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September 12, 2000 (vol. 110, iss. 139) • Page Image 1

…One hundred nine years ofedmtoriralfreedom ti NEWS: 76-DAILY CLASSIFIED: 7640557 www michlgandaily. cam Tuesday September 12, 2000 II-, .}~ Ford d By Rachel Green Daily Staff Reporter With a donation of 23 microprocessing atents from Ford Global Technologies, c., the University will not only be able to improve research and education, but. increase revenue. Ford Global Technologies, Inc., a division of Ford Motor Company, announced yester-...…

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… 2 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, September 12, 2000 NATION/WORLD California expands scholarships SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) - California is promising to spend at least $1.2 billion each year to create the nation's biggest state scholarship program, covering college tuition for hll needy students with at least a "C" 'average. Under legislation signed yester- day by Gov. Gray Davis, the state will expand its current Cal-Grant program starting...…

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… LOCAL/S TATE The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, September 12, 2000- 3 *CRIME Domestic abuse incident lands husband in jail Department of Public Safety offi- cers responded to a domestic abuse call early Friday afternoon at the Northwood II Apartments on Cram Circle, DPS reports state. Upon investigating the scene, offi- cers arrested a male subject and placed him under custody in the Washtenaw County Jail. The victim was escorted to a Safe Hous...…

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…4 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, September 12, 2000 cte Sitigti $$Qi g Instant run-off voting: How to shake up the system 420 Maynard Street Ann Arbor, M1 48109_ daily. letters@umich.edu Edited and managed by students at the University of Michigan F or the past couple of elections, the two major parties, Republicans and Democ- rats, have been getting more and more con- cerned about third party candidates. Some can MIKE SPAHN Editor in Ch...…

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… NATION/WORLD The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, September 12, 2000 - 7 *NAPST5 Continued from Page 1 acss to Napster. Indiana University Information Tech- iology Officer Mark Bruhn said his "institution has shut off Napster access twice. "The first time was due to network capacity concerns, which we fixed," said Bruhn. "However the second time we blocked it in mid-April after Metallica filed a lawsuit against Napster. We were concerned .about th...…

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… Don't 'sleep' through it... TEhe Michigan Theater opens irts all Coms4iiedy Miasters Series With Woody ',7llen'S "Sleeper." 7 puln. t:- nichigandaily. corn/arts Ufkye Ld jigN ARTS : ' ;' ; ;i .,,, . ~ '4 TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 12,, 2000 '.,. i #Festival h eadlner By Christian Hoard 1) lily arts W iter T his veai 's Ann Arbor Blues and Jazz F est experienced aiiother major setback vesterday when it was announced that Stanley Turrentine, the e...…

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…9-The Michigan Daily -Tuesday, September 12, 2000 Outbound, Bela Fleck & The Flecktones; Columbia By Ben Oxenburg For Daily Arts Outbound shows that Bela Fleck & The Flecktones have come a long ways and possess the method and mind-set to take themselves even fur- ther. The Flecktones are continuing to do what they do best: Experiment. The band's tight sound is apparent as Bela and co. delve into a variety of differ- ent musical genres. In add...…

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…10 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, September 12, 2000 ARTS 'Girlfriends' a 'Sex 'Big Brother' runs. into big problems and the City ' clone for UPN audiences The Los Angeles 'imes HOLLYWOOD -- New prime-time season, old standards. "Girlfriends" affirms that Democratic vice-presidential candidate Joseph 1. Lieberman is right about much of televi- sion being exceptionally raunchy. In fact, Monday night that bar was raised even higher (or l...…

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… *eedsters How many yards will Justin Fargas return home with. Is the A-Train lead- ing the way? How is freshman Chris Perry shaping up? Check on-line for Michigan's rushing leaders. iti higandaily .com /sports R--rr-S TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 12, 2000 11: Mum on B r enson, Carr praises his star backup By Mark Francescutti Daily Sports Editor Peanut butter and jelly, sour cream and onion, cOntroversy and quarterback - they all come hand in han...…

