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November 13, 1997 (vol. 108, iss. 34) • Page Image 1

…News: 76-DAILY Advertising: 764-0554 it,,t ti One hundred seven years ofeditorndfeedom Thursday November 13, 1997 __ I 'U' loan default fate low By Jeffrey Kosseff Daily Staff Reporter it's official. The numbers are tallied. Michig is No. 5 in the Big Ten. In an annual report released yesterday, the U a rtment of Education reported that t l!versity's student loan default rate for fist year 1995 was 4 percent - significantly low than th...…

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…2A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, November 13, 1997 NATION/WoRLD LOANS Continued from Page 1A sightly at the University, the overall national average decreased .3 percent from 1994. The highest default rate, in .1990, was at 22.4 percent. '"We must acknowledge greater vigilance and more aggressive col- lections efforts involving each of the participants in the federal student loan programs - including stu- dents, schools, guarantee agenci...…

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… LOCAL/STATE The Michigan Daily - Thursday, November 13, 1997 - 3A Experts hone estimate of Moon's age The Earth's moon was formed in a cataclysmic collision that left the Earth a melted rock about 4.5 billion years ago, say two University geo- chemists. Researchers Alexander Halliday and Der-Chuen Lee said the two major players in the collision weren't exactly the two bodies we know today as the Earth and the moon. } In a paper in this week...…

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…4A -, The Michigan Daily - Thursday, November 13, 1997 , I/ Ie mitigan ilailg 420 Maynard Street Ann Arbor, MI 48109 Edited and managed by students at the University of Michigan ': .. . Bk a . .._ ., JoSII Wimuf: Editor in Chief ERIN MARSh Editorial Page Editor t'uless othewise noted, unsigned editorials reflect the opinion of the majority of the Dayr :s editorial board A//1 other articles, letters and cartoons do not necessarily refle...…

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…LOCAL/STATE The Michigan Daily -Thursday, November 13, 1997 - 5A Oflunting season z fW :,, -:4 4 FRATERNITY Continued from Page I.A 25. Dewar said that pledges will be given a card that states their rights and responsibilities while in a TEc chapter, along with a toll-free number that they can call if they witness any divergence from these policies. IFC adviser John Mountz said that even though hazing complaints can be pursued anonymously, ...…

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…6A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, November 13, 1997 **********PARKING!********** On campus parkin g Special rates!1 CABLE DESCRAMBLER KIT $14.95 view all prenium & pay-per-view channels. I-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.- 6 BDRM. HOUSES: carpet, idry., prkg. May '98 lease. 572-1036. 6/7 BDRM. TRI-LEVEL, spacious, 2 ful...…

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…NATION/WORLD The Michigan Daily - Thursday, November 13, 1997 - 7A Council demands that Iraq cooperate The Washington Post UNITED NATIONS - The Security Council yesterday unanimously demanded that Iraq stop interfering with U.N. weapons inspectors, increas- ing the chances of a direct clash between Baghdad and the United States the Iraqis carry out their threat to pel American members of the inspec- tion team. The council's condemnation and ...…

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…8A - The Michigan Daily -Thursday, November 13, 1997 BARAKA Continued from Page 1A may (make $60 million), but we need to watch out for you because you're probably the enemy." Later in his speech, Baraka yelled to the audience while discussing the place of poor people in society. "It is not right that your child can get an education and mine can't; that you can eat and I can't," Baraka said. Audience members responded enthusiastically to Bara...…

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… of Art The University's Museum of Art is presenting a free discussion by History of Art Prof. Rebecca Zurier regarding its latest major exhibi- tion, "Spectator of Life: Works by George Bellows from the Sloan Collection." The unique and informative event kicks off this afternoon at 525 S. State St. at 1 o'clock. Call 764-0395 for more information Thursday November 13, 1997 9A, .* Hollywood held hostage: Indie film tackles showbiz By Mi...…

