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September 12, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 125) • Page Image 1

…One /undred sixyears of edItorialfreedom tt Friday September 12,1997 76-DAILY tising: 764-4 4 ...:.. .,.: :_ < . 1 " t ta 'w~a'S e~tr~v * Ue I oss to be highest paid Rig Ten AD y HeatherKa nins )Xily Staff Reporter ' New Athletic Director Tom Goss will receive the largest ,aycheck of any Big Ten director, but colleagues say Goss' alents merit the salary. Goss'salary will total $220,000. The highest salary in the egence last year was $1...…

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…2 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 12, 1997 Arafat pledges to fight terrorism NATION/WORLD RAMALLAH, West Bank (AP) - Palestinian leaderYasser Arafat pledged yesterday to confront "the enemies of peace," but Secretary of State Madeleine Albright said after a two- hour meeting with him that she still had not found a way to restart Mideast peace talks. "We have a long way to go" to reopen negotiations between Israel and the Palestinian...…

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…LOCAL/STATE The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 12, 1997 - 3 Student hit by car, taken to U' hospital pedestrian was hit by a vehicle at the Baits bus stop on North Campus on Tuesday, according to DPS reports. The DPS reports state that the driver, .a 20-year-old female, was attempting to pass a stopped bus in the westbound Jane of Hubbard Road. As the driver went around the bus, a pedestrian stepped out and was hit. The pedestrian had "l...…

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…4 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 12, 1997 tIe 4I irIigun Dui1j 420 Maynard Street Ann Arbor, MI 48109 Edited and managed by a: students at the University of Michigan ):h JOSH WHITE Editor in Chief ERIN MARSH Editorial Page Editor Unless 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 Mic...…

September 12, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 125) • Page Image 5

…The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 12, 1997 - 5 Get AT&T One Rate. FREE. And don't worry about the time or the distance. If you live off campus, choose AT&T Long Distance and sign up for AT&T One Rate. Free. You'll also get a free one-year membership to Student Advantage'-the largest student discount program ever. - AT&T One Rate: only l5¢ a minute on calls from home-to anybody, anytime, anywhere in the U.S. * Student Advantage...…

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…6 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 12, 1997 0 1 BDRM. CONDO/APT. avail. 1 blk. from Diag in Tower Plaza. $850/mo. Heat & H20 incl. 248-619-9393 or 248-641-7928. 1 BEDROOM in 14 bdrm. house, fem. pref., furnished no utilities. Walk anywhere in 5 mins. Across from East Quad. $413. Call to see 663-8487. 725 Church. 1 BEDROOM in 5 bdrm. house - prkg., Idry. 734 Division, immediate occupancy $330/ mo. + util. Call 434-5201. **********PAR...…

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…AA .dd Pageant contestants sporting AMERICA, 1997 The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 12, 1997 - 7 two-piece suits for the first time By Janet Adamy Daily Staff Reporter ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. -- Miss land Jamie Fox broke a 50-year t tion when she walked across the stage of the Miss America Pageant in a bikini Tuesday night. Although pageant officials changed the rules this year to allow contestants to wear two-piece suits, the majority...…

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…8 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 12, 1997 LOCAL/STATE TICKETS Continued from Page i "It might make some difference," said Law student Aman Mcleod. "There are people so desperate for a ticket, they'll do anything." On game days, AAPD officials "A UofM receive com- plaints of traf- high demj fic back-ups and counterfeit from stud tickets, along with other law alumni, U violations, Jerue said. Ann "A U of M ticket is in high demand, ...…

September 12, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 125) • Page Image 9

… 'alcon' flies into theater Check out "The Maltese Falcon," starring Humphrey Bogart. This 1941 forbear of film noir, also featuring Mary Astor, Peter Lorre and Sydney Greenstreet, is a detective story that centers around Bogie, a femme fatale, a fat man and a falcon. Don't miss the chance to see the film that launched Bogart to stardom on Nat Sci's screen. The film will begin at 7 p.m. Admission is $5. Friday September 12, 1997 9 Nine sea...…

