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November 16, 1999 (vol. 110, iss. 35) • Page Image 1

…we r 4p til-jagohh, Tuesday November 16, 1999 day: Mostly cloudy. High 44. Low 32. morrow: Partly cloudy. High 47. One hundred nine years of editonlfreedom . - "fps A{tG ' Dail GctUh' Ow~ QOVS4J9Pa .Iliiv jOUTV FROM THE GROUND UP (SU graduate brings green to BigHouse Stephane Offen ly Sports XWriter The Green Bay Packers are Amy Fouty's Sunday team. She likes nothing better then to sit back, relax and watch a Packers game. But wit...…

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…- The Michigan Daily -- Tuesday, November 16, 1999 MEETINGS' "ontinued from Page 1 Until MSU trustees make a decision iegarding their policies on the Open Meetings Act, Porteous said they will have All their meetings open to the public. But 3ollinger and the regents contend the rul- ng will not have a great affect on their .losed-door session policies. "As far as I know, we have not changed our policy," Bollinger said. In order to meet in pri...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, November 16, 1999 - 3 LOCAL/STATE CRIME Two suspects arrested in bleach sprayings 0iTwo Ann Arbor teenagers face charges of felonious assault after being arrested Saturday night in connection to. a series of incidents on campus in which victims were sprayed with a squirt gun containing an apparent mix- ture of water and bleach. "We arrested two suspects on Washington" Street, said Department of Public Safety Lt...…

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…4 -- The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, November 16, 1999 E £iligaw P gil What would you do with a great big 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 Dailvys editorial board All other articles,...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, Novemer u, - r LOCAL/S TATE lollinger to receive ode amendment proposal By Jeremy Peters Daily Staff Reporter University President Lee Bollinger will receive a report containing proposed amend- ments to the Code of Student Conduct in the ,ar future, Student Relations Advisory ommittee Chair Al Burdi said yesterday. Burdi said that his office is focusing on amending the Code with the help of three Michigan Student...…

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…8 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesdav. November 16. 1999 v s rv r v aw vu+ ,avu.r ,W.. , .u..., ,w~ ,,, ...,..., "Sod squad" works I Soakin' up some rays | MSA Continued from Page 1 0 to keep field green TURF Continued from Page 1 tions. Right after the stadium was host to Spring Commencement in May, it was torn up in order to add more soil. Before this season, Michigan's field consisted of about 90 percent sand and 10 percent soil. The re...…

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… or Take a chance with open mic nights. The Ark features Cliff :Eberhardt and Liz Queler at 8 p.m. with "Take a Chance Tuesday," and the Blind Pig showcases Duress, Ocean Sol, Adrenaline 31 and He Whom? at their advance-booked open mic at 10 p.m. If singing is more appealing, check out Conor O'Neill's traditional Trish open mic at 9 p.m. Ulie £tdrm atg Tomorrow in Daily Arts: . Read Daily Arts for an interview with Eliza Minot, the author o...…

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…10- The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, November 16, 1999 DRE RETURNS WITH CAREFULLY CRAFTED 2001' Folk feminist Difranco expands with 'Teeth' The Godfather of gangsta rap has returned, hop- ing to re-establish his stature after a long absence. The rap game has undergone many changes since 1992 when Dr. Dre dropped the most pivotal rap album of this decade, "The Chronic." Since then characters such as Puff Daddy, Master P, 2Pac, DMX and the Cash ...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, November 16, 1999 -- 11 'Fi hter' Iits witli lite nex Radio host Rehm writes autobiography without 'Voice' L v un eS punche Virtua Fighter 3tb Dreamcast #'Virtua Fighter 3" came out in the arades several years ago, and it shows on the Dreamcast. Sega avoided releasing the game on the Saturn bicause it was not felt to be a strong enough hardware platform and it was in its death throes. The strategy has backfir...…

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…12 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, November 16, 1999 - Smith, Catholic League tussle over religious 'Dogma The Hartford Courant No theme should be off-limits for humor, says Chris Rock. The more serious the subject, the funnier it is, says the stand-up comic, who has found humor even in the Columbine High shootings in Littleton, Colo. ("The (Trenchcoat Mafia) kids said they were outsiders, and they had no friends, yet there were six of them. ...…