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…IOA- The Michigan Daily -Thursday, November 13, 1997 Stravinsky's 'Rossignol' takes flight at Power enter * 'l a~a By Christopher Tkaczyk Daily Campus Arts Editor Two rarely performed one-act operas will be presented this weekend for the Opera Department's fall production. "UEnfant et les SortilIges,' by Maurice Ravel, and "Le Rossignol," composed by Igor Stravinsky, are two short operas not often performed due to their challenging scores as ...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Thursday, November 13, 1997-11A ireCtor Hanson ucceeds 'with 'LA:) 2lula Shhh PA arts Writer Crti worldwide have not been able to stop raving uit "L.A. Confidential." One of the most talked- i utflms in recent years, the gritty crime thriller has hepower and momentum to shoot itself through th6~Oscars into motion picture immortality. butas Hollywood's prized gem takes the world by storm, its director, Curtis Hanson, calm...…

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…12A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, November 13, 1997 ]HIE Vo wh wih A weekly guide to who's ere, what's happening and y you need to be there ... a r. .. < .f U x CAMPUS CINEMA Fast, Cheap and Out of Control (1997) The latest acclaimed, offbeat documen- tary from master Errol Morris. Mich. 7 p.m. Hijacking Hollywood (1997) Michigan native Neil Mandt's satire stars Henry Thomas (a.k.a. "E.T."'s Elliot). Mich. 9 p.m. MUSIC Diana Krall Tri...…

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…Stdjt im Oa COLLEGE Sacamerato i15, UTAH 8, New Jersey 3. BASKETBALL ORLANDO 89 Vancouver 72 NY RANGERS 2 Georgia 89 New York 93, Detroit at Goden Boston at Texas 87 TORONTO 70 State, inc. Dallas. inc. PRO Washington 93 PRO Carona at BASKETBALL C HICAGO 90 HOCKEY Edmonton inc. BOSTON 96, Philadelphla 114, Washington 4, Montreal at Denver86 HOUSTON 10 PiTTSBURGH 1 Anaher, ino Atlanta 89 PHOENIX R& FLORIDA 2, Vancouver at San Thursday MNDIANA 8 ...…

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…14A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, November 13, 1997 Men's cross yhrls Duprey t3 Sports Writer the Michigan men's cross country team owed up the 1997 campaign with three goals in mind: Win the Big Ten championship Advance to NCAA championships 3. Place in the top four at the NCAA championships So far, the Wolverines are one-for-one heir hit list. Saturday, Michigan gets a k at No. 2 when it competes in the A A District IV championships in o...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Thursday, November 13, 1997 - 15A AROUND THE Hio b1 CONFERENCE Now that Judgment Day is over, the fight for seeding, bowl bids begins tUm a Subramanian aily Sports %riter At the start of each season, every team dreams of playing in a game around New Year's Day. In the Big Ten, the dreams are rosy. Now that the season is almost over, and only a few teams are left in contention for the Rose Bowl, the teams with winning sea...…

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…16A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, November 13, 1997 Blue wrestlers kick off unofficial season By Tracy Sandler Daily Sports X\ riter Whether it's official competition or not, the Michigan wrestling team will be traveling to Last Lansing this weekend for the Michigan Open. The fourth-ranked Wolverines' sea- son doesn't officially begin until the Cliff Keen Las Vegas Classic on Dec. 5. According to Michigan coach Dale Bahr, each wrestler pa...…

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…28B The Michigan Daily - Ti '97 - Thursday, November & 1997 As. I fliIJ~ti~Jt, Ut %~~Lfl llIiS., I I i1:JOiTrf m ,Raw qw w w _W IIlutaucly, lwvul1W 10, 1a:11 l q. ... "9=W- T 1w _, w A United venture?. Despite dissent, the Big Ten will host its first men's basketball tournament this season The next Fab Five?' Three years later, that's s Mateen Cleaves will lead Michigan State to Chicago for the Big Ten tournament. NEW YORK...…

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…"" e to Ian, aiv- -s-' Lurs av: ovm br 1 -97 l .M A A. . : -.- - ....t. ...t- - ..n P.4..1 ..'ArIn,£ £E I~ l * 1 kur. *1£rrI t~ ii("1' 1 - .. ,_ _..,.., .,,. . . I I IMI VMIriJ} f wr4111v\!1 1 6ld - ---- - 1 EAM -rIPIHLE a- p r *I EAM ROFILF" lw lw I I IUI JUQy}' 1'1V YGI1 IVCI ' Se!} '1:/C! i servo l mwr w111r Okey's suspension steals arena's spotlight Everything's not Okey-dokey at Wisconsin. kOke r The Badgers thought that the...…

