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July 24, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 11) • Page Image 13

… T OOMER SIGNS; KING TRADED Former Michigan wide receiver Amani Toomer inked a deal with the New York Giants, who drafted him in the second round of April's draft. Jimmy King, former Fab Fiver, was traded by the Toronto S Raptors to the Dallas Mavericks for two draft picks. SPORTS Wednesday July 24, 1996 L3 Gold and Blue Dolan Former Michigan swimmer captures gold in 400 IM but doesn't qualify in 400 freestyle From wire reports ATLANTA- Hi...…

July 24, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 11) • Page Image 14

…14 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, July 24, 1996 SPORTS MALCHOW Continued from Page 13 it's not for time." "The medals really count." Boosting the Michigan-related medal count has been Brazil's Gustavo Borges. The former Wolverine grabbed his second medal of the Games on Monday night by finishing third in the 100-meter freestyle competition. Borges earned his first medal, a sil- ver, in Saturday night's 50-meter freestyle race. Borges' pe...…

July 24, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 11) • Page Image 15

…SPORTS Wednesday, July 24, 1996 - The Michigan Daily -15 The Sporting Views: BC coverage of Olympics lacking ay y 1ow~si Daily Sports Editor John Tesh is covering sports. That's all I need to say. The famous "Entertainment onight" anchor and now New Age piano performer is just one of many problems with NBC's coverage of this summer's centennial Olympic Games in Atlanta. I was on an outdoor trip and com- pletely away from a television for ...…

July 24, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 11) • Page Image 16

…16 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, June 24, 1996 e' Y' Ani1 insa der's g U1Ue tU h Aret Fa rs~ Atsns spent several day settingupterboh BY GREG PARKER DAILY ARTS EDITOR ART FAIR. SOME HEAR THE PHRASE AND LAMENT THE CERTAIN GRIDLOCK AND CONGESTED SIDEWALKS. OTHERS JUMP FOR JOY, WHILE VISIONS OF FIRST-RATE ARTS AND CRAFTS COME TO MIND. IN EITHER CASE, ONE MUST RECOGNIZE THAT TH1 EVENT WE CALL "ART FAIR" IS BOTH UNIQUE AND EXTRAORDINARY. AND, A...…

July 24, 1987 (vol. 96, iss. 10) • Page Image 1

…-ThM hgn Dily Ul Sui V Vol. XCVI - No. 10S Cops fighI By MARY CHRIS JAKLEVIC she Editor's note: Daily Reporter the Mary Chris Jaklevic accompanied ente Officer Dan Waites on patrol in the base campus area Tuesday in an attempt Tue to learn more about life behind the Arb wheel of a patrol unit. This is the seat first of two stories recounting what man Studenta may sue over contract By KAREN STRUFFERT A possible lawsuit, if vindicated, could for...…

July 24, 1987 (vol. 96, iss. 10) • Page Image 2

…Page 2 --The Michigan Daily, Friday;July 24, 1987 MS A officials clean shop during lul "By MARTHA SEVETSON for the fally" Esther Armstead, a former student assembly's historical file - a record hoping to increase communication fighting for student causes have concentrated their efforts this adviser and secretary for the of election results and meetings - with students in the fall. LSA junior fihting fr suentchsshe oncetrate dingfforts ew Finan...…

July 24, 1987 (vol. 96, iss. 10) • Page Image 3

…The Michigan Daily, FridayJuly 24,1987- Page 3 'U' blames state for tuition increase By MARTHA SEVETSON prices," said Vice President for The University will rely on a Academic Affairs and Provost James tuition hike of over eight percent Duderstadt. next year to fill the funding gap left - But Regent Deane Baker (R-Ann by a low state appropriation, Arbor) - who voted against the according to University officials. increase - said the growing p...…

