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April 16, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 114) • Page Image 1

…Weather Tonight: Clear, scattered snow, low 330, Tomorrow: Mostly sunny, high around 570. CAir IEIUUR Unt I One /undredfive years of editorialfreedom Tuesday April 16, 1996 6op questions source of De. funds By Stephanie Jo Klein Daily Staff Reporter As campaign donations roll in, the battles for Michigan's nine Democratic and seven Republican seats in the U.S. House of: Representatives are intensifying. Oandidates from both sides are try...…

April 15, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 113) • Page Image 1

…Weather Tonight: Light rain likely. Low in mid-30s. Tomorrow: Cloudy, early flurries, high near 50. WE P One. hundred five years of editoril freedom *ari Monday April 15, 1996 °I 1, C IR A~ Alb lo, .A; ,M a-~fhV Spelma By Jodi Cohen Daily Staff Reporter Johnnetta Cole, a black woman pioneer in higher education, will address the class of 1996 at the May commencement ceremonies, sources in the University administration con- firmed yesterda...…

April 12, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 112) • Page Image 1

…athrn onight: Showers and hunderstorms, low 450 omorrow: Showers and hunderstorms, high 50'. WE,, it Un4 One hundredfve years of edtorialfreedom Friday April 12, 1996 Vol. CV Nil. 112 Utah, V 1900 It* milobigaft Daily I students harged m ursley ons y Sam T. Dudek ?aily Staff Reporter Two students were arrested yester- ay in connection with a string of ires set in Bursley Hall on March 30. LSA first-year students John acDonald and Justin...…

April 11, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 111) • Page Image 1

…C 1 weather Tonight: Mostly cloudy, low around 480. Tomorrow: Scattered showers high around 640. , One hundredfve years of editorial freedom Thursday April 11, 1996 .,., ,:,. '." -: ,J r<. ':<. . n's W:'-...: ! .5 : "i xi i<b <u '' f..< :..,; .; , ,it ....... .+5. tti1 .;.2t t ,kJ'M"' {. y .. .i y .> ,;: ,.e, . 'L .... w s .z v ..., ss i r rG"$.. v..,e... u < ::: r:, Y ,. ; b g i ? z / ta< < * . R Y i :.i. N ., .... .,.. m ... .... .. , ...…

April 10, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 110) • Page Image 1

…irin Un t Weather onight: Partly cloudy, low around 350. Tomorrow: Cloudy, chance of rain, high around 630. One hundredfive years of editoridlfreedom Wednesday April 10, 1996 x b . ; l a -. Carr suspends Griese QB arraigned on felony charges for breaking window 3 By Barry Sollenberger and Ann Stewart Daily Staff Reporters Michigan football coach Lloyd Carr sus- pended quarterback Brian Griese indefinitely yesterday after the sophomore ...…

April 09, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 109) • Page Image 1

…lie., IEt *rnt Weather Tonight: Mostly cloudy, chance of snow, low 260. Tomorrow: Mostly sunny, high near 50°. i One hundredfive years of editoril freedom Tuesday April 9 , 1996 Gijese .may face charges . Ann Stewart Daily Staff Reporter Michigan quarterback Brian Griese's weekend run-in with Ann Arbor Police Department officers may lead to a misdemeanor or felony charge, AAPD officials said yesterday. AAPD Sgt. Brad Hill said a police ...…

April 08, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 108) • Page Image 1

…'cragw .t Weather Tonight: Cloudy, scattered flurries, low 24. Tomorrow: Partly sunny, high around 43. One hundredfve years of editonal freedom Monday April 8, 1996 Bargaining talks fail; GEO to walk out By Anupama Reddy Daily Staff Reporter Despite 38 hours of non-stop bar- gaining last week, the Graduate Em- ployees Organization and University &gaining teams have left the table without reaching an agreement. The immediate result is a t...…

April 05, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 107) • Page Image 1

…eather onight: Mostly cloudy, low the low-20s. omorrw: Mostly cloudy. Igh in the upper-30s. .'Elan rti One hundredfive years of editorialfreedom Friday April 5, 1996 x 0' Is" The Michigan - baily I EO warns udents to repare for alk-out y Anupama Reddy aily Staff Reporter As the Graduate Employees Organi- ation and University bargaining teams ontinue to negotiate the terms of an ,xtended contract, GEO members are till planning to walk o...…