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…NFL San Antonio at NY Jets at UTAH, Inc. NEW ENGLAND, Inc. NHL NBA DETROIT 6 Seattle 100 Anaheim 3 NEW JERSEY 92 TORONTO 4 Indiana 96 San Jose 2 HOUSTON 87 Colorado at LA Lakers at VANCOUVER Inc. PHOENIX, Inc. Kal Gannon has pushed Michigan upfield all sea- ao, and now she's pushed the Wolverines Into the Final Four, gnning Friday ""-~ In Boston. DAVID ROCWIIND/Daiy 'Fed' gre head to Be Noavid Roth loy Sports Writer Though the Michigan field h...…

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…14 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, November 16, 1999 Stayin' alive McGuire's grin gives it away: They're in 4. By David Horn Daily Sports Writer At 3 p.m. yesterday afternoon the sun began to set on Ann Arbor. At the Indoor Track Building, the women's cross country runners chattered nervously amongst them- selves as they waited for coach Mike McGuire to arrive. The Wolverines had been waiting since Saturday, when a third-place finish at t...…

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…Tuesday, November 16, 1999 - The Michigan Daily - 15 M grapplers down our victories State Open Py David Edelman nwd Scott Waldman >r the Daily The Wolverines invaded Michigan State territory his past weekend and took four first-place finishes t thle Michigan State Open. The open tournament included teams from all vcrss the area including Northwestern, Ohio State and Michigan State. e Wolverines grappled to four top finishes ictm senior Joe Wa...…

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…16 The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, November 16, 1999 Soccer seniors pass torch to youth* Berendowsky ends career of Ruthian numbers with disappointing season end By Matthew Barbas Daily Sports Writer The 1999 season for the Michigan soc- cer team marked the culmination of a great senior class and the start of the school's most heralded freshman class. "This was a year to pass the torch," Michigan coach Debbie Belkin said. "This year's senior c...…

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…Tuesday, November 16, 1999 - The Michigan Daily - 17 Big Unit has Cy Young in NL, too Johnson: Forget wins and losses, forget ERA, this was a career year NEW YORK (AP) - Randy Johnson got a lot more support from Cy Young voters than he did from the Arizona Diamondbacks. Looking past a won-lost record that wasn't nearly as good as Mike Hampton's, baseball writers made the Big Unit only the second pitcher to win a Cy Young Award in each league...…

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…HAIR SALON 255 E. Liberty Plaza 665-5774 (Below Afternoon Delight) HOURS: Monday C& Wednesday: i104 Tuesday, Thursday tai Friday: 9-7 r Saturday: 9.5 Aveda, Redken &I Paul Mitchell Come Experience the Most Talented Stylists in Ann Arbor 1 1 1 1 1 1 rP- 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 t 1 *rFF Perm or Foil Highlights w ithP tirittirg stylises. h (T2 z pter aSzt2Er. Neaclients 0-dy. Emoires 02/28/00 Full Service Haircut w ith p rt-pa~t"" styists. a--- cnimpr r ...…

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…N WE , .ti I Y y ' - - I s Thursday, September 16, 1999 V ~' Athletic Dept. losses than By Rick Freeman Daily Sports Editor Upfront and honest about its shortco the University's Athletic Department yes morning revealed an additional defi $756,000 dollars found in a recent audit budget for the Fiscal Year 1998-99. The original budget projected a pro $1.093 million, but the recently disc losses bring the net loss to $2.784 mill $3.877 mi...…

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…2A -- The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 16, 1999 NATION/WORLD Nations promise relief or Timor DILI, Indonesia (AP) - Closi ranks against terror, countries fr France to Thailand promised yesterd to send soldiers to rescue thousands starving East Timorese from furt slaughter. The United States is offering plar and pilots to get peacekeepers into t province, and will also help with log tics, communications and intelligenc In just week...…

