, 5 min. to Michigan
Union. Avail. Now, Winter & Fall '03 lease.
Heat & water incl., 2-sink bath., Intercom/sec.
buzzer, New furniture, New appliance, Balc.,
A/C, Prkg., Ldry. For 2-4. $1100-$1600, no
smoking/no pets. 734-996-3539 or
734678-7250, ehtseng@aol.com 9a.m.- 8p.m.
LG. 8 BDRM. hse. 3 full baths.,Fum. 1 blk. to
campus. Across from CCRB. 769-6471.
MCKINLEY STREET SPACIOUS 1&2
bdrm. apts. Bay windows, fireplace, balc.,
A/C covered prkg.
741-9300 www.annarborapartments.net
MED/ N. CAMPUS, 4 bdrm. 2 bath., A/C,
Pkg., Idry., deck, Avail. Fall. 426-9485.
MEDICAL STUDENTS. AVAILABLE FALL.
Large efficiencies, one and two bedroom
apartments located near the Medical Campus.
Lots of Amenities. Call Michigan Realty,
662-5500 or www.michcomrealtycom. EHO.
8 Bedroom House
AviJaole May 2003
1116w S. Forest
4 baths & Private Yard
free Lundsy! 665-2723
NEAR KERRY9OWN! GREAT LOCATION!
Spacious 1 bdrm. apt. 741-9300.
NEAR UNION LARGE contemporary stu-
dio, 1, 2, bedroom apts. Garage Parking.
741-9300 www.annarborapartmnents.net
ONE 2 BDRM. & Four 1 bdrm. For 2003
1021 E. University, Furn., Heat & Water Incl,

**BIG ROOM AVAIL. in 6 bdrm. house at
426 Hill St. Priceneg. 248-736-1214.
**FEMALE ROOMMATE WANTED!! **
2 bdrm., walk to EMU, very spacious w/ bal-
cony +1.5 baths, MUST have good credit, im-
mediate occupancy, parking. $390/mo. please
call Carlie 248-252-6757.
1OF2bdrm. avail.ASAPuntilAugust. Price
Neg. male or female. 395-6268.
AVAIL JAN. 1 bdrm. in apartment. Close to
campus on E. Ann. $400/mo. all util. incl. ex-
cept electricity. Call 225-334-2069.
AVAIL. JAN. 1, 1 Lg. Bdrm. in house. Close
to campus, 512 Hill St., water, heat, prkg. in-
cld. $480/mo neg. 678-2249.
Apts, Sublets. & o s

!'!OFFICE PERSON: P/T: 10-15 hrs./wk.;
flex. schedule, pleasant environment; mgmt.
skills & resume building; downtown Ann Ar-
bor; Mac. skills a must. 761-7204.
$1500 WEEKLY POTENTIAL mailing our
circulars. For info call 203-977-1720.
$250 A DAY potential/ bartending training
provided 1-800-293-3985 ext. 504.
BARTENDER POSITIONS! MAKE up to
$300/shift no exp. req. great college job! call
800-806-0085 ext 1445.
BARTENDERS NEEDED. No experience
necessary. Earnup to $300/day. Call
1-866-291-1884 ext. U183.
EARLY CHILDHOOD SUBSTITUTES
have lots of fun while working w/ young chil-
dren. NAEYC accredited center needs your
help. Great for those specializing in Psych./Ed-
ucation. Call the director at 668-0887.
EARLY ELEMENTARY STUDENT able to
work 30-40 hrs./wk., joyful-happy-go-lucky
personality, indiv. who also enjoys kids, excel-
lent working atmosphere. If you have a great
imagination we would like to talk to you. $8-
9/hr. must commit to May 2003, 998-0180.

