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November 14, 1996 (vol. 107, iss. 32) • Page Image 1

…afher Tonight: Mostly clear, low around 20. Tomorrow: Partly sunny, high around 40°. If lUll ti One hundred six years of editorialfreedom Thursday November 14, 1996 .. *3 dER +i{ ':. 5 t .2 .2 K . } ; . : <a: ,t"raa . ,zt ,n': ! z .ti ., v c, <, r z; r +.,,u rr s "... r S:. . " 7 r*5 3i : ." .'S , w:$, ,fs N xr t n +r y . "" u.'r ". b" a .. zs,,:.ti vz r'..r>- ... rt: ;. '. ,..:'..' .,+%°.v ;y3, >° s; f 7 ..ar,:. .,..a.,, <', .,:.:, , ......…

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…2A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, November 14, 1996 NATION/WORLD DANCE Continued from Page 1A professional talk about an experience that every working mother has with a special insight" Stewart said. One student said she was able to get a clearer understanding of Fogel's mes- sage through the dance. "I got a deeper, more meaningful understanding of the problem;' said Archana Kella, an LSA sophomore. "You could feel what she was feeling, a...…

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…LOCAL/STATE The Michigan Daily - Thursday, November 14, 1996 - 3A Mastadon tracks to hit museum The Museum of Natural History will be covered with mastodon tracks on Nov. as University -paleontologist Daniel Fisher presents a 40-foot plastic mold of the extinct mammal's footprints. Fisher and a group of assistants dis- ,covered the 10,000-year-old footprints near a small lake in Saline four years ag6, but the tracks were too fragile to bring...…

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…4A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, November 14, 1996 420 Maynard Street RONNIE GLASSBERG Ann Arbor, Mi 48109 b Editor in Chief Edited and managed by ADRIENNE JANNEY students at the ZACHARY M. RAIMI University of Michigan 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 necessarily reflect the opinion of The Mi...…

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…LOCAL/STATE The Michigan Daily - Thursday, November 14, 1996 - 5A .Home-schooled student not intimidated by life at 'U' By Anita Chik Daily Staff Reporter A home-taught student who didn't attend a traditional high school may not necessarily have trouble coping with college. RC first-year student Emily Linn, who has been taught at home since eighth grade, said she can manage both acade- -mic and extra-curricular activities at the University ...…

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…6A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, November 14, 1996 **********PARKING!********** On campus parking! Special rates! 665-8825 ENERGY 4.le audiophile speakers & matching steel stands for sale. Superb sound; 2 yrs. old. $400 for both. (List $800 new) Call Steve at 971-0428. '95 GARY FISHER Hoo-Koo-e-Koo 17.5" mntn. bike w/front shock. NEW condition. $$00. Call Steve at 971-0428. NISSAN MAXIMA 88 Loaded. Excellent condition. $3500 or best. 3...…

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… NATION/WORLD The Michigan Daily - Thursday, November 14, 1996 - 7A Scordings found in India plane collision CHARKHI DADR , India (AP) - As a Kazak cargo plane flew head-on toward a Saudi jetliner, controllers told its pilot to watch out for the 747 in the clouds ahead. The pilot asked how close it was. "Fourteen miles." a controller said. Seconds later:"Thirteen miles" The pilot's acknowledgement of that message was the last word New elhi a...…

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…8A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, November 14, 1996 We want every Senior to remember their days at the University of Michigan. If you haven't already done so, this is the final time to take your enior or rai s. A 20 years from now you will want to show your family and friends that you were a student at this fine University. The 1997 Yearbook is the only permanent record of your days here on campus. There is one problem though, next week...…

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…NATION/WORLD The Michigan Daily - Thursday, November 14, 1996-OA *Studies show cancer deaths decline for first time in history .. The Washington Post For the first time in U.S. history, cancer death rates have begun to decline steadily, according to two new studies, and the trend may be accelerat- ing. As a result, leading experts predicted yes- terday, mortality rates from all forms of cancer could decrease by 15 percent to 50 percent with-...…

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…10A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, November 14, 1996 *. I I I .t #%I 0 I F ': t' f) 0 t0 '3', r 4W 0.a *. w.* I 'C U 0 I* 7 All Q l v c Q Q ., 1 ) a 14 0l S I I p ' w ~ e 0 0 Every 1-800-COLLECT call you complete between now and December 16th will automatically enter you to win a trip for two to see Dishwalla live in concert in San Francisco, plus $1,000 cash to throw around town. The more 1-800-COLLECT calls...…

