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December 13, 1999 (vol. 110, iss. 52) • Page Image 1

… M E M O RAT I V E M I L L E N N I U M E D I ENT ERING T HE YEAR 2000 T I O N Monday December 13, 1999 v.:o£at . ,,.J.. _.. : .rSS.haha r .a.-3, .k.i sn r:. >.. ?t%. eG^a. <..x _._. S makes education ilable to masses illennium, students from learned the great books. irts at the University of University pro- national football reates, the polio : into space and tury, there was no great institution of Seale;" said Princeton kJ Shapiro, wh...…

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…11 - The Michigan Daily - Monday, December 13, 199 1981: Started in 1977, Apple Computers, Inc. brings the personal computer to the height of technology in the 1980s. Harvard University drop-out Bill Gates introduces Microsoft, making himself a billionaire along the way. 1982: "'Cause this is thriller, thriller night." Under a full moon, Michael Jackson turns werewolf, and the white-gloved King of Pop defines himself as a lasting symbol of '8...…

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…* I Weather Today: Cloudy. High 41. Low 32. "TIomorrow: Rain. High 43. Vol. CX, No. 52 State cops to0 record race, sex of drivers By Nick Bunkley Daily Staff Reporter Responding to allegations nationwide that police unfairly target minorities when making traffic stops, next month the Michigan State Police officers will begin logging the race and gender of all drivers they pull over. "We've got to take several steps to Oeassure the public that ...…

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…2A -The Michigan Daily - Monday, December 13, 1999 NATION/WORLD STUDENTS Continued from Page 1A thing about computers," he said. Some students said they are leav- ing it up to their family members to worry about the craze. "I'm not worried, but my mom has bottled water and food saved up," said LSA sophomore Jenna Williams. Taking the matters into their own hands, a few students are relying on themselves to be Y2K ready. "I'm saving bank sta...…

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… LOCAL/STATE The Michigan Daily - Monday, December 13, 1999 - 3A l°: CAP/ 19M Markley resident barricades self in room to study A student in Mary Markley Residence Hall barricaded himself in his room esday afternoon until the Ann Arbor re Department and Department of Public Safety officials arrived to remove him, DPS Det. Wesley Skowron said. According to Skowron, the student wanted to finish a term paper and did not want to be bothered. ...…

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…4A - The Michigan Daily - Monday, December 13, 1999 Sirbigun ~ai1g 420 Maynard Street Ann Arbor, MI 48109 daily. Ietters@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, letters and cartoons do not necessa...…

December 13, 1999 (vol. 110, iss. 52) • Page Image 7

…INS Don McKellar's "Last Night" screens at the Michigan Theater. This is a wonderful film that deals with the last night on Earth and tonight may be your last chance to see it in Ann Arbor. 9:30 p.m. S r" '1t' . .r. . ac r x r ' '' r t ' i F , p , ' n , r°'. y:.3 / xsr'i6 :' . 1 y fApM Next year in Daily Arts: * Daily A rts is done for the sernester. We'll be back next semes- ter with reviews of holday films such as "Magnola," "Any Given Su...…

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… LOCAL/STATE The Michigan Daily - Monday, December 13, 1999 -' 7A UKE Continued from Page IA said. "And all of a sudden they're com- ing down and ramming it up our - our throats." But as will likely be the tragic flaw in this team's drama, the Michigan defense could not hold. Instead of another easy dunk, this time Duke's Carlos Boozer dished to Battier for the layup. When Michigan couldn't answer, Ellerbe first opted for tough defense and h...…

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…8A - The Michigan Daily - Monday, December 13, 1999 ee falters in sade durg 'Ride' By Ed Sholinsky Daily Film Editor Take a great director (Ang Lee) and a great screenwriter (James Schamus) who have worked well together in the past ("The Ice Storm"), give them a large budget and a big concept and what do you have? In the case of Ride with the Devil Opens at the Michigan Theater Dec. 17 script is silly andl action scene. "Ride with the De...…

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… The Michigan Daily - Monday, December 13, 1999 - 9A noriginal 'Anna'uses %verdone eas, story k Podoisky ArsWrite "Anna and the King" is the second daptation of the tale of Anna eonowens of England and King ongkut of Siam to hit screens this ear, after the disastrous animated ttempt at "The King and I."The title of latest effort should be warning nogh, placing the woman Anna first a our minds - look, kids, a feminist telling of Rodgers and Ha...…