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…p '.... .~... ~ ~ *mwwU a '~TTIU1~UOV. I1UV~1I1LJUf .LJ. 1Z~Z7I 1 -1 I.ti / .-w k- " C .a.... . . sir '.w n i..v v- vv -- i r ! _®.._._... v .r V -w On a mission -q -W ---TEAM4 OFLES Puerto Rico Classic to be Sunday's showcase nur Y,IN oven er i,~ - New point guard Robbie Reid is out to prove he is Michigan's missing link By Mark Snyder or all Robbie Reid knew, the sounds from the surrounding citi- zens were gibberish. The nativ...…

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…-7----- - - -,..... -~-- .___ ___ E~A&E ~z~~~EEt' Bradley not just a name - tli Boykins leads- Eagles l + - T ._ r Nulling the load As great as Anthony Parker was - he was an honorable mention All-America selection -- coach Jim Molinari and Bradley must move forward. But that's not to say Parker's talents won't be missed. Parker, now playing for the NBA's Philadelphia 76ers, wps Bradley's most valuable player the past three seasons....…

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…lOB-The Mic .hi~1~n fliilv - Turnoff '97 - Thursday. Nov.~mher 1 3 1997 k, 10B - The IC , rg-an ai v - Twoff '97 urs av November 13, 1997 The 1997-98 Wolverines P9 JOSH ASSELIN MACEO BASTON Lois BULLOCK Height: 6-foot- Il Weight: 215 lbs. Class: Freshman Position: Center Hometown: Caro Number: 25 Height: 6-foot-9 Weight: 210 lbs. Class: Senior Position: Forward Hometown: Dallas Number: 30 Height: 6-foot-3 Weight: 180 lbs. Class: Jun...…

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…wej News: 76-DAILY Advertising: 764-0554 One hundred seven years of editorf'dfreedom Monday October 13, 1997 I -~~~,$o u f42..- ,-e . ~i ~- - AM .;:. I I Successor expected within JJO days By Dan Stillman Daily Sports Writer University Athletic Director Tom Goss said yesterday that the national search: for a new basketball head coach would be short, but not that short. "It will probably take me about 10 days to decide," Goss said from ...…

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…2A - The Michigan Daily - Monday, October 13, 1997 NATION/WORLD Reno: Clinton coffees OK WASHINGTON (AP) - Attorney General Janet Reno said yesterday she has found nothing in videotapes of White House coffees to incriminate President Clinton or other officials cov- ered by the post-Watergate independent counsel law. But she promised to keep investigat- ing and said she ignores "name calling" by Republican critics who have demanded she resi...…

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… LOCAL/STATE The Michigan Daily - Monday, October 13. 1997 - SA -r VU'alumni return for presentations Three College of Architecture and +rban Planning alumni will return to the niversity on Oct. 17, bringing with them presentations and exhibits. James van Sweden and Martha Schwartz will team up for a presentation titled, "The New American Landscape" at 5 p.m. at Chrysler Lecture Hall. Van Sweden's accomplishments include landscaping for the ...…

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…4A - The Michigan Daily - Monday, October 13, 1997 4Iw £rtidgituI lg 420 Maynard Street Ann Arbor, MI 48109 JOSH WHITE S~ Editor in Chief Edited and managed by yERIN MARSH students at the .. Editorial Page Editor University of Michigan . 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 Michigan...…

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… Pass it around The word is out on the brilliant new documentary "Weed." Check out all the marijuana mayhem of the 8th Annual Cannabis & Hemp Expo of Amsterdam in Doug Wolens' unique film. "Weed" explores the fas- cination with the recreational drug as people from all walks of life descend upon Amsterdam - where pot is legal. See it today with a stoner you love. Mich. 8:30 p.m. $5 for students. Tuesday October 13, 1997 5 Houston, we have ...…