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… Freedom Orchestra Local musicians dedicated to social change are getting together for this Avalon Housing Benefit. The group will perform their blend of jazz, folk and originals at 8 p.m. at the First Congressional Church, 608 E. William. There is a suggested donation of $5-$15. For more informa- tion, call 662-7413. Thursday November 14, 1996 11A School of Music prescribes romantic 'Elixir' By i. David Berry For the Daily With the openi...…

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…12A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, November 14, 1996 Flecktones put some spunk into I Ypsi By Sam England For the Daily Bela Fleck and the Flecktones thrive on variety. This mush is evident in their performance, in which they embrace elements of folk, jazz, bluegrass and international traditions, just to name a few. Even judging by their instrumen- tation - banjo, R bass and Synth- Be Axe Drumitar, ant electronic drum the synthesizer - t...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Thursday, November 14, 1996 - 13A Seattle poet to read at Shaman Drum Writer combines Biblical stories, Jewish folklore to create vivid, moving works of poetry By Erin Schwartz For the Daily Seattle-based poet Emily Warn weaves a series of complex themes asso- ciated with Jewish history, as well as uni- versal truths about history, faith, God and language in her new book, "The Novice Insomniac" (Copper Canyon Press). War...…

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…14A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, November 14, 1996 Luscious ladies hit Detroit By Victoria Salipande For the Daily With their own unique blend of hip- hop, jazz, rock, pop and almost any other genre imaginable, the members of Luscious Jackson are back with their second full-length release "Fever In Fever Out." Those only familiar with their contribution to the "Clueless" soundtrack (the disco tune "Here") might be surprised how much more...…

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…I4 -.- - The Michigarn Dly~~ - Thuirsda~v.November I1196'- 15A *w-* .~ ~ .. r IIY I IIMIIIL. VII v.I.y - Illulol =Yl yyVVV111V61 AY, li w - iy 1p.' ' IF ISTI wh wh A weekly list of who's ere, what's happening and y you need to be there ... If ,r ,. thursday CAMPUS CINEMA American Buffalo (1996) Dustin Hoffman and Dennis Franz are two hustlers who end up betraying their other partner. Mich 7:15 p.m. Brazil (1985) Terry Gilliam's film...…

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… 3ttStdges--* } SCoreboard L.A. Lakers at SAN ANTONIO, Inc. NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE BOSTON 103, Atlanta 85 Colorado 4, DETROIT 1 TORONTO 110, Philadelphia 98 Florida 5, MONTREAL 3 CLEVELAND 81, Portland 70 N.Y. ISLANDERS 5. Vancouver 4 DETROIT 95, Denver 94 Phladelphia 2, N.Y. RANGERS 1 Washington 106, at NEW JERSEY 91 Edmonton 4, OTTAWA 0 Miami at CHICAGO Inc. Home team in CAPS Thursday November 14, 1996 16...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Thursday, November 14, 1996 -17A HARRIERS Vontinued hrnp Page 16A "We still have the pack mind-set, but we're going to try to get out at the front more," Barber said. "We did a little bet- ter at Big Tens, but we need to do it even more. We have to get out quickly, find each other, and then work on speeding up." McGuire said that he does not want Michigan's legacy of success to intimi- date the team, but at the same time,...…

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…18A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, November 14, 1996 AROUND THE Iifi. 1 r CONFERENCE Ohio State ready to secure first Rose Bowl in 11 years By Evan Braunstein For the Daily As the football season draws to a close, the bowl picture has become clearer. Unfortunately for 'fans, most games take on less meaning. Ohio State has practically locked up a Rose Bowl berth, leaving the middle- of-the-pack teams to battle it out for the lesser bowls. Ye...…

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… 0 0 00 Nobody prepares you like Kaplan has the most complete arsenal of test prep tools available. From videos to virtual reality practice tests, to software and on line services, nobody offers you more ways to practice. Kaplan's dynamic teachers will show you the proven skills and test-taking methods that help you get a higher score. t get a I with the in A Michigan DaiIy Best Test Prep nn Arbor! yReadership Poll '96 Space is limite...…

