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May 18, 2009 (vol. 119, iss. 137) • Page Image 1

…Annl 1nw , U vu vionuay, vay 18, ouuy CELEBRATING THE WRITTEN WORD OPINIO N Room and board we can't afford The Board of Regents is making bad decisions from behind closed doors SEE PAGE 4 ARTS Pixar prepares to take flight Filmmaker Pete Docter discusses the inspiration and method behind his upcoming film 'Up' SEE PAGE 9 SPORTS Softball moves on to Supers Michigan is just two wins away from World Series SEE PAGE 10 INDEX Vol CXIX, No. 137 |2...…

May 18, 2009 (vol. 119, iss. 137) • Page Image 2

…2 Monday, May 18, 2009 The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com Teeing off for Mott's Children's Hospital Third annual charity event raises $650,000 By RYAN KARTJE Managing Sports Editor Under the leadership of former Michigan football players Brian Griese and Steve Hutchinson, the Champions for Children's Hearts Celebrity Golf Tournament enjoyed a very successful third year. The duo sought to continue the philanthropic trend initiatedby for-...…

May 18, 2009 (vol. 119, iss. 137) • Page Image 3

…Monday, May 18, 2009 The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com Clinical studies see applicant increase Some want to help, others want the economic benefit By ROGER SAUERHAFT For the Daily In the past year, the number of students registered for University of Michigan Health System clini- cal studies: has increased twofold - from just 1,500 last year to over 3,000 currently - and the princi- pal reason behind the increase is in debate. Feedback fr...…

May 18, 2009 (vol. 119, iss. 137) • Page Image 4

…4' Monday, May 18, 2009 The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com (Tbe ichid'an ail Edited and managed by students at the University of Michigan since 1890. 420 Maynard St. Ann Arbor, MI 48109 tothedaily@umich.edu JAMIE BLOCK ROBERT SOAVE RACHEL VAN GILDER EDITOR IN CHIEF MANAGING EDITOR EDITORIAL PAGE EDITOR Unsigned editorials reflecttheofficial position of the Daily's editorial board. Allother signed articles and illustrations represent sole...…

May 18, 2009 (vol. 119, iss. 137) • Page Image 5

…Monday, May 18, 2009 The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com 5 JASON MAHAKIAN E-MAIL JASON AT MAHAKIAJ@UMICH.EDU Drunken policy MAGIC filue f,1.1E.5 'ICes 5I5IEN 'SAY MAtc ri "roN 15"TH.Y P's AylNiA~N~C3'iAI tn t ' yF05 Ffopit } A'17 ? g.ueleaig CSCSarY o15aecos cccoc ,B yneu TotAl l> OT- l2ol'A1 z 7 Government blackmail During last year's presi- dential election, I wasn't really interested in who wouldwin. Both of the major candidate...…

May 18, 2009 (vol. 119, iss. 137) • Page Image 6

…6 Monday, May 18, 2009 The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com the michigan daily !!t!!!!!!!!!!! PARKING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! We got "YOUR" spot at one of our "Prime" lots! Call 734-761-8000 for the locations & rates! PARKING AVAIL TO rent. 741-9300 PARKING SPACESAVAILABLE Please Call 734-665-8825. fo rf ent !! 606 S. Division- $2500 rent. 5 bed- room, 6 person home. 3 free parking spaces. 2 bathrooms and new kitch ap- pliances. Sept 09-Aug 10 lea...…

May 18, 2009 (vol. 119, iss. 137) • Page Image 7

…Monday, May 18, 2009 The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com 7 NOTEBOOK From Page 1 no abnormalities. There was some minor land contamination in a land parcel not actively used by Pfizer, and the company issued a voluntary clean up. The University and Pfizer are currently working with the Michi- gan Department of Environmental Quality to discuss the transaction and how to correct it. John Cameron, a member of the Dickinson Wright PLLC law fir...…

May 18, 2009 (vol. 119, iss. 137) • Page Image 8

…8 , , Monday, May 18, 2009 The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com 3RD GENERATION IPOD SHUFFLE APPLE While the latest iteration of the iPod shuffle is certainly the most prone to being left in your pants pocket and meeting a spin-cycle demise, that's a small risk to take for the cutest little MP3 player you ever did see. So small you forget it's there, the new four-gigabyte gadget - which holds approxi- mately 1,000 songs - takes the music-on-...…