April 04, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 106) • Page Image 1

…It--w 4r teather Tonight: Cloudy, chance of snow, lows in the 20s. Tomorrow: Partly sunny, high around 40. One Iundredfive years ofeditorialfreedom Thursday April 4, 1996 ; a i , s tu - t .,;F ,' s'i r y iE, " . , .,a f ..« s .' . E r ."! .. ' . A." {" . ' '.cr. v F{ k rr " 5i*r . .t f .. . Ftr . t 'rt 3Et' L Knabo arne matsus degreheld Kaczynski earned 2 mathematics degrees from U JOE WESTRATE/Daily Union members rally outside the LSA...…

April 03, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 105) • Page Image 1

…eather ight: High chance of rain, w around 40*. morrow: Cloudy, chance of in, high 440. 'Elan tti One hundredfive years ofeditorialfreedom SWednesday April 3,,1996 A ~.. I EO, ....................... I .............. I ............ U' try for contract in bargaining marathon Anupama Reddy ally Staff Reporter Bargaining teams for the Graduate Employees ganization and the University began non-stop ntract negotiations yesterday morning ...…

April 02, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 104) • Page Image 1

…eh+ r a, low around 370. omorrow: Chance of rain, igh around 460. 21v41 Un'11 One hundredfve years offeditorialfreedom Tuesday April 2, 1996 n -.m t ederal dept Stephanie Jo Klein )aily Staff Reporter After last month's discovery of a large-scale omputer error that delayed almost 1 million nancial aid applications, the U.S. Department of ducation is approaching its goal of processing 11 of the forms received this year. an effort to make ...…

April 01, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 103) • Page Image 1

…2w41 tti Seather Tonight: Clear and cool, low around 34. Tomorrow: Dry, high around 38°. One hundredfve years offeditorialfreedom Monday April 1,1996 Vo. VI 6.0 ;u';A ,, aiy Michigan Wns first NCAA title since 1964 Nicholas J. Cotsonika ly Sports Editor CINCINNATI - There were tears this time too, but for the 1995-1996 Michi- gan hockey team, moist eyes dripped only joy. The years of failure and frustration, of anguish and anger, are ove...…

April 18, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 115) • Page Image 1

…44V t Ititt *rni Weather Tonight: Rain likely, low around 40' Tomorrow: Mostly cloudy, high around 60°. One hundred four years of editorial freedom Tuesday April 18, 1995 The Code: Coming Under Review Chair did not select - panelists randomly By Michelle Lee Thompson Daily Staff Reporter The six student jurors for a code nng earlier this year were not cho- at random, Judicial Adviser Mary Lou Antieau and the hearing panel chair admitted ...…

April 17, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 114) • Page Image 1

…Jri ti Weather Tonight: Becoming cloudy, low around 42. Tomorrow: Rain likely, high around 56. One hundred four years of editorial freedom Monday April 17, 1995 4,, ' '4' 4. , ~4,, ' ~, ...*jAj~)~(~' U.N. still concerned over Iraqi weapons LONDON (AP) - U.N. experts trying to unravel Saddam Hussein's nuclear program got a lucky break: They stumbled on a half-ton of docu- ments that described Iraqi plans for building a bomb. Biological an...…

April 14, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 113) • Page Image 1

…we icra One hundred four years of editorial freedom Unl Weather Tonight: Partly cloudy, low around 30% Tomorrow: Chance of rain, high in mid-50's. Friday April 14, 1995 lillsomigit all I! e. S 4 r Wm ke d;tfT p d'ys Rabbits, candy Inark Easter time By Usa Poris Daily Staff Reporter It is hard to walk into a card shop this time of year without seeing a display full of silk tulips, plastic green grass, multi-colored eggs and fuzzy stuffed...…

April 13, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 112) • Page Image 1

