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September 08, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 137) • Page Image 1

…TF WEr w %Ai.%#%616 %w Vwearer Today: Scattered thunderstorms. High 79. Low 63. Tomorrow: Windy. High 75. Oane hundred eight year of editorialfreedom Wednesday September 8, 1999 Ua flt ,' Bollinger seeks input on stadium halo's future WELCOME T hne staff of The Michigan Daily £ cwelcomes you back o campus. Today marks the first day of classes, new books and new professors. Each day of school we will attempt to keep the students, facul...…

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…2A - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 8, 1999 NATION/WORLD Viacom acquiring BS for $36B NEW YORK (AP) - Viacom Inc. is buying CBS Corp. in the richest media merger in history - a S36 billion deal that combines the owner of hip properties like MTV and VHI with the old-line network that brought you "60 Minutes" and "Murder, She Wrote." CBS, which changed hands just four years ago when it was bought by Westinghouse Electric Corp., wi...…

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… LOCAL/STATE The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 8, 1999 - 3A *HIGHER E DUCATION m Former student admits to making false transcript A former Iowa State University stu- went pleaded guilty last week to third- degree burglary, admitting that he broke into the school's Office of the Registrar to create fake transcripts with the intention of applying to the University of Michigan and several schools in California. The former student, Ali...…

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…4A - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 8, 1999 1g SEid9iguu Dalg Did you hear the one about the duck and the amoeba? 420 Maynard Street Ann Arbor, MI 48109 daily.letters@umich.edu Edited and managed by students at the University of Michigan HEATHER KAmINS Editor in Chief JEFFREY KOSSEFF DAVID WALLACE Editorial Page Editors Unless otherwise noted, unsigned editorials reflect the opinion of the majority of the Dailys editorial board...…

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…6A - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 8, 1999 U. Texas system to wait for Hopwood ruling By Jason Hunter tDaily T exan (Unive'rsity of Texas 4 AUSTIN, Texas (U-WIRE) - University of Texas System officials will wait for a deci- sion by the 5th US. Circuit Court of Appeals before they consider race as a factor in finan- cial aid and scholarships. In March 1996, Texas administrators sus- pended the Texas system's use of affirmative ...…

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…Wednesday, September 8, 1999 - The Michigan Daily -- New Student Editi 4 4 UNIVERTY SOUTH UNIVERSITY AREA ASSOCIATION DIRECTORY An eclectic area full of excitement where students and professionals walk side by side, enjoying the wide variety of shopping and dining. AMUSEMENTS/VIDEO Campus Video 611 Church . .. .662-8800 Pinball Pete's 04/1217 South U ..........662-3399 BANKS/ATM's National City 1100 South U .. .995-7830 Great Lakes 1123 So...…

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…8A - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 8, 1999AR ------ NATION/WORLD Multiple concussions can cause damage to athletes The last of summer fun CHICAGO (AP)- Two or more significant blows to the head while playing sports can harm teen-agers' thinking abilities for years to come, according to studies that suggest such injuries are more serious than some coaches and parents might think. Nearly 63,000 high school athletes a year suffer m...…

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… oopes' hits home N Gritty, guerilla style film documentary 'On the Ropes' opens. This film was the winner of the Special Jury Award at this year's Sundance Film Festival. Michigan Theater. 7 p.m. rirs Tomorrow in Daily Arts: U The List returns! See Daily Arts to learn what's happening during the first weekend of the semester. Wednesday September 8, 1999 W Forgettable 'Deep' fails to inspire By Matthew Barrett 1aly Arts Writer Inspired by...…

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…10A - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 8, 1999 __- JOIN THE DAILY! - 0. is looking for news reporters, sports writers, editorial page stff members, arts writers, photographers and online & staff members. to a mass meeting. Tuesday, Sept. 14 Thursday, Sept. 16 FOR CLTHEMVE GFTA7$7GENERL STRESS RELIEF, VISIT Frm r nomtoc m BRAwO.15SOEICUIGABERCROMBIE & FITCH, J. CREW, M o da ,Se t.2 EDI AETEGP IEWSEPESAND BATH & BODY WORKS.A7: 0 p m PYT...…

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…'Dinner' plays mental games By Ed Sholinsky Daily Film Editor Fracios Pignon (Jacques Villeret) works for the tax ministry and recreates architectural wonders out of This summer was plagued by dull movies; movies not matchsticks. He believes that Pignon is going to publish coming near catching the pure cinematic bliss the movies a book on his models, so he goes to his house before the are capable of producing. So it's with great relief that pa...…

