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June 14, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 128) • Page Image 1

…SP- p- A Lf l< .? s:S:: ' ' cDSy''- .. ti k 'Cc ?%? 15 ?. . " ;4;;fSb pSaX, "dc 6" AACe R.^ S.',.a'a Ya: ,V;:;v' . e idiin&dIgf 0 Ahunarceg /yearr 0Jte'dozh' http:/g Monday, June 14, 1999 /wwwmichigandaly.com , ' Uto reeive nras nstateunds By Seva Gunitsiy Iaily Staff Reporter A compromise reached in the Michigan legislature has yielded the biggest MIC funding increase for the HIGHER University in the past sever- FUNDING al years. The ...…

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…2 - The Michigan Daily - Monday, June 14, 1999 Top of the Park series offers free movies and concerts Baiy Adam werink began with a movie projector on top of a cart, Cadillac Cowboys at 9 p.m are scheduled to Top of the Park with a guy selling hot dogs, said Ann Arbor kick-off the event this Friday. Done with spring classes and looking for Summer Festival Marketing Director Colleen Highlights throughout the three and a half Concerts start at 7...…

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…Monday, June 14, 1999 - The Michigan Daily - 3 HOME IMPROVEMENT Hitonal society preserves homes Bys Phi Bansa TleKllg-adeos,.hc atshc By Phil Bansal The Kellogg-Warden house, which dates back Daily Staff Reporter to 1835, before Michigan became a state, stood Ann Arbor's Wall Street is a tale of two cities. in the way of a parking lot the University was Hunched along the black-topped street lined with planning on creating. *parking meters squ...…

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…4 - The Michigan Daily - Monday, June 14, 1999 Edited and managed by EMitY ACHENBAUM NICK WOOMER students at the Editor in Chief Editorial Page Editor University of Michigan Unless othenwise noted, unsigned editorials reflect the opinlont of the 420 Maynard Street matorimm of the Dail's editorial boar. All other articles, letters and Ann Arbor, Ml 48109 cartoons do not necessarily reflect the opinion of The Michigan Dail. A s the defendant in...…

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…VIEWPOINT Increased availability ofguns will prevent crime Jeffrey Kosseff's June 7 anti- much weaker than they are. gun. Criminals, on the other gun column, "A simple solution What does Kosseff think a hand, could easily get bullets just to a deadly problem," really dis- criminal is going to do if he as they do crack, cocaine, illegal played some type of convoluted believes his intended victim is guns. pot, what have you - thinking on his par...…

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…for sale automotive for rent 1986 VOLVO 240DL, maroon, very good *************PARKING!************* cond. in and out, runs well, auto, cd player, !!!GRAD STUDENT ALERT!!! Old West On campus parking! Special rates! 665-8825. a/c, 160k, $2500. 996-8078 after 6 pm. Side. 2 bedrooms, fully furnished. Must see. CUTE, 2 BDRM, I bath bungalow. Great 91' SATURN SC. Silver, black interior,5 668-1100. starter house or student rental. Close to speed manu...…

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…Monday, June 14, 1999 - The Michigan Daily - 7 j arkingprofects toflnik this fall PARKING tion, local businesses are feeling the effects of the Continued from Page 1 Maynard renovation. Deborah Day, assistant manager of Borders said Ann Arbor Mayor Ingrid Sheldon. "If we wish Books Music & Cafe, estimates that parking prob- to continue to thrive, we need to re-invest in the lems have cost them about 10 percent in sales. parking system." Parki...…

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…Lultures of..- Looking for something new to dol beyond Scorekeeper's, forget Pinbai and explore the city culture beyon campus ken. Not many students viS skirts of Ann Arbor, where the farm nities offer alternatives to everyday activities. More than a few enjoye Sunday afternoon yesterday at the 1 Farmfest, held right off of Ann Arbo Road. With entertainment courtesy Monroe Pony Pullers, Rogers Cot Herdsmen 4-H Club, and the Michiga Pullers, fa...…