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… LOCAL/STATE The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 16, 1999 - 3A 'ESEARCH Study shows 1 in 3 Michigan kids don't buckle up Roughly one in three Michigan chil- en do not use safety belts, despite creased public awareness of the ben- efits of buckling up, according to University researchers. In a new study of safety belt use by children age 15 and under, researchers David Eby, Lidia Kostyniuk and Jonathan Vivoda of the University Transporta...…

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…4n - The Michigan Daly - Thursday, September 16, 1999 4e £1rb9a Dig Beware, ill effects of Kincaid decision could hurt 'U' 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 T he most important words in today's paper. or any other day Daily. sit right below the masthead on the front p...…

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… LOCAL/S TATE The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 16, 1999 - 5A .WebDorm lets students putI By Michael B. Simon For the Daily Students complain size of their residen *w have the opport boundaries of their li distant expanses of cy Mybytes.com, a N pany launched its WebDorm yesterday "premiere online con students." The company ho http://wwwwebdorm. sands of students a Cr municate using eras and chat. The new WebDorm ture from the previ...…

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…wr. -W 4ft ONE BDRM. Available now. 1209 Packard. $395/mo. All utilities included. 995-1832. LOST CAT male, siamese. Red collar, front declawed. Call 827-0933. COMPUTER-NEC notebook, 266 Mhz, 13" screen, Windows 98. $1250, obo. 763-3297. POWERMAC G3 350 w. 17" monitor, printer & modemn. New, $2300. 763-3297. CAMERA AND LENSES; Fujica flr with flash. Tamron 80-210 mm lens, accessories. $150. Call 663-8583. PARKING AVAIL corner of Hill & Was...…

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…LOCAL) *4thletic Department loss totals $3M The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 16, 1999 - 7A Sy the book 11 BUDGET Continued from Page 1A ed deficit came from overestimating revenue streams, rather than underestimating cost. The bulk of the underestimated costs - S213,000 - are lumped into a category labeled "Other Operating 0 xpenses," a category Goss thinks may include the costs f consolidating Michigan's summer sports camps and br...…

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…8A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 16, 1999 HIGHER EDUCATIONc-h Dontios'tsMcia tt echaltm ih By Lauren Gibbs Daily Staff Reporter Michigan State University took in a record number of donations last fiscal year, devel- opment officials at the school recently reported. The donations reached an all-time high of $404.1 million for the 1998-1999 fiscal year. $74.5 million of the donations are attributed to cash gifts and $29.6 million t...…

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…4ATION/X OIRLIDThe Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 16, 1999 - 9A Balancing federal budget would cut popular programs The Baltimore Sun WASHINGTON - Congress is beginning to get a close look at the price of keeping the fed- eral budget in balance - it would mean squeez- ing everybody's favorite programs - and all signs are that the lawmakers won't pay it. s for the much-heralded budget surplus: orget about it. Would-be budget-cutters are ...…

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…10A --- The ichigan Dailv -- Thurridv. SE 0 I I I II U aNt I U Studying in Europe is not just for language majors! University of Maryland University College at Schwabisch Gmund, Germany " Fully U.S. accredited academic program " Small classes taught in English " Degree programs: Business & Management, Computer Studies, English, European Studies, German Language & Literature, German Studies, Government & Politics, History, Internatio...…

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…Thursday, September 16, 1999 - The Michigan Daily - 11A .""i Young Judaea P""° i i i I 8 APb ,&+aa Programs Work in Israel! If you have been to Israel, are knowledgeable about Judaism and Zionism and have counselor/teen education experience, we've got a job for you? Staff one of Young Judaea exciting Israel Summer Programs for teenagers or our 10-month Year Course in Israel for high school graduates Study in Israel! More than just a ...…

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…a12A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 16, 1999 J L JL-- I > You can do The Michigan Daily crossword off the web every day, witho the comfort of your dorm, apartment 0r > You don't even need to get drew~ Cr.-oe.ssAword 1.0 :R 0 -i1 A 00I1 n roi V ..v,.I ~i MW t )ut even leaving rhouse. ::. .' 145 3'c .:. .'rIJI '.' S 4il «! $" 5' y><o 1 6 ab Ls r I : U …