May 18, 2009 (vol. 119, iss. 137) • Page Image 9

…Monday, May 18, 2009 The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com 9 ANGELS From Page 8 traced back to the book, in which these seemingly perfunctory state- ments are properly fleshed out and actually make sense. "Angels" (like "Da Vinci Code") screws itself by splitting action and mystery, but not fully developing either side. When details are neglected, audiences are left to go with the flow, which can be extremely infuriating attimes. On the oth...…

May 18, 2009 (vol. 119, iss. 137) • Page Image 10

…10 Monday, May 18, 2009 The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com ANOTHER STEP CLOSER- By MICHAEL FLOREK Daily Sports Writer Every playoff run needs a hero. And the Michigan softball team's journey through the NCAA Regionals was no exception. Luck- ily for them, they had an plenty of heroes as they beat Notre Dame 4-0 to win the regional final Sun- day for the sixth consecutive year. The magic started the previous day when the Wolverines were ...…

May 18, 2009 (vol. 119, iss. 137) • Page Image 11

…Monday, May18, 2009 v' "i'g l The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com "SON i M BIG TEN BLUES By CHANTEL JENNINGS Daily Sports Editor Senior pitcher Chris Fetter felt his season end before it was actu- ally over. The Wolverines had just allowed the Wildcats to score six uncontested runs during the fifth and sixth innings. The Wolver- ines' lead had deteriorated into a 10-6 deficit. Then, after the sixth inning as Michigan (9-15 Big Ten, 30-25 ...…

May 18, 2009 (vol. 119, iss. 137) • Page Image 12

…12 Monday, May 18, 2009 The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com Feel good. Save up to .50% on already low interest rates when you purchase a "green" automobile.* Purchase an automobile between May 1, 2009 and June 30, 2009 and qualify to receive up to .50% off your interest rate when you purchase an EPA designated automobile that is SmartWay® or SmartWay Elite®. It's just another way we're thinking green for blue. *Take .25% off your interes...…

May 18, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 121) • Page Image 1

…Oue Ekbiiaukig One hundred seven vears of'edi'nrkal reedom News: 76-DAILY Display: 764-0554 Cl a.ied 76 ,55 Monday Group to *ocus on sciences By Erin Holmes Daily News Editor University President Lee Bollinger nounced last week the creation of the Life Sciences Commission, which will assess the status of life science programs at the University and the potential for new achievements in these studies. "From the start, I've been saying that bu...…

May 18, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 121) • Page Image 2

…2 - The Michigan Daily - Monday, May 18, 1998 ARB Continued from Page 1 Hass also addressed the ongoing struggle to improve envi- ronmental policy. "Recent environmental politics can be compared to 19th cen- tury government policy with Native Americans," Hass said. He described both policies as consisting of a series of retractions and broken promises. Once in the Arboretum, the group divided into smaller teams to brainstorm ways to bring mor...…

May 18, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 121) • Page Image 3

…Monday, May 18, 1998 - The Michigan Daily - 3 Tenure candidates put emphasis on teaching By Susan T. Port Daily News Editor Last week, the University Board of Regents emphasized teaching ability as well as research success when they announced their professorship promotions. Each year, individual schools and colleges of e University recommend a number of professors for tenure and University Provost Nancy Cantor reviews the list of names. Promo...…

May 18, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 121) • Page Image 4

…4 - The Michigan Daily - Monday, May 18, 1998 Edited and managed by CHRIs FARAH DAVID WALLACE students at the +art Editor in Chief Editorial Page Editor University of Michigan 420 Cydss oterwisenoted,. isigied .itrials reflet1the opinion of tie 420 Maynard Street rrOljoritn fre aiy 'ehirial hoarrld.1 ofr articles leteran s Ann Arbor, MI 48109 cartoons 11( not ressarllrerlt the opinion ol ie uielri an Daiur A s a young driver prepares to turn ...…