…I.E Weather 'onight: Partly cloudy, w mid-30s. "")morrow: Cloudy, high :-0 the mid-50s. One hundred four years of editorial freedom *rni Thursday April 13, 1995 -. .-?t' o. 12 I ------------- U' professor recommended 'as next dean of ublic Health 1 Y Ronnie Glassberg oily Staff Reporter The co-chair of a committee that restructured the chool of Public Health has been selected as the school's ean, marking the end of a two-year transitio...…

April 12, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 111) • Page Image 1

…it t Y Un Weather ronight: Cloudy, chance If rain, low mid-30s. Tomorrow: Cloudy and oreezy. High mid-40s. One hundred four years of editorialfreedom WAVednesday April 12, 1995 Salk to revisit site of polio vaccine unveiling at '.U' £{s By Megan Schimpf Daily Staff Reporter The nervous fervor that surrounded Rackham Auditorium on April 12, 1955, will be replaced by celebration =oday. The cure for the international fear 9f polio came 40 y...…

April 11, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 110) • Page Image 1

…241 ti %IAeather Tonight: Cloudy, possible hunderstorm, low 630. omorrow: Cloudy, rain ikely, high 630. One hundred four years of editorial freedom Tuesday April 11, 1995 I - - -------------- I .Wrestlei 3y Michelle Lee Thompson *aily Staff Reporter Two University second-year Law stn are the complainants in a closed hearing uled for 3 p.m. today under the Statem Student Rights and Responsibilities - Jniversity's code of non-academic c...…

April 10, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 109) • Page Image 1

…WEl *rnz Weather Tonight: Cloudy, low around 30. Tomorrow: Cloudy, chance of rain, high 40. One hundredafour years of editorial freedom Monday April 10, 1995 voli''CV, No. a MThe? eChiapas: A poor people in a rich land Editor's note: The southeastern Mexican state of hiapas has been in the news recently after a rebel group known as the Zapatistas began sparring with the Mexican government. Robyn Denson, a University student, spent three ...…

April 07, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 108) • Page Image 1

…21 It1ul Unt Weather Tonight: Cloudy, chance of rain. Mid to upper 30s. Tomorrow: Rain early, sunny later, 50° - 55'. One hundred four years of editorial freedom Friday April 7, 1995 VoC*'o'0 0 1"sTh mtk New group forms in protest of 'U' code ty Amy Klein Daily Staff Reporter With heated discussions and ideo- logical debates, close to 30 members of Students Against the Code con- vened in the Michigan Union last night to talk strategy. Wh...…

April 06, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 107) • Page Image 1

…t IE&U Untt Weather Tonight: Partly cloudy, low in the 30s. Tomorrow: Partly sunny, high in the mid-50s. One hundred four years of editorial freedom Thursday April 6, 1995 i 1 , : ". u c ,. , A a ..: ,. ,., House passes $189B in .tx cuts The Washington Post WASHINGTON - House Re- publicans late last night passed a $189 billion tax cut package over Demo- cratic charges that it was stacked in favor of the rich. The 246 to 188 vote capped t...…

April 05, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 106) • Page Image 1

…'Elan1 NW"W 4& Weather Tonight: Snow likely, low in the mid-30s. Tomorrow: Cloudy, high in the mid-30s. One hundred four years of editorial freedom Wednesday April st1995 JA union sets demands for November bargaining session By Lisa Dines Daily News Editor Preparing for fall bargaining sessions, the Graduate Employees Organization voted last week for a comprehensive set of demands to present to the administration, including changes in th...…

April 04, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 105) • Page Image 1

…WE One hundred four years of editorial freedom lrni Weather Tonight: Cloudy with flurries, low about 20'. Tomorrow: Mostly cloudy, high in the mid-30s. Tuesday April 4, 1995 Mouse Republican leaders move closer to passing tax cut The Washington Post WASHINGTON - House Republican leaders moved closer to locking up passage of a $188 billion tax cut yesterday after persuad- ing rebellious GOP moderatesto support the plan. In return the lead...…

April 03, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 104) • Page Image 1

…2R ---R 'Er-t *rnr Weather Tonight: Mostly cloudy, lows in the 30s. Tomorrow: Snow showers, high around 30%. One hundred four years of editorial freedom Monday April 3, 1995 --------- ---- I -Play ball! Opening day set for April 26 CHICAGO (AP) - The longest and costliest work stoppage in the history of professional sports ended last' night when Major League Baseball owners accepted the union's offer to play without an agreement. The ...…

