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May 04, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 122) • Page Image 1

… ,sy . G I6 _ -P-~s~ 5~WE EE 1E Mid tgun Daig T uesday, May 4, 1999 . One hundred e&ht years of edkn;7I freedom /f##n I l uunir ts indeC s'ws ilwila. wwrw Tuesday:,ay 4, 199 Onehunded ei V 1ttp:Veare of edo l // www. mach ganas ycom Symnasts h6W I Men, winless three years ago, take national champinship By Dan Dingerson ifying score, Michigan earned the right to Da iv Sports Writer choose its first event in the finals -- the LINCOLN, Ne...…

May 10, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 123) • Page Image 1

…a a ~ One hundred eight years ofeditonlfreedom ht Monday, May 10,_1999 Ftp://wwwmichi onaivcm cj./vwv. rcm arar.u Universities Ford11ve *Nfr$9.3 millionrto 'U' r "JIJA 111~V By Nika Schulte DAN, Dews Editor Marking one of th rate contributions e the University, a $9. #pledge from the alternative Company Fund was week by the Unive Motor Company. By Michael Grass Unlike previous Daily Nows Editor the company which As universities natio...…

May 17, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 124) • Page Image 1

…le di9 nDfigl Monday, May 17, 1999 One hu dred eihtyears ofeditorealfreedom Never- ndi ng scandal A car accident nvolving five University men' >asketball playersiand see prospect vparks athletic department nternal inquiry because the ehicle was valued at an excess f $30.000 -The thletic Department admits he mens' basketball program iolated two minor NCAA regulations °s a result of contact between >layers and booster Ed Martin. The E U hir...…

May 24, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 125) • Page Image 1

….. nnmEuunism muiiwmw.m z~aw~mm -rI WYE n. tgttu Monday. May 24.1999 Owee4 ah'i/ {erz'5yers go'xaet~dom http://www.michigandaily.com .v v' .,": . :..::,. .. :: v ..;,:. ., <.::"r .;.",.,: .w ,.ar ":u :t " -" ": < t , - r \. . .. ,.k: ..t ,.:., v?, :, i> > :' : ' rvyt.. , - r. z ".;<:: ti > ">; v .: i ..;:.. > "; " v . ,a \1 ,:.- ... '° j? A ..;,, r .. - > .n K ) : \ R v... , 1 ':f : 1. y . \"F+ ? : .. : t. k ,a. , ...n a : .'ro F ". ,.",...…

May 04, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 122) • Page Image 2

…2 - he Wchigan Dafy -Tuesday My 4, 1999 MSA resolution supports Wisconsin in court case By Jewel Gopwani After a Wisconsin federal court sided with the stu- ernment by signing on to a brief along with about inform students about these programs. Daily Staff Reporter dents, the school's regents unsuccessfully appealed twenty student governments nationally. The goal of the EBSI, according to the resolu Standing behind its fellow university studen...…

May 10, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 123) • Page Image 2

…2 - ThO Michigan Daily - Monday, May 10, 1999 SPRING Continued from Page 1 Thousands of students, like Luther, will forego the usual play- time at the beach to immerse them- selves in the University's summer classes. While some students said they need to complete a writing requirement or want to ease their courseload for next year, others said there are additional reasons to stay in Ann Arbor. LSA senior Joe Casey said he enjoys the off-seaso...…

May 17, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 124) • Page Image 2

…2 - The Mi higan Daily --,Monday,. 17 1999 AAPD Continued from Page 1 question this year by many students because of increased raids on fraternity and house parties. Chief Ent responded to these criti- cisms by stating the raids followed com- munity standards. "All of the actions were within policy;" Ent said. "We didn't do anything illegal or immoral" Many believe the death of LSA first- year student Courtney Cantor caused the AAPD to later ...…

May 24, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 125) • Page Image 2

…2 - The Michigan Daily - Monday, May 24, 199 LEGISLATION Continued from Page 1 doing it," Rep. Kwame Kilpatrick (D-Detroit) said. Kilpatrick alleged the bill serves no public service, and that the motives behind its intro- duction were purely political. He said he suspects Rogers, whose district includes the Michigan State University cam- pus in East Lansing, introduced the bill to gain an edge in the upcoming November elec- tions. "Mike Rog...…

