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January 13, 2000 (vol. 110, iss. 59) • Page Image 1

… 4v I twtt I ''. i 3x C q -Lc .w ..k W1 Wginhar~ki wwM u uur u Today: Mostly cloudy. High 30. Low 25. Tomorrow: Sunny. High 35. One hundred nine years ofeditorzWfreedom Thursday January 13, 2000 ------------ ---1 4p IAVN ,Il.i Minority housing pushed at J'western University of Michigan provides no minority Greek housing By Jose Gingrich Daily Staff Reporter A proposal adopted by Northwestern niversity's Associated Student Government ear...…

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…a 2A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, January 13, 2000 Study: Students show interes civic service, not political p SURVEY Continued from Page 1A the political scene," Eklund said. Because of the students' lack of par- ticipation "there is no need for (politi- cians) to address" issues that concern "students Eklund said. "It's not acceptable that students dis- engage from politics," said Michigan Student Assembly Vice President Andy Coulouris...…

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…I _ - LOCAL/STATE ..O j J - y RESEARCH " *Study disproves traditional evolution theory A newly released study by University researchers in the anthro- pology department published in the January edition of the journal Molecular Biology and Evolution suggests a theory of human evolu- tion that disproves other research. The study, which is similar to the prominent "Out of Africa" theory, explains that two million years ago, a small number o...…

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…4 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, January 13, 1999 atle atchtputtl aadlj Win or lose, lawsuits provide students with rare gift 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...…

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… } /'77- / Students el Free Gray Mattr ow I 4 '° -4 Banish the forces that threaten our brains. Topple the tyranny of too many numbers. Now you can get voicemail over the Internet nd phone, 5t a minute calling and lots more. So take control. Get the service that combines your phone and messaging needs. ;. s , _. ":' ? . ^Ar (0000. 90 10 ro It's up to you, Michigan. Visit our tables or go to www.ThinkLink.com to sign up. pq I ...…

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…CAT LOST. Burns Park area. Brown Tabby, neutered, male with allergies. Special food needed. 665-0183 2 BDRM. AT 1026 Vaughn. Modern, furn., prkg . balcony. 669-8553 or 769-7025 (p.m.). 2 BDRM. AT 910 Packard. Modern, furn., prk., balcony. 662-5960 or 769-7025 (pm). 2 BDRMS. AVAILABLE for winter. Also. 4 bdrm. hse. up to 5 persons for May through Aug. Ldry., prkg., dispose, 2.5 bath, close to Union, AATA and UM bus. No pets or smoking. Call 73...…

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….. . ., 7inochet medical NATION/WORLD Dow Jones Industrial Average, NASDAQ and S&P 500 Composite for Week 1/5-1/12 The Michigan Daily - Thursday, January 13, 2000 - 7A I'eCOrG n recrds In limo LONDON (AP) - Pressure mounted on Britain's top law enforcement official yesterday to release medical records that may spell freedom for ailing former Chilean dictator Gen. Augusto Pinochet, detained for 15 months on charges of human rights abuses. ...…

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… MEN'S NCAA BASKETBALL Georgia Tech 57. (6) DUKE82 LSU 57, (10) Florida 82 (23) Temple 78, Fordham 61 (1) Cincinnati 72, TULSA 59. (15) Texas 78, TEXAS A&M 51. Purdue 69, (22) ILLNOIS 66. (19) Tulsa 75, CREIGTON 69. Marquette 69, (21) DePaul 60. (13) North Carolina at Wake Forest, Inc. WOMEN'S NCAA BASKETBALL (25) BOSTON COLL. 67 St. Johns 50, (1) CONNECTICUT 75, West Virginia 35, (9) Rutgers 60, GEORGETOWN 48. (16) TEXAS TECH 75, Colorado 5...…

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…Thursday, January 13, 2000 - The Michigan Daily - 9A Leon Jones lived in four cities in four years. He's struggled at times, but he's always overcome the challenges thrown at him. His life has been one big @.. BSTACLE COURSE By Chris Duprey Daily Sports Editor The Starter jacket felt nice in the cool California breeze. Leon Jones had wanted it for a long time, and his father was more than happy to oblige his son, the national- ly-ranked bas...…

