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November 29, 1999 (vol. 110, iss. 42) • Page Image 1

…it fi A/w athar oday: Mostly cloudy. High 38. Low 27. DOorrow: Partly cloudy. High 35. One hundred nine years of editoral lreedom Monday November 29 1999 Signs may aid bus riders Jeannie Baumann aily Staff Reporter Students, faculty and staff commuting orth Campus to Central Campus ma onger have to sit out in the cold, unaw en the next bus will take them to ed destinations. With a new system, h ation about wait times would be at thei er...…

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…2A - The Michigan Daily - Monday, November 29, 1999 NATION/WORLD Y WOODSHOP Continued from Page 1A Ramsburgh said. Ann Arbor resident and staff mem- ber Dan Higby said he enjoys the mix of students, faculty members, alumni and others who work at the shop. Building only with hand tools, Higby said he is both a teacher and a learner. "It's kind of a process of discov- esy. I find the tools and wood are my best teachers," Higby said. While the...…

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… LOCAL/STATE The Michigan Daily - Monday, November 29, 1999 3 CAMPUS U' alum donates $5M to service learning center The University Center for ommunity Service and Learning was renamed in honor of Edward Ginsberg, a Cleveland resident and University alum, after his family donated $5 mil- lion to the center. The gift honors Ginsberg's service to community dur- ing his lifetime. University President Lee Bollinger said at the Board of Regents me...…

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…4A - The Michigan Daily - Monday, November 29, 1999 abz 33{bj{wn g{{gg Rule No. i for success: Never say what you really mean . 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 b...…

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… The Michigan Theater screens "The Commitments" at 7 p.m. This 1991 Alan Parker romp features a fun, lively rocking sound- track and an exciting look at the forming of an Irish rock band in Dublin. ARTS§a ~~ Check out Breaking Records for a review of the new Richie Hawtin album. Monday November 29, 1999 grads perform ockttes By Undswy Alpert Daily Arts Writer As winter quickly approaches, the hol- iday season comes as well. Local malls ar...…

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…GA- The Michigan Daily - Monday, November 29, 1999 I U U I & 2 BDRM. FURN. apts. avail. at 402 Hill St Sept-Sept. Central Campus location. A/C, ldry.. free prkg. Call 332-5293. 12 BDRM. HSE. ON High St. also avail.as two 6 hdrm. apts. 4 bathrooms, 2 kitch., 2 living krs.. patio deck, 3rd fir. studio, off- street prkg.. free ldry. Sept.-Sept. leases. $4250 + util. Call 734-615.2597 or ameedr (2 umich edu AVAILABLE IMMEDIA TELY I £xceptonal 2...…

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…Talibar sanctio The Washington Post KABUL, Afghanistan - In the ch ors of power, Taliban officials around space heaters are as defian about the cause of Osama bin L wealthy Saudi fugitive whose allege attacks and continued sanctu Afghanistan have led to new U.N. sanctions against the impoverished n "The United States wants u Osama bin Laden's hands and sen them as a gift," said Wakil Muttawakil, the new foreign mi the Taliban regime. "We are r...…

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…8A - The Michigan Daily - Monday, November 29, 1999 Blood, sushi fly inwild C op Dynamite Cop Dreamcast Sega Somewhere in the alchemical world of video game creation, someone mixed the beat-the-crap-out-of-the-other-guy ethos with the moving-along-a-lineal-course- and-killing-your-opponents heart of gun games and threw in a dash of running around a room with your enemies aspect of survival horror. The outcome is "Dynamite Cop," its direct pre...…

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…iwh £ihigun aIg R S "} - Gold standard high enough motivation for 'M' hockey By Geoff Gagnon Daily Sports Writer On Friday afternoon, as the com- modity exchange closed in New York, gold was worth a little less than $300 an ounce. On Saturday night, as a bruised Michigan hockey team out willed Wisconsin to snap a devastating three-game skid, gold seemed to be worth something more. After a painful 6-1 drubbing that came at the hands of Minne...…

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…2B - The Michigan Daily - SportsMonday - November 29, 1999 CLUB SPORTS CORNER; EDITED 6YDAVID DEN HERDER COLLEGE FOOTBALL M' skateboard club digs in AP POLL Associated Press Top 25, Nov. 28 (first-place votes in parentheses) Members battle local police; The Michigan skateboard club has recently been established, and club founder and president, Engineering junior Aaron Tartof, is ready to board. "We're trying to get members togeth- er rig...…

