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September 17, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 144) • Page Image 1

…8. One hundred eikht years ofeditori'alfreedom "Ut Friday September 17, 1999 Veather oday: Sunny. High 71. Low 4 omorrow: Sunny. High 73. Em , ". 7 ., r Pr x e ' '- j' Scry -.V ire damages Sigma Chi fraternity Basement fire forces members from former Phi Delta Theta house By Nick Bunkley and Yael Kohen Daiy Staff Reporters Flames gutted a basement room in the temporary Sigma Chi fraternity house last night, in what Ann Arbor Fire Depa...…

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…2 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 17, 1999 NATION/WORLD Church shooter leaves flew clues for police FORT WORTH, Texas (AP)-- Police picked through Larry Gene Ashbrook's trashed home and old journals on yester- day, finding holes punched in walls, con- crete poured in toilets and family pho- tographs shredded - but no explanation for why he opened fire in a church, killing seven people and himself. The 47-year-old Ashbrook appeare...…

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…RIME S wo suspects ested for tolen property e University Department of Public fety arrested two subjects matching e description of suspects in an armed bbery call. The suspects were in possession of olen property, including a back- ck, belonging to a subject who was aten in the face by the two earlier the evening in the Church Street rport. The victim denied medical attention, I'eports stated. ubject punched nd kicked A subject was beaten and ...…

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…4 - The Michigan Daily - Friday. September 17, 1999 1bE £xditijn &1Q laynard Street HEATHER KAMINS bor, MI 48109 Editor in Chief Ann Arbor: A hotbed for conversation and assault --- -- - --- - - - - -- - -- -- - --.f - - - - - - , - - - ---- - 420 M Ann Ar daliy.iettersiumicr.edu Edited and managed by students at the University of Michigan s, w. m, 5 z JEFFR E KOSSEFF DAVID WALLACE Editorial Page Editors Unless otherwise noted, unsigne...…

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… a I! kr 1' V:z 4b " '94 MAZDA MIATA, blk., 47K miles like new, hard top, CD, A/C, ABS, cruise control, manual, $9800 obo. (734) 662-1543 eves. ONE BDRM. AT 808 E. KINGSLEY. Newly remodeled. Lg. bdrm. Next to UM Nursing School. All utilities inc. I Free prkY. $630/mo. 248-738-7022. ONE BDRM. Available now. 1209 Packard. $395/mo. All utilities included. 995-1832. SHARE A GREAT house on South U. Bdrms. range from 120-200 sq ft. 973-7368. ...…

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…Fourth Russian bading , bombed VOLGODONSK Russia (AP) -_ President Boris Yeltsin, facing a politi- cal crisis after a fourth bombing in a month killed 17 people and wounded 180 others yesterday, said he has enough will and enough resources for *be struggle against terrorism." His statement came after the latest early-morning explosion at an apart- ment building. The four explosions together have killed at least 292 people. Prime Minister Vladi...…

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… Not like a puppy "The Eel" screens tonight at Lorch Hall. This film about an ex-con and his unusual pet is in Japanese with English subtitles. 7 p.m. AR SlTSm ai Monday in Daily Arts: Check out Daily Arts for reviews of "My Son the Fanatic" and "Blue Streak." # 1 8 Friday September 17, 1999 A 0, Blues, Jazz Fest opens tonight By Curtis Zimmermann Daily Arts Writer One only has to go as far Red Hot Lovers to fully comprehend the lega...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 17 1999 - 9 1FA Works in Progress highlights interactive paintings km Spamer r the Daiy It's a common rule that one should never uch the works of art in museums. Knowing is, a modern gallery painting which sts such "vandalism" would ordinarily nacceptable. Even a painting which fers utensils to aid the viewer's own cre- ive expression seems an outcast amongst e rest. A canvas flashes from a distance with...…

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…10 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 17, 1999 New films examine famiy life Los Angeles Times It began simply enough. Alan Ball was living in New York, writing plays and supporting himself with a job in the art department of a Manhattan magazine. On the street one day he encountered a man selling comic-book versions of the real-life soap opera known as the Amy Fisher trial, which then was under way. Already the case had been packaged as...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 17,1999 - 11 tostner's 'Love' shares romance and baseball The Hartford Courant . In his upcoming baseball flick, 'For Love of the Game," Kevin iostner gives new meaning to the erm pitcher's mound. Playing an aging Detroit Tigers her, Costner's uniform is so tight hat his sizzling fastballs seem to :ome from a painful need to be cleased from his his stingy jock- strap. At least that one aspect of the fi...…

September 17, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 144) • Page Image 12

