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September 03, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 118) • Page Image 63

…The Michigan Daily - Wednesday. Seotember 3. '7 :" RECORDS our 23rd year I.P's, Tapes & CD's BOUGHT & SOLD Across from the Diag upstairs at 33611/2 S. State -Paying top dollar for your used CD's plus $1 bonus on trades! M5' CHEAP! 11 r'r AIN' .. f M + OWN -Voted "Ann Arbor's Best" 13 straight °years in The Michigan. a1# Daily readership poll! Ann Arbor * 761-8686' S M-F 10-8 - Sat. 10-6 - Sun. 12-68 , tet -- Iftailb-1 fJmi Welcome Ba...…

September 03, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 120) • Page Image 63

…. ¢ .. The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - September 3, 1996 - 9E DIALING IT UP IN A-SQUARED Radio reception can be quirky By Dean Bakopoulos ally Fine Arts Editor Ann Arbor is a strange city indeed, and among its oddest phe- nomena is its reception of radio signals. Some people claim they pick up radio stations from Honolulu, while others say their receiver only picks up stations when the wind is precisely at 13 iph from the southwe...…

September 03, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 118) • Page Image 64

…& -The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 3, 1997 ANN ARBOR Local shelters troubled by lack of staff, supplies Vintage clothes a fashion hit in A2 HOMELESS Continued from Page 1E shelter resident. "On a nightly basis, we have 80 to 90 guys that need a place to go. There is absolutely no privacy, no place to be by yourself. There simply is no place to put everybody." The shelter is constantly plagued by a lack of supplies. Basic items, ...…

September 03, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 120) • Page Image 64

…10E - The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - September 3, 1996 Getting xA2 not By Nathan Huebner Daily Staff Reporter When arriving on campus each fall, new students quickly find transportation is a little different than in high school. Instead of driving everywhere they want to go, most students are forced to find other ways to travel around campus and Ann Arbor Most University students walk to class- es and many rely on the public trans...…

September 03, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 118) • Page Image 65

… ANN ARBOR The Michigan Daily -- Wednesday, September 3, 1997 - 9E A is home to distinct history By Katie Plona Daily Staff Reporter 'Rat's in a name? For two early settlers, the answer was clear. In fact, the hometown of the University is named after their wives, both of whom went by the name Ann. And after observing the plentiful population of trees, the name Ann Arbor seemed a natural to two of the city's early settlers, John Allen and E...…

September 03, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 120) • Page Image 65

…Ann Arbor Page 11 6/17/96 6:47 PM Page 1 (1,1) The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - September 3, 1996 - 11E City parking options limited Parking controlled by both Ann Arbor police and DPS By Nathan Huebner Daily Staff Reporter Students bringing their cars to Ann Arbor may find a surprise when they arrive - they can't find a place to park. Space is limited and students sometimes will spend a great deal of time just searching for an op...…

September 03, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 118) • Page Image 66

….Ut - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 3, 1997 ANN ARBOR Religious groups, worship promote spiritual interests By Jason Stoffer Daily Staff Reporter This month, parents will send incoming University stu- dents away to face wild parties, stressful all-nighters and the challenge of finding a new circle of friends. Gary Hardin, pastor of Packard Road Baptist Church, emphasized that religion can help to ease this difficult transitional ...…

September 03, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 120) • Page Image 66

…12E - The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - September 3, 1996 4' 800KSTORE HAS THE OBEST. DEAL ST KRISTEN SCHAFFER/Dail Ann Arbor resident Erich Blough serves up a few pints at Ashley's on South State Street. Ashley's recently finished expanding their selection of on-tap beers to include over 60 domestic and international beers. ozyor crowded, bars and taverns offer more an beer ~A 4 ~' ~' 4 I 4 4' y g EVr~IERY ~; ~- 'n. ING U >...…

September 03, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 118) • Page Image 67