April 19, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 118) • Page Image 1

…we f 1v40 7 b- One hundred three years of editorial freedom Z. C4 Housing committee to disclose finalists Howard bids farewell to 'U' By DAVID SHEPARDSON DAILY NEWS EDITOR Responding to concerns that the next Housing director might not be sufficiently sensitive to minorities, the chair of the search committee repeat- edly said yesterday that the names of the three to five finalists would most likely be made public. "We can make (the fina...…

April 18, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 117) • Page Image 1

…It Ai t One hundred three years of editorial freedom Thousands used in 1950s 'U' radiation research Most experiments involved radiation levels that posed little or no risk to human subjects y DAVID RHEINGOLD DAILY STAFF REPORTER The University of Michigan used more than 1,500 people - many of them children - as test subjects in 1950s radiation research, a review of University records shows. Some of the people underwent therapeutic treatme...…

April 15, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 116) • Page Image 1

…Hitters fall to EMU 5-4 WE w f anh ti 'gglilk t One hundred three years of editorial freedom Kight, Hartford debate the release of code records By JAMES R. CHO DAILY STAFF REPORTER Two campus leaders came head to ead yesterday on the issue of the pub- lic release of records regarding cases heard under the Statement of Student Rights and Responsibilities. Former MSA Vice President Brian Kight and Vice President for Student Affairs Maureen ...…

April 14, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 115) • Page Image 1

…WE *ri One hundred three years of editorial freedom 'U' agenda for women to include goals for recruitment By JAMES R. CHO DAILY STAFF REPORTER * University President James J. Duderstadt will announce an ambi- tious plan tomorrow, designed to im- proved the climate and opportunities for female faculty, staff and students - to be implemented immediately. The plan, called the "Michigan Agenda for Women," will include specific goals for increa...…

April 13, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 114) • Page Image 1

…Ite *41v "Uit w One hundred three years of editorial freedom 1 .4~ .4. Jf, nnAbr Mcian-WdnsaApi 3,19 19 4 emcta a I I Bogus e-mail spreads fears of computer security By JAMES M. NASH DAILY STAFF REPORTER Vincent A. Krause awoke last Wednesday more than 100 e-mail messages on his computer. By early this week, the LSA senior had received about 1,000 messages - most of them angry denunciations of a racist e-mail note sent from Krause's acc...…

April 12, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 113) • Page Image 1

…I ItI f 4r t t z One hundred three years of editorial freedom ---- -------- --- Task force report to .aid in 14.06 transition By JUDITH KAFKA DAILY STAFF REPORTER The long-awaited advisory report on how the University should adjust campus policies to incorporate the . endment to Regents' Bylaw 14.06 was released yesterday. Last fall, the University Board of Regents amended the bylaw to in- clude the prohibition of discrimina- tion against...…

April 11, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 112) • Page Image 1

…we One hundred three years of editorial freedom UnF Yk.CV vi,1i - % 304. s.0 ..,,-' *.wDy .es. planes bomb Serbian forces NATO war jets bomb Gorazde after Serbs overrun government defenses; Clinton urges calm SARAJEVO, Bosnia-Herze- govina (AP) - NATO war jets dropped bombs in the Muslim en- clave of Gorazde yesterday after Bosnian Serb forces overran govern- *ent defenses to reach the outskirts the town, U.N. officials said. Maj. Dacre ...…

April 08, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 113) • Page Image 1

…FRIDAYFocus IiiEM Page 3 IC 9*1 trail po U" One hundred three years of editorial freedom Community unites to help women to 'Take Back the Night' By JUDITH KAFKA DAILY STAFF REPORTER For women who never leave their Iomes past dark without clutching a can of mace, for women who stay in at night rather than risk being at- tacked on the streets, for women who feel dependent because they always have someone walk them home, Take Back the Night...…

April 07, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 112) • Page Image 1

