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October 29, 1999 (vol. 110, iss. 23) • Page Image 1

…Weather Today: Partlyucloudy. High 68. Low 48. One hde n ears fdf eedom Tomorrow: Partly cloudy. High 68. ,~~e.nn er g~ioiiie4o Friday October 29, 1999 :. @ .c d'w %y, ' r5.k s ';, F .coo- 'x ' xM'"' f c .,, .. oh4 oscn , w' ' OAC wants c' to divest Groups nd ways to help disabled Byannie Baumnann SStaff Reporter The Michigan Student Assembly and the"Center for Community Service and Learning are two of several University campus organiz...…

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…2 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, October 29, 1999 NATION/WORLD HALLOWEEN Continued from Page 1 want her last name used. Customer at the Main Street costume shop could barely squeeze by each other in the crowded aisles yesterday. "The most popular trend this year is angels, princesses, and fembots, whatever the hell those are," Erin- Elvis said. "For the men, a lot of them are being Zorro or Austin Powers." She added, "I helped someone beco...…

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… LOCAL/S TATE The Michigan Daily - Friday, October 29, 1999 - 3 CRIME Subject struck by University "tlty vehicle A male subject was struck Tuesday morning by a University utility truck at the corner of West Medical Center Drive and Catherine Street, Department of Public Safety reports state. The subject was not injured and refused medical attention, but indicated he wouIa seek a check-up through employee health services. Wfaudulent J. Crew o...…

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…4 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, October 29, 1999 U~fWtcbiu-a-n t 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 ofthe Daily s editorial board. All other articles, letters and cartoons do not necessaril...…

October 29, 1999 (vol. 110, iss. 23) • Page Image 5

… Defining words Steven Pinker discusses what makes language. Pinker will be at Shaman Drum to talk about his new book "Words and Rules: The Ingredients of Language." 8 p.m UZte idcigan lkig LRT Tomorrow in Daily Arts: Read Daily Arts for a review of Saturday's performance by the Buena Vista Social Club. Friday October 29, 1999 5 .Harper summits Hill with lively, energetic show By Christopher Cousino Daily Arts Eitor "This is close. We are...…

October 29, 1999 (vol. 110, iss. 23) • Page Image 6

…FOUND: CHA RM BRACELET. If owner is looking and can identify, stop by 930 N. Univ. Chem. Bldg. Room A601, Dispensing Station. Or call 763-4684. 14 PAIRS OF ACUVUE contacts for only S75. + Free bottle of Opti-Free. + Free Shipping. + More. Deal good while supplies last! See all details at ww .edrclaussen.com AVAIL. NOW-Parking at 825 E. University. near East Quad. S 100/mo. 665-2723. DON'T BE a victim! Protect yourself. Call ASAP 248-348-6750 ...…

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…I The Michigan Daily - Friday, October 29, 1999 - 7 Practice makes perfect Chinese crackdown on religious group BEIJING (AP) - Nearly 30 mem- bers of the banned Falun Gong spiritual movement spoke out yesterday at an extraordinary news conference orga- nized in secrecy, denouncing torture at the hands of Chinese police and promising continued defiance. One member displayed wrists bruised by manacles; another told how police burned her face...…

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…8 - The Michigan Daily - Friday. October 29, 1999 'Music of the Heart' repeats old story of fight for children By Christopher Tkaczyk I}).uly Arts, Wr iter Wes Craven makes scary movies - The "Nightmare on Elm Street," the "Scream" trilogy, and now "Music of the Heart." Unfortunately for Craven and his band of picture-making ghouls, "Music of the Heart" is the first non-horror film to cause violent quakes in its viewers. And all in time for ...…

October 29, 1999 (vol. 110, iss. 23) • Page Image 9

… Scoreboard,. 1* HL Nauhvilie at Tampa Bay 7, San Jose inc. BOSTON ? Phoenix at Calgary 4. Vancouver Inc. OTTAWA 3 PHILADELPHIA 5. NBA PRESEASON Colorado 4 Washington 102, Pittsburgh at BOSTON 101 Los Angeles, inc. Denver 92, TORONTO d7 Nev. ..sc 1._ NEW YO~i,103 Detot 212, ORLANDO 100 PHOENIX at Portland Inc. Utah at Los Angeles. inc. ZeeiEAdnhgzm 3tlg Tracking 'M' Teams Did you get rejected by an Ivy League school? Still bitter? Watch Mic...…