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… 12 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday. September 12, 2000 1L 1l le I111VIfi f 11 V w1I wvv n yn t vv .v.. rl O ...901mmmb- (:)F CHRIS DUPREY MAC,, BY JOE SMITH DAILY SPORTS WRITER ien he was 10 years old, sopho- more Andy Hilbert attended leg- endarv Michigan coach Red Berenson's hockey camp. In awe of the man who had made history in his 17-year NHL career with the New York Rangers, Detroit Red Wings and St. Louis Blues before taking the...…

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… The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, September 12, 2000 - 13 rotesters greet U.S. hoopsters MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) - and waited while team officials, hotel Virtual prisoners in their own hotel, personnel and police decided how to U.S. Olympic basketball teams get them out of the building so they might be heading to Sydney earlier could make the one-mile trip to their than planned. practice facility at Melbourne Park. Protesters surrounded the Cr...…

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…14 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, September 12, 2000 Goalies splitting time for field hockey By Benjamin Singer Daily Sports Writer The graduation of goaltender Kati Oakes has left Michigan's field hockey net wide open. With Oakes forgoing her final year of cli- gibility, Michigan coach Marcia Pankratz has decided that for now, two heads are bet- ter than one. Junior Maureen Tasch and freshman Molly Maloney have been alternating starts for ...…

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… The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, September 12, 2000a15 Cophers suing Haskins 4'or $1.5M MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - The University of Minnesota is suing for- mer basketball coach Clem Haskins, looking to recover its SI.5 million con- tract buvout and contending he lied about academic cheating. "The university got ripped oft, and we want our money back," university lawyer Lorie Gildea said Monday at a O s conference. Gildca said Haskins' admission to the...…

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…16 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, September 12, 2000 Key votes ahead on China trade legislation WASHINGTON (AP) - Supporters of major legislation to permanently normalize trade with China girded for a key vote on link- ing trade relations to China's obeying weapons proliferation agreements. Sens. Fred Thompson (R-Tenn.) and Robert Torricelli (D-N.J.)yesterday proposed an amendment to the trade bill outlining sanctions on foreign companies an...…

September 12, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 142) • Page Image 1

…w r One hundred ten years ofeditonilfreedom 7471 ti NEWS: 76-DAILY CLASSIFIED: 764-0557 www mlchlgandaily. com Wednesday September 12, 2001 - - ------ I- AP PHOTO Flames burst from the south tower of the World Trade Center after a hijacked United Airlines 767 passenger jet slammed into the 110-story building shortly after another plane crashed into the north tower yesterday. Trade Center collapses after attack Students were left stunne...…

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…2 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 12, 2001 AMERICA IN CRISIS I Bush.: WASHINGTON (AP) - A grim-faced Presi- dent Bush mourned the deaths of thousands of Americans in yesterday's atrocities and vowed to avenge their killings. "Today, our nation saw evil" he said. In his first prime-time Oval Office address, Bush said the United States would retaliate against "those behind these evil acts," and any country that harbors them. Bush...…

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… AMERICA IN CRISIS The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 12, 2001- 3 15,000 attend vigil on Diag in memory of those killed From staff reports Candlelight filled the area stretching from the Harlan Hatcher Graduate Library to the Diag flagpole and from Angell Hall to West Hall last night as an estimated 15,000 mem- bers of the University community came together to promote peace and unity at an impromptu vigil honoring the victims of yes- t...…

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…4 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 12, 2001 NATION/WORLD - Call from plane details hijacking SHANKSVILLE, Pa. (AP) - A passenger on United Airlines Flight 93 called on his cell phone from a locked bathroom and delivered a chilling message. "We are being hijacked, we are being hijacked!" Minutes later the jetliner crashed in western Penn- sylvania with 45 people aboard, the last of four closely timed terror attacks across the coun...…

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… LOCAL/STATE The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 12, 2001- 5 IGHER ED Woman would. have been on hijacked flight MINNEAPOLIS - Ally Carnes, originally from Cape Cod, Mass., understands the weight of yesterday's events more so than many other trav- elers. Carnes was originally scheduled to be on the flight - from Boston to Los Angeles - believed to be the one that crashed into the World Trade renter in New York. "I wanted to get out earl...…