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…10A - The Michigan Daily - Monday, December 13, 1999 Broadway Bridge, M-14 construction to be delayedL By Robert Gold Daily Staff Reporter No one likes road construction hassles and construction projects taking place concurrently only compounds the problem. In an effort to avoid this problem in Ann Arbor, the city will delay the reconstruction of the Broadway Bridge until autumn, Director of Public Services William Wheeler said. Road work on ...…

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…MILLENNIUM The Michigan Daily - Monday. December 13, 1999 - III Persian Gulf War. The growth of ky. The O.J. Simpson trial. e death of Princess Diana. All The last in a seven-part series chroniding the University of a Michigan not orb 1991: A soldier cries as he sits on an airplane next to a body bag containing his friend'sremains. The conflict in the Persian Gulf leaves 148 Americans dead. ke a 11 ri )erit Pandora's box scandal ...…

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…IV - The Michigan Daily - Monday, December 13 1999 0 ' snt e A centur's worth of images of the University from The Michigan Daily:s photo archive 0 Clockwise from top: Chris Webber hangs his head after he mistakingly called a time out in the 1993 NCAA men's basketball finals. Students welcome presidential candidate Eugene McCarthy to campus on Nov. 10, 1967. Hundreds of University students crowd into President Lee Bollinger's home after Mi...…

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…Cite w 41gttn ttil 1 V Pagele )ffense ignites hockey for weekend sweep Y Stephanie Offen aily Sports Writer Although fans may not have realized it, Yost Ice rena was on fire Saturday night. The fire alarm which blared during Saturday night's ichigan victory over Nebraska-Omaha may have a false alarm, but it signaled that something else as ablaze. The Michigan hockey team reignited a fire this eekend as it pulled off its first home weekend ...…

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…- The Michigan Daily - December 13, 1999 - SportsMonday I Establishing ground game crucial in Orange Bowl clash with Tide By Andy Latack Daily Sports Editor It's the matchup everyone has been anticipating for... a little over a week. Ever since Alabama shocked Florida, 34-7, in the SEC title game - earning the Crimson Tide the chance to face Michigan in the Orange Bowl - Wolverine fans have been forced to revise their outlook on the bowl game...…

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…SportsMonday - December 13, 1999 - The Michigan Daily - 3B 'Wrestlers work some magic of their own By Ryan C. Moloney Daily Sports Writer EAST LANSING -You knew it was going to be war before it even started. A raucous crowd and an intrastate rivalry on a Friday night juiced up the Jenison Fieldhouse - a creaky old arena hat once housed the Spartan basketball team - to an atmosphere of excitement comparable to the Magic days. Unfortunately fo...…

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…4B - The Michigan Daily - SportsMonday - December 13, 1999 Puck talk 'If we'd lost these games, we would have shot ourselves in the foot It was a huge weekend for us." - Junior forward Mark Kosick on Michigan's sweep of the Mavericks. Michigan 6 Nebraska-Omaha 2 f3,3 Michigan 6 YV Nebraska-Omaha 1 Key Play Saturday, 2:53 into the first period. Junior /Jh Lan gf/dicks ola finhigan scoring tr en-l hi hla. rnt a poi'wc -rp'l slt past Nehraska...…

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…The Michigan Daily - SportsMonday - December 13, 1999 = 58 C"" "' Quote of the weekend "I don't think my (shot selection) was that good. We forced some shots. As the point guard, I take responsibility for that." - Michigan freshman Jamal Crawfrd, who scored 27 points against Duke, but made oni two of nine 3-point shots. U Duke 103 Player of the game Duke forward Shane Battier The Mfichigan native erased a poor homecom- ing pee formance two...…

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…6B - The Michigan Daily - December 13, 1999 - SportsMonday 'M' gymnasts continue tradition If the Michigan women's gymnas- tics team wants to improve on last year's sec- ond-place show- ing, It will need strong contribu- tions from people like Erin McWatt (left) and Jodie Rosenberg. ALEX WOLK/Qaily I By Sarah Ensor ) VS1 wIAWriter Above the Michigan women's gym- nastics team's bench on the west wal of ClifT Keen Arena, a hanner proclaims. ...…