May 18, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 121) • Page Image 5

… Monday. May 18. 1998 - The Michigan Daily - 5 ., N~ , ,.r ...,, ,..,., ~ ,..,,... Q,,... ...., NOTABLE QUOTABLE "Even Kroger needs computer people." - Ann Ford, University lecturer and computer science concentration advisor; on the large number of job openings available for computer science majors. LETTERS TO O KKK rally raises serious questions TO THE DAILY: I was disturbed at the fram- ing of the rally against the KKK in Ann Arbor. As a...…

May 18, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 121) • Page Image 6

…6- The Michigan Daily - Monday, May 18, 1998 lost & found computers aS _ LOST PAGER @ Showcase on 5/6. Call TI EXTENSA 515 with 6X external CD 482-3120.AReward if retained. ROM. Pentium 100; 8MG RAM. Microsoft Word & Windows '95 plus more. $700 or best. 668-1142. for salef BIKE-Road Trek 400, 20" frame. Good condition. $250. 665-4521.- DESKS: Wood & metal. Good shape. $50 & !!!Grad Student Alert!!! Fall 98 2 Bdrm, $40. 665-4521. Old West Side...…

May 18, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 121) • Page Image 7

…ROADEN YOUR horizons! Native iglish speakers are needed to join the Con- :rsation Partner Program at the Michigan anguage Center. Spend as little as one hour ich week (more if you wish) speaking with ationals from foreign lands. The cost is free, id the benefits are many. Call 663-9415! P STAFF- Outstanding, accredited Down Camp on modem college cam- sses in Mass. and Penn., seeks students and -ofessionals interested in fitness and fun! pecial...…

May 18, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 121) • Page Image 8

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May 18, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 121) • Page Image 9

… ":wli PERFI~i , M AT ARK. Dick Siegel, Ann Arbor's own folk singer extraordinaire, performs at the Ark on Saturday, May 23. The show starts at 8 p.m. Call 761-1800 for more information. ARTS 'Seinfeld' series finale By Michael Galloway Daily Arts Editor Perhaps nothing could have been sat- Wssfying after all the hype and secrecy built up around the last episode of "Seinfeld." In fact, nothing would have been satisfying. Nothing, as in th...…

May 18, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 121) • Page Image 10

…10 -The Michigan Daily - Monday, May 18, 1998 'E. R.' doesn't 'X-Files' leaves fans anticipatin film . By Gabe Smith Daily Arts Writer After five seasons of the award-winning show "The X- Files," fans have come to expect a lot out of each episode. And week after week, they haven't been disappoiunted. The stories keep flowing and keep begging the question, "what if?" This is in large part due to the writing and producing of creator C h r i s ^...…

May 18, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 121) • Page Image 11

…Monday, May 18, 1998 - The Michigan Daily - 11 Sinatra still loved by fans PALM SPRINGS (AP) Dan the Beachcomber's and other Sinatra haunts are gone. But Sorrentino's is still thriving. A message on the side of the building speaks for many in this desert resort that Frank Sinatra called ome for much of his life: "Frank Lives Our Hearts." Here and around the world, fans old and young celebrated on Saturday the life of the skinny singer who be...…

May 18, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 121) • Page Image 12

…12 - The Michigan Daily - Monday, May 18, 1998 'Horse Whisperer' is wonderful By Neal Carruth For the Daily Robert Redford's "The Horse Whisperer" is a stirring and passion- ately made film that definitively establishes Redford as one of today's most able directors. "The Horse Whisperer," based on the best-selling novel by Nicholas Evans, chronicles the psychological turmoil of the affluent, urban MacLean family. An equestrian accident, beau...…

May 18, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 121) • Page Image 13

…Monday, May 18, 1998-- The Michigan Daily -13 SOFTBALL Oklahoma lookin' OK for 'M' By Rick Freeman Daily Sports Editor One thing missing from Oklahoma City might be the huge hometown crowd that cheered the Wolverines on at the NCAA Regionals this past week- *d. But that might be OK with them. Michigan coach Carol Hutchins said ................. that the Alumni sofftb Field record crowd of 1,452 Commentary made her team a - ---- little nervou...…

