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April 15, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 118) • Page Image 1

…ElE trran~arn Weather. Today: Rain. High 58. Low 40. One hundred eght ears o edtoiz1l1eedom Tomorrow: Showers. High 48. 6' . J Thursday April 15, 1999 ....... .. ... ..................... -01 9 T e i - a 4 ecret societies open doors to gender equality Administration refused to support exclusive organizations By Jaimie Winider D! Staff Reporter e secret organizations Michigamua and Adara, traditionally single-sex senior honor societies, are...…

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…2A - The Michigan Daily --Thursday, April 15, 1999 NATION/WORLD Student in serious condition a ter fall EMU Continued from Page 1A EMU spokesperson Pamela Young said students living in residence halls who are of legal drinking age are allowed to have alcoholic beverages in their rooms but are not allowed to have kegs or serve alcohol to minors. Wilber, 22, had purchased two ,.kegs for the residence hall party, which was attended by several...…

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… LOCAL/STATE The Michigan Daily - Thursday, April 15, 1999 - 3A RESEARCH i Study finds doctors ignore patients' pain 0 A study by the University of Iowa Medical School found that many doctors do not prescribe pain med- ication freely enough in emergency situations, The Daily Iowan report- ed. The study concluded that doctors should use pain management drugs more often than they currently do. The study found that doctors are reluctant to give...…

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…4A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, April 15, 1999 ullie Airb|{wn 1a{lg Milestone birthdays showcase typica 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 board. All other arti...…

April 15, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 118) • Page Image 5

…1 PAYFOR O U N OGIElEOR HEAVY YNNBSWATSHIRAD TAKE ANY 3 OF THE FOLLOWING FREEI * LONGSLEEVE T=SHIRTS "T-SHIRTS " ALL HATS " FITTED WOOL HATS " POCKETED COTTON SHORTS " FLANNEL BOXER SHORTS, " BABYDOLL T-SHIRTS -,7 " RINGER T-SHIRTS-- * KIDS T-SHIRTS * KIDS WONGSLEEVET-SHIRITS I …

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…6A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, April 15, 1999 1 & 2 BDRM. APTS. for Fall 99. 521 N. Division. Quiet, well kept, idry., prkg. (248) 344-8586. 1 BDRM.- PROFESSIONAL & grad. bldg. vaulted ceilings, bay windows, spacious, dwshr., A/C. Call CMB 741-9300. 1014 CHURCH- Modern, furn. Tri-level Townhouse w/ courtyards for 3 persons S1025-$1150. Futon, track lighting, dishwasher, central A/C, prkg. & Idry. Sept. leases, 663-7444. I *************...…

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…T Th McignDal -TurdaApi 1,199- 7 LOCAL/STATE creek councils vote to enact new EMPLOYMENT policy for alcohol at parties GREEKS Continued from Page 1A One of the strongest arguments against the new policy was made in opposition to the mandatory C week social probation given to any house hav- g a keg or hosting a "Friends" party where alco- hol is present, within the restricted time frame. Sorority and fraternity members said that the penalty ...…

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…1~ 8A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, April 15, 1999 Dartmouth assembly opposes Greek changes Fighting fire By Jeffrey Tanenhaus The Dartmouth HANOVER, N.H. (U-WIRE) - More than two months after the Dartmouth Board of Trustees announced a revolu- tionary social and residential life initiative that threatens to end the Greek system "as we know it, an emotionally charged Dartmouth Student Assembly meeting last night night ended with the pas...…

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… -WAR IN Kosovo The Michigan Daily - Thursday, April 15, 1999 - 9A enrmany calls for 1 day halt of BRUSSELS, Belgium (AP) - In a diplomatic drive to bring peace to Kosovo, Germany unveiled a plan yes- terday calling for a one-day suspension of airstrikes if Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic begins withdraw- ing troops from the province. NATO called the German plan a "food-for-thought paper," but did not immediately endorse it. Spokespers...…

