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October 20, 1999 (vol. 110, iss. 16) • Page Image 1

…I ty- £r. *&t IArN .a.. eatne oday: Mostly cloudy. High 55. Low 39. omorrow: Mostly cloudy. High 56. One hundred nine years of editor lfreedom Wednesday October 20, 1999 .. }, .. '' > b ! 4 -%.a.. ,.M . L. co ~ tC', Yl 'C . : a y..:. ...:. .? f+ ',, ix Exv ^u.:SSfT, ti ', 14 . T. "% ' ,,,;b x x< "'JPa s . , xfi ywa, W' v 'f ,... k. 2. . r c m . <.': a .7 , +c ; '+ .: u, :: ... .,., "? ,,, r .. :,; ,.., .1 ,re, , ., , 4 . rr Kra sb, s o x...…

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…2 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, October 20, 1999 NATION/WORLD NATIONAL CITY Continued from Page 1 Finance and Budget Chair Chad True said about the declaration. "It's as ifthey have railroaded students into this option, and it seems to be one of the worst on campus," said Rackham student Suzanne Owen, MSA treasurer. Owen said that formalizing the rela- tionship between MSA and WSA is the first step in changing the contract with National...…

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…,. HIGHER EDUCATION MSU student assaulted in esidence hal A female resident in Philips Residence Hall at Michigan State University was assaulted Sunday morn- ing when a man entered her unlocked residence hall room at about 5 a.m., while the resident was asleep. The suspect covered the victims mouth, pinned her down to her bed and threatened to kill her if she screamed. He groped her, punched the left side ter face and then ran out of her room...…

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…- h'e Michigan Daily - Wednesday, October 20, 1999 J Maynard Street Ann Arbor, MI 48109v daily.letters@umich.edu Edited and managed by students at the University of Michigan Unless otherwise noted, unsigned editorial Dailvy' editorial board. All other articles, let the opinion of The Crash ai Online investingc T he Dow Jones Industrial Average took one of the biggest plunges of the year last Friday, taking back 266.90 points to close at 10019...…

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…,. _. Ort c-. 201999l 0 ,.,, 6 ~ ,l + r ^J i d ~ i t .{ "r s. wy Going r As you begin your ascent to the top, remember, it's what you learn along the way that counts. At Ernst & Young, you can have endless learning opportunities working with leading companies in leading industries. So when you get to your destination, you'll belong there. Ride with us. www.ey.com C 11,1 ZTPNF I - I I E …

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…1993 FORD ESCORT. 105 K miles, - excellent condition. $2500. Call 905-7622. PARKING: Near S. Univ. & S. Forest. 80), expires 8-31-00. Call Brian 827-0910. CARS FROM $500. Police impounds and tax repo's. For listings call 1-800-319-3323 ext. 4494 FORD CONVERSION VAN 1991. 68K miles, will finance $7000. Call Tom at 734-260-2488. '88 MAZDA 626 TURBO grey, hatchback, 5 spd, air, cruise, pw-pl, tape, 129K. 1500. 995-3089 day. 248-735-1873 night. 9...…

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…The Mchgan Daily Wednesday, October 20, 1999 - 7 MENINGITIS Continued from Page 1 of Wilson Residence Hall and members of the MSU marching band, of which Busutill is a member. A positive result to a spinal tap indi- cates that a patient has bacterial menin- gitis. Officials at Sparrow Hospital said at sutill's wishes, no condition reports I be given, but they did confirm that he still is a patient at the hospital. MSU has also been giving o...…

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… Wallflowers Steve Chbosky reads from "The Perks of Being a Wallflower." A screening of the author's film, "Four Corners of Nowhere.' follows. Borders Books & Music and State Theater, 7:30 p.m. I~ £icl gan t* IRT Tomorrow in Daily Arts: U Weekend, etc. Magazine examines the impor ance of money: How to get it, how to spend it and how to keep it 8 Wednesday October 20, 1999 Berlin Philharmonic to perform at Hill By Curtis Zimmermann lail ...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, October 20, 1999 -9 YV revives old hits, recycles past classics %f9 6 i \} 9 '813' pays tribute to joy of American literature, love Los Angeles 'Times HOLLYWOOD - Wrestling. Prime- Vme quiz shows. Weekly amateur hours. "The Wonderful World of Disney." Concerned young doctors. Picking out some regular woman and making her dreams come true. .The millennium may be drawing toward its conclusion, but television p...…