May 18, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 121) • Page Image 14

…14 - The Michigan Daily - Monday, May 18, 1998 rows toward national title shot By Josh Kkeinbaum Daily Sports Editor In the year of the national champi- onship, one team is going by virtually unnoticed. Football and hockey? Check. Softball? Could be a week away. Rowing? Could happen in two weeks. In just two years as a varsity program, the Wolverines cemented themselves among the nation's elite Saturday by winning the varisity-eight race at t...…

May 18, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 121) • Page Image 15

…Monday, May 18, 1998 -- The Michigan Daily - 15 .What happened? By Jacob Wheeler Daily Sports Writer The front cover of the 1998 Michigan baseball media guide presented this year's Wolverines with a daunting task from the very beginning. It shows a group of celebrating, upstart victors who had just clinched Michigan's first regular-season Big Ten championship in eight year. It was supposed to serve as a bench- mark for Zahn's '98 club - view...…

May 18, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 121) • Page Image 16

… $ t the best..thisyear Kevin Sullivan's victory in the 1,500- meters Friday with a Ferry Field record time of 3:36.62 qualified him for the NCAA's and is a 1998 American best. SNOkTS Monday 1 Ill 1111 1111 ollgollioll 111111010 11 - - --- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 11111 10 0 glo 1111111 :1111111111111 IN I 111 Okla-homer! Purdue eliminates men's tennis By Stephanie Offen Raily Sports Writer Purdue has bee...…

May 18, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 3) • Page Image 1

…SUMMER WEEKLY Eie £~idiipanDaig One hundred three years of editorial freedom LGMPO changes name to include bisexuals in group By Julie Becker Jim Toy, past co-coordinator of LGMPO, "There was not so much attention paid 20 Student reaction to the forthcoming name DAILY STAFF REPORTER said the informal name change came in re- years ago to bisexual concerns," Toy said. change was mostly positive, though many rec- What's in a name? sponse to years...…

May 18, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 3) • Page Image 2

…2 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, May 18, 1994 CROWFOOT Continued from page 1 However, one of the reasons Crow- foot cited for his resignation included disgruntlement with the limited fund- ing available to a school growing due to environmental concerns.. "I think the University has changed. Its sources of public fund- ing have diminished. There is more reliance on research funding, private grants, and a heavier reliance on tu- ition," Crow...…

May 18, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 3) • Page Image 3

…Wednesday, May 18, 1994 - The Michigan Daily - 3 8f'U' to switch e-mail systems Unix to replace MTS for new first- year students By Julie Becker DAILY STAFF REPORTER This fall, students at the University will be introduced to a whole new system of electronic communication. For the first time, incoming stu- dents will not be encouraged to set up MichiganTerminal System (MTS)ac- counts for e-mail and other computer needs. Rather, they will be g...…

May 18, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 3) • Page Image 4

… OPIN ION Pa ge 4 W ed nesd ay, May 18,1994 EDITOR IN CHIEF James M. Nash EDITORIAL PAGE EDITORS Patrick Javid Jason S. Lichtstein 420 Maynard Street Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109 Edited and managed by students at the University of Michigan. 0 Unsigned editorials present the opinion of a majority of the Daily's editorial board. All other cartoons, signed articles and letters do not necessarily reflect the opinion of the Daily. O n Saturday,...…

May 18, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 3) • Page Image 5

…:Nuclear Energy: a Tragic Waste 3y Christa Williams Dec. 25, 1993 - The nearby Fermi II iuclear power plantbore arather undesir- ble gift unto the world: 1.5 million gallons if radioactive water, the result of a "minor ncident." The accident and the silence urrounding it are not unusual. The Nuclear gulatory Commission (NRC)docu- nented 30,000 mishaps at U.S. nuclear >ower plants from 1979 to 1987, and hardly nyoneever heardabout the partial ...…