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…10 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 12, 1997 Rockets to explode at Fox By Anders Smith-Lindall Daily Arts Writer "I want it to be like Foghat with Hank Williams singing," the gruff voice at the other end of the phone said, the speak- er's slight drawl punctuated with a laugh. The voice in the receiver was that of Brian Henneman, the singer, lead gui- tarist, and chief songwriter of the Bottle Rockets, trying to describe how exactly h...…

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…The Michigan Daily - FridaySeptember 12, 1997 - 11 catty Larkin's strange 'Fruit' perishes amid too much tranquility Patty Larkin Perishable Fruit High Street Records pects l Cockbu The a quirks; about (o ,though chronologically a member beings, o he "new folk" movement, Patty coda of Larkin is clearly uncomfortable among Mirror" the new, angrier breed of Washburn- sheer er wielding sirens. In fact, the most potent cerity o bit of poetic s...…

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…12 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 12, 1997 iment highlights from Sept. 14 through Sept. 20 ... Press "The Three Faces of Eve," starring Joanne Woodward and Lee J. red in Atlanta. . Shocking 'Monster' incites fear .......~.... BOOKS Continued from Page 9 and the possibility that they could be just about anyone. But the new book by former FBI agent Robert K. Ressler (the man who coined the term "serial killer") provides a great dea...…

September 12, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 125) • Page Image 13

… Uatg £tltuitw~l t I Scores0 e MAJOR LEAGUE San Francisco 5, BASEBALL PHILADELPHIA 3 OAKLAND 8, NY METS 9, Toronto 7 Montreal 5 COLLEGE FOOTBALL Alabama 20, VANDERBILT 0 NY Yan'.ees 14, BA LTIM'ORE 2 CHI SOX 7. Cleveland 5 TEXAS 7. Minnesota 0 Detroit at SEAT LE, inc. Kansas City at ANAHEIM, inc. Friday September 12, 1997 13 "There was nobody else around. It was just me and the football. All I had to do was catch it." - Colorado wide ...…

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…14 -The Michigan Daily -- Friday, September 12, 1997 Griese gets the call while father gives it for ABC By Nicholas J. Cotsonika Daily Sports Editor Exhausted and euphoric, Brian Griese fell into his couch last November to watch the tape. He had played the game of his life the day before, quarterbacking Michigan to an upset vic- tory over a second-ranked Ohio State team for the second straight season. He hit fast forward, and there was the ...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 12, 1997 -15 The Matchups: Superior up front, Colorado will run .all over Michigan Staff Picks - all picks made against the spread. Game (HOME TEAM IN CAPS) MICHIGAN (-1) vs. Colorado MICHIGAN STATE (-19) vs. MemphisI INDIANA (-13 1/2) vs. Ball State IOWA (-25) vs. Tulsa LOUISVILLE (-6) vs. Illinois MINNESOTA (-9) vs. Iowa State NORTHWESTERN (-17 1/2) vs. Duke Notre Dame (-19) vs. PURDUE OHIO STATE (-3...…

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…16 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 12, 1997 Good t j FRIDAYFaCUS - JOHN KRAFT/Daily LSA sophomore Robert McPeak (left), his current roommate Jason Padley (right) and former roommate Brian Galvin (hidden), enjoy playing video games in their West Quad residence hall room. and t he \ s A djusting to campus life means more than buying books and find- ing classes. University students learn to live with their best friend or worst enem...…

September 12, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 127) • Page Image 1

…oatrirni ti eather bnight: Cloudy, chance of in, low around 53*. omorrow: Mostly cloudy, high round 650. h One hundredfive years of editorialfreedom Thursday September 12, 1996 itilte Dtich lg oil All-female dorms may Programs looking at Barbour, Newberry go coed By Jodi S. Cohen Daily Staff Reporter A" Re fere- halls Be are them atmo resid ifa l the s A ing- Hon Rese< coed New 4T. ower yoga eomes to A2 Alice Robinson Staff Reporter ...…