May 04, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 122) • Page Image 3

…Tuesday, May 4, 1999 - The Michigan Daily 3 Seniors reflect on years at'U' By Nika Schulte Daily News Editor Despite wearing a cap and gown and carrying a commencement pro- gram which included his name, LSA graduate Mike Guest said it was hard to imagine that he had completed his undergraduate years at the University. "It doesn't really feel any differ- ent," Guest said. "I don't think it will hit me until I leave Ann Arbor." Guest was just ...…

May 10, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 123) • Page Image 3

…Monday, May 10, 1999 - The Michigan Daily - 3 Fore addresses development at conference Gore praises citizens, Mayor rcher's efforts t revitalize evelopment in Detroit. y Michael Grass and dam Zuwerink Jaly News Editors )ETROIT- Calling for improvements in the uality of life in communities nationwide, more han 3,000 delegates from around the world con- ened in Detroit last Tuesday for the first National Town Meeting for a Sustainable America."...…

May 17, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 124) • Page Image 3

…Monday, May 17, 1999 - The Michigan Daily 3 Bishop speaks about book controversy By Michael Grass ilv News Eitor Since the release of his book, "Why Christianity Must Change or Die," a year ago, Episcopal Bishop John Shelby Spong has caused a great stir among some members of the 'hristian faith. Last Thursday, 125 area residents. members of the clergy, and curious readers of the Newark, N.J. bishop gathered at St. ndresss Episcopal Church to ...…

May 24, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 125) • Page Image 3

…Monday, May 24, 1999 - The Michigan Daily - 3 A WINDOW TO THE PAST Ceremony marks Observatory .renovations By April Alexander For the Daily While the University's Detroit Observatory is the old- est observatory in America still to have its original astro- nomical instruments in working condition, renovations to te bruilding itself have been underway for almost two years. Last Saturday, ai estimated 100 people attended a re- dedication cerem...…

May 04, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 122) • Page Image 4

…4 -- The Michigan Daily -- Tuesday, May 4, 1999 Edited and managed by EMILY ACHENBAUM NICK WOOMER students at the + Editor in Chief Editorial Page Editor University of Michigan Unless otherwise noted, Unsigned editorials reflect the opinion of the 420 Maynard Street majority of the Daily's editorial board. All other articles, letters and Ann Arbor, MI 48109 cartoons do not necessarily reflect the opinion of The Michigan taily. Two weeks ago, ...…

May 10, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 123) • Page Image 4

…4 - The Michigan Daily - Monday, May 10, 1999 Edited and managed by EMILY ACHENBAUM NICK WOOMER students at the 4 4 + Editor in Chief Editorial Page Editor t iUniversity of Michigan 1 atrI U n e utotherwise noted, igned editorials reflect the opinion of tk 420 Maynard Street tnajority of the Dails editorial board. All other articles, letters anr Ann Arbor, Ml( 48109 cartoons do not necessarily releet the opinion of The Michigant Dail N o one ...…

May 17, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 124) • Page Image 4

…4 - The Michigan Daily - Monday, May 17, 1999 Edited and managed by EMILY ACHENBAUM NICK WOOMER students at the ,r * Editor in Chief Editorial Page Editor University of Michigan t IWW a t~ild Unless otherwise noted, uns igned editorials re legit the opinion o *the 420 Maynard Street najoriti of the Dails s editorial hoard. All other articles, lenersand A nn A rbor, Mli 48109 (SartOOni /s 101 noS nCssii/ re//eiS te oiioni of T/eic igan Daili T...…

May 24, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 125) • Page Image 4

…4 - The Michigan Daily - Monday, May 24, 1999 Edited and managed by EmitY ACHENBAUM NICK WOOMER students at the Editor in Chief Editorial Page Editor University of Michigan min 3 Unless otherwise noted, urnsigned editorials reflect the op>inion of the 420 Maynard Street aorit iofithe iailis editorial board lll other articlelettersand Ann Arbor, MI 48109 cartoonu do not necessariv reflect the opinion of The Michigan Dai. E veryone at the Unive...…