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…LOCAL/STATE -The Michigan Daily - Thursday, Septemer 16, 1999 -13A Reports of infected bats increase in Michigan KINGSLEY, Mich. (AP) - An unusually high number of rabid bats has been found in Michigan this year - cause for concern but not alarm, officials say. The 52 bats with rabies found in the state this year arethe most of anyyear on record, d Brian Youngs, medical director of the Northwest Michigan Community Health Agency in Petoskey. T...…

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…14A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 16, 1999 LOCAL/STATE House Dems call for reform amid fraud claim Ex-girl can't get . LANSING (AP) - House Democrats said yesterday they will introduce bills this fall limit- ing soft money contributions and requiring most candidates to file campaign finance reports elec- tronically. Bill sponsors said the measures would give special interest groups less influence and make candidates more acc...…

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… MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL AMERICAN LEAGUE CHICAGO 3, ' Detroit 1. Anaheim 1, KANSAS CITY New York 6, TORONTO 4 Boston 6, CLEVELAND 4 TAMPA BAY 8. Seattle 4 Texas 8, MINNESOTA 3 NATIONAL LEAGUE New York 10, COLORADO 5 CINCINNATI 5, Chicago 4 Philadelphia 8, HOUSTON 6 Milwaukee at St. Louis, inc. Florida at San Francisco, inc. ~fe£dia aigic Traking 'M' tickets Did you turn in your Michigan basketball ticket order- form yet? Student applications...…

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…16A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 16, 1999 =-The Daily Grind- Fan votig unnecessary as century nears end E xtra, extra, read all about it! Vote for the Jos Keinbaum Story of he Century. I've been writing for The Michigan Daily for just over three years, but that doesn't mean there hasn't been josh a century full of K . a excitement! And Klembaum now you, gentle reader, get a chance to vote or your favorite. Here are the. candid...…

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…18A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 16, 1999 Big games abound, will keep fa glued to the television, No0 2 battles No. 4; Irish look to pound Spartans DyDavRoth defense. Florida quarterback Doug of the best wide receivers in the For he. airyJohnson has three powerful offensive nation - Santana Moss and Reggie his Veekend is filled with some weapons and spreads the ball around Wayne. of the most exciting college football the field....…

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… Thursda, September 16, 1999 - The Michigan Daly -19A 1 1 7771: 7 7 . I , , , 7 " " . 7 a Michigan field hockey players are relentless in use of term 'relentless' I By Michael Kern Daily Sports W%\ier "Be relentless." That has been the battle cry of the No. 12 Michigan field hockey team this week as the Wolverines prepare for Syracuse (3-2). "Our big focus is; being relentless and finishing this week because we have had a lot of trouble ...…

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…20A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 16, 1999 Global resources. Local presence. The fast track "}}:%:'l''r"Y':" }J. {JVr,{t: } ' {;: .v:;1v:%r: :: +{'%}''":i':... f::er., .}y} ,'}y}: rr,"." .l$} . {},:;", :'r,:." .v ;vr'. Gyy,.ykly ;r r{:'t; t s f }}?.. "r1 ;1. .. 1 . } :!:j } .".," !!: yy'. J,'':'.,. . ' 1. ' "rrJ y, l.". , }Y'"r.Y. .: { {'r' .. :{;. , y:;"}:; "{: .;rF } :; ; ; {;:; y. :,. f;; fir;' {}y}:"}. '?{%:{ r r :}:}:{"}J...…

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…Thursday, September 16, 1999 - The Michigan Daily - 21A Nebraska's Buckhalter to back up 4-back LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) - Correll Buckhalter's timing in ending his brief hiatus from Nebraska's football team turned out to be better than he or his teammates expected. Buckhalter, back from a one-game suspension for skipping practices, is now the No. 2 running back in the Cornhuskers' "i-back" formation after *e departure of starter DeAngelo Evans, w...…

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…22A The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 16, 1999 Nittany Lions change offense plan after close call against Pittsburgh STATE COLLEGE (AP) - Penn State needed long-ball passing to fool Arizona, whack Akron and sneak by Pittsburgh. Much as coach Joe Paterno would love to return to consistent, Big Ten-style, smash- mouth football, the Nittany Lions again may end up using every last reverse, streak and screen in their arsenal on Saturday. W...…

