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March 19, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 99) • Page Image 1

… it t1 LAlaathar roday: Mostly cloudy. High 40. Low 21. romorrow: Partly cloudy. High 46. Low 15. One hundred eightyears of editoradfreedom Friday March 19, 1999 .OY cl tN .*1 , . m \ r~ 1)i t ^Y h w I Fleming, jiollinger exiled or 0 Michael Grass Daily Staff Reporter Discussions continued yesterday between University administrators and student activists who have occupied President Lee Bollinger's office in the Fleming Administration B...…

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…2 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, March 19, 1999 NATION/WORLD MSA Continued from Page 1 The party said it would also like to reach out to student groups and gath- er their opinions on issues facing stu- dents. By holding another monthly MSA meeting - devoted exclusively to lis- tening to the needs of campus groups - Students' Party members said they would be able to interact with a variety of students and develop new ways to make student lif...…

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… LOCAL/STATE The Michigan Daily - Friday, March 19, 1999 -- 3 -MINIM, 42RIME Student reports harassment from custodian An East Quad Residence Hall resi- nt called the Department of Public Safety on Wednesday afternoon to report an alleged harassment incident involving a custodian employed in the residence hall, according to DPS reports. The custodian allegedly came from behind the resident, put his hands around her waist, then tickled her, D...…

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…4 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, March 19, 1999 ctje £tiigyn &dg They never told us it would be so hard to have it all 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 Daily's editorial board. Al...…

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… The co-ed a cappella group celebrates its 5th anniversary. 58 reene presents its birthday concert tomorrow at 8 p.m. in Rackham Auditorium. Tickets are $6. Ie idiy OiI Monday in Daily Arts: Daily Arts returns from a relaxing weekend with a review of "Ravenous" and other new films. Friday March 19, 1999 5 Alvin Ailey bounds into A2 .. By Leah Zaiger Daily Arts Writer With open arms and the obvious prediction of standing ovations, Ann Ar...…

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…6 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, March 19, 1999 I & 2 BDRM. FURN. apts. avail. at 402 Hill St. Sept. 99 to Sept. 2000. Central Campus location. A/C, Idry., prkg. Call 332-5293. 1 BDRM.- PROFESSIONAL & grad. bldg. vaulted ceilings, bay windows, spacious, dwshr., A/C. Call CMB 741-9300. 1 BEDROOM $500 and 2 BEDROOM $700. 426 So. 4th Ave. Avail. Fall. Parking, no pets, no smoking. 665-2621. *************PARKING!************* On campus parking! ...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Friday, March 19, 1999 - 7 IOLE ,eiitinued from Page I1 nt -sweatshop activities for the New ,r:-based Union of Needletrades, Industries,-and Textile Employees. The University code has stronger guidelines than those proposed for the Collegiate Licensing Company code. The CLC is the agent that handles con- tracts between licensed manufacturers S161 schools nationwide, including University. The University reported more than...…

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…8 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, March 19, 1999 'King and I' cartoon falls flat State Street Project plans semester show,' By Chris Cousino TV/New Media Editor joining the list of this spring's upcom- ing femakes, based-on something films such as "The Mod Squad," "The Out-of- Towners" and "The Mummy," Warner Brothers has decided to enter into the The King and i *I At Briarwood and Showcase an i ma - fight against the mighty "Tarzan"-armed...…

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… kVEST REGION ;SEMIFINALS (1) Connecticut (5) Iowa (10) Gonzaga 73, (5) Florida 72 SOUTH REGION SEMIFINALS (4) Ohio State 72. (1) Auburn 64 (3) St. John's 76, (2) Maryland 62 ;Ue iIPOn &IgT Tracking 'M' teams The Michigan softball team notched a 1-0 victory over Baylor last night in Sacramento. The victory imprOves the Wolverines' record to 16-5 overall. Michigan bat- tIes Southern Illinois and Portland State today. Friday March 19, 1999 ...…

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…10 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, March 19, 1999 Gonzaga continues cinderella run PHOENIX (AP) - Gonzaga's wild NCAA ride is one more upset from a trip to the Final Four. The scrappy Bulldogs, on Casey Calvary's tip-in with 4.4 seconds to go Thursday night, surged into the NCAA West Regional final, edging Florida 73-72. "This is unbelievable," said Calvary, who last hit a game-winning shot "in the third or fourth grade. We've dreamed about t...…