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…10A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, January 13, 2000 --The Daily Grind--sm Let Sanders Mvien s gymniiasts run away from Lions was sitting in the Pontiac Silverdome, but if I closed my eyes, I could've sworn it was the Jim Beam distillery. Every time the man next to me slurred his encouragement for the Lions, the liquor on his breath could have killed a small child. Not wanting to tax his numbed brain any more than he had to, his monosyllabi...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Thursday, January 13, 2000 - 11A i-Ho, Gender and the Academ Double Lecture ~y Dr. Kyra Gaun and Dr. Cheryl Keyes ~,m, Pendeleton Room Michigan nion or more information, please contact Damon Williams, 936.1055, mlkteam@umich.edu S~orec b M KSym e~ p Panin o lmi ee n t N i -op and iulural tuies (o lective G~ Ga~tt wIIlrov de a Icure titled he Q Vbe ixing i5 ures wi 'cscussKop g p e a o ,rDaai course t ee in hd h~ op m Jica...…

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… Continued from page 12A quman Rights: The Middle East and North Africa Lecture 1pm, 1636 SSW" For more information Ma E Motagim,7640350 647.143,meringia~urich.edu ern and NothAfrcan Srtudies and- Department of Near Eastern Studies adcrer lYrQesoIrinerna tonal aio sat n riaIntem aeina urm n te i Rd a an l insideration: Film Screening and Discussion of Eyes on the Prize and At the River I Stand 1pm, Michigan League Michigan Room (Second Floor)...…

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…Thursday, January 13, 2000 - The Michigan Daily - 13A SperesBRIEFS Who- mas trying to bring CBA home DETROIT (AP) - Former Detroit Pistons star Isiah Thomas, who owns the Continental Basketball Association, said he expects to meet with Detroit Mayor Dennis Archer to start discus- sions to bring an expansion CBA team *the city. "I've been busy in Gary, Ind., and Flint," two of eight additional -cities where the nine-team CBA will be expanded, ...…

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…14A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, January 13, 2000 0 V 0 1 0 What's on the syllabus is what you're going to be reading. What you're going to pay, however, can be up to you. That is, if you shop at VarsityBooks.com. At VarsilyBooks.com you can save up to 40% on your textbooks, get them in one to three business days, and all of this from a Web site that's completely reliable and secure. So there you have it, you decide. Savings off...…

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… 16B - The Othigan Daily -Weeken etc. Magazine - Thursday, guary 13, 2000, a a a ... . tc 199 - The Year In Lists t- E ,JIrN V PYvN(l4PT E P$T TOP 10 ALBUMS (No Particular Order) DR. DRE -Dr. Dre 2001 RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE The Battle of Los Angeles MOBY Play BECK Midnite Vultures NINE INCH NAILS The Fragile THE ROOTS Things Fall Apart THE FLAMING LIps The Soft Bulletin BASEMENT JAXX Remedy EVERYTHING BUT THE Surrender BELA FLECK Blu...…

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… 0 M 0 28 - The MWhigan Daily - Weekend etc. Magazine --Thursday, Janary 13, 2000 0 0 oThe Michigan Daily -- Weekemd,4 A LTERNATIVES Artist Denyse Goulet's Opening Reception The Residential College Art Gallery exhibits Goulet's "Stealing the Show" painting series. 4 p.m., 701 E. University, free, 763- 0176. Soul Eclipse Artists Reggie Gibson and Mos Def celebrate their African- American traditions through hip-hop, music and other media ...…

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… nB - The Mihigan Daily- Weekend, etc. Magazine - hursday, January 132000. 0 0 Tie Michigan Daily-- Weekend ,etc. Ma A weekly guide to who's Thursday,Jan. 13 why you need to be there ... eL istWednesday, Jan. 19 NOT EVERY SONG REMAINS TH Music releases typify '99's mix of innovatiol Films opening Girl, interrupted *4 Winona goes crazy. And the audience goes ahhhhh! At Briarwood: 1, 4, 7, 9:50. At Quality 16: 11:10, 1:30, 4:20, 7, 9:35....…

