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October 16, 1995 (vol. 106, iss. 12) • Page Image 1

…I r Weather Tonight: Mostly clear, low around 30. Tomorrow: Partly cloudy, high around 65% EActw *rnt One hundredfve years ofeditorialfreedom Monday October 16, 1995 I Shiite Muslim guerrillas kills 6 Israeli soldiers in an attack I The Washington Post JERUSALEM - Shiite Muslim guerrillas ambushed an Israeli armored patrol before dawn yesterday in southern Lebanon, killing six sol- diers and wounding another severely. It was the highe...…

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…2A - The Michigan Daily - Monday, October 16, 1995 NATON/WOUR Hurricane Roxanne revisits Mexican coast MEXICO CITY (AP) - A reborn liurricane Roxanne took aim yesterday at Mexico's southern Gulf coast, bear- ing down with 85-mph winds on areas the storm had sideswiped with heavy winds and rain just days earlier. Roxanne, which had been down- graded to a tropical storm, was a cat- egory 1 hurricane yesterday, the weak- jst.n a scale of 1-5....…

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… ae . S rw r . 'U' hosts largest College Bowl tournament ever Seventy-two teams participated in more than 500 tournaments at the Uni- versity intramural College Bowl tour- nament last Monday. The Screaming Itos took first place in the general division, and Delta Chi won the Greek division. College Bowl is an academic game of questions on a wide variety of sub- jects including art, literature, current events, science and popular culture. The U...…

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…4A - The Michigan Daily - Monday, October 16, 1995 UI1r ti.i uu O it JULIE BECKER ON TIE RECORD 420 Maynard Street Ann Arbor, MI 48109 Edited and managed by students at the University of Michigan MICHAEL ROSENBERG Editor in Chief JULIE BECKER JAMES M. NASH Editorial Page Editors Sihyig awayomtihe front in) es ofie a ortkrn debate I Unless otherwise noted, untsigned editorials reflect the opinion of a majority of the Daily's editorial b...…

October 16, 1995 (vol. 106, iss. 12) • Page Image 5

…Newspaper Sbed DETROIT (AP) - Pickets trying to elay delivery of Detroit News and ree Press Sunday editions were told to e peaceful, and Detroit Newspapers orted "the smoothest Sunday since e start of the strike." Al Young, president of the Team- ers Local 2040, said pickets had been Id to avoid violence that has marred ast weekend demonstrations. "We need to change the tone," he id. "It is very important we start turn- g things around in the ...…

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…- NATaION wtn The Michigan Daily - Monday, October 16, 1995 - 7A vUS hijack essage t om Daily Wire Services MOSCOW - Security forces dis- osed little about the masked gunman ey overpowered and killed early yes- rday during ahostage-taking incident ar the Kremlin, but the latest in a ring of terrorist attacks spoke vol- es about the soaring vulnerability of ussians and foreign visitors. The brazen seizure of a busload of uth Korean tourists ...…

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…R; {Itd iq J 1 Elizabeth Alexander reading Poet Elizabeth Alexander is the latest writer in U-M's Visiting Writer Series. Author of "The Venus Hottentot," Alexander reads today at 4 p.m. in the Rackham Amphitheatre. The event is free; for more information, call 764-6296. Page BA Monday October 16, 19t ette doesn't mae the gmde Additional subplots, heavy symbolism muddle movie r By Jennifer Petlinski Daily Arts Writer "Freely adapted from the ...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Monday, October 16, 1995 - 9A Beyond the censorship battle lies an intriguing work By B. Tubbs For the Daily After hearing about the censorship battles surrounding Stephanie Sailor's controversial "Milk: What A Surprise!" exhibit, it's about time we take a look at the art itself. It has been moved from the Art school and reinstalled at the Alexa Lee Gallery, located in Nickel's Ar- cade. "Milk" is an exhibit of images ar...…

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…IQA - The Michigan Daily - Monday, October 16, 1995 "Lie Down with Dogs" explores one man's quest for a little fun Tonight and Wednesday night, the Michigan Theater is presenting young New York filmmaker Wally White's comical film "Lie Down with Dogs." Billed as a "gay Gidget," the movie is a character study regarding the very charming and jovial Tommy, who lives life to Its fullest and gets the inspiration for all his actions from the philos...…