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…2A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 12, 1996 NATION/WORLD Weapons treaty faces rejection in Senate s . 4 .)... Er ,r t 4 Los Angeles Times WASHINGTON - The Clinton administration is running into unex- pected trouble in its bid to win Senate ratification of a chemical weapons con- vention treaty, which calls for the destruction of chemical weapon stock- piles and factories around -the world within 10 years. After 11th-hour lob...…

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… LOCAL/STATE The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 12, 1996 - 3A Total eclipse comes to state's kies this month Michigan sky-watchers will get a autiful view of a total eclipse of the harvest moon on Sept. 26, says "University astronomer Richard Teske. "Lunar eclipses occur when the sun, Earth and moon all line up with the fhion hidden in the shadow cast behind the Earth," Teske said. -The moon - traveling at a speed of a2,300 miles per h...…

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…4A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 12, 1996 ce £tdigun d1g 420 Maynard Street Ann Arbor, MI 48109 Edited and managed by students at the University of Michigan RONNIE GLASSBERG Editor in Chief ADRIENNE JANNEY ZACHARY M. RAIMI Editorial Page Editors NOTABLE QUOTABLE 'I honestly think things work better if they're not mandatory.' Vice Presidentfor Student Affairs Maureen Hartford, commenting on a University task force proposal to e...…

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…NATION/WORLD The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 12, 1996 - 5A 2 Clinton aides resign in protest of welfare bill Move illustrates divisions in adminis- tration The Washington Post WASHINGTON - Two high- ranking officials at the Department of Health and Human Services resigned yesterday in protest over President Clinton's decision to sign the welfare bill, an unusually public move that underscores the deep divi- sions within the admini...…

September 12, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 127) • Page Image 6

…6A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 12, 1996 2 tWIN ED HEADBOARDS, good con- diuion $20 each or best 995-3253 (machine). COUCH-Comfortable & Looks great! Just $39. Call immediately! 741-1097. DESK-Good condition. Looks nice! Stop by and see. Only $39. Call 741-1097. DRESSER-Great shape. Stop by, you will love it! Only $39. Call Now 741-1097. FUTON queen, solid oak w/ cover. Paid $650, new 9/2/96. $499/best 663-6862. AAA WEIGHT LOS...…

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…I NATION/WORLD The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 12, 1996 - 7A 1.S. Navy, Air Force compete for next Iraq offensive f . F ' K i J The Washington Post WASHINGTON - The U.S. Navy and the Ail Force, and factions within each service, have jockeyed strenuously this week over who gets the anticipated assignment to attack Iraq from the air in response to Iraq's reported rebuilding af air defense sites and yesterday's launch of an raqi mis...…

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…8A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 12, 1996 NATION/WORLD Hortense whirls SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) - Hurricane Hortense smashed the island of Grand Turk with torrents of rain and 90-mph winds yesterday as it picked up speed and headed toward the United States, leaving 14 dead in its wake. It was the third direct strike in two days for Hortense, which pounded Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic on Tuesday. Search helicopters ...…

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…I NATION/WORLD The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 12, 1996 - 9A I follution linked to intelligence level Swiss banks to disclose Nazi grold hold ings The Washington Post Eleven-year-old children who were exposed to modest levels of a common llutant while in their mother's wombs score lower on intelligence tests and are lagging behind their less-exposed peers in reading comprehension skills, a new study has found. Previous research ...…

September 12, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 127) • Page Image 10

… MXi iktcdi* Otg Green eggs and a book signing Steve Johnson and Lou Francher are children's book illustrators who drew the wild pictures in some of the books by Dr. Seuss. Today at Borders they will be signing books and talking about the late author, who is a favorite of generations of children. The event begins at 7 p.m. I Thursday September 12, 1996 iDAI Evolving NYC dance arrives in A2 'U' students take part in rich performance celeb...…

