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November 12, 1999 (vol. 110, iss. 33) • Page Image 1

…74EI lea +s#+'M r IrmayaAM reamer lay: Mostly cloudy. igh 58. Low 35. morrow: P8rtly cloudy. igh 66. One hundred nine years ofeditoildfreedosm Nmriay November 12, 1999 v p y < ::: , ! v k _ i.: s x'tir,; .4TMTT ,. Y ...... « y A .. ,+N+ _ nwrr22,. x, ~N ... y, y . .w.., w.Y.'^:.,«n « ^ ![ _';l ' , 'w r.i + n Y . t . t S 1y C .^Ii . .. r' ..«:r . ,.N ~:.:. ,. N.x +.; ;: ': ..w ,..ti ':;'.'w.iSh Lw7.;: ?..«. t.n riti i; k ... h .. ,i: l «...…

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…2 -- The Michigan Daily -- Friday, November 12, 1999 NATION/WORLD BUSH Continued from Page 1 caucuses scheduled for "Super Tuesday." When asked if a candidate's military background should have any bearing on their qualifications to be chief executive, Bush replied that voters obviously don't think so. "If that's the case, then Bill Clinton wouldn't even have been elected," he said. Army Staff Sgt. Christopher Stone of Capac, Mich., who spen...…

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…LOCAL/STATE The Michigan Daily - Friday, November 12, 1999 - 3 CRIME a arcotics stolen from University emergency room Iwo morphine ampules and one meperidine ampule were stolen from a Huron Valley Ambulance drug box at he University Hospital on Tuesday afternoon, Department of Public Safety eports state. The theft of narcotics was the second such incident in a week. DPS reports Iso state that narcotics were also tolen from the emergency room...…

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…4 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, November 12, 1999 aIb £d Oro dl De opresso liber II! Screw your way to 420 Maynard Street Ann Arbor, MI 48109 daily.letters@umich.edu Edited and managed by students at the University of Michigan HEATHER KAMINS Editor in Chief JEFFREY KOSSEFF DAVID WALLACE Editorial Page Editors Unless otherwise noted, unsigned editorials reflect the opinion of the majority of'the Daily's editorial board. All other articles,...…

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…0 '+" 'q. CAMERA FOUND in Alley between E.U. and Church St, on Sat. morng. Call 741- 8~66a to retneve, CONCERTS. HILL AUD. Two Seats Each Gothenburg Symphony. Feb 5 Czech Symphony. Apr 1. Orchestra Center. Row K. Subscription Price. 994-3537 eves. ***6/7 BEDROOM TRI-LEVEL*** Cathedral ceilings, skiy ghts. fully furnished with 2 full baths. Free shuttle. exercise and study rooms. 741-9300 www cmbmsmt.com ***CARRIAGE HOUSE*** Across from CCR...…

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…I -LOCAL/STATE The Michigan Daily - Friday, November 12, 1999 - 7 rnoring veterans MSA Continued from Page 1 first-year student John O'Donnell said. He also said he wants to alter the meal plan to increase the number of meals available. LSA first-year student Alefiyah Mesiwala said she is running because she wants to make a difference on campus. "I want to see the issues that are impor- tant to my peers addressed," she said, citing concer...…

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…See Dick sing.da Monday in Daily Arts: The Dicks and Janes perform in their first fall concert. Thee Check out a review of this weekend's Melissa Etheridge a cappella group sings at Rackham Auditorium tonight at 8. concert at Hill Auditorium. 2 Friday November 12, 1999 'Dogma shows ' Besson's glorious 'Messenger' saves Joan from Hell inept Smith By Ed Sholinsky Daily Film Editor Put aside all of the controversy sur- rounding "Dogma," with t...…

November 12, 1999 (vol. 110, iss. 33) • Page Image 9

… EN'S NCAA ASKETBALL Iowa 70. i1i CONNECTICUT, 68 (13) STANFORD 80, (10) Duke 79, OT NBA BASKETBALL Tof onto 123, DETROIT 106 Seattle 109, CLEVELAND 103 INDIANA 116, Orlando 101 MIAMI 128, Dallas 105 NHL HOCKEY BOSTON 4. Toronto 3 Nashville 2, OTTAWA 1 N.Y. Rangers 5, WASHINGTON 4 PHILADELPHIA 4, Carolina 1 Liria &l The Michigan men's basketball team continues its exhibition season on Sunday at 7:30 p.m. Michigan battles Team Prestige in i...…

