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December 06, 1999 (vol. 110, iss. 47) • Page Image 1

…w5 , Lc -'' L 1l1 w.' 'Fs j , I' r qMPPs7 day: Mostly cloudy. High 35. Low 34, morrow: Partly cloudy. High 42. One hundred nine years of ed;itorialfdn Monday December 6, 1999 tiz _ ., - x. : ti . ar ... .:. 3 . ., a." n ..,u.; ..a a2 .a,. u, ..a ".x:_ t s _. .u. < a'u , iscovery Raising traditions mks cell :etherng :viruses} LindseyAlpert ily Staff Reporter University researcher Erle obertson and Rackham student [urray Cotter have disco...…

October 06, 1999 (vol. 110, iss. 6) • Page Image 1

…it,, kftoA*kftlw Pay. Partly cloudy. High 57. Low 42. morrow: Partly cloudy. igh 61. One hundred nine years of edori' f reedorn Wednesday October 6, 1999 4^aM. RiT{.+ R I+''Y' 4 1 .. .uvm rv , /< rvY:/ v rv Irv"' 3 .v, .mm w dowo" Y ivals rev up for game MSU fans fandalize Diag, Grad Library Jodie Kaufman ly Staff Reporter The week many diehard football fans have been waiting for is finally here. There is no need to mark the occas...…

July 06, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 130) • Page Image 1

…Summer~mswn~msiunnu One hundred and eight years of editorniafeeom http:// Tuesday, July 6, 1999 www.michiganda}com Smith's athletic scholarship terminated ir. By Steve A. Rem Daily Spors Writer CALUMET PARK, Ill. - Michigan foot- ball player Demetrius Smith, only days after his alleged participation in a six-person embezzlement ring from an Ypsilanti Kmart store surfaced, received notice from the University that his athletic scholarshin ...…

April 06, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 111) • Page Image 1

…Weather Today: Showers. High 66. Lov Tomorrow: Partly cloudy. Higt cEl *rti* Tuesday April 6, 1999 w 42. ,h 58. One hundred eightyears ofeditorlfreedom -- <IF :, Serbian troops next target r NATO BELGRADE, Yugoslavia (AP) - Aided by clearing skies, NATO struck fuel depots, bridges and army barracks throughout Yugoslavia yesterday and said it was taking particular aim at Serbian ground forces accused of ter- rorizing ethnic Albanians in...…

January 06, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 53) • Page Image 1

…News: 76-DAILY Display Ads: 764-0554 Classified Ads: 764-0557 WE *rn One hundred eight years ofeditorialfreedom Wednesday January 6, 1999 ------ ---I l iII impeachment trial set to jegm tomorrow War against winter Los Angeles Times WASHINGTON - Without a clear blueprint on how to conduct the impeachment trial to remove President Clinton from office, Senate Majority Leader Trent Lott announced yesterday that the proceeding will open tom...…

November 06, 1998 (vol. 109, iss. 29) • Page Image 1

…ElyC*g n tit! News: 76-DAILY Display Ads: 764+0554 Classified Ads: 764.0557 OGne hundred eight years of editorialfreedom Friday November 6, 1998 F' S- ,7 K c-od ,+ ,r , , . I i ------------------ _.. V'enn State at Michigan Who:" No. 9 Penn State (7-1) at No. 22 Michigan (6-2) What: Penn State looks to exact revenge for last year. Where: Michigan Stadium Group Coalition works to achieve minority student representation in affirmativ...…

October 06, 1998 (vol. 109, iss. 6) • Page Image 1

…0%e'Elan *rni News: 76-DAILY Display Ads: 7640554 Classified Ads: 764-0557 One hundred eight years ofeditorialfreedom October 6, 1998 M1i r " .3.; " fx t Ann Arbot - - ---- - - --- - ------ - --- - -- ----------- - - , 'ollege apparel production jiuestioned By Mike Spahn Daily Staff Reporter Representatives from colleges and runiversities nationwide will meet with members of the clothing industry and government labor officials today to ...…

July 06, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 127) • Page Image 1