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…- --- - 4B - The Michigan Daily - Weekend, et. Magazine --Thursday, January 13, 2000 0 Et 1999 - The Year In Books Usual publishing big shots can't shoot with Harry Potter The Michigan Daiiy =Weekende 1 1999 -- The Year in Film Movies spotlight stellar debuts, high-pr By Ben Goldstein Daily Books Editor How can one possibly do justice to a summary of last year's major develop- ments in literature? There were so many breakthroughs, so ma...…

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…0 The Michigan Daily -~Veekend, etc. ~M4 128 - The Vchiga Daily. - Weeken et . Magazine - Thursday, nuary 13, 2000 0 0 - f jLGtQ~ S~r~" The Michigan 'Daily - eekend, etc.Ma tc 1999 - The Year In New Media Garners hit the jackpot with Dreamcast r The 10 Best of 1999 1) Magnolia 2) American Beauty 3) The Sixth Sense 4) Election 5) Boys Don't Cry 6) The Insider 7) Three Kings 8) Toy Story 2s 9) Run Lola Run 10) Being John Malkovich We, ...…

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… 6B:: t, Michigan lDaly, - l , MaZ -,- Thr y, Jo! pry 13, QQQO. 0 0 Thte Michigan Dd;-- Weekfnd, et You TALKIN TO ME? JUST MY LUCK etc.1999 - The Year In Television Specks of light invade otherwise bafflu There are few better feelings than finishing up your last exam of the fall term and leaving town for the holidays. For a solid two weeks (or even more if you draw a lucky hand for your final exam schedule),. you're free of school and...…

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…10B -The IChigan Daily - Weekend, etc. Magazine - Thursday, January 13, 2000 0 k 1999 - The Year In Performing Arts Local arts scene trots globe, honors history in busy year The Michigan Daily - kend, et. Ma: A SMOKE-FILLED ROOM BY ANY OTHEI By ROUSMary Met Daily Arts Writer Janus, the mythological gatekeep- er for the New Year, is doing triple duty these days. Not only must he look back at the old year, he must catch a glimpse at the en...…

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… 0 0 0 0 0 8B The Michigan Daily - Weekend, etc. Magazine - Thursday, January 13th , 2000- Goo balls, dank veggie burritos, flying tortillas and cheesecake may have dictionary meanings to the outside world but very different connotations within the world of Phish fans. Writing an article on these fans would be rather pointless since it is a subculture that must be experienced to really understand. A photostory is perhaps a more accurate Y...…

March 13, 2000 (vol. 110, iss. 95) • Page Image 1

…I One hundred nine years of editorial freedom t4&WO i NEWS: 76-DAILY CLASSIFIED: 764-0557 www.michigandaity.com Monday March 13, 2000 4 . r 1 I Occupation to end after 37 days SCC to leave once artifacts are removed By Tiffany Maggard and Robert Gold Daily Staff Reporters Students of Color Coalition spokesman Joe Reilly announced last night that SCC is in the process of ending its occupation of the Michigamua office space on the...…

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…2A - The Michigan Daily - Monday, March 13, 2000 SCCplans to conclude JURC Continued fro occupation of tower MICHIGAMUA Continued from Page :IA said the issue is a concern of Michiga- mua's. "We've always agreed that the objects need to be removed. The whole reason we are here tonight is because we're saying 'let's remove everything and put it in a neutral location ... so Michigamua and SCC have no contact with it until Michigamua has a chan...…

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…4 LOCAL/STATE The Michigan Daily - Monday, March 13, 2000-3A Ford to host . foreign policy "conference at U' Former U.S. President Gerald Ford is scheduled to host a conference April 7 at the University which will examine how U.S. involvement in Indochina changed this country, its institutions of government, the mak- ing of foreign policy and attitudes toward the political process. The conference coincides with the 25th anniversary of the ...…