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…10 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, October 20, 1999 Fox hits with 'Fight' 'Dogma'joins gripes of Brooklyn Museum admist Los Angeks Times The one sure thing th Fincher's S68 million mov Club" has going for it, or ag controversy. According to movie experts, the free publicity t generating can either help o film's ultimate box-office per But many said the movie w uphill baVtle sustaining itself i ketplace and appealing to peo its core audien...…

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… SI Mi ji~m &iil Tracking 'M' teams The Michigan hockey team leaes for Alaska today, in preparation for their twogame series with Alaska- Farbanks. Puck drop for both games is 11 p.m. local time. Read all about the games i SportsMonday. Wednesday October 20, 1999 11 Around the Horn eu io SFairbanks excursion a Michigan rtual By Uma Subramanian Daily Sports Writer Fairbanks, Alaska. Population: 31,601. Distance from the Arctic Circle: 70 m...…

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…12 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, October 20, 1999 BY GEORGE! BY MICHAEL KERN * DAILY SPORTS WRITER S he may not be as famous as the former heavyweight boxing champion, but Catherine "George" Foreman is a star in her own right. Foreman, who hails from South Australin, was given the notable nickname by her teammates on the under-21 Australian n'ational field hockey team. When the Michigan field hockey team visited Foreman in Australia befo...…

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…eather oday: Partly cloudy. High 59 otnorrow: Cloudy. High 51. C~4w "Ut . Low 33. One hundred nine years of editoflfeedom Thursday October 21,1999 ----------- --------- - ------ ----------- -- . ;, -:; ,:.: z ., .,.A ;' ;-:, , ,. ,v' gy'm': .ai. ,, sx;' , ..._. .e:*t t t c rk 'Ex zn . ;; .., .,:: .: , :r., c v, %zy+,g r x , y ,,. ,. :. s4. .. s _;K;;. ,w; a" - ' C ;:ati x ~ E"k , . ; ,"' ,,. ":,. m ..., . '^ .. ,.. ... " ."'. .,,,. ..,....…

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…2A -The Michigan Daily -Thursday, October 21, 19N A Dole:'It would t tcontinue' WASH INGTOVN ( AP) . Eiiaheth I Dole abandoned her bid to be \mcrica first woman presidentg inm up \ ester- day in the shadow of Republican front- runner George W. Hush's outsized bankroll. "The odds are oer.helm- ing," she told tearful supporters. "It would be futile to continue. With a near-wistful nod to the his- tOrie implications. President Clinton called Do...…

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… LOCAL/STATE The Michigan Daily -IThursday, October 21, 1999 - 3A ESEARCH Survey: Nation's doctors do not follow guidelines Many doctors are not following ,tional guidelines that could help entreat patients better, according to a University study. Researchers, led by pediatrician Michael Cabana, found that doctors do not follow the guide- lies because of lack of information, time and willingness to change. According to the study, the most co...…

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…4A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, October 21, 1999 c I e 91lCir igtttt tt'rl 1'. 420 Maynard Street Ann Arbor, MI 48109 dailyletters@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. All other articles, letters and cartoons...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Thursday, October 21, 1999 - 5A Hurrne ose tears through aribbean ST. JOHN ' , AntHgua (A\P) I Hurricane Jose ripped roo s from houses, tore down a newly built church and flun debris through deserted streets yesterday .s it made a direct hit on Antigua and threatened a string of other Caribbean islands. Storm-weary islanders in neighboring St. Kitts, where a few homes remain roofless from last year's devastating hurrica...…

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…PARKING: Near S. Univ. & S. Forest. X800, expires 8-31-00. Call Brian 827-0910. NOW LEASING ! Fall 2000 furnished houses and apartments. . Stop by for a brochure. Campus Rentals 1335 S. University at Washtenaw. 665-8825. PRIME PARKING SPACE to rent, Located near the corner of E. Jefferson and S. Division. Call Michigan Realty Management for details. 662-5500. ROOMMATE NEEDED ASAP- Female pref. to live in spacious 2 bdrm. apt. 10 mm. from Diag...…

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… HIGHER EDUCATION The Michigan Daily - Thursday, October 21, 1999 - 7A 4New trials start for Harvard prof.s anti-cancer drug i " By Eli M. Alper Harvard Crimson :CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (U-WIRE) - After decades of research, Andrus Professor of Pediatric Surgery M. Judah Folkman is one step closer to his research goal of attacking cancer by c ng off the flow of blood to tumors rather than attacking them directly. This week, doctors will begin test...…

