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October 09, 1997 (vol. 108, iss. 9) • Page Image 1

…1£ Eian tX aows: 76-DAILY dvrtislng 7640554 One hundred seven years of editorialfreedom Thursday October 9, 1997 ONO lis lot M fasketball report hits publictoday 3y Heather Kamins )aily Staff Reporter The report detailing the investigation of the igan men's basketball program most likely vi not uncover any new NCAA violations, iccording to a source close to the investigation. The complete 250-page report is scheduled to e distributed t...…

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…2A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, October 9, 1997 NATION/WORLD Pols vote to outlaw some abortions WASHINGTON (AP) - Heading toward a new face-off with President Clinton, the House gave final approval yesterday to a bill making it illegal for doe- tors to perform late-term abortions. Clinton vetoed a similar bill last year. His spokesperson said, "The president's position has not changed." 0,The House vote, 296-132, was more than enough t...…

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…I LOCAL/STATE The Michigan Daily - Thursday, October 9, 1997 - 3A 10 i Symposium to address genoncs research today Recent discoveries related to the -tiuman Genome Project as well as other genomic research will be present- .,d in a genomics symposium today. The goal of genomics research is to :determine the position and function of all genes for a particular species. Of the few organisms whose genomes already have been mapped, humans are no...…

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…4A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, October 9, 1997 UNe idNJtAFilg Ift 420 Maynard Street Ann Arbor, Ml 48109 Edited and managed by students at the University of Michigan JOSH WHITE Editor in Chief ERIN MARSH Editorial Page Editor Unless otherwise noted, unsigned editorials reflect the opinion of the majority of the Dailys editorial board. All other articles, letters and cartoons do not necessarily reflect the opinion of The Michigan Daily...…

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…TL,- M- J - T".-A- n - I& ^ Ll -. n I (It-U-, C: A Lo CA LSTATE TeMiigan Daiy - Thursay, Octoer9 - California term limit ruling unlikely to affect Michigan A LANSING (AP) - Although a fed- eral appeals court Tuesday struck down a California term limits law, the ruling is unlikely to have any effect on a similar law in Michigan, term limit ivocates said yesterday. But those opposing Michigan's term limits said the ruling gives them additiona...…

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…6A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, October 9, 1997 *********PARKING!********** Fall '97 parking available. On campus parking! Special rates! 665-8825. BICYCLES - ALL SPEEDS, big & small frames. $30-up. Good condition. 475-3238. CABLE DESCRAMBLER KIT $14.95 view all premium & pay-per-view channels. 1-400-752-1389. SECURED GARAGE parking space avail- able next to South & West Quad. Please call CMB at 741-9300. 1993 INFINITI-330T, loaded, 43,0...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Th .Afican doctor discusses female circumcision myths By Peter Romer-Friedman Daily Staff Reporter Nahid Toubia, the first woman doctor of the African nation of Sudan, set off a *ery dialogue last night in Rackham about the truth of female circumcision. Toubia was born in Sudan, but has worked all over the world as a neuro- surgeon, pediatric surgeon and general practitioner. She is a feminist, a politi- cal activist and ...…

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… Uahe idajan ktflg SCOres -as MAJOR LEAGUE PRO BASEBALL HOCKEY ATLANTA 7. DETROIT 3, Floda 1 Dallas 1 Sewes !ed 11 MONTREAL 3, BALTIMORE 3, Pittsburgh 0 Cleveland 0 New Jersey 4, Baltimore leads 10 PHILADELPHIA 1 Washington 6. NY ISLANDERS 3 NY Rangers 3, EDMONTON .3 Boston at Phoenx, Inc. Thursday October 9, 1997 Soccer hits soft part of se edule 3 Andy Latack Daily Sports Writer For the Michigan soccer team, this wekend should serve as ...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Thursday, October 9, 1997 - 9A AROUND THE I5TEN CONFERENCE Ohio State, Penn State face off in big showdown By Daniel Ped For the Daily ith only one weekend of Big Ten y complete, the usually fuzzy Rose Bowl.picture has started to clear up ever so slightly. While Iowa burst into nation- al prominence with a dominating 4-0 start, it was dealt a crippling 23-7 defeat at the hands of Ohio State. Although it is only one early ...…

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…JQA - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, October 9, 1997 Erickson shuts down Cleveland to give 0's 1-0 series lead. BALTIMORE (AP) - Hey, the American League has great pitchers, too. Scott Erickson shut down Cleveland on just four hits over eight innings, and Brady Anderson and Roberto Alomar bomered last night to lead the Baltimore Orioles over the Indians, 3-0, in the open- er of the AL championship series. With all the attention focused on the...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Thursday, October 9, 1997 - ilA M' women's cross country looks to be cohesive 4 Sy Rick Freema But wh For the Daily times is a When the Michigan women's cross country answers, r team runs in the Michigan Intercollegiate runners w tomorrow, coach Mike McGuire will be any las counting on his big three. It's the other two Wolverin nners that have been the Wolverines' Wolverin biggest worry. worked s The Wolverines lost a c...…