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…10 -The Michigan Daily - Friday, October 29, 1999_ _ The Matchups For second straight week, 'M' should cruise By Andy Latack Daily Sports Edator Don't let Indiana's 3-2 record in the Big Ten fool you. With conference wins over Illinois (imagine that), Northwestern and Iowa, the Hoosiers have beaten the doormats of the Big Ten with relative ease. Conversely, Indiana has had little luck with the conference's heavyweights, losing to Penn State ...…

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…Friday, October 29, 1999 - The Michigan Daily - 11 0This must NEW YORK (AP) - By the end, even the Atlanta Braves were applauding the New York Yankees. Chipper Jones chuckled as he watched closer Mariano Rivera break three of Ryan Klesko's bats in the last inning of the World Series *weep. Manager Bobby Cox found coun- terpart Joe Torre and congratulated him in a stadium tunnel, And John Smoltz personally com- plimented batting coach Chris C...…

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…12 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, October 29, 1999 FRIDAYFocus PAUL 0 7K7~~~~~~ - -- CElSI]CI iA I~F OU YI T_ SL OT H ...... . . . . . . : ( x.' I' is I (15 7 '. I There's more to this musical movement than just album sales. A heated debate is taking place within the electronic music community - between those who devote themselves passionately to trance as if it were a religion and those who despise its expo- nential rates of populari...…

October 29, 1998 (vol. 109, iss. 23) • Page Image 1

…'ElWan 74EI Avwmoqw News: 76-DAILY Display Ads: 764-0554 Classified Ads: 7640557 One hundred eight years ofeditorlafreedom Thursday October 29, 1998 t,.?g" 9'IfPi ,: .... , r ...r. .. 4, .,; 1 ; ;er.u ,. , a ..'7Af14a 'JfIM!Irtl'} a 2'G;y*"" 1l "1'." :. o p Gandhis grandson to speak at 'U' By Anma Ra..q For the Daily For 18 tumultuous months during India's struggle for independence, Arun Gandhi was at his grandfather's side at the center...…

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…2A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, October 29, 1998 GLENN Continued from Page 1A sion is now estimated to be I in 233, still far more likely than the chance of a person being struck by lightning (about one in a million). But the space agency has launched 66 shuttles safely since the Challenger and NASA officials say there has been no slackening in the "emphasis on safety. Shuttle crews do not dwell on the dan- gers, said James Wetherbee, dir...…

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… LOCAL/STATE The Michigan Daily - Thursday, October 29, 1998 - 3A *RESEARCH Unemployment linked to welfare A new University study found that an overwhelming majority of single mothers receiving welfare face hurdles getting employment. 1 The 14 factors considered employ- ment barriers included no high school education, little work experience, few job skills, little knowledge of workplace norms, perceived discrimination, lack of transportation...…

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…4A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, October 29, 1998 Ulie idtcilgu &td 4 420 Maynard Street Ann Arbor, Ml 48109 L E MAYK $$ f Editor in Chief Edited and managed by IJL students at the JACK SCHILLACI University of Michigan 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 Mic...…

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…NATION/WORLD The Michigan Daily - Thursday, October 29, 1998 - 5A Democrats lash out against GOP for attack ads Plan of attack x WASHINGTON (AP) - Democrats lashed out yesterday against a $10 mil- lion Republican ad campaign that makes an issue out of the Monica Lewinsky scandal even as party leaders struggled to raise money for a counterpunch. Undeterred and flush with cash, Republicans planned to add another TV spot to their arsenal, t...…

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…6A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, October 29, 1998 *************PARKING!************* On campus parking! Special rates! 665-8825. CABLE DESCRAMBLER KIT. $14.95. View all premium & pay-per-view channels. 1-800-752-1389. COMPLETE BEDROOM set including 6 piece sectional. $750. Call 994-9254. FREE SATELLITE TELEVISION . 18 inch 100% digital dish. No credit check. First time subscribers only. 1-800-325-7836. Open daily. MACEXCHANGE, Your Macinto...…

October 29, 1998 (vol. 109, iss. 23) • Page Image 7

…Small businesses feel threat f chain stores in Ann Arbor BUSINESS aontInued from Page :A "A local business owner said he wor- ied about 'someone three states away n a board room making a decision tbout our downtown,"' Kolb said. One of the benefits of having inde- * ent businesses in the downtown, shaman Drum Bookshop Manager Jeff ordan said, is their ability to provide ;pecial services or products to the con- ;umer bigger stores cannot. Jord...…

October 29, 1998 (vol. 109, iss. 23) • Page Image 8

…|riters Raise Moneyo n e yat~ omorrow in Daily Arts: Writer's Harvest fundraiser gives money to charity. A national U Sorry kids, but R.E.M. has left the Daily Arts for at least event, S.O.S' Writer's Harvest presents readings today across the one day. But tomorrow check out an interview with the writer United States. In Ann Arbor, three University professors will pre- and director of "The Big Chill," Lawrence Kasdan. sent their work. Charles ...…

