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September 03, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 120) • Page Image 5

… LOCAL/S Medical Center announces plans to downsize OWN The Michigan Daily - Tuesday. September 3, 1996 - 5A State residents mark summer s end with parade ; sc; 7 t S x. { t 5 {l } + :} {: S } _ £ ' }, j . Py Jennifer Harvey and Katie Wang Daily Staff Reporters Later this month, the University Board of Regents will hear a recom- mendation for restructuring the University Medical Center and Medical School, interim President Homer Neal ...…

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…6A - The Michigan Daily - September 3, 1996 Engler, Duderstadt open technological gateway r By Jennifer Harvey and Katie Wang )ily Staff Repoiers Governor John Engler was greeted by then- President James Duderstadt as he arrived at the dedication of the Media Union on North Carm pus on June 21. At the ceremony, the University officially dedicated its newest building, the Media Union. Engler joined outgoing University President James Duderstad...…

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…S . _ .__ The Michigan Daily - September 3, 1996 - 7A Latest state allocations bittersweet for higher education By Jennifer Harvey BJennifer Harvey Daily Staff Reporter On June 20, Gov. John Engler signed a $1.5-bil- lion budget for higher education and financial aid for the state's 15 public colleges and universities, allocating $302 million to the University for next year, an increase of 4.6 percent. The budget marks a 5.5-percent incre...…

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…1 8A - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, September 3, 1996 Campaign M r Adventures in politics: Democrats mzChicago Last week I went to a really big party. Attending the Democratic National Coivention as a reporter in Chicago was an eye-opening experience. I got to see the heart of the nation's democratic pmrcesses: political speeches, world leaders, flags, ban- nrs, buttons and hqopla. ,But, amid the gala celebrations ad the political hdbbub...…

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… Campaign 9 6 The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, September 3, 1996 - 9A Clinton, Dole trade tax issue rhetoric in Midwest U Candidates try to win voters with promises of lower taxes, 'bridge' to the 21st century L1s Angeles Tunes DE PERE, Wisc. - With dueling bridge metaphors and arguments over taxes, President Clinton, Bob Dole and their running mates traversed the Midwest yesterday as they opened the final phase of a presidential campaign tha...…

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…1OA - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, September 3, 1996 eye ItLe 0I "0:104 @ l~h liL Mass Meetings Wednesday Sept. 11 at 7 p.m. Tuesday Sept. 17 at 7 p.m. Thursday Sept. 19 at 7 p.m. SIli Top:. kli tZ 4ti r11 . jfli r~Ifnrr~n S - ' COPY ENTER * Lecture Notes Course Packets Resume Services Get the most out of class with lecture notes from Grade A Notes. At Grade A Notes we use experienced seniors and graduate students as notetak...…

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… Ltz.i (STATE The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, September 3, 1996 - 11A Presidential search committee seeks out academi By Jenifer Harvey Daily Staff Reporter At least two national leaders in academic medicine are being considered by the University for the presidential post that James Duderstadt left on June 30. Two medical doctors, E. James Potchen and . David Low, have been approached by the niversity regarding the presidency, The Michigan Da...…

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…12A - The Michigan Daily - September 3, 1996 of the c OTe G STOR (14,000 square feet) on u seletio n (nti o t-shirts, sweatshirts, hats, shortsrandmchemore (Over 100 Designs to Choose From)o a n7rDfysf V/OpeA 7 DUntil Late Ann Arbor resident Keshla Thomas falls to the ground at the Ku Klux Klan rally on June 22 as police officers take away Michael Helms, another anti-KKK protester. KKK rally will have lasting impressions By Katie Wang One...…

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…c e Wtichtivan ttil mbvm - . . . [CHIGAN 2 , ILLINoIS8 Dreisbach runs, Blue slides by Illini, 20-8 By Barry Sollenberger Daily Sports Editor Quarterback Scott Dreisbach is like- ly to win many games for Michigan with his right arm. But Saturday, he went a long way toward beating Illinois with his feet. The sophomore rushed for 77 yards on I I carries in the 12th-ranked Wolverines' 20-8 win over Illinois in front of 105,992. The victory mark...…