July 24, 1987 (vol. 96, iss. 10) • Page Image 4

… Page 4 ART FAIRS Friday, July 24, 1987 The Michigan Daily N Jury system selects artists By DAHLIA DEAN The 28th Annual Ann Arbor Street Art Fair - re- puted to be the most competitive among the city's three art fairs - is Ann Arbor's original juried fair. Depending on the thorough two-part judging system that involves slide and on-street jurying, applicants to this fair may wait as long as six years before they are accepted to display their...…

July 24, 1987 (vol. 96, iss. 10) • Page Image 5

…ART FAIRS r The Michigan Daily Friday, July 24, 1987 unily Photo by S ' "' . This year marks Ann Arbor fiber artist Charla Khanna's seventeenth consecutive visit to the Art Fairs. The dolls she designed sold out the first morning they were displayed. Regulars return for fairs By ALAN PAUL "The cross-section (of the crowd) listening to music, a lot of which is To many long time attendees, the is so crazy," Kee-Young continued. good." Art F...…

July 24, 1987 (vol. 96, iss. 10) • Page Image 6

…OPINION Page 6 Friday, July 24, 1987 The Michigan Daily -U IN 97 Years of Editorial Freedom No. 1IOS Unsigned editorials represent the majority views of the Daily's Editorial Board. Cartoons and signed editorials do not necessarily reflect the Daily's opinion. Next year's tuition: An arm and a leg Safe sex is the realistic solution ONCE AGAIN THE University regents have voted to increase students' tuition. This year, the hike will be...…

July 24, 1987 (vol. 96, iss. 10) • Page Image 7

…PERSPECTIVES fhe Michigan Daily Friday, July 24, 1987 Page 7 I Interview with representative of the Democratic Revolutionary Front. Searching for solutions in Salvador ElSALVADORUBRE ew C: The FMLN includes five housing, running water, electricity, last time we put out another D: What conditions are necessary nal political-military organizations health, education - not just for the proposal to renew the dialogue was to reach a satisfactor...…

July 24, 1987 (vol. 96, iss. 10) • Page Image 8

… ART FAIRS Friday, July 24, 1987 Page 8 The Michigan Daily The annual Ann Arbor Art Fairs drew thousands of people to the streets of the city. In addition to artwork and sidewalk sales, art buffs flocked around live performers such as Mr. B, who entertained crowds at the corner of South University and East University Streets. Sonny Dalton of Kalamazoo boasts a creation he built from scraps called 'Independence.' Ann Arbor residents Jeff ...…

July 24, 1987 (vol. 96, iss. 10) • Page Image 9

… ART FAIRS Friday, July 24, 1987 Page 9 The Michigan Daily Mark 'Gator' Gage of Wyandotte capitalizes upon the popularity of Lt. Col. Oliver North by selling T-shirts on State Street. Leonard Hallen of Rockford, Illinois creates a 'personality' painting for Jim and I Pominville of Westland. The painting shows their daughter, Jennifer, playing baseball. Photos by Scott Lituchy Ice cream enthusiasts cool off at the corner of State and Will...…

July 24, 1987 (vol. 96, iss. 10) • Page Image 10

…Page 10-The Michigan Daily, Friday, July 24, 1987 Student disputes food service policy (ContinuedfromPage 1) the rates. We know that on any of meals over the last few years." given day, students will miss meals. David Foulke, associate director There is about a 25 percent for Housing Business Affairs, said absenteeism rate," Foulke said. students are entitled to two meals per Mike Phillips, chair of Michigan day and one meal on Sunday with a S...…

July 24, 1987 (vol. 96, iss. 10) • Page Image 11

…The Michigan Daily, Friday, July 24, 1987- Page 11 On University patrol with an Ann Arbor cop (ContinuedfromPage) police is a new fad among high downright mean. Others are probably chairs and a desk for the lieutenant school students: carrying guns. bored. You have to watch out." who was about to conduct roll call. Waites says guns are a status Passing through town Waites On the wall were bulletins of FBI symbol among teenage gang spotted an ...…