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…4A - The Michigan Daily - Monday, March 13, 2000 abe £k{biguu Dil Students observe campus governance only from afar 420 Maynard Street Ann Arbor, MI 48109 daily. letters@umich.edu Edited and managed by students at the University of Michigan MIKE SPAHN Editor in Chief EMILY ACHENBAUM Editorial Page Editor Unless otherwise noted, unsigned editorials reflect the opinion of the majority of the Daily's editorial board. Allother articles, lett...…

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… annes Big Winner The Michigan Theater screens Luc and Jean-Pierre Dardenne's "Rosetta," win- ner of the Palme d'Or at the 1999 Cannes Film Festival. 7 and 9 p.m. Ulj Aliw saI michigandaily .com/arts MONDAY MARCH 13, 2000 5. ''Gate' a confusing portal of darkness Tight technique brings back Bach in Eng. Concert By David Victor Daily Arts Writer As a film student, I am often sub- jected to obscure films that make lit- tle sense at their...…

March 13, 2000 (vol. 110, iss. 95) • Page Image 6

…I *~**~*****PARKING! ;.**** " On campus parking! Special rates! 665-8825. POLAR HEART RATE MONITORS for sale - Like running with your own personal trainer All at discount prices Call for details 665-1389 2 bdrm. apts. on Hill St. Beautifully remodeled. Lg. modern kitchens w/ microwave & dwshr. Contemporary furnishings. 741-9300, www.cmbmgmt.com 2 BDRM. AT 910 Packard. Modern, fum., prkg, balcony. 662-5960 up to 10 p.m. 2-3 BDRM. IN KERRYTOWN...…

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… LOCAL/STATE The Michigan Daily iDEMS Continued from Page 1A o1 losing it to Republicans in 1994, Michigan elected ".'officials will enjoy prominence in national politics. Bonior, who is currently unopposed when his rival dropped out of the race last week, would become House majority leader. Although Bomor remains unopposed for the time being he does not plan to lessen his campaign efforts. "I think everyone is vulnerable in an election unl...…

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…8 -The Michigan Daily - Monday, March 13, 2000 ARTs Tribute to Mandinka breaks mold By Nick Falzone Daily Arts Writer Hundreds of people gathered in the Power Center to view a Sene- galese dance company Thursday evening in their premiere Ann Arbor and University Musical Soci- ety performance. Despite the group's name, Les Ballets d'Afrique Noire and its reference to one of dance's most traditional forms, the company's show broke all the ste...…

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…r '4 . 4 1 t4 III~~II~SECTONF Sports desk: 647-3336 sportsdesk~@umich .edu SECTION B ....... ...... Women face difficult NCAA bracket y Raphael Goodstein and Michael Kern Daily Sports Writers After finishing second in the Big Ten regular season, the No. 25 Michigan women's basketball team thought it had earned national respect. Yesterday, the Wolverines learned they're still not quite there. When Michigan's name was finally *vealed, happi...…

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…2B - The Michigan Daily - SportsMonday - March 13, 2000 CLUB SPORTSWEEKLY Edited by Michael Kern and Ryan C Moloney Blue women's lacrosse steamrolls Calvin College Michigan Schedule As the top-ranked team in the Women's Collegiate Lacrosse League preseason poll, Michigan proved it is the real deal Thursday night by :crushing Calvin College, 19-6 at Qosterbaan Fieldhouse. With this victory, the Wolverines finished the preseason undefeated, i...…

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…The Michigan Daily - SportsMonday - March 13, 2000 - 3B MCAW~fv RAsrau aarniAr I connecticut - :- 'I% - 16 Hampton} 8 Drake s Clemson ~ 5 Oklahoma 12 BYU 4 Purdue 13 Dartmouth EAST 6 Xavier Rdaomg4Va. M1 r.2527 11 SF Austin 3 Louisiana St. 14 Liberty - - 10 W Kentucky 2 Duke 15 Campbell ------- 1 Louisiana Tech 16 Acorn St.-- 8 Kansas- S Vanderbilt -- 4 Old Dominion 13 Wisc. GB 5 N.C. State 12 SM U 6 Illinois Meowasr 11 Utah -5-2s 3 lowa St...…