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…14A - The Michigan Daily - SPORTSTuesday - Tuesday, September 3, 1996 SCOREBOARD 29 (" '' Major League Baseball Standings American League AL East Team Won New York. 76 Baltimore 72 Boston 70 Toronto 63 Detroit 49 AL Central Cleveland 81 Chicago 74 Minnesota 68 Milwaukee 66 Kansas City63 AL West Texas 77 Seattle 71 Oakland 66 California 63 Toronto Detroit at Chicago Cleveland at Milwaukee New York at Oakland Minnesota at Texas Boston at S...…

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…The Michigan Daily - SPORTSTuesday - Tuesday, September 3, 1996 - 15A I BARRY SOLLENBERGER *ollenberger in Paradise mlbwm AAV mro -_ - an t ;T A di erent look on the Rose Bow 's move to bowl alliance Yes, we are all still going to die. Yes, we are all still going to give the government about a third of what we earn. But the three certainties in life - death, taxes and the Big Ten champion versus the Pac-10 champion in the Rose Bowl -...…

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…...-- u 4n.rb n .u,- . N , , u -- +N NU i NN Nn w v i r' Butle'r disruptsh 'M' soccer's balancin act . Freshmen and veterans out of sync, fall 2-0 ., By Mark Snyder Daily Sports Writer Experience may be important, but as the Michigan women's soccer team found out, practice makes perfect. With four of their top five scorers returning, the Wolverines have the firepower to win games. But the upperclassmen and the team's newest additions are stil...…

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…18A - The Michigan Daily - SPORTSTuesday - Tuesday, September 3, 1996 I G0 A 2 0 Illini encouraged despite loss.a By Ryan White Daily Sports Writer Believe it or not,. Illinois was encouraged by its perfor- mance against Michigan on Saturday. But that doesn't necessarily mean the Fighting llini were happy. "ft's tough," said Illinois nose tackle Paul Marshall after his team's 20-8 season-opening loss to Michigan. "We placed a lot of em...…

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….J The Michigan Daily - SPORTSTuesday- Tuesday, September 3, 1996 - 19A I.-' I L AU ~~fl Batk. shie sh.ne41 I S 8 7 . te 'I, N. to the old days, Woodson Sbot ways for Michigan L Is Cornerback tries By Nicholas J Cdtsonika Daily Sports Edit The Deion Sanders imitation was Charles Wood,*n idea. Sitting with a lunch of recruits and Michigan coac Lloyd Carr at breakfast last spring, Wo' adson, who was named Big Ten Freshi ian of the...…

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…~20A'- The Michigan Daily - SPORTSTuesday -- Tuesday, September 3, 1996%O L G O T A L Hot Spartans stewam Boilerm-- akers, 52-14 The Associated Press It's small solace, but if you're going to have to play mighty Nebraska, it's nice to come off a strong first-game performance like Michigan State is. The Spartans, behind a talented ~freshiman tailback named Sedrick fr~yin, trampled Purdue, 52-14, -Saturday. Now it's on to No. I N~ebraska, whic...…

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… Ulbe £1c11l Dati Poetry slam kicks off new year You really think that you are going to learn something in class today? No chance. So get motivated! Feed your starved intellect by heading over to the Heidelberg Club Above, 215 N. Main, and witnessing the world-famous Ann Arbor Poetry Slam. Tonight's featured act is current 'Slam Champ,' Vievee. The program begins at 8 o'clock. Tuesday September 3, 1996 21A ij The swindle continues Th...…

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…22A The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, September 3, 1996 HAS ' mom E ON... 1 G RECORDS Continued from Page 21A serves as a good substitute for people who may have missed the correspond- ing world tour. Especially because both the live show and live albums have almost identical set lists. "Well, we're not that fucking bad after all, are we?" asks Rotten on the record, trying to counter the band's image of being terrible before they break into a...…

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…The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - September 3, 1996 - 23A TU ' .r..A_ ~/'" 8-Oz Cup Regular Or Lite KCROGER YOGURT... ....5 22-Oz Pkg Assorted KROGER TOASTER TREATS. 6-Oz Can Chunk Light In Oil Or Water STAR*KIST iUNA................................... 14-Oz Bag, Cheese Shoppe, No Salt or Traditional Nacho BuY ONE, GET ONE TORTILLA JIPS . 12 To 14-Oz Box Velveeta Shells & Cheese Or Kraft Deluxe MACARONI & CHEESE.....................…

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…24A - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, September 3, 1996 Stupid Trigger' shoots blan By Jon Petlinski Daly Fim Editor "The Trigger Effect." The title sounds damn tough, doesn't it? After walking into the theater and seeing all those previews, audience members will probably be expecting the action, gore and high drama that the title suggests. Wrong, wrong, wrong. What do we get instead? Nothing more than a heavy dose of stupidity and - of course ...…