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…6 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 12, 2001 OP/ED 4 a g aiIg 420 MAYNARD STREET ANN ARBOR, MI 48109 daily. letters@umich.edu c ( We have lived a very safe and coddled ___ _ EDITED AND MANAGED BY STUDENTS AT THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN SINCE 1890 GEOFFREY GAGNON Editor in Chief MICHAEL GRASS NICHOLAS WOOMER Editorial Page Editors life in this country. And now we are.like the rest of the world." The Washington Post's Marc Fi...…

September 12, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 142) • Page Image 7

… AMERICA IN CRISIS The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 12, 2001 Rpisar total Cre Republicans call for total retaliation, justice -7 The Washington Post WASHINGTON - Branding the attacks on the World Trade Center and Pentagon yesterday as acts of war, leading Republicans clled on the Bush administration to target foreign govern- ments that lend rhetorical and tangible aid to ter- rorist organizations. "We can find out who these people a...…

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…8 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 12, 2001 4 FOR RENT ANIMAL CARETAKING JOBS for NOW HIRING Part or full time Close to Campus, Med. Center, & Downtown interested and motivated students. For info counter help. Flexible hours, great 3 Bedroom $1350 call Linda 764-8553. pay, excellent benefits. Please 4 Bedroom $1550 call Jenny @ (734) 678-6733. Rooms in 4 bedroom house $450 ARE YOU an ambitious freshman or (734) 323-3918 sophomore?...…

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…-I AMERICA IN CRISIS The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 12, 2001- 9 Americans watch in horror as TV captures attacks NEW YORK (AP) - Television became a national gathering place on a terror-filled day, replaying unimaginable scenes of a plane crashing into the World Trade Center and its skyscrapers collapsing. Newspapers rushed out special editions. Many headlines said simply: "TERROR." When the first of two planes hit the Man- h...…

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…10 - The Michigan Daily.- Wednesday, September 12, 2001 AMERICA IN CRISIS I Thousands eared dead as four hiackedjets crash ATTACK Continued from Page 1 Classes for the day were canceled around noon. About 15,000 students attended a vigil in the Diag last night, shortly after President George Bush made his first address from the Oval Office. "I'm a former student from (New York University) and I'm still waiting to hear from people," said L...…

September 12, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 142) • Page Image 11

… Go Weekend... It's back and it's better than ever. Weekend, Etc. is coming at ya tomorrow featuring a look back at the lazy days of summer. michigandaily.com /arts ARTS WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 12, 2001 11 11 DVD MADNESS FOR THE KIDS 'Memento' delivers as a vivid film, lacks as a strong DVD 'The Goonies' are still good enough By: Jeff Dickerson Daily TV/New Media Editor In a year ripe with mediocrity, Christopher Nolan's indie thriller "M ...…

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…12 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 12, 2001 ARTS 'Band of Brothers' a literal tour de force in war drama By Ryan Blay Daily Arts Writer The good news for those who are sick of the hype over HBO's latest acclaimed miniseries, "Band of Brothers:" It will all be over in just two months. The good news for fans of the show, which Band of debuted with two episodes last Sun- Brothers day: There will be another new Grade: B+ episode eve...…

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…F Goldman, Sachs & Co. Thursday, September 13, 2001 Women's Lunch for Juniors and Seniors Pizza House, 618 Church Street 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM RSVP to marisa.brillhart@gs. corm Thursday, September 13, 2001 Firmwide Information Session for Juniors and Seniors The Michigan League, Ballroom 6: 1 5 PM - 8: 15 PM 0 …

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…4 SPORTS WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 12, 2001 14. Game on? Sports world mourns, considers postponement of more of its events 0 NEW YORK (AP) - Major league baseball postponed its entire schedule of 15 games last night following terrorist attacks in New York and Washington. Baseball commissioner Bud Selig made the decision about Status of M' sports Because of terrorist tragedies, the status of Michigan's sporting events this weekend is up in ...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 12, 2001- 15 IRM, Young icers face tough early schedule NCAA games in doubt for this weekend By Naweed Sikora Daily Sports Writer If the Michigan hockey team wants to return to the Frozen Four this season, it will have to travel a long and difficult road. After the 2000-2001 campaign, Michigan was forced to say good- bye to 11 players. Junior Hobey Baker Award finalist Andy Hilbert and senior Jeff...…

