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September 06, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 123) • Page Image 1

…rAb tit! Weather ronight: Mostly cloudy. A .40 ercent chance of showers. romorrow: Mostly cloudy with 3 50% chance of showers. i One hundredfive years of editorilfreedom Friday September 6, 1996 ,., . u . , : 4. : , ,, . . .,; 0 urncane ran atters Carolinas MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. (AP) - Closing in with I 15 mph winds, Hurricane Fran began battering the Carolinas yesterday, bending trees and blowing rain sideways as thou- sands of people scr...…

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…2 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 6, 1996 NATION/WORLD Dole advisers quit after control dispute WASHINGTON (AP) -- Bob Dole's struggling presidential cam- paign suffered another setback yes- terday when his two top media advis- ers quit after a dispute with cam- paign manager Scott Reed over who should control Dole's television advertising. Don Sipple and Mike Murphy, who have sparred for some time with top campaign officials over...…

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…Bike thefts commnon as students return With the return of students to the niversity campus, the bicycle popula- tion rises each year. And concurrently, so does the num- ber of bicycle thefts. Department of Public Safety reports indicate that from Sunday to Tuesday this week there were at least seven reported bike thefts on campus - from tires to entire frames. Tuesday, the first day of fall classes, three bikes were reported stolen, each q=ed ...…

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…4- The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 6, 1996 (Tbe £rittn Pal ig 420 Maynard Street Ann Arbor, MI 48109 Edited and managed by students at the University of Michigan RONNIE GLASSBERG Editor in Chief ADRIENNE JANNEY ZACHARY M. RAIMI Editorial Page Editors 'Unless otherwise noted, unsigned editorials reflect the opinion of the majority of the Daily's editorial hoard. All other articles, letters and cartoons do not necessarily reflect the ...…

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… NATION/WORLD The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 6, 1996 - 5 £iurdish guerrillas launch new. atac The Washington Post QALAT CHAWLAN, Iraq - Iraqi- backed Kurdish guerrillas launched a new attack against their Kurdish rivals in northern Iraq yesterday and, farther to the north, Turkish warplanes roared across the border to bomb a third Kurdish faction in mountain redoubts. The renewed fighting between assoud Barzani's Kurdish Democratic a...…

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…6 The Michigan Daily - Friday, Septermber 6, 1996 ATTENTION MED. students! We have the closest location to the Med. Center. Early move-in and res. mgr. positions available. Call Michigan Realty Management at 662- 5500. EOI. GRE VERBAL SOFTWARE for windows. $24.95 VS/MC/COD HTTP://netmode.com/ curve 888/LRN-AIDE (76-2433) Toll free. TYPING & WRITING Resumes, cover letters, applications & essays. Ann Arbor Typing 994-5515. 2 BOOKCASE headboa...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 6, 1996 - 7 KICK OFF '96 school year with style. Dynamic young marketing firm seeking personable, ambitious people. 764-4622. LAGNIAPPE DELI & CATERING P/T, yr. round, retail cater staff. Flex. hrs., meals, good working cond. 741-4400. *LANDSCAPE & CONSTRUCTION labor, Full or part time, good working cond. 668- 7519. LAWYER'S CLUB dining services now hiring. $6.50/hr. Meal benefits, catering opportunities...…

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…8- The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 6, 1996 NATION/WORLD Rumors about Yeltsin true; president heads for surgery MOSCOW (AP) - Ending months of speculation, Boris Yeltsin acknowl- edged yesterday that the rumors are true: He has serious health problems and will undergo heart surgery later this month. The president's announcement, which he made in a nationally broadcast TV interview, strengthens suspicions he is too ill to govern effec...…

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… NATION/WORLD The Michigan Daily September- Friday, September 6, 1996 - 9 Clinton to ask for $300M more in airport secunty WASHINGTON (AP) - To combat terrorism in the skies, the Clinton administration recommended yesterday that computer profiles be done on air- line passengers and that airports install advanced bomb-detection devices. The administration said it would ask Congress for 8300 million to buy the bomb detectors. The request was...…