May 04, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 122) • Page Image 5

…LETES0OTH EIOR Services must continue over law exams To THE DAILY: Last December, I was sur- prised to find restaurants in the Union and some of the recre- ational facilities closed during the final two days of exams. Someone in computing even shut down the law library's on- line catalog for a day during exams. Once again, the school has not paid attention to the law school calendar even though it's been posted for over a year. For my $24,000...…

May 10, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 123) • Page Image 5

…LTES * OTHDIO pportunity important to admissions o THE DAILY: I would like to write to xpress my agreement with he opinion expressed by mily Achenbaum in her 's. May 4, column Financial privilege and affir- ative action" regarding the se of socioeconomic status s a factor in university dmission. Most of the students who esponded to the aily/Institute for Social esearch poll mentioned that he difficulty of high school oursework completed shoul...…

May 17, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 124) • Page Image 5

…Balkan catastrophe suffers from misinformation A viewpoint by Umbrin which would stir inside us by who live in reservation camps in Ateequi and Jenny Babcock, associating Nazism with what is the United States. printed on April 19th, titled Serbian, the authors irresponsibly What also cannot be tolerated "Genocide in Kosovo resembles pronounce that "the three-finger is disrespect for our leaders of Holocaust," demands a response, Serbian salute...…

May 24, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 125) • Page Image 5

…V EWPOINT Ann Arbor not as progressive as some may think M I enjoyed Nick Woomer's the peripherals of the painted pic- Street, State Street, or Briarwood, ay 17 column "Violence at Ku ture. And those minorities that and the staff followed him around Klux Klan rally must be pun- have "made it" are not enough to the store? ished" concerning last Tuesday's make the city of Ann Arbor as When was the last time trial and the potential prosecution pr...…

May 04, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 122) • Page Image 6

…A0 Th,K A'hkinn (gft - O-nipavmtMav4..1999, ****2 BDRM. APT. in historic house near . Frieze. Furn., new kitchen, dwshr., dry., autom otive prkg. Nopets or smoking. Sept. lease. $900 + utils. for 2/$950 + utils! for 3. 769-1534. 1 & 2 BDRM. FURN. apts. avail. at 402 Hill St Available Sept. 99. Central Campus loc. A 1 A ,Cry .,.tree pin,1't27.-z-a-a CARS FROM $500. Police impounds and tax repo's. For listings call 1-800-319-3323 ext. 4494. '9...…

May 10, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 123) • Page Image 6

…I .: ~A GREAT ItOUSE AT 3:15 Packard near autom otive for rent iiio1 Sleeps six. 2 ahs, ldry, prk 248- A A SERY QUIET Place, or Fall '99.Perflct x f~or MBA's& Grid. stUdenis Oiiidiao & q e~ualiliving. 668-1109Cirft i rriii NEWV ON THE MARKET! 3 tldrio hi-level avail, May. Spacious apt. ith iih I2lbaths, spiral staircase, fnew kitchen. Icl heat & waiier plus 2 pikg. spaces. Besoloiaiioii oiicampus: iear CCRB, Not Sci. Museuom, bus siop. 514:0...…

May 17, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 124) • Page Image 6

…6 - The Michioin Daily - Mondfav Mus.17 1900 CARS FROM $500. Police impounds and tax rfpo's. For listings call 1-800-319-3323 forsale ext.4494. ***********PARKING!************* On campus parking! Special rates! 665-8825. MEN'S SCHWINN 18" Criss Cross, hybrid bike. Excellent condition. $199/or best. 677- !!!GRAD STUDENT ALERT!!! Old West 0507. Side. 2 bedrooms, fully furnished. Must see. 668-1100. ***LEASE CANCELLATION*** autom tuve Don t miss...…

May 24, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 125) • Page Image 6

…for sale automotive for rent * g . *************PARKING!************* AUTO INSURANCE. Buying a car? No On campus parking! Special rates! 665-8825. previous insurance? Call 663-6655 & save! CUTE, 2 BDRM, I bath bungalow. Great CARS FROM $50. Police impounds and starter house or student rental. Close to , t0 t downtown and UM stadium. Call 741-1000 taxrepols. For listings call 1-80)-319-3323 ext. 295. MEN'S SCHWINN 18" Criss Cross, hybrid FORD ...…

