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March 20, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 95) • Page Image 1

…eather onight: Cloudy, scattered now showers. Low 20°. omorrow: Mostly cloudy. igh in low 30s.. WE One hundredflve years of editorilfreedom Unt Wedneday March 20, 1996 a. .,zp M k . my} ryo f a ^ *. ' .~t ' k d a r , :st,,. wc a . ,L .;sL"^<>r t r bole wins Midwes Election sites report low campus turnout; senate majority leader put over the top By Stephanie Jo Klein Buchanan, with a vote total more than voted in the primary. Daily Staff...…

March 21, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 96) • Page Image 1

…eather onight: Mostly cloudy, low 0% omorrow: Mostly cloudy, igh 30'. It U ti One hundredjfve years ofeditorialfreedom Thursday March 21, 1996 So rx ^ ION a oposal estructures tudent fee, rograims curie Mayk aily Staff Reporter Student activities fees and program ing would be restructured and con- olidated under a recent proposal by ichigan Student Assembly Presiden lint Wainess. Wainess' proposal consolidates the tudent tuition fees f...…

March 22, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 97) • Page Image 1

…eather onight: Mostly cloudy with urries, in the lower 30s. omorrow: Partly cloudy, w around 20°. 1£.'EAn t1 One hundredfve years of editorialfreedom Friday March 22, 1996 ,VOL?'l, O. oposal to Report due this summer would require first-year students to participate y Jodi Cohen aily Staff Reporter influential University committee will rec- mmend this summer that all first-year students be equired to enroll in a living-learning community,...…

March 25, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 98) • Page Image 1

…It f One hundred f ive years of editorfrl freedom NBather ronight: Mostly cloudy, Nhance of snow, low 21%. romorrow: Cloudy, chance )f snow, high 34°. Monday March 25, 1996 019 TeMchgn at Vgh e ld to show support of ihiwan By Katie Wang Jaily Staff Reporter More than 200 students and local residents gathered on the Diag on Fri- lay night for a candlelight vigil to ;how support for Thiwan. Carefully holding their candles, the participants...…

March 26, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 99) • Page Image 1

…eather onight: Clear and windy, ow 13. omorrow: Partly sunny, igh 34°. I wei r One /undredfrve years of editorialfreedom Untt f Tuesday March 26, 1996 t j .-I Law pr Group's four proposals tackle school's racial atmosphere y Heather Miller Staff Reporter embers of the Ad Hoc Committee n Issues of Race, Gender and Sexual- ty gathered in Hutchins Hall yesterday o tabulate results from an open roll call f Law School faculty on the issue o...…

March 27, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 100) • Page Image 1

…Bather night: Partly sunny, low ound 25°. morrow: Snow changing rain, high of 41°. Ctnn 'ElWan ti One /undredfve years of editorialfreedom Wednesday March 27, 1996 v: ,tii .8_kE- ib , S k.. . . t . , x" i S . .. IZ, ; , aw School cts to ease "10"?0 ensions ther Miller ai y Staff Reporter In the wake of racial tensions within e University's Law School, the school's culty and administration are adopting ree resolutions in an attempt to he...…

March 28, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 101) • Page Image 1

…eather onight: Chance of rain, ow around 34. omorrow: Clear and dry, igh around 25. ~t 'Elan tt ti One hundred five years of edi'tonialfreedom Thursday March 28, 1996 3 6"" vi ! Y14,AFA8 "'yv Y' 1Sl p. art, ry. +, " -: uH ' Ee^n "" e' "o N I k 'y(, " a The Michigan Daily E ", 11 9011 'A d!'N icers to e on BU Miohn Lerok D~aily Sports Editor The NCAA semifinals are nothing new for the Michigan hockey team. Four of the past five years, th...…

March 29, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 102) • Page Image 1

…One hundred flve years of editorzal freedom ti Weather Tonight: Partly cloudy, low in the mid-30s. Tomorrow: Mostly cloudy. High in the mid-50s. Friday March 29, 1996 Rose, Mehta to lead MSA Michigan Party stays in power for 4th consecutive year , i I I Election director says voter turnout down from recent years By Laurie Mayk Daily Staff Reporter Undefeated as a presidential contender, the Michi- gan Party captured the presidency of th...…

March 01, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 82) • Page Image 1

…WE Weather Tonight: Mostly cloudy, low 0. Tomorrow: Cloudy, high in the mid-20s. lMr t Un0 w One hundred four years of editorial freedom Unt Wednesday March 1, 1995 I #o&i jP mo, Al ' - z b ry .i a j Y a, c , t r x fWi7 the 171 chlAjm bally.'. I student Affairs further delays release code amendments By Cathy Boguslaski Daily Staff Reporter Almost a month after student panelists met to amend the Statement of Student Rights and Responsi...…