September 12, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 127) • Page Image 11

…The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 12, 1996 - 11A JIenry Rollins exhales in his latest book, 'Eye Scream PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Racism. it's so crass - it's nightmarish, it's vul- troubled kind of music, which I think Sexism. Street violence. Drug abuse. gar. That's what the book was trying to really fits the mood of that piece," The ,edonistic, heartless, apathetic get across - it is burning and we're all Rollins said. "That's the jazz th...…

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…12A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 12, 1996 RECORDS Continued from Page 1OA "Barely Alive" (which sounds just like "Staying Alive" and mentions the BeeGees) is pretty damn funny. Although lines like "I'm just a slipped disco man" are a little too blunt, they are saved by ones like "My mind is blown and so's my hair" "This Time, This Night" and "Disco Suicide" are both marred with spoken word parts that just fall flat. There are al...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 12, 1996 - 13A UE I! p 1, " A weekly list of who's where, what's happening and why you need to be there ... U-M Visiting Writers Series Poet Derek thursday CAMPUS CINEMA The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (1920) Silent murder mystery about two young lovers haunted by a doctor. Mich 5:00. A Great Day in Harlem (1994) Jean Bach's Oscar-nominated documentary Shat was inspired by Art Kane's famous 1958 phot...…

September 12, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 127) • Page Image 14

…Scoreboard S 4' NATIONAL LEAGUE NEW YORK 3, Florida 1 Montreal 2, CHICAGO 1 SAN FRANCISCO 4, St. Louis 2 Atlanta at COLORADO, inc. Philadelphia at HOUSTON, inc. Cincinnati at LOS ANGELES, inc. Pittsburgh at SAN DIEGO, inc. Oh, howI hate the Canadians dmit it, there was something lacking from the Olympics this ummer. Sure, NBC saved everybody time by compressing two-hour games into five- minute video clips, and the feature about the French lon...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 12, 1996 - 15A TGTEN ntinued from Page 14A ly have a home-field advantage w'hen the Boilermakers steam into "South Bend on Saturday. -When the leprechaun comes run- ning out, the home-field advantage gets pretty big," Colletto chuckled. Purdue has struggled in its annual intra-state squabbles- with Notre ame. Wouldn't Colletto like a year off from the series? "I'd like them all off," he said.' WACKY WA...…

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…16A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 12, 1996 NATION/WORLD Dole, GOP try to maintain Newsday WASHINGTON - Republican presidential candidate Bob Dole brought his lagging campaign to Capitol Hill yesterday to boost GOP congressional candidates, but there were signs the rally was aimed more at bucking him up. Privately, some Republican members of Congress are trying to figure out how to campaign independently of their standard-bearer...…

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… n n a n . . ....... .,.. .. j~IjIgI an 311lY iso y~ ursaay, el MW mm ptember 12, ~ o T~ SINSI CONT FF ' -..INSIDE KICKOFF '96 1*90 FEATURE Thursday, SeptemberY 1996 -- Kickoff Promise unkept? Daily sports columnist and foot- ball writer Ryan White dissects Michigan's recent absence from the Rose Bowl, loss of the nation's largest stadium and pos- sible fall from its own tradition. Didn't Bo'say, "Those who stay will be champions?...…

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…* 18B - The M;chigan*Ily - Kickoff '96 - Ihursd~eptember 12. 1996 Thur*y, September 12, 1996 - - . I M"Iff 4f ''18B - The Michigan9ily - Kickoff '96 - ThursdaSeptember 12, 1996 a a al 0' s i ANSAY Thury, September 12, 1996 Next in line? P om ises m Dreisbach pressured to live up to Michigan's storied past dE iei m By Barry Solenberger Scott Dreisbach knows a lot depends on him. Namely, Michigan's chances for a suc- cessful...…