May 04, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 122) • Page Image 7

…Tuesday, May 4, 1999- The Mitbigan Daily,- 7 UUNTER/SALESRE'RSN Fult-time an art-time. Kilwin's of Ann Arbor needs good ersonalities with strong work ethics. Apply t 107 E. Liberty, Ann Arbor._ DRIVERS NEEDED FOR Executive Residence. Great starting wage, free food. .M. shifts available. Valid driver's license neded Calt 763-849 Student Engineers Needed to work for the Michigan Union Maintenance . Shop exible Hours and part time positions Stud...…

May 10, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 123) • Page Image 7

…Monday, May 10, 1999 - The Michigan Daily - 7 Despite Columbine shootigs, some legislators favor gun proosal tEG ISLATIO N to end up in the wrong hands. LSA junior Jeremy Stanifer said passing the pro- "I think people here are more tolerant because "I think this bill will stimulate the sale of gunsE" posed concealed weapons bill would be a mistake. there's so much diversity," Stanifer said. Continued from Page SIhe said. "More handguns in more...…

May 17, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 124) • Page Image 7

…Monday, May 17, 1999 - The Michigan Daily - 7 SCANDAL Continued from Page 1 *Although Ellerbe coached Bullock, Traylor and Taylor for at least one season, he insists that the current program - including his recently-secured recruiting class - is in total compliance with NCAA regulations. "We know that everything has been solid, above the board, and done the right way," Ellerbe said of his program and recruiting practices. "I look back and - 0...…

May 24, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 125) • Page Image 7

…Monday, May 24, 1999 - The Michigan Daily - 7 TRIALS Continued from Page 1 Massie said Mattson's decision to have the hearing is "truly a victory for the defense" The defendants charged with malicious destruction of prop- erty under $100 include David Blair, Renee Brunk, Shanta Driver, Melissa Greene, Luke Massie. Jonathan Payne, Melissa Resch, Jason Wade and Anya Wislocki. Wislocki also faces charges for assault. Before the proceedings Tuesd...…

May 04, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 122) • Page Image 8

…i E - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, May 4, 1999 HERE COMES THE SUN 'U' team unveils solar car By NikaeSchutte Daily News Editor DEARBORN, Mich. - Although many University students plan to use their summer months to catch some rays, not many spent more than 40 hours a week throughout the past aca- demic year strategizing how to do it in the most efficient manner. Since 1997, the University's Solar Car Team has logged countless hours working o...…

May 10, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 123) • Page Image 8

…8 The Michigan Daily - Monday, May 10, 1999 0 'U' Gardens host fa mily celebration By Nika Schulte Daily News Editor Amidst blooming blue and white violets and yellow wood poppies, families and friends took advantage of yesterday's sunny skies to celebrate Mother's Day at the University's Matthaei Botanical Gardens. Throughout the day, guides led hundreds of mothers and their families on tours of the Helen V Smith Woodland Wildflower Garden....…

May 17, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 124) • Page Image 8

…Your Guide to Memorial Day Weekend Plans in Ann Arbor Olt Af. S761-6465 FIGURE " HOCKEY " INLINE Colonial Plaza Sprin roller blade 1958 5. Industrial, 9tune-up Suite A Fitness Program University of Michigan Kinesiology TENNIS, INTERMEdIATE KCKBOXING, BALROOM DANCiNq, SWING DANCiNq, WATER POLO, SWIMMING, STEP AERobics, IyENqAR YOGA ANd MORE... Welcome to the 1999 Ann Arbor Summer Festival SummerTestivaI Each year the Ann Arbor Summer Festiv...…

May 24, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 125) • Page Image 8

…The Festival of New Works The Festival of New Works brings University alum and playwright Arthur Miller to Ann Arbor on June 4th. ARTS Monday May 24, 19998 'Phantom Menace' beats negative hype By Ed Sholinsky Daily Arts Editor A long time a ago, in a galaxy not so far away (Brooklyn, NY, actually) my pregnant mother accompanied my father to a new movie called "Star Wars." That was the beginning of a long love affair with a special trilogy ...…

May 04, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 122) • Page Image 9

…ionu isretits always ths PEAK i~oseason. 120 WEST WASHINGTON *ANN.ARBOR ,:' * j h ome Jf the world fajmous clirxudi!! 0" * Best Pizza LATE NIe*#T MUNCHIES? No Problemnalh kcii 10:030 am until 4 in Ile morn inql …