March 02, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 83) • Page Image 1

…it r an :4rn~ Weather Tonight: Partly cloudy, low 10°. Tomorrow: Partly cloudy, high around 30% Thursday March 2, 1995 One hundred four years of editorial freedom .'U' researcher: Fruit pectin may stop prostate cancer By visa Ponis For the Daily Two researchers, including one from the University, have discovered that citrus pectin has the potential to arrest the spread of pros- tate cancer, the most commonly diagnosed cancer among Americ...…

March 03, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 84) • Page Image 1

…2~ itt *rni Weather Tonight: Partly cloudy, low around 20' Tomorrow: Increasing clouds, high around 40°. One hundred four years of editorial freedom Friday March 3, 1995 Balanced-budget amendment fails in Senate by 2 votes From Staff and Wire Repons WASHINGTON - The Senate yesterday narrowly defeated a pro- posed constitutional amendment to balance the budget, ending more than a month of increasingly bitter rheto- ric and scuttling the c...…

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...…

March 07, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 85) • Page Image 1

…It One hundred four years of editorialfreedom 1Wl Weather Tonight: Rain and snow likely, low around 30%. Tomorrow: Mostly cloudy, high in the mid-30s. Tuesday March 7, 1995 I Vl. C a,.NA.m i A n rbr, t-h0 n 1 he miigally I MSA exec. field widens to 7 tickets Jump for Mark Detsky >I N and Heather } urger enjoy the warmer weather while playing on the Moonwalk. The Moonwalk was on the Diag . yesterday to promote the Senior Pledge Drive...…

March 08, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 86) • Page Image 1

…WE One hundred four years of editoriial1 freedom tti Weather Tonight: Partly cloudy, low around 15. Tomorrow: Partly sunny, high around 350 Wednesday March 8, 1995 I Jill1 I Regents plan board's 1st structural overhaul in 70 years By Ronnie Glassberg Daily Staff Reporter The University Board of Regents is plan- ning to overhaul its structure for the first time since the 1920s, with a proposal to add com- mittees and change the forum f...…

March 09, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 87) • Page Image 1

…2~ it I an Un WNeather Tonight: Partly cloudy, low in the upper teen. Tomorrow: Partly sunny, high around 40. One hundred four years of editorial freedom Thursday March 9, 1995 Umiversity, state settle hazardous-waste suit out of court By Daniel Johnson Daily Staff Reporter The University and the state De- partment of Natural Resources an- nounced yesterday that they have reached a settlement for the pending litigation over the Universit...…

March 10, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 88) • Page Image 1

…WE One hundred four years of editorial freedom ti Weather Tonight: Warmer, high 45. Tomorrow: Dry and milder, high around 50'. Friday March 10, 1995 z~. p 0 I.Advisory committee begins national search for provost By Cathy Boguslaski Daily Staff Reporter A committee to advise President James J. Duderstadt on a replacement for outgoing Provost Gilbert R. Whitaker Jr. held its first meeting yesterday. Whitaker, who is also the University's ...…

March 13, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 89) • Page Image 1

…Jrb Unt Weather Tonight: Partly cloudy, low 40% Tomorrow: Mostly sunny, high 70'.. One hundred four years of editorial freedom Monday March 13, 1995 " Student Affairs releases student panel's code amendments By Cathy Bogusiaski Daily Staff Reporter Students who commit offenses anywhere may now be accountable to the University for their actions if revisions to the code of non- academic conduct are approved. The Statement of Student Rights...…

March 14, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 90) • Page Image 1

…It,, Ut' Weather Tonight: Mostly cloudy, low in the mid-40s Tomorrow: Partly sunny, high in the 60s. One hundred four years of editorial freedom Tuesday March 14, 1995 Sf . Native American students may lose tuition waiver By Zachary M. Raimi Daily Staff Reporter Pamela Bowser's college educa- tion may end a year early if Gov. John Engler's proposal to eliminate funding for Michigan's 19-year-old Indian Tu- ition Waiver program passes t...…

March 15, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 91) • Page Image 1

…~~t1v ti Weather Tonight: Dry, low in the mid 30s. Tomorrow: Partly sunny, highs in the upper 50s. One hundred four years of editorial freedom Wednesday March 15, 1995 11 h..-li il1ia i 'Assembly condemns leadership 4rogram By Amy Klein Daily Staff Reporter The Michigan Student Assembly passed a resolution last night oppos- ing executive officers' participation in Leadership 2017, a University- sponsored training program for stu- dent le...…

