Monday, August 13, 2007
The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com
STADIUM Bernstein said University Presi-
From page 2 dent Mary Sue Coleman, various
- - - - figures in the Athletic Department
During the discovery period, Ber- and members of the University
nstein said he will depose various Board of Regents would also be
University officials, which requires forced to testify.
collecting written testimonies and "Because the regents have taken
examining the officials under oath. such an active roll in this ... their
Bernstein said a key figure in his depositions are going to be called
case is Martin, who has sent letters for, too," Bernstein said.
to University alumni and made pub- The University declined to dis-
lic comments in which he referred cuss plans for the discovery period.
to the end product of the stadium Bernstein said the case is on the
renovation project as a "new sta- September 2008 docket and Cox
dium" that would require a ribbon- would probably hear it then.
"Bill Martin is telling the alumni CORRECTIONS
one thing and the court another. Please report errors in the Daily to
He's going to have to explain every- corrections dlmichigondaily.com.
thing he's said," Bernstein said.
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Askins, who has lived in six U.S.
states as well as China and Germa-
ny, said Ann Arbor has an eclectic
personality worth profiling.
Teeter Talk was born out of
Askins's desire for a project. After
ruling out producing a low-budget
filn or a show on the Community
Television Network, Askins said he
realized a teeter-totter and a web-
site would be the perfect tool and
medium for an interview-based
Askins already had the teeter-
totter - a simple but sturdy appa-
ratus, designed without set seats or
handles - that he said he built for
his wife in honor of their 15th wed-
After developing the Teeter
Talk concept, Askins said he sent
out invitations to well-known Ann
Arbor residents like politicians and
Far from formal interviews, the
Teeter Talk dialogues flow like
casual conversations and cover sub-
jects from the interviewees' opin-
ions and vocations to lighter fare
like the nature of teeter-tottering or
"Two Midwesterners talking
See TEETER, Page 8
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