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April 09, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 110) • Page Image 1

…News: 76-DAILY Advertising: 764.0554 WEill *ri One hundred seven years of editor'ilfreedom Thursday April 9, 1998 '. ... .. .. . ...... . .. .. ", . . r , m t . . . ,i I cancer specialists see hope * study By Nika Schulte Daily Staff Reporter As promising findings in breast can- cer prevention make news across the country, the University medical com- munity is watching on with hopeful- ness and skepticism. The National Cancer Institute ...…

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….2A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, April 9, 1998 NATION/WORLD PANEL Continued from Page 1A said race is more than just skin tone. It is an identity that includes experience and ideology, he said. "It should be a goal to emphasize a cmmon humanity for all people," Moutz said. "If we're after diversity, the proper way to achieve it is to ask." The panels also debated the use of gender preferences. Graves avoided discussing this issue becaus...…

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… LOCAL/STATE The Michigan Daily - Thursday, April 9, 1998 - 3A RESEARCH Mammography laws in Michigan prove effective In 1989, the state of Michigan enact- ed some of the nation's toughest mam- mography regulations, which were tightened again in 1994. A recent study led by University Medical rescaicher Lou Fintor con- firmed that these standards helped to improve the image quality of mammo- grams and did not limit access to can- cer screening...…

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…4A -The Michigan Daily - Thursday, April 9, 1998 albe ffiirbigw &dlg 420 Maynard Street Ann Arbor, MI 48109 Edited and managed by students at the University of Michigan LAURIE MAYK Editor in Chief JACK SCHILLACI Editorial Page Editor Unless otherwise noted, unsigned editorials reflect the opinion of the majority of the Daily s editorial board. All other articles, letters and cartoons do not necessarily reflect the opinion of The Michigan D...…

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…-NATION/WORLD The Michigan Daily - Thursday, April 9, 1998 - 5A 'Americans help to slowly reduce the national debt WASHINGTON (AP) -- It's mostly checks for $10 or $15, but one man sent real gold, and an 84- year-old Minnesota woman chipped in $15,235 to help pay off the national debt. A few benevolent souls even tucked a little something extra in with their tax returns. The Minnesotan, retired librarian Gudrun Hertsgaard of Minneapolis, ma...…

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… 6A The Michigan Daily - Thursday, April 9, 1998 i 1 ;I /% BOXES, BOXES AND MORE BOXES AVAILABLE IFOR: Packing, Storing, Moving, Shipping * Shipments for international students going home * Color copies 8oo a piece * UPS authorized shipping outlet Packing Service and Supplies available * Evening Pick-ups upon Appointment! THE STORAGE CHEST SELF-STORAGE UNITS 5' X 5' AND LARGER nStoag Ann Arbor, MI 48104 313-663-0690 SPECIAL STUDENT PRI...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Thursday, April 9, 1998 - 9A i s UE help~wanted 11 1 L -,.... . AI"l'EN'I'ION STUI)ENTS.. I Tli i'FUJNID is hiring!! Create your own chdul, gain valuable computer skills. Paid uses up to $8/hr. or application & info stop by 611 Church 304 or call 998-7420. !OFFICE PERSON, lP/[ 20 hrs./wk. Flex. 'ched., pleasant environment, management kills & resume building. Downtown AA. C skills a must 761-7204. $$ SUMMER INTERNSIIIP...…

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… 19A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, April 9, 1998 NATION/WORLD~-- Starr continues P t WASH INGTON (AP) From fraudulent land deals in Arkansas to taped al legaions of sex with the pres- ident, Whitewater prosecutor Kenneth Starr is conducting two criminal investigations into possible obstruc- tion of justice. With President Clinton tmder inves- tigation in the Monica fe-winky probe, first lady lillary Rodham Clinton and a forner law partne...…

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… $coreboard. MERICAN Toronto at AGUE MINNESOTA, inc. Cleveland 6, NATIONAL OAKLAND 5 LEAGUE OAKLAND 3, Montreal at Cleveland 1 MILWAUKEE, ppd, N.Y. Yankees 4, N.Y. Mets at SEATTLE 3 Chicago, ppd. Texas at PHILADELPHIA 9, CHICAGO, ppd Florida 5 PITTSBURGH 5, Atlanta 3 NBA BASKETBALL New Jersey 117, BOSTON 104 Milwaukee 107, TORONTO 100 PHILADELPHIA 109, Charlotte 101 be idiigan 1Ai~g S ORTw Tracking 'M' champions Remember the Rose Bowl? Reli...…