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… iok r tos, u - nmu- npus hp, meir sis line ractort~ s" on bor s bo's The Artisan Market in Kerrytown turned upside down yesterday as the aroma of tamales and paella filled the air. \ Sounds of latin music featuring the music of DJ Carlos and echoed throughout the plaza while shoppers enjoyed the entertainment of the Maria del Carmen Groupo Espaa. Under the rainy skies, Fiesta de Verano sizzled with excitement. Clockwise from top left: Organiz...…

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…- Coming next-week Daily Arts will review the new Disney movie "Tarzan" and have an interview with the directors and animators. The fiery return of Rammst By Lynne Blasius For the Daily On June 8, Rammstein returned to Michigan on a tour of their own, to give their fans the show they could not bring on Korn's Family Values 'Tour. This show included an eclectic nix of opening acts in the form of feminist-punk-popsters Skunk Anansie and Max Ca...…

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…Monday, June 14, 1999 - The Michian Dail -1 Cibo Matto Stereo Type A WB Records ** Cibo Matto means "crazy food" in Italian. Carrying this concept musically, only those with a wide range of musical tastes will find Cibo Matto's new disc delightful to the musical palate. Yuka Honda, who handles most of the group's production, offers a fasci- nating smorgasbord of musical gen- res with her best offering to date. At times, however, it is the lo...…

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…2 - The Michigan Daily - Monday, June 14, 1999 The General's Daughter Paramount Pictures At Briarwood and Showcase starting June 18th Can John Travolta play a cop? In the '90s, Travolta has been most acclaimed in his roles as gangsters in "Pulp Fiction" and "Get Shorty." "The General's Daughter" really puts him to the test when he plays the hard-hitting military investigator Paul Brenner. Travolta is forced to dispense with his usual roguish...…

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…The Michigan softball team won many individual awards despite struggling as a ,eam in the postseason. Wage 14. SPORTS Monday 13 June 14, 1999 Not-so-cruel summer or sorts ans ow that the calendar has N changed to June and the weather has gone from warm to "hot as hell," there is a void in the life of a Michigan sports fan. ootball? Fall practice starts in two months and M i c h i g a n 's potential start- ing quarterback, T Drew Henson, is...…

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…1- The Michigan Daily - Monday, June 14, 1999 Conrad headlines postseason awards By Jon Zemke Daily Sports Writer Winning had become synonymous with the Michigan softball team in 1999. After winning most of its games last season the Wolverines also succeeded in picking up a lot of post season awards. Former co-captain Traci Conrad led the way with five citations. She won her third consecutive GTE Academic All-America award. Conrad was a firs...…

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…PORTSjj Michigan baseball team signs seven players for 2000 If you build it, they will come. Or in the case of the Michigan baseball am, if you rebuild it, they will come. In 1999 Michigan enjoyed its most successful season since allega- tions at the beginning of the decade sent them spiraling into mediocrity. Now with the program on the rise again the Wolverines have secured seven new players for the next mil- lennium. In the spring signing p...…

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June 14, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 7) • Page Image 1

…4v 41V PMRW toan :43trtllj (Summer Weekly Student One hundred four years of editorial freedom Wednesday June 14,1995 egent seat set for vote By Amy Klein aily News Editor After at least three years of steady dicussions, compromises and revisions, a final proposal for a student representa- tive to the Board of Regents will'be sub- mitted to the regents this Friday. In an agenda supplement, a draft out- lines the responsibilities and limits...…

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…2 -The Michigan Daily --Wednesday, June 14, 1995 MARLETITA Continued from page 2 "Mike is one of our most exciting and creative faculty members," University President James J. Duderstadt said in a pressrelease. "Beyond his immense con- tributions as a scholar, healso has been ex- ceptionally dedicated in serving the Uni- versity ina wide array of roles -ranging from serving as chair of the Pharmacy dean's search committee to playing a star- r...…