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…10 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, November 12, 1999 Brothers battle at Blue's divine place Stickers begin NCAA play against Duke 0 By Uma Subramanian Daily Sports Writer Michigan freshman Jed Ortmeyer grew up in Omaha, Neb. - not exactly the hockey Mecca of the world even with the addition of Nebraska-Omaha to the CCHA. Regardless, Ortmeyer and his broth- er, Jake, both took to the game by becoming what Michigan coach Red Berenson called "...…

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…Friday, November 12, 1999 - The Michigan Daily - 11 s i i . i i i 1 STAFF PICKS 1 Runners ready for NCAAs All picks made against the spread. Home teams in CAPS. P1i'ENN STATE (-6) vs. Michigan WISCONSIN (-31.5) vs. Iowa Michigan State (-19) vs. Northwestern MINNESOTA (-14) vs. Indiana OHIO STATE (-10.5) vs. Illinois VIRGINIA TECH (-9.5) vs. Miami (Fla.) NEBRASKA (-8.5) vs. Kansas State FLORIDA STATE (-33) vs. Maryland Florida (-28) vi. $...…

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…2 The Michigan Daily - Friday, November 12, 1999 FRIDAYFOCUS From iconoclastic disco queens to reconciling American involvement in Vietnam to the sexual revolution, the 1970s was a TFr da n The sixth in a seven-part series chronichug the University of Michigan in the 20th Century. \ oi 0! Female athletes had to push 'U' system By Stephanie Offen Daily Sports Writer Micki King, an Olympic diving champion in the 1960s, was one of the few fe...…

November 12, 1998 (vol. 109, iss. 33) • Page Image 1

…Itt ti News: 76-DAILY Display Ads: 764-0554 Classified Ads: 764-0557 One hundred eight years of editorii/freedom Thursday November 12, 1998 r lim*1 111111111 I GEO proposes wage increase to ' ' By Paul Berg Daily Staff Reporter As negotiators walked past, about 40 Graduate Employees Organization members crowded the LSA Building's second-floor hallways last night in support of the GEO's bargaining team. 's not just the bargaining comm...…

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…2A -- The Michigan Daily - Thursday, November 12, 1998NR NATION/WORLD .,ing oexplore ' man a en s' WASHINGTON (AP) - On his way out of Congress, Newt Gingrich is promising to explore "many avenues for a public life," a phrase that has trig- gered speculation that he might be heading for the road to the White House. Gingrich isn't saying whether he will run for presi- dent in 2000. His closest advisers say he won't decide for weeks or months....…

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… LOCAL/STATE The Michigan Daily - Thursday, November 12, 1998 - 3A ESEARCH Heart disease more common in black women lack women are four times more ly to die from heart disease or stroke before the age of 60 than white women, according to a University study present- Od at Monday's meeting of the American Heart Association in Dallas. Lori Mosca, director of preventive cardiology research and education in the UJniversity Health System, led the ...…

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…4A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, November 12, 1998 c1ie £Qihil1 &ffg 420 Maynard Street Ann Arbor, MI 48109 Edited and managed by students at the University of Michigan LAURIE MAYK Editor in Chief JACK SCHILLACI Editorial Page Editor 'We will not grant them bargaining outside of state law. If the state law changes then we'll recognize them.' - Joe Duggan, associate dean of the University of California- Berkeley s Graduate Division, on t...…

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… LOCAL/STATE The Michigan Daily - Thursday, November 12, 1998 -- 5A Helping the homeless Labor rights activist speaks at 'U' Dave Lu Daily Staff Reporter Charles Kernaghan, director of the National Labor Committee, spoke to a crowd of more than 60 stu- dents at the Michigan Union last hight, telling about David vs. Goliath-like efforts to fight for labor rights. The National Labor Committee, consisting of just five staff members, works aga...…

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…6A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, November 12, 1998 2-6 BEDROOM HOUSES remodeled. spacious, parking, great location and clean. Available Fall 1999. Call 994-3907. 5-6 BEDROOM HOUSE on Church at Hill. May-May lease. Fully fum., w/complete modern kitchen, washer/dryer and lots of parking. $2880-$3040 per mo. + all utilities. Call Evelyn @248-626- 1940x206. I *************PARKING!************* On campus parking! Special rates! 665-8825. CABL...…

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…NATION/WORLD The Michigan Daily - Thursday, November 12, 1998 - 7A s Israels ratify accords' JERUSALEM (AP)- Israel's gov- ernment narrowly ratified the land- for-peace agreement with the Palestinians yesterday, setting the stage for withdrawal from West Bank territory and an expansion of Palestinian autonomy. Prodded by the United States, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu pushed the deal through the Cabinet with far less support than he an...…