…On idi an ali One hundred seven years of edftonzslfreedom News: 76-DAILY Display: 764-0554 Classified: 764-0557 Monday July 6, 1998 u x NIP Parties, parades, picnics mark 4th By Jennifer Yachnin Daily Staff Reporter Clouds and cool weather did not keep University students from enjoy- ing barbecues and fireworks during the Fourth of July on Saturday. Many University students chose to use the holiday weekend to visit with family and friends...…

April 06, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 107) • Page Image 1

…Jr ig n 44*8V One hundred seven years of editorizlfreedom Monday April 6, 1998 .....i ....4 r }: J' :r 1 4 :.r F r r r'C :. Vim. J:: / r .i r^v W a.:: ... T:. .. : .,. ar 3.+a: i' ~. 'v.. n. L nI <'.. \ rvr. la rte\ h... l"v\ i.nrv rnr r,4 r2 .r... i . .....,.+.... .....o.au« , ..,. s., .>' . .... .. ..... .. «.. . .. '. rSi rv+r".,r",. 1:\ ... ... ..r,-,.., ,,.r .:......:.::. ..... .. ....w" .. i., r }. r. ,. ,}. s'£ c v, . . ! _............…

February 06, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 71) • Page Image 1

…ws: 76-DAILY vertising: 764-0554 2ltrial *ri One hundred seven years ofeditori'alfteedom Friday February 6, 1998 iV roup Katie Plona fly Staff Reporter In an effort to protect the interests of its embers in the lawsuit challenging the ersity's admissions policies, a coalition at includes high school students and sever- independent organizations filed a motion intervene and act as defendants in the case Detroit Federal Court yesterday. If...…

November 06, 1997 (vol. 108, iss. 29) • Page Image 1

…it r an tti News: 76-DAILY Advertising: 764-0554 One hundred seven years of editorrialfreedom Thursday November 6, 1997 Mil a 1111111 F!AIIIIIIIIII 111111111 m ill lam I Prop. 209 forces Berkeley & refocus The Daily Californian BERKELEY, Calif. (U-WIRE) - With the U.S. Supreme Court's decision to not examine Proposition 209, univer- sity officials are now looking toward solutions other than affirmative action to maintain a diverse stude...…

October 06, 1997 (vol. 108, iss. 6) • Page Image 1

…One hundred seven years ofeditorifreedom Monday October 6,1997 News: 76-DAILY Advertising: 764-0554 -- - ----- -- -- 1110 m I tudy finds racism affects total health 'U' researchers find daily acts of dis- crimination, such as name calling, can cause long-term health concerns By Kristin Wright Daily Staff Reporter University researchers have discovered evidence that even 'all acts of discrimination can negatively affect the physi- and ment...…

August 06, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 13) • Page Image 1

…E iijau &tIg One hundred six years of editorialfreedom Wednesday August 6, 1997 Regents discuss M-Care plan Aleather Kamins receive free health coverage under the new plan, support President Bollinger's action to I and Katie Plona employees choosing any other plan would pay the M-Care Preference Initiative and mov Dily hcfs Editsrs f postpone ve ahead Via a telephone conference call, the University Board of Regents will convene today to di...…

February 06, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 69) • Page Image 1

…i t ,.v 444hp tit! News: 76-DAILY Advertising: 764-0554 One hundred six years ofeditor alfteedom Thursday February 6, 1997 c~ sA ?.« faz Poet, activist talks about ,exeriences with AIDS By Brian Campbell Daily Staff Reporter Poet River Huston dazzled the audience gathered at the Michigan Union Ballroom last night with her vivacity and humor as she relat- the sobering stories of her experience as a person living with AIDS. Huston, an AIDS...…

December 06, 1996 (vol. 107, iss. 46) • Page Image 1

…WE1 "Utt Weather ronight: Chance of snow, ow around 270. armw: Chance of snow, ugh around 340. One hundred sixyears ofeditorialfreedom Friday December 6,1996 ,. ,:, Winters Faces cs in today By Katie Wang Daily Staff Reporter Michigan football player Charles Winters plans to turn himself into the Detroit police today to face felonious charges of assault with intent to do great bodily harm and malicious destruction of property, said his a...…