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…B - The Michigan Daily - Monday, December 13, 1999 a ,x .n a 4 0 ' 4- r "; yrr H s 0 I a P0 "!* LONGSLEEVE,: ,qw? .r .rx T. ,-SIR TSx * EMBROIDERED T-SHIRTS* 5 *b ES HOTS*HAS -SIRS * EMBROIDRD T-HIIS *BAYOLT-HRTF r_0 * SAG lI SRAP OP *KISr SIRS , l KISLNSEEETSITS*RNE TSIT *TAKTOS RENNL1BXEeSHRT*.FllD HTS * BOXER BRlEFS* POCKETED COTTON SHORTS. …

December 13, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 49) • Page Image 1

…I Irraan One hundred four years of editorial freedom Vo,.: CV- N .'^n tti Z lk U.N. peacekeepers The Washington Post Michael Rose, was in the Serb strong- ZAGREB, Croatia - Two wire- hold of Pale seeking permission for stay guided antitank missiles, fired from helicopter evacuation of the injured the Serb positions, blasted a U.N. armored soldier. con personnel carrier yesterday, wound- The attack, which Risley termed a yesi ing four Bangla...…

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…2 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, December 13, 1994 RUSSIA Continued from page 1 The attack brought a fruitless retalia- tory raid by Russian fighter jets and helicopters. Their bombs ruptured and set fire to a gas refinery pipeline, but no casualties were reported and the fire was quickly extinguished. Sgt. Usman Saltayev, commander of the Chechen artillery unit, said he saw three plumes of smoke rising from the line of about 40 Russian tank...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, December 13, 1994 - 3 ROTC launches Toys for Tots drive By MARIA KOVAC Daily Staff Reporter The Toys for Tots program was born when a Marines Corps officer's wife made a rag doll for child who was not going to receive any Christ- mas gifts that year. The Marines and Midshipmen of the University's Navy ROTC unit has brought this U.S. Marine Corps Re- terve holiday charity program to cam- pus again this year, takin...…

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…4 - The Michigan Daily -- Tuesday, December 13, 1994 c be Skbigun &tlg 420 Maynard Ann Arbor, MI 48109 Edited and managed by students at the University of Michigan Jessie Halladay Editor in Chief Samuel Goodstein Flint Wainess Editorial Page Editors Unless otherwise noted, unsigned editorials reflect the opinion of a majority of the Daily's editorial board. All other articles, letters, and cartoons do not necessarily reflect the opinion o...…

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…_______ ______________________________The Michigan Daily - Tuesday,_December 13, 1994 - 5 SophoIores struggle with second-ye rum G rades, social relations plum m et "The term 'sophomore slump' is a want to use the skills to further their more slump not as the cause of their tem and still get by," Roth said. generalization that I've heard, but it is knowledge in future classes. panic, but as a result of it. "They'll realize that they're setting...…

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…6- The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, December 13, 1994 '93 JAZZ voltage Trek men's 18 in. black mountain bike. $125. 475-2584 after 6 p.m. **BEER SWEATSHIRTS *** Lg. - XXX, most beer logos avail. Ask for Jeff or lye, mess. 1-800/US1 -LOGO. DIVE GEAR, SKIS- reg., BCD., Oct., exc. cond. Great deal, must sell. Call Brian at 665- 8169. FOR SALE- 4-place coffee cup, plate, and serving plate in mint condition. U-M 1937 Wedgwood and Barlaston, Etruria, ...…

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… The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, December 13, 1994 - 7 I TYPING & WRITING I LOVE TO volunteer at Wildflour com- SPRING BREAK Re s. wanted now! Resumes, cover letters, applications & munity bakery. You might toot Come by 208 Acapulco from , $499, acun fron $399, essays. Ann Arbor Typing 994-5515. N. Fourth or call 994-0601. Jamaica from $459. Call Dan 665-6122. nP A nAl 1 uiP1 M fA MICHIGAN TELEFUND is now hiring for Regency Travel 209S. State...…

December 13, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 49) • Page Image 8

….RT '-.:4 Paul Martinez is on in 'Miss Saigon' By MELISSA ROSE BERNARDO In his first real audition out of the University, Paul Martinez had to swim across a pool while singing his audi- tion piece. "Well it takes place in the water, so ...," he laughed. He did get into that show ("The Frogs," an obscure Stephen Sondheim show), and seven years later he is sitting pretty in the first national tour- ing company of "Miss Saigon," play- ing Det...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, December 13, 1994 - 9 Director's misguided 'Measure for Measure' Ivy Lately Seed Records If Nico rose from the dead to front Madder Rose, the combination just might sound like Ivy. On this excel- lent EP, the trio forges wildly sweet, jangly pop tunes led by the breathy, Parisian-accented vocals of lead singer Dominique Durand. Backed by the just-edgy-enough guitar of Andy Chase and the subtle but effec- tive b...…