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…12A - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 8, 1999 Gross-out, horror outperform The Washington Post billion, a few hundred million dollars movie in history, after "Titanic" ahead of last year's $2.6 billion. More He adds: "But I believe movies are There aren't many principles than that: The number of tickets sold is contagious. When you see movies you Hollywood holds sacred, but there are a up 8.5 percent. like, you go back to the movies...…

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…("h w tl Van Ryn bolts for Canadian team 0 By Mark Francescutti Daily Sports Writer After a long hot summer, the 4ichigan hockey team finds its num- ber of defensemen slowly melting away. Mike Van Ryn said yesterday he will forgo his junior and senior season at Michigan to play for the Canadian National Team. He joins Scott Crawford - who will transfer to another Division I school - as the lat- est defenseman to leave the Wolverines. 0 Mich...…

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…14A - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 8, 1999 'M' SCHEDULE AP COLLEGE FOOTBALL POLL USA ToDAYIESPN POLL ATHLETE OF THE WEEK Friday, Sept. 10 Field Hockey at Virginia. 4 p.m. Soccer vs. Arizona St.. 4 p.m. Volleyball vs. Syracuse in All Sport Challenge. 2 p.m. Volleyball vs. Pepperdine in All Sport Challenge. 7:30 n.m. Saturday, Sept. 11 Football vs. Rice. 12:10 p.m. Volleyball vs. Arkanss in All Sport Challenge, 7:30 pm. MLB RES...…

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…Wednesday, September 8, 1999 - The Michigan Daily - 15A 'M' basketball secures top in-state recruit TJ. BERKA .r Teping Off M ootball 'n 7 a~iallhas to ofe A realize you probably aren't ready for any of this. The 9 a.m. lec- tures, the book lines. And if you are a freshman, trying to figure out whether you are in Angell Hall, Mason Hall, Tisch Hall or the MLB. So I don't blame you if you aren't quite paying attention to this colunin. Thoug...…

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…16A - The Michigan Daily - Wedne IMichigan finds itsel .ly Michael Kern baily Sports Writer esday, September 8, 1999 men's cross country f a sufficient foe for now 4 The Michigan men's cross country team kicked off its season yesterday by running in the Michigan Open at the Michigan Golf Course. The Open, an intrasquad meet, acted as a time trial for the team, as well as a tryout for walk-on hopefuls. Junior Mike Wisniewski and sophomore M...…

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…Wednesday, September 8, 1999 - The Michigan Daily - 17A Soccer drops 4-1 decision to Missouri - ", Y UAVIDUUCHIND/Dily A familiar looking Michigan women's golf team heads into the 1999 season heavi- ly dependent on the talents of its young stars such as sophomore Bess Bowers. ,*Youth key for'M golf By Arun Gopal Daily Sports Writer You may have heard the proverb "youth will be served." In a sports con- text, this line refers to the changi...…

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…18A - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 8,1999 1 -9 - I , 98 I- -'1 Brady's performance not 0.1 enough to sway Carr - yet r By Rick Freeman Daily Sports Editor Apparently, 58-yards under pressure is good, but not good enough for fifth- year senior quarterback Tom Brady to wrest the second quarter from Drew Henson's hands. After Saturday's game, Michigan coach Lloyd Carr said that he would start Brady, but give the second quarter...…

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…Wednesday, September 8, 1999 - The Michigan Daily - 19A _ E IRV Alk f . r,,. 4 LATACK Continued from Page 13A But here was Jackson again, mak- ing option pitches to the referee, the student managers and everyone else but his teammates. Jackson's fourth- quarter interception was such a bad pass that Tommy Hendricks couldn't have dropped it if he tried. Sometimes, Jackson seemed unbeatable. At others, he was almost a handicap, dancing aro...…

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…20A - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 8,:1999 Woof! Browns rekindle love affair with Cleveland I CLEVELAND (AP) - Walking off the 18th green one day this sum- mer, Ty Detmer got his first taste of what it was like to be the Cleveland Browns' starting quarterback. "These guys looked like they had had a few," said Detmer, "and they just started barking at me. My dad looked over and said, "Now I know why you wanted to play here."' A...…

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…Wednesday, September 8, 1999 - The Michigan Daily - 21A Volleyball exceeds own expectations in Outback By Jon Zemke Daily Sports Writer With aspirations of a 2-1 record and a good fight against the top teams, Michigan went above and beyond, winning the Outback Steakhouse Tournament in Athens, Ga. The Wolverines won every match, including a sweep of No.7 Brigham Young in their first match, 15-13, 15-10, 15-13. The win was the first for Mark R...…