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…8A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, October 21, 1999 . : . ' Y,_ } , : " . ,. ' . ., ' i- s et: .. :.<[ i3" ' =aa .°_ ",tr '!; : F i'y. 9 I The silent lI opposition i i ."" . Drowned by the chants of activists taking part in today's National Day of Action, one campus voice will not be heard. Prompted by Un the presence of lawsuits challenging th 'iversity's use of race in the admissions e process, proponents of affirmative a...…

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…T nft AL:.h......rt ":il._ _Th1.rc. .....J.... t f~4 4 Ar'u1 ' NATION/WORLD gu .Mye - uruouu;iL %4uslim leader becomes new Indonesian president !A JAKARTA, Indonesia E ecto {AI'} - A revered but i aiz,, t1 J frail Islamic party leader won the first open presidential election in Indonesia's troubled history yesterday, defeating the popular aughter of the country's founding father and setting ff a wave of violent protests by her disillusioned...…

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…i:i:r~. . I I r A( 4 I l I 0 Graduate School Infor mation Fair You i 1 I I I 1 ': C7 Wednesday October 27, 1999 11:00am- 3:opm Michigan Union Are M Invited!! Prospective Graduate Student Information Day Saturday, Ocober 30, 1999 Over the next decade, the demand for public health raduates will increase. On an given day in the United States, there are 2,500 tot5,000 vacant public health positions. There is a shortage of 1,80...…

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…/ -: --$ .1,.r f I I I, 4;' "'<. it r r 5 . --_ _-.._ i : ., . . ' _ . . -- . _ _ - ___ - _ w M ^1 Ij The University of Michigan School of Nursing is accepting freshman transfer applications to its BSN Program for winter 2000. For infor- mation, please call 763-5985. Explore professional advancement through the School's graduate programs that prepare you to be nurse practitioners, midwives, researchers, teachers; and managers. To reque...…

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… $coreboard ,. NHL TORONTO 3. HOCKEY Carolina 3 DETROIfT 6, Nashville 4, San .ose 3 BUFFALO 3 FLORIDA 5. DALLAS 2, Vancouver 2 Edmonton 1. Colorado 2, Boston at MONTREAL 1 LOS ANGELES, Inc. PHIlADELPHIA 5, N.Y. Rangers 0 NBA BASKETBALL New Jersey 105 NEW YORK 99 BOSTON 108. Utah 104 Milwaukee 81. MINNESOTA 80 Toronto 100 DENVER 95 Ub * i &l Tracking 'M' teams Check out the Michigan women's basketball team for the first time this season. Sto...…

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…Thursday, October 21. 199 TbM1i Volleyball looks to so inconsistency on roa By Dnen Krischer I)aily Sprts Winicr With the infrequency of wins since the Big Ten season started, what can be expected from Michigan's volleyball team as it travels to Indiana and Illinois this upcoming weekend? As the Wolverines approach the end of the first half of the Big Ten season, they have yet to discover exactly what has caused such inconsistent play among ...…

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…14A- The Michigan Daily - Thursday, October 21, 1999 k' fIy4 M /-4 a I V, f '}e ,, ' ,R a <" xi .4i 'X S e,: n~ 4f s ft. ..'^'°A .>' t sv- a <~ ,s s, qta3.t: 3 , a ,3 ya s tY 'i' 9 :,, n i? , '.vS :w«,.W, V n 1 a ".* a<a 1.r...ga 3a ab a . , '. '$d .. a Y, . , ,~,,,:.,, g i>,:s -~,: ... ^* g. .., .% . g ,ry ,,k}ri sh &yP: i ',':, e,.a. m …

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…Thursddy October 21. 199 TeicgnDay- 15A brew tries to draw Heisman looks against Penn State By Richard Haddad For the Daily For the second time this year, seven Big Ten teams find themselves ranked ithe Associated Press' Top 25. That tistic probably won't stand for long, as six of them go at it on Saturday. Although the phrase has become repetitive this October, this week presents a slate of crucial games, and the merciless Big Ten schedul...…

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…16A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, October 21, 1999 Team of the 90's title up for grabs at World Series ATLANTA (AP) - At stake, the World Series crown and this title: Team of the Decade. The defending champion New York Yankees and Atlanta Braves, already plenty familiar with each other, meet again in Game 1 Saturday night at Turner Field. It's a rematch of the 1996 Series, in which Derek Jeter, Andy Pettitte and the Yankees rallied to bea...…

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…Thursday, October 21, 1999 - The Michigan Daily - 17A lets' nine lives finally un out against Braves WLANTA (AP) - The New York Mets had been rising from dead so often and for so long that people had come to expect it, especially the players themselves. that's why they took the end so hard. Any team can fall behind 5-0 when it's just orie loss from elimination. But to come back and tie it 7-all, take an 8-7 lead and blow it, and then take a ...…