November 06, 1996 (vol. 107, iss. 26) • Page Image 1

…Bollinger named 12th 'U' By Jodi S. Cohen Daily Staff Reporter Lee Bollinger, Dartmouth College provost and former University Law School dean, was unani- mously selected yesterday as the 12th president to lead the maize and blue. Bollinger, an outspoken advocate for higher edu- on and the more contentious issues of affirma- e action and gay rights, has often been character- ized as strong-minded, intelligent and charismatic. As the only fina...…

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...…

February 06, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 69) • Page Image 1

…Weather Tonight: Mostly cloudy, chance of snow, low 20. Tomorrow: Cloudy, chance of snow, high 31 . It "Ul One hundredfve years of editorialfreedom Tuesday February 6, 1996 5 ro 'Vik " w?-s., °u v:f, a R.*" -:.., , ': :'^.,s x 9.:.. k v 1 ."a~ 5 +. ," b +5 h : ;!. r%". u"EC -,x,. . a, 10 I Judge orders president to testify in bank fmud trials The Washington Post WASHINGTON - A federal judge in Little Rock yesterday ordered President...…

December 06, 1995 (vol. 106, iss. 47) • Page Image 1

…onight: Partly cloud with lurries, low in mid-teens. omorrow: Partly sunny, igh in mid 20s. 1£,, latt One hundredflve years of editoNrzalfreedom Wednesday December 6, 1995 t.:. . 5.r a .31OK'41 I Cop on2 harges y Josh White aily Staff Reporter YPSILANTI - Black students at astern Michigan University contin- ed to rail against the campus police esterday in a controversy that has been owing since the Nov. 7 arrest ofEMU tudent Aaron Johns...…

November 06, 1995 (vol. 106, iss. 26) • Page Image 1

…v/irJ It i tUn oar tit, agollk qmpw might: Cloudy, rain likely, w in the 40s. morrow: Mostly cloudy, gh in the mid-40s. One hundred fve years of editor;i2lfreedom Monday November 6, 1995 Shocked, saddened, thousands mourn slain Israelileader From Daily Wire Services, n JERUSALEM -Tens of thousands of Israelis, many weeping, many bear- ing flowers,silentlyfiledpastthesimple wooden coffin of Prime Minister YitzhakRabin yesterday, in a fin...…

October 06, 1995 (vol. 106, iss. 6) • Page Image 1

…eator onight: Cloudy, rain likely. ow in the mid 40s. omorrow: Mostly cloudy, igh low to mid 50s. 2Al *rnl One hundredfve years ofeditorzalfreedom Friday October 6, 1995 Vn} o I : NO. 6 *r, i " Northwestern vs. Michiganl. Tomorrow, 12:30 p.m., Michign Stadium Weather forecast: Mostly cloudy with a chance of rain. A high in the low to mid 50s. TV: ESPN. Brad Nessler and Gary Danielson are the commentators. Radio: WJR 760 AM, WWJ 950 AM, W...…

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...…

April 06, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 107) • Page Image 1

…t IE&U Untt Weather Tonight: Partly cloudy, low in the 30s. Tomorrow: Partly sunny, high in the mid-50s. One hundred four years of editorial freedom Thursday April 6, 1995 i 1 , : ". u c ,. , A a ..: ,. ,., House passes $189B in .tx cuts The Washington Post WASHINGTON - House Re- publicans late last night passed a $189 billion tax cut package over Demo- cratic charges that it was stacked in favor of the rich. The 246 to 188 vote capped t...…

March 06, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 84) • Page Image 1

…~ 2 Untt Weather Tonight: Mostly cloudy, high around 35% Tomorrow: Partly sunny, high around 45'. One hundred four years of editorial freedom Monday March 6, 1995 ' pres. battles for state doars By Jonathan Berndt and Ronnie Glassberg Daily Staff Reporters LANSING - In the battle for state higher-education dollars, the opening rounds fired Friday centered around Michigan State University, as presidents from the state's major universities...…

February 06, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 68) • Page Image 1

