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February 16, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 81) • Page Image 1

…I. SPOR Blue takes on lowly Hawkeyes Page 10 Page 5 WEg f 6 1 *rr~ jWtWml ator r One hundred three years of editorial freedom VoL CIV, No. 31 Ann Arbor, Mich~~~~~~IN- eNER.y eray1,1940 TeMcia al I I 3rd woman reports rape clinton against state anti-gay ballot proposals By HOPE CALATI DAILY STAFF REPORTER The number of reported rapes from this weekend rose to three. A 20-year-old woman reported rly yesterday morning that she was aped...…

March 16, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 96) • Page Image 1

…we A ti One hundred three years of editorial freedom R l s t' 019% The mkmgan Daily I Pro po Ye., i 0 What It means: Beginning May 1, to 6 cents per doll begin with the Apr Proposal A wins handily; student vote mixed FROM STAFF AND WIRE REPORTS Michigan voters yesterday overwhelm- ingly chose a higher sales tax instead of an income tax increase to fund schools and cut property taxes. With 90 percent of precincts reporting, Proposal A h...…

September 16, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 125) • Page Image 1

…i * 1 @1. CIV, No. 125 Arbor, Michigan arking * oator's aycit oils Ann Arbor tickets almost 300,000 cars per year By JENNIFER HARVEY For the Daily -Some University students feel that truggling to find a spot in Ann Arbor s often difficult and frustrating. "Parking in Ann Arbor is ridicu- ously inconvenient," said LSA sopho- ore Kate DeMeester. "I would rather alk than take my car." Ignorance about potential parking iolations contributes to an ...…

November 16, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 24) • Page Image 1

…t mx i One hundred four years of editorial freedom EleCtion f or' MSA begin with gewissues By CATHY BOGUSLASKI Daily Staff Reporter Starting today, students have the chance to choose who will represent them on the Michigan Student As- seimbly for the next year. For candidates, the main question may be who will win, but for many students, the main question is, "Why Ther to vote?" Turnout in MSA elections histori- cally has been low, often be...…

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