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… MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL American League DETROIT 7. Minnesota 1 TORONTO 7, Tampa Bay 6 NEW YORK 14, Baltimore 7 National League CHICAGO 5, Cincinnati 4 MONTREAL 15, Milwaukee 1 NEW YORK 4, Florida 1 Houston 6, SAN FRANCISCO 3 NBA BASKETBALL CHARLOTTE 83, Detroit 79 INDIANA 83, Orlando 80 MILWAUKEE 98, Miami 86 Phoenix 101, SEATTLE 94 Utlje hc1tm Dai Tracking 'M' Turcos Former Michigan goalie Marty Turco was called up from the Michigan K-Wing...…

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…M0 womn pepfor nationals i California Thursday, April 15, 1999 - The Michigan Daily -11A B Dona Krischer Daily Sports Writer Five days from now, Michigan students and spectators will be witnessing the spectacle known s the Naked Mile. And while Tuesday's runners have been posing in the mirror all week to find their "best side," Michigan's women's track team has been prepar- ing for something else. This weekend, the Wolverines head out west f...…

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…_12A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, April 15, 1999 Recker latest to bolt from Indiana hoops Ditka sees Williams' potential, do Browns? AUBURN, Ind. (AP) - Luke decker, Indiana's leading scorer last season, said today he would transfer to another college because he was not sat- isfied with his development as a play- er. The 6-foot-6 sophomore swingman is the third Hoosiers starter to leave in 'the past two years. "This is the toughest deci...…

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…Thursday, April 15, 1999 - The Michigan Daily - 13A Iowa is chance to tune for Big Tens Michigan men's golf heads to Ohio W Aru. Sopns Sports Writer With the Big Ten Championships looming on the horizon, the Michigan women's golf team will be looking to fine tune its game this weekend at the Hawkeye Invitational in Iowa City. The tournament will be the final competition on Michigan's regular- season schedule. Coming off a somewhat disappoi...…

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…14A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, April 15, 1999 Softball rebounds with win in nightcap MARK SNYDER Mark My Words SOFTBALL Continued from Page 10A allowed Eiland and Gillies to rest. Power pitchers, like Barda, are known to have trouble pitching on consecutive days. "It didn't bother me that much," Barda said. "It's no big deal to me." In the second inning, Michigan jumped on the board first to take a 1- 0 lead. Third baseman Pam Kosanke...…

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…Thursday, April 15, 1999 - The Michigan Daily -15A You ain't seen nothing like the Mighty Quinn By Chris Grandstaff Daily Sports Writer *For all intents and purposes, the game was over when senior Kevin Quinn came to the plate in the ninth inning yesterday. Michigan trailed the Golden Grizzlies 12-4 with one out in' the ninth. The stands were virtually empty and the Wolverines looked as if they were mentally exhausted. Just then, Quinn slapp...…

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…16A - The Michigan Daily_-_Thursday,_April_15, 1999 D'ESINED TO BE A 9WoVRN M' gymnast will compete one last time By DAN DINGERSON mDaLY SPORTS WRITER Football games in Michigan Stadium are one of the best recruiting tools for the foot- ball team. The thought of playing in front of more than 100,000 fans entices some of the best athletes in the country to come to Ann Arbor. It would probably surprise many people though, that a football ga...…

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…*I _ __ s O1 WINGS, WHEELS, WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCEREALLY? The Air Zoom Flex performance skate is designed specifically for women. It features an anatomically correct sockliner for support and a lower cuff to fit a woman's lower and larger calf muscle. Combined with our unique ForeFlex System, the Air Zoom Flex lets you lower your center of gravity and improves your balance. Better balance gives you a more powerful stride, which increases yo...…

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… 2C,- TheMichiganaayly Weekendetc MagaZine - Thursday, April 45,1999 The Tang ed Web: Web sites we think you'll like http://www.ballparks.com - Remember George Steinbrenner's impossible dream of buying an entire sky-scraper-laced block of Manhattan real estate and razing everything to build a new Yankee stadium next door to the Empire State Building? Well, the blueprintsx for such a stadium are available here. There are also plans for a new C...…

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… 0 9 0 0 The Michigan Daily - Weekend, etc 40 - The Michigan Daily - Weekend, etc. Magazine - Thursday, April 15, 1999 Record houses beware: MP3s catching on, becoming norm Top 10 Albums (The nation's top-selling albums for the week) By Matt Lurie Daily Arts Writer Some supporters of MP3 say the tech= nology will revolutionize the way we lis- ten to, buy, and create music. Naysayers say the recording industry is too strong and powerfu...…