GYMNASTICS INSTRUCTORS for pre-
school thru high school classes - days,
evenings & weekends. Some gymnastics ex-
perience necessary. Gym America. 971-1667.
HEALTH CARE ASSISTING chiropractor
with patients, billing & typing. $8/hr. P/T flex.
994-5966.
HOLIDAY HELP
$17.25 base/appt. 1-5 week work program.
Apply now, start after finals. Customer ser-
vice/retail sales. No experience necessary.
Conditions exist.
wwwsemesterbreakworklcom. Call 944-1223.
MICHIGAN TELEFUND NOW hiring stu-
dents for flexible night and weekend sched-
ules. Fun work atmosphere and great job ex-
perience. Earn up to $8/hr. plus nightly
bonuses. Start in Jan. 2003. Apply online or
stop by 611 Church, Suite 4F. www.tele-
fund.umich.edu. 998-7420.
MOVIE EXTRAS/ MODELS NEEDED!!
No experience necessary. Earn up to $150-
$450 per day! Call 1800-814-0277 ext 1116.
OPEN AUDITIONS: NEW Age Entertain-
ment seeking professional actors for original
play. Characters are 18-60 yrs. Call Scott
@734-369-3322.
PART-TIME INTERNSHIP. AD sales, PR,
Distribution. Well Paid Flexible Hours. E-mail
ucal@bendnet.com with Intern' in subject line.
SCOREKEEPERS IS NOW HIRING Cooks,
Floormen and waitstaff for immediate open-
ings. Bring your class schedule and apply to-
day at 310 Maynard A2 - Across from Borders
Books Downtown. 995-0100.
THE SCHOOL OF NURSING is looking for
a bright, capable, student to join our informa-
tion technology team. Duties are interesting
and varied. Please send resume and possible
interview times to sn-its.hire@umich.edu.
TUTOR WANTED!! To help 2nd grader
with math & english. Will need transportation.
Call: 734-340-2787.
WANTED! X'MAS BREAK P/T private
nurse-aide for my cheerful, intelligent, elderly
mother, a stroke victim. Pleasant work. Apply
now. $10.50-$12/hr. Please call 662-9117 or
write letter with your phone no. to: PO Box
130634 Ann Arbor MI 48113-0634.
CHILDCARE/DRIVER FOR 12 & 14 YR.
olds. Must have car & enjoy children. Hrs.
flexible. Call 761-3261.

BEFORE YOU SPRING BREAK, E-BREAK!
The on-line authority for Spring Break 2003!
Visit www.ebreaknow.com for all of your
Spring Break needs!
EARLY SPECIALS! Spring Break Ba-
hamas Party Cruise! 5 Days $299! Includes
Meals, Parties, Awesome Beaches, Nightlife!
Departs from Florida! Get Group - Go Free!!
springbreaktravel.com 1-800-678-6386.
EARLY SPRING BREAK SPECIALS! Cancun
& Jamaica from $429! Free Breakfast, Din-
ners & Drinks! Award Winning Company!
Group Leaders Free! Florida Vacations from
$149! springbreaktravel.com 1-800-678-6386.
JUST GIVE US 2 hours of your time per
week until Spring Break & travel free! South
Padre Island, Cancun, Acapulco & Matzalan.
No time & just wanna go? Huge on-site parties
& best pnces. Friendly Help - 800 821 2176 or
email: tripinfo@lnertiaTours.com

CAICW * ACAPLCO JAMAICA
BAHAMAS FLOIA
SELL TRIPS,
EARN CASH, GO FREE!i
CALL TODAY FOR DETAILS!
CONTACT
STA TRAVEL f
734.769.2555 TRAVEL
or SERVICES
734.998.0200 800.648.4849

BROWSE & LIST FREE! I

I

tes reas - -
AVAIL. JAN. 1ST 2003. William & Divi-
sion. Eff. w/ security buzzer, ldry. & separate
storage. Gallatin Realty 994-1202 ext. 16.
BEST SPOT 711 Church 1 bdrm. furn. apt.
prkg. incl. bfiresto@umich.edu 995-7294.
BEST SUBLET! 1 bdrm. in 3 bdrm. apt. A/C,
util. incl., prkg., across from CCRB, furn., fe-
male preferred, avail. Dec.-Aug. 717-2086.
FOR RENT LG. furn. room in professional
fraternity house. Util. incl., free cable,
$340/no., email fieldl@umich.edu
GORGEOUS OFF-CAMPUS FURN. apt. 2
roommates, lots of extras. $475/mo. Call
734-905-3274 or e-mail mgallizz@umich.edu
JAN.-APRIL SUBLET - Female roommate
needed at 543 Church St. Nice bi-level apart-
ment & great campus location. $625/month.
Call Varsity Mgmt. at 668-1100.
LARGE ROOM AVAIL. female pref. Jan 1st
thru Aug. In bi-level 3 bdrm. apt., 2 bath. &
parking @ 1100 Hill. Call 222-9033.
ROOM AVAIL. FOR immediate move in or
for winter term. Own Bath. Rent is neg.
taho@umich.edu 586-943-6583.
ROOM AVAIL. IN VERY MODERN
HOUSE. Jan.-Aug. for details call 368-6931.
WINTER SUBLET THE TappanApts.
5 mins. from the Diag, great loc., near comer
of Tappan/Hill., 2 individual bdrms., 2 prkg.
spaces Email myaffe@umich.edu

!!BARTENDERS WANTED,$300/DAY
potential, no experience necessary, training
provided. 800-965-6520 ext. 125.
BEING OVERWHELMED BY BILLS?? Con-
solidate all into 1 low monthly payment. Min
10k Good/Bad credit. No fees, Bankruptcy
OK. Toll Free 866-882-6744.
Earn 51,000 - $2,000 for
your Student Group in just
3 hours!
College fundraising made Simple, Safe and Free.
Multiple fundraising options available. No carwashes.
No raffles. Just success! Fundraising dates are filling
quickly. Get with the prograns that work!
*rrC pus
Yu rusted Sou e IrCollege FI Ir using.