October 29, 1998 (vol. 109, iss. 23) • Page Image 9

…The Michigan Daily - Thursday, October 29, 1998 - 9A A weekly guide to who's 0 where, what s happening and why you need to be there ... Films opening John Carpenter's Vampires At Briarwood: 1:50, 4:40, 7;20, 9:50 At Showcase: 12:10, 2:40, 5, 7:20, 9:50, 12:10 The List Thursday, Oct. 29 through Wednesday, Nov. 4 Thomas Ilan Griffith plays Valek, a 600-year-old vam- 'Sire, in "John Carpenter's Vampires." Films holding Antz ***I Woody Allen a...…

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…IOA - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, October 29, 1998 SIMMERING IN SYNDICATION By Daily Arts TV/New Media Staff When most people hear the phrase, "syndicated television,' they think of re-runs bringing the classic, or at least the popular, hits of the past. From "Happy Days" to "Friends," these are the programs you can come home to and find playing on the television after a hard day at work or classes and relive some of those good TV moments...…

October 29, 1998 (vol. 109, iss. 23) • Page Image 11

… 1f.HOCKEY Chicago a Pittsburgh at Carolina, inc. Calgary, inc. Boston at Washington at Montreal, inc. Edmonton, inc. Detroit at Tampa Bay at Forida, inc. Anaheim, inc. Los Angeles at Phoenix at New Jersey, inc. Sat Jose, inc. UMjziktunI=ailg lTracking 'M' club teams Remember, The Michigan Daily sports department is anx- ious to print the results, schedules or news about your club team in every Thursday's paper, as well as in SportsMonday. J...…

October 29, 1998 (vol. 109, iss. 23) • Page Image 12

…12 - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, October 29, 1998 n in LU HLETES IMONTH S he looks like your average student while running around campus or at the CCRB, but Wendy Latimer is the most outstanding type of athlete there is: one who competes for the love of her sport. The LS&A senior History major has competed in two marathons, triathlons and numerous road races. Her first marathon was the 1996 Lake County Marathon, in which she ran a 3:3...…

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…A The Michigan Daily - Thursday, October 29, 1998 =13A Meeting with BYU crucial for soccer's NCAA hopes The Grind Mark Snyder By Josh BorIdn Daily Sports Writer The last weekend of the regular season for the Wchigan soccer team will prove to be one of the most important. After losing to No. 5 Notre Dame last week, 'Michigan will face another tough task when 20th- ranked Brigham Young arrives in Ann Arbor on Friday. "We gained a lot of conf...…

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…14A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, October 29, 1998 Titans not likely to slip up this week- By Michael Kern nonconference opponents such as For the Daily UNLV and Fresno State, and a con- This weekend marks the final ference schedule that conspicuously week before the Big Ten heads into omits Ohio State, have managed to the final month of the season. Not keep the Badgers undefeated for yet surprisingly, Ohio State, Wisconsin another week. ...…

October 29, 1998 (vol. 109, iss. 23) • Page Image 16

… 2B - The Michigan Daily -Election '98 -Thursday, October , 1998 9 9 9 0 S S The Michigan Daily - Ele Votes counted quickly using modem technology Sheldon, Kolb vie for By H heaCer Wgo For the ly Have you ever wondered what happens to your vote after the elections are over? Who sees it? Who tallies all of the votes? In Ann Arbor, votes are added at the end of the election day by an optical scan system, Ann Arbor Deputy City Clerk Yvon...…

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…14B - The Michigan Daily - Election '98 - Thursday, October 29, 1998 City Council wards give little power to students 0 The Michigan Daily - El Turbulent campaign season draws By Kenly O'Connor Daily StaffReporter After Nov. 3, the Ann Arbor City Council once again will begin a term that does not include representation from the student population. Ann Arbor's charter calls for the five council wards to be drawn in a pie-slice shape with it...…

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… 4B - The Michigan Daily - Election '98 - Thursday, October 29, 1998 Rivers seeks third term to focus on education, health The Michigan Daily - Elei B rater aims toc rep. seat from ( By Mike Spahn Daily Staff Reporter At 21 years old, Lynn Rivers was at a crossroads. Married with two children, no job and only a high school diploma, Rivers decided it was time to go back to school. "I really believed that if I was going to do anything that I...…

