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September 30, 1999 (vol. 110, iss. 2) • Page Image 1

…N Veather Aay: Mostly cloudy. High 64. Low 45. One hundred nine earso editon 1Ieedomn omorrow: Partly cloudy. High 67. yas i y y M1h l $N Thursday September 30, 1999 S,,.'i eI v \: \' t= b eH awsuit forum dWs 200 By Michael Grass Daily Staff Reporter More than 200 University profes- sors, students, administrators and other interested groups crowded the Michigan Union Ballroom yesterday to hear a panel discuss the current sta- tus of two...…

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…2A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 30, 1999 NATION/WORLD FORUM Continued from Page 1A In Bakke, the Supreme Court ruled that racial quotas used by the University of California at Davis were unconstitutional, but in an opinion written by Justice Lewis Powell, the government had an inter- est in encouraging diversity. Although many suspect that one of the lawsuits filed against the University will make it to the Supreme Court, Payt...…

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…LOCAL/STATE The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 30, 1999 - 3A .(ESEARCH " Scientists create mice less likely to gain weight University scientists discovered that male mice without a certain gene were ss likely to gain weight and become nxious when under stressful condi- tions. The research team created a new strain of mice by deleting the gene that controls production of a protein that binds to corticotropin-releasing hor- mone or CRH, ...…

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…4A - The Michigan, Daily - Thursday, September 30, 1999 (he aid$in Daig The Daily a tradition of service and learning 420 Maynard Street Ann Arbor, MI 48109 daily.letters@umich.edu Edited and managed by students at the University of Michigan HEATHER KAMINS Editor in Chief JEFFREY KOSSEFF DAVID WALLACE Editorial Page Editors T he Michigan Daily celebrated 109 years of editorial freedom yesterday. For some, an independent daily news- paper ...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 30.1999 - 5 .. .. V E F X THE IH OLVER .rflIDE ETEME 27 OCTER2 'aM rs lue0a wsm nteda Jet HTrem on the awesome 3D fooL cli nbing wall, turb o rhitron, Sup, r J st and hungee trampoline! It's aaist gou won t ant to-missl ( 9 I I I I I I I I ill U rIn~; I 11 I I I U p i III I I i1ir, I III 1 iF 11 I I I I ii till Ii, III III III r 111161 I III "111 'I...…

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…AVAIL. NOW-Parking at 825 E. University, near East Quad. $100/mo. 665-2723. HONDA SCOOTERS tired of riding your bike to class? '89 Elite $400 & '86 Spree $200. Call 332-4134. ACURA INTEGRA '90 5 speed manual, 4 dr., 167K mi., runs great. $2800. 665-8524. AUTO INSURANCE. Buying a car? International license? Call 663-6655 & save! CARS FROM $500. Police impounds and tax repo's. For listings call 1-800-319-3323 ext. 4494. FORD CONVERSION VAN 199...…

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…HIGHER EDUCATION The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 30, 1999 - 7A MSU vigil honors former student assistants and Wonders Hall Residence Life staff members in the office. "We were just trying to bring some closure to the situation for ourselves," she said. "We've been really concerned about how the residents have been feeling." A mass e-mail was sent to students through Residence Life telling them about the vigil, Scott said. Students...…

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…QA Th N~ihicir f a;h, -Th rra- .P ta~mhnr 'RO 1 qCP 2 OI' - i ne iVcniganu any - i nuus:uay, oepttnue v ,N AONzO L NATIONORLD Solda ers : Korean; massacr'e p did occur uring war- The Associated Press It was a story no one wanted to hear: Early in the Korean War, villagers said, American soldiers machine-gunned hundreds of helpless civilians under a railroad bridge in the South Korean countryside. When the families spoke out, seeking redress...…

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… Scoreboard,. NATIONAL Pittsburgh 7, LEAGUE MILWAUKEE 5 NEW YORK 9MILWAUKEE 5, Atlanta 2 Pittsburgh 2 ST. LOUIS 6, HOUSTON 4, San Diego 5 Cincinnati 1 MONTREAL 5, Colorado at Florida 3 ARIZONA, Inc. PHILADELPHIA 5, Los Angeles at Chicago 0 SAN FRANCISCO, Inc. AMERICAN LEAGUE Detroit 6. MINNESOTA 3 Boston 6, CHICAGO 2 New York at BALTIMORE, ppd. Toronto 6, TAMPA BAY 2 Ule ii u N Tracking 'M' charity work The Michigan Athletic Department and ...…