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…SA - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, November 12, 1998 NATION/WORLD Speaker-to-be may not push impeachment Seekin-independence The Washington Post WASHINGTON - Speaker-to-be Bob Livingston (R-La.) is talking tough about President Clinton's behavior, but pri- vately he has suggested he has little interest in pursuing an impeachment inquiry during his speakership. With House Republicans seemingly split over whether to seek impeachment of the...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Thursday, November 12, 1998 - 9A Technical jargon causes stumbles in Microsoft case WASHINGTON (AP) - Perhaps Microsoft attorney John Warden explained it best: "There are a few of us, including myself, who still use fountain pens and legal pads." And it shows at the big antitrust trial in Washington. A case that's full of technical jargon like ISPs, OEMs, NTs, and CPUs may seem no place for techno-neophytes. Yet some ke...…

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… 5Qf Poetics and the Poet Jorie Graham reads at Rackham Amphitheater. A professor of poetry at the University of Iowa's Writers Workshop, Graham has made quite a name for herself in the poetic world. As part of the English department's Visiting Writers Series, Graham will read from a collection of her work. Rackham Amphitheater. 5 p.m. Free admission. ftie £tmon tk I.T Tomorrow in Daily Arts: The new action comedy "Six String Samurai" is rev...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Thursday, November 12, 1998 - 1A A weekly guide to who's where, what s happening and why you need to be there ... Films opening I Still Know Nat You Did Last Summer If they had called "Star Wirs"'s sequel "Still Star Wars," the film might have losisome of its mystique. But that's a com- pletely differert movie. Maybe it will work for this. At riarwood: 1, 3:10, 5:20, 7:40, 10:10 At Showcase: 2:05, 12:35, ::05, 2:20, 2:50,...…

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…12A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, November 12, 1998 Bio explores man behind madness Arena gives Eliot reading genet: A Biography dmund White Random House * It is easy to understand why someone would swish to tell the story of Jean Genet, one of the towering literary figures of the 20th Century. But it is difficult to sympathize with the plight of someone who knew what he was getting himself into. Certainly, novelist Edmund White, the aut...…

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…ne M;cngan aiy - inursay, roemoer za u - iiaf 'Original Avengers return on video Afghan Whigs slide into sophistication By Adlin RodN Daily Arts Writer A pair of co-ed government agents, strictly on plutonic terms, solve strange and mysterious crimes together on an internationally famous and popular television show. Does this premise sound familiar to you? Though "Mulder and Scully" begs to be dropped off the tip of the tongue, the answer c...…

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…14A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, November 12, 1998 moe. makes its way to top By Chris Kula For the Daily Guitarist Al Schnier says, "If life were a cartoon, moe. would provide the soundtrack." The New York-based band would indeed be at home in the world of animation. Its intricate com- positions, sprawling jams and irrepressible sense of humor combine to create a musical experience as energetic as any zany childhood matinee. Tonight, the...…

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…N'S NCAA FLORIDA 4,C tAV SKETBALL N.Y. RnersPeck Former Michigan quar- Hools 65, NEW JERSEY 3 People.FrmrMcia u- morgetown so Montreal 0 terback Elvis Grbac is included 7) Temple ANAHEIM 5, as one of the 50 sexiest men. In AKE FOREST Carolina 4 Kansas City, though, he's just Phoenix 2, the backup. iHL HOCKEY DALLAS 0 Thursda bETR01T 6SOT . LoIs 2 November12,5 soccer advances with 4-2 win 246. 2--a. By Josh Bordn Daily Sports Writer No one e...…

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…r AT F16A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, November 12, 1998 k i 9 s i a m t F ,~ ield hockey's fate sealed in By Steven Kyritz out the season, finishing with a 15-6 On defense, Michigan will have to For The Daily record. make up for the loss of leadership and An old metaphor attested "Close in fact, the team's play throughout experience that will come with the loss only counts in horseshoes and hand the season was so consistent that mid- of...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Thursday, November 12, 1998 - 17A ~JOzCONSrn football RAJU Continued from Page 15A in Wisconsin that are backwards, the least backwards is Madison. While helping my brother move into Ogg East Hall this year, I enjoyed the campus quite a bit. Madison has that ambiance, that quaint feel that reminds me of Ann Arbor. There is a distinct difference between the two universities, owever, and that difference is in the football ...…

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…18A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, November 12, 1998 After craziness, Big Ten is back atop unpredictable heap By Philip Maguran For the Daily Big Ten football is a mystery to probably everyone in the country. Year in and year out, top teams and top players put up huge numbers and yet the conference never seems to get any national respect. Even last year, the Big Ten's team had to share the national title with some overrated farm boys with ...…