November 14, 1996 (vol. 107, iss. 32) • Page Image 20

… Tastes of Ann Arbor Dining Guide The Michigan Daily - Tipoff '96 - BIG TEN Postseason tourney could hit Big T Conference presidents could approve tournament plans at meetings in ea Voted "Ann Arbor's Best Mexican Food, ' '93 94- Th ichigan Daily Readership Poll 'Tex-Mex without guilt.. a cheerful bustling atmosphere ... healthierversions of Tex-Mex dassics." -taura McReynolds,The AnnArbor News "A definite cut above... The Burrot menu ...…

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…4B - The Michigan Daily - Tipoff '96 - Thursday, November 14, 1996 0 9 COLUMN BIG TEN PREVIEWS The Michigan Daily -Tipoff '96- 'Cats try to claw out o It's been long enough; Fisher's tfne to win is now Unfortunately for Steve Fisher, time does- n't stand still. His prize recruits can't hang around Ann Arbor for 10 years. In fact, they have a difficult enough time just stay- ing for four. And this year's version of the Wolverines is no d...…

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…0 0 208 - The Michigan Daily - Tipoff '96 - Thursday, November 14, 1996 BIG TEN PosmON PREVIEW The Michigan Daily - Tipoff '96 - TI Gophers' season could be Golden Big things expected of big Blue's I Taylor, Baston,- Traylor bulk up, slim down to become Big Ten's top fr< By John Lxroi If history meant anything to Minnesota coach Clem Haskins last season, it sure doesn't now. The NCAA Tournament selection committee made the Golden Goph...…

November 14, 1996 (vol. 107, iss. 32) • Page Image 24

… 1 The Holidays Are lack ! This is GRFATNEWS! Now you can get that gift basket you've always wanted Stuff it with smooth Vermont maple syrup, fresh fruit, gourmet coffee, chocolate bars - Oh, YUM! Reserve Your Gift Baskets Today! @751-6000 But wait! There's MORE? You betcha. Amer's is one of Ann Arbor's favorite caterers, too. Enjoy a full selection of great food. Mediterranean specialties, HOT breakfasts, HOT dinners, deli trays, salads, mor...…

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… 88- The Michigan Iy -9Tip6ff' - Thurs November 14, 1996 9 BluewarmshuptfouNON-CONFERENCE Blue warms up with four Midwestern cupcakes S BIG TEN The chigan Daily - Tipoff '9 a State still looking up By Danelle Rumore The Michigan men's basketball team will face non-conference opponents Ball State, Cleveland State, Bradley and Detroit in a span of a week and a half.t And probably the most excitement generated from the games will come fro...…

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…168 heVitdhigan' Dailfy tF1 sday ovember 14,~f996 NON -CONFERENCE Tigers won't be growling anytime soon 0 The Iiciian Da -Tipoff '161 NON -CONFERENCE Blue danCes wiU By Alan Goldenbach Last year was the 10th anniversary of Louisiana State's improbable run to the Final Four. And if coach Dale Brown had his way, the Tigers were going cel- ebrate with history repeating itself. Brown had what was going to be the nation's top backcourt with Ro...…

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…IOB - The Michigan Daily - Tipoff '96 -- Thursday, November 14, 1996 AT A GLANCE The Michigan Daily - Tipoff '96 -1 FEATURE 3 RYAN DEKUIPER Height: 6-foot-4 Weight: 200 lbs. Class: Senior Position: Guard Hometown: Freemont 4 Is he back? BRANDUN HUGHES Height: 6-foot-0 Weight: 180 lbs. Two injury-plagued years have dropped Jerod WardfroM malorfiop. Can he become the player everyone thought 2 1, Class: Junior Position: Guard Hom...…

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…10- The Michigan Daily -- f'96 - Thursday, Nove~er 14, 1996 EATURE i A A0 AT A GLANCE The Michigan 4y - Tipoff '9 -A, Changing of the Guard With hIs head held high and has spirits e finally achieved hi' dream ven higher, Brand - he' a Wolverie n Hughes has 30 MACEO BASTON Height: 6-foot-9 Weight: 210 lbs. Class: Junior Position: Forward Hometown: Dallas JE ]f T he championship game was a bundle cif contradicting eotions: happine...…

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… OB -- The Michigan Daily JW ken o ne -- ThA ay, November 14, 192t _W Th ihgnDiy1,edMgzie-T y oebr1,19 * * h icia Diy- hr The Michigan Daily key M ine -- ThurA 0 "Best Pizza Inl the Big Ten", SPORTING NEWS wIt IM Since 19481)z + A. p..... .NN r FIADIP rt p/ . Of Our DAIlLY IN HOUSE SPECIEILSI ONLY $4.95 Try One U Since 1915 a great Ann Arbor and i higan t radition! e moigun Etalu BEST OF ANN ARBOR Best RZichigan I teen s 993 I...…