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…SportsMonday - November 29, 1999 - The Michigan Daily - 3B * That's Men's cross country .never missed a beat a wrap T.J. BERKA I |Teeing Off Pnde, desire make prep football worth watchig By Ryan C. Moloney Daily Sports Writer They say there are two sides to every story. For the 1999 Michigan men's cross country team, there is a correct side and a better side. Statistically, the Wolverines were down this year - second place at Big Tens ...…

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…4B - The Michigan Daily - SportsMonday - November 29, 1999 Puck talk I, "When we saw the (gold) jerseys come out it gave us a Ntle bit more jump off the bat-i - Defenseman Jay Vancik about wear- ing the seldom-used gold jerseys. ,5!7Minnesota 6 jji Michigan 1 Michigan Wisconsin 4 Key Play Saturday, 7:26 into the third period. Michigans Mark Mink tallies the go- ahead goal taking a pass from Scott Aiatzka on a break-awav to score. The goal...…

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…The Michigan Daily - SportsMonday - November 29, 1999 - 5 Quote of the weekend "It was a solid win. - Michigan coach Brian Ellerbe, who has yet to find a win in this young season that has not been 'solid. Western Michigan 78 Michigan 93 ,layer of the game Guard JamACrawfr Not all the shots he took were ideal, but there was no doubt who was in charge of the Michigan offense on Saturday. Th freshman finished with 21 points and six assists in ...…

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…6B - The Michigan Daily - SportsMonday, November 29, 1999 m STflEE PeI'C pers remain resilient until en All picks made against the spread. Home teams in CAPS. Correct picks in bold. T. Berka ebraska (15) v .COLORADO Colorado Texas (-2.5) vs. TEXAS A&M Texas VIRGINIA TECH (-24) vs. Boston Colege Boston College Georgia Tech (-5.5) vs. GEORGIA Georgia STANFORD (-6) vs. Notre Dame Stanford SOUTHERN CAL (-1) vs. Louisiana Tech La. Tech Arizona ...…

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…SportsMonday - November 29, 1999 - The Michigan Daily - 7B Euevara looks for positives in poor offensive showing y Raphael Goodstein aily Sports Writer Ten minutes into the Michigan women's basket- all game with Holy Cross, Michigan had made hree shots, missed countless routine jumpers and Iad-six points. "Is there anybody who can hit a shot?" higan women's basketball coach Sue Guevara ondered.' But it was like, 'I can't panic. It's 6-2" In ...…

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…88 - The Michigan Daily - The Michigan Daily - Monday, November 29, 1999 Em eniors did you miss your chance for Due to popular demand, the Michiganensian has extended Senior Por- traits for one more week. Stop by the Michigan Union Tappan room ;;; . 0 01 between 11 am-6pm to get your portrait taken or call 1(800)588-7681 to schedule your portrait time. Save $2.00 off the $12.00 sitting fee with this ad. Don't miss your chance t...…

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...…

October 29, 1999 (vol. 110, iss. 23) • Page Image 3

… 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...…

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

…ICf trirn "U SA.. 4%616 0%- earner~ roday: Showers, High 70. Low 61. romorrow: Partly cloudy. High 61. One hundred nine years of editorilfreedom Wednesday September 29, 1999 A p .- ; ,a x ; hAPPY BIRTHDAY! Affirmative action takes a hit Today marks the 109th anniversary of the first edition of The Michigan Daily. Free from ~ersight by administrators and run Whtirely by studnts, the Daily has existed as a student voice on campus for ...…

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…2-The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 29, 1999 N ATION/W ORLD Bradley proposes health care plan LOS ANGELES (AP) - Presidential candidate Bill Bradley unveiled a $65 bil- lion plan yesterday to dramatically expand the federal health care system, and accused Al Gore of shying away from the challenge to insure all Americans. "This is not the time to be timid," he said. Bradley, who called health care cover- age an unalienable right - as ...…