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…22A - New Student Edition - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 8, 1999 4j Owl xl. - s~ '}\ a \}q *Y QM. © e,9 . jyS ru U1 .. a ''+ 1 ..- - r-~ ,S?^Jil § {v111 f hL t :l:Jw.q > .u ' t 'CONVENIENT ANN ARBOR LOCATIONS:' Q400 S. Maple Rd. __ 264i1 Plymouth Rd." *CI734-213-2340 I*X 734-994-0600 H ours: Always Dpen (24 Hours) ?IwMA Hours: Always open (24 Hours) ~ 2502 Packard Rd. (near Stadium) 1j4745 Washleflaw (near 0523) 'W 734-971-0288 *...…

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…Wednesday, September 8, 1999 - The Michigan Daily - 23A 9: ' ,Climbing up Hill in Lions' life after Barry AP F ear the Spartans? Eastern coach Rick Rasnick doesn't. agles don't fear State despite history PSILANTI (AP) - It doesn't r Eastern Michigan coach Rick tasnick a bit that his Eagles are 32- oint underdogs in their season opener laturday at Michigan State. "I've been there before" Rasnick aid Tuesday. "I could care less about hose ty...…

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…24A - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 8, 1999 Umpires mourn their losses Associate Press Umpires' bitterness over their lost jobs was evident at Tuesday's funeral service for the wife of American League umpire Drew Coble. "His family has been abandoned by major league baseball and his bosses," said AL umpire Richie Garcia, a pallbearer at Kim Coble's funeral. "That's basically the sad part at this point." Garcia and Coble were among...…

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…C....... (T efrr,, Bal Section B Wednesday September 8, 1999 michigandaily com Dodgrng hetorw and icketers "Wa the hell is a SCUGA factor?" I shouted as I V leafed through the University's admissions poi- e. s a news reporter at the Daily in 1997, I covered the of one of the most infamous chapters in the niversity's history - the lawsuits challenging affirmative ction admissions policies in the College of Literature, cience and the Arts and ...…

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…2B - New Student Edition - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 8, 1999 INFORMATION 'U' CAN USE MAKE YOUR VOICE HEARD - WRITE A LETTER TO THE EDITOR THE MICHIGAN DAILY daily.letters@umich.edu THE ANN ARBOR NEWS LetternewsCaol.com DETROIT FREE PRESS editpg@freepress.com THE DETROIT NEWS lettersadetnews .com 'U' may risk alienating international studentsi By Paul Wong Daty Wt'toual Page Wntcr Other than the pressures of academic success...…

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…Wednesday, September 8, 1999 - The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - 38 homas Kuljurgis T E JoYs oF CR\SP PLEASC IAOLV' OV4-- rm TlhT CLk $ 1C3 FPULL Tentatively Speaking T 4\S SUCKS, 0& LT GO £IET SOME MNT- fle-4 VU LJO 6 L :-,V c9 Ikuljurqoum'i. -CjLk IM-W I It Chip Cullen Grind n the Nib Thomas Kuljurgis Ten tat : tpeaKinq vt' IN T*) tW (jYeU .4 J4 ACOKXORAGTO IWE LAL AFROI$N fc AUvvmNsu% S.~~Wu U (LJ~SMI EOAI>5 QVE9 IL 4...…

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…4B - New Student Edition - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 8, 1999 A2 is hotbed of ideas - both kneejerk and intelligent 9 ASHINGTON, D.C. - From the nation's capi- tal, Ann Arbor looks quaint and quiet. In com- parison to the rowdiness that politics engen- ders in this city, the University's political climate looks sedate. But looks can be deceiving. As a hotbed for the never-dormant affirmative action debate and numer- Jack ous ...…

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…Wednesday, September 8, 1999 - The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - 5B Bored wih dull conversation? Try sex! As a topic, o course S o, you're here - woo-hoo! It's a big scary University and there are about 30,000 people you don't know. Sure you can cruise the streets of Ann Arbor, hit a party or two, but once u've waded rough the pre- Jaimie liminary "where Winkler are you from" and "what classes are you taking" ques- tion and answer se...…

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…6B -New Student Edition - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 8, 1999 I Record stores - a melodious way to lose allyour money *t leaves a dent in your wallet. It reels you in every time you walk by. You just can't help yourself. It's the music store. It's a vice and Ann Arbor has at least nine of them right here on campus. When it comes to price, everything depends. If it's not a collectible, the used stuff costs less than new relea...…

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…Wednesday, September 8, 1999 - The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - 7& lFmad and the seven deadly sins - a beginners handbook: on't be fooled e-mail is not innocent. There are sins, my friends, that shall not be com- mitted. The temptations of e-mail are many; fall from grace in the land of login.itd.umich.edu is all but inevitable. Freshmen in particular are over- zealous c-mailers, some misguidedly thinking the number of messages i...…