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…6C~ - The, ~higan Daily - Weekerc~tc, Magazine - Thursday, *il 15, 1999 6G - The, higan, Daily:- Weekepu~tcM~againe 8-Thursday, #1 151. as. " " tc Video Rewind Hawks' 'Baby' shows how to make funny also smart 0 The Michigan Dal- Weekend, etc. THE TIRED SERMON By Erin Podolsky Daily Arts Writer Long before the Farrelly brothers were making us dumb and dumber - hell, before they were even born - Howard Hawks was making some of the best com...…

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…V A i9 k ' r d } "f I ''x'#9.° ~O-Te Michigan D3aiy .Wee, ~:1azhe Thursday, April 15, 1999- 0 0 0 0 0 LOVE Continued from Page 2B Some, like LSA first-year student Dul Duggan, believe people have flings more often in the spring sim- ply because it is a needy time of year. "Everyone realizes that they don't have 'somebody' and they want to get laid," Duggan claimed. "It's tried and true." Eastern Michigan University senior Josh Barnett sh...…

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…beM Birgun &Iiii the PAichigan QaiFy Page 18 From the editors: Thousands of University students are preparing to graduate in Michigan Stadium on May 1. In the four (perhaps more or less) years they have been at the University, they have witnessed the installation of a new University president, the implementation of the Code of Student Conduct and the initiation of lawsuits challenging the admissions process in both the College of Literature,...…

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…2B - The Michigan Daily Graduation Edition - Thursday, April 15, 1999 GRADUATION '99 TEACHING TURMOIL Code of conduct GSIs refuse to work, demand better wages introduced to 'U' Editor's note: This story originally ran in the April 8, 1996 edition of The Michigan Daily. Graduate Student Instructors at the University held a walkout again on March 10 and 11, 1998 to obtain higher wages and increased benefits. By Anupama Reddy Daily Staff ...…

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…GRADUATION '99 The Michigan Daily Graduation Edition- Thursday, April 15, 1999 - 3B ' 4 iswu4 A 14 g Photos by: Jonathon Lurie, Margaret Myers, David Rochkind, Adriana Yugovich, and Warren Zinn - U Congratulations toJoshua Sobol for joining the Actuarial Student Program at The Hartford Life Insurance Companies Hartford Life Take the courses you need in your own hometown! " Choose from over 200 courses offered in 13 cities throughout...…

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… 4B - The Michigan Daily Graduation Edition - Thursday, April 15, 1999 Thanks for the GRADUATION '99 -MRIE S - '97 football season - we'll never see one like it again Editor's note: This story originally ran in the Jan. 6, 1998 edition of the Daily. By Nicholas J. Cotsonika Daily Sports Editor PASADENA, Calif. - Long after the trophy has tarnished and even this newspaper has yellowed, tales will be told with chest-bursting pride of thes...…

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… GRADUATION '99 The Michigan Daily Gradu AMERICA WITH AN OPEN SHUTTER ation Edition - Thursday, April 15, 1999 - 5B Gordon Parks uses visual photography to translate emotions By Aaron Rich Weekend, etc. Editor DETROIT - Our modern percep- tion of the world is - for better or worse - made up of visual images, including television programs, films and photographs. Many times it is dif- ficult for us to separate the "actual" world from that pre...…

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…68 - The Michigan Daily Graduation Edition - Thursday, April 15, 1999 GRADUATION '99 A beloved city FILE PHOTO/Daily An aerial view of Ann Arbor provides a glimpse of the campus senior students have called home for several years. After May 1, many will be leaving behind the familiar sight of Angell Hall and Central Campus. Alear Class of 1999 T he Class of 1999 has observed and participated in tremendous growth at the University. As the ...…

April 15, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 114) • Page Image 1

…ews: 76-DAILY dvertising: 764-0554 it I4an 2ID *rnt One hundred seven years of editoIr freedom Wednesday April 15, 1998 t, < : 8 I Michigan *Theater" returns to roots By Peter Meyers Daily Staff Reporter By the time University students return from summer break, the Michigan Theater will be very dif- ferent from when they left town. The historic theater is undergo- ing a $4.4-million renovation that will peel off the current facade to re...…