…7G.. AA:-L.:.. -- r*t-:1.. %Af-,.l.......A-. C"..,..a... w.i...... ':J Ann"7 1 *4 C ANN A BORhe Michigan Daiy - Wenesday, Septemer 3.1997 -1 AN ARBOR " Hans-n useu-m off0ers5 fun, education to all age UE By Christine M. Paik Diily Staff Reporter The old saying "seeing is believing" may be true, but at the Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum, maybe the proper motto should be "doing is believing." At the Hands-On Museum, one won't 16d signs that say, "...…

September 03, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 120) • Page Image 67

…N - UdIi 3L id1gnJfaI September3, 1996 COS J. COTSONIKA The Greek Speaks mackinze ou sleep late when the football team is on the road - espe- cially your first year, when the social scene is new and frat parties are cool. You wake up in time for the pre- game show, red-eyed and creaky from staying out late, and watch Michigan on national television. Two years ago, I sat in the third-floor lounge in South Quad's Taylor House. I shuffled d...…

September 03, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 118) • Page Image 68

…12E - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 3, 1997 ANN ARBOR r:ar Id- 4 H I 0 Graphics by ERIN RAGER/Daily Region's weather strikes at extremes By Jack Schillaci Daily Arts W'riter To get to classes, work or the night's biggest keg party, University students trudge through Ann Arbor's tempestu- ous weather every day. In doing so, they experience everything from scalding heat and inescapable sun to near-torren- tial rain or heavy ...…

September 03, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 120) • Page Image 68

… 2F - The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - September 3, 1996 Lacrosse By Pranay Reddy -Daily Sports Writer Consistent - that's the only word to describe the play of the Michigan men's lacrosse team in the '90s. Unfortunately for the Wolverines (4-2 Big Ten, 15-5 overall), their trademark consistent play was nonexistent in the Big Ten champi- onships this year. Michigan failed to win an unprece- dented seventh-straight Big Ten champi- on...…

September 03, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 118) • Page Image 69

…Eiw 3id~igun aIt ?E W S TU DE NT E DI TI ON .P4 - - __ Section Wednesday, September 3, 1997 Sports are as much apart of .J'as classes and professors f you're reading this column, you probably care about Michigan sports - at least a little bit. There are some people at this University who don't, those you believe that college athletics is either barbaric and indulges the v( of mind. hat is fine - diversity is what makes this campus so grea...…

September 03, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 120) • Page Image 69

…The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - September 3, 1996 - 3F Sixth in country, Wolvenne I gymnasts plan to soar higher . M'spikers on the track to success In the past, postseason for the Michi- gan women's volleyball team usually has anslated into reflecting on the previous season and looking forward to the next. But not this year for the Wolverines. Michigan competed in its second-ever postseason tournament - the National Intercolle...…

September 03, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 118) • Page Image 70

…2F - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 3, 1997 SPORTS Wrestlrs season crippled by injuries By Tracy Sandier Daily Sports Writer It started in August and never really stopped. The injuries kept piling up for the Michigan wrestling team (6-3 Big Ten, 10-5 overall), and by the end of the season, the athletes were exhausted. At the NCAA championships in March, where they placed 25th, the Wolverines had four competitors. Of those four, on...…

September 03, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 120) • Page Image 70

…4F - The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - September 3, 1996 Field hockey looks to rebuild By Will MeCahill Daily Sports Writer Just as the 1995 season gave the Michigan field hockey team something brand new to look forward to - a pristine field - so will the 1996 campaign present the Wolverines with a novelty. This season, though, the squad will have a new coach. After guiding Michigan to a fourth-place Big Ten finish, head coach Patti...…

September 03, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 118) • Page Image 71

…obert Traylor s adership lies at the heart of team s' strength LM ightning nearly struck the Michigan basketball team twice in early May. After weathering a storm of NCAA rules violations and Hurricane NIT, Michigan bas- kjtball coach Steve Fisher found himself standing three feet high in water in the Amazon during rainy season without so much as an umbrella. The Wolverines' NIT title in March was all Fisher could be proud of by the first week...…

September 03, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 120) • Page Image 71