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…88 - New Student Edition - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 8, 1999 Matt Wimsatt A Look Back i 1tv Your education won tjust be handed to you, whicis OK EXPERIENCE Continued from Page 18 year chemistry class? Your GSI could be enrolled in the medical school. In addition to their academic qualifications, all GSIs in the college of Literature, Science and the Arts take a mandatory course to prepare them to teach at the undergraduat...…

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…Ifour Vears - nowcrc near enough thne to do everythrng U , I'm finally a senior, aka. "almost done," a.k.a. "older than dirt."Yeah, it feels good. But don't get me wrong - it's also very frghtening. I'm not in any hurry to leave college and go out into the real world. It's taken three years for me to get used to Ann Arbor and to find "my place" here. Now that I've done so, I can't imagine being anywhere else. My only regret is that it took me ...…

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…- New Student Edition - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 8, 1999 INFORMATION'U' CAN USE LIVE MUSIC VENUES Alum finds 'fame' at start of career The Ark, 316 S. Main St., Ann Arbor Bird of Paradise, 207 S. Ashley St., Ann Arbor The Blind Pig, 208 S. First St., Ann Arbor 'lutch Cargo's, 65 E. Huron, Pontiac 24 Fox Theatre, 2211 Woodward, Detroit 31 Harpo's, 14238 Harper, Detroit 31 ill St. Entry, 65 E. Huron, Pontiac 24 The Palace of ...…

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…Wednesday, September 8, 1999 - The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - 3C t 0 e It's Suddenly, Arthur Miller's all the rage. Throughout the past two weeks, scores of articles and reviews have appeared, splashed across the pages of The New York Times, The New Yorker and Time Magazine, among others. While the prompting of such attention can be attrib- uted to the recent Broadway revival of "Death of Salesman" - the 50th anniver- sary p...…

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…4C2 - New Student Edition - The Michi -Wdedy etme .19 - Wednesday, September 8, 1999 ,u "*- I 1,II Ito'I, I I ii ~t hi r I TH E ORIGINALI L12 ~ ILUIAWM(714) QN- DR 'Angelo's Is the greatest place in the Big Ten... Folks curl aro und the block in an hour-long wait. All just to eat toast, hash browns, bacon, and eggs that happen to be the best on earth. The folks that run the place are great. Their fresh-baked raisin bread is world...…

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…Wednesday, September 8, 1999 - The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition -5C 4~ 'Ii MAKING, A SCENE Diversi of soun s melodfOUs to Aears By Chris Kula Daily Arts Writer If you simply stroll down State St. and listen to the music of passing cars, you'll quickly learn that Ann Arbor is truly a place of musical diversity. Unlike in East MUSIC Lansing, where Commentary seemingly every bass-kickin' Jeep Cherokee is blasting the same Master P so...…

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…6C - New Student Edition - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 8, 1999 Cruel' start to career ust fine with alum By Chris Cousino Daily TV/New %Jdia Editor Selma Blair wants to set the record straight. Rumor has it that she "will cook anything made with cheese" but Blair, a 1995 University graduate, admits "that is just a fallacy." "It makes me sound like I'm inventing new ways to put fromage in my food," she said, "I mean, I really h...…

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…% .,o ,i iesdlv c;-nber 8, 1999 - ' -The Mcgn Dai Nw Student Edition - 7C Iink raves are all about designer drugs and khno-snobbery? You're making a By Jason Birchineier f Daily Arts Writer D etroit raves have recently become an adventurous weekend activity for University students seeking something extraordinary. A decade ago these extrav- agantt dance parties began to occur in Detroit on a small scale. Along with the accompanying electro...…

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…8C - New Student Edition - The Michigan Daily -_Wednesday, September 8, 1999 Beat the rush! Avid fans flock to stores Record stores Offenng new releases as soon as they can By Jewel Gopwani Daily Arts Writer When the clock strikes midnight and it's officially Tuesday morning, do you know where you favorite new releases are? They're probably already at the music store waiting for you to get your hands on them before anyone else does. Tower Rec...…

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…Wednesday, September 8, 1999 - The Michigan Dail - New Student Edition - 9C Once strictly the stuff of rap videos, the '40' becomes a cheap staple of college life By Reily Brennan For the Daily There are entire subcultures in America today earmarked by the type of liquor they consume. Like rarefied drinkers of malted scotch, the people who drink beer in 40-ounce bottles .h e a method and charisma all their own. 'Championed by rap artists who...…

