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November 10, 1995 (vol. 106, iss. 29) • Page Image 1

… k M . r 3 ? . t ' . 2 One hzundred five years of editorialw freedom *rn night: Rain, heavy at nes. Low in mid-40s. morrow: Rain, snow, mps falling to mid-30s. Friday November 10, 1995 ,,. ,r,. z.. ., _ ., . _, , .. _ .. A .. .d ., ,. 4 .,.. s ,. ..,_ ,., r. _.., .5. <a'C . . . .... Progress is made in Balkans peace talks vs. Purdue Tomorrow, 12:06 P.m. : Michigan Stadium 3PN :WJR 760 AM WWJ 950 AM, A 91.7 FM' s: Sold out Los Angele...…

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…I 2 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, November 10, 1995 UlAirsom/wORILD I '60 Minutes' won't run tobacco interview NEW YORK (AP) - Did CBS sim- ply lose its nerve when it spiked a "60 Minutes" interview critical ofcigarette makers? And, if so, did the news media lose, too? Acting on its lawyers' advice, CBS pulled an interview with an unidenti- fied tobacco industry insider who was sharply critical of the industry. The network substituted an...…

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… FRt A1VFOC 5 - r The Michigan Daily - Friday, November 10, 1995 - 3 "When a man assumes a public trust, he should consider himself public property:' - Thomas. Jefferson Today's student leaders are America's future Today the campus ... tomorrow the world I eadership crosses all boundaries and divisions. .6! Leaders of any group, regardless of their cause or mission, must have certain common qualities. Leadership crosses the line between...…

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…- The Michigan Daily - Friday, November 10, 1995 aloe 9 [YCl i ttn tti[ BRENT MCINTOSH 420 Maynard Ann Arbor, MI Street 48109 Edited and managed by students at the University of Michigan MICHAEL ROSENBERG Editor in Chief JULIE BECKER JAMES M. NASH Editorial Page Editors How to regserfort 37619 difficult, Au Unless otherwise noted, unsigned editorials reflect the opinion of a majority of1the Daily's editorial board. All other articles,...…

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… ~R~I~)rJ "N The Michigan Daily - Friday, November 10, 1995 - 5 Trespassers seen in Betsey Barbour hal Two trespassers were seen Tuesday on the fourth floor of Betsey Barbour residence hall. Two men about 17 or 18 years od were allegedly walking around the hal when DPS was called. The caller said one was seen leaving the women's bathroom on the fourth fJoor. "One had yellow hair and they were dressed in slouchy. clothing - like skateboarders...…

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… HOT, EROTIC AND HMMM! I safe sex you, because I love you...To order cassette, mail $15.00 to: Arena Service Core, Ltd. PO Box 5233, Atlantic City, NJ 08404. Parental Advisory-Explicit lyrics. Thank you, Phi Vocia. '86 SUBARU XT COUPE- White, 5-speed, stereo, non-turbo, great condition, fun to drive. 2-seater: $2500. 761-3106. CHEVY GEO Cargo Van 1983, very dendable, must sell, $1800- or best offer. 517/596-2590. FOR SALE: '84 TOYOTA Corolla ...…

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…-W Nf ORLD AfiyON/W The Michigan Daily - Friday, November 10, 1995 - 7 W esota 1ewspaper aysit wil e4court Student journalists, after refusing to give up negatives, face jail Use Pods y Staff Reporter The Minnesota Daily has said it will fy a court orderto turn over negatives photos taken by a staff photographer ring an anti-Nazi rally that turned olent in 1993. Now Michele Ames,the newspaper's itor in chief, faces a possible jail ntemce. ...…

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…8 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, November 10, 1995 HAIrlamlWORILD Police find arsenal at gunan' s home The Washington Post JERUSALEM - Israeli police say they have discovered a weapons cache "befitting a terror group" at the home of ° the professed killer of Prime Minister M; Yitzhak Rabin, while the country's top police official portrayed the assassina- tion as the fruit of a conspiracy and not the work of one man. Two more suspects were ...…

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…Do you dig sex, video games and junk food? Well, then come check out the MSextravaganza" as alf your dirty fantasies and habits come to life on the big screen - in 3. - courtesy of the Ann Arbor Film Co-op. Two screenings tonight, at 7:30 and 9:30 at Lorch Auditorium. You Page 9 know you want it. Giveno the sextr avaganza Friday, November 10, 1995 OyamO strikes it rich with I Am A Man' Can't beat the Meat Puppets, no siree. Meet theMt 'By B...…