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…10 - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 30, 1999 The Daily Grind= Underwood soccer prepares for an Indiana invasion- pops bubble Camaraderie key to undefeated season for Wolverines L . Qvy cmtly 1m1ifnham as nation turns Ihead stadium shuts its doors after 88 years. A football team shuts down one of the nation's top rushers, staying undefeated and keeping its national title hopes alive. A baseball team dashes the hopes Josh of its ...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 30, 1999 - 11 Every time you attend one of your Alumni Association's great student programs, you have the opportunity to enter a drawing to win a fantastic trip for two to whichever bowl game the Wolverines play on New Year's Day! You could go to the Rose, Citrus, Orange, or Fiesta Bowls--or even the 9National Championship Sugar Bowl in New Orleans! ] Visit our booth at X-treme Homecoming's Diag Days t...…

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…12A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday. September 30, 1999 raem s stingy defense makes Sf offensive production After making bhings difficult for Michigan two weeks ago, the 'Syracuse defense has led the Orangemen to a No. 22 ranking. LOUIS BROWN/Daily - SYRACUSE, N.Y. - After Syracuse won its third game of the season, strong safety Ian Metntosh paused and shared a lament proba- bly considered by many. "I wish we had this defense last year be...…

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…Thursday, September 30. 1999 - The Michigan Dail - 13A Showdown between Buckeyes and Badgers highlights national slate By Brm GaMn For the Daily With the non-conference schedule behind them, most coaches have an estab- lished quarterback going into the regular season. But that's not always the case. Traditional powerhouses (see *higan, Ohio State, Florida) have ques- ti.ns at the most important position, throwing conventional wisdom out the w...…

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…14A The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September , 1999 Volleyball hopes history won't repeat itself as Big Ten begins By Dena Krischer Daily Sports Writer Before the preseason even began, even before last season was over, Michigan's volleyball team hoped to do something this year it has never done before - win the whole thing. Yet as invincible as it may have been during the preseason, the Wolverines have come to realize that, although a Big Te...…

September 30, 1999 (vol. 110, iss. 2) • Page Image 15

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… Adak t tm"ran na~- f;iW- Y1 4aind. etc. MazAilfe "- hursda4. Septmbr3199 0 0 The Michigan D -Weekend M l - I ne micnigdfl Udlly I WEBSITE OF THE WEEK www.fastweb.com Fastweb.com is an ideal place to search for scholarship money. The site lists scholarships of every kind. The true use of the Fastweb is in its massive list of small and hard-to-find scholarships. When registering, you provide as much information about ourself as pos...…

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…;ik I lm - -M 4 ''- i e ic Lgar baiiy Week et 'ltt agan' 'S: ae er.80: 1 998' 0 0 Tho Michigan DPailyr-- knetc.;Mag i A weekly guide to who's Thursday, Sept. 30 where, what's happering and eee st through why you need to be there ...,e .i Wednesday, Oct. 6 SMOKE GETS IN YOUR EYES Living the high life on campus remail Films opening Drive Me Crazy This movie has Oscar con- tender written all over it. Will it live up to the hype? Only t...…

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… 4B - The Michigan Daily - Weekend, etc. Magazine - Thursday, September 30, 1999 S 0 Voting booths sure to light up over medical marijuana The Michigan Daily* Weekend, etc. 1 Not all local marijuana laws are cre By Aluta Stei nold For the Daily In the year 2000, voters in several states - including Nevada, Colorado and Maine - will be asked whether they think the medical use of marijuana should be legalized. Many students here at the Uni...…

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… 120 - T#Michigan Daily - Week^ , etc. Magazine - Thursda#September 30, 1999 f 0 0., 0 The Michigan Daily - #ekend, etc. J Marijuana isn't always a hit with users' brains, personalities By Mo Kennedy As the ganja gods Cypress Hill so elo- quently once put it, "Roll it up, light it up, smoke it up. I wanna stimulate my mind so I toke it up." Is this a reason for the attraction of smoking marijuana - the wish to stimulate one's mind? Accor...…

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… 6B -he Michigan Daily - Weend, etc. Magazine -- Thuray, September 30, 1999 f The Michigan Daily *Weekend, etc. Magazine -*hursday, September 30, @99 - 11B Carl Craig's new band breaks new ground, breaks it down QUIT YOUR WHINING AND Go RENT A MOVIE By Jason Birchmeier tive artistic experimentation may even ized language of electronic music in a Daly, Atrs iter take years before audiences learn to manner that few could understand. No...…