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…6A - The Michigan Daily - Monday, October 13, 1997 for sale **********PARKING!********** Fall '97 parking available. On campus parking! Special rates! 665-8825. BED, MAT'TRESS, & frame. Like new $50. Queen bedroom set $1200. 996-0519. CABLE DESCRAMBLER KIT $14.95 view all premium & pay-per-view channels. 1-800-752-1389. rape, mugger defense personal alarm Activated either by switch or pull-pin, this tiny alarm puts out a tremendously shrill, ...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Monday, October 13, 1997 -7A VSHER inued from Page IA what our record was last year," Goss said. "That's not what's Important. That's not what's important with me. Winning is an output of the things we do, of the values we have." Goss said all athletic programs must move in the direction of several core values, including: Honesty and integrity 0 Accountability and responsibility Respect and compassion r Competitive spirit...…

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…8A - The Michigan Daily - Monday, October 13, 1997 I The UJA Half Shekel Campaign ... 4 A 4 Because Everyone Counts . . . 4 I The Half Shekel Campaign was designed to offer a simple way to help repair our world. By standing with the Jewish community on this campus, you are showing that you care about our community and our world. Please stop for a minute to consider just how easily we can make a difference by working together as a...…

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…Efw Bidhigan ailg, Sports Desk: 647-3336 i * ~~ ~____________________________________________________________ . :. .,.., . ., on ..+ u.. > ; 22.:. r ~ w vL ( v '. .$n " 'w^ ? ,''",i '4~ :I Players: Fisher is a scapegoat By James Goldstein Daily Sports Writer Former players and present Michigan coaches showed feel- s s of disgust yesterday over the firing of Michigan basket- coach Steve Fisher. The news reached far beyond the Ann Arbor l...…

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…2E"- The Michigan Daily - SPORTSMonday - October 13, 1997 IyFL Standings NFC . 4c FC East Team W L T STR Dallas 3 2 0 L1 Washington 3 2 0 L1 N.Y. Giants 4 3 0 W3 PW.adelphia 2 4 0 L1 Arizona 1 5 0 L4 AFC NFC Central Tiamt Green Bay Minnesota Tampa Bay Detroit Chicago NFC West Teem San Francisco St. Louis Carolina New Orleans Atlanta w 5 5 5 4 0 w 5 2 2 2 1 STR W2 W3 12 W1 L7 STR W5 L2 L4 L2 Wi AFC East Team New England Miami N.Y. Jets B...…

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…The Michigan Daily - SPORTSMonday - October 13, 1997 - 38 success marked eight-year run l 3ST6T! F By Mark Snyder Daily Sports Writer The new Michigan men's basketball coach stood before the press like a shy child on March 15, 1989. "for the benefit of those of you who don't know me," the former assistant n, "I'm Steve Fisher, and I am the h4d coach at the University of Michtgan." As. difficult as it may be to imagine novttwo days after his...…

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…4B - The Michigan Daily - SPORTSMonday - Monday, October 13, 1997 GAME STATISTIC S Tuman rejoins passing attack after 3- oi week wait; turf slippery as a wet rock PASSING Player Griese Totals C-A 23-36 23-36 Yds 244 244 TD 2 2 RUSHING Player Att Howard 18 Floyd 7 C. Williams 7 Thomas 7 Griese 3 Totals 42 RECEIVING Player No. Tuman 5 Shaw 5 C. Williams 4 Streets 2 Thomas 2 Howard 2 Woodson 1 Campbell 1 Floyd 1 Totals 23 PUNTING Player Vi...…

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…The Michigan Daily - SPORTSMonday - October 13, 1997 -58 Offense cashes 1n on 3rd down GAME STATISTICS PASSING Player Hughes Totals RUSHING Player Autry Marshall Collier Hughes Totals C-A 16-22 16.22 Yds 135 135 By Alan Goldenbach Daily Sports Editor Brian Griese calls it the "money down." Lloyd Carr has stressed its importance after every game. It's third-down conversions, and Michigan toyed with Northwestern all game Saturday, moving t...…