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…16 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 12, 2001 Field hockey searching for offensive punch -! By Brian Steere Daily Sports Writer In the 2000 Michigan field hockey campaign, goal- keeper Maureen Tasch recorded a total of three shutouts. After just six games in the 2001 season, the senior has already surpassed her mark from a year ago. The No. 4 Wolverines (4-2) have yet to surrender a goal in each of their four victories. "We've re...…

September 12, 2002 (vol. 113, iss. 8) • Page Image 1

…Thursday September 1, 2002 @2002 The Michigan Daily Ann Arbor, Michigan TODAY: Su nn., and One-hundred-eleven years of editorialfreedom clear through- out the day. Clear and cool throughout the night. }A ~54 Tomorrow. 1161i Vol. CXIII, No. 8 wwwmkhigandailycom w 1111111 111 - - ---- --------------------------- -- -- ------- III Photos by DAVID KATZ/Daily, AP. Photo illustration by DANNY MOLOSHOK/Daily Above: Last night saw students and...…

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…4 2A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 12, 2002 NATION/WORLD Events of Sept. 11 honored abroad LONDON (AP) - From a dusty embassy compound in Afghanistan to London's cathedrals and mosques, millions around the world gathered yesterday to remember those who died in the Sept. 11 attacks and to offer prayers for peace and tolerance. At London's St. Paul's Cathedral, 3,000 white rose petals fluttered down from the dome - one for eAch...…

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… REMEMBERING 9/11/01 The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 12, 2002 - 3A Students' kind actions speak louder than words By Erin Saylor For the Daily Students bustling through the Diag couldn't help but notice the large board erected opposite the Harlan Hatcher Graduate Library that said "Together We Fall, United We Stand," listing the names of the 2,801 people who lost their lives in the terrorist attacks. Tacked over the names to form ...…

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…4 4A - The Michigan Daily -Thursday, September 12, 2002 OP/ED abe irig~u7aiui~g 420 MAYNARD STREET ANN ARBOR, MI 48109 letters@michigandaily.com EDITEDAND MANAGED BY STUDENTS AT THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN SINCE 1890 JON SCHWARTZ Editor in Chief JOHANNA HANINK 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 ...…

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… REMEMBERING 9/11/01 The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 12, 2002 - 5A Michiganders pause, reflect during state- wide vigils The Associated Press Silence fell across parts of Michigan for an eerie minute yesterday, a moment of remembrance that observers said was a ringing display of honor and perseverance. Tears filled Rita Williams' eyes as 16 doves - represent- ing those with Michigan ties killed in last year's terrorist attacks - wer...…

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…4 6A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 12, 2002 REMEMBERING 9/11/01 i 4 { i RE 1V E 1V B E R 4 DAVID AiLGER David Alger was a fixture on Wall Street for . almost 30 years. As president and chief execu- tive officer of Fred Alger Management, he> worked from the 93rd floor of the North Tower of the World Trade Center as well as many Wall Street coffee shops during lunch. CLASS OF 1968 Over a cheeseburger and apple pie, he loved...…

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… REMEMBERING 9/11/01 The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 12, 2002 - 7A OUR UNIVERSITY ALUMNI JOSHUA ROSENTHAL Josh Rosenthal's passion for public policy served as the driving force behind his studies and ideas. Remembered by his mother, Marilyn, for his optimistic goals and grasp on reality, Rosenthal <. graduated from the University in 1979 with a CLASS OF 1979 bachelor's in political science. Following his years at the University, Ros...…

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…4 8A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 12, 20 !!!PARKING- DIRECTLY ACROSS from South and West Quad - Immediate Availabil- ity! 741-9300. **PARKING SPACES AVAILABLE** 665-8825. PARKING SPACE AVAIL. S. Univ. & For- rest. $500/sem. Call 734-657-0124 John. PARKING SPACE AVAIL. State & Wash- ington. Call 734-945-4251. WE HAVE A LIMITED NUMBER OF SPACES NEAR THE U OF M HOSPITAL ON SHUTTLE AND B6SJ ROUTES AT MAIDEN LANE AND BROADWAY, START...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 12, 2002 - 9A Bush concludes three- 'city tour with speech from Ellis Island International sorrow BUSH Continued from Page 1A Armed anti-aircraft missiles were deployed around the nation's capital and military aircraft patrolled the skies over a dozen cities as the nation paused in solemn tribute. Bright TV lights bathed an American flag fly- ing over Bush's left shoulder and the Statue of Liberty ov...…