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…__h McianD.y_*eenec.Mg I 1D3 - The Michigan Daily - Weekend, etc. Magazine - Thursday, September 30, 1999 GOoD NEWS FOR WOODY, BAn NEws FOR GALLAGHER The MichigaMDaily fekendhetc.aga Spaceyrs big in triler with nothing suspect How would life in the United Staes be different if marijuana use was not only legal but a way of life? I pondered this question one night while I sat on my porch (yeah, I know: get over the unhealthy porch fetish, s...…

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…r 0 0 0 0 81 The Michigan Daily - Weekend, etc. Magazine - Thursday, March 25, 1999 n mu of past ~ s 4 Clockwise fromn upper left, two fans oltvn C,'"penter enjoyshi irst and po lst game at the corner with his family (Dana Linnane), tickets are collected 4 (Sara Schenck), two boys eat pizza 44 (Sara Schenck), This dude hoses down the bench in the visitors' bullpen (Sara Schenck), and Detroit Police officer s 4) Shynell Mason, brought in for sp...…

September 29, 1999 (vol. 110, iss. 1) • Page Image 1

…ICf trirn "U SA.. 4%616 0%- earner~ roday: Showers, High 70. Low 61. romorrow: Partly cloudy. High 61. One hundred nine years of editorilfreedom Wednesday September 29, 1999 A p .- ; ,a x ; hAPPY BIRTHDAY! Affirmative action takes a hit Today marks the 109th anniversary of the first edition of The Michigan Daily. Free from ~ersight by administrators and run Whtirely by studnts, the Daily has existed as a student voice on campus for ...…

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…2-The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 29, 1999 N ATION/W ORLD Bradley proposes health care plan LOS ANGELES (AP) - Presidential candidate Bill Bradley unveiled a $65 bil- lion plan yesterday to dramatically expand the federal health care system, and accused Al Gore of shying away from the challenge to insure all Americans. "This is not the time to be timid," he said. Bradley, who called health care cover- age an unalienable right - as ...…

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… LOCAL/STATE The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 29, 1999 -- 3 HIGHER EDUCATION L Two unions authorize strike effectin MSU Members from unions represent- ing more than 1,000 workers at Michigan State University have authorized a strike that could disrupt campus life. Local 1585 representing groundskeepers, maintenance workers and food service workers numbering 940 members, and Local 999 repre- senting plumbers, carpenters and elec- * c...…

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…4 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 29, 1999 U k e trb4llgttn 3 ttil Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan Gag me with a spoon . 420 Maynard Street Ann Arbor, MI 48109 daily. letters@umich.edu Edited and managed by students at the University of Michigan HEATHER KAMINS Editor in Chief JEFFREY KOSSEFF DAVID WALLACE Editorial Page Editors Unless otherwise noted, unsigned editorials reflect the opinion ofthe majority ofthe Daily editorial board. ...…

September 29, 1999 (vol. 110, iss. 1) • Page Image 5

…The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 29, 1999 - 5 FORTUNE TI WORK MI Imagine looking forward to the week as much as you look forward to the weekend. Imagine spending each minute with unlimited opportunity and continuous options. At Ernst & Young we provide access to the most sophisticated and effective tools in the industry. See you Monday. www.ey.com I I …

September 29, 1999 (vol. 110, iss. 1) • Page Image 6

…S* AVAIL. NOW-Parking at 825 E. University, near East Quad. $100/mo. 665-2723. ***QUIET 2 BDRM. APT. 939 Dewey St. Prkg., heat. $750. 761-9477h, 622-7666w. 1 BDRM. in 2 bdrm townhouse. Near AATA. $500/utils. Prkg. furn. Idry. A/C. 677-4383. 1 BDRM. in 2 bdrm. hse., pkrg., semi-furn., ldry. $425/mo. 806 Pearl. 214-1454. 1 ROOM AVAIL. in 5 bdrm house. 608 N. Main. $375-425 all utils. incl.995-1832. 2 BDRMS. FURNISHED/UNFURN. avail. NOW for 12 ...…

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… NATION/WORLD The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 29, 1999 - 7 hina begins 50th anniversary observance SH GHAI, China -China has begun a week approved by the Central Committee of the f festivities marking 50 years of Communist rule Communist party. An example: "Rely on the y hosting some of the world's wealthiest capital- working class wholeheartedly." is in the skyscrapers of a new Shanghai business The parade, with dozens of floats ...…