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…i3* SI W znnurruornvo . iw.....;S - a t uiw rnaTxf i er n rer rX--Tm _ I yr . disk 'Lj I IIM Iti11 1 a Ually rXIV~t :I IuI~udy, aejielfiuer i.LL.ZJ l POSos- 9 9 ' Thursday, September - 1996 - Kickoff POLLS ichian ositlo ly p s Offense For those who enjoy a good mystery, Michigan's quarterback situation must be a real bore. Because unlike a year ago, it's no secret who the Wolverines' top signal- caller is. Sophomore Scott Dre...…

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…fl~fl I i-IVIIi~iIof t.. 1.1hi - INfli1lTT . -1U I Wirni.~Tmro ~AA~- .l_________________________________________________ "1Si_1Y 1 7f1i lllL l l "lS+t+ evr -Al -iv r wb in~l lr an - rm n'i ".'- I I b4N Jf.4 JEltI I Ij.I U.1 L, l.JJ - I *- STAFF PICKS =' _A r _ ' _ ' ' FITIOQNS- _I !IWAMJ, VGFll6l I UlOl -LC-1 V w" w w w CONFERENCE Big Ten - predicted order of finish 1. 2. 3. 4.> 5. 7. 8. 9. 0. NICHOLAS J. COTSONIKA Penn Sta...…

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… AWL ,y.. i irc w ... mri 6rrti or in n - WL- _ - A 'Aa a = , w w p. - BIG TEN a i nursaay, beptteiIeutI, ±yu-- MCK~ui Buckeyes follow up bad, terrific 1995 In most respects, 1995 was a terrific season for the Ohio State Buckeyes. They won 11 games for the first time since 1979. They had three first- team All-Americans in Terry Glenn, Orlando Pace" and Heisman Trophy winner Eddie " George. And the Buckeyes sixth-place finish in ...…

September 12, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 127) • Page Image 23

…- J1J <IV :u I'(I .IJIV r15~n. .11u nw~ "15.111" ma a :.~ _ _71 - F T1~~iA * I- .r... V 1IaV fT1IVII1 (A F, /y li 11ll+rnvl l I.jv IUIatiift v7G} LVIiIUM L4, .Lvvv i BIG TEN ,a- f-I 1 "3 } Spartans must travel the rough road LINE Continued from Page 5B LeAundre Brown - both highly tout- ed recruits - won't play much; though Brown may return a few punts and kicks. - Nicholas J. Cotsonika learn to play at this level." - Ryan Wh...…

September 12, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 127) • Page Image 24

…. . r~wea va~ wn vu -w a~ r -, m ~ ~ J.r4L4J * uu J,,.J a s s .. s . , t a i . .s nnr_ sr , 2t ----VLI - iff) t-i"I jlroiI Licitly - rmtnvii - muioucfy, ot5pttillutl 1LgW ju TEAI A a S 0- w w -', E_ w BIG TEN- * nursaay, Septemoer 191- f ichi a Gophers in bottom of Big Ten VS. 0I one ts racn tau, ivicnigan anu ivinnesota battle for the Little Brown Jug. And the Wolverines almost always win. They have taken the trophy h...…

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…__ ' 'i IJ Itn m * .6m. (-r, :1Fyl'^a nn e I.i lls1, E.I flUIr.V Ta.T prnp llel! T9 ca W LLD - I ie IIIaIamty - r\IGKUTT vi .U'- iI IUIU k JuPICTIU'tf .4, l.",.' Eagles grounded #JON CONFERENCE -= The significance of last season's Michigan-Boston College game is plain to see.t It was Michigan quarterback Scott Dreisbach's final game of the year. Other than that, not much can be said about last year's game, and there likely won't be muc...…

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…NON-CON4ENCE- - 'M' faces more than rematch with Buffaloes No pep talks. No reminders. No need. The Wolverines all know what they- have to do. They all remember what happened Sept. 24, 1994, whether they were on the field, on the sideline, or on their way to play for Michigan. They all remember the perfect season that was killed in its infancy. They all remember national championship hopes falling into the sewer as the ball fell into Micha...…