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… Hello 'Irene!' Performance Network's 15th season kicks off in a big way on Saturday with the world premiere of University faculty member Ari Roth's latest play, "Goodnight Irene." The show stars Broadway actor Peter Birkenhead, previously of -Angels in America," and will run through September 29. Showtimes are Wednesday to Saturday at 8 p.m. and Sunday at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. Student tickets are $9. Call 663-0681 for more information. >0 ili Fr...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 6, 1996 - 11 *Edward Burns attempts to be the 'One' for Hollywood By Jan Petlinski Daily Film Editor Not long ago, Ed Burns eased his away into Hollywood's spotlight: The -young, talented Long Island native rote, directed and acted in "The Brothers McMullen," a film he made with only a measly $25,000. "McMullen," which follows the r9mances, friendships and trials of 'hre Irish Catholic broth- as they con...…

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…12 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 6, 1996 Stratford treat lies just over the border By J. David Berry For the Daily Once you get past Windsor and hop on the 401, for miles and miles around all you see is green, rolling farmland. Then, somewhere in the middle of all of these cows and ears of corn, a small town appears. The town looks like it may be stuck in a better time, and you'd almost expect to see Andy and Aunt Bea talking to t...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 6 1996 -13 9:ggy Tab's 'icred Cow n sospca Geiy Tah Sack' Cow ak 'p/Warner Bros. TUskophomoric effort frorm Geggy Tah i a real disappointment. The albui is overproduced, too clean, too shallow as far as levels go and too bor- ing as far as songs go. For the most part, the best tracks on the album existed on the first album in some form or were being played live Avo: years ago. The first single, hoMer You...…

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… Scoreboard AMERICAN LEAGUE No games scheduled NATIONAL LEAGUE MONTREAL 6, Florida 2 COLLEGE FOOTBALL Philadelphia 6. CHICAGO 1 Notre Dame 14, VANDERBILT 7 Home team in CAPS 0 Friday September 6, 1996 1'4 Notre Dame survix NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- Marc Edwards, who nearly fumbled away the game a few minutes earlier, scored from three yards out with 4:59 left last night as No. 6 Notre Dame escaped with a 14-7 victory over Vanderbilt. The C...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 6, 1996 - 15 'M' soccer has depth along with greater expectations MARK FRIEDMAN/Daily After two relatively successful seasons, the Michigan women's soccer team looks to a bright, young crop of freshmen to com- ine their talents with a load of veterans. The Wolverines lost their last game, 2-0, to Butler, but they haven't come together st yet. Debbie Belkin, who has coached Michigan since its first seaso...…

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…16 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 6, 1996 AROUND THE BRif- CONFERENCE 1Mg Red, Men of Troy a Desert Swarm face Big By Will McCahill and Barry Sollenberger ]aily Sports Writers Can Michigan State work miracles'? Can Iowa contend in the Big Ten? Can Illinois score a touchdown ? Michigan is the only league team off tomorrow, so without further delay ... MICHIGAN STATE (1-0 BIG TEN, 1-0 OVERALL) AT NEBRASKA (0-0): The Spartans must hav...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 6, 1996 - 17 'M' rugby battles growing pains in season opener Richard Shin ly Sports Writer In its infancy, the Michigan men's rugby team has seen the good, the bad and the ugly. Fortunately for the Wolverines, they have only seen the good lately because their first match of the season is tomor- row at noon at the east end of Mitchell Field. Most recently, in the Michigan Union Tournament last spring, t...…

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…18 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 6, 1996 Neal era opens at 'U' By Jennifer Harvey Daily Staff Reporter On July 1, Homer Neal took office as interim University president. And the person he replaced, former President James Duderstadt, said Neal is the right man for the job. "He's very good," said Duderstadt, who served as president fcr eight years. "University presidents aren't supposed to pick tIhir successors, but he's the one I wo...…

September 06, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 117) • Page Image 1