September 29, 1999 (vol. 110, iss. 1) • Page Image 8

…Hoch Hip-Hops at DrumAdS auit Tomorrow in Daily Arts: 0 Danny Hoch comes to Shaman Drum. The spoken word artist U Weekend, etc. examines the controversies surrounding performs selections from his collection, "Jails, Hospitals and marijuana use. Hip-Hop. 8 p.m. Wednesday September 29, 1999 Anderson reinvents Melville novel Patricia Barber comes to the Bird of Paradise tomorrow and Saturday, Pyt Poeticc Ba~prber perfer. By Jeff Druchniak Weeke...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 29, 1999 - 9 ° . r ..' : Bewitching 'Charmed' casts delectable spells By Aaron Rich Francisco is that you get the best of all Daily Arcs Writer worlds. Not only are these people beau- There remain a few simple pleasures tiful, rich and intelligent (well, sort of), on Earth. Singing "Billie Jean" falsetto but they also have the highly-sought- ~kc hi rhl n thf licta dnA xn-h- nft n r toc nall ert f a- ...…

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…1& - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 29, 1999 'Three Kings' explode on George Bush, Los Angeles Times In January 1991, ttcr raqi President Saddam Hussein ordered his troops to invade Kuwit. a coali- tion of U.S.-led forces launched an intensive air, ground and s a attack to expel Iraq and restore Kuwai i independence. With the largest overs ,as U . combat-troop deployment since the Vietnam War, the Persian Gulf War severely cripp...…

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… Joreboard- ERICAN TEXAS 10, LEAGUE Seattle o New York 9. Oakland at BALTIMORE 5 ANAHEIM, Inc. Toronto 8., TAMPA BAY 2 NATIONAL Cleveland 2. LEAGUE KANSAS CITY 1 Florida 5, Detroit 7. MONTREAL 3 MINNESOTA 4 Chicago 8. PHILADELPHIA 2 Atlanta 9. NEW YORK 3 Cincinnati 4, HOUSTON 1 Pittsburgh at MILWAUKEE, ppd. San Diego at ST. LOUIS. ppd. ftme iduimi kil Tracking 'M' clubs The Michigan men's volleyball club will hold open try- OUts Monday, Oct...…

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…Wednesday, September 29, 1999 - The Michigan Daily - 13 Vols investigate fraud allegations ESPN: Internal memos show officials knew of tutors' academic forgery KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Tennessee officials are currently investigating whether tutors did schoolwork for football players, as N reported on Sunday. 'Tennessee President J. Wade Gilley, who started his job last month, said Monday that the school is following "normal procedure and has...…

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…14 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 29, 1999 LATACK Continued from Page 11 Sugar Bowls dancing in its head right now. But in order to get to the national championship game on January 4, the Boilers have quite a task ahead of them. In the next four weeks, Purdue plays at No.4 Michigan and No. 12 Ohio State, and hosts No. 14 Michigan State and No. 2 Penn State. The chances that Purdue will win two of those games are slim. And even if...…

September 28, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 151) • Page Image 1

…It, 47R 40 v ti hIfn. ...AL - ga~ier ~day: Mostly cloudy. High 77, Low 65. ~morrow: Showers. High 66. One hundred eight years of editordfreedom Tuesday September 28, 1999 1ACUAreviews harassment policy y Jeremy W. Peters aily Staff Reporter In the spring of 1986. the Senate Advisory ommittee on University Affairs released a at-ment on the University's policy regarding UI relationships between faculty and stu- ents - that was the last t...…

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…1 9 - Tha NMirhio;;n nnil - T11rpcr'M- , ntpmr OP ' )Q100~t NATION/WORLD GOP plans to link wages, taxes The Washington Post WASHINGTON - With the Republicans' $792 billion tax bill offi- cially dead, lawmakers and lobbyists for business interests are looking to a bill boosting the minimum wage as their best vehicle for achieving significant tax relief this year. Republicans had previously promised to provide help to small busi- nesses most...…

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… LOCAL/STATE Leaves, grass spontaneously combust Ohe Ann Arbor Fire Department responded to a grass fire behind the Varsity Tennis Center on South State Street on Friday afternoon. Fire officials reported the fire, which they think began with spontaneous combustion. The fire was quickly brought under control and was con- tained to a pile of leaves and grass. The fire, located about 200 to 300 yards from the center, did not damage building. '...…

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…4 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, September 28, 1999 cie £rbtiguu &ig Take me out to the ballgame, take me out with the crowd. 420 Maynard Street Ann Arbor, MI 48109 daily.fetters@umich.edu Edited and managed by students at the University of Michigan HEATHER KAM1INS Editor in Chief JEFFREY KOSSEFF DAVID WALLACE Editorial Page Editors Unless otherwise noted, unsigned editorials reflect the opinion of the majority of the Dailv's editorial b...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, September 28, 1999 - 5 .U' conducts study on diversity in suburbs By Emily Mitchell For the Daily Low-status suburbs have a poverty rate six times higher Wan the poverty rate of high-status suburbs, according to a study conducted by University sociologist David Harris. For one year, Harris, who works out of the Institute for Social Research, conducted independent research about the diversity and socioeconomic st...…