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…10- The Michigan Daily - Friday, November 10, 1995 Art School senior Brian Tubbs was branded as part of his B.F. A. performance art piece at Rackham last night. JOE WESTRATE/Daity Men's Glee Club is sure to please By Stephanie Love Daily Arts Writer After much preparation, the Univer- sity of Michigan's Men's Glee Club is gearing up for its 136th Fall Concert. For the first time in twenty-five years, the Glee Club will present two perfor- ma...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Friday, November 10, 1995 - 11 'Coldblooded': Priestley's hitman flick misses By Jennifer Petlinski Daily Arts Writer Picture it. You're directing a new movie about hitmen, their brutal mur- ders and the dangerous, fast-paced lives they lead. Hmmm ... who should you cast as the starring role? Someone who's tough, yet slick; someone who pos- sesses the perfect balance of romance and evil; someone who is the hitman of all ...…

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…UJtbe 1 ci~guu T R Tigers ring up Bell The Detroit Tigers signed Buddy Bell to replace Sparky Anderson as the team's manager yesterday. Bell, who has never managed before, signed on for two years. Bell played 18 seasons in the major leagues, and spent the last two years as the Cleveland Indians' infield coach. Page 12 Friday November 10 1995 olverines must deal with Boilennakers' stott oy Scott Burton White. the game with their running attack,...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Friday, November 10, 1995 - 13 Penn State and Purdue top coaches' poll; Michigan Is last By James Goldstein and Dan Stillman Daily Sports Writers INDIANAPOLIS - After finishing tied for first place in the conference the last two years, Penn State and Purdue were picked first and second, respec- tively, in the Big Ten preseason coaches poll released yesterday in Indianapolis. Coaches gathered to answer questions from the ...…

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…14- The Michigan Daily - Friday, November 10, 1995 If the real Blue defense stands up, Purdue won't be a problem By Ryan White Daily Sports Editor Tomorrow's contest between No. 13 Iichigan and Purdue comes down to a coin toss. Not so much to decide the winner of the game, but to figure out which Wol- verine team will show up. ; If the Michigan that blew out Minne- sota shows up, the Boilermakers won't be a problem. :.But if the Wolverines ...…

October 10, 1995 (vol. 106, iss. 8) • Page Image 1

…eather night: Mostly clear, low ound 47. morrow: Mostly sunny, gh around 73' 'Elan ti One hundredfve years of editorialfreedom Tuesday October 10, 1996 Vol .u n ic0 b i 2ia al I 9 Machen File t a special meeting scheduled for 6 .m, the Board of- egents will vote n whether to onfirm J. ernanrd Machen s provost. '. ean of the School of Dentistry since 1989. eld teaching and administrative posts at the dental school at the University of N...…

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…2 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, October 10, 1995 er Quake hits Mexico's Pacific coast, kils at least 30 MANZANILLO, Mexico (AP)-- A powerful earthquake shook Mexico's Pacific coast yesterday, toppling two resort hotels, cracking homes and bridges and killing at least 30 people, authorities said. At least 90 others were reported in- jured. The 7.6-magnitude quake - felt as far north as Oklahoma City - was the second powerful tremor to hit...…

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… .yA The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, October 10, 1995 - 3 Lqor law - volatios at !fotbligame Among several alcohol problems at Michigan Stadium, there was a unique :iquor violation at last weekend's game. ,. Department of Public Safety officials reported that a man was contributing to the deliquency of minors at Gate 4. .A 44-year-old manfrom Ohio gave ole beer each to four children to carry into the stadium for him while he tail- t ated. One ...…

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…4A - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, October 10, 1995 Ci "*c1itttai <a ~ JEAN TWENGE THE ERASABLE PEN 420 Maynard Street Ann Arbor, MI 48109 Edited and managed by students at the University of Michigan r- -- MICHAEL ROSENBERG Editor in Chief JULIE BECKER JAMES M. NASH Editorial Page Editors Simnfson defeegambled - a won - on afool s logfr Unless otherwise noted, unsigned editorials reflect the opinion of'a majority of the Daily 's edit...…

