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January 29, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 69) • Page Image 1

…Not that anyone in the Unviersity administration cares, but here's a few suggestions for what we could do with the Diag policy. Sure, you've heard the name before, but you just can't picture the face. Jenny Silverberg offered 100 students a Who's Who at the University quiz. Check out the results. Iowa has not played a home game since the tragic death of Hawkeye Chris Street. Tomorrow, the Hawkeyes host Michigan in what is sure to be an emoti...…

January 28, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 68) • Page Image 1

…Gov. Engler's State of the State address set forth an ambitious legislative agenda for Michigan - one that we sincerely hope never gets passed. The 16th annual Ann Arbor Folk Festival is coming back to Hill Auditorium Saturday night, headlined by Nanci Griffith and with a spirit of revival in the air. SPEE TS= A young Wolverine men's gymnastics team is looking to win a fifth consecutive NCAA regional berth. Check the Daily's men's gymnastics...…

January 27, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 67) • Page Image 1

…The cutting of the Department of Population Planning and International Health will be a blow to the University's profitability and leadership in this important field. George Miller's "Lorenzo's Oil" gives the real life story of 5-year old Lorenzo Odone's struggles with a nerve disorder. Jon E. Altshul reviews this film starring Susan Sarandon and Nick Nolte. The Michigan men's basketball team used clutch free-throw shooting to beat Ohio Stat...…

January 26, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 66) • Page Image 1

…An incinerator by any other name is still just an incinerator. Pick your favorite euphemism for the University's latest pollution creator. Louis Mallee successfully fought the MPAA to earn an R-rating for his latest film, "Damage." Read Michael Thompson's review to find out if it's any good. SPOT Last year, the Michigan-Ohio State men's basketball series was a war in three acts. Tonight's contest may not be so dramatic, as Ohio State just ai...…

January 25, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 65) • Page Image 1

…The proposed law that would suspend minors' drivers licenses for possession of alcohol does not fit the crime, and trivializes the more serious crime of driving drunk. Tom Kalin's "Swoon" has arrived at the Michigan Theater, and the Daily's own Camilo Fontecilla is there. The film explores the relationship between famed murderers Leopold and Loeb. Daily Basketball Writer Ken Davidoff takes us on a journey through time to show us why - though...…

January 22, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 64) • Page Image 1

…FridayFOCUS Hail to the Chief! The new chief, that is - Bill Clinton. Dave Shepardson takes a look back at the inauguration and what it meant to the people who were there. Why aren't more plays made into movies? Producer Gladys Nederlander doesn't know, either. Her filmed version of Tennessee Williams' "Orpheus Descending" proves it's possible. Illinois pays a visit to Crisler Arena tomorrow to take on the Michigan men's basketball team. The...…

January 21, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 63) • Page Image 1

…Newly-elected regents Larry Deitch and Rebecca McGowan should remember that while they run the University, students are the University. WEEKEND- etc. Back from the U.S.S.R.! You don't know how lucky you are to be able to read Katherine Metres' story on her winter break trip to the former Soviet Union. Who was that masked man? It was Michigan forward Chris Webber, and he and the Wolverines picked up an 80-73 victory at Minnesota. Today Occas...…

January 20, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 62) • Page Image 1

…Watch that frisbee! Hide your hacky sack! You never know what may be illegal under the University administration's latest oppressive version of its Diag policy. You were probably expecting Madonna's latest film "Body of Evidence" to be a cinematic triumph. Surprisingly enough, it falls short. Read the review of the Material Girl's latest effort. The Michigan men's basketball team returns to Big Ten action tonight when the Wolverines travel t...…

January 19, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 61) • Page Image 1

… The key to understanding is communication. The group Jews and Muslims for Better Understanding demonstrates how different groups of people can learn to get along. Did you miss the play "for colored girls who have considered suicide/when the rainbow is enuff?" Too bad, because it was great. Read Melissa Rose Bernardo's review. The luck of the Irish meant that Mi:higan didn't play that well Saturday. Otherwise, Notre Dame would have lost wors...…

January 15, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 60) • Page Image 1

…Want to make a dream come true? Then, take Kathryn Kramer's second novel, "Rattlesnake the time on Martin Luther King Day to consider Farming," takes a look at history from a variety of race relations and how they can be improved. perspectives - four, to be exact. Read Joshua Keidan's review of this work. Despite facing a team that will start four sophomores, Notre Dame is concerned about its inexperience when it faces Michigan tomorrow. Of c...…

January 14, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 59) • Page Image 1

…The state of Michigan must enforce its environmental protection laws and stop letting companies like Envotech duck its responsibilities. WEEKEND etc. What was your favorite raovie of 1992? You didn't have one? Maybe you weren't looking hard enough. Aaron Hamburger uncovers the best films of the past year. SPORTS 5 The Michigan women's basketball team lost a 65-62 heartbreaker to archrival Michigan State last night at Crisler Arena. Today Co...…

January 13, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 58) • Page Image 1

…Sick of buying coursepacks and paying as much money in publisher royalties as most books? If the University operated its own copy shop, you wouldn't have to. The Spin Doctors are playing 7:30 tonight at The Michigan Theatre. Andy Cahn takes a look at this popular band and their meteoric rise to celebrity status. The Michigan women's basketball team faces off against a Michigan State team lacking two of its starters tonight at 7:30 p.m. at Cr...…

January 12, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 57) • Page Image 1

…The First Amendment is on the line when the Ann Arbor Board of Education votes tomorrow on how much control public school officials should have over student publications. Mstislav Rostropovich is a noted cellist, but his performance Sunday at Hill Auditorium didn't live up to his reputation. Read Kirk Wetters' review The Michigan men's basketball team will host Bob "Mr. Sunshine" Knight tonight, as his No. 5 Indiana Hoosiers visit Crisler Ar...…

January 11, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 56) • Page Image 1

…Under the guise of trying to avoid a confrontation, University President James Duderstadt missed an opportunity to stand up against government discrimination. If you're interested in finding out what's wrong with American culture, go see "Hoffa." However, if you're interested in seeing a good movie, look elsewhere. Last season, Wisonsin gave the Michigan men's basketball team a wake-up call in the second game of the conference schedule. This...…

January 08, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 55) • Page Image 1

…When a city slicker spends winter break in the Wild, Wild, West, culture shock is inevitable. Read Melissa Peerless' account of her four-day experience on a Texas dude ranch. Nerd finds love Down Under in the Australian coming-of-age movie, "Flirting." Read Michael John Wilson's review of this John Dugan film. Michigan opened the Big Ten season with an 80-70 victory at Purdue, giving the Wolverines their third victory over a top-10 team in f...…

January 07, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 54) • Page Image 1

…0P Me]N4 The Gargoyle is the University's humor magazine,. but no one was laughing when a printer refused to publish the current issue. Thankfully, cooler heads and First Amendment rights prevailed. Most critics agree that director Rob Reiner's "A Few Good Men" is fine film, but the Daily's Aaron Hamburger speculates as to how much Reirvr had to do with it. Riding the crest of a nine-game winning streak, the Michigan men's basketball team op...…

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...…

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