May 10, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 123) • Page Image 9

…. O 1NG TIME AGO Tickets for "Star Wars: Episode 1- The Phantom Menace" go on sale this Wednesday. Daily Arts will have full coverage next Monday. ft.-M-d-itS Monday May 10, 1999 7 'Mummy' spooks in summer movie season onah Victor a ly Arts Writer With the release of "The Mummy'," Jniversal Studios tries to resurrect for he third time a production of a classic orror moVie series. Brendan Fraser 'George of the Jungle," "Gods and Monsters") ...…

May 17, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 124) • Page Image 9

…The Phantom Menace Yep, we've seen it. But George Lucas won't let us print the review until Wednesday. Check out Daily Arts next 0 week for a full review of "Star Wars." ARTS Monday f May 17, 1999 7 Matthews & Co. rock Palace one day early By Jessica Eaton h)ay rs Wririr 0 When the NBA playoffs forced the Dave Matthews Band to move its May 14 concert at the Palace of Auburn Hills up one day, from Friday to Thursday, rumors of the band's re...…

May 24, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 125) • Page Image 9

…Monday, May 24, 1999 - The Michigan Daily - 9 COsd eso r o hPo omCeasscs Crosby befriends Nimoy so she doesn't have to do anymore soft core on Showtime.., Trekkies Paramount Classics \t Showcase It is a dubious week to release a docu- *tary about "Star Trek." With the elease of" The Phantom Menace,' "Star Wars" fans add some muscle to their rel- ttively small galaxy compared to the 'Star Trek" universe that spans four TV eries and nine movie...…

May 04, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 122) • Page Image 10

… ..ar Was: Episode Yes, folks, 15 days and counting until Geroge Lucas unleashes 'The Phantom Menace' on a far too expecting publc. Meaeonafr o xpcigRuTc.TedaSf, May 4, 1999 L Angel will bless Harpo's By Adlin RosU Daily Arts Editor The brutality and intensity that is death metal's premier act, Morbid Angel, will grace Detroit's Harpo's this coming June 8th. The group promises to give a high energy Morbid performance that Angel will lau...…

May 10, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 123) • Page Image 10

…Tt'e Michigan Daily - Monday, May 10, .999 Gwar brings Armageddon to Jarpo's6 By Ian Dyament For the Daily With all of the formidable talk of the end of the world, it's good to see a band attempting to bring the world one step closer to Armageddon through music. Dubbed "Gwarmageddon 1999," theatrical shock rockers ; Gwar attempted " to kill everything on earth at Gwar Harpo's last Friday. Harpo ' Gwar is noto- Mayr7 rious for its gruesome liv...…

May 17, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 124) • Page Image 10

…10 -'Ihe Michigan Daily - Monday, May 17, 1999 LnAz Continued from Page 16 hours and got their 12 tickets, so why t* 41-day sleepover? "It's like getting a part of my child hood back after all these years," Eckhart said. "I'm going to sit in a dark theater for two hours, and I'm going to love it. It's going to make me happy. It's not like I live and breathe the 'Star Wars' experience or anything. It's more like being a part of a huge experien...…

May 24, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 125) • Page Image 10

…10- The Michigan Daily - Monday,;May 24,1999 WORKS Continued from Page 8 for both HBO and for off-Broadway productions. "Hearts" starts on June 4th, and continues through June 6th. University alum and Nobel prize winning writer Arthur Miller ("Death of a Salesman," "The Crucible") will be in Ann Arbor on June 4th as part of the festivities, presenting the first ever Arthur Miller Award. The Arthur Miller Award will be given for dramatic writ...…

May 04, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 122) • Page Image 11

… Tuesday, May 4, 1999 - The Michigan Daily - 11 tton boggles again the occasional enunciated s "poompa" on track 29. Then loose, harsh indie rock feel with the instruments, the kind to turn up to irritate your sla Celine Dion listening neighbo The problem with this albu the tracks don't develop into >.. ~ ~memorable. And it's not the either the shortness of the tra * o nature of noise. There are catchy yet brief songs simil Dwarves. Plenty of...…

May 10, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 123) • Page Image 11