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… Hockey 'U' CCHA Tournament The Michigan Daily - Friday, March 19, 1999 - 11 Mildcats smell upset at the Joe By David Don Herder Daily Sports Writer Michigan and Ohio State will have more than just CCHA fans watching with interest tonight as the two teams meet in e CCHA semifinals for the second-straight year. The winner of the other semifinal rematch tonight - Michigan State vs. Northern Michigan - will surely be curi- ous as to their final...…

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…12 The Michigan Daily - Friday, March 19, 1999 FRIDAYFOCUS ... ,' w --r-. . s-.- - - ., :. : _. .! - - -:, - £, - - i . - .. ., ,, . ,. . ,, - - ,. , _ ..._.. _ r _. . , v 0 Standing at the forefront of this semester's Michigan Student Assembly elections are three slates of six students, who claim they have what it takes to lead a group that represents the entire student body - more than 35,000 people. These students are competing for t...…

March 19, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 95) • Page Image 1

…ews: 76-DAILY dvertising: 764-0554 op,'Elan1 tti One hundred seven years of editordfreedom Thursday March 19, 1998 .. I ate of nteflex rogram certain aily Staff Reporter The Inteflex program, the University's ght-year medical program that allows dents to reserve a spot in the Medical chool as seniors in high school, may not e offered to students applying to the niversity for the fall of 1999. lphonse Burdi, co-director of the flex prog...…

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…r. 2A -The Michigan Daily - Thursday, March 19, 1998 MSA discusses affirmative action ACTION Continued from Page1A "Once we get education, I believe students will back affirmative action," Shultz said. "MSA should start to support protests and sit-ins. We should start to use MSA as a political vehicle." Last semester, MSA passed a resolution declaring its support of affirmative action poli- cies at the University. LSA sophomore Elizabeth Kesl...…

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…Iq -r L..., K A :.. M:- M-: 3.. T L........,C A A ...... L. 4n 4^^n n k RESEARCH Minority health conferenxe ill discuss health care The 12th Annual Minority Health Conference is scheduled to be held tomorrow and Saturday at the Pierpont Commons on North Campus. This year's focus will be "Re-emerging and " Emerging Public Health Issues in Communities of Color: What Have We Learned? What are We Learning?" The conference, to be hosted by the Pu...…

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…4A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, March 19, 1998 c, E 1idtI4juu Puailg Films blur the line between 6 420 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 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 r...…

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…LOCAL/STATE students 'get 'weightless' The Michigan Daily - Thursday, March 19, 1998 - 5A f Joshua Rosenbatt ily Staff Reporter Four students from the College of igineering will leave the chilly climate of n Arbor tomorrow for two weeks of high- ing fun in sunny Houston. e NASA-sponsored program that the u ents are taking part in - the reduced avity student flight opportunity program gives 48 groups from colleges across e nation an opportuni...…

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…6A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, March 19, 1998 Zz a m 1 BDRM @ 1026 Vaughn. Modem, A/C, prkg. 996-8819 or 769-7025. 1 BDRM. APT.- unfurnished, vaulted ceilings, dishwasher. CMB 741-9300. 1014 CHURCH- MODERN furn. Studio w/ balcony for 1 $580; 1 bdrm. for 1-2 $640, Tri-level Townhouse w/ courtyards for 3 $960-$1020. Futon, track lighting, dishwasher, central air, prkg. & ldry. May/ Sept. leases. 663-7444. **********PARKING!********** On ...…

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… LOCAL/STATE The Michigan Daily - Thursday, March 19, 1998 - TA TEFLEX ontinued from Page 1A What does need to be done, Steneck said, is to evaluate the needs of non-Inteflex students and determine how to accommodate them. "I think that there is every reason to look at the academic needs of pre-medical and pre-health care students in LSA," Steneck said. Steneck said it is too early to tell if the way to complish all of the goals is to termin...…

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…8A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, March 19, 1998 LOCAL/STATE Student wins journalism awards By Susan T. Port Daily Staff Reporter LSA sophomore Shomari Terrelonge-Stone dreamed of becoming a broadcasting anchor since he was little. As executive pro- ducer of WOLV's "The Shomari and Sean O'Neill Show", Stone just might make that dream come true. This past month, Terrelonge- Stone was awarded the Leland Stowe Award for outstanding scholast...…

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… NATION/WORLD The Michigan Daily - Thursday, March 19, 1998 - 9A States debate issue of human cloning Stuck in the rain NEW YORK (AP) - Having blocked anti-cloning legislation in ongress, drug makers are now scram- ling to do the same with bills that would make the creation of carbon- copy humans illegal in 24 states. Pharmaceutical companies say they agree with lawmakers who want to bar fringe scientists from turning out made- to-order hu...…