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…=MR 2 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, April 15, 1998 NATION WORLD Post offices try to put THEATER Continued from Page 1 " theater was renovated in n latertaXpfillnrellbyed"smallerma funino ae axfln more of the facaide's antic " n1956, will be :quee to expose ique ornamenta- v 1 WASHINGTON (AP) - Last- minute tax filers in Pleasanton, Calif., might not be able to drown their sorrows at the post office tonight, but they can pretend to ...…

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… - LOCAL/STATE The Michigan Dady - Wednesday, April 15, 1998 - 3 'HIGHER .EDUCATION= Harvard to redefine Radliffe's role The Fellows of Harvard University .and the Trustees of Radcliffe College are planning to redefine the historical- ly ambiguous role of Radcliffe -College, the Harvard Crimson report- ed Monday. Unnamed sources close to the dis- ~cussions said Radcliffe, once the female counterpart to Harvard, may "soon relinquish its 119-y...…

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…4 The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, April 15, 1998 tIz idignailg 420 Maynard Street F Ann Arbor, Ml 48109 LAURIE MAYK ____ Editor in Chief Edited and managed by JA students at the JACK SCHILLACi University of Michigan Editorial Page Editor Onless 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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… LOCAL/STATE Michigan Daily - Wednesday, April 15, 1998 - 5 *STD rates high among Michigan teen-agers Cuttin', it up DETROIT (AP) - The highest rates of chlamydia and gonorrhea in Michigan last year were found among those aged 15-19, even though state records show the overall rates for most sexually trans- mitted diseases fell statewide. "It's a serious problem," said Mark Wilson, program director for sexually transmitted disease preventio...…

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… 6 - The Michigan Daily -Wednesday, April 15, 1998 2 BDRM. APTS.- newly renovated, modem kitchens, lg. balconies, fireplaces-flexible leases-call Rebecca 741-9300. 2 BDRMS. UNFURNISHED. $535 per mo. Heat incl. Near whole foods supermarket. John 677-8679. 3 BDRM. FOR FALL. $635. Rivers Edge Anartinents. 487-5750. BACK ON THE MARKET. Great 5 bdrm. house in prime location. 3 full baths, fireplace, new front porch, laundry & parking included. 6...…

April 15, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 114) • Page Image 7

… LOCAL/S TATE The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, April 15, 1998 - 7 UIERGERS Continued from Page 1. for employer relations, said investment banking is the second highest field of interest at CP&P, with 400 of 1,200 students registered to use the career center's services that list it as a field of interest. She said commercial banking is also a pop- ular career choice. The School of Business and Administration's Office of Career Development repo...…

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… 8 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, April 15, 1998 NATION WORLD Herald, Times win Pulitzer prizes NEW YORK (AP) - 'he Grand Forks Herald, which published through floods that devastated the North Dakota city and its own plant, won the 1998 Pulitzer Prize for public service yester- day. The New York 'Times won three of journalism's most prestigious awards and the Los Angeles Times won two. It was the first Pulitzer for the Herald, whose build...…

April 15, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 114) • Page Image 9

…-teatures from beyond mBf Tomorrow in Daily Arts: ehorrifyingly gruesome thriller "Alien" plays tonight at the U Check out the best places to eat, drink and be merry in Michigan. The Ridley Scott horror film that takes a crew of seven the Best of Ann Arbor 1998. space travelers and gives them the terror of vicious creatures Theater's 20 Most Fabulous Films The screening begins atoigoto 7i tmcs Ale"i n fteMcia : pm. Wednesday April 15, 1998 'Be...…

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… 10 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, April 15, 1998 'Ben Stein' wins over fans 'Giant' sprouts little laughs I By Michael Galloway Daily TV/New Media Editor Ever watch "Jeopardy" and hate when Alex Trebek so smugly supplies the correct question to an answer? Anyone can seem smart when the answer is written right in front of them. But what if Alex put his money where his mouth was and became a common contestant? What if he put up, say, $5,...…

