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July 05, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 9) • Page Image 1

…be idiTpu Datl Summer Weekly eOne hundred four years of editorial freedom Regents nt ' with Moeller bu y Amy Klein Both regents and University officials said Athletic Director Joe Roberson were the only why they were not kept informed. Daily News Editor they were never informed of the decision to parties involved in the negotiations. "I have a lot of questions, and It As Gary Moeller bolts to the NFL with buy Moeller's contract after he volunt...…

July 05, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 9) • Page Image 2

…2 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, July 5, 1995 FIAG Continued from page 1 Senate. However, she said the amend- ment will have good chances in the states. "In most state legislators there wouldn't be people brave enough (to op- pose the amendment)," Lowenstein said. Sandalow said he hopes the amend- ment will not pass. "My hope is that the Senate will defeat (the amendment)," Sandalow said. "This amendment seems to be a very bad idea," Sanda...…

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…Wednesday, July 5, 1995- The Michigan Daily - 3 Investment trading results in $1. 5M possible loss for 'U' By Patience Atkin and Maggie Weyhing Daily Staff Reporters The University lost $1.5 million last week after the Common Fund - which invests a sum of about $20 billion in uni- versity endowments - suffered a $128 million loss because of alleged unautho- rized trading activity by First Capital, its investment adviser. "(First Capital) hold...…

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…4 - The Michigan Daily -- Wednesday, July 5, 1995 420 Maynard Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109 Edited and managed by students at the University of Michigan RONNIE GLASSBERG ADRIENNE JANNEY Editor in Chief JOEL F. KNUTSON Editorial Page Editors Unlessotherwise noted, unsigned editorials reflectthe opinion of a majorityof the Daily's editorial board. All other articles, letters and cartoons do not necessarily reflect the opinion oftheDaily'seditorial ...…

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…Wednesday, July 5, 1995 - The Michigan Daily - 5 - . .- - No'riw QuoErAsEl J Knutson/Editor's Note ntoxicating revivals "... it's the offensive speech that is particularly protected by America the mall Attheageof23,I'vebeendrunktwotimesinmylife: the First Amendment. Speech that causes reaction needs Asmy friendsandIcelebratedtheFourthofJuly ne days ago, and nine years ago. ,, this past weekend and yesterday, I couldn't help but There are not t...…

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…6 -The Michigan Daily -Wednesday, July 5,1995 4 for sale for rent 51a APTS. NEAR CENTRAL and/or Medical Campus. Leases starting July, Aug. or Sept. '95 running thru 8/96. Effs. and 1 bdrm. apts. from $395/mo. 769-2255. ATTRACTIVE, LARGE ROOM on Hill St. Kitchen, laundryparking, clean, quiet, for male. $295-up. 995-3276. AVAIL. NOW E. William/Division - 2bdnn. apt. with security buzzer, lndry., storage. Gal- latin Realty Co. 994-0624. $40,...…

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…Wednesday, July 5, 1995 - The Michigan Daily - 7 Study: 8 percent of college students carry weapons 0By Steve Seepersaud Daily Staff Reporter Nearly 8 percent of college students carry weapons, according to a nation- wide study released last month by Southern Illinois University in Carbondale. Researchers found that 7 1/2 percent of students carried guns, knives or other weapons for reasons besides work or hunting. Responses were gathered fro...…

July 05, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 9) • Page Image 8

…8 - The Michigan Daily- Wednesday, July 5,1995 Regents name N. Campus } tower after'U'alumnus Gently down the stream .. Alfred and Ming-ming Wu float down the Huron River yesterday, with their son David at the wheel. Groups stay active over summer By Deborah G. Weinstein Daily Staff Reporter Despite the lull on campus that comes with the end of the University's academic year, student groups have maintained andeveneineased theiractivity thiss...…

July 05, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 9) • Page Image 9

…m You'll like this, folks Folk artist John McCutcheon appears at the Ark on Wednesday, July 7. With fans { like Johnny Cash, he's got to be good. Tickets are $11, doors open at 8 p.m. Call 761-1451 for more information. Th i gun Huh ARTS Wednesday July 5,1995 - Apollo 13' gets off ground y Scott Plagenhoof aily Arts Editor Eight months after the first lunar rface landing - the Apollo 11 mis- n - the public and the media were Iready bor...…

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… 3 -The Michican Dailv - Wednesdav. ,Julv 5. 1995 .i iiv NiiW V1Y Vii.VM(iT A<YMiiyV MTy v wiT yr "vvv Dredd' Over Batman? ly Ted Watts W aly Arts Writer There's a really good comic book- ased movie this summer with an obses- ive lead character in a dark armored cos- ime and armed with some nifty gadgets. To,not "Batman Forever," Isaid good. "Judge Dredd," with Sylvester tallone as the law-obsessed Judge Jo- ph Dredd, is based on constant ...…

July 05, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 9) • Page Image 11

…Wednesday, July:5, 1995- The Miclhigan Daily.- 11 Power Rangers' is a guilty pleasure Heather Phares ilty Arts Editor "What is that odious stench? Can it be teenagers?"thunders Ivan Ooze,the lat- t threat to the Earth's safety. A cross be- veen a Califomia Rasin and ajar of slime, oze clearly revels in his own foulness. hat can be said of "Mighty Morphin >wer Rangers," the film he terrorizes: It's finitely hornid, but gleefully so. The smel...…

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…12- The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, July 5, 1995 Outrageous Cherry M : sweeten the local scene By Heather Phares Daily Arts Editor Let's face it, accidents happen. But sometimes accidents can be a powerful cre- ative force, especially when itcomes to the ever-changing music world. Matthew Smith, the leader of Detroit's finest pop band, Outrageous Cherry,knows all about the positive effects of accidents. The band was even formed that way: "Th...…

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…-,.-- --- Wednesday, July 5, 1995 - The Michigan Daily -1- CORDS ontinued from page 11 on this album, which doesn't make it, ny less solid. Get it, put it on and just let repeat until you die. - Ted Watts J Towa Tei 'uture Listening! lektra Techno is having a media extrava- anza like never before in this country. hile American artists like Richie wtin are treated like gods in Europe, hey've never really received their due ere. Come to think ...…

July 05, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 9) • Page Image 14

… Anton Fedorov? The Ex-Wolverine was the first Russian to play NCAA hockey. Now Fedorov - no relation to Sergei - plays for the Motor City Mustangs. See page 16. be I hd au aU Wednesday July 5, 1995 'r Garnett's choice is a roll of the dice word of advice to Kevin McHale, the first-year general manager of the Minnesota Timberwolves - clear space in your guest room and make your first-round draft pick move in. McHale', whose Tunberwolves ow...…

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…Wednesday, July 5, 1995- The Michigan Daily -15 ARGFT ontinued from page 14 at'sgreat. Butthose making the state- ents, people like former coach Hubie rown and Kentucky coach Rick Pitino, ere completely missing the point. He has skills, there is no doubt about at, but he is just not emotionally ready r the NBA. And having talked to him fter Magic's Roundball Classic at the alace of Auburn Hills in April, I'm not ven sure if he would have been...…

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…16 -The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, July 5, 1995 Editor's note: This is the first of a three-part seriesc newest sports franchise, the Motor City Mustangs of Rollet ternational. By Nicholas J. Cotsonika Daily Sports Editor ETROIT - Motor City hockey fans had becomei this. A three-point night by No. 91 was just nothin The Russian had melted the Detroit ice so many ti such performances were to be expected. But when Fedorov scored two goals and ...…

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