…In SPORTS STennis aces Michigan St.ate, 6-1 Page 5 One hundred three years of editorial freedom "Uti Michigan company manufactures caskets with school spirit By MAGGIE WEYHING 'I don't know if I Would buy one, but I could see it for a die- DAILY STAFF REPORTER * Some people never leave college behind. hard fan - no pun intended.' For the past few years, Oak Grove Interna- - Ann Liewellyn tional, located in Manistee, Mich., has been manufa...…

April 06, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 111) • Page Image 1

…WE Un1v One hundred three years of editorial freedom I I MSU holds tuition hike at inflation rate By SHARI SITRON DAILY STAFF REPORTER While college students can expect a rise in tuition rates every year, students * at Michigan State University (MSU) don't have to worry about excessive increases this time around. Starting in September, students at- tending MSU will face the lowest increase in the last 10 years. Last week, MSU's Board of ...…

April 05, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 110) • Page Image 1

…One hundred three years of editorial freedom *ri Former Miss America weighs state Senate bid By ZACHARY M. RAIMI DAILY STAFF REPORTER 994 THE MICHIGAN DAILY She first dazzled the nation as Miss America in 1988, and now Kaye Lani Rae Rafko is weighing a bid to enter another contest. Rafko has been approached by several prominent state Republicans urging her to oppose incumbent state Sen. Jim Berryman (D-Adrian) for Michigan's 11th state Sena...…

April 04, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 109) • Page Image 1

…Opening Da,y1994 Today: Detroit at Boston, 1:05 p.m. Last night: Cardinals B Reds 4 Iil r 4F 4v t : u iy' 4 S I One hundred three years of editorial freedom Vet~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ C---------A--,---g-- odaApi 4 94 99 heMchgn al i I 5,000 fiock to Diag to support marijuana use By JAMES M. NASH and MICHELLE LEE THOMPSON DAILY STAFF REPORTERS Some 5,000 people - clean-cut University students, straggly hippie holdouts and even the occasiona...…

April 01, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 108) • Page Image 1

…IC p * an One hundred three years of editorial freedom Vo* CIN. 0 n Ar4 Miciga - Frdy-pi ,19 194Te i.ga a President reassures inervous investors THE WASHINGTON POST WASHINGTON - President Clinton sought to calm a jittery stock Sarket yesterday, saying that "these rrective things will happen from time to time, but there's no reason to overreact." Clinton's remarks were aimed at preventing a panicked reaction by small investors, many of whom...…

April 20, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 121) • Page Image 1

… So far this semester there have been 38 rapes reported to SAPAC. This will not change until people's attitudes toward women change. Editor at Large of "Life" magazine Roger Rosenblatt will speak at the Hopwood Awards this afternoon. Joshua Keidan talks with Rosenblatt. Graduating Daily Sports Editor John Niyo reflects on his four years at Michigan. Read the final installment of Blame it on Niyo. Today Thunderstorms; High 56, Low 42 Tomorro...…

April 19, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 120) • Page Image 1

…Some of the regents have taken steps to get in touch with students. However, they still have a long way to go before understanding students' needs and concerns. Sometimes a show becomes a part of you. "Brigadoon" is one of those plays. Melissa Rose Bernardo reviews the Musical Theater's performance of the show. S.PS The Michigan softball team battled back from a 5-2 seventh-inning deficit yesterday to knock off Indiana, 7-5. The Wolverines t...…

April 16, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 119) • Page Image 1

…Tomorrow night women have a chance to feel safe on the streets and "Take Back the Night." They've played all over the country. Tonight they will perform at Rackham. Melissa Rose Bernardo interviews the Friars. The Michigan baseball team looks to extend it's five-game winning streak this weekend. The Wolverines host Indiana in two doubleheaders at Fisher Stadium. Today Rainy; igh 54,Low44 Tomortow Partly cloudy; High 56, Low 43 IV 41br 4br...…

April 15, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 118) • Page Image 1

…OPINION 41 We thought you might be tired of hearing our opinions, so we decided to turn today's page over to the readers. WEEKEND etc. What's the best place to take a date? Who has the best pizza in Ann Arbor? For those and other answers, check out this year's Best of Ann Arbor issue. The Michigan baseball team is on a roll. The Wolverines have now won five straight games, after beating Siena Heights yesterday, 5-4, 5-2. Today Thunderstorms...…