… Scoreboard-. COLLEGE seattle 5, FOOTBALL TAMPA BAY 3 BRIGHAM YOUNG 34 NATIONAL Coiorc~do State 13 LEAGUE AMERICAN SAN FRANCISCO 6. LEAGUE Florida 5 KANSAS CITY 7, Chicago 7, Anaheim 1 CINCINNATI 6 New York 7. CLEVELAND 5 NHL EXHIBITION Florida U.. NASHVILLE 4 OT Montreal at BOSTON, mc. MLS New York 2, COLUMBUS 1 ZIIlte zi ztitigttn ttilir S Tracking 'M' teams The Michigan soccer team opens Big Ton play on the road this weekend. The Wolveri...…

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…Friday, September 17, 1999 - The Michigan Daily - 13 .Men's and women's swgers to tee off season on the road From staff reports Go west, young men and women, is he cry this weekend as Michigan's 1en's and women's golf teams travel to Colorado and Wisconsin, respec- tively. The men's golf team will tee off at the Falcon Cross Creek Invitational, hosted by the United States Air Force Academy. Today, 20 teams and 54 holes will collide at Eisenh...…

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…14 The Michigan Daily - Friday,Sr September 17, 1999 STAFF PICKS Michigan too much in trenches MATCHUPS Continued from Page 12 The quarterback debate between Tom Brady and Drew Henson has been of no consequence thus far. Both sig- nal-callers have been effective under center, driving the Wolverines down- field with relative ease. And Brady and Henson have a tal- ented cadre of receivers to throw the ball too. Marcus Knight has been con-...…

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…Friday, September 17, 1999 - The Michian Da - i5 *Wanted: More 'M' blueliners WALK-ONS Continued from Page 12 ing to get into the Blue-White game." Jeremy Metz, a member of the club team, said the varsity squad takes the best walk-ons to compete in the Blue-White game. "They probably take the ones that they feel won't be embar- rassed or get hurt," Metz said. Metz, who plans to try out for the varsity team for his third- straight year, is al...…

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…16 -- The Michigan Daily - rnaay, September 17, 1999 fRIsY mThs The fourth installment of a six-part series mapping the past 100 years at the University 01 eerge Mass consumption, questions shape '50s i f The Michigan Daily, May 1954 These headlines appeared on the front page of The Michigan Daily on May 11, 1954, - the day after the University fired two professors who refused to cooperate with a federal inquiry into their political beliefs....…

September 17, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 126) • Page Image 1

…1£*Ela tit! News: 76-DAILY Display Ads: 7640554 Classified Ads: 764-0557 One hundred seven years ofeditoridafreedom Thursday September 17, 1998 ,.. .. ,.. ,a d,< '' ..u . n. w. .. .',X...X ..;;r. a, s a i rv' ,e, , .. ,:-.,, k\ ;^ * "p .Y. ^;a"; n tr f r G ............ . '; :.: r si :. '2 ''r"..# y,;,~ "' .~'+7N ,.? K35r x;<. ..:r. z. ' .. @ r.r "l s.?.:."s~a Fs 9 Fxr 5 a: .v >rx .u;:.v : } P Vd' s ~Gs ;'r i;a J ' , .. .. .;, nse ,. >,, r...…

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…2A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 17, 1998ORLD Fed chair says there's no plan for rate cuts AROUND THE NATION t1 7'F'.' 1110 VV ablUlJgTLUI1 rUSL nt nr nnr:trnl { nn r n 'inin o ttrtrtac*1 t}tot o rota tot tt + t WASHINGTON Federal Reserve Chairperson Alan Greenspan told Congress yesterday there is no current plan for a coordinated cut in interest rates by the central banks of major industrial countries to spur slowing world e...…

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… LOCAL/STATE The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 17, 1998 - 3A ESEARC " Study focuses on West Bank water usage In an unlikely union, Palestinian and Israeli water conservationists have teamed to study the effects of conservation policies in the West Bank. The study, coordinated by Khalil Mancy, professor of environ- mental and industrial health, was submitted to Israeli and Palestinian authorities. The scientists hope their propos-. als...…

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…4A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 17, 1998 c1Ie Bdifigunt Eui g 420 Maynard Street Ann Arbor, MI 48109 Edited and managed by students at the University of Michigan LAURIE MAYK Editor in Chief JACK SCHILLACI Editorial Page Editor 'I'm not a rock group.' 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 refl...…

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…r14 V NATION/WORLD The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 17, 1998 - 5A Gingrich calls Clinton a 'misogynist' WASHINGTON (AP) - Speaker Newt Gingrich told fellow Republicans yesterday that President Clinton's own account of his relationship with Monica Lewinsky depicts him as a "misogynist," GOP con- gressional sources said. Gingrich argued forcefully for releasing a videotape of Clinton's grand jury testimo- ny. The sources, speaking ...…