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…12A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, October 9, 1997 Blue runs from Montana to Maine By Chis Duprey Daily Sports Writer Slowly but surely, the Michigan men's cross country team is racking up its fre- quent-flyer miles. Last weekend, the Wolverines traveled to Missoula, Mont., for the Mountain West Classic. Two time zones away from horne, Michigan won the invitational, earning its biggest victory to date. The Wolverines knocked off ranked te...…

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…16B The Michigan Daily Week Magazine - Thursday tober 9, 1997 MIDTERMS Continued from Page 38 with customers, especially during midterms. At certain cafes, there are often people left hovering around, waiting for a table to become available. One reason that cafes tempt weary studiers is that they often provide a much more comfortable atmosphere filled with cheerful bantering rather than stress-filled silence M , and frustrated sighs. Many cof...…

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…2B -Th*, rchgan DailyWeeken agai r~- ,Thu1Sy,, *Ctce,, x1997 00 90 S ,h4 Mih nii W Caffeine attracts those who long for a quick energy jolt By Runt Murphy For the Daily What does a double mocha latte have that attracts a stressed-out college stu- dent? Caffeine - our best friend when our bodies need sleep and we want to stay awake. Caffeine is a plant product that is most commonly found in coffee, tea and soft drinks. According to Univ...…

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…*. . . . . . . a .. x . . . . . _ _ . , . T*. 14B TecaD e Wo 14B -The Michigan Daily Weeketd MaT zie fiursday, October 9, 1997 - -- - ---- *---- *--- FI LIST' A weekly guide to who's where, what's happening and why you need to be there ... The Michigan baiy Weken' MIDTERMS ATTACK 'U' Students search for the perfect studying e thursda CAMPUS CINEMA The Pillow Book (1997) Ewan McGregor stars in a film that combines eroticism and Japanese...…

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… 4B -- The Michigan Daily Weekend Magazine - Thursday, October 9, F1997 0 0 The Michigan Daiy %4ke64M I ..V .T.iV...GM.. wMe. . f v Exam-time stress assails campus By Steve Deckrow For the Daily "You get one shot. Two hours and it's over," said Joe Zawacki, an Engineering junior. His words sum up about every exam students take at the University - exam time is crunch time for everyone. What makes exams so bad, worse than even research p...…

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…12B - Th ichiganDaily Weeken agazine - Thursday,_Octer_9,_1997 r Q State of the Arts COME0OUT, COME OUT WHEREVER YOU ARE The Michigan Daily Weekend Magazine - Thursday, October 9, 19 - 58 [i University Feature Bentley Library peevshisoy1 We're here. We're queer. Get used to it." This is one of many catch phrases you may hear this week, this week of celebration, this week of tossing your inhibitions aside, this week of being yourself, this we...…

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… _____~t....i ~ Thli.SA-A/ A fi .0 4007 0 6Bt --The'sticeigan Datty vwvnu suagazm ;inIur soy uuy, S tiVLJOO [~Television Feature ' - Sci ence-fiction programs inspire Viewers imaginations By Gabriel Smith eral categories, from the serious ("The how has sci-fi evolved over time; and But sci-fi is so much more. Sci-fi is sci-fi shows dealt with human emoti For the Daily Outer Limits"), to the bizarre ("The why is it so popular? what it says...…

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…--..... J0 -M itoi 6bn Di weekeigain ~-Thursdiay, oe,19 ;a_ - h- . ,- .,. e ti 0 The Michigakaily Weekeniq M IQ Television Feature - VH1 show reshapes music video concept GO AHEAD, MAKE MY DAY it vhe Rolling Stones' videos are frequently featured on VH's "Pop Up Video." Nom T .,. By stove Parusl Wlz For the Daily In the late 1970s, a brand-new way to deliver music to the public was born amidst the rise of punk rock and the f...…

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…8B - The Michigan Daily Weekenay, Otoer9, 1997 Photostory by Louis Brown (Clockwise from left) Senior Minister Robert Livingston washes dishes after a dinner at the First Congregational Church. y Maria Coward fills a pitcher with drinking water for the thirsty at the First Baptist Church of Ann Arbor. U Dale Breval enjoys dinner at the First Baptist Church. s * Lance Dobbins recives food from #c sa volunteer worker at the First Baptist " ,Chur...…

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