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… MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL TEXAS 11, Detroit 2 BOSTON 8, Oakland 6 BALTIMORE 4, Chicago.White Sox 2 CLEVELAND 8, Seattle 3 Milwaukee 7, MONTREAL 4 ATLANTA 6, Pittsburgh 0 N.Y. METS 6, Chicago Cubs 0 NBA BASKETBALL ATLANTA 95, Philadelphia 94 CLEVELAND 95, Boston 85 Toronto 96, NEW JERSEY 92 NHL HOCKEY PHOENIX 2, Detroit I WASHINGTON 3, N.Y. Rangers 1 b Mcign ai Tracking 'M' teams Check out the Michigan men's tennis team against Notre Dame tomo...…

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…12 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, April 15, 1998 'M' can blame it on the wind Strong wind neutralizes solid effort from catcher Parrish By Jacob Wheeler Daily Sports \Vriter On a gusty day, a falcon can sail effortlessly along, hardly flapping its wings to keep moving. The Bowling Green Falcons expe- rienced one of those days yesterday, .... beating the Michigan base- Baseball ball team, 9-5, Notebook behind a strong -.............. .. wi...…

April 15, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 112) • Page Image 1

… "U4 i ews: 76-DAILY ~dvertising: 764-0554 One hundred six years ofeditorialfreedom Tuesday April 15, 1997 Associate provost dies cancer BKatie Wang )aly Staff Reporter The University lost one of its most prized administrators Sunday night to a five-year battle with lymphomic cancer. Susan Lipschutz, associate provost for academic affairs, died Sunday at St. Joseph Mercy Hospital in Ann Arbor. Lipschutz, 53, fought a courageous battle aga...…

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…2- The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, April 15, 1997 McDougal sentenced in Whitewater McDougal gets reduced sentence in Whitewater probe The Washington Post LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - James McDougal, a former partner with the Clintons in the failed Whitewater Arkansas land venture, was sentenced to three years in prison yesterday after the Whitewater independent counsel asked for a reduced sentence because of the assistance McDougal gave prosecutors. Mc...…

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…LoCAL/STATE The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, April 15, 1997 - Nte Woman may have stolen from 'U' Hospitals A female allegedly rummaged through a patient's belongings, took .hospital supplies and disposed of drugs in a bathroom Thursday, Department of .Public Safety reports state. The suspect .was' later placed into custody by DPS officers. The suspect was told by emergency room staff that she had been dis- charged, but disappeared before she qo...…

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…4 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, April 15, 1997 a1jz Eidi~gz &ztilg 420 Maynard Street Ann Arbor, MI 48109 Edited and managed by students at the University of M ichigan JOSH WHITE Editor in Chief ERIN MARSH Editorial Page Editor 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 Daily...…

April 15, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 112) • Page Image 5

… Check out this '80s classic on the big screen. Looking for some late- night relaxation? Watch "Elmo's" group of twenty-somethings as they try to understand their own lives. The event, sponsored by IFC and Panhel, is part of this year's "Senior Days" activities. Treat your- self to a film at the end of the year. The free screening will take place at midnight at the Michigan Theater. Tuesday April 15, 1997 5 Morphine energizes, stuns Pontia...…

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… 6 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, April 8, 1997 I - I **********PARKING!********** Winter & Fall '97 parking available. On campus Parkin1!ISpecial ratest BLACK SOFABED like new, queen size pul-out. $300 neg. 764-1141. CABLE DESCRAMBLER KIT $14.95 'view all premium & pay-per-view channels. 1-800-752-1389. MOVING SALE! Need to get rid of desk, 2 small refrig. & 2 queen-size beds. If interested, call 913-4304. SEALY POSTUREPEDIC twin mattres...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, April 15, 1997 -7 ~CTU RE ued from Page 1 LSA senior Rachel Rabkin, co- :.hair of Students Honoring Outstanding Undergraduate Teaching, the group that sifted through student ballots to choose Mann for the award, said this lecture was "refreshingly different" from iast lectures. "This was more of a lecture on his iersonal experiences as opposed to his academic insight," Rabkin said. Nursing Prof. Carol Boyd, last...…

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…8- The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, April 15, 1997 'Viva Variety' brings fresh fun to Comedy Central By Julia Ship Daily Arts Writer Dey talk like dees, but these comic sensations aren't from Eurrrrrrrrope. Complete with rolled r's and funky accents, outrageous acts, awesome musical guests and an abundance of hilarity, "The World's No. I Variety Show," "Viva Variety" makes an impres- sive° debut on C Comedy Central. Based in New York, the show ...…

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