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…IOA - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, March 19, 1998 NATION/WORLD More single fathers are taking responsibility 0 los Angeles Times As his two-day-old daughter squirms in her mother's arms, Nicolas Reyes prepares to take a step that will make an indelible impact on the child's future. Slowly, carefully, he signs his name on a short white form. The signature etches into the legal record the formal dec- -laration that Reyes, an unmarried man,...…

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… NATION/WORLD Sovereignty papers released Forty-year-old Mississippi com- mission that fostered segregation nveils documents JACKSON, Miss. (AP) - The secrets of Mississippi's segregation enforcement agency spilled from computer screens Tuesday, painting a picture of petty, small-town espionage and alarming invasions of individual privacy. The Mississippi Sovereignty Commission, created by a nervous Legislature in 1956, two years after fed- e...…

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… MEN'S NCAA BASKETBALL PENN STATE 75, Georgia 70 MINNESOTA 73, Marquette 71 NBA BASKETBALL Philadelphia 104, DETROIT 96 MIAMI 94, Minnesota 91 CHARLOTTE 111, Utah 85 San Antonio 92, MINNESOTA 76 NHL HOCKEY Detroit 5. TORONTO 2 PITTSBURGH 4, Edmonton 2 NEW JERSEY 3, Anaheim 0 WASHINGTON 1, Carolina 0 fte£[igan ?&dtlg The men's gymnastics team will host the Big Ten Championships at Crisler Arena this weekend. Competition will begin tomorrow ...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Thursday, March 19, 1998 - 13Am- M' baseball b attlessnow, hosts Iowa By Tracy Sandier Daily Sports Writer The Michigan baseball team just wants to play. Unfortunately, this wish is one that Mother Nature will not grant. The Wolverines' past two games have both been postponed due to rain. Michigan (5-9-1) was sup- posed to open its home season against Central Michigan on Tuesday, but that game was re-sched- uled for Apri...…

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…14A The Michigan Daily - Thursday, March 19, 1998 BOWLING! Quotable: "It's quite comical ... It doesn't look real at all. If you've ever seen Matt Herr 186 Jurassic Park, and seen how the raptor walks, you know what I'm talking about." Fred & Mallory 170 - Michigan bowler Bobby Haves on his dance. "The Raptor" The Michigan bowling team is often mistaken for the hockey team, but on Thursday nights, they are Pin pals By Fred Link U Daily Sport...…

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…'Top-seeded gymnasts By Nita Srivastava "Throughout the season, we ha Daily Sports Writer learned to calm down" Michigan Winning isn't anything out of the ordinary gymnast Sarah Cain said. "With doin for the Michigan women's gymnastics team. more and more, we know what we The Wolverines have done it before, and more and it is definitely not as difficult t than likely, they will do it again. trate when competing." This Saturday, the Wolverines ...…

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…16 - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, March 19, 1998 BASKETBALL Road only gets tougher for Michigan State in Sweet 16 North Carolina (32-3) looms for Spartans in Greensboro I 6 GREENSBORO, N.C. (AP) - The tradition, the big- name players, the tournament success. It's all hard to escape for Michigan State. And if that's not enough, there's the prospect of thou- sands of North Carolina fans along Tobacco Road who will fill Greensboro Coliseu...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Thursday, March 19, 1998 - 17A .Coaches: new rules good for wrestling CLEVELAND (AP) - The deaths of three wrestlers trying to make weight have cast a shadow across this colle- giate season that won't go away. But with the NCAA Division I cham- pionships set to start today at Cleveland State, coaches say rule changes made in the wake of those tragedies have turned this year into one of the best ever for the athletes. * Th...…

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…18A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, March 19, 1998 PAID ADVERTISEMENT http://www.umich.edu/~vote o for a teYes!Y tiuden 9 w w' es:e R Reen 1. A . We're this close to having a Student Regent at UofM. We need your help. A Student Regent is not a new idea; UofM is the only public school in the Big Ten without a Student Regent. For thirty years Michigan students have struggled to change that. Now we can. Voting Yes! Yes! Yes! on the St...…

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…16B -The Michigan DailyWefr d Ua Thursday; March 19, 1998 r Magazine COOKING Continued from Page 3B Some independent cookers say that residence hall food hit their pocketbooks harder than does gro- cery store shopping. Due to buying in bulk and selective shopping, stu- dents who cook for themselves tend to save money and eat out less. "It's cheaper because you get what you want at the store," Morgan said. "I ordered out a lot in the dorm ...…