October 10, 1995 (vol. 106, iss. 8) • Page Image 5

…r'~ j l r~ I1i vr Ix_ Dial 'M' for Muses Throwing Muses, that is. This pioneerirg group has been around fr over a decade and has released some of the most chaflengng and movng music ever called 'alternative-' Their laest album "Undersitv" one of the most pop records that Muses singer/songwr er Krktin Hersh has written, and live the group is absolutely mesmerizing. See ther tonight at the Blind Pig; call 996-8555 for mcre inforrration. Page 5...…

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…6- The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, October 10, 1995 ROOM TO BE shared. Bi-level apt. $300+heat & water. Claudia ASAP @ 668- 7579. SPACIOUS TWO person bdrm. near Kerrytown. Available Jan.-Aug. Low rent, laundry, parking. 662-6489. LOST CAMERA, Olympus Twin 35 mm, in Nickels Arb. on Sunday, 104-95. Please, call 995-8916. Rewardt for sile BICYCLES: All seeds,menwomens. $25 BRAND NEW FUTON, $99. Call: Michael e 213-7500. COLOR T.V. w/ remote. Per...…

October 10, 1995 (vol. 106, iss. 8) • Page Image 7

…Researchers warn of disposable contact lenses The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, October 10, 1995 - 7 ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) -- Dispos- able contact lenses are causing thou- sands of serious eye infections each year despite manufacturers' claims that they are safer than reusable lenses, re- searchers said yesterday. Overnight use of contact lenses has been known to be associated with an increased risk of infections, the worst of which can lead to bli...…

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…8 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, October 10, 1995 'Country Life': A gripping look at humanity A member of the University Symphony Orchesta plays. KRISTEN SCHAEFER/Daily Fgting wor from worldly*composer By Dean Bakopoulos Daily Arts Writer In Michael Blakemore's new film, "Country Life," the opening credits re- veal that the story is "suggested by" Anton Chekhov's "Uncle Vanya." Blakemore is right to use the term "sug- gested by." Most of t...…

October 10, 1995 (vol. 106, iss. 8) • Page Image 9

…The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, October 10, 1995 - 9 Dexter's not his usual self. You suspect the SaiSa. So you call Dr. Nusbiatt, your The Call is C family vet back home. heap. (Too bad about the consultation fee.) Life can be complicated. AT&T True Reach Savingsis simple. Save 25% on every kind of call on your AT&T phone bill-direct dial, calling card, directory assistance, local toll, cellular, fax and modem - when you spend just $25 a...…

October 10, 1995 (vol. 106, iss. 8) • Page Image 10

…MOWN Bsig Ten honors players of the week Two Northwestern football players who helped the Wildcats beat Michigan Saturday were honored by the Big Ten. Junior linebacker Pat Fitzgerald was named the conference's defensive player of the week.. Senior kicker Sam Valenzisi was the Big Ten's special team player of the week. Ohio State's Bobby Haying and Minnesota's Chris Darkins shared offensive player of the week honors. Pae 10 Tuesday, October ...…

October 10, 1995 (vol. 106, iss. 8) • Page Image 11

…The Michigan Daily - I uesay, October 10, 1995 - 11 Webber signs: 6 years, $59 million Associated Press LANDOVER, Md. - Chris Webber could have gotten more money to play elsewhere, and he certainly could have picked a team with a more illustrious tradition. Yet, when Webber put his name on a six-year contract with the Washington Bullets on Monday, he finally got whathe had been striving for since becoming the NBA's top draft choice in 1993. ...…

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…- The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, October 10, 1995 Your ---NEy hasn't gone this far since you lived with youT. AM/FM stereo radio - standard? heck yeah! (what's driving without a little driving music?) Clearcoat paint - paint you can't see keeps the paint you can see looking good (see?) Fold-down rear seats - means you can go places and take lots of stuff with ya 5-speed transmission and tubular rear axle with spring-over shock sport suspensi...…

October 10, 1995 (vol. 106, iss. 8) • Page Image 14

…Surveying the land, ,.; THE AIR RATE =PfJACH: SHOE spies a good place and holler "Follow me!~ y etc: !t, xti x e Nr V e r s a t i l e , l z - .... . . "", ': a. ,! ; k. rugged as a tractor tire the Air Ratic has a fancy Inver gussetted tong to keep out the rubbish and a high- . tread griPPY en -k u p a waterfall. .. ..-... u.....::.. '...... Y.. Which is w his° a r good places and not 11-1 r. :.:::....:::.::.::.....<:...........,.... :..:.:.:....…