November 12, 1998 (vol. 109, iss. 33) • Page Image 19

…the ImLtledtl Luaisy - i nursaay, Noveoier 11, 1996-1 The only team worse than the lowly Nanooks? The once-almighty Bucks By Mark FkancemttI Daily Sports Writer What's going on with the crazy CCHA this season? After the first month, surprise Notre Dame shares first, while Ohio State has fallen off the roof to the bottom of .the conference. In a conference where anything and everything seems to be happening, the Buckeyes find themselves with ...…

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…20A -- The Michigan Daily -- Thursday, November 12, 1998 PNIfO pNNvjOM Q I A a 1 I i PAY FORi ONE, TAKEC HOME 4L! 0 111 411. p m 3 B #, f V f41:1il I I' 0i t I Tj A Is '1 Nl i T IlIH If I I 110it'[ OR BUY ANY LONGSLEEVE TEE OR HEAVY C0lTON SETSHIRTMAD: TAKE ANY 3 OF THE FOLLOWING FREE! "LONGSLEEVE T-SHIRTS "*T-SHIRTS " ALL HATS " FITTED WOOL HATS i'A I i 01 I "POCKETED COTTON SHORTS h L * FLANNEL BOXER ...…

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… 28 - The Ahigan Daily - Tipoff Thursday, November 12, 1# 1nsidIe Tipoff '98 Thursday, No mber 12, 1998 - Is Michigan State all it's cracked up to be? Who are the 3 other team to watch In the Big Ten? Let our team previews serve as your guide to the upcoming season., With a sharp-shooting backcourt, Michigan will rely heavily on the 3-point shot. After waiting his turn last season, Brandon Smith could be poised for a breakout year. Josh ...…

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… 18B* fie V ichigan Dairy -= Tipoff='9- Thursday, Novemb er 12 1998 0 0 Thursday, November 12 U U Purdue Pete gets Soct* A Boilermaker, if you live outside West Lafayette, is a shot of liquor, usual- ly whiskey, downed with a mug of beer. It's also the official name of Purdue's sports teams. But Purdue's basketball team might have another treat best served cold on its mind when it plays Michigan - revenge. Last season, Michigan upset...…

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… 4B - The Michigan Daily - Tipoff '98 - Thursday, November 12, 1998 0 0 0 Thursday, November 12, 191 -w- w WISCONSIN Coach: Dick Bennett 1997-98 Record:313 Big Ten (T-9th), 12-19 overall Player to watch: senior guard Sean Mason - not a brick- layer Returning starters: Mason (&2, 182/Jr.), guard Hennssy Auriantal (6-1, 185/Sr.), sopho- roore guard Mike Kelsey (6-3, 190/So.) Look out for: Fcor leader Ty Calderwood after losing a season to ...…

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… 16B -Se Michigan Daily - Tip@'98 - Thursday, November *, 1998 __ 0 Thu av Noveiumber 12.1 Towson relies on. defense, pressure Towson basketball is a no-nonsense business. Unfortunately, as of late, tfe winning has been about as rampant as the non- sense, which is to say, not much. Last season, the Tigers finished ninth in the America East conference, at 8-20. Their biggest improvement came on defense, where they went from worst to first i...…

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… Irusy, 1 TTtor 4 6B - The M~igan Daily - Tipoff '980 Thursday,_November 12, 190 0 0 Elderly Eschmeyer to lead Northwestern's charge Cameron fun, but* not for every game You could tell he hated it. It was written all over his face - a cross between anguish and boredom that just screamed, 'Get me out of here!' But there was no escape. Fv n Eschmever was surrounded h port\rs A whole table-full of iem. pI -recorder , notepads, and tie\e...…

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… C Oit q) .c H Co K N 4) t. I' 0 a > E Ix d"4- co0 114 !3D C _l '-4 C4 C- a co (6 (j 'rm~'~otoC r4 IL Wd Ud cz p U C - 3o. r' " 0 - r 0 O bA y 0 S4 . , .,C) 00 V C 000 0. AO0. O 0 -A O C c!" OCD O ,i t5Oo 4", 4- c.- C) 4 , L. d0 'C OC)3 a C C) O C t~ I I t 0. 0 Od Ui Cd co o a M - ua-,;< cC>. nT 1 t CTo co U 0 F ') 0 0 ) C) co v 0 O 0~ 0 o9 t C 0 03 o4- ca d 2Q)0 omm C) 'aa-0 0 4/ ifa RS a 4. i^ mo "st o C ~C)C - a ca " 0 J Q f...…