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…12A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, April 9, 1998 I Spartan fans invade home, but Michigan By Mark Francescutti which boasts the No. I duo in the region. and Stephanie Offen "We've been playing so well at one Daily Sports Writers and two, that the match has been decided According to the schedule, last night's while No. 3 is still out there and I think, match at the Varsity Tennis Center was a naturally, it's hard not to let down," assis- ho...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Thursday, April 9, 1998 - 13A Jiribernik obeys age- old rule in victory y Jacob Wheeler die." V Men's golf mixes up lineup in attempt to recover from slump Daily Sports Wter It starts at the youngest level of baseball. Little league coaches *ross America tell their future major league pitchers to get ahead of the hitters. 'Just throw the ball over the plate and the rest will take care of itself,' they say. 'Let your i...…

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…14A - TheMichigan Daily-- Thursday, April 9, 1998 _ 'U' group to sponsor 'spoken word extravaganza' 6 By Chris Cousino Daily Arts \\'riter WVIth the spark of a pen, words ebb onto a withcred spiral notebook with the fluidity of a river. A voice, fused with the spiritual essence of life and a cup of coffee, cries out to pour itself nakedly in the open for anyone to hear its brief Moment of epiphany. Welcome to the Undergraduate Spoken Word ...…

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…i6B - The Michigan Daily Weekend MILLER Continued from Page 3B opera production,' Miller said. "It's one thing to just study themusic, but the experience of actually physically being there, working with singers, work- ing with musicians, is something you can only do when you have the job. It's an interesting profession because you have to wait until you're in front of a group before you can practice." She received a Master's in wind con- ducti...…

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… 7W7 0 vv ww The Michigan Dailv Week( 2B - The Michigan Daily Weekend Magazine - Thursday, April 9, 1998 People make the place ... Nowhere is that more true than on the University campus, where thousands of interesting men and women lead diverse lives within just a few square miles. Some of their faces are familiar to many. Students roaming Central Campus recognize the men who sell incense at the arcade and arch. Regulars on the big blue ...…

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…a v 0 0 14B - The Michigan Daily Weekend Magazine - Thursday, April 9, 1998 The Michigan Daily Wee Sw s LOCAL FLAVOR Students, A2 residents influence colorful 'l Lollapalooza canceled; 'Space' sinks 'Titanic' Music ~ The rumors are now officially true - for the first time in the past seven years, there will be no Lollapalooza tour this summer. Following recent spec- ulation about the ability of the mega- alterna-festival's organizers ...…

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… S U S V 4B - The Michigan Daily Weekend Magazine - Thursday, April 9, 1998 S S S w e 7W7 -W The Michigan Daily We( Loyd provides helpful, friendly service to A2 post office customers Prof. Brian Coppola takes on the world By Joanne Alnjar Daily Arts Writer While his acconi to his students - he By Steve Glick l,, r the Daily Newv man from "Seinfeld." Cliff C(ljvin from "Cheers" and ienry Lo d from Ann Arbor -what do they all have...…

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…1B - Michigan Daily Weeken# agazine - Thursday, Apri, 1998 Louis tanczakows thatgg es9 doesn't matter, though aging does pd 0 The M igan Daily Weeke To ShakeyJake, life in ol' Ann Arbor is full of stories and songs,' By Elizabeth Lucas Daly Weekend, etc. Editor Think that scientific breakthroughs are only made in professional research labs? Think again. University students like Louise Stanczak demonstrate that effective scientific research...…

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…6B - The Michigan Daily Weekend Magazine - Thursday, April 9, 1998 67 w 7f -W The Michig, Daily Weeken El State of the Arts WCBN DJ enlivens airwaves with her spunky personality THE LAST WORTHLESS COLUMI By Gina Rasmussen D ily Arts \Writer Music plays a role in everyone's life in one way or another. For Art senior Nirrranda L. Tarrow, assistant music director and promotions coordinator of WCBN. 88.3, music is something she apprecia...…

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…"10- The Michigan Daily Weekend Magazine - Thursday, April 9, 1998 Student filmmaker does 'Final Cut' of ambitious horror film 0 0 Th Michigan Daily Weel D Weekend, etc. Column LET THE SUN SHINE IN By Elizabeth Lucas Daily Weekend, etc. Editor "As a kid, I saw 'E.T.' when I was 7. Then I picked up my dad's 8-millimeter camera, and me and my brother made a four-minute 'Return of E.T.'" For LSA junior Mike Stern, the rest is history. Stern ...…

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