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…Ueaes(Ady, uti f4, 16 9, --It.aMichigan )aily - Parking structure hosts summer film, music series SARA OTIiLMAN University Ombudsman and "Lavender Menace" softball team member Jennifer Walters (center) participates In the third annual AIDS walkathon. Lavender Menace was the walking team that raised the most money. Coimmunity mrrfem--bersa show ~upport for HIV/AIDS groups By Patience Atkin feel that we're covering all aspects of the '80s were ...…

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…4- The Michigan Daily -Wednesday, June 14, 1995 RONNIE GLASSBERG ADRIENNE JANNEY Editor in Chief JOEL F. KNUTSON Editorial Page Editors 40MyadUnless otherwise noted, unsigned editorials reflect the opinion of a majority of Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109 the Daily's editorial board. All other articles, letters and cartoons do not Edited and managed by students at the University of Michigan-necessarily reflect the oinion of the Dail's editorial board...…

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…Being a Lowly Worm When I was akid,oneofmy favorite books was "What do people do all day?" by Richard Scarry. In its pages was a great little world, where every cat, dog, and rabbit did their job and went about their merry ways. And on every page Lowly Worm would look out from behind some tree, content to wear his green hat and quietly observe, never quite choosing a profession like all the other animals. A lotof times, I'dreally like to be Lo...…

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…q for sale kCc $40,000/YR. INCOME potential. Home ANN ARBOR'S C typists/PC users. Toll free 1-800/898-9778, Salel Sun., June 25,9 ext. T-1864 for listings. tenaw Community C BICYCLES: All speeds, men/womens. $25- ce Bldg. New/used $50 good cond. Also parts. 475-3238. workshop/demo on GOV'T. FORECLOSED homes from 5%. software. Vendor tal Delinquest tax, 's., REO's. Your area. 313/971-0990. Toll free 1-800/8 778, ext. H-1864 for ______ current ...…

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…Wednesday, June 14, 1995 - The Michigan Daily - 7 4 8-40 HOURS s ' available per week with flexible schedules services No cars required. On the job paid training is provided. 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through F -riday. g " * State Security Services, Inc. 525 Church St., Ann Arbor. 668-0444. EOE. CASH FOR COLLEGE. A SPECIAL GIFT- We're looking for heal- thy women between the ages 21-35 for egg 900,000 GRANTS AVAILABLE. donation. All ethnic back...…

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… _- The Michigan Daily -Wedrnesiay, June 14, 1995 O MNTATuION this year," Rosser said. He also said the Office of Orientation estimates 2,000 to Continued from page 1 2,500 parents come to Ann Arbor each summer. Paul Rosser, general operations manager Espresso Royale shift manager for Ulrich's, said that Ulrich's has ex- Suzanne Maniere said new students panded its Orientation programs. blend easily with the rest of the Univer- "For the past f...…

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…IV V - - - j f , J I ; Z .,41"r w , I - 0 ", Big Chief Comes Home Saturday at St. Andrews Hall. It's for folks 18 and older. It's a steal at $8.50 a ticket in advance, and doors open at 9 p.m. Call 961-MELT for more information. e flc{rjigin aiI ARts Wednesday June 14,1995 Wilco rises from Tupelo's ashes.r By Jennifer Buckley Daily Arts Writer One of last year's bigger music indus- try surprises was the demise of Uncle Tu- lo. After fou...…

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…I 10 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday; June 14, 1995 AM B u GEcalm shattered only the by shouts from the * 9 LIGE audience. Radiohead sings 'The Bends' continued from page 9 The most surprising and exciting part of B Thomas Crowley never took off), a Detroit Pistons jacket, a the evening occurred when one of Blige's y sritr star status with the success of their fi -whiteT-shirt and black biker pants(the first background performers,claiming ...…

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…Wednesday, June 14, 1995 - The Michigan Daily - 11 Having fun and doing "regular, col- lege-student" things is more important ontnued from page 11 for a star athlete than one may realize. Some may think this is flattering. But Wheatley sometimes has a hard time or a guy who is down-to-earth and just functioning in society when he's not lain normal, this was a highly uncom- playing sports. ortable situation to say the least. "Sometimes I'm lo...…