… r 7~i Veather might: Mostly cloudy with assible storms, low 65. imorrow: Thunderstorms ely, high around 74. WE 46 rn One h uldred four years oflediJr l freedom Wednesday September 6, 1995 to.CsN.17. IA 'AI NATO strikes Serb targets in Bosnia SA RAJEVO, Bosnia-Herzegovina (AP) - Its patience exhausted by shifting Serb signals, NA TO launched new air aattaks yesterday on rebel targets meant to force the Serbs to pull their big guns out...…

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…2A - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 6, 1995 " 4 anS racist remairk Glt Angeles Times LOS ANGELES - Jurors in the murder trial of O.J. Simpson returned to work for the first time in a week yesterday and were immediately con- fronted with electrifying evidence that Detective Mark Fuhrman disparaged interracial couples, bragged about mak- ing up charges and repeatedly used a vicious racial epithet. One witness, Kathleen Bell, fought ...…

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… tALI T~ATL Coca- Cola gives grant research gr( to OUP The Coca-Cola Foundation an- nounced the recipients of more than $1 million in grants last week. The University's Undergraduate Re- search Opportunity Program received $50,000 from the foundation. The pro- gram pairs students with senior faculty members to work on original research projects. Other universities to receive funds include the University of North Ala- bama, Florida State Uni...…

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…4A --The Michigan Daily -'Wednesday, September 6, 1995 Itie #Migrn &zig JAMEs M. NAS HMMORE OF THE SAME Rock 'n' Roll is here 420 Maynard Ann Arbor, MI 48109 Edited and managed by students at the University of Michigan 1 .1 MICHAEL ROSENBERG Editor in Chief JULIE BECKER JAMES M. NASH Editorial Page Editors to stay no longer Unless otherwise noted, unsigned editorials reflect the opinion of a majority of the Daily's editorial board. All o...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 6, 1995 - 5 t . -° . ,xx: MEAT LOAF It's served every Thursday in the dining hall. And the scary thing is, people actually eat it. Maybe they don't see those white chunks floating in the gray beef. Or maybe they're just really hungry. Whatever their reason, you want no part of it. You know what great meat loaf is all about. You had the best for 18 years. So you call mom to let her know she's the Que...…

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…6A - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 6, 1995 PARKING. Surface lots. All prices 'now' thru 8/96: 1111 S. State (Opp. Yost Ice Arena) - $495; 819 Brown (@ Hill St. 4 blocks west of S. State) - $295; Garage or Covered Spaces: 1100 S. Forest (2 blocks S. of Hill) - $495; 411 High St. (comer of N. Division - on hill above Gandy Dancer) - $425. Clarion Properties, Inc., 769-2255. ROOM FOR RENT $300/month, located on Cross St. Call Jason 6...…

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…II I I ! I LocAL/STATL The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 6, 1995 - 7A Judge rules against student in suit over 'U' discipline ELIZABETH LIPPMAN/Daily Tle ilveisity spent more than $80,000 on promotions for the Mcard such as this banner, which hangs over State Street. MCARD ContnseW from Page IA of little use. "I already have a checking account at my own bank," VanSuilichem said. LSA first-yearstudent Matt Lake has linkedhis Mcardt...…

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…2A..- The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 6, 1995 11.1 Electronic tetbers to be ttached to baterers DET I IT (AP)-People convicted of battering a loved one can get out of jail early but will have their move- ments monitored electronically - un- der a pr ram about to get a tryout in Berrien'-County. "We have a really bad domestic vio- lence situation here - they're just fill- ing up ourjail," said Cheryl Price, com- munity corrections c...…

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…IOA - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 6, 1995 Sen. Peli will not see re-election Senate veteran is 7th Democrat to resign NATIoN/WoRtLD Gridlock in D.C. , M Pell was a principal figure in reshaping the government-financed college loan program WASHINGTON (AP) - Sen. Claiborne Pell (D-R.I.), whose liberal politics and genteel eccentricities have been a Senate hallmark for more than three decades, said yesterday he will not seek r...…

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…sIhowOiWotD Sarajevo showing signs of relief after NATO action The Michigan Daily -- Wednesday, September 6, 1995 - 11A The Washington Post SARAJEVO, Bosnia-Herzegovina - In some places, shifts in well- being are measured by changes in prices on billion-dollar stock ex- changes. Here, it's about the price of a bunch of bananas. Or whether you can take your cow for a walk. Both those indexes showed positive signs yesterday, following a week o...…