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…Jr Irran *rnV Beather onlght: Increasing cloudl- ess, low around 420. omorrow: Cloudy, chance of howvers, high around 650 One hundred six years of editorifreedom Monday October 14, 1996 y 'j7 plt like afer the Nort/-estempotball ame W? were so close to getting into thefinal stae - Walter Harrison, vice president for University relations Court O der freezes searc Board was to start today Sept: 29, I95: University President James Du...…

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…2A - The Michigan Daily - Monday, October 14, 1996 NATION/WORLD Iraqi Kurds easily recapture key city Los Angeles Tunes ISTANBUL, Turkey - In a light- ning counteroffensive, an Iraqi Kurdish faction yesterday recaptured a key city in northern Iraq that it had lost six weeks ago to rival forces backed by Iraqi President Saddam Hussein. The Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, or the PUK, advanced from strongholds along the Iranian border and swept...…

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…T'1-_. A A Af1f41^ *3#. I LOCAL/STATE -e Miigan Daily - Monaay, Octooer 14,1 Physics dept. presents Saturday lectures for all 996>- 3A Women's group offers scholarships he Center for the Education of men is offering scholarships to undergraduate, graduate and profession- al; female students who have had an interruption in their education sometime between high school and college of at least 36 consecutive months, or 60 total months not incl...…

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…4A - The Michigan Daily - Monday, October 14, 1996 C iw iigrn ? EC1I 420 Maynard Street Ann Arbor, MI 48109 ,Edited and managed by students at the University of Michigan RONNIE GLASSBERG Editor in Chief ADRIENNE JANNEY ZACHARY M. RAIMI Editorial Page Editors NOTABLE QUOTABLE 'In a college town you deserve to feel safe and secure, and that you have an environment that you can really learn in.' - Residence Halls Association President Randy J...…

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… NATION/WORLD The Michigan Daily - Monday, October 14, 1996 - 5A tawsuit halts search for violating OMA Ex-Howard president tops pay list SEARCH Continued from Page 1A Ows apply to presidential searches. "We're not trying to stop the search. We're really arguing about what form the search will be in," said Jonathan owe, the newspapers' attorney. McGruder said the newspapers depided to file the lawsuit because they were concerned about the ...…

October 14, 1996 (vol. 107, iss. 11) • Page Image 6

…6A - The Michigan Daily - Monday, October 14, 1996 INDEPENDENCE CONDO 2 bdrm. Minutes drive to campus. $900/mo. Oakland Management 761-7491. NOW LEASING Fall '97 Furnished houses + Apartments Stop by for brochure. Campus Rentals 1335 South University at Washtenaw 665-8825. **********PARKING!********** On campus parking! Special rates!2 665-8825 BRAND NEW futon-exc. condition, free installation, great price 997-9177. CABLE DESCRAMBLER KIT $14...…

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…i LOCAL/STATE The Michigan Daily - Monday, October 14, 1996 - 7A Facuiy say Surprised by lawsuit, one the facu "It's extr professors question University its timing Robert Lind psychology. y David Rossman The Boar StaffReporter - the acuity members said the restraining University p rder against the search process is both dent iscouraging and shocking. Thanksgivin "I was kind of startled. I assumed that "Someth verything was in order," said h...…

October 14, 1996 (vol. 107, iss. 11) • Page Image 8

… STonight's show - the last at our own M ichigan Theater - is at 9 o'clockon Monday October 14,19 Paralyzed journalist Hockenberry to speak at Union I By Stephanie Jo Klein Daily Arts Writer When Mount St. Helens erupted in May 1980, it blew John Hockenberry's life wide open. After he watched colleagues from the Washington public radio station at which he vol- unteered trek up the mountain in ash-covered boots and come back with incredible...…

October 14, 1996 (vol. 107, iss. 11) • Page Image 9

…*Road horse Fa By Cohn Bartos Daily Arts Writer It's pretty amazing what constant touring can do for =a band. Earlier this year, tour-happy 311 finally hit it big after a few years in the underground. It looks like Victorville, Calif., punksters Face to Face just might - be the next ones to break out. Touring does a lot for a band: It makes the members *better musicians, it develops a big word-of-mouth fan base and it gains the band respect. T...…