September 28, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 151) • Page Image 6

…AVAIL. NOW-Parking at 825 E. University, near East Quad. $100/mo. 665-2723. DELUXE DOUBLE LOFT with ladder & 2 shelves. Designed for Markley & Bursley. 11.5 ft. wide. Ready to assemble. Call 975- 4595 or 623-2351. HONDA SCOOTERS tired of riding your bike to class? '89 Elite $400 & '86 Spree $200. Call 332-4134. ACURA INTEGRA '90 5 speed manual, 4 dr., 167K mi., runs great. $2800. 665-8524. BLUE '95 NEON, 22,000 mi., stereo, air, manual trans...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, September 28, 1999 - 7 'Thousands flee Russian bombings in rogue province GROZNY, Russia (AP) - Terrified civilians :ried to flee Chechnya by the thousands yester- day, driven out by a Russian bombing blitz intended to crush Islamic militants in the break- away republic. "I wish I were dead," mourned Tamara *yeva, whose house in Grozny was destroyed by Russian bombs. "I don't know what to do or where to go." Aliy...…

September 28, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 151) • Page Image 8

… Kenneth Kiesler conducts at Hill Auditorium. The University Symphony Orchestra will perform Smetana's "The Moldau" and Shostakovich's "Symphony No. 5." 8 p.m. Ufbe idjia &tu omorrow In Daily Arts: U Check out a preview of Laurie Anderson's multi-media performance, "Songs nd Stores From Moby Dick," 8 Tuesday September 28, 1999 d/ Locklear joins cast of 'SpAMin C ity By Greg Bibens For the Daily The catchy theme song and familiar faces o...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, September 28 1999 - 9 Latin music returns to America with wave of new pop starlets IV la Ward and Marin Hinkle play a mother-daughter combo in "Once and Again." Once and Again,' Zwick's seres shines By Sara Stillman For the Daily From the Emmy award-winning *cutive producers Marshall Herskovitz and Edward Zwick ("thir- tysomething," "My So-Called Life"), ABC's "Once and Again" closes the gap between Generation...…

September 28, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 151) • Page Image 10

…10 -The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, September 28, 1999 BREAKING EC{D REVIEWS OF THE MUSIC INDUSTRY POP SHOWS SURVIVAL INSTINCT ON 'AVENUE \YWRLE ASES H.V.Y.1' showcases B Stuck Mojo's raw fury Ann Arbor native son, punk godfather, the wiriest man in show business - there's a litany of titles that can be bestowed on the former James Osterberg. But, these days, for Iggy Pop, a man who, a few decades ago, would have been a good candidate for ...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, September 28, 1999 - 11 Global resources. Local presence. Start your technology career on the One of the keys to Warburg Dillon Read's status as the leading global investment bank is a technological capability that's the envy of the industry. To help us keep our edge in information technology, we're looking for individuals with diverse academic and extracurricular backgrounds, and a passion for technology. In ord...…

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…Scoreboard RrdTracking 'M' teams NATIONAL AMERICAN Ch. White Sox 3, Check out the Michigan hockey team this weekend LEAGUE LEAGUE MINNESOTA 1 when it opens its season with a pair of exhibition CINCINNATI 9, DETROIT 8, NFL games - an intersquad matchup on Friday and a con- ST. LOUIS 7 Kansas City 2 FOOTBALL ts ihWlrdLuirO audy MONTREAL8, BOSTON 5, San Francsco a test with Wilfred Laurier on Saturday. Fioria 4 Baltimore 3Arizona, imc Colorado at...…

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…Tuesday, September 28 1999 - The Michigan Diy -13 High mileage promises big results for men's harriers Five Wolverines training upwards of 100 miles per week Ryan C. Moloney y Sports Writer If you want to know how hard the Michigan men's cross country team has trained over the last two weeks, look no further than one startling sta- tistic. The distance from Ann Arbor to South Bend, the sight of this Saturday's Notre Dame Invitational, is ar...…

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…14 The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, September 28, 1999 LESSONS Continued from Page 12 Arkansas and No. 7 Brigham Young. But the most important change from last season is the Wolverines' perception of the game. They aren't concerned about their next opponent or any of the other teams they will face. They don't worry about how well they're doing in the rankings or where they will finish in the Big Ten. The pressure of establishing itself as one of...…

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