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…I 4B - The Michigan Daily --SportsMonday - March 13, 2000 Puck talk Ped.°,AKey play When you're ahead In a big playoff Fday, 6:01 into the first period. game, it's like being in a fight with Bobby Gassoff. If you get him down, T Michigan 4 Michigan 6 A streaking Scott Matzka takes a brilliant don't eer let him up." Mpass from Geoff Koch, and outskating Bronco defenders, carries the puck all the - Michigan coach Red Berenson on the Western IC ...…

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…SportsMonday - March 13, 2000 - The Michigan Daily - 5B Quote of the weekend "I got poked in the nose. I fooled around down there with their big guys and I got it broke." - Illinois shooting guard Cory Bradford, on suffering a nose injury during yesterday's game. His absence prompted a decisive Spartan run. Michigan State Illinois Player of the weekend Michigan State's Monis Peterson The senior was named Most Valuabl Player of the Big Ten T...…

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…6B - The Michigan Daily - SportsMonday - March 13, 2000 Indoor reviewing g. On Saturday, senior Steve Lawrence became the fourth Wolverine in Michigan track history to earn All-American honors in the 500-meter run. 1awrence joined an illustrious list of runners who have accomplished this feat. Michigan men's indoor track season results: Men's indoor season concludes witf r erning All -Amencan honors Runner Steve Lawrence John Mortimer Bra...…

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…The Michigan Daily - SportsMonday - March 13, 2000 - 7B not in the zone: Divers fail to qualifly Bk ft*min Singr Daily Sports Writer Four Michigan divers - three from the women's team and one from the men's - 'went into the Diving Zone C meet to earn a spot in the NCAAs. None of them did. . Walking away empty handed was not only a disappoint- ment, but a surprise for the Wolverines. Men's senior tri-captain Josh Trexler advanced to the NCAAs ...…

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…8B - The Michigan Daily - SportsMonday - March 13, 2000 March 16 March 18 M 1 Michigan St. 16 Valparaiso 8 Utah 9 St. Louis larch 23 March 25A March 26 March 24 NC~fAMe a k Il rnament March 19 March 17 S1 Duke 116 Lamar 5 Kentucky 12 St. Bonn. 4 Syracuse 13 Samford --.5 /"cI((- Midwest Regional 2} 2 V +. 2 i' h t fi ' ¢ . : ::>, ;,: L Li egat Regional 8 Kansas -H 9 DePaul 5 Florida 12 Butler 4 Illinois 13 Penn 'A 6Indiana 7 11...…

April 13, 2000 (vol. 110, iss. 118) • Page Image 1

…One hundred nzne years ofeditorialfreedom NEWS: 76-DAILY CLASSIFIED: 764-0557 wwmlchigandaily com Thursday April 13, 2000 i I~ iiiii , 'U' alum donates $22M for grants By Josie Gingrich Daily Staff Reporter The University may be able to attract more top-notch out-of-state stu- dents with a $22 million donation given by Alumni Association Presi- dent Richard Rogel and his wife, Susan, which will be used for out-of- ate financial aid. The do...…

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…2A - The Michigan Daily -Thursday, April 13, 2000 NATION/WORLD MEDICINE Continued from Page 1A fits." Laurie Akkeros, a massage and cranial sacral specialist in Ann Arbor, said although ancient oriental forms of treatment such as acupunc- ture, meditation and massage therapy don't strike Asians or Europeans as new, the connection between the Western, research-based medicine and a more holistic and spiritual Eastern therapy was never quite m...…

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… LOCAL/STATE The Michigan Daily - Thursday, April 13, 2000 - 3A ORESEARCH Video to focus on social stigmas o HIV/AIDS To educate the community on the social stigmas of HIV/AIDS and help dispel some of the nega- tive sentiments towards patients of the disease, a group of students and recent graduates at the School of Social Work have created a mul- timedia intervention tool for Uni- versity students, faculty and Ann Arbor residents. The nonpr...…