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…4 10A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 12, 2002 REMEMBERING 9/11/01 United we stand Hospital employe Sept. 114 By Christopher Johnson Daily Staff Reporter Medical professionals paused yes- terday for a courtyard service at the University Hospital to remember the victims of last year's attacks and the heroes who emerged. "To be human is to remember and to be healed is to remember," Staff Chaplain Tom Burdette said during the ce...…

September 12, 2002 (vol. 113, iss. 8) • Page Image 11

…Michigan border unprotected, lax By Andrew M ack Daly Staff Reporter REMEMBERING 9/11/01 The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 12, 2002 -11A 'U' gives staff, students ways to remember day "It's not something I even think about a lot' LSA freshman Allie McGongle said. She said she feels more threatened in her hometown of Chicago because it is a more likely target than Ann Arbor for terrorist attacks. But opinions about Michigan's recently...…

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…4 September 12, 2002 michigandaily.com sportsdesk@umich.edu PORTSichigan Haag 12A 4 Irish ties run deep for Blue's Rumishek JOE SMITH By Joe Smith Daily Sports Editor Not many teenagers growing up loathed Michigan more than Dan Rumishek. The fifth-year senior defensive lineman is an old-fashioned Irish Catholic from the Chicago suburbs, and is from a large family of Notre Dame supporters. "I grew up as the biggest Notre Dame fan in th...…

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…The Michigan Dlv - Thu'rdav. Septembe~r 12. 2002 -13 A suy11 . ,. < . s.. n New faces, same goals for golfers i By Matt Kramer Daily Sports Writer Coming off its finest season ever, which included a record six tournament victories, the Michigan women's golf team opens its fall season this weekend and looks to defend its title at the 54-hole Wolverine Invitational at the Michigan Golf Course. MICHIGAN "It's always exciting to start the se...…

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…4 14A - The Mich y - Thur September 12. 2002 Looking for Adventure...? Experience Japan at the Wish you were in Barcelona? Study abroad with ISIS in the Fall, Winter, Spring, or Summer Term. Spanish language offered at all levels. Programs in the social sciences, architecture, finance, management (in English), and Spanish immersion. Small classes.iTranscripted by Portland State University (10-13 credits, 8 in summer). Spanish Homestays ...…

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…lw * w -w w ww lw ww T 'wr -w- 1 2B - The Michigan Daily - Weekend Magazinn - Thursday, September 12, 2002 The Michigan Daily - Weekend Magazine - Thu Random student doesn't like hippies or Saddam Hussein Saturday By Neal Pals Daily Arts Writer The Michigan Daily: Hello, is Michael in? Random Student: This is him. TMD: You've been selected to participate in the first Michigan Daily Random Student Interview of the year. Isn't that s...…

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…qw lw V-W -~ - V V W 14B - The Michigan Daily - Weekend Magazine - Thursday, September 12, 2002 A guide to who's where Thursday, Sept.12 what's happening and why through you needto be there ...Tk Wednesday, Sept.18 Films opening The Michigan Daily - Weekend aigazine - Thu Ann Arbor's newest alternative the THE MADSTONE THEATER The Barbershop If only Ice Cube and1 Cedric The Entertainer could recreatec the hilarity of those barbershop s...…

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…v w W w w w wwwW qw W ! 7 4B - The Michigan Daily - Weekend Magazine - Thursday, September 12, 2002 Secrets of the pros 314 Chef Matt Martone of Zydeco presents ... S. Main St. Blackened Fish with Dirty Rice The Michigan Daily - Weekend Magazine - Thui ELITE ENTERTAINMENT EXPOSITII p JEFF DICKERSON -LESS THA ZERO AN OPEN LETTER TO MAYOR MCCHEESE COOKING INSTRUCTIONS Blackened Fish This dish can be prepared with just about any kind of...…

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