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…6A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 17, 1998 I I GO' I II I I! rrc 3'r 4 I PNF "Cu $j DOMINICAN UNIVERSITY &udy Abroud Pro~rai1 From international business and diplomacy to literature and the fine arts, Dominican University is your comprehensive answer to study abroad In Europe. Our semester, full-year, and summer programs offer a quality educational experi- ence at affordable prices for stu- dents eager to learn and serious...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 17, 1998 -- 7A A?, f ii rJ1 ph * look for the Hogeschool van Amsterdam ad in tomorrow's paper. Hey Wolverinesl If you Want to Study Abroad, don't IoWk any further than the Michigan Union! 44 ENVIRONM[ENTAL FIELD STUDIES ABR~OAD I *Fall * Winter *Spring *Summer* The University of Michigan sponsors programs in Europe, Africa, Asia, Australia, and Latin America and the Caribbean for the academic ...…

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…8A -- The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 17, 1998 T- C for sale *************PARKING!************* On campus parking! Special rates! 665-8825. CABLE DESCRAMBLER KIT. $14.95. View all premium & pay-per-view channels. 1 -800-752-1389. ,FO{D LAKE CONDO! Beautiful, 2 bdrm., ath Like new" Pool, tennis, lake. $89,000. D,1 , 734-995-6507 eve. 517-381-9169. MACEXCHANGE, YOUR macintosh specialist for sales & service. Powermacs from $499. Ga...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 17, 1998 - 9A 'PA considers regulations to make urban air cleaner State rep calls for Clinton to resigns. WASHINGTON (AP) - Michigan able offenses by the president. we condone injusticc.: I lockstra told Congressman Pete Hoekstra last night The independent counsel's report his colkeagues on the II tloor. called for President Clinton to resign. He is the second Republican congress- man from Michigan t...…

September 17, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 126) • Page Image 10

… Scoreboard AMERICAN TAP YBAY 7, LEAGUE NwYork 0 Boston 4. Seattle 4. BALTIMORE 3 OAKLAND 1 TEXAS 5, Chicago 9, Anaheim 3 nA ciy 4 CLEVELAND 8, LEAGUE Minnesota 6 LE Toronto 2, 5. DETROIT 1 Ph ladelphia 1 Milwaukee 2. CINCINNATI 0 New York 4, HOUSTON 3 (11) Pittsburgh at ST. LOUIS MONTREAL 3, Florida 2 Chicago 6, SAN DIEGO 3 S ri S Want more football? Be sure to pick up a free copy of Football Saturday on the way to the game this weekend. L...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Thursday September 17, 1998-1I1A M' soccer goes to land > cheese A k Franwascut il*prts Writer The Michigan soccer team has found itself in the st position in the team's history. After a record season in 1997, which included a ig Ten tournament win and an NCAA tournament >pearance, Michigan is at it again. The Wolverines have a perfect 5-0 record after nror Jessica Limauro's overtime goal last night led to 2-I victory ove...…

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…1,2A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 17, 1998 SO A Continued from Page 10A league record. Eli Marrero's two-run double off Christiansen broke up a scoreless tie in the seventh, and rookie Joe McEwing brought home another run with a squeeze bunt as the Cardinals won for the 13th time in 17 games. Matt Morris (6-5) allowed four hits in seven scoreless innings. McGWIRE MANIA: Home run fever is fueling ticket sales for upcoming series ...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Thursday,September 17, 1998 - 13A Jiuevos rancheros on'M' plate Zy Uma Subramanian Daily Sports Writer Authentic huevos rancheros can be d to come across in Ann Arbor. But tle Michigan volleyball team may be feasting on them as it heads to Albuquerque this weekend for the UNM Fournament with New Mexico, San Diego State and Kent State. While it may seem as though the Wolverines' situation is ideal (who wouldn't want to spe...…

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…14A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 17, 1998 0 0 TELL YOUR PARENTS: THAT AIESEC IS COMMITTED TO IMPROVING CULTURAL UNDERSTANDING AND TO DEVELOPING GLOBAL LEADERS THROUGH PRACTICAL WORK-ABROAD EXCHANGE PROGRAMS. TELL YOUR FRIENDS: THAT THE BARS IN MALTA STAY OPEN UNTIL 6:00 A.M. 0 0 AIESEC MEMBERSHIP MEETINGS September 22.7:00 p.m. Hale Auditorium - Business School September 23.7:00 p.m. Room D1273 " Business School OPPORTUNITI...…