…1£,,& '(ranf Monday February 6, 1995 Weather Today: Mostly sunny, high 15°. Tomorrow: Partly sunny, high around 20'. One hundred four years of editorial freedom -Former comm. lecturer to repay 'U' for missing funds By Lisa Dines Daily News Editor Former communication lecturer Nancy Thornhill pleaded no contest Wednesday in Washtenaw County Circuit Court to a charge of combining University money with personal funds. Thornhill, who taught ...…

January 06, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 51) • Page Image 1

…Airn One hundred four years of editorial freedom Vo, CV, No. .e . ti Jarty leaders vow to work together Rape suspect bound over on robbery charge In first formal meeting, Clinton says he Is ready to cooperate with GOP Los Angeles Times WASHINGTON -- In an earnest display of good intentions, President Clinton and the new Republican lead- ers of Congress promised yesterday to try to work together for the com- mon good - and then reaffirmed t...…

December 06, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 44) • Page Image 1

…Jr.,r r~run ti --. ad g loll IN kkk One hundred four years of editorial freedom Amid applause, GOP taps Gingrich as next speaker The Washington Post WASHINGTON - House Re- publicans yesterday named Rep. Newt Gingrich as their choice to become the first Republican speaker in 40 years at a televised caucus meeting that com- bined the enthusiasm of a football rally with the seriousness of a history lec- *re. His most boisterous fans among the ...…

October 06, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 6) • Page Image 1

…Webv til One hundred four years of editorial freedom financial aid director to retire after 17 years in office By RONNIE GLASSBERG Daily Staff Reporter The man who has helped students find money to attend the University announced he will leave his post after 17 years. Harvey Grotrian, the director of the University's Office of Financial Aid, an- *unced yesterday that he will retire, effec- tive Jan. 31, 1995. "My greatest accomplishment and...…

July 06, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 9) • Page Image 1

…SUMMER WEEKLY . be Eidtprn Dalg One hundred three years of editorial freedom Administrators, MSA debate future of legal service etudent Legal Services to undergo reorganization; administrators, MSA discuss options )y Julie Becker in control of the organization and in status for its dent tuition bills. However, financial separation was only the AlLY STAFF REPORTER employees. "That's had alot of benefits for us," said SLS first step in the reorg...…

April 06, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 111) • Page Image 1

…WE Un1v One hundred three years of editorial freedom I I MSU holds tuition hike at inflation rate By SHARI SITRON DAILY STAFF REPORTER While college students can expect a rise in tuition rates every year, students * at Michigan State University (MSU) don't have to worry about excessive increases this time around. Starting in September, students at- tending MSU will face the lowest increase in the last 10 years. Last week, MSU's Board of ...…

January 06, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 53) • Page Image 1

… Men hoops may find late frontline help Women drop Big Ten opener Oliver Stone falls short in 'Heaven and Earth' TODAY TOORROW TOO M;~ s.4 Of lrn One hundred three years of editorial freedom Students dismayed over missing waitlist i More than 120 students lose spots in line for already onthelist. Only about 30peop Biology 311, a requirement for biology majors will be allowed into the class from tb witlict ple the By KAREN TALASKI DA...…

December 06, 1993 (vol. 104, iss. 47) • Page Image 1

…Hockey nets two wins a in rough weekend with Western 'Patience': Wait for a scandal and have some fun / ~ ~ wi w we fd*hg n *&i One hundred three years of editorial freedom AIDS 'czar' details Clinton plan to slow growth of epidemic By LaSHAWNDA CROWE DAILY STAFF REPORTER As chilly winter winds swirled outside, Kristine Gebbie sat in the cozy guest lounge of Bell Tower Ho- tel sipping on coffee and eating a lemon poppy seed muffin....…

October 06, 1993 (vol. 104, iss. 6) • Page Image 1

… Velocity Girl visits Blind Pig tomorrow night It t Y rz One hundred three years of editorial freedom A STUDY IN BLACK AND WHITE Defying Clinton, China resumes nuclear testing Ondsay Cader, a first-year student, studies yesterday afternoon in Ingalls Mall. school boycott of Colorado WASHINGTON (AP) - Presi- dent Clinton ordered the Energy De- partment yesterday to prepare for a possible resumption of nuclear test- ing, acting just ho...…