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…10 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, December 10, 1994 Quirky songwriter Wally Pleasant makes the absurd sublime BY ELLA de LEON Wally Pleasant has played to an audience in Jamaica. No joke. "The first show I ever actually played guitar at was when (my family and I) went on vacation to Jamaica when I was 15, and at the resort we were at, there was a talent show. I think I knew the 12-bar blues, and I got together with the resort band and play...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, December 13, 1994 - 11 -, w L A .ter-"'.....rte Y 1110, ;.. ;, ,:' j, _, !_ ; - , d' _. ,.a - V So "Drop Zone" may not win any Oscars. Who cares? Wesley Snipes is still really hot. 'Drop Zone' fails into the void fI By JOSHUA RICH Early in "Drop Zone," Pete Nessip (Wesley Snipes) and his brother, Terry, played by "Cosby Show" alum- nus, Malcolm-Jamal Warner, take federal prisoner Earl Leedy (Michael Jeter...…

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…12 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, December 13, 1994 'Six Degrees' of closeness at Hilberry a#I By MELISSA ROSE BERNARDO The story of John Guare's "Six Degrees of Separation" falls into the category of "strange but true." It's Six Degrees' of Separation Hilberry Theatre November 28, 1994 this strange tale more than you'd like. The play opens in the East Side, high-rise Manhattan apartment of Flan and Ouisa Kittredge (Michael Hankins and L...…

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… Men's Basketball vs. Pennsylvania Tonight, 7:30 p.m. (ESPN) Crisler Arena i i S Women's Basketball vs. Ohio Tomorrow, 7:30 p.m. Crisler Arena The ichgan ail Tueday Deembe 13 199 Pae 1 Football team wary of CSU Rams out for blood in first postseason since 1990 By BRETT FORREST Daily Football Writer The Michigan football team rests on uncomfortable terrain - the ex- panse between losing its final game and trying for redemption in a minor ...…

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…. .. P 14 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, December 13, 1994 Blue goes for seventh-straight GLI Short-handed unit gears up for State, Tech, Cornell at Joe Louis (I By TOM SEELEY Daily Hockey Writer For the last 30 years, the Great Lakes Invitational has given teams a chance to work off those holiday meals and get back on the ice after taking a few weeks off for exams. But when Michigan, Michigan State, Michigan Tech, and Cornell face off De...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, December 13, 1994 - 15 .Women tankers head for Hawaii By MARC DILLER Daily Sports Writer As the sun sets in the west and the vacation draws near, students are mak- ing their mass exodus home for the holiday season. Not the women's swimming and diving team. The No. 4 Wolverines head to the Aloha State Dec. 17 for two weeks of fun, practicing and competition in the r blazing sun. The closest Michigan will come to a...…

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…16 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, December 13, 1994 'M' wrestlers given short break By Tim Smith Daily Sports Writer While most people will be enjoy- ing good food and a relaxing time throughout the holiday break, the Michigan wrestling team will have to cut its festivities a little short in order to get back to business. After a week off for the holidays, the Wolverines will be back in Ann Arbor December 27 to prepare for the annual Holida...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Tuesday. December 13, 1994 - 17 tRECORDS Continued from page 9 Life" (hey, is that a lost Pearl Jam song?) provides a fine backdrop for Buckley to flex his vocal muscles. Following the choirboy-sweet "Cor- pus Christi Carol," it also underscores Buckley's incredible range. He seems as comfortable with his falsetto as his 4 raspy middle register. With "Grace," Buckley proves that he can not only overtake his father's shad...…

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…18 -The Michigan Daily --Tuesday, December 13, 1994 z AMIL. M r - -- ----------- I If this is what you look like after finals, rent a movie from Liberty St. Video and revitalize yourself. Good Time Charley's ] Take a Study Break.... ...we know that studying for finals can be grueling, so we offer a full menu of tasty ways to beat the late-night- cram-munchies. Whether you just want an appetizer or a full meal, our Monster Fries...…

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