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… 3B- The Whigan Daily Weeketd Agazine - Thursday, Septem 17,;1998 0 EiWeekend etc. Column SOME ADVICE TO HELP STUDENTS JOIN THE ELITE COMPANY OF THE "FASHIONABLY AWARE" God save us from the plague of fash- n faux pas. I imagine many of you are out there >ling your eyes, snorting in disbelief this statement. That's fine. I'm sure >u just don't know any better. You've dvej xpcrienced first-hand the humil- tion of arriving at a party in forma...…

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…- The Michigan Daily eekend Magazine - Thursday September 17, 1998 0 0 The Michigan Daily Weekei Did you know? From the mid '70s until his retirement in 1988, Democratic Wisconsin Senator William Proxmire gave out a yearly award that he termed "The Golden Fleece." The fleecfe was designed to highlight , y the most outrageous examples of pork-barrel spending, Washington style, that Proxmire could id eve ear. Several recipients were: 4. / T...…

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…0 0 0 0 The Michigan Daily Weekenagazine - Thursday, September 17, 1998 - 14B A weekly pwide to who's Thursday, Sep. 17 where, what s hapening and L through why you need to be there ...TeLst Wednesday, Sep. 23 The Michigan Daily Weeke d Maga No RA IN SIGHT Life in residence halls doesn't deter under: Films opening Rush Hour Jackie Chan and Chris Tucker team up in what may well become a cult classic.wAt Showcase: 12:50, 1:20, 3:00, 3:30...…

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… 4B - The Michigan Daily Weekend Magazine - Thursday, September 17, 1998 0 The Michigan Daily Week Area bars offer a variety of appeals El State of the Arts SAVING SUPER SCREENPLA MARGARET MYERS/Daily Bars often hire live entertainment to attract students such as these above at Mitch's Place Tuesday night. Most students say they will head to the bar even sans bands and music, but having some form of entertainment usually doesn't hurt. ...…

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…12E.- The chigan Daily Weeken gazine - Thursday, Septem& 17, 1998 0 0 0 Thp Mir hio;;n D.Jo lit A Mao-A Ant- ....,. Thi Anv fiantamhar l 7 1 QQAW t;R IRW IRW I IIG IYIIt;I116dfI Lid1IrvvcclkcLlu IvLdgdZ11lc """" Iliuraudy, Oeptefurier L1, .Ltl= ao Students choose 'ava over beer, enjoy the nightlfe of local cafes By Morgan Johnson ? and Cara Spindler B'l At Wrisers Coffeehouses and cafes are ubi uitous pn campus. Turn down an street, an...…

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… 6B - he Michigan Daily WeelId Magazine - Thursday, Seember 17, 1998 a AGE Continued from Page 20 droves in search of parties on the week- ends and are fond of flocking to many of the University' scheduled and planned events duing the week - - behavior that is rem niscer of hIgh school. Part of that high school reminiscent mentality involves the idea of fitting in The entering class tends to want to be like the rest of the group more than o...…

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…IOB - The igan Daily Weekend azine -=Thursday, Septemb17, 1998 0 0 2 Road-Trip of the Week Rell's: experience great beer from start to finish The MIChigan DaiIekend Magazi Gotafake ID? Beware: Area stores have seen it before BY .. S.. rt Weekend, Etc Editor forUaxing&S in Care Nees CLSTOCMU "How much do you know about brewing beer?," Bell's Brewer Steve Buszka asks cheerfully enough. But his face darkens a bit for his next and more seri...…

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September 17, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 128) • Page Image 1

…ews: 76-DAILY dvertising: 764-0554 One hundred s year ofeditoraifedom Wednesday September 17, 1997 , rv:, , .:.., r H . Y', r '>.r;. 'n, , f .,,.. ,+ .. , r. ....... ....... , .r. r: .., nr , , , r .. . '.:: J ,. ¢.: :>,w :..: H;,. n S,.yy~3' . . ¢« r&' .e ' .::., ,F , s.., , w. 'i,.,K~.. Sri e+.« ~ ~a ,k: ~ . G a.. .. r 3; ,. IFC cracks down invite By Mike Spahn For the Daily Every fall, fraternity members pass out leaflets on street cor...…

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…I 7 - Tha Mirhitsnn r1nihr Worlnacrlav Cantamhar 17 IQ07 - ' -r- me iviicnganati Liy - VVonUeIaUy, tpteImIr if , lN TNO NATiON/WORLD Cli~nton lobbi~es for f'ast-track legisato d' ARouND THE NATION WASHINGTON (AP) - Plunging into a difficult fight, President Clinton was confronted with a string of Democratic complaints yesterday about legislation he ,wants to promote future trade deals. Organized labor joined in the attack with a costly ad ...…