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…ablie irbiwgui 1oaid C: lC Cs SECTION B September 3, 1996 4 RIENNE JANNEY Under construction S vu .e ni11 Reconstud oursel bM college If you want to camouflage yourself on this campus, just wrap yourself in some orange mesh and sit on any street corner. You'll fit right in. Wrmer University President James Duderstadt may have thought a face lift would give the University a new soul. Even parts of Wolverine Access, the computerized s...…

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…E- The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - September 3, 1996 Contract starts healing process GEO Continued from Page 1B The new contract guarantees GSIs at least a 2.5- .percent increase each year. However, the pay increase is tied to the LSA faculty increase, deter- mined by the University each year. In other words, the University will give the same percentage wage increase to GSIs that it gives to the faculty. GEO asked for a specified w...…

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…The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - September 3, 1996 - 3 MEGAN SCHIMPF Prescriptions Code governs more than just J~eards vent the I 'never went to summer orientation. 4nstead, I spent the night before I as supposed to leave - and the fol- ing day - with a horrific case of the stomach flu. So when I came to the University in SeMember, I knew nothing about what I was getting into except that I was pretty sure I didn't want to get int...…

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…48- The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - September 3, 1996 Know what to expect? Don't count on college beig that way , JOSH WHITE Fantastic thoughts Some feel an air of trepidation when think- ing of their first day, their first week or even their first year at college. Others, however, sit on the porch swing with their parents or siblings as warm summer breezes usher thoughts of beer, parties, beer, and impending freedom through the...…

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…The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - September 3, 1996 - 5B arly panning can revent dis aster, but also / eeperences NATE HURLEY Better Nate Than Never I have just one bit of advice for all you new students: Start planning your spring break now. I realize you have a lot to do right now - buying books, finding your classes, plotting to kill your roommate from hell (or New York) - but spring break of your senior year is the one achieveme...…

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…68 - The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - September 3, 1996 SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE . 1 Editors Nte: These pages of the Per- spectives section feature short submis- sions from representatives of various student groups. This is a small sampling of the more than S0 student organizations, based on summaries submitted to the Daily. Most student groups will be repre- sented at Festifall, held from II a. m. to 4 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 13 on t...…

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…The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - September 3, 1996 - 7B J)aly staff keeps old tradition By Ronnie Gassberg Daily Editor in Chief Each academic night at around 1 a.m. or even 3 a.m. or later - a group of University students returns to their homes. Just like almost everyone else on atmpus. But these students aren't studying or pai-tying. This group, all students, is producing this - The Michigan Daily. At the Daily, staffers have an o...…

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…8B - The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - September 3, 1996 { WHICH B OOKSTORE HAS THE GROUPS Continued from Page 7B Society of Women Engineers Mass Meeting: Sept. 12, 1800 Chemistry Building The Society of Women Engineers is a non-profit, educational organization whose mission is to stimulate women to achieve full potential as engineers and leaders, to positively expand the image of the engineering profession and to demonstrate the ...…

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…}.:"... ' Ma beS''Ppmlw]ttu ('-A ) I / '. l . 3CHELLE LEE THOMPSON Just Sittin' Here ~an " st S7 I College - the est place to learn it all The University boasts a top-25 rank- ing among American colleges, a beau- tiful campus and an NCAA champion key team. ut that's just what they print in the brochures. Not to undermine the efforts of the hockey team, but there is more to the University that the administration wouldn't dare publish...…

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…2C - The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - September 3, 1996 PLANES, TRAINS AND AUTOMOBILES Before books and exams, students pass moving hurdle By Stephanie Jo Klein Daily Staff Reporter The SATs may be over, but incoming first-year students still have one test to pass before they can set foot on campus. They have to get here. More challenging than any college essay, first-year students around the country are expected to pack all their...…

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…I The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - September 3, 1996 - 3C U Total enrollment: 36,468 * Undergraduates: 23,163 * From 50 states and 104 countries *67 percent are Michigan residents * 94 percent return as sophomores Undergraduate colleges: iolege of Architecture and Urban Planning '- 'hoof of Art 'dool of Business .drministration _r School of Dentistry School of Education College of Engineering Division of Kinesiology College of Liter...…