May 18, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 3) • Page Image 6

…6 -The Michigan Daily-Wednesday, May 18, 1994 CLASSIFIED ADS 764-0557. S ND LOST AT GANDYDANCER - heavily decorated evening purse (green). 787-4542. '86 CAMRY, reliable, excellent condition body and engine $4500 obo 663-0763. AMTECH COMPUTERS 486 DX2-66 4/420 SVGA $1495 486 DX-33 4/260 SVGA $1345 386 DX-40 4/260 SVGA $995 For more info. Call 677-0155. BICYCLES: All speeds, men/womens. $25- $50 good cond. Also parts. 475-3238. FACING A WORKP...…

May 18, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 3) • Page Image 7

…Wednesday, May 18, 1994 - The Michigan Daily --7 CLASSIFIED ADS 764-0557 SUBLET HELP WANTED OPPENHEIMER HAS many 2 bedroom EXPERIENCED PERSON needed: 10+ apartments for sublet. Good campus flexible hours per week to provide hardware/ locations. Call Judy or Todd, Oppenheimer software installation and support. Knowledge Properties, Inc. at 995-5575. of Windows 3.1 configuration and PLEASE SUBLET! Avail. now thru August. optimization; printe...…

May 18, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 3) • Page Image 8

…8 -The Michigan Daily -Wednesday, May 18, 1994 5 candidates vie for Pollack's Senate seat By Andrew Taylor Smith, who served on the Sot DAILY STAFF REPORTER Lyon school board for eight yea The race for the 18th district state criticized Gov. John Engler for rec Senate seat is heating up as the pri- reforms in the state's property 1 mary draws nearer. structure and school finance syste Republicans have thrown three "There just isn't a lot of v...…

May 18, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 3) • Page Image 9

…ARTS Page 9 dWednesday; May 18, 1994 'If he thinks he can get away from me like that, he can forget it. I'll follow him through hell.' - Courtney Love, widow of Kurt Cobain, one month before her husband's suicide Lee flies in 'Crow' Eerie film makes fitting epitaph By Matt Carlson Love is stronger than death. That is the message of "The Crow," a dark action film starring the late Brandon Lee, son of the late Bruce Lee. The movie, based on t...…

May 18, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 3) • Page Image 10

…. - The Michigan Dily - Wednes'day, May 18, 1994 Prostitution play is pretty promising By Melissa Rose Bernardo Let's get it out in the open. / Isn't this the age of telling it like it is? ! Well here goes, and God forgive me. Birmingham has a Whorehouse in it. (Lord have mercy on our souls.) - - Worth Gardener's The Best Little production Whorehouse in Texas Best Little Birmingham Theatre house in May13, 1994 Texas," which is playing at the...…

May 18, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 3) • Page Image 11

…Wednesday, May 18, 1894,- The MichiganDaily- H Therapy? Gy Ted Watts Therapy? Not a question, but a proper name that causes some prob- lems with its odd punctuation. This hard-hitting Dublin band also seems to have a misnomer, as their music is not so much therapeutic as it is cathar- tic. At any rate, the band is deserving of attention, and they are coming for the second time in the space of a *onth, opening for a larger band. "Wejust likepl...…

May 18, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 3) • Page Image 12

…12 -The Michigan Daily -Wednesday, May 18, 1994 'West Side,'the musical everyone is dying over6 my Melissa Rose Bernardo yet she can't stop talking about "West the announcement of "West Side Linda Spriggs is too excited to Side" long enough to take a sip. Story" was made public, she jumped drink her Cafe Latte. The Ann Arbor You see, Spriggs has been waiting at the chance to direct. Civic Theatre (AACT) production of 30 years to direct this s...…

May 18, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 3) • Page Image 13

…*SPORaTS Q: Who was the skipper of the Michigan baseball team the last time it qualified for the Big Ten tournament? 's6nepp!W png :V Baseball earns first playoff berth since 1989 cott Burton LV BASEBALL WRITER There probably was no more sus- enseful way for the Michigan base- all team (26-27 overall, 13-15 Big en) to qualify for postseason play ian its four-game series split, 13-12, -8, 1-4, 8-6, with Illinois (26-26, 12- 6). The Wolverine...…