…Monday, May10,'1999- Th 6Michgar Dail - 11 .'Twas a week before 'Star Wars'... William Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream Fox Searchlight the Michigan Theater and Showcase starting May 14th *1 Shakespeare done well is a thing of beauty. Shakespeare done badly is ... the latest film version of "A Midsummer Night's Dream." Rarely has a director misunder- stood a Shakespearean play so com- pletely or made one so boring as chael loffmann (O...…

May 17, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 124) • Page Image 11

…Monday, May 17, 1999 - The Michigan Daily --11 ick'S elcomes ndie hit hamberlin y Mary E. McGreevy the Daily After years of soul searching, hamberlin has finally found their nice. After two years of work, bhamberlin's latest album, "The loon My Saddle," has just hit the treet. And with a three-year gap etween this records, Chamberlin as gone through dramatic changes. Chamberlin grew up in the under- round punk scene. which greatly uenced the...…

May 24, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 125) • Page Image 11

…Monday, May 24# 1999 - The Michigan, Daily - 11 ICP blends several genres on few release Jeckel Brothers' Some tracks on "Top Dogg" are pro- scary about this British group. Beauty, duced by Dr. Dre, but they are over- sentiment and deep funky soul character- shadowed by the smooth and retro ize the new album by Nihtmares On West-Coast brand production cif DJ Wax, "Carboot Stul." The third album Quick, Ant Bank and Meech Wells. by George Eve...…

May 04, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 122) • Page Image 12

…12 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, May 4, 1999 Connery raises stakes in sexy 'Entrapment' By Erin Podolsky Daily Arts Writer So, you're thinking about "Entrapment': Old man, old plot, old hat." Right? Wrong. In a rare move in this tell-all age, the majority of things Entrapment revealed in the "Entrapment" trailers and com- mercials take At Briarwood place in the first and Showcase 30 minutes of the film, leaving another 60 or so with fresh ...…

May 10, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 123) • Page Image 12

…The Michigan men's track team rocked the competition at its own Phil Diamond Invitational. Page 15. S? ORTS May 10, 1999 Cervenak breaks 'M' all-time hits record Game-wininig homer is his 268th career hit By Chris Grandstaff Daily Sports Editor His teammates call him "Piggy," because of his tendency to get dirty on the diamond, but the nickname also fits his down to earth, all out style of play - a style of play that has made co-captain Mi...…

May 17, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 124) • Page Image 12

…arVTM aplno Junior Michael Harris tied for the individual title at the Big Ten Championships this weekend at Minnesota. Page 15. Ze aIThcigutnUQilg SPORTS Monday May 17, 1999 Softball drops Big Ten final Minnesota upsets top-seeded Michigan, 3-2, at Alumni Field By Jon Zemke Daily Sports Writer Harrison intentionally walked designated hitter Melissa Gentile, loading the bases to face Rebecca At practice before the Big Ten softball tournam...…

May 24, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 125) • Page Image 12

…12 -- The Michigan Daily - Monday, May 24, 1999 Poor hitting hurts Wolverines throughout postseason stint Y By Jon Zemke Daily Sports Writer Michigan's Tammy Mika had been in a bit of a slump. The centerfielder had only three hits in her last 16 at bats. Now, in the regional tournament that top-seeded Michigan was hosting, the Wolverines were about to be eliminated. Mika was facing perhaps the last at bat of her career. There was one out in ...…

May 04, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 122) • Page Image 13

…Tuesday, May 4, 1999 - The Michigan Daily - 13 Tennis plays good host, loses in Big Ten quarters 0 y Josa Rosenzweig The team entered the Big Ten plete reversal of the other day. Farah McCain all came up short. McCain's Tnrnmna th hne dnA he Nn 2' d d ni hi Nn 2 ciolf- mtnh to ln u nivtal athr nt km u nt_ On Friday afternoon, the expectations of the Michigan men's tennis team were greeted unhappily when the team lost to seventh-seeded and lo...…

May 10, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 123) • Page Image 13

…Michigan catcher Melissa Gentile isn't a nervous per- son. But on a cool April day at Northwestern the butterflies ad been unleashed and acre flying freely in her stomach. They shouldn't have been. The at bat was like any of the other hundreds she had taken before. DANA INNANE Da But every at bat is unique in its own way, and this at bat's distinction was a rare one. It was Gentile's first at bat since she had back surgery in November. She was...…

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