September 12, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 121) • Page Image 1

…r t+ Weather Tonight: Mostly cloudy, sprinkles, low 62°. Tomorrow: Partly cloudy, high around 76%. w e' .71" IM IRTIM 7v-7,77771, One hundred four years offeditorialfreedom Engineering gets1 Proportion of women Burchattributedamuch ofthe increase in entering class hits to the creation of several educational pro- grams aimed at female high school stu- all-time high dents interested in engineering. "The more women that are in the By Zachary...…

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…2 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, September 12, 1995 I f t S divers, observer ed in plane crash SHACKLEFORDS, Va. (AP) - Gina Arbogast had climbed aboard the plane ready to make her first formation jump with her skydiving friends. They, like her, lived to plunge thousands of feet toward Earth. But something went terribly wrong Sunday shortly after the twin-engine Beechcraft made its way into the sky in a gathering dusk. The plane banked, ...…

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…Ali, W The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, September 12, 1995 - 3 Fans ejected from football game Many University football fans did not get to see the Wolverines tackle the Memphis Tigers Saturday. Before the 12:30 p.m. kickoff, some fans were ejected from the stadium for various offenses. About eight fans were cited and ejected forpossession of alco- hol under the alcohol stadium/arena ordinance. Several people were also ejected for throwing obj...…

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…4 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, September 12, 1995 aIJE idtig~tui &dlgt JA TWENGE TmE ERASABLE PEN 420 Maynard Ann Arbor, MI 48109 -Edited and managed by students at the University of M ichigan 1 1 MICHAEL ROSENBERG Editor in Chief JULIE BECKER JAMES M. NASH Editorial Page Editors Even afterShannon Faulkner, a treehouse mental~y' thrives Unless otherwise noted, unsigned editorials reflect the opinion of a majority of the Daily's edit...…

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… taKs piace at tne I UDpII u rary IultIPUrpOS iOom, ine iirary's Page 5 address is 343 S. 5th Avenue. And, as if this heavenly concert could Tuesday, et better, it's absolutely free-R September 12, 1995 Jeffrey'is out, loud and proud Off-Broadway play translates well into chatty, fun film By Melissa Rose Bernardo Daily Theater Editor You could say that "Jeffrey" is something of a Cinderella story. Not the plot (though it does have its share ...…

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…6 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, September 12, 1995 1988 HONDA CIVIC LX PS PB PW Manual Transmission. Clean, clean, clean! 3131383-7317. $4,500 or best. Must sell! AVAIL. NOW- Packard/Dewey - Large room * * * Gallatin Reality Co. 994-0624. AVAILABLE NOW. Packard/Dewey. Com- pletely remodeled duplex with one 3-bdrm. apt. and one 4-bdrm. apt. Gallatin Realty Co. 994-0624. CAMPUS RESIDENCE- 5 bdrm., 2 baths, fireplace, garage. Charming. Availa...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, September 12, 1995 - 7 ,EGAL SECRETARY needed for litigation epartment of established Ann Arbor law irm, 2 days/wk. Word processing skills :quired. Previous legal experience helpful. "rad. student welcome. Send resume to: looper Hathaway, 126 S. Main St., Ann rbor, MI 48104 Attn: Gale Redding. . OOKING FOR a part-time sales rep. for ollegiate sportswear & party favors, flex. cheduling, great $, will train. Call ...…

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…--I 8- The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, September 12, 1995 Crai Wedren Shuders to Think about it By Ella de Leon Daily Arts Writer Stream of consciousness. Random thoughts that translate into song lyr- ics. From its conception, that's how Washington D.C. band Shudder to Think has operated. "We got our name from our first drummer, Mike Russell," explained lead singer and guitarist Craig Wedren. "He said, 'I shudder to think that such-and-such ...…

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