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…§B- The Michigan Daily - SPORTSMonday - October 13, 1997 Stickers get stuck with third straight conference defeat By B.J. Luria Daily Sports Writer The No. 16 Michigan field hockey team has made a habit of scoring early in games and protecting a lead for much of the game. That strategy has failed Michigan dur- ing its three-game losing streak. This weekend, the Wolverines (2-3 Big Ten, 10-5 over- all) failed to score in the first half in los...…

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…The Michigan Daily - SPORTSMonday - October 13, 1997_-_7B klerr goes down with scary' pain. By Chris Farah Daily Sports Writer * MINNEAPOLIS - The Michigan hockey team's win over Minnesota was also tempered by a loss, though the full impact of the loss is yet to be known. On a team already loaded with fresh- men and inexperience, the last thing the Wolverines needed was an injury to one-of their top upperclassmen - much less their captain....…

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…8B - The Michigan Daily - SPORTSMonday - October 13, 1997 'M' soccer cruises in two blowouts Belkin keeps the goal in mind, long-term By Andy Latack Daily Sports Writer Attack of the Killer B's. If the Michigan soccer team's impressive victories this weekend were to be made into a cheesy horror movie, that would likely be the title. Michigan forwards Amber Berendowsky and Kacy Beitel, the team's leading scorers, turned in big weekends as th...…

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…I{ tEMIN9gBIV L ! MItTA; ;t 4)22~' 1~~ii VS, a~ w 0 ay. OeUT ift . _ ... i I w -w- w MKOW 61i ti The 1996-97 Wolverines Uncertainty should provide exciting a By Sharat Raju Daily Sports Writer Western Michigan coach Bill Wilkinson said it best: "I'd like to wel- come Michigan back to the CCHA."' In recent seasons, the Wolverines did not play in the CCHA, metaphorically speaking. They were in a conference all their own, with an occa...…

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…r - race* iay, ouwuoer Z3; ,99 r,, . f Almost every aspect of this season's Michigan hockey team is different. Except for in net, the Wolverines will have to find themselves after the departure of nine storied seniors. oving Forward Muckalt, Herr needed to fill void left by departed superstars By Pranay Reddy Daily Sports Writer Excellence - a trademark of the Michigan hockey team for the past four years. The same could be said for its...…

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… - ...~IUIa4Cly, ~J'..~AJIJ 4- THEPTE _______A POLLS 1199798 Michigan hockey roster K -_ __ qlrpm ound 4 Turco's fourth season should be his most chal By Sharat Raju Daily Sports Writer For the past three seasons, any talk about goaltenders at Michigan has been talking about Marty Turco. As soon as he arrived in 1993, Turco was thrown into the net, with full confidence placed in his abilities as a goalie. And he didn't disappoint, bein...…

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… x ,. , r 6a .T. W: 4r r _ e .° -1 1 . . ~ !. t - .,?-r3 'd 6C,--TheMihi an, E ! FL=1 e 'W-fM bhday;' 6&13;19911 -- --I---- 9: i r " ty.) 'NOW HE IS THE SHOW' Bill Muckalt returns to Michigan for his senior year - perhaps the most challenging season of them all BY FRED LINK - DAILY SPOR's WRITER Coming soon To a Daily near you. Fall Outlook A Career and Graduate Sch Look for it October T he night before Bill Muckalt was set to fly bac...…

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…Senior forwards lead Badgers TRIAL BY ICE osh Langfeld and Mike Van Ryn prepare to lead Michigan's freshman class into a su( BY CHRIS FARAH - DAILY SPORTS WRITER It's been two years since Wisconsin has participated in NCAA post-sea- son play, and the Badgers are pre- pared to make a return. Leading the Wisconsin resurgence will be its offensive stars, as the Badgers return nine of their top 10 scorers form last season. A group of five seni...…

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… #- 8C - The ichigan - Faceef9'W-- Monda tober 13, 1997 a Al MondOOctober 13, 1997 -=Face _____ r qw mw } I Toeing the blue line The test of the rest Michigan's defensive unit filled with young, inexpenenced players 40-1 ch. 7, Minn. 4 .2th season, ,,. '' !' '' lop By Sharat Raju Daily Sports Writer Bubba Berenzweig isn't used to being a leader. As a freshman, he followed the exam- ple set by Michigan mainstay Steven Halko....…

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