DISTRIBUTORS WANTED
NO more WesternUnion Fees
Receive a Visa ATM and Mastercard
Everybody qualifies
Call home 1 cent per minute calling cards
Win a free Laptop or P.C.
Learn how to make extra income selling
Grade A organic coffee, calling cards and
health food drinks.
Spoke models wanted!
Go to www.spacebooth.com
E-mail: bank@spacebooth.com
Telephone: 1-800-303-3351
Fax resume to 619-269-4532.
FREE ROOM & board in exchange for 15-20
hrs. of child care/house keeping per week. Car
and refs. req. 734-730-2875-leave message.
GET PAID FOR YOUR OPINIONS!
Earn$15-$125 and more per survey!
www.doUars4opinionstcom
GLOBOPOLIS- THE WORLD'S hottest new
board game is seeking enthusiasts/miarketers.
Interested in a fun, $-making opportunity for
the holidays? Check out game & opp. @
www.globopolis.net
Get great experience
between classes!
Classifieds
..is now hiring
Account Executives

NEED A PASSPORT or visa in 24 hrs.? Call
Skyking services 734-513-2902.
SPRING BREAK '03 with StudentCity.com!
The ultimate vacation in Cancun, Bahamas,
Mazatlan, Acapulco, Jamaica and more! Pack-
ages include airfare, 7 nights hotel, FREE
FOOD, FREE DRINKS and 150% Lowest
Price Guarantee! REPS WANTED! Organize
15 friends and get hooked up with 2 FREE
TRIPS and VIP treatment! Also earn extra
cash and bonus prizes just for promoting Stu-
dentCity.com!tCall 1-800-293-1445 or e-mail
sales@studentcitycom today!
WANTED! SPRING BREAKERS! Sun
Coast Vacations wants to send you on Spring
Break 2003 to Cancun, Acapulco, Mazatlan,
Jamaica or the Bahamas for FREE! Call us
now at 1-800-795-4786 or email us at
sales@suncoastvacations.com!
PANAMA BEACHi ft
t 'AM--low P,9ICES
Sandpiper:
Beacon,:
BACH 9ESO97"

ATTENT/ON 4O4 g tRT/S'tk I
For Thanksgiving, there will
be no publications
November 28th, and 29th
Please note the following
early deadlines for December:
Line Ads: For publication on Monday,
December 2nd, the deadline is
Wednesday, November 27th
For Display ads:
PUBLICATION DATE DEADLINE**
Monday, Dec. 2 Monday, Nov. 25
Tuesday, Dec. 3 Tuesday, Nov. 26
Wednesday, Dec. 4 Tuesday, Nov. 27
*Please note these are for camera-ready and
typeset ads.
**ALL DEADLINES ARE AT 11:30 A.M.

#1 SPRING BREAK VACATIONS! Cancun, Ja-
maica, Acapulco, Bahamas, Mazatlan, Florida,
S. Padre. 110% Best Prices! Book Now &
get Free Parties & Meals! Group Discounts.
Now Hiring Campus Reps! 1-800-234-7007.
endlesssummertours.com.
***ACT NOW! GUARANTEE the best
spring break prices! South Padre, Cancun, Ja-
maica, Bahamas, Acapulco, Florida & Mardi
Gras. TRAVEL FREE, Reps. Needed,
EARN$$$. Group Discounts for 6+. 1-888-
THINK-SUN (1-888-844-6578 dept. 2626) /
www.springbreakdiscounts.com.
***SPRING BREAK BLOWOUT***
LOWEST PRICES & FREE TRIPS
FREE MEALS AND PARTIES BY Nov 6th
15 YRS EXP. Sunsplashtours.com
1 -800-4t26-7710.1

AVAIL. NOW FROM Dec'02 - Aug'03! Fan-
tastic room in apartment. Parking, good loca-
tion on S. Forest. Female pref.
Call: 248-766-1491 ask for Lauren.

**COME MAKE MONEY!** Roaming in

Back to Top

© 2017 Regents of the University of Michigan