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… 18A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, October 21, 1999 Left tackle Samuels helps give Alexander a helping block TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) - Someone has to get credit for all the yards Shaun Alexander has run up this season, and the Alabama tailback is willing to share it. Or, it could be that Alexander is simply afraid to rile Chris Samuels, his mammoth left tackle. "You run behind him, and he might block one, two or even three guys himself," sa...…

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…Thursday, October 21, 1999 - The Michigan Daily 19A ABE AND ANDY Blue golfer Matthews mimics some of former president's most renowned ideas elieve it or not, sophomore golfer Andy Matthews and Abraham Lincoln have a lot in common. Of course, Lincoln couldn't hit a golf ball very well, and Matthews hasn't been President of the United States, but certain characteristics are unique to both men. In the course of his lifetime, Lincoln was known...…

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…20A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday,October 21, 1999 Carr still mum on Brady and Henson's status this weekend The Quarterbacs Head to Head CARR Continued from Page 12A Here's the resulting scoring drives in each Michigan game so far guided by What is fair to note, though, is that Henson and Brady. when Henson wins the first-half bat- tie of the quarterbacks, his second- Notre Dame: half play is probably not quite what Brady - three FGs, two T...…

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… B - The l nigan Daily - Weekendtc. Magazine - Thursday, (tber 21? 1999. a rtinued from Page 5B er experience and qualities that ure employers are looking for in ent college grads. But concerned students can look at this ay: No matter whether they iode to endure an extra few hours of or per week or not, prospects after lege have a distinctly optimistic ge. Ferri LaMarco, the associate direc- at Career Planning and Placement, d, "Employers ...…

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… _______________________________________________1 ! r* The Michigan Daily - lekend, etc. Magazipe Asday October 21,,1999 " WEBSITE OF THE WEEK www.fool.com One of the best (and most frequented) money-related sites on the Web is the Motley Fool. The website focuses on helping people learn how to save and invest, get out of debt, plan their retirement, and even build and track their investment portfolio. The message boards on the Motley Fool ar...…

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… U 148 -_The Michigan Daily - Weekend, etc. Magazine -Thursday, October 21, 1999 0 0 0 0 0, The Michigan Daily Weekend, etc.magaz A weekly guide to who's Thursday, Oct. 21 where, what's hap ening and through why you need to e there ... ei Wednesday, Oct. 27 MAIZE AND BLUE CHIPS Students practice investing skills in c3 Films opening Bats Like "The Birds," except with bats. At Showcase: 1:05, 3:10, 5:15, 7:25, 9:35, 11:45. At Quality...…

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… - - - - - - - - - - - . ;' ,S t r .The Michigan Daily - Weed, Campus high rollers don't always know w By Elena Lipson Daily Staff Writer "It was 2 a.m. and we had little stacks worth S200 each," recounted LSA junior Mike, who requested that his last name be withheld. "We were trying to make a St. Louis arch between (our separate stacks). Eventually we did and won 52,500. And then we went to the strip club after. It was an exciting night...…

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…12B -- The Wjjhigan Daily - Weekend,,, &tc. Magazine -- Thursday, OApber 21,.1999 2M _ iiii ii55 LJiiY - L rkulU, " t %JktVVNl r throw 'The Limey' to its death y y . / ; . :. x .. : C .: . Students woii"Lardiforrmoney, some'get trea ed righT By Christopher Tkaczyk Daily ats Writer Fresh from his 1997 screen success, "Out of Sight," director Steven Soderbergh offers up a similar action- esque drama foray with "The Limey," a slight- ly les...…

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… r'~ftT~haA~it., n ,_11Akani s trMa~anitn-- Thiav, October 21.I1999* r a 0 I, [ 6g ittQ MICkIgaC1 UBIIy - V ntllUl elc I In atflu! #trwuay, v4kuv c.i, KULA THE TYCOON? SAY YOUR PRAYERS, DANIEL-SAN te Movies of the Decade- #7 'SILENCE' IS GOLDEN By. AaronN Rich"'l" r 22999 -- 118 Jgnathan femme. helps Anthony: Hopkins get into character. Courtesy of Orion Pictuires So this week we're talking about money, which made me realize that I...…

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…10B -fihe Michigan Dal lekdOt H-=l y toe ,19 v , _ ; REALITY CHECK FOR HONOLULU GOONS LoThebanhigankDailyd-rsetdtnds''tc Ma Local banks bid for students' loot with i Though it has never been something I've taken pride in, I love "The Real World" This was acceptable when I was much younger, and the show was new, and the cast (i.e. the New York cast) was less moronic. This season, however, the era of "The Real World Hawaii," has changed the...…