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…Yie PUBLISHER & EDITORIAL DIRECTOR N NI EDITOR ASSOCIATE EDITOR WRAP/MUSIC EDITOR N I\NM 0\\1) NhI I{-\ !\N I 1 9 ASSISTANT EDITORS Ro I N1 i 1. I \IiIm , ART DIRECTOR ADVISORY COUNCIL DR. DIN )l I A \ I I) \U NIt Lr 1 t l) 1xL IN I NU 10 111,[ _.h I So litR .11 ;ol U (IN N.'M ;II ~ NiIo I\I . DR NIN N N SY 01 A ; IIU DR. I.1)\,1)N IN 1,1 N I I N 1,U 11o'IR t1 I A (I \~ I l N IIIIR~ N '1\ l tR II A 1P I IN 1 M N it RSIo ' N oirlC R Ii< PRODUC...…

October 10, 1995 (vol. 106, iss. 8) • Page Image 17

…Your illuminat- ing article on depres- sion[ "Friends in Low Places," Aug./ Sept., 1995) helped me feel less alone. Prozeic Consternation I'm often happy, but I was deeply offended and insulted I sometimes get a major jolt of depres- by the article "Shiny, Happy People" sion. It seems as if everything in my life [Aug./Sept., 1995]. Prozac is intended to is go g wrong and nobody understands be an anti-depressant, not a miracle cure my problems....…

October 10, 1995 (vol. 106, iss. 8) • Page Image 18

…COOL- U. of Colorado, Boulder A team of physicists as CU recently stucceesled in creasing an etttirely new farm of matter at thec lotwest semspertureever recotrded its the universe. Kttown as thc Botse-E intseisn cosndesisate, the mat- tee was predcttetl hy Albert Litt- steittatad istttnly pttssible at temt- peratutres tnearittg absolctte zero- a theoretical temoperature at which a sttbstatnce has ntt heat atnclno ttattittn. Thc ptoint of all ...…

October 10, 1995 (vol. 106, iss. 8) • Page Image 19

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October 10, 1995 (vol. 106, iss. 8) • Page Image 20

…A Final Note N THE ABSENCE OF comprehensive regula- Lions, the issue of sexu- al harassment in the work- place is a crucible of legal . a and ethical debate. iL _ . - prof i A wiren swircn wcans ar U. o Iowa eep their brooms in the closet. Any Witch Way HEY DON'T RIDE BROOMSTICKS. THEY DON'T STIR bubbling caldrons. They don't cast evil spells. But the U. of Iowa students who follow the ancient religion Wicca do call themselves witches. Recen...…

October 10, 1995 (vol. 106, iss. 8) • Page Image 22

…Professor-sruoent roucny eely" is now a no-no at UNC. THr Tece? S EX BETWEEN TEACHERS AND STUDENTS IS NOTHING new, but to North Carolina legislators, it got really old really quick. attention of university administra- tors during a messy divorce between Williams and his third wife. Court records reveal that Williams had at least two extramari- tal affairs with UNC students. He also admitted to having sex in his office with a student h employe...…

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…Outta Site! You've watched theOscars and the Gram- mys, but have you seen the Webbys? The first annual "Webby" awards for Cool Sites of the Year were announced in August. And the winner is... *The Spot-http:/www.thespotcon- This Web rip-off of MTV's Real World is cyber- fluff. Stopime iftyou've heard this: Five house- mates share their "real" experience of living together in a California beach house. Novel concept, eh? Butithis group oftthe bu...…

October 10, 1995 (vol. 106, iss. 8) • Page Image 26

…Play fIke Ultimate Stock Mauket Game for lb. Experience, lb. Fuand over $100,000 in Cashs & Prizes. REA-WORLD EXPERIENCE You've learned about the stock market in your business, finance, and invest- ment classes. Here's your chance to apply that knowledge and gain the real-world experience necessary to get a head start on your career. Your participation in the challenge will make for an excellent resume addition and a unique conversation piece...…

October 10, 1995 (vol. 106, iss. 8) • Page Image 27

…eetthe mldead Ceds VAMPIRES HAVE INVADED the campus, and it's going to take more than holy water and garlic to stop them. "I really feel as though nobody would understand if I just came out and told them the truth," says Ohio State U. senior Greg Dearing, a self- proclaimed vampire. "I mean, how do you tell your friends that you have a taste for blood? Until now, it's something I've kept a secret." Thanks in part to novels by Anne Rice and Ma...…