March 16, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 92) • Page Image 1

…WE4, 'cra tit weather Tonight: Partly cloudy. Low around 30°. Tomorrow: Partly sunny, high around 51. One hundredfour years of editorial freedom Thursday March 16, 1995 [Vl Get No. Committee votes to cut 'U' funding K 4 Over the .. = .t, top y - Engineering -' l. . 1 juniors Ola r 7f Sprauten (right) and Jeff Ripple ! F S 6n>'Y struggle during - Chi Psi s r fraternity's first annual Arm- _ s -- f .' Wrestlemania .- contest f - , yesterd...…

March 17, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 93) • Page Image 1

…WE F! * lET WI r One hundred four years of editorial freedom Weather Tonight: Mostly clear, low around 300. Tomorrow: Mostly sunny, high around 500. Friday March 17, 1995 -'4 - -.4 1 i -4 i -~ ---4. - W2p1 aYs ~'Michigan 76 (T Blue toppled by late rally aly Basketbl Wrter DAYTON, Ohio - It was not a ' ting end to Ray Jackson's game or rAfter scoring 28 points and push- ing his team to a 14-point lead, the basketball wasn't supposed to...…

March 20, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 94) • Page Image 1

…Jr ieathor. Tonight: Rain showers, Low in the 40s. Tomorrow: Mostly cloudy, high in the upper 40s. r One hundred four years of editorial freedom *rni Monday March 20, 1995 .in Detroit, Gore touts Dems as working family party By Jonathan Berndt and Zachary M. Raimi Daily Staff Reporters DETROIT - Looking to the 1996 elec- tion, Vice President Al Gore defined the Demo- crats as the party of working families and children, outlining their fu...…

March 21, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 95) • Page Image 1

…E1 it a 4rn Weather Tonight: Cloudy, low 34°. Tomorrow: Partly sunny, high 49*, One hundred four years of editorial freedom Tuesday March 21, 1995 I Baiqmwnoballast I coach leaves amid cofi The Names Janet Popper (right), a graduate student in the School of Social Work, listens as state Rep. Liz Brater (D-Ann Arbor) reads the names of Holocaust victims on the lag yesterday. MOLLY STEVENS/Daily MSA condemns Housing actions By Steph...…

March 22, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 96) • Page Image 1

…it-q tIIPWt * t Weather Tonight: Partly cloudy, low in the low-30s. Tomorrow: Cloudy, chance of rain, high 52'. One hundred four years of editorial freedoin Wednesday March 22, 1995 IN MEMO ,y 3 e. .House begins debate on welfare The Washington Post WASHINGTON - The House yesterday opened a harshly partisan debate on Republican legislation that would make the broadest changes in the nation's social wel- fare system since what was then ca...…

March 23, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 97) • Page Image 1

…wWE r One hundred four years of editorial freedom *rni Weather Tonight: Clear skies, low in mid-20s. Tomorrow: Mostly sunny, high in upper-40s. Thursday March 23, 1995 e, ' MSA El ections Polls busy on 1st day of student elections Poll workers report high turnout at Angell Hall, Union sites By Amy Klein Daily Staff Reporter The feeling was one of amaze- ment yesterday afternoon as more than 25 students sprawled across the benches and ...…

March 24, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 98) • Page Image 1

…WE1 Itt46Fi Weather Tonight: Mostly clear, low in the mid-20s. Tomorrow: Mostly sunny, high in the mid-50s. One hundred four years of editorial freedom Friday March 24, 1995 Vol4C , ..:,;% x . - ! '.-< ~ '' -r rr- r -.M+.;s ,t a, .Clinton will address M By Ronnie Glassberg Daily Staff Reporter President Clinton will address Michigan State University graduates at their spring com- mencement on May 5, ending speculation that he would spea...…

March 27, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 99) • Page Image 1

…It I *rnt Weather Tonight: Cloudy, chance of rain, low mid-20s. Tomorrow: Same, high upper-30s to mid-40s. One hundred four years of editorial freedom Monday March 27, 1995 WLhga I D1= r y .'M' hockey team advances to semifinals By Darren Everson Daily Hockey Writer MADISON-The Michigan hockey team advanced to the semifinals of the NCAA Tournament for the third time in four years with a hard-fought 4-3 victory over Wiscon- sin Saturday. ...…

March 28, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 100) • Page Image 1

…ILi *rni Weather Tonight: Cloudy, chance of snow, glow 32'. Tomorrow: Chance of snow, high 40. One hundred four years of editorial freedom Tuesday March 28, 1995 , ,Iuyii7 -- - -- ----- -- ---- > Clinton announces latest WASHINGTON - With a vow to slash the cost of government with- out resorting to "a mean spirit or a (neat ax," President Clinton yester- day announced another set of spend- ing cuts in federal agencies. Clinton said the ...…