April 06, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 111) • Page Image 1

… r A dejected Chris Webber, upset over his costly last-minute timeout error, leaves the court with head bowed in agony as teammate Leon Derricks tries to console him. 'M' drops title game, 77- 71, in final minute; Carolina takes NCAA crown by Ken Suguira Daily Basketball Writer NEW ORLEANS - The ending to the story was anything but happy. 4 It wasn't the way to cap off a night of thrilling, heart-racing, paralyzing basketball. Garish i...…

January 06, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 53) • Page Image 1

…In 1987, the University pledged a comfortable environment for minorities through the Michigan Mandate. Faculty of color speak out on the realities of being a minority at the University. Steve Martin is a talented comic, but the Daily's Michael John Wilson thinks his latest film, "Leap of Faith," should take a flying leap. SPORTSWednesday What a week for Michigan sports. Over the course of seven days, the Wolverines won the Great Lakes Invita...…

November 06, 1992 (vol. 103, iss. 29) • Page Image 1

…" Statistics say that college athletes are more apt to commit sexual assault than other students. Why is this the case, and if it is, what can be done about it? Hey, one of those Seattle bands is coming to St. Andrew's tonight. No, this is the other Seattle band - Mudhoney. The Michigan ice hockey team looks to bounce back from last weekend's disappointing performance against Western Michigan when it challenges powerhouse Lake Superior. To...…

October 06, 1992 (vol. 103, iss. 6) • Page Image 1

…i i Term limitations have been touted as a way to bring new voices into the government. But what term limitations really limit is the choices of the voters they're supposed to help. ART * ". Life is good. Juliana Hatfield has risen from the ashes of the Blake Babies to claim the title of queen of pop music. She plays the Blind Pig tonight. Maybe it's the heart of football season for most sports fans, but for a certain few, the real college...…

May 06, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 1) • Page Image 1

…SUMMER WEEKLY1%4 Oot alfrnd One hundred and one years of editorial freedom Opinion 4 Keep a weather eye... Students remaining over the summer should be wary of eny decisions made by MSA end the administration. Shock to the system The Rodney King verdict and the ensuing violence are tacit evidence of the failures of the American judicial and law enforcement systems. Killing our criminals For the first time in 25 years, a California inmate was ...…

April 06, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 108) • Page Image 1

…Saturday night and what a riot! Both students and police behaved themselves well after the Wolverines beat Cincinnati, proving that there's no place like Michigan to hold a party. Diane Wakowski wasn't at the Hash Bash, but her poetry fans show a healthy appreciation for the art of toking. She'll read from her work this afternoon. And then there were two... Michigan faces Duke for the second time this season, but now the stakes are a little ...…

March 06, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 87) • Page Image 1

…What did you do over spring break? Some students spent their vacation working to help less-fortunate urban and rural communities through the Alternative Spring Break Program. If it weren't a true story, you probably wouldn't believe it. The film Europa, Europa tells the unbelievable and inspiring story of Solomon Perel. Indiana men's basketball coach Bobby Knight and his conference-leading Hoosier squad tip off with Michigan Sunday. The Wolv...…

February 06, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 72) • Page Image 1

…Judge Donald Shelton betrayed the Ann Arbor community by throwing out City Council member Kurt Zimmer's case accusing the city of gerrymandering. We've all experienced penis envy, but envy no more. Stefanie Vines exposes the Men's movement in this week's cover story. SPORTS04 While next year's football season may seem like a long way off, a chorus of The Victors seems appropriate for Wolverine coach Gary Moeller's latest recruiting class. T...…

December 06, 1991 (vol. 102, iss. 48) • Page Image 1

…TODAY A little warmer; High: 32, Low: 22. TOMORROW Partly sunny; High: 45, Low: 32. tat n whNS DE The University and the AIDS virus. See FridayFOCUS Page 5. One hundred and one years of editorial freedom Vol. CiI, No. 48 Ann Arbor, Michigan - Friday, December 6, 1991 Gopre "ig =:19l .Engler abandons prepaid tuition by Stefanie Vines Daily Government Reporter Gov. John Engler abandoned a prepaid tuition state program in fa- vor of his ...…

