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April 02, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 105) • Page Image 1

…2% ia Untti sews: 76-DAILY dvertlsing: 764-0554 One hundred seven years of editmor;lfreedom Thursday April 2, 1998 :11 i NOR M M icers to face Wildcats nBoston By Pranay Reddy Daily Sports Writer BOSTON - When the Michigan hockey team takes the ice today to face New Hampshire, expect the unexpected. How elsb can you describe an NCAA emifinal game between two overachiev- g teams that each defeated a pair of highly touted teams one week ag...…

April 02, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 105) • Page Image 2

…2A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, April 2, 1998 NATION/WORLD ACTION Continued from Page 1A in support of affirmative action, includ- ing John Johnson, the executive director of the Detroit branch of the NAACP, sociology and Afroamerican studies Prof. Eduardo Bonilla-Silva and numerous University students. Johnson said "the eyes of the nation are on the University of Michigan" as well as the state in general, because of the recent lawsuits...…

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… LOCAL/STATE The Michigan Daily - Thursday, April 2.:1998 -IA ESEARCH Study links catastrophizing to early death A study conducted over time by psy- hology Prof. Christopher Peterson and olleagues concluded that males with the tendency to catastrophize about bad events are 25 percent more likely to die by the age of 65 than men with differ- ent outlooks. Peterson studied 1,182 subjects for their tendency to catastrophize, or seeing the bad i...…

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…I 4A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, April 2, 1998 clFb 31dt111gu 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 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 Michigan ...…

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… LOCAL/STATE The Michigan Daily - Thursday, April 2, 1998 - 5A W'hatever the weather .«: 77 . 4 h Y ! ' < 1 e 2 iz ,Fr Asian Pacific American month to celebrate history, culture at 'U' University community members will celebrate APA month this April By Rachel Edelman Daily Staff Reporter April marks the University's cele- bration of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, featuring celebra- tions of APA history, culture and identity. ...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Thursday, April 2, 1998 - 7A $1500 WEEKLY potential mailing our circulars.. Free information. Call 410-783- 8274. * *GREAT SUMMER COUNSELOR POSITIONS Have Fun - Make a Difference - Summer in w England Residential summer camps k staff in all individual and team sports: aseball, Basketball, Tennis, Soccer, line Hockey, Golf, Swimming, Sailing, Mountain Biking, Backpacking, Canoeing, Coaching, and RN's etc. Located in the Mo...…

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… 8A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, April 2, 1998 LOCAL/STATE La-Z-Boy d:lflventor "dies in M O N R O L , M ic h . (A l ) --- - E d w in Shoemaker lived the La-Z-Boy life to the very end. He- invented the plushly padded, rocking-and-reclining chair, and he died in one, slipping away after :settling in for a nap at the age of 90. But the man who left a legacy of leather-bound leisure was no lounger himself. "This is a guy that wanted to be...…

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…Famiies of the live wii the Hartford Courant Sherry Cobb of Naugatuck, Conn., still feels the mix of grief, shock and fury that engulfed her eight years ago when her brother Ricky was accused of the murder of Julia Ashe. So when Cobb heard that Matthew Beck had killed four of his supervisors at the state's lottery headquarters before killing himself, and of the public apology Beck's father, Donald, offered, it summoned painful memories. She re...…

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…10 - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, April 2, 1998 NATION/WORLD Guns are part of Arkansas culture Taking a gamble Gingrich proposes surplus transfers The Washington Post JONESBORO, Ark. - Freeman Brewer, a farmer who has owned guns most of his sixty-odd years, is per- plexed by news reports all but blaming last week's schoolyard killings here on the fact that the two young shooters had access to family guns. This is a state where 300,000...…

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…rcoreboard PRO BASKETBALL DENVER 100 Mont Cleveland 92, UTAH 98, FLOR DETROIT 90. Portland 89 Caro Philadelphia 112. PRO HOCKEY NEW WASHINGTON 91 DETROIT 2, N.Y. ATLANTA 105, Colorado 0 Tamp Toronto 91 BUFFALO 4, Bost Boston 98, Los Angeles 0 N.Y. ORLANDO 87. San Jose 3, S L Milwaukee 106, PITTSBURGH 2 f., y +h p v'~ Ne Hampshi t itslownto adv h \wa (U-WRE -fw s. gpgs N Ii r f n thousands ofdaie an'fae. a'P its bownto a hocke ist our, thne r8a...…

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…12A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, April 2, 1998 Women'sY gymnasts ready to defend} top seed CENTRAL Continued from Page 11A We need to go into this competition prepared to perform gymnastics the. way we do in the gym," Plocki said. "We have to go in and hit our rou- tines in order to win, and we've already put Big Tens behind us." Last year, Michigan hosted the} regionals. During the competition, they broke the previous school record, post...…