March 29, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 101) • Page Image 1

…Jr1 Un1 Weather Tonight: Mostly cloudy, low around 300. Tomorrow: Chance of flurries, high in low-40s. One hundred four years of editorial freedom Wednesday March 29, 1995 I --- - --- ----- ---------- I Rackham rep. leaves MSA over bickering By Amy Klein Daily Staff Reporter 0 One week before the new officers and representatives take their seats, the second Michigan Student Assembly member in two weeks has resigned because of political...…

March 30, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 102) • Page Image 1

…WEq lw ar7M tttz qMPPv7 Weather Tonight: Chance of flurries, low 27. Tomorrow: Mostly cloudy, high in the lower 40s. One hundred four years of editorial freedom Thursday March 30, 1995 - .0VA 4 ""~O'~W~."' ~~AL~"' - .~ -, 4.4. 4- *'U' distributes state funds unevenly across schools By Ronnie Glassberg Daily Staff Reporter The University has used state funding to sustain its more expensive schools - with the School of Dentistry receiving ...…

March 31, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 103) • Page Image 1

…'Elan Uni Weather Tonight: Mostly cloudy, low in the 20s. Tomorrow: Chance of flurries, high in the 40s. One hundred four years of editorial freedom Friday March 31, 1995 senate OKs closed university presidential searches By Ronnie Glassberg Daily Staff Reporter Public universities would be able to shut the doors on presidential searches under two bills passed yesterday by the state Senate. Senators rejected a proposal from the Senate Go...…

March 02, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 83) • Page Image 1

…While it's true that we've never met a Conservative Coalition candidate that we've liked, CC's latest presidential nominee leaves us aghast. Ah, sweetness. Mike Leigh's sweet movie provides some sweet pleasure for lovers of British film. Read a review of this sweet new masterpiece. The Michigan hockey team joined the nation's elite by winning its first Central Collegiate Hockey Association title. The Wolverines did their part by beating Ferr...…

March 03, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 84) • Page Image 1

…5 SO-T The University Board of Regents transferred the deputization of the University police force to itself. Now, we must determine to whom this force is accountable. Ann Savageau travels to faraway lands, but you don't even have to leave your armchair to see Iran or Colorado. Clare Spitler displays this RC professor's exhibit. The Michigan women's tennis team dropped its first two matches of the conference season to highly-ranked Northwes...…

March 04, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 85) • Page Image 1

…General Motors executives claim to be concerned about the American economy, but many of their actions indicate that they are more interested in investing in other nations. "She stood against the wall ... touching herself, frenzied, almost clawing." Who penned this dynamic prose? Melanie Rae Thon. Check out her fiction reading at the Rackham Amphitheatre. The Michigan men's basketball team came close, but not close enough, to upsetting Ohio S...…

March 05, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 86) • Page Image 1

…You're already too late to vote in the Michigan presidential primary, so don't miss your chance to vote in April's city council elections. Register now to vote. Students have always been acting out, but some University students have been doing it for credit for 75 years. The theatre department celebrates its 75th anniversary in this week's issue. Former Michigan swimmer Mike Barrowman lost for the first time in over three years at yesterday'...…

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...…

March 09, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 88) • Page Image 1

…. 3m The annual Holocaust conference is being held this week, and it is a valuable reflection on the World War II tragedy - lest we forget the lessons of our past. Director Michael Apted's movie subjects are no longer seven years old. They're all grown up in his latest documentary, 35 Up, a film which was 28 years in the making. The Wolverines' men's basketball team improved its standing for the NCAA tournament with a 68-60 win over the In...…

March 10, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 89) • Page Image 1

…The abortion rights bill recently passed by the Michigan House is no victory at all for pro-choice supporters. The bill still includes a 24-hour waiting period, an open insult to women. Vocal, opera, folk, ethnic and rock music -The Bulgarian State Television Female Vocal Choir has it all. "The most beautiful music on the planet?" Could be. The Michigan lacrosse club team suffered an 18-5 defeat at the hands of Michigan State. The Wolverines...…

March 11, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 90) • Page Image 1

…Letters, letters, and more letters. This opinion page has more letters than a bowl of alphabet soup. Readers told us we didn't know what we are doing, so we let them try it. Thee Hypnotics (can't you just hear Dave Kendall pronouncing it?), a British import, are heavily influenced by the rock 'n' roll of Detroit's past. Now they're ready to show Motown why. The Michigan basketball team proved it can beat the second-ranked team in the nation,...…