May 18, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 3) • Page Image 14

…14 - The MiChigari Daily - Wednesday; May 18x 1994 Women's water polo sixth at nationals By Glenn Motelson FOR THE DAILY LastweekendMichiganhostedthe Women's Water Polo Collegiate Na- tional Championships at Canham Na- tatorium. Itwasthe firsttimeithadever been held in the Midwest. Michigan, the Midwest champion and No.6 seed, faced a tough first day of competition, meeting up with No. 3 Cal-Davis, and No. 2 Cal-San Di- ego, winner of three ...…

May 18, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 3) • Page Image 15

…Wednesday, May 18, 1994 - The Michigan Daily -15 SOFTBALL hosted MichiganMState in back-to-back doubehedersMay10-11. Continued from page 13 The outcome of that series was the during the regular season qualify to exact opposite of last weekend's play for the playoff championship games in Indiana. The Wolverines and an automatic bid to the NCAA took three out of the four games and tournament. kept open their hopes for a tourna- Indiana claimed ...…

May 18, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 3) • Page Image 16

…16 -The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, May 18, 1994 ] Men's track ready for Big Ten r meet after hosting invitational By Eugene Bowen DAILY SPORTS WRITER WhatoneworddescribestheMichi- gan men's trackteam'sperformance at last Saturday's Len Paddock Invita- tional track meet at Ferry Field? It's "tune-up" according to coach Jack Harvey. This unscored meet, which Michigan hosted, precedes the Big Ten outdoor Championships to be held this coming Sa...…

May 18, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 2) • Page Image 1

…lie Midigan al Ninety-five years of editorial freedom Vol. XCV, No. 2-S 1hMgco Dily Saturday, May 18, 1985 Fifteen Cents Legionnaire's disease suspected By KATIE WILCOX o 1May 9, and the Wayne County Health Thirty people who attended a 30 ShoW symptom S o illness Department immediately egan an banquet at the Hilton Airport Inn in investigation, Tait said. Department Romulus have reported symptoms of officials took water samples of the Legionna...…

May 18, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 2) • Page Image 2

…Page 2 - The Michigan Daily - Saturday, May 18, 1985 Emigre prof offers an alternate view of Soviet affairs (continuedfromPage1) ce department. Yanov said he an- and the United States. According to fire here for the same ideas that either isolated, or compromised, or, valuable asset to the University's ticipated reviews for his book for a David Singer, a professor of world ultimately led to his exile from the still better, just out of the coun...…

May 18, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 2) • Page Image 3

…The Michigan Daily - Saturday, May 18,1985 - Page 3 Senate budget is good news, says 'U' lobbyist By KERY MURAKAMI gone," Butts said. "They're not The U.S. Senate's proposed freeze proposing any cuts so they're not on federal student aid spending is touching the programs." Sen. Staf- "good news" for students, says the ford, though, has said that he may University's lobbyist on Capitol Hill pursue a modified GSL limit, making but the real key t...…

May 18, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 2) • Page Image 4

…Page 4 - The Michigan Daily - Saturday, May 18, 1985 Regents OK linguistics change By KERY MURAKAMI Catford, said that "linguistics is the pliance with a state ruling four years The University's Board of Regents study of all aspects of language. While ago. yesterday unanimously approved a solid core subjects as phonetics and But University President Harold plan to "downsize" LSA's linguistics syntax are important, it's also impor- Shapiro poin...…

May 18, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 2) • Page Image 5

…ARTS Saturday, May 18, 1985 Page 5 The Michigan Daily Shakespeare's 'Dream' reawakened By Noelle Brower W ILLIAM SHAKESPEARE has engendered more controversy, experimentation, and excitement than any other playwright, past or present. New productions of his work should be anticipated with interest for the multiplicity of his texts offers much to inspire the creative mind. The present collaboration of Eclectic Theatre Com- pany, Kreative Imp...…

May 18, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 2) • Page Image 6

…OPINION Page 6 Vol. XCV, No. 2-S 95 Years of Editorial Freedom Managed and Edited by Students at The University of Michigan Editorials represent a majority opinion of the Daily Editorial Board Irresponsible move PHILADELPHIA POLICE did not forsee that using a bomb to blow off a portion of the rooftop on a residen- tial home in a crowded neighborhood would ignite a disastrous fire. But the dangerous, unpredictable con- sequences of this action...…

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