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… The Michigan Daily - Thursday, April 2, 1998 - 13A Men's track joins with rival Ohio State to take on Pac-10 By Nick Koster Daily Sports Writer Kevin Sullivan knows what it feels like to be the center of attention. After all, the Michigan men's track and field team captain and NCAA champion has been in the spotlight since his freshman year at the University. But television is a dif- ferent story. The call came in to the Michigan track offic...…

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…14A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, April 2, 1998 M' women's tennis heads to Florida in search of upset By Drew Beaver Daily Sports Writer Things look like they're starting to come together for the Michigan women's tennis team. - After moments of streaky play and close losses, it looks like things are back on track for the Wolverines. 7Coming off back-to-back losses to lowly Purdue and a tough Notre Dame team, the Wolverines faced a potenti...…

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…I The Michigan Daily - Thursday, April 2, 1998 - 15A Softball overcomes weather, ?enn State, for y T.J. Berka Daily Sports Xtter When a team is on a hot streak, nothing can stop them. Whether it's subpar pitching, lack of hitting, baserunning errors trying to bring them down, it really doesn't matter. When a team is hot, it will win. With its 18th consecutive victory, the Michigan softball Dai overcame a foe that doesn't tend to lose very ...…

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…16A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, April 2, 1998 No. 1Michigan St HOCKEY No. 4 Ohio Sate (31 5 4 No. 1 Boston Universiy New Hampshire NewHmsire No, 4 Wisconsin I (26=1311 No. S Yale (13-8-3) No. 3 Clakoo Ohio State -I 126-13=1) t.: No. 2 Boston, Co!ege N No4 2 .Noah Dakot \No. 5 New Hampshire _1 . (23-8-3) (25-875) Colorado V College a N No. 3 Mi( (301 chigan . v - a I Michigan No. 6 Colorado College No. 6 Pr...…

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…16Ba The Michigan Daily Weeiend Magazine - Thursday, April 2, 1998 a a S S OUTDOORS Continued from Page 128 Haight said. The number of people going on trips varies according to the intensi- ty of the activity. Rock-climbing usually includes 8 to 10 people, because of the need for a smaller instructor-to-participant ratio. An activity such as hiking, however, can include an unlimited amount of peo- ple. Different skill levels are listed f...…

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… V 2B -;The Michigan Daily Weekend Mag zPe - Typrsday, April 2, 1998 V V V V U U V V w The Michigan Daily Weeke R Voted yet? Daily's I It was the best of Ann Arbor, it was the worst of Ann Arbor, and you were there to see it all. Now, it's time to let the rest of the University know about a few of your favorite things on campus. From the best professor to the best place to go when in an altered state, Weekend, etc. Magazine est of A2 b...…

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… 4B - The Michigan Daily Weekend Magazine - Thursday, April 2, 1998 v w 0 w v WV v v I Beyond the Arb; 139 city parks provide acres and acres of fun The Michigan Daily We Gardening brings natural beauty and enj By Caryn Burtt Daiy Arts Witer As the schizophrenic Ann Arbor weather suddenly turns warmer, stu- dents and Ann Arbor residents alike evacuate homes, apartments and school buildings and take to lounging in the parks of Ann Arbor...…

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… V U The Migan Daily Weekend Magt'ne - Thursday, April 2, 3~ - 2B - The Michigan Daily Weeken Magazine - Thursday, April 2, 1998 Outdoor Adventures lets students enjoy a world of physical activity a- -- wl The igan Daily ee en a e - Thursday, April 2, IW - Weekend, etc. Column A BOY AND HIS BIKE By Kern Murphy and Gina Rasmussen Daily Arts Writers With warm weather on the rise and the end of the semester in sight, stu- dents embrace the...…

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…V V V 'V 6B- The -Michigan Dai Weekend Magazine t:- shuday. April 2, 1998 : f a 0 .IT The Michigan Daily Weekend Magazine- Thursday, April 2, 1998 l1B U, gets down to earth with environmental semester State of the Arts ALL-WEATHER FAN By Alex Khachaturian For the Daily The theme semester, an idea meant to focus several units of the University on one issue, has been a mainstay on campus for five years. Surprised it's been here that...…

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…10B - The Michigani nDaily Weekend Magazine -Thursday, April 2, 1998 91 Trippin' abounds on Michigan's roadways Th & MichigaiDaily W< At Ann Arbor climbing gym, students take rocky road to fun By Ryan Malkin For the Daily Not much going on this weekend? No classes on Friday? Pack up some clothes, grab some great CDs and hit the road. Although many think Michigan is -boring in comparison to other states, that is not entirely true. Michigan...…

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…_®. .. . . e 17* S S.. __*._ TL. ....A... n n S U V -07 The Michigan Daily Weeken I4 8B - The Michigan Daily Weekend Magazme - inursaay, Apri 2, i 9 Photostory by Nathan Ruff Clockwise from to p left: * Bill Martell, a financial aid officer at the 'U,' puts his re night. * The male fancy dancers are known for their stamina, hij * The drum is viewed by Native American peoples as the * Native Americans from throughout the nation wer...…

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