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… The Grapevine CBC hockey analyst Don Cherry wore a maize and blue Michigan .ttie during Game 2 of the Western Conference finals last week. obt MWNUU Oak SPORTS Wednesday June 14, 1995 .,.A+r Dolan, Wymer -grab top honors By John Lerol Daily Sports Editor Roll out the red carpets. Tom Dolan and Beth Wymer de- serve star treatment. Both Wolverines were named Michi- gan Athletes of the Year last Wednesday. Dolan, a sophomore swimmer from Arl...…

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…2 - The Michigan Daily - Summer Orientation 1995 ISArequires more than just 120 credits 4 By Steve Seepersaud Daily Staff Reporter Many students arrive in Ann Arbor with the hope that graduating in four years is simply a mat- ter of collecting 120 credits. However, there are many new requirements that the University, particu- larly the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, has introduced over the past four years. While these requirem...…

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…ard with a Chip e new Mcards computer chip will store information t the cardholder in addition to keeping track of an count local merchants will accept in place of cash. adical information could be included on the chip, another way for medical personnel to know how to assist in an emergency. e cash account will not exceed $50. n also be linked to a checking account at First of America for more cashless buying power. 600847 0000 0004 00 Exp. 1...…

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…4 - The Michigan Daily - Summer Orientation 1995 Despite the recent technological advances, some students choose to make themselves at home in the Graduate library stacks. Midterm exams confined Engineering senior Maya Agarwal to a quiet spot away. Ubranes mplement new technology By James Nash Daily Staff Reporter The University library system plans to launch several computer-based initiatives this fall as the li- braries try to keep pace wi...…

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…V m ON AL IClill TSHIRYS, SEIITIHI, AiND COTTONHIAYS. Come See the Largest Selection of University of Michigan T-Shirts and Sweat shirt s in the World! 304 5. State Street 4 Doors South of Liberty 998-3480 Open Monday Through Friday 9an-7pm, Sat 10-7, Sun 10-6 …

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…6 - The Michigan Daily - Summer Orientation 1995 Construction improves, inconveniences campus By Marisa Ma Daily Staff Reporter The University community has learned that when the sound of drilling pauses in one spot, another bulldozer fol- lows soon after in the whirl of construction on campus. The recent changes on campus have not goneunnoticed. "Itwasvery hardtoconcentmte(during a test)," said LSA junior Nadia Chowhan. "There was constructi...…

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…Summer Orientation 1995 - The Michigan Daily - 7 Dorm living can be the best and worst of times By Dara Schoenwald Daily Staff Reporter The transition to college is indeed an exciting and challenging one, with adjustments to meeting new friends, a new place and heavier workloads. However, getting accustomed to living in residence halls is one of the most difficult challenges facing first-year students. Community living - in small quarters sha...…

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…8-The Michigan Daily - Summer Orientation 1995 Legends, superstitions run rampant on campu By Deborah G. Weinstein Daily Staff Reporter Orientation means a variety of things. For first-year students, it means get- ting a grip on the Un iversity, finding shortcuts across campus, adjusting to dorms and surviving class registration. Many students, however, rtnentber Orientation as an introduction to the quirky rituals and traditions of the Unive...…

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… Caught in the Web? can help! The 0 ,+i /'' // /., --- ;v n i.. k, ' ii"%. .4} 'fir j71L[ i t l .. ni . mow. ; a s + S, t f f I :1 t ) Workshops on database accessing and searching will be announced in the fall Watch the Michigan Daily for dates & times …

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…r Summer Orientation, 1995 - The Michigan Daily - 11 WELCOME TO ,ANN ARBOR! , - IAU'(Lsh. - Cottage Inn was the first to serve pizza in Ann Arbor back in 1948. Now, forty-seven years later, we are still U of M students' first choice. Readers of the Michigan Daily and the Ann Arbor News have voted Cottage Inn _____________________________________________the best pizza in town for the last eleven years. You CENTRAL CAMPUS chose Michigan because ...…