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…4C -The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - September 3, 1996 Influence of board largely unknown Professors create curiosity Regents have final say on issues from tuition to the next president By Jeff Eldridge Daily Staff Reporter It is powerful. Its actions are frequently the source of controversy. And to thousands of University stu- dents, its members and their responsi- bilities are largely unknown. Despite a place in the state consti...…

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…ralth top concern for VHS By egan Schimpf - Daily N$E Editor At some time during their stay at the 9iversity, most students will be seri- ously ill or injure themselves badly enough to warrant going to the doctor. For most of those students, the home- town doctor is replaced by University Health Service, a health-care facility offering many outpatient services. All currently enrolled students are eli- gible for the services UHS, located at 207...…

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…6C --The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - September 3, 1996 I t zu x 1,4 .t b : T s a e 1 , t .. ,; o ,, ., i ,t s . . .. . , siigAils L nipih~ $9.99 U 2" fl, E~11 iiI W~itU\) lil $4.49 4 HAS Nortimest Dell kRn ,/In-u c lidicat~r 0 U IX'o ailltV w ^aUlfl(19) $11.99 ; . , ._ . 4 0 I Clothing IHangers III1 ijIl )Iki'i. U >it v' hinc $1.99 C'ottoniILaunidry Ba s_ $7,95 " Large Storage ('raites Ul -si A\I 14\ I JC\Nil t Ucc too...…

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…The Michigan Daily -- New Student Edition -- September l 1996-7 ilbleffimb-toun ioadu I M(l V b'NT , ,J / _ , IL i l disc on n n purchasIe} ~iscztCupon 25% off lst month's rental * Jogging paths * Central air * Secluded woodland setting " Private pond * Basketball court * On AATA & near UM bus line * Pool and club house " Tennis courts Mon.-Fri, 9-6, Sat. 10-4, Sun. 12-4 769-1313 II milli'' ANN ARBOR 4801 Washtenaw 1/2 M;ie E. o...…

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…Students expernment with research, lab work Program pairs students, professors By WHI McCahill Daily Staff Reporter Anyone at the University can tell you there's a whole lot of research going on here. You might be surprised to learn, how- ever, that some of it is being done by undergraduates, not just high-powered professors. The Undergraduate Research Oppor- tunities Program allows first- and sec- ond-year students to work alongside Univers...…

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…Distractions aside, students' study habits, hours differ KRISTEN SCHAEFER/Daily LSA senior Kavita Datla studies in the Union. New innovations in undergraduate education are revolutionizing the way students learn and how they study. The University is one of the leaders in the progress. EDUCATION Continued from page 1C ive together in Mary Markley residence hall, will occupy about half the dorm. Former participant Bryan Rubin couldn't be happi...…

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… Dorms each have individual characters By Tim O'Connell Daily News Editor Throughout the summer's numerous orientation sessions, first-year students waxed miserably about their future accommodations at this mammoth uni- versity. Many fretted about their current assignments, and many had no idea where they would be living this fall. No doubt, some orientation leaders assured students that which specific residence hall or room they received did ...…

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…The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - September 3, 1996 - 11C More than lust art, music and computIers . « University f graduate T> ~: ~:Maxey and }r her family .. enjoy a Y summer 3 day on - K. North Cam- pus behind the School of Music. st webeb s 4.no< MARGARET ,:,: 4 ,:, "* k.4. "MYERS/Daily . . . . . .... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Just flol the b e b uses nort 4 S ' ?:.:. , .y;. >y 4~ t, 04 By Matthew Smart Daily Staff Reporter...…

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…120 -- The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition -- September 3, 1996 THE _-AMR,. PAGE 1 YOUR UNOFFICIAL GUIDE TO SHOPPING THE MAIN STREET AREA I.. WHICH Q* BOOKSTOR E HASTHE BEST DEAL ON... EVERYiTHING' FANTASY AHTIC COSTUMES WHERE IMAGINATION REIGNS 305 S. Main *theme party supplies *gag gifts *magic and juggling *costumes *accessories 6+65-2680 A short walk downtown from Main Campus A O CATHERINE 3 ANN W HURON 4 WASHINGTON SL...…

September 03, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 120) • Page Image 45

…E WN STUDE : . Si~ [cIgYEu BAKOPOULOS ;nter tain ant I all Sound and Fury Drvese arts ifeserve more attention Like your hometown, Ann Arbor is home to many national chain stores- the huge monolithic demons that dot the nation's landscape from Mauntauk tlissoula. For a while, these super- stores were regulated to the areas of hardware and home care, maybe appli- ances and garden products. But now, the arts and entertainment industry...…