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… -LOCAL/STATE The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 17, 1997 - 3 MSU student ckims police brutality MSU student is alleging police misconduct following two traffic stops Mn bampus, The State News reported. The allegations have prompted an internal investigation by MSU police, Police Chief Bruce Benson said. Tahneka Jones reported she was asstulted by an MSU police officer aftershe was pulled over in November 1996 Jones allegedly was stru...…

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…4- The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 17, 1997 (14e lC'rrl i ttn jDtflg 420 Maynard Street. Ann Arbor, MI 48109f Edited and managed by4 students at the University of Michigan 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 Mi...…

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…LOCAL/STATE The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 17, 1997 - 5 Money approved for Michigan roads WASHINGTON (AP) - Both the U.S. Senate and U.S. House versions of the transportation bill would mean much more federal money available for Michigan roads, but key legislative hur- dles remain before Michigan sees any extra funds. The state would get an average of $181 million a year more in federal money for basic transportation spending suc...…

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…6 -The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 17, 1997 LOST retuming from football game. Half asss in black case. $20 reward call 763- 332. **********PARKING!********** Fall '97 parking available. On campus parking! Special rates 665-8825. CABLE DESCRAMBLER KIT $14.95 view all premium & pay-per-view channels. 1-800-752-1389. JOHN BULL, brewmaster offer honebrew start-up kits & info. Call 930-2719. MAC QUADRA 605 monitor, printer, modemMSOffic...…

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…LOCAL/STATE The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 17, 1997-- 7 Sexhibit to open at U' museums By Micah Peitz For the Daily plitting its time between two D~iversity museums, a 135-artifact exhibit about the ancient Galilee region will be displayed in Ann Arbor through the end of the semester The exhibit, titled "Sepphoris in Galilee: Crosscurrents of Culture" brings to campus artifacts from the archaeologi- cal site Sepphoris (which is n...…

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… Danny Seo, an environmentalist, speaks about his latest book, "Generation React" tonight. Seo is the founder of Earth 2000, an environmental and animal-rights group. Stop by Borders tonight at 7:30 and meet the man and the mind behind "Generation." Call 668- 7652. Free. 4'* Wednesday September 17, 1997 Teller pens tale of electronic creature By Jessica Callaway For the Daily Weaned on the Internet, the elec- tronic creature of Astro Telle...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 17, 1997 - 9 Insane Clowns posse up for new 'Milenko' RECORDS Continued from Page 8 Insane Clown Posse The Great M ilenko island Records Lately it seems as though rap groups that sing about topics such as drugs, violence and urban decay fall into the same mold. This isn't the case with the Insane Clown Posse's new release, "The Great Milenko." While it may seem rather strange to picture voodoo clowns...…

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… PRO BASEBALL Cleveland 4, BALTIMORE 2,Gm.1 BALTIMORE 7, Cleveland 2 Gm. 2 N.Y.YANKEES 2, Boston 0, Gm 1 N.Y. YANKEES 4, Boston 3 Gm. 2 Chi Sox, MILWAUKEE, inc. Kansas City, TEXAS, inc. Minnesota, ANAHEIM, inc. ATLANTA 6, San Francisco 4 HOUSTON 15, San Diego 3 FLORIDA 9, Colorado 6 PHILADELPHIA 3. N.Y. Mets 2 PITTSBURGH 8, Montreal 2 CHI CUBS 5, Cincinnati 0 Los Angeles 7, ST. LOUIS 6 ' Wednesday September 17, 1997 Oh, Derr! 'M' sticker...…

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…___ __ The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 17, 1997 - 11 ,Wisniewski walks on, walks into lineup 2Schedule Today Field Hockey at Ball State, Muncie, Ind., 4 p.m. Hard work, determination land freshman amongst 'M' Byh s Duprey For the aily When Michigan men's cross country coach Ron Warhurst looked over his lineup for the fall season, he knew who he could count on. Stars John Mortimer *d Kevin Sullivan are back to lead the pack for an...…

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…12 - The Michigan Daily -- Wednesday, September 17, 1997 RUMORE Continued from Page 10 of the excitement. As for the Boilermakers, their victo- ry over the Irish can't help but conjure up memories of another Big Ten cel- lar-dweller turned Big Ten champion. Northwestern was not only the laughingstock of the Big Ten, but all of college football, prior to the 1995 sea- son. The Wildcats had not finished with a .500 record since the 1971 sea- so...…

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