July 24, 1987 (vol. 96, iss. 10) • Page Image 12

…Page 12 -The Michigan Daily, Friday, July 24, 1987 Ann Arbor streets encompasses Art hysteria (Cathmd from Pag 4) clips at South University's "And to meet le," Harrison Children's Activities Booth. Art is people," - why not?- drinking melonade added. "I mean, everybody comes." from "A Fruitcart Named Desire" and Ignoring the booths is actually a discussing the evils of capitalism at common side effect of the madness a booth on "Activism Row."...…

July 24, 1987 (vol. 96, iss. 10) • Page Image 13

…ARTS The Michigan Daily Friday, July 24, 1987 Page 13 Art Fair stages fil the streets with music By Alan Paul BopbopRebop...whaa,whaa,whaa aaa...bumdebumbumdebum.... Position yourself just right somewhere in the Diag and you may find all these sounds crashing down on you. There are three sanc- tioned Art Fair stages, providing entertainment of all types everyday all day. The Michigan Union Stage, presented by Eclipse Jazz and WIQB focuses on...…

July 24, 1987 (vol. 96, iss. 10) • Page Image 14

…Page 14 -The Michigan Daily, Friday, July 24, 1987 Ats Update The Streetlight Theater presents Saint Berdoo and the Devil, a "blackly comical song and dance" play written by company member John Shaw, at the Performance Network, 408 W. Washington. It runs through the weekend at 8 pm with a Sunday matinee at 6:30...Matt "Guitar" Murphy, who has played with many greats from Chuck Berry to Sonny Boy Williamson, but is best known as the guitaris...…

July 24, 1987 (vol. 96, iss. 10) • Page Image 16

… 4im ) s E *Available in Clips Number of Item Check One Items Number Post Clip Cost FREE - 1 PAIR WITH EVERY SIX PAIRS ORDERED Exclusive Allow approximately four weeks for delivery. $3.00 Per Pair OR 2 Pair for $5.00 Total Cost for Earrings $ Tax (.04 per $1.00) $ Shipping & Handling $ 2.00 TOTAL COST $ Enclose Check or Money Order SEND TO: EARS-TO-YOU 1213 - 14th Street Marysville, Michigan 48040 0 …

July 24, 1987 (vol. 96, iss. 10) • Page Image 17

…SPORTS Friday, July 24, 1987 The Michigan Daily Summer stars Abbott pitches Pan-Am team victory against By GREG MOLZON The legend of Jim Abbott just keeps growing - now it has even reached a Communist country. The Michigan pitcher, who was born without & right hand, has amazed everyone who has seen him pitch. First it was the baseball fans of Ann Arbor, and then the whole country learned about him from a feature article in Sports Illustrate...…

July 24, 1987 (vol. 96, iss. 10) • Page Image 18

…Page 16 -The Michigan Daily, Friday, July 24, 1987 Rush Delivery BY JEFF RUSh The future of University of Michigan basketball has been on display at the 1987 U.S. Olympic Festival, and a friend whose basketball judgment I trust to no end has been watching Wolverine newcomers Sean Higgins, Terry Mills, and Rumeal Robinson with great interest. There are few people in the world I trust, fewer I trust about sports in general, and fewer yet I trust...…

July 24, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 37) • Page Image 1

…ART FA IR '85 Pullout Section Inside ki £idcigan 1 ail p ____ ___Ninety-five years of editoria/ freedom Vol. XCV, No. 37-S CohTheMhgaDIy City welcomes art air with wide-open arms By CHRIS LAUER reputation - has evolved from its Today, like every year at this time, origin as simply a sales impetus for Ann Arbor welcomes all manner of local merchants into a complex, art-loving multitudes with open arms; sprawling multi-faceted cultural event an...…

July 24, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 37) • Page Image 2

…Page 2 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, July 24, 1985 Watchdog group decries classroom 'bias' According to a conservative watch- vine said. The athletic program's penalties 1988 spring semester, Fierke said. of adult movies on campus. dog group, today's college students He added that AIA is necessary include a ban on post-season com- Under the proposed system, U.S. District Judge Douglas are not sophisticated enough to know because students a...…