October 29, 1998 (vol. 109, iss. 23) • Page Image 19

…2- e Michigan Diy - Elec n '98 - Thursday, October0, 1998 Where do Ivote? 1 Students living on and around campus who are registered in Ann Arbor most likely can vote at one of the following locations: I Alice Lloyd Residence Hall 1 Bursley Residence Hall I East Quadrangle Residence Hall Michigan Union I I Polls are open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. For more information, call the Washtenaw County Election Division at 994-2503.1 L- .......................…

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… TJ- rf"n'~h _ Tnyt~& . Thtrcinl-tnhpr ' S R t0 i a ,r a * The MichisS Dailv - Election '98 - Tt~dav. October 29. 1998 411B I w 6B T-he N t gan a- tieasy n .LII -- iu uyVL rZ, zW - Personal motivation draws regental candidates to job By Retie Pion Their motivatons stem from what they business expenses. iySf er Do you want to spend the next eight years having the final say in many of the University's major policy decisions for no pay an...…

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…X110- TA Michigan tDaily -Etec } 98 - Thursday, October,2,Y 1998 9 SHE SAID, HE SAID 7 . .Editors Note: These viewpoints from the leaders of the campus's two major political party groups are intended to inform voters of their parties'candidates and platforms. ' ~From campus College Republicans President Adam Silver " The Cndde igaDaily Fe Candidates differ o) Engler_ economic record has earned him another term In the age of elections be...…

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… 9 The Michigan Daily - Electi 8B - The Michigan Daily - Election '98 - Thursday, October 29, 1998 V f ° 'I feel that we've done a lot' 5 y? 'f y .x s a C 'Agovern of, by an the peop The race to become Michigan'e governor By Mike Spahn Daily Staff Reporter John Engler wants to keep his job. But when you're governor of Michigan, it's not quite so simple. For eight years, the state has grown and prospered, according to some people, u...…

October 29, 1997 (vol. 108, iss. 23) • Page Image 1

…News: 76-DAILY Advertising: 764-0554 C I igw ti One hundred seven years ofeditorialfreedom Wednesday October 29, 1997 ..c,, - - Big Ho By Janet Adamy Daily Staff Reporter After receiving a wave of negative feedback from first-year students who got split-season foot- b tickets, Michigan Athletic Director Tom Goss is ng action to correct the problem. The Board in Control of Intercollegiate Athletics approved Goss' proposal yesterday to ad...…

October 29, 1997 (vol. 108, iss. 24) • Page Image 1

…Ev 'Ela 74Vrn9- News: 76-DAILY Advertising: 76440554 One hundred seven years ofeditorialfreedom Thursday October 30, 1997 First-year enrollment hits new high By Janet Adamy aily Staff Reporter With the largest first-year class ever, University enrollment reached record levels this year, according to an official student count r sed Tuesday. The class of 2001 has 5,534 students - 207 more than the fall 1996 entering class. Associate Provos...…

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…2- The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, October 29, 1997 NATION/WORLD Dow rebounds on da ofd bargins The Washington Post Stock prices on Wall Street came roar- ing back yesterday, in a dramatic day of trading marked by wild swings in prices, record-shattering volume and a rush by investors to buy stocks at bargain prices. Yesterday's 337-point gain by the Dow Jones industrial average was the .jrgest in history, wiping out nearly two-thirds of Mon...…

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…2A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, October 30, 1997 Clinton, Jiang fail to bndge chasm on human rights NATION/WORLD AROUND THE NATION Fed chair says Dow drop may be good NEW YORK - With relative calm returning to Wall Street, .ocks edged higher yesterday on soothing words from Federal Reserve Cl; tirman Alan Greenspan that this week's market tumult might be good for the U.S. econo- The Dow Jones industrial average rose a meager 8.35 points ...…

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…LOCAL/STATE The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, October 29, 1997 - 3 MSU student, alleged attacker critically hurt A Michigan State student remains in critical condition after she was stabbed *ultiple times Monday morning dur- ing a possible domestic dispute at her family housing apartment. The alleged attacker is also in critical condition after stabbing himself in the throat, The State News reported. The 23-year-old woman, whose name is being ...…

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…LOCAL/STATE The Michigan Daily - Thursday, October 30,.1997 -3A Anthropologists discuss racial atters in book their new book "Race and Human Evolution," University anthropology Profs. Milford Wolpoff and Rachel Caspari discuss the preoccupation with race classification. Wolproff and Caspari will give a lec- ture about their book and its findings Monday. The audience also will be able -to ask questions about some of the authors' controversial...…

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…4 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, October 29, 1997 Ul Eijtehimgu &dlg 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 Unless otherwise noted, unsigned editorials reflect the opinion of the majority of the Daily ' editorial board. All other articles, letters and cartoons do not necessarily reflect the opinion of The Michigan Dai...…