April 14, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 117) • Page Image 1

… Last night, Regents Rebecca McGowan and Laurence Deitch went to MSA. Today, the regents are discussing undergraduate life at the University. Now, the regents must act. The University's Musical Theater department is taking a traditional approach in its performance of "Brigadoon." Melissa Rose Bernardo previews this weekend's performance. Kari Kunnen's three hits and three runs scored helped the Michigan softball team sweep yesterday's double...…

April 13, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 116) • Page Image 1

…The University should investigate whether or not Sociology Prof. David Goldberg's teaching tactics prevented students from learning. If you are trying to find something to do besides study for exams, check out the film "Strictly Ballroom." Alison Levy reviews this Australian film. The Michigan baseball team started to break out of its year-long slump yesterday as the Wolverines swept a doubleheader at Penn State, 8-0, 16-7. Today Sunny; Hig...…

April 12, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 115) • Page Image 1

…This week is Earth Week, and students should take this opportunity to educate themselves about the environment. The movie "Sandlot" is a cross between "Stand By Me" and "The Bad News Bears." Alison Levy reviews the film. The Michigan football team won its first game of the season Saturday when Peter Elezovic booted a 31-yard field goal to give the White, 21-20. Today Chance of showers; High 52, Low 38 Tomorrow Partly cloudy; High 54, Low 39...…

April 09, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 114) • Page Image 1

…One of the only groups fighting for students in Lansing is MCC, and the state government needs to listen to MCC's concerns. It takes a lot of work for college students to form a band. Will McCahill looks at four University students' attempts to start one of their own. SP T 10 The Michigan baseball team filnally ended its 10-game losing streak yesterday. The Wolverines defeated Saginaw Valley, 4-1. Today Scattered showers;- High58, Low44 Tom...…

April 08, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 113) • Page Image 1

… The University should be commended for trying to be one of the first schools to benefit from President Clinton's new service plan. WEEKEND etc. Now that the New York City, Athens and Seattle music scenes are a thing of the past, check out why Boulder, Colo., is now the biggest buzz. SOT WEATHEa- The Michigan baseball team lost yet another game yesterday. The Wolverines fell to Eastern Michigan, 4-2. I I. Today Warm and wet; High 63, Lo...…

April 07, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 112) • Page Image 1

…After not informing students of the Code since its implementation, the administration has now sent out its own propaganda - Michigan Voices. This weekend, five B.F.A. students will perform "Quintexture: A Moving Experience," which showcases different sets of dances. Chris Webber and the Michigan basketball team returned to Ann Arbor yesterday to a supportive crowd at Crisler Arena. Today Sunny and warm; High 55, Low 42 Tomorrow Chance of ra...…

April 06, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 111) • Page Image 1

… r A dejected Chris Webber, upset over his costly last-minute timeout error, leaves the court with head bowed in agony as teammate Leon Derricks tries to console him. 'M' drops title game, 77- 71, in final minute; Carolina takes NCAA crown by Ken Suguira Daily Basketball Writer NEW ORLEANS - The ending to the story was anything but happy. 4 It wasn't the way to cap off a night of thrilling, heart-racing, paralyzing basketball. Garish i...…

April 05, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 110) • Page Image 1

…Students' celebration of Hash Bash and the Final Four Saturday bordered on violent. Fans should be more responsible tonight when celebrating. After a long hiatus, Prince is back. Kim Yaged reviews the Purple One's performance at the Fox Theater this weekend. Forty minutes stand between the Fab Five and their first national title. That and the North Carolina Tarheels. The Wolverines and Tar Heels square off tonight in New Orleans for the cham...…

April 02, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 109) • Page Image 1

…With the Michigan basketball team back in the Final Four this weekend, the potential for a riot is great. To prevent this, both the students and the police need to act responsibly. FridayFOCUS City Council elections are Monday, and if you've been too busy to keep up on the candidates, check out their views on a variety of topics. The women's gymnastics team heads to the Central Regional meet in Louisiana this weekend looking to qualify for t...…

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