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… w V s w V ' V The Michigan Daily Weeker 2B -The Michigan D ty WeekediM zgahine =iLrsday, March 9, 1.998 Serve it up, kiddies! Students cash in on waiting tables A weekly ?uide to who's Th"L s where, what s happening and why you need to be there..v By Diana Grossman For the Daily So here we are in the noble pursuit of higher education with the hope that we will one day be taken seriously in the competitive job market. Besides sucking up...…

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…14B - The Michigan Daily weekend Maazile - Thursday, March 19, 1998 0 S, e -W 0 a V . - a . ... .. _.11 - - .. - r The Michigan Daily Week ON OUR OWN Students find flavor in off-campus kitche Lilith Fair lineup set; rumors plague 'Hunting' Music V Back for another year of all- female fun, this summer's second annual Lilith Fair is set to continue the high standard of talent that was fea- tured at last year's festival. The new and impr...…

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… p p p p p p -W w MU The Michigan Daily Weeker 46 - The Michigan Daily Weekend Magazine - Thursday, March 19, 1998 IIM, I<IIVI IIfi-I NMIIj --- Different cafeteria offerings add a dash of flavor to 'U' student life By Gina Rasmussen For the Daily Starting college in the fall was an ov erwhelming experience for some and a no-brainer for others. All incoming students expected some changes, and giving up mom's home-cooked meals may hav...…

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…42B -Te Michigan Daily Weeke Magazine - Thursday, March 19, 1998 ,. s . U S S S 0 The Michigan Daily Weekend [ State of the Arts THE MADNESS OF IT ALL Students take quest for thinness to dangei Last week, I overheard some sports fanatics discussing the NCAA Tournament with a certain buzz of excitement. They were engaged in a rather intense discussion of the sur- prises and disappointments of the teams invited to play in college baske...…

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…V ~. Vr Ah Ask i f 6B =- The Mithig0h Daily'\Wek-nd Maga tzine t ~-h rstay Vlarchi 19x 1998 ®~ Weekend, etc. Column . . . . . . . . . f i A LOVABLE FEAST _.r .., x... . _ __- _ M~___ ___ __..... -.The--M chigan-a / N% A iA M , A2' 's"worldly appetite« ....... }ii}.. :C {.4 iiyv};::Y}:. '.::".... My freshman year of college, I hated life. I know, I know. Coming from me, that doesn't sound like that big of a deal. A lot of the time, my c...…

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…gp wq", r18 11 Local chef makes shrimp salad, The M I P Cant W eeke g Organic food grows on health- and Earth-conscious consumers shrimp cocktail, shrimp creole 0. 0- By Krri A. Murphy Daily Arts Writer Behind the swinging doors of Real Seafood Company on Main Street, two chefs and eight cooks work side by side to make mouth-watering entrees. While the grill sizzles and heat pours from the oven, a resounding "Fire" commands all to start ...…

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… 0 0 RR The Michigan Dalv Weekend Maeazne -- Thursdav. March 19. 1998 The Michigan Daily Weeked 1I G V IIsO fJ o u u i Ann Arbor Kids Get Hands -On Photostory By Louis Brown Clockwise from top left: Debbie Huntzic Emi Jackson how to use the crank general train move. Kathleen Huntzicker turns the moving trains. Six-year-old Nathan Kors i Forest Hejkal creates designs with the ma mom watches. Kors watches elevator pen around. …

March 19, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 93) • Page Image 1

…. t Iri News: 76-DAILY Advertising: 764-0554 One hundred six years of editorialfreedom Wednesday March 19, 1997 Vol. C l ! No. 9 3new members to join $ACUA Janet Adamy Daily Staff Reporter With only a little more than half of its members present, the faculty Senate Assembly elected three new members to the Senate Advisory Committee on University Affairs yesterday. About 40 faculty senate members r voted to elect biolo- gy Prof. Lewis Kle...…

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…2 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, March 19, 1997 NATE ONIWo RLD - White House to find new nominee WASHINGTON (AP) - Reeling from Anthony Lake's sudden withdrawal, the White House considered a quick move yesterday to name acting CIA Director George Tenet as a substitute nominee to head the nation's spy agency. Senior White House officials, Republican senators and even Lake him- self advanced Tenet's name as a non-con- troversial way to bri...…