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….,.. _ a...__._. _.._.__._ 1ble. - 1hi gan Daily e, n, igzii urs ay, ~m er ~w~r - -,: Wonder youngest ever towin Keniiedy Honors Wshington Post WASHINGTON - Stevie Wonder, the 49-year-old songwriter and musi- cian who has been a spokesman for social justice, Tuesday became the youngest person ever selected for the Kennedy Center Honors. This year's salutes are also going to" the comic pianist Victor Borge, the prototypical suave spy Sea...…

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… i1 I 2W The Michigan Daily We nd, etc. Magazine - Thur y, September 16, 1999 0 WEBSITE OF THE WEEK ThedormStore.com You've probably noticed advertisements for a slew of online college bookstores on the radio or television. These companies are all trying to provide your textbooks online. Another company is trying to do the same thing with furniture and dorm supplies. ThedormStore.com is the dorm supplies answer to sites like ecampus.com a...…

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…- Thechigan Daily Weekend, ~ ['lagazine - Thursday. Selntber 16. 1999 * a * & ~he Michigan Daily - W~end, etc. Magazine - Thu~a~. Seotember 16. 1999 ~5B 8,: t i n Qai4y, ee. M yam. y ggine -- Thursday, Se& rftr 16, 1999- I r.f x i ? # I _a . j"he Michigan Daily -- Wend, etc. Magazine -- Thuay, September 16, 1999,&5B ., ..--.: .a. .® .. a.- .yy ,T- 7'V ..., , a ..... .. . _ b t t! i .? i P r k .. W q t P,,. D . i .. -v - .._ _ , r,,....…

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… 6B -Whe Michigah Daily Weeki, etc. Magazine ThursdWSeptember 16,1999' ! c State of the Arts DAVID LYNCH, FRUITY PEBBLES GO ON A UEST OF LIFE ml a . - -. --- - 1 OT LATE NIGHRUFOR THE BORDER "Siddartha" and "He-Man" give me much joy. I love David Lynch and Cameron Crowe films (except for that overwrought "Jerry Maguire"). I wear Darth Maul boxers, eat Fruity Pebbles and lately, my cd player spins the likes of Moby, Belle and Sebastian an...…

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…10B hreMieh anDaii vv - W , C t Mag ti e Thursdgy, Septembye'r 6, IX99 - us -0: he Miohigan Di y We d, etc. I agazine - Thu ,, p ber 16, 1999 7 'Head' drummer discusses life as a rock star By Adlin RosU Daily Arts Writer One of heavy music's most beloved sons is Machine Head. Introduced to the world with its "Davidian" single from he group's debut release, "Bum My eyes," via MTV's now defunct 'Headbanger's Ball," the band has done nothing ...…

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…8B - The Michigan Daily - Weekend, etc. Magazine - Thursday, September 16, 1999 The Bridge of Fl aF i "I have a philosophy," says the man standi panic." Oba Maja passes out his poetry in front c week. Today is Sunday, his slowest day, and he i his $55 rent. On average, Oba makes around $35 He can count on getting a donation of $20 room and other necessities. Although his incom high risks and he is without health care and ben One of the worst s...…

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…Y JE*'Er-a Yi Friday April 16, 1999 SAO- g3IL- Weather Today: Showers. High 58. Low 43. Tomorrow: Showers. High 35. One hundred eight years f ediftonilfreedom Voi:?CiX;-i 9 $i Thy Michigon Daaily', I Opinions revealed W in .W.eb survey By Kelly O'Connor DailyStaffReporter For the past year and a half, affirma- tive action foes and forerunners across the nation have focused their attention on the University and the two lawsuits chal- l...…

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…2 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, April 16, 1999 NATION/WORLD Pentagon regrets civilian deaths WASHINGTON (AP) - Pentagon leaders expressed regret yesterday that civilians were killed in a mistaken NATO attack on a refugee convoy in Kosovo, but seethed at the prospect of Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic using the deaths for propa- ganda gains. "You cannot have this kind of con- flict without some errors like this occurring," President ...…

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