October 10, 1995 (vol. 106, iss. 8) • Page Image 28

…An thing fr t e Team THESE PEOPLE ARE NUTS. EVERY Si- urday morning, they're up before dawn to coat themselves in war paint, pack up for the road and fire up the grill in preparation for the gridiron war of the week. They're the fanatic fans, kickoff crazies and sideline psychos hitting their prime every fall at colleges across the nation. It's ridiculous to most, but to them, it's religion. "I may be an Irish-Catholic," says Boston College s...…

October 10, 1995 (vol. 106, iss. 8) • Page Image 29

…What's All the Drewmh-ha? I I YOU'REli A 1II I IIV15RitW1111) dabblid in homtte hreing, you can relattc to the cry of ainovie "Help! It's mty first batch, attd it smells terrible!" Kitt Williatms had his fiest "sotir doutgh" batch six years ago. "Your get a teal bad skttnky smoell," says Williams, a grad stuideint at the C. otf Califotrnita, Berkeley. Not tot worry. That first bsatch of hiome brew shsiould be thioght of as a sacrificial offe...…

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October 10, 1995 (vol. 106, iss. 8) • Page Image 31

…Student- athletes and Wanna Betldn mix BY ROBERT MANKER 11IuRTIN ICYv: CHRIS OPRY CH, EASTERN ILLINOIS U. $5 BET HERE, A $20 WAGER IHFRE. Just putting a little money where your mouth is. That's what col- lege sports are all about, right? Not to the NCAA, and definitely not if you're a student-athlete. The U. of Maryland athletic department learned that lesson the hard way this summer when five Terrapin athletes were suspended for alleged gam-...…

October 10, 1995 (vol. 106, iss. 8) • Page Image 32

…The Best Way To Save Money On Stuff (Other Than Borrowing Your Roommate's). Roommates tend to get weird when you borrow their stuff. (They're funny MasterCard. like that.) Better to get yourself a MasterCard'' card. Then 5412 356 °18901 00SANDY OCASER °you cuduse itto bythe tinsyou ralywant. And with these College MasterValues coupons, you'll save up to 40% And until you get your own place, it's the smartest thing you can do. Roommates are wei...…

October 10, 1995 (vol. 106, iss. 8) • Page Image 33

…*NO FEE *SPECIAL STUDENT RATE *TRAVEL DISCOUNTS *PHOTOCARD PLEASE TELL US ABOUT YOURSELF Print Pull same: First,Middle Initial, Last Social Serurity Numtber- Date of Birth (Month/'Day/Year) Mother's Maiden Name Your Permanent or Parents' Home Address Apt. No City orTown State Zip Yoar Permanett Area Code and Phone Member First ea Last Nanme under whict rour permanent phone is i sted witt Directory'Assistance N PLEASE TELL US ABOUT YOUR SCHOOL ...…

October 10, 1995 (vol. 106, iss. 8) • Page Image 34

…WE'RE LOOKING OUT FOR YOU IN MORE WAYS THAN ANY OTHER CARD. No other credit card protects college students in as many ways as the Citibank card.That's why, hands down, it's the most popular credit card among college students. With your Citibank card, you can: PAY NO ANNUAL FEE. You might just need that money for school-emblazoned hats and sweatshirts. RELAX WITH A LOW INTEREST RATE. Since you're a college student, you'll get a special 14.9% A...…

October 10, 1995 (vol. 106, iss. 8) • Page Image 35

…1 l s ' i 'J -rv u t - _ What makes or breaks a college teacher's career? BY JULIE BLAIR HiPE COLLEGE, MICH. ILLUSTRATIONS iY: DAVID BARNEDA, BUCKNELL U. E DRONES. HE MOANS. HE PON- tificates pointlessly for hours, a cloud of chalk dust settling like dandruff on the shoulders of his tweed jacket. The Bad Professor is the bane of all students, and thanks to the tenure process, he may remain at your alma mater long after you've graduated. Wors...…

October 10, 1995 (vol. 106, iss. 8) • Page Image 36

…I BY SHAD POWERS MICIHGAN STE U.'95 GRAD OME PEOPLE WERE BORN TO BE the best actor, doctor, astronaut or singer. But what about those whose expertise lies in the field of power walking, badminton, the hammer toss or Greco-Roman wrestling? It's downright impossible to make even pocket change on a street corner fencing or doing the triple jump. Their only goal, and the only place they can peddle their wares, is the grandest of athletic events ...…

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