July 24, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 37) • Page Image 3

…The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, July 24, 1985 - Page 3 University Council discusses hearings or violent crimes the student attacked the class's professor, professor also on the council, said that "if we works eternally slow," said Donald Rucknagel By KERY MURAKAMI However, these sanctions would last two weeks make a mistake in suspending someone, we a professor of internal medicine. he University Council stalled in its at the most, said Eric S...…

July 24, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 37) • Page Image 4

…Page 4 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, July 24, 1985 120 arrested in drug raids CHICAGO (UPI) - Drug raids con- named in three separate indictments, ducted yesterday by hundreds of law bringing to 134 the total number of enforcement officers in seven states people charged in "Operation and Mexico resulted in the arrests of Durango," Valukas said. 120 people and the recovery of hun- The indictments charge defendants dreds of thousands of dol...…

July 24, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 37) • Page Image 5

…OPINION The Michigan Daily Vol. XCV, No. 37-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 Mile high boots ANN ARBOR residents like to play chicken with the Parking Violations Bureau by trying to stay just one step ahead of the law. They let four or five parking tickets accumulate before they start to pay fines, but sometimes the...…

July 24, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 37) • Page Image 6

…ARTS Wednesday, July 24, 1985 I The Michigan Daily Page 6 Enchantment undercut by crass schtick ByfpyronL. Bull E XPLORERS is the latest in the recent deluge of suburban situated fantasies, following in the footsteps of E.T., Poltergeist, Goonies, and Back to the Future, though it marches to an offbeat drum roll that makes it the exception of the bunch. Not always successful, but when it does work, it works gloriously. Three junior high o...…

July 24, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 37) • Page Image 7

…The Michigan Daily -Wednesday, July 24, 1985 - Page 7 Entertainment galore storms art fair By Hobey Echlin _.a ELL, IT'S Art Fair time again, and from the endless lists of events and stacks of schedules, the confused and misled fair-goer looks to words of the reporter to sort out the myriads of musical entertainment in- Oto a logical and comprehensive an- < swer to the confusion. No such luck. But what I will give t < t you is a pretty good id...…

July 24, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 37) • Page Image 8

…Page 8 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, July 24, 1985 Music to pervade the air during fair (ContinuedfromPage7) Armatradin, Doyle offers emotional variety of musical highlights to keep and heartwrenched vocals, in a style you spinning in the action. Lisa Wolf just recently made available on her and her band will provide funked-up "Aching in the Water" cassette. jazz to move you through the day at 2 The Blue Front Persuaders, omni- p.m. in fro...…

July 24, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 37) • Page Image 9

…9 The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, July 24, 1985-- F he golden ix gourmet dining on the Ann Arbor ice cream scene. The cones are skimpy. (1101 S. University). By Katie Wilcox BEACON ST. CREAMERY ----- - The newest "luxury," as opposed to "standard" model T HE ICE CREAM wars in Ann Arbor - especially on campus. The rich, smooth flavors are made here daily. during the Art Fair -rage full force around campus, Depending on what's in season, they ...…

July 24, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 37) • Page Image 10

…Page 10 -The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, July 24, 1985 Art fair opens its arms (Continued from Page 1) along South University from Washtenaw to East University, and extending up East University for about a block. "This year we have 238 artists - juried artists - and in addition we have probably about 20 Potters' Guild members, and 10 or 15 senior citizens," said Esther Rainville, a painter and a member of the fair's planning committee since t...…

July 24, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 37) • Page Image 11

…The Michigan Daily -Wednesday, July 24, 1985 - Page 11 Evening of Pinter sketches lies in wait meaning with the same basic plot shall, who is directing Trouble in the sophisticated comedy, but it is also a audience; he is known for his silence By Noelle Brower construction: one or more characters Works, one of the four sketches. "It drama - it's ironic, the dark humor, on such matters, thus angering and find themselves in a room or some was a ...…