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…2D - The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - September 3, 1996 Groups, spread a cappela music By Laurie Mayk Daily Staff Reporter Things aren't always what they seem in the world of a cappella music. A drum can be a bass, a tenor or even a soprano. And everyone from political science to pre-med students become instruments and musicians. A cappella music groups are taking root all over campus - from the Diag, to the residence halls, to the ...…

September 03, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 120) • Page Image 47

…The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - September 3, 1996 - 3D UMS brings 118th year of B er places to go... Ann ArborOandsOn Museum 219 E. Hubn St. 747-8300 'hours: Tu-F'10 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. S 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. SUW 1 p.m. - 5 p.m. Steams Co~ctlon School of Nbsic Moore Building 1100 Baits Vrive 4389 iudes moe than 2,000 musical instruments, Hours: Th-Sat. 10 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Sun p.m. - 5 p.m. Power Center for the Performing Arts 121 Fletch...…

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…14D -- The Michigan Daily -- New Student Edition -- September 3, 1996 IF I ItA It 1. Shazhrayiar Leba~nese Cuisine OSTADN CATERIN l .* H a u s =N * PIZZA * SUBS * PASTA * CHIPATIS * SANDWICHES *VOTED BEST PIZZA ° ANN ARBOR OBSERVER *VOTED BEST TAKE OUT -MICHIGAN DAILY READERSHIP POLL. * VOTED BEST CHIPATIS -DETRoIT MoN1THLY oWL- ITALIAN RESTAURANT Fine Italian Cooking by Mamna Rosa *i t4t *Beer " Wine * Liquor *Outdoor Cafe~ *Op...…

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…The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - September 3, 1996 - 5D I' A ' r Once familiar with this fine restaurant and pub, you too will have found your haven. 741-0075 1141 BROADWAY SUN-THURS 4PM-2AM FRI-SAT 4PM-3AM 00' '0- " 4 4 .t .^ Y f Jy ku ga*_Si _Y" _. x .t A, 3 $ .- Y . s p . } Y'4+ 1 ' +' 'fw 3 38 S. State 996-9191 Ashleys@msen.com 0 if Dix-kou e speci44 SPECI Try our famous collilders! Choose any of our 22 fruit, cereal, ...…

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…6D - The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - September 3, 1996 Giving voice to the unheard Anthology speaks to, about gay blacks By Eugene Bowen Daily Arts Writer Shade. "It gives relief from the sun," begins Samuel R. Delaney's introduction in the recently published book of the same title. Yet it has an even deeper meaning for members ofthe gay black community. "Throwing shade" is very similar to straight blacks' use of the term "dis" (f...…

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…The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - September 3, 1996 - 7D In the classic tradition Michigan Theater offers rich atmosphere I By Megan Sohimpf Daily NSE Editor When you first step into the entrance of the Michi- gan Theater, take a glance around and prepare to be amazed. The lobby contains two grand staircases, elegant car- peting, mirrored walls and a gilded, gold polychrome, barrel-vaulted ceiling. The regality of the theater does...…

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…8D - The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - September 3, 1996 Stores near campus offer everything By Grog Parker Weekend, etc. Editor nn Arbor's record stores are kind of like the city itself - quirky, unique and diversified. Each store has an entirely different atmosphere, rang- ing from skater to hip hop to classical to commercial. But if one thing can be said about the Ann Arbor record stores - if they don't have what you want, then wh...…

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…The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - September 3, 1996 - 9D ive music takes the stage in a range o clubs, halls By Heather Phares Daily Arts Writer So you're a first-year student. That probably means your entertainment options, musically speaking, are somewhat limited. Though it seems illogical on a college campus, many venues in Ann Arbor are 19-and- over; your inability to go to certain shows is something only time (or a really convin...…

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…10D - The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - September 3, 1996 ' "" 9l. . . :. o S"8y"6. C ~ ;. i v .,: ,__v ..... ', .,,.. ;: x,;.. Y q Yb .a6v .. Book browsers and lovers find favorites here JONATHAN LUIE/GUaIy FILE PHOTO A man sweeps in the Museum of Art, located across the State Street from the Michigan Union. The museum is the second largest in the state of Michigan, and is free to visitors. more than meets eye By Anitha Chala...…

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