…The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - September 3, 1996 - 5F Women 's Ihoops struggles By m Rose Dai4ySports Writer h 1996, each women's basketball te in the Big Ten eventually saw its season end in a loss. In that respect, Mtphigan was like the rest of the con- fereice. But the similarities between the yerines and the rest of their league end there. The Big Ten is perennially among the tog women's basketball conferences in the country -...…

September 03, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 118) • Page Image 72

…4F -The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 3, 1997 FOOTBALL Reality crashed in on 'M'after excessively high expectations VANSTON - No way we should have been so shocked. As we looked at the score, we were still in disbelief. We wondered how this happened and what mis- takes were made. We wondered how Michigan could lose to Northwestern two straight years. We wondered. We were blind. Somewhere along the line, we all got caught up in the R...…

September 03, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 120) • Page Image 72

…6F - New Student Edition - The Michigan Daily - September 3, 1996 BASKETBALL MICHAEL SROSENBERG i Roses Are Read INAL RUSTRAT Timeout s/houldn'7 haunt Baston "Maceo had everyone believing we were going to Dallas." - Michigan men 's basketball coach Steve Fisher after the regular season, on the Wolverines 'speculation about where they might play in the 1996 x. NCAA tournament. .MILWAUKEE - It would have been nice for Maceo Baston. He woul...…

September 03, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 118) • Page Image 73

…jainful defeat in playoffs can' taint four successful years ok ing around the room, despair as evident on the faces of these attered young men. Each sat in his cubicle, some sob- bing, some staring, some just staying. They had nowhere to go, no more games to prepare for, no more foes to vanquish. The Michigan hockey team sat in the Bradley Center locker- room after the national semifi- nal - finished off by Boston University, 3-2. The Terriers...…

September 03, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 120) • Page Image 73

… FOOTBALL The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - September 3, 1996 - 7F ,;-, , . ,. Mercury Hayes grabs a Scott Driesbach pass late in the game against Virginia to seal Michigan's comeback victory (left). Tshimanga Blakabutuka set several season records in rushing last season before leaving for the NFL Draft (top). Amani Toomer was one of the leading receivers for the 1995 Wolverines (below). Photos by MARK( FRIEDMAN/Daily ). I, 6 ~*...…

September 03, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 118) • Page Image 74

…6F - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 3, 1997 SPORTS TEAMS Continued from Page :L Title IX established women's sports programs on campuses nationwide. At the time, many programs were underde- veloped. The women's program was "below average," Schembechler said. "We'll call it successful when we have our first (women's) basketball (conference) championship." After last summer's resignation of women's basketball coach Trish Roberts, M...…

September 03, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 120) • Page Image 74

…8F - The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - September 3, 1996 HociEY JOHN LEROI Out of Bounds NatSMING IR l ( I . , . , y,.. k . v No better felzg for Wolverines CINCINNATI - Hail to the victors a valiant. The tune resounded like never before through Riverfront Coliseum. -The boys won the national champi- Zonship. Could there ever be a better ,reason to sing? ' If you're a Michigan hockey fan, there is no better feeling than seeing W...…

September 03, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 118) • Page Image 75

… SPORTS The Michigan Daily -- Wednesday, September 3, 1997 -- 7F New players lead women' s soccer New coach redirects- field hockey's goals -By Chris Farah Daily Sports Writer The Michigan women's soccer team Wpenenced a bit of role reversal during its 1996 season. The role reversal was one of age and experience - Michigan's star recruit- ing class of freshmen sparked the Wolverines (4-4-1 Big Ten, 10-7-3 overall) to many of their victorie...…

September 03, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 120) • Page Image 75

…The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - September 3, 1996 - 9F .Swimmers claim 9th crown By Will McCahill aly Sports Writer Another season, another Big Ten title. "That's how the 1995-96 season went for the Michigan women's swim team. The Wolverines won their 10th con- secutive Big Ten crown behind a mix of ipperclass experience and new blood. yMichigan finished third at the NCAA championships at Canham Natatorium. r Michigan began its con...…

September 03, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 118) • Page Image 76

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September 03, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 120) • Page Image 76

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