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… LOCAL/STATE The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 29, 1999 -- 3 HIGHER EDUCATION L Two unions authorize strike effectin MSU Members from unions represent- ing more than 1,000 workers at Michigan State University have authorized a strike that could disrupt campus life. Local 1585 representing groundskeepers, maintenance workers and food service workers numbering 940 members, and Local 999 repre- senting plumbers, carpenters and elec- * c...…

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…4 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 29, 1999 U k e trb4llgttn 3 ttil Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan Gag me with a spoon . 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 ofthe majority ofthe Daily editorial board. ...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 29, 1999 - 5 FORTUNE TI WORK MI Imagine looking forward to the week as much as you look forward to the weekend. Imagine spending each minute with unlimited opportunity and continuous options. At Ernst & Young we provide access to the most sophisticated and effective tools in the industry. See you Monday. www.ey.com I I …

September 29, 1999 (vol. 110, iss. 1) • Page Image 6

…S* AVAIL. NOW-Parking at 825 E. University, near East Quad. $100/mo. 665-2723. ***QUIET 2 BDRM. APT. 939 Dewey St. Prkg., heat. $750. 761-9477h, 622-7666w. 1 BDRM. in 2 bdrm townhouse. Near AATA. $500/utils. Prkg. furn. Idry. A/C. 677-4383. 1 BDRM. in 2 bdrm. hse., pkrg., semi-furn., ldry. $425/mo. 806 Pearl. 214-1454. 1 ROOM AVAIL. in 5 bdrm house. 608 N. Main. $375-425 all utils. incl.995-1832. 2 BDRMS. FURNISHED/UNFURN. avail. NOW for 12 ...…

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… NATION/WORLD The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 29, 1999 - 7 hina begins 50th anniversary observance SH GHAI, China -China has begun a week approved by the Central Committee of the f festivities marking 50 years of Communist rule Communist party. An example: "Rely on the y hosting some of the world's wealthiest capital- working class wholeheartedly." is in the skyscrapers of a new Shanghai business The parade, with dozens of floats ...…

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…Hoch Hip-Hops at DrumAdS auit Tomorrow in Daily Arts: 0 Danny Hoch comes to Shaman Drum. The spoken word artist U Weekend, etc. examines the controversies surrounding performs selections from his collection, "Jails, Hospitals and marijuana use. Hip-Hop. 8 p.m. Wednesday September 29, 1999 Anderson reinvents Melville novel Patricia Barber comes to the Bird of Paradise tomorrow and Saturday, Pyt Poeticc Ba~prber perfer. By Jeff Druchniak Weeke...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 29, 1999 - 9 ° . r ..' : Bewitching 'Charmed' casts delectable spells By Aaron Rich Francisco is that you get the best of all Daily Arcs Writer worlds. Not only are these people beau- There remain a few simple pleasures tiful, rich and intelligent (well, sort of), on Earth. Singing "Billie Jean" falsetto but they also have the highly-sought- ~kc hi rhl n thf licta dnA xn-h- nft n r toc nall ert f a- ...…

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…1& - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 29, 1999 'Three Kings' explode on George Bush, Los Angeles Times In January 1991, ttcr raqi President Saddam Hussein ordered his troops to invade Kuwit. a coali- tion of U.S.-led forces launched an intensive air, ground and s a attack to expel Iraq and restore Kuwai i independence. With the largest overs ,as U . combat-troop deployment since the Vietnam War, the Persian Gulf War severely cripp...…

September 29, 1999 (vol. 110, iss. 1) • Page Image 11

… Joreboard- ERICAN TEXAS 10, LEAGUE Seattle o New York 9. Oakland at BALTIMORE 5 ANAHEIM, Inc. Toronto 8., TAMPA BAY 2 NATIONAL Cleveland 2. LEAGUE KANSAS CITY 1 Florida 5, Detroit 7. MONTREAL 3 MINNESOTA 4 Chicago 8. PHILADELPHIA 2 Atlanta 9. NEW YORK 3 Cincinnati 4, HOUSTON 1 Pittsburgh at MILWAUKEE, ppd. San Diego at ST. LOUIS. ppd. ftme iduimi kil Tracking 'M' clubs The Michigan men's volleyball club will hold open try- OUts Monday, Oct...…