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… 0 00 8B --- The Michigan Daily - ipoff '98 -- Thursday, November 12, 1998 Siz maT syNvtters but sm aler is etter Nobody picks on these little guys 0 0 0 I Ila I I, Who's the premiere college bas- ketball team in the Metro Detroit area? Michigan, right? Maybe not. Try Detroit-Mercy. The Titans are coming off one of their best seasons ever, which includ- ed a tie for the Mid-Continent Conference regular-season title, an NCAA Tournament b...…

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… B -- The Michigan Daily Tipoff '98 --Thursday, Nove ber 12, 1998 After losing gallons of talent from last season, Michigan coach Brian Ellerbe have to get every drop of talent out of his players Call it a ... PLAY By Rick FreemanF cing an optimist, Brian Ellerbe would say that his glass is half full. But most Michigan basketball fans, steeped in pessimistic tradi- tion, won't even say the glass looks a third full this season. Traylor is gon...…

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…News: 76-DAILY Advertising: 764-0554 C41V 'trafil "I't One hundred seven years of edztoralfreedom Wednesday November 12, 1997 >. I Med Schi By Janet Adamy on the num and Jeffrey Kosseff enrolled in th Daily Staff Reporters minority stu Following a national trend, the number of School in 19 minorities who applied to the University's Parts of th ical School for this academic year Hopwood v. d ped 17 percent. School and P The decrease corr...…

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…2 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, November 12, 1997 NATION/WORLD U. N. moves to condemn Iraq the Washington Post For the UNITED NATIONS - The Security sources sai Council last night moved toward adop- chief ally tion of a U.S.-sponsored resolution that agreed that would condemn Iraq for its threats a warningc against American arms inspectors and if Baghda impose travel restrictions on Iraqi offi- expel UNS dials. But the United States ret...…

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… LOCAL STATE The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, November 12, 1997 - 3 MSU student killed in train accident A Michigan State University stu- dent killed in a train accident last Wednesday was legally intoxicated, according to tests done by the Ingham County medical examiner. Bernard Gibbons, an MSU Education senior, had a blood alco- hol level of .18, said Medical Examiner Dean Sienko. A level of .10 is considered legally intoxicated for driving...…

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…4 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, November 12, 1997 cIjz Lirbigtnl gi 420 Maynard Street Ann Arbor, MI 48109 Edited and managed by students at the tiniversity of Michigan JOSHi WHITE Editor in Chief ERIN MARSH Editorial Page Editor ej(ss otherwise noted, unsigned editorials reflect the opinion of the majority of the Daily s" editorial board. All other articles, letters and cartoons do not necessarily reflect the opinion of The Michigan D...…

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… ftij gkd ~t&mnV411 Haim Bouzaglo's 1988 film, "Fictitious Marriage," screens tonight at Hillel. "Marriage" follows the life of Eldad Ilan, a Jerusalem high school teacher going through a mid-life crisis. Ilan, all set to leave on a trip to New York, never makes the plane, and countless adventures ensue. The screening begins at 8:30 p.m. Hebrew with English subti- ties. Free. Wednesday November 12, 1997 5 Metheny to jazz up A2 tonight By...…

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…6 - The Michigan Daily -Wednesday, November 12, 1997 I **********PARKING'********** On campus parking! Special rates! 665-8825. CABLE DESCRAMBLER KIT $14.95 view all premium & pay-per-view channels. 1-800-752-1389. FUTON $400, Beds twin $50, Q set $1200, Best offer 996-0519. '92 FORD ESCORT LX 4 dr. Red. 5 sp. 180K. Loaded! Great shape! $3450. 769- 6683. automotive '88 GRAND AM. Runs great, 1 owner, 5 sp., rust-free, 130K. $2300. 665-8949. '8...…

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…LoCAL/STATE Media panel discusses news coverage of gay rights issuesm The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, November 12, 1997 - 7 By Lee Palmer Daily Staff Reporter l Following major media events that ave included the coming out of sitcom. star Ellen DeGeneres, eight members of the local print and television media gathered at the University Law School last night for an open panel titled "Media Coverage of Gay Issues." The forum, which addressed is...…

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…8 - The Michigan Daily -Wednesday, November 12, 1997 Motor City bows to Our Lady Peace By Colin Bartos Daily Arts Writer The ticket stub said "Everclear," and so did the main billing, but it seemed as if Our Lady Peace should have been the headlining act. In OLP's native Canada, they are huge, selling out arenas all over the coun- try. Stateside, however, suc- cess has been moderate, but RE Our 1 The highly unlucky Salinger clan now must...…

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