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…I LOCAL/STATE The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, March 19, 1997- 3 Task force seeks solution for local homeless Officer accused of illegal search at Montana 9A University of Montana security officer accidentally confused calcium 'p'osits, which were being used to feed a pet lizard, for cocaine during an ille- 'gal search of a first-year student's resi- cjence hall room, The Kaimin student iewspaper reported. The student, Tropher Kolkman, and ...…

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… 4 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, March 19, 1997 cbe £gkigu Dglig 420 Maynard Street Ann Arbor, MI 48109 Edited and managed by students at the University of Michigan JOSH WHITE Editor in Chief ERIN MARSH Editorial Page Editor "NOTABLE QUOTABLE,, 'It is a political football in a game with constantly moving posts.' -Anthony Lake, on why he withdrew his nomination for Director of the Central Intelligence Agency after months of grueling and...…

March 19, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 93) • Page Image 5

… LOCAL/STATE The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, March 19, 1997 - 5 Students face 4 ballot questions By Katie Pona 1ily Staff Reporter Students voting in the Michigan Student Assembly elections today and tomorrow will see more than a list of names vying for assembly seats and executive offi- - positions - they also will encounter four ballot stions. Students will be asked to either support or deny _$6.50 in fee increases - $1 that will fund com...…

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… 6 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, March 19, 1997 **********PARKING!********** Winter & Fall '97 parking available. On campus parking! Special ratesl 665-8825. BARELY USED video camera JVC compact super VHS recorder/player, loaded + all ac- cessories w/ brand new Bogen tripod, $900. Mac powerbook 150 w/ Claris 3.0 + Mac potable stylewriter printer, $600. 426-2259 eves. NEED AN AFFORDABLE CAR? Must sell 86 Pontiac T1000. Good cond., low mil...…

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…The Michigan Daily -- Wednesday, March 19, 1997 -7 ASSISTANT TEACHER for preschool cen- FEMALE VOLUNTEERS are sought for a ter located 10 minutes west of UofM stadium. study using positron emission tomography to Through April need Wed. mornings and/or examine brain function. Subjects should be some aftemoons. Possible summer position. healthy, ages 18-55, not taking medications, for a fun and responsible job call 665-5175. and no history of ...…

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…Recreating a legend Linda Finch points to a crowd of thousands of well-wishers Monday at an International Airport in Oakland, Califor before boarding an airplane for an attempt at a re-creation and completion of Amelia Earhart's around-the-world f Internet pornography put test against decency laws The kkashington Post Today, the Supreme Court hears a challenge to the Communications Decency Act, the 1996 law that Congress passed as part of th...…

March 19, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 93) • Page Image 9

… UfiwAtditan vli Come see the special 30th Anniversary Print. "Mrs. Robinson, you're not trying to seduce me, are you?" Remember Dustin Hoffman in this classic (sigh)? This time, see it all on the big screen: the affair with the older woman, the date with her daughter and the mess that ensues. The screening begins at 7 tonight at the Michigan Theater. Enjoy a blast from the past. Wednesday March 19,1997 Chesnutt to roast in Pontiac Georgia...…

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…10 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, March 19, 1997 Wallace to read 'Jest' at Borders By Jessica Eaton For the Daily With the Year of the Trial-Size Dove Bar, Year of the Perdue Wonderchicken and Year of the Depend Adult Undergarment, David Foster Wallace's novel "Infinite Jest" humorously delves into the lives and addictions of one of the most endearingly screwed-up families in recent fiction. Wallace will be reading from "Infinite Jest" an...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, March 19, 1996 - 11 .Behind the scenes in the world of Mad TV Handsome's not just a leftover metal band By Julia Shih Daily Arts Writer * LOS ANGELES - "Mad TV" is one of the funniest, wackiest, craziest shows currently on television. But what goes on behind the obvious madness of this well- oiled comedy machine? The cast and crew of "Mad TV" allowed The Michigan Daily to take a peek behind the scenes of the...…

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…i Ut dtdtnI ca MEN'S PRO INDIANA 115. BASKETBALL HOCKEY Minnesota 97 MICHIGAN 75, PITTSBURGH 5, Houston 97, Oklahoma State 65 Buffalo 3 NEW JERSEY 89 NOTRE DAME 82, COLORADO 4, NEW YORK 98. Texas Christian 72 Vancouver 2 Vancouver 73 UCONN 63, PRO CHICAGO 89, Bradley 47 BASKETBALL Seattle 87 Nebraska 78, TORONTO 117, Washington 86, NEVADA 68 Philadelphia 105 DALLAS 85 LA Clippers 121, PHOENIX 111 PORTLAND 92. Sacramento 87 w,.4 12 Wednesd...…

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