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…1£ur *rnW News: 76-DAILY Display Ads: 7640554 Classified Ads: 764-0557 One hundred eight years ofediton lfeedom Tesday October 20, 1998 - f. ~; -2 Students gather to remember Cantor By Michael Grass Daily Staff Reporter Hundreds of students gathered on the Diag in a candlelight vigil last night to pay tribute to Courtney Cantor, who many remember as vibrant and com- passionate. 'The grieving process will continue. hope this will bring so...…

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…2 - fhe Michigan Daily -- Tuesday, October 20, 1998 NATION/WORLD - Attack threatens Middle East peace talks TALKS Continued from Page 1 He said Secretary of State Madeleine Albright had met with Arafat and there were "informal contacts" between Israelis and Palestinians, as well. Palestinian sources said Israeli Foreign Minister Ariel Sharon had met with two senior Palestinian offi- 'vials, Mahmoud Abbas and Ahmed Qurie. The sources, speakin...…

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… LOCAL/STATE The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, October 20, 1998 - 3 AMPUS [lo Public Health Prof. emeritus dies at 96 Mabel Rugen, professor emeritus of *-Public Health and Education, died in her Ann Arbor home Oct. 15 at the age .of..96. Rugen, a pioneer in public health and education, retired from the University in1970 after 40 years of teaching. The School of Public Health estab- lished the Mabel E. Rugen Fund for Health Education in 1992 in ...…

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…4 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, October 20, 1998 e, lCitt igtt Et(tild Lack of interest in protest does not equate to 0 420 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 'Every criminal has a right to a lawyer. Why shouldn't every sick person have a right to a doctor?' -former US. Surgeon General Joycelyn Elders, speaking ...…

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…]I LOCAL/STATE The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, October 20, 1998 - 5 FRATERNITY Continued from Page 1 said. Sanctions could include the temporary removal of the fraternity's charter from cam- pus. Under the suspension implemented yester- day, members may still live in the house but not participate in Greek activities such as social events and intramural sports. If the national board suspends the fraternity's charter today, active members will...…

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…6 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, October 20, 1998 1993 HARLEY-DAVIDSON 1200 Sportster exc. cond., custom detailing, new tires/battery, saddlebags. 734-213-7728. AVAIL. NOW PARKING space behind East Quad compact car. $100/mo. 665-2723. CABLE DESCRAMBLER KIT. $14.95. View all premium & pay-per-view channels. 1-800-752-1389. COUCH NEUTRAL COLORS, excellent condition, $100. 668-8817. FREE SATELLITE TELEVISION . 18 inch 100% digital dish. No cre...…

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… NATION/WORLD The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, October 20. 1998 - 7 Jones documents released to public Los Angeles Times WASHINGTON -Lawyers for D o President Clinton and Paula Corbin Jones return to court today to argue * whether her sexual harassment law - i ( suit should be reinstated, and yester- /IL As & the federal court in Little Rock, Ark., began releasing hundreds of The pres pages of sealed documents that show that episod both sides ...…

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… University Symphony Orchestra to present free concert. While Guiseppe Verdi was famous for "Aida" and "La Traviata,"and the UNiversity Symphony will perform his "Overture to La Forza del Destino" as well as Walton's "Cello Concerto" with soloist Thomas Gregory tonight. Hill Auditorium. The performance begins at 8 p.m. Admission is free. Z nrgi F t~iig LRT Tomorrow in Daily Arts: Wondering what to watch on television? The Daily Arts televisi...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, October 20, 1998 - 9 'Acme'ex 0ith fine The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion has arguably been the most energetic and sexiest sounding band in rock 'n' roll since its formation in 1991. On last year's "Now I Got Worry," howev- er, the songs were rarely worthy of the j ng energy level with which the 1.d played them. On "Acme," though, singer/guitarist Spencer, along with fellow guitarist Judah Bauer and drummer Russell...…

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…Scoreboard- I Tracking 'M' teams NFL NHL Want to take a long road trip? Then go watch the mens FOOTBALL HOCKEY cross country team at the Eastern Michigan Open on N.Y. Jets 24, Chicago 2 Friday. Take the day off, head to Ypsi, and watch the@ NEW ENGLAND14 MONTREAL sixth-ranked Wolverines run. And buy a souvenir. ' TORONTO 2 (OT) Boston at Tuesday PHOENIX, nc. T Men's gymnastics holds rally in Diag to drum up support. n, Gymnasts promote team wi...…

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