December 06, 1991 (vol. 9, iss. 25) • Page Image 1

… 00 0 You by al COM( IBM-V l be surpise the thins that connecte to an Persona System. .. .:;, -: One year "" of maintenance on any 1990-1992 Mazda car or truck purchase. $75 in Sprinte long distance service. Up to $120 off American Airlines- tickets. 700ooff selected Sierra* computer game t software. When you're looking for a personal com- puter, make sure to look at all it comes with. The preloaded software. The mouse. The hard drive....…

November 06, 1991 (vol. 102, iss. 28) • Page Image 1

…TODAY Cloudy,.flurries; High: 40, Low: 18. TOMORROW Windy, very cold; High: 32, Low: 16. 4v 4ir 44or tr,,-qvr t!aan 143at7lij Michelle Horrigan leads spikers' resurgence. See SPORTS Page 10. One hundred and one years of editorial freedom Vol. CII, No. 28 Ann Arbor, Michigan - Wednesday, November 6,1991 heMcgaal Sharpton forum underscores Jewish-Black tension w by Rob Patton Daily Minority Issues Reporter As tempers flared during last Tuesd...…

September 06, 1991 (vol. 101, iss. 142) • Page Image 1

…PatyTODAY Patysunny, warm; High: 81, Low: 54. TOMORROW Pleasant; High: 77, Low: 54. A century of editorial freedom Ii~iFa: Return of the crossword puzzle. See Page 10. Vol. CI, 142 Ann Arbor, Michigan - Friday, September 6, 1991 Copyght 01991 The Michigan Daily " 0 Michigan opens season at Boston by Theodore Cox Daily Football Writer Wolverine fans should enjoy this weekend's football game all they can, because the next couple of weeks co...…

March 06, 1991 (vol. 101, iss. 105) • Page Image 1

…SAUSI should remain active. See OPINION Page 4. 4ir EAE TODAY Early rain, windy; High: 48, Low: 25. TOMORROW Partly sunny, breezy; High: 44, Low: 30. Since 1890 Vol. Cl, No. 105 Ann Arbor, Michigan - Wednesday, March 6, 1991 Cyg 1 The M icchiga DilU~y Peace orps renews 'U bond *by Rachel Freedman Thirty years ago, President John F. Kennedy stood on the steps of the Michigan Union to announce the idea of the Peace Corps. In commemoration o...…

February 06, 1991 (vol. 101, iss. 90) • Page Image 1

…RII I EMU logo change is a good sign. See OPINION Page 4. * e t t ii A ~ TODAY Mostly sunny; high 46, low 29 TOMORROW Phartlyclo udy; high42, ow 2. Since 1890 Coyigh 1 Vol. CI, No. 90 Ann Arbor, Michigan - Wednesday, February 6,1991 The Michigan Daily Hopes to 0 escape. ground w ar fade Associated Press President Bush said yesterday he doubts Iraq's army can be ex- pelled from Kuwait without a ground war and announced he is sending Defense...…

December 06, 1990 (vol. 101, iss. 65) • Page Image 1

…1£tgan 47D Vol. Cl, No. 65 Ann Arbor, Michigan - Thursday, December 6,1990 CPYfght1 'U', by Bethany Rob Daily Staff Reporter faces $2.47 million cut ertson State Senate approves education cut A one percent cut to higher edu- cation funding was approved by the state Senate yesterday and was ex- pected to pass the House last night, but University officials said they were thankful higher education was spared the 9.2 percent across-the- bo...…

November 06, 1990 (vol. 101, iss. 45) • Page Image 1

….rc re d a ti Vol. CI, No. 45 Ann Arbor, Michigan -Tuesday, November 61990a Michigan Da Candidates face apathy in '90 race by Henry Goldblatt Daily Politics Reporter Just another election year. This seems to be the general atti- tude surrounding Michigan's 1990} election season. Although much money and time have been invested in the campaign, public interest has not been sparked. Registration figures indicate that the total number of vote...…

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