October 29, 1997 (vol. 108, iss. 24) • Page Image 4

…4A - The Michigan Daily -- Thursday, October 30, 1997 ~iw Lirbiga 420 Maynard Street Ann Arbor, MI 48109 Edited and managed by students at the University of Michigan F 1- y fY ? ,._ : Unless otherwise noted, unsigned editorials reflect the Opinion /the maji oilier articles, letters and cartoons do not necessariy reflect h, /pini n f FROM THE DAILY 'U' should divest its tobacc OTABLE QUOTABLE 'Generally people either see China as a land o...…

October 29, 1997 (vol. 108, iss. 23) • Page Image 5

… Il £dJ9mnUt P~iEP.t ieOpen' Don't miss author Kevin Canty reading from his new novel, "Into the Great Wide Open." The talented scribe of the short-story collection, "A Stranger in this World," Canty brings his insightful voice to cam- pus as he shares his latest literary triumph with you. The action begins at 8 p.m. at Shaman Drum Bookshop, 313 S. State St. Wednesday October 29, 1997 5 Jazz concert celebrates Monk's music, memory ii K...…

October 29, 1997 (vol. 108, iss. 24) • Page Image 5

…I LOCAL/STATE The Michigan Daily -Thursday. October 30,1997 - 5A &tudent runs for leukemia harity Engineering junior plans to run marathon in Disney World By Kristin Wright aily Staff Reporter Running 26 miles through Walt Disney World isn't your usual trip to the theme park. But in efforts to raise funds for the Leukemia Society of America, one University student will go the dis- tance. "I know that if they can fight leukemia, I can run a...…

October 29, 1997 (vol. 108, iss. 23) • Page Image 6

…6 - The Michigan Daily -Wednesday, October 29, 1997 ups - l E7 3 for sale, " a****PARKING!********** Fall '97 parking available. On campus parking! Special rates! 665-8825. CABLE DESCRAMBLER KIT $14.95 view all ium & pay-per-view channels. 1-800-752-19. ype. GOVERNMENT FORECLOSED homes from pennies on $1. Delinquent tax, repos, REO's. Your area. Toll free 800/218-9000 ext. H-1864 for current listings. MOVING! Couch, chairs, tables, bookcas...…

October 29, 1997 (vol. 108, iss. 24) • Page Image 6

…6A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, October 30, 1997 6 AND 9 BEDROOM house available on Church at Hill. Fully fum., complete kitchen, full size wshr./dryer, and parking. May to May lease. $2760 - $40501 mo. + utilities. Call Evalyn during business hours at 994- 0644. **********PARKING!********** Fall '97 parking available. On campus parking! Special rates! 665-8825. CABLE DESCRAMBLER KIT $14.95 view all premium & pay-per-view channels. 1-800...…

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… Nf IATION/WORLD The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, October 29, 1997 - 7# Drought speeds worst Amazon burning ever -MANAUS, Brazil (AP) - This year' burning season in the Amazon rain. forest is so bad even a lake is on 1vo factors - the worst drought in 25 years and government policy that encourages farmers to burn their land - are speeding destruction of the world's largest wilderness, not to iention choking inhabitants of the Amazon's larg...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Thursday, October 30, 1997 - 7A *" S JROLIM ENT ,tinued from Page IA Prcent - in fall 1997. ° Enrollment of Asian students rose from 3,642 to 3,790, or 11.6 percent of the student body. "You can speculate in a number of ways what that data peans,' Monts said. The increase in first-year students has made things a little tighter for the class of 2001. University Housing prepared for larger incoming classes 6y adding 400 new...…

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…8 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, October 29, 1997 Fox gives prime time a new 'Spin By Julia Shih Daily Arts Writer In the past few years with success in films like "Mars Attacks" and "The Frighteners," Michael J. Fox has proven that he is a multitalented young actor. Yet it is in the realm of television that Fox's charm truly thrives. Fox is remembered most fondly for his stint on "Family Ties" play- R ing conservative, business-mind- ed ...…

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…1 PRO Dallas 4, HOCKEY WASHINGTON 3 DETROIT , CHICAGO 3, San Jose 3 Vancouver 0 NY. Islanders 5. Phoenix at MONTREAL 2 EDMONTON, inc. St. Louis 3, PHILADELPHIA 2 Ottawa 5, TAMPA BAY 2 PRO BASKETBALL NEW Y ORf 93. Dalias 74 Ne; ter - k127, TORONTO 104 UTAH 98. Phoenix 89 Thursday October 33, 1997 M' spikers trounce 'Cats,- bounce back from slump Blue uses strong attack to stop small Northwestern squad By Josh Kleinbaum Daily Sports Wri...…

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