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…12A - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 6, 1995 At U.N. conference, Mrs. Clintonlashes out at government- coerced abortions NATIa Nwoty Los Angeles Times BEIJING - In her first public ap- pearance at the U.N. Fourth World Con- ference on Women yesterday, first lady Hillary Rodham Clinton lashed out at government-coerced sterilizations and abortions that are practiced widely in China and other developing countries. Clinton, speaking ...…

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… ee herds NEW DELHI, India (AP) - An lephant alert was sounded yesterday n India's West Bengal state after for- sttngers reported seeing 55 elephants n three herds advancing toward vil- ges and towns. "There is need to take precautions g'* now. Otherwise, we are in for me serious trouble," said Subimal oy, 'West Bengal's chief wildlife a'den. OQne herd of nine adults and two aloes already reached populated ar- fMidnapore district, causing pani...…

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…14A - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 6, 1995 Arsonists burning America's forests for quick profit SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - Arson- ists are torching America's national forests for profit, making money on everything from fire equipment leases to burned timber. And legislation passed by Congress in July could add even more fuel to the billion-dollar fire sale, critics say. Americans don't realize the extent of arson in forest fires, says...…

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…m I k7 A '7m s7'A6 The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, S rumbling Iimbuktu I Angeles Times TIMBUKTU, Mali - In the loose R! nd that is the street outside Tarif's ar,there are more footprints of camels and 4 d donkeys than tire tracks. The rea- n: There are more beasts of burden to st an motor vehicles here. As for the camels, they are avworth ndering. They once brought the great ding caravans across the Sahara Desert m North Africa. Their str...…

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…IAA --'AThe Michigan Dliv -- Wednesdav. September 6, 1995 I5 Vf~S~' ~*J . * r ,- I .1V rt -- l l w xvll.l llr, T 1 lwlq - -- " .. v..v.wv) 1 v.. pr. v.....v. v, . --- 1.YOU RAN OUT OF RETURNABLES. 2. YOUR BEST hIND EANERREDTOTEUNIVERSOF IDAHOAND YOUR PHONE BILLIS K" ' yr "ikSr" '. : w 3.uY'VENAD 1,433 MAWAlIE UNIONAND COUAGE INN IS CALUNG AL UN U OUF M BEAT ST AI 60 YOU WANT TOCALLAL 41PRTAi IN NEI 5YL T 51 BCAUt YUR IENDSWNIF...…

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…t f The Michigan Daiy - Wednesday. September 6, 1995 -17A Psychologists say passwords lead to memory overload Not what he seems Felix Urioste, 34, right, leaves a Farmington, Utah, courthouse with his attorney after entering guilty pleas to communications fraud and forgery yesterday. Urloste posed as a woman during a three-year marriage toan unsuspecting man. Storks in shealthy environment The Washington Post WASHINGTON - The automated te...…

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…A . ±l:k * . F In Daily Sports Tomorrow Everyone knows that this is Uoyd Carr's first season at the helm of the Wolverines. Tomorrow we'll profile the other first year coach in this weekend's Michigan, Memphis rnatchup: the Tigers' Rip Schere. Page 18 Wednesday, September 6, 1995 y Ryan White aily Sports Editor The Michigan football team is try- ng not to get ahead of itself. Sure the Wolverines are 2-0, ranked o. I1 in the country and com...…

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…28 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 6, 1995 The summer Three Michigan swimmers, one past and two present, had successful outings at world competitions over the summer. Eric Namesnik, left, andTom Dolan, bottom, com- peted in the Pan Pacific Swimming Champi- onship in Atlanta in August. Namesnik is a former Wolverine, but Dolan and Jason Lancaster, bottom left, are still with the team. Lancaster is shown competing at the World Univ...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 6, 1995 - 38 FOOTBALL Continued from page l Outside linebacker David Bowens, cornerback Charles Woodson and run- ning back Clarence Williams have all made significant contributions in Michigan's first two wins. Woodson and Bowens have started. Bowens has made four tackles in his first two games and Woodson seven. For his part, Williams has gained 21 yards on seven carries and he made his first catch, ...…