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…Help build a better world for others and a brighter future for yourself! Explore careers In Sports Medicine - Administration Child Life - Emergency Medicine and More Call NOW to join this tradition of caring University Hospital 936-4327 C.S. Mott Children's Hospital 764-6874 " Regardless of whether it's at work or in my academic life, I'm always on a Macintosh. To cut down on telephone bills, I use my Mac for e-mail-I'm in constant communica...…

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… Inside .. Check out the record reviews, movie preview and more. Ib % LidTgan EaiIg Monday 1 dune 12,1995 5.O Get oriented with Ann Arbor's entertainment ,.,,.- By Ted Watts Daily Arts Writer Say, for argument's sake, that you are new to Ann Arbor. For instance, an orientee. Continue along this line of reasoning and you'll discover you want to ditch Orientation for some entertainment - related activity. Then the question must be asked: wh...…

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… 14 - The Michigan Daily - Summer Orientation 1995 Summer '95 movies offer mixed bag of goods oy Scott Plagenhoef new formula, which also features villains Jim "Crimson Tide" look to lead the summer action films. Daily Arts Editor Carrey and Tommy Lee Jones, has the potential to The Sylvestar Stallone vehicle, "Judge Dredd, suspi- From Memorial Day to Labor Day, the Holly- lead the latest "Batman" vehicle as the summer's ciously similarto his ...…

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… The roundup Michigan's basketball and hockey teams are reviewed. See Page 16. StmtSanig Summer Orientation 199515 -. - ., ..... SPORTING VIEWS: Autumn will bring out thousands of ''fans By Nicholas J. Cotsonika Daily Sports Editor Sitting in the tailgater's parking lot at Ann Arbor Pioneer High School, sucking down hot $logs, you can hear it. You can watch it rush by you. You can feel it. Two hours before game time, at your traditional ...…

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… 16 -The Michigan Daily-Summer Orientation 1995 Blue teams carry on great tradition By John Leroi Daily Sports Editor Most people in Ann Arbor and across the country almost expect Michigan to contend for the national title every year in basketball and hockey. Over the years, the Wolverines have proved their dominance on the court and on the ice. This past year was no exception. Red Berenson's hockey team held the top ranking in the country fo...…

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…lip Sc Sg II 1r Z is KRA2YJIM 5 BLlMPVYlRGER You Want it? We've Got it! RIGHT HERE Ground Floor of the Michigan Uion 995-8877 Experience the Tradition Two Great Locations 711 N. University 902 S. State 668-6915 668-7296 X14N ARIO OUTLET 6885 Jackson Rd. 688-7030 WE BUY, SELL, AND TRADE Ann Arbor Farmington Hills Colonnade Orchard Lake Rd. Shopping Center and 13 Mile Rd. 13131 994-1030 18101 851-6611 While at Orientation, come check out ...…

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…18 - The Michigan Daily - Summer Orientation 1995 ;;. UHS offers walk-ins, specialists to students An Ann Arbor parking attendant writes a ticket on Maynard Street. The ultimate challenge: pari n An Arbor By Debralee Dembling For the Daily For every student who has ever sneezed, coughed or wheezed during the long winter months, the Uni- versity offers a haven for the sick: University Health Service. UHS, located on Fletcher Street, is attem...…

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…Summer Orientation 1995 - The Michigan Daily - 19 420 Maynard Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109 Edited and managed by students at the University of Michigan RoNNm GLASSBERG Editor in Chief ADRIENNE JANNEY JOEL F. KNUTSON 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 of the Daily's ed...…

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…20 -- The Michigan Daily - Summer Orientation, 1995 7]: LF) II 11 While you're here for OrienIation, stop by MICHIGAN BOOK & SUPPLY to reserve your books early! Save yourself the hassle of Book Rush in the Fall! ..or... -- Order by phone 1-800-765-MICH A $25 deposit (applied toward the price of your books) is required. For your convenience we have extended hours durin.0 Nook Rush! ....and we've got a huge selection of top of the line MICH...…

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