July 24, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 37) • Page Image 12

…Page 12 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, July 24, 1985 Get to know us... We're a bookstore and a whole lot more. TAKE ADVA We're Ulrich's Bookstore, the bookstore that you will get to know and love. Located in the heart of central campus at 549 East University (corner of East University and South University). Ulrich's has been seining the community since 1934 and has grown with the ever- increasing needs. We have a complete line of product...…

July 24, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 37) • Page Image 13

…The Michigan Daily -Wednesday, July 24, 1985 - Page 13 NTAGE OF ANN ARBOR cWASHINGTON ST- E118111 S W OILA S JEFFEASONt : y zr \D L1$ ti E Hill E STfN _ _ _N S 9L_ -~. "If M F 7n I ~iI i ATTN.: ORIENTATION STUDENTS YOU ARE HERE! (Alice Lloyd) _p 1. Urc ' 2. University Cellar \ \ 3. Michigan Union Bookstore 4. Housing Information Office /Qk: 5. Steve's UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN NORTH CAMPUS °o0 ~L One offer per coupon. J ,j:FD) < One coupon p...…

July 24, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 37) • Page Image 14

…Page 14 - The Michigan Daily -Wednesday, July 24, 1985 CILJffIlIIIIIIZ ALIUIJ F FOR SALE FOR RENT FOR RENT GOVERNMENT HOMES from $1 (U repair). Atso delinquent tax property. Call 805-687-6000 Ext. GH-0152 for informoation. 04B0807 BOAT FOR SALE - '07 Oday Mariner, 19,' FG, CS, engine, trailer, 3 sails, loaded with extras, outfitted tocrise -$3,900.00. 994-3070. 07B0724 FURNtSH ENTIRE APT. FOR JUST $225.00! Intl. new waterbed, oak desk, couch...…

July 24, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 37) • Page Image 15

…The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, July 24, 1985- Page 15 Reagan welcomes visiting Chinese leader WASHINGTON (UPI) - President Reagan, THE AGREEMENT, which faces a 90-day wife, Lin Jaimei. Reagan's role was curtailed benefit," Reagan urged Li, "Let us proceed in still hoarse and pale from cancer surgery, congressional review period, would only per- and the length of the dinner shortened to ac- that spirit." welcomed Chinese President Li Xiannian ...…

July 24, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 37) • Page Image 16

…SPORTS Wednesday, July 24, 1985 4 Page 16 The Michigan Daily N. awa pla for yes eco grip In the Ass aboi Strike talks beginning to heat up EW YORK (UPI) - Two weeks Fehr said that once these non- their contribution to the players' some solutions," said Lee MacPhail, national television revenues for 18 ay from the major league baseball critical issues have been cleared, the benefit plan to $60 million a year and chief negotiator for the ow...…

July 24, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 28) • Page Image 1

…A rt Fair 184 ^Inside:Aguidetothe summer's main event rtb torzu ILIUdIQ Ninety -four years of editorial/freedom Tuesday, July 24, 1984 Fifteen Cents Sixteen Pages Williams forfeits crown over nude photos CAROL L. FRANCAVILLA/Daily The Graceful Arch on East University was almost vacant yesterday, but it will soon be overtaken by swarms of people visiting Ann Arbor's 25th annual art fair. Preparations for art fair hit fever pitch By ANDREW...…

July 24, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 28) • Page Image 2

…Reagan, Bush begin intense campaign From United Press International President Reagan, countering a popularity slip since the Democratic convention, yesterday began a blitz that includes a news conference, a three-state campaign trip and some barnstorming by Vice President George Bush. The Democrats' newly installed team, after a week of uncontested at- tention during the party's convention in San Francisco, mostly stayed out of the limelight. ...…

July 24, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 28) • Page Image 3

…The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, July 24, 1984 - Page 3 MADD recruits volunteers at fair By PAUL JACKSON New among the merchants, artists, and public ser- vice groups at this year's Ann Arbor Street Art Fair will be representatives of Mothers Against Drunk Drivers, an organization which assists victims of drunk drivers and seeks stricter enforcement of laws against driving under the influence of alcohol. What concerns the group most, according t...…