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…4B - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 6, 1995 Company trying to take advantage of Moeller caper saw a disturbing sign yesterday on campus. There at a kiosk on neon yellow paper was an advertisement for an audio cassette and a transcript. This is no ordinary cassette or transcript, though. It seems as if some sick people are trying to make a profit off of an event that nearly destroyed a former Michigan football coach's life. Team S...…

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…68 -= The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 6, 1995 Blue cross country will be formidable foe in upcoming season Men's soccer thrives despite club status By James Goldstein Daily Sports Writer Take "cross" out of cross coun- try and replace it with any superla- tive and you get one of the lofty, yet reachable, goals for the 1995 Michi- gan men's cross country team. The Wolverines could very well take the national title this Novem- ber. ...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 6, 1995 - 7B g3 a , I'vsAC% Washington Post BALTIMORE - As everyone ex- pected, the unreachable record was reachedTuesdaynight. And ifthatdoesn't make sense, neither does the whole idea of a baseball player playing nonstop, as Cal Ripken does. In this throwback ballpark of Camden Yards, Cal Ripken, a throwback player, played in his 2,130th straight game and tied Lou Gehrig's supposedly unattain- able ...…

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…8B - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 6, 1995 Top left: Junior defender David Colliver (in white) passes to a teammate in last Thursday's game against Windsor. Top riglht:. Sophomore forward Eric Frickel fights forpossession of the ball. Bottom: A Windsor player beats Michigan to the ball. a ic y I U-" +Mar w 'S er 1I b otos by Friedman 'I Starting fresh School may have just begun, but the Michigan men's soccer club is alrea...…

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… The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 6, 1995- Blue blasts Rockets in three straight games By Chris Murphy Daily Sports Writer The Michigan women's vol leyballteam started off their home schedule with a bang as it thumped Toledo 15-4, 15-10, 15-4 at Cliff Keen Arena last night. The Wolverines (3-1) were coming off a strong showing at the Georgia Invitational. Although they had lost their last match to No.20 Georgia, Michigan took two ou...…

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…1OB - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 6, 1995 I I I Once upon a time in a place where all those who come will never forget, a new general brought his troops to battle a southern battalion from Virginia. The new general was outmatched early. The southern battalion countered his moves quickly and fiercely. The battle seemed over, the fate decided - the Wolverines had fallen. Yet on this day the new general had requested reinfo...…

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…dIigUU 'Night, John-Boy .. It's a band called the Waltons, a Canadian modern pop-rock group.Playing w ith them is Hugh and local singer-songwriter Stephen Budd performs a solo acoustic show. All of this musical entertainment awaits you tonight at the Blind Pig. Doers open at 9:30, and tickts are Page 11 $6. Call 996-8585 for more information.Be sure to check this show out, Wednesday, and tell 'emn JohnBoy sent you. September 6, 1995 Bu etload...…

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…12B - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 6, 1995 IKombat' action-packed fun _ By Ted Watts Daily Arts Writer "Mortal Kombat": An arcade and home video game system smash, heavily marketed and ultimately converted to a moving picture me- dia. Sounds like Pac-Man, but it is definitely a step up. If you've played the game, you, know the story: combatants fight each other to the death, and if they're good enough, they ultimately get to fi...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 6, 1995 - 13 Choose the powerful stick that fights off odor and wetness all day. Six fragrances, one goal: maximum protection. Or get powerful Right Guard protection in a crystal clear gel. 1oava nn mac-Q ur r Qichu- nr flaky 'white stuff. So clear,, it rotects invisibly. …

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…148 -The Michigan Daily -Wednesday, September 6, 1995 Orange 9mminch By Ted Watts Daily Arts Writer It's a big musical world out there, and there are a lot of styles that have developed. Orange 9mm falls under the style dubbed "post-hardcore." Their sound is angry and fast, but surprisingly complex. The question of what their sound evolved from is easily raised. "The band has a lot of influ- ences, but not any common influ- ences," explained...…

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