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…Wednesday, September 29, 1999 - The Michigan Daily - 13 Vols investigate fraud allegations ESPN: Internal memos show officials knew of tutors' academic forgery KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Tennessee officials are currently investigating whether tutors did schoolwork for football players, as N reported on Sunday. 'Tennessee President J. Wade Gilley, who started his job last month, said Monday that the school is following "normal procedure and has...…

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…14 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 29, 1999 LATACK Continued from Page 11 Sugar Bowls dancing in its head right now. But in order to get to the national championship game on January 4, the Boilers have quite a task ahead of them. In the next four weeks, Purdue plays at No.4 Michigan and No. 12 Ohio State, and hosts No. 14 Michigan State and No. 2 Penn State. The chances that Purdue will win two of those games are slim. And even if...…

March 29, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 105) • Page Image 1

…Weather Today: Sunny. High 64. Low 41 One hundred egrht os editoriareedom Tomorrow: Sunny. High h 63. - n hnre ygtears o dtrileo Monday March 29, 1999 ------- 4p-',q hi oo H ~Stockweli was first to break *ex barrer By Yael Kohen Daily Staff Reporter To many students Madelon Stockwell is just the name of University residence hall on the Hill. But to the nearly all male student pop- ulation who attended the University more than 100 years ago ...…

March 29, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 105) • Page Image 2

…2A - The Michigan Daily - Monday, March 29, 1999 NATION/WORLD NATO expands targeting in Yugoslavia during 5th day ARMADA Continued from Page IA Cohen, speaking on TV talk shows yesterday, said the loss of the F-117A - one of the most sophisticated and secre- tive aircraft in the U.S. arsenal - would not affect NATO's air campaign against the Serbian government as the attacks widen to target Serb forces in Kosovo. "We are going to move into...…

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… LOCAL/STATE The Michigan Daily - Monday, March 29, 1999 - 3A *CAMPUS Speaker to highlight life of Anne Frank Giving a more complex portrait of the life of Anne Frank, Melissa Muller, author of "Anne Frank: The Biography" is set to speak tonight in Rackham Auditorium at 7:30 p.m. Muller's novel not only traces the life of Anne Frank from her childhood to her death, but also reveals the identity of the person who betrayed the fami- lies, like...…

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…4A - The Michigan Daily - Monday, March 29, 1999 47he stichtom ])at7ig Ignorance, naivete and plain old stupidity the 'U' ,I 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 boa...…

March 29, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 105) • Page Image 5

…re roses Lorna Goodison reads as part of the Visiting Writers Goodison will be reading from "To Us, All Flowers Are R book of poetry. Rackham Ampitheater, 5 p.m. TD' doesn't want to be 'Truman' By anLark Daily Arts Writer Yes, "EDty" bears a resemblance to "The Truman Show." As the comparisons are inevitable, it's best for critics to get them out of the way quickly. And audiences would be well-served doing the same. "EDty" is not "The Truman S...…

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…6A - The Michigan Daily - Monday, March 29, 1999 ' . 1 BEDROOM FOR FALL 99. Large enough for 2 people. 515 Lawrence. Near- Nursing School. Call 761-8000. 1 MALE SEEKING 1 or 2 rmmtes for apt., Packard and Madison. 2 bdrm., a/c, Idry., prkg., $550 for I rmmte or $350 for two - rmmtes. Begins 8/31/99. Joe at 663-3021. LOST RING Mar. 11. UMCampus area. Gold band/ 3 stones. Reward. 313-792-6434. *************PARKING!************* On-campus par...…

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…1 L C AL/S TATEThe Michigan Daily - Monday, March 29, 1999 -7A Michigan State students riot ter basketball loss EAST LANSING (AP) - The broken glass was swept up, the broken windows were boarded and the brnt cars were all gone yesterday as Michigan State University students and East Lansing residents ven- tered out into the warm spring sunshine after a night ked by violence. ut the anger and disappointment felt by many over the rampage that l...…

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…8A -The Michigan Daily - Monday, March 29, 1999 Holocaust documentary to screen Honey' sweetened at H il perfonnance By Matthew Banett Daily Arts Writer Fresh off its Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature, "The Last Days" appears tonight at the Michigan Theater. The film tells the stories of five Jewish people from Hungary and their experiences in concentration camps through a series of inter- views. The conversations are The Last hear...…

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