March 12, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 91) • Page Image 1

…A code by any other name is just a code. This is the messge we should heed when considering the watered-down code proposed by Peter Mooney and Michael Warren, Jr. WEEKEND etc. Thirty years of Ann Arbor on celluloid? Weekend etc. celebrates the 30th annual Ann Arbor Film Festival with a look at its past and a preview of this year's festival. Okay, so we found out Sunday that Michigan men's basketbll team could play with the best teams in the ...…

March 13, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 92) • Page Image 1

…Most universities prevent any campus group from discriminating unfairly. But what if the group happens to be the Department of Defense and its ROTC chapters? Can you imagine being thrown in jail for 10 years just for possessing two joints? That's what happened to John Sinclair, who recently spoke with our Mark Binelli. SrT Nikki Beaudry's 24-point effort led the Michigan women's basketball team last night, but the Wolverines still fell to Il...…

March 16, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 93) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Democratic primary is today, and Jerry Brown is the only candidate to fight the Washington establishment and promote progressive Democratic policies. You thought James was just the man, but it's really the band, from Manchester. They shed the Morrissey stigma, but the Simple Minds comparison still haunts them. While the Michigan hockey team swept its way into the CCHA semis, the Wolverine men's basketball squad got stuck with a ...…

March 17, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 94) • Page Image 1

…The right to vote is something which all American citizens should hold dear. With the Michigan Primary today, everyone should take part in the democratic process. It's deja vu all over again for the filmgoer taking in American Me. The film takes tired actors, tired plot lines, and tired dialogue to form a movie which could best be described as... With the hockey and basketball teams entering their stretch drives, football season seems like a...…

March 18, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 95) • Page Image 1

…Decisions, decisions. MSA elections are coming soon and once again,.the choices are between two parties. The top two Moose Party candidates came and went. Where are the other choices? Lush has the most luscious sound and one of the most acclaimed spots on the British music scene. And don't listen to anyone who tells you they copy My Bloody Valentine. After a weekend sweep of Ohio State, the Michigan hockey team moved into second place in the...…

March 19, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 96) • Page Image 1

…* Recognizing Michigan as one of the nation's most political campuses, many presidential candidates made a stop at the University. Unfortunately, many students were turned away. Never mind the rest of the newspaper... Here's The Sex Pistols! Annette Petruso takes an in-depth look Jon Savage's book England's Dreaming and the evolution of punk rock. Both the Michigan women's swimming team and the Wolverine wrestling squad will compete with the...…

March 20, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 97) • Page Image 1

…The ACLU is suing the University on behalf of NORML. Sound familiar? If so, you have a longer memory than the U administrators, who have apparently forgotten last year's court decision. The University's interim speech code has come under fire recently for fear that it restricts students' freedom of expression. How far is too far? The Michigan men's basketball team hasn't made an NCAA tournament appearance in over two years. Tonight, the Fab ...…

March 23, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 98) • Page Image 1

…I We'd like to believe racism is a distant thing. If you believe this, think again. The Nazis held a rally this weekend, and it wasn't in Germany. It was in Ann Arbor.j The much-ballyhooed film Basic Instinct is basically insulting. Since its release, the film has generated a great deal of criticism, all of which is deserved. Critics have accused the Michigan basketball team of being all show and no go, but the Wolverines proved themselves ...…

March 24, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 99) • Page Image 1

…The Ann Arbor City Council blew its opportunity to help the homeless when it refused to renovate the Ann Arbor Inn. Now private interests are taking a turn at it. When they descend to the depths of the Law Quad reading room, where you are not allowed, you think, Let's KillAll the Lawyers. Filmmaker Ron Semkowski agrees. SPORTS 10 Oklahoma State coach Eddie Sutton and his son, Sean, will be singing "My Old Kentucky Home" this weekend when the...…

March 25, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 100) • Page Image 1

…To date, the University administration has had three people arrested for their alleged conduct during the last month's deputization protests. But is it pursuing justice or targeting scapegoats? Read an interview with Matthew Sweet, the alternative popster who sings about Winona Ryder and claims to possess a "Madonna Document." With two coaches and a point guard making their return trips to Lexington, television announcers should have no trou...…

March 26, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 101) • Page Image 1

…OPINION 4 IMovie director Spike Lee is coming to speak at the University, but at what cost? Well, $15,000 to the groups bringing him here, which means $6.50 to anyone who wants to hear him. The weather may not feel like spring yet, but when it does, what are you going to wear? Turn to the inside section and allow the cast of Ann Arbor 48019 to show you. Michigan football coach Gary Moeller is entering the upcoming season with cautious optimi...…

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