July 24, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 28) • Page Image 4

…Page 4 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, July 24, 1984 Presidents, legislators draw hefty pensions N BRIEF Compiled from Associated Press and United Press international reports WASHINGTON (AP) - Retired members of Congress are drawing an average pension of $35,386 a year, and 138 former senators and represen- tatives collect more now than they ear- ned as lawmakers, the National Tax- payers Union said yesterday. The congressional figure was ne...…

July 24, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 28) • Page Image 5

…The MichiganDaily -Tuesday, July 24, 194- Page 5 'Russian' hockey player is from U.S. BRAINERD, Minn. (AP) - A 21- year-old woman, whose ruse of being a teen-age Soviet hockey player in need of help convinced people to take her into their home, was urged yesterday by authorities to return to the Boston area for psychiatric care. Police said no charges would be filed against Wendy Devin, who they described as "obsessed with hockey." While bein...…

July 24, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 28) • Page Image 6

…q OPINION Page 6 Vol. XCIV, No. 28-S 94 Years of Editorial Freedom Managed and Edited by Students at The University of Michigan Editorials represent a majority opinion of the Daily Editorial Board End the quotas N THE PAST few weeks, the Reagan administration has made it clear that it is willing to cut a deal with the UAW and the nation's automakers. Restrain yourselves in the current contract negotiations, the ad- ministration has whispere...…

July 24, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 28) • Page Image 7

…Danily.- Tueday u .ly 2d 10 Fe7 Refinery blast kills four in Illinois ROMEOVILLE, Ill. (AP) - An ex- plosion rocked a Union Oil Co. refinery last night, killing four people and in- juring 16 others as it knocked out power, shattered windows for miles and ignited a fire that raged out of control, authorities said. The 6 p.m. blast at the sprawling refinery that straddles Romeoville and Lemont knocked out a 138,000-volt tran- smission tower an...…

July 24, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 28) • Page Image 8

…Pnn 8 - The Michinnn Dnilv - Tu 24 1484 bd co U) TIE 1fltdlgant Bati gives you the World in News! call 764-0558 TO SUBSCRIBE Let us introduce ourselves. - T We're Ulrich's Bookstore, the bookstore that you will get to know and love. Located in the heart of central campus at 549 East University (corner of East University and South University. Ulrich's has been serving the community since 1934 and has grown with the ever- increasing needs. ...…

July 24, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 28) • Page Image 10

…41 Page /July 24, 184 Art rof By LILY ENG A BOUT 20 years ago, Art Prof. Eugene Pijanowski wanted to be a laundryman. Today, he is the proud supervisor of Metal Six, a student group participating in the Artists and Craf- tsmen Guild Summer Arts Festival. "When I was in graduate school, I was thinking of getting into the laundry business because it looked like a good opportunity," explained Pijanowski, who tells about his past ambitions with a...…

July 24, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 28) • Page Image 11

…July 24, 1984/Pqge 3 EVENT TO BEGIN ITS 25TH YEAR Welcome to the art fair DOUG McMAHON./Doily The art fair crowds may be hard to handle, and the parking may be impossible, but that's no reason to stay home July 25-28. E VERY JULY, Ann Arbor is to William on State Street and Association, is locate transformed into a festival that at- along Main Street from William to Guild's artists on State tracts over 500,000 people from all Huron; as alo...…

July 24, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 28) • Page Image 12

…Page 4 / July 24, 1984 Interes By JOSEPH KRAUS W HILE THE ART fair conjures up images of exotic sculptures and brightly colored paintings, there is more to the affair than art. Many organizations with political, environ- mental and educational interests seize the opportunity to reach the diverse groups of people that the art fair brings together. But don't worry, there won't be people running around trying to pull you aside and propagandize yo...…

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