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…', __- A U'; k, I IN I I 531.1 a f ''I 4., w I 0 I I I I I I NEED HOUSING? GO WITH THE BEST! OVER 18 DIFFERENT LOCATIONS OVER 300 DIFFERENT APARTMENTS ON CENTRAL CAMPUS DON'T MISS OUT CALL TODAY (734) 761-8000 iPRIME S T UDE N T HO0U S i N I NC. 610 Church St. Ann Arbor across from Dollar Bill Copying visit our web site at: www.primeshcom /0. :i/ 4> .AONNNN%- ,ecyde r r&p n at) ReUse Center A Get Used Furniture, ...…

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…ANN ARo Section D Wednesday September 8, 1999 www.michigandaily.corm _--e-NEW rVelcome to a m lr STUDENT EDITION AAPD fights fae IDs college town - ou stilhave to eoutfun here "Make me recall my days in the New Jerusalem." , -Lauryn 2:11 here are certain refrains you get used to hearing if you spend enough time in this town. It won't take very long. C he girls at Michigan suck." abatt's? No, thanks. I only drink Bell's, served in a reshl...…

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…2D - New Student Edition - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 8, 1999 INFORMATION 'U' CAN USE City of Ann Arbor information Line (8 a.m. to 5 p.m.) after 5 p.m. call Mayor Ingrid Sheldon -Police Information :1ire Department Building Ordinance Enforcement District Court Parking Enforcement Recycling Argo Canoe Livery City Council (see Ward map) Ward 1: Tobi Hanna-Davies Patricia Vereen-Dixon Ward 2: Joseph Upton David Kwan Ward 3: Jea...…

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…Wednesday, September 8, 1999 - The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - 3D CIty to spruce up parking structures I PARKING Continued from Page 1D "We all need parking and we're always looking for it. It's important to understand that a lot of work goes toward making it 1ivailable," Pallac said. At least $30 million dollars is expected to be spent on the massive renovation project, not including the cost of one structure's remodeling that...…

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…- Thp. Mirhi Tho N anr Dhilv - Wecinesdav. September 8, 1999 J ERU SALEM GARDEN $1 any falafel sandwich -4 A Limit I Per Person Per Order 307 S. Fifth Ave. Phone #: 734-995-5060 exp. 12-31-99 we -, .oA jmv ms TANFAST IC TANNING SPA Best Tanning Salon I adg 250 for &,tP'Uhl ofALk Byzal MEXICAN RESTAU RANT Currt Rq1ers 198 CHILE PEPPER MGAZINE'S FIERY FOOD CHALLENGE, HOT SALSA DIVISION t~lo M. V- i 16146650 MEXICAN CAFE 333 E. H...…

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…Wednesday,September 8, 1999 -The Michigan Daily-New Student Edition - 5D 'Angelo's is the greatest place in the Big Ten... FoLks curt aro un d the block In an hour-long wait. A1ljust to eat toast, hash browns, bacon, and eggs that happen to be the best on earth. The folks that run the place are great. Their fresh-baked raisin bread Is world reknown." -from Big Ten Country by Bob Wood 1100 E. Catherine at Glen * 761-8996 Weekdays 6am-5pm Sat...…

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…6D - New Student Edition - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 8, 1999 Wealth of structures gives A2 a rich architectural legacy LEGACY Continued from Page ID Broadway, Wall, and Maiden Lane, after those in New York City, reflecting his desires for his business district to be the hub for a great city. Wineberg and Reade write that as the University grew and the "hilitoppers" - those who settled atop the gentle rise now capped by downtow...…

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…Wednesday, September 8, 1999 - The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - 7D JN\N 0 LNGHUEN TO Speakers, partiers object to bashing hash By Amy Barber Daily Staff Reporter Carrying fliers, bongs full of marijuana and signs reading "HEMP: Help Educate More People," "Relegalize Marijuana" and "Save The Trees - Plant Hemp," partici- pants in the 27th Hash Bash smoked pot freedy and protested hemp's illegal status April 4 on the Diag. The annu...…

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…8D -- New Student Edition - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 8, 1999 1 ' ,: 4 .,,.. ,,,,,,, .....ter-'"' ^'"' > . . .. :: -. e O KST SO REm 0 0Emma EKE, since Tradition 1934! } 3 o- 2 £# r- -, .. ... A' % ;... .kry .°.. x ; 'r"r r - . i } r { it } rf S j R w~lJw ON44 - 6L- -aI ~,vw w P-- i . r; f _________ - AZ mmom 4n. 0 . fir ' " ! + ig "'M4 P. 4h b) f 1 vs I' I I ra tgo , , . -- ,4 U.'a PF~ F i l...…

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