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… U.tW £I(ibigatn ui1g (1) Florida St. 72, Wake Forest 13 (2) Nebraska 57, Missourl O (3) Florida 49, (7) Auburn 38 (4) Ohio St. 27. (21) Wisconsin 16 (5) Southern Cal 26, Wash. St. 14 (6) Tennessee 41, (12) Alabama 14 (8) Kansas St. 23, Oklahoma St. 17 (10) Kansas 34, Iowa St. 7 (13) Oklahoma 24, (18) Texas 24 (14)1 (15)t (24)1 (17)1 (19)' (20)l (22)- (23)] (25). Northwestern 27, Minnesota 17 Oregon 52, California 30 Washington 38, (16) Sta...…

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…2B - The Michigan Daily - SPORTSMonday - Monday, October 16, 1995 '' ".' ^'' ,. s # w .,~og e«,eI Wildcats and Hawke hockey in corner in By Michael Levy Daily Sports Writer It was the biggest weekend of the year thus far for the Michigan field hockey team. The Wolverines battled for the Big Ten conference regular season title. The weekend, however, was a disappointment for them. Michigan battled Northwestern Friday and met Iowa Sunday at Oc...…

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…100" Apo _ 01, H: . ,. ltaY .....S4f_.:?._#' .. ,t 2¢ : :cctb _. ,",..w .. ..,. . Ryan White White On Target 6oda~ster LUfr was, oa /z oWe urteen years ago-tomorrow, an era in Michigan football history ended - and it had nothing to do with the team on the field., On Oct. 17, 1981, legendary radio voice Bob Ufer broadcast his final Michigan football game. .Nine days after that Michigan St'di im contest between the Wolver- iuiedand Iowa, Ufe...…

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…4B - The Michigan Daily - SPORTSMonday - Monday, October 16, 1995 4 To, Tx . Frosh make solid debut Youngsters' presence felt on both offense and defense .......... Michigan's Mike Legg scored Saturday: MARK FRIEDMAN/Daily at the 18:24 mark of the second period to give the Wolverines a 4-0 lead over Guelph By Alan Goldenbach Daily Sports Writer Inexperienced, immature, intimi- dated? Huh? Although they are only freshmen, left wings Greg...…

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… M sH I}Ke. er , A ,,,R The Michigan Daily - SPORTSMonday - Monday, October 16, 1995 -5B ESPNifcoutheaveNosmd/st forMaz H e missed the shot. Without question, the biggest shot of his life, and he didn't even hit the rim. One shot at national fame and fortune - well, sort of-- and Subash Mani left it a couple feet short and left. Mani, a freshman, survived the prelimi- nary rounds of ESPN's halfcourt shot contest to earn a chance at the gran...…

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…68 - The Michigan Daily -- SPORTSMonday - Monday, October 16, 1995 SCOREBOARD NATIONAL COLLEGE FOOTBALL STANDINGS Athlete of the Week Who: Jason Botterill Sport: Hockey Eligibility: Junior Year: Junior Hometown: Winnipeg, Manitoba High School: St. Why: Botterill scored two goals against Guelph Saturday night. His first goal was the game's turningpoint, open- ing the floodgates for the Wolverines in their 8-0 win. Background: Honorable Me...…

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… SCORE]30ARU The Michigan Daily - SPORTSMonday - Monday, October 16, 1995 -78' I I Goldman, Sachs & Co. invites University of Michigan undergraduates to explore the many opportunities for professional growth within the firm. I y d.' G %6 1i t I Read the Daily Write for the Daily Recycle the Daily peciatyBeers: NEW CASTLE BRO0WN so Anchor Steam Motor City Brewing '1{oney B5rown.~ ' erra Nevada Dou 1DIAMOJHD Honey Weiss Ruby Tuesday locate...…

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…$B -The Michigan Daily -- SPORTSMonday Monday, October 16, 1995 BIG TEN ROUNDUP: George's 3 touchdowns lead Ohio State past Wisconsin Associated Press Eddie George rushed for 141 yards and three touchdowns, including a 51-yard burst with 6:33 remaining that lifted No. 4 Ohio State past No. 21 Wisconsin, 27-16, Saturday. George's big run came just two minutes after his 1-yard touchdown run erased Wisconsin's 16-13 lead midway through the fi...…

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