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…4A -- The Michigan Daily - Thursday, April 13, 2000 ~Ib £Iiriiaut aailg I became a ghost three months ago, know what Ifound? 420 Maynard Street Ann Arbor, MI 48109 daily.letters@umich.edu Edited and managed by students at the University of Michigan MIKE SPAHN Editor in Chief EMILY ACHENBAUM Editorial Page Editor Unless otherwise noted, unsigned editorials reflect the opinion of the majority of the Daily's editorial board. All other article...…

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… SLOC AL/S T ATEThe Michigan Daily - Thursday, April 13, 2000 - 5 .Gomberg award given to chemistry professor at lecture A Dy Jacquelyn Nixon Daily Staff Reporter The mirror image was the subject of Prof. Edwin Vedejs' chemistry lecture held yesterday afternoon in Rackham Amphitheatre to a group of about 100 people. Preceding the lecture titled "Mirror Images in *'hemistry: Real and Almost Real," Vedejs recently was named the Moses Gomberg C...…

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….6A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, April 13, 2000 2 BDRM. AT 910 Packard. Modern. furn., prkg.. bale. 709-7025 until 10 p. 2 BDRM. S. MAIN 5900. In1cludeS Lftilillndrv.prkg._. 368-4117?. 2-3 BDRM. IN KERRYTOWN. S1000- 1275. Avail. Sept, Prkg.. ldry., heat incl. Pets okay. hp666(allhot nailcoin )n Laiipus parkin.' Special irates' 665-8825. 30-FAMILY (;GARAGE sale. Sat. April I5. 0-4 15() 6 Morton Ave. Burns Park area. Ann Arbor Furniture. e...…

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…'ANN ARBOR'S BIGGEST SPORTSBA R is fnow hiring~ cooks. wagstall. aind Flormnen for spring & smmenr terms Hard-working punctual applicants shol d apply Ca) Scorekeepers. 30t Maynard across From Borders. $$ DOT COM OPPORTUNITY $$ Ge Published- Get Paid MainCanipus.com Submit your stories Spring-B reakfPatiesSex/Cu t u c - ~ $25 per story! contact: earn @ maincampus coml $$$ STUDENT JOBS $$$ Up to $8/hr. Plus bonu1ses. Mak your own schedule, buil...…

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…8A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, April 13, 2000 ADMISSIONS LAWSUIT Students pack courtroom for hearing STUDENTS Continued from Page 1A "If they came here to see the hearing, let them hear the hearing," he said. Since last August, when the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals in Cincinnati allowed a group of interven- ing defendants - about 60 college and high school students interested in defending current University admissions practices - in...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Thursday, April 13, 2000 - 9A PETER CORNUE/Daily University lawyers Craig Goldblatt and John Payton and University Deputy General Counsel Liz Barry exit the Ann Arbor Federal Courthouse yesterday. Judge to handJ own decision im HEARING Continued from Page 1A University attorney Leonard Niehoff argued that the University has "already supplied the plaintiff with enough information in accor- dance with FERPA." Miranda Mass...…

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…...,..-... _... _ _ ._ .. ... ....... .. .w ,. ........ - ...,. .. , 5oftball poll 14 Michigan slipped one notch to No. 12 ithe USA Today/NFCA Coaches Top 5 poll released yesterday. Go online to s the rest of the standings. ,ichigandaily.com/sports je3~aun3al SPOIRTS THURSDAY APRIL 13, 2000 1A 0. into Sarah Ensor y Sports Writer 1 women vault championships The smell of spring football hits Saturday It's all come down to this fo...…

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…12A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, April 13, 2000 DOUBLE TROUBLE By Joe Smith Daily Sports Writer It was like a dream. Cruising through its conference schedule, the 1996-97 Michigan women's tennis team shut out its final three opponents en route to a 10-0 Big Ten record and the team's first ever con- ference title in its 23-year history.. In that season, Brooke Hart and Danielle Lund dominated at the No. 4 and No. 6 singles slots, respec...…

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