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…1OA -The Michigan Daily -Monday, October 14, 1996 The Ocean Blue drowns with plain new album The Ocean Blue See the Ocean Blue Mercury Records ** Ho hum. The Ocean Blue was once an inventive pop band, making beauti- ful, ethereal music that combined '80s' synthesizers with '90s' jangly guitar so seamlessly that often it all sounded like one instrument. Singer David Schlezel added his Morrissey-esque whine to create sonic landscapes that rea...…

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… Monday October 14, 1996 11A w - M6.M. Mo 0 Whistles can't keep 'M' icers from sinking Lakers By Mark Snder Daily Sports Wter SAULT STE. MARIE - The Michigan hockey team went to Lake Superior hoping to escape with a victory. It left happy to escape alive. Michigan defeated Lake Superior, 4-2, in a game that was best defined as brutal. Whistles were the theme of the night as the refer- ees called 43 penalties between the two teams. With th...…

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…12A - The Michigan Daily - Monday, October 14, 1996 No vacancy in penalty box By Andy Knudson Daily Sports Writer SAULT STE. MARIE - Universities have received probations, even "death penalties," for lack of insti- tutional control. Given such precedent, referee Matt Shegos woald seem eligible for similar punishments after whistling 43 penal- ties Saturday in Abel Arena. Shegos also seemed eligible for several assists. Only one goal in Michi...…

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… --w w 0 ; - _qw -- Nobody prepares you like Kaplan has the most complete arsenal of test prep tools available. From videos to virtual reality practice tests, to software and on line services, nobody offers you more ways to practice. Kaplan's dynamic teachers will show you the proven skills and test-taking methods that help you get a higher score. I __-a [: 1 . with the Best Test Prep in Ann Arbor! Michigan Daily Readership Poll...…

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… 22B - The Michigan Daily - Faceoff '96 - Monday, October 14, 1996 4* - e id 0 Monday, Oc er 14, 1996 SHOWCASE Contnue from Page 208 for the Hobey Baker Award. Co-captain Mike Crowley, a Hobey Finalist last sea- son, set single-season, Minnesota records in 1995-96 for assists by a defenseman (46) and total points by a defenseman (63). In goal, the loss of Moen is only a half-blow to the Gophers, as Moen split time in the net last season...…

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… - The Michigan Daily aceoff 96 -Monday, Octo 14, 1996 TEAM PREVIEW S Monday, October 14, 1996 {- Fa'eofi ichigan On the ce Ivy League comes to town With stars returning, offense remains. loaded By James Goldstein Daily Sports Writer Brendan Morrison said he took a long break from hockey over the summer. He deserved it. Michigan's senior captain, whose overtime poke-in goal gave the Wolverines their eighth national cham- pionship l...…

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… 20B The Michigarr Daily - FRoff '96 - Monday, October 10"1996 . Monday, 0der 14, 1996- -- - V f " ichigan against the nation Michigan hockey recaps 7 Maine's stars leave program in wake of NCAA postseason ban Long history demonstrates shades of Red: Berenson, Wing Remember when Maine broke the Wolverines' hearts in triple-overtime of the 1995 NCAA semifinal? Well, that is the last pleasant memory for anyone associated with Black Bea...…

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… 6B - Faceoff '96 - The Michigan Daily - Monday, October 14, 1996 0 q 0 0 Monday, October 14, 1996 - Faceof Once more, two-gether Michigan's offensive stars are in sync on and offthe ice All you need to know about everyone wearing the maiz Brendan 9 Morrison (C) Position: Center Year: Senior int. Wt. 5-1 176 NHL rights: New Jersey By Jim Rose Daily Sports Writer Brendan Morrison, Jason Botterill and Blake Sloan are standing shoulder...…

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… 18B The Michigan Daily - Fac&ff '96 --.Monday, October -14 996 f a. 46 i Monday, Octr 14, 1996 - F 18B TheMichganDaiy - a~f '96-. ondy, Otobr 1496 ModayOctr 14 196w- Meet the Michigan hockey team.. Tried and teste Peter 5 Bourke Position: Defense :Year: Senior t. wt. 6-0 181 NHL rights: undrafted Turco learned last season that titles are not won without a struggle Bourke Assenmacher Botterill Clark Frescoln .................…

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