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December 13, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 49) • Page Image 1

…I Irraan One hundred four years of editorial freedom Vo,.: CV- N .'^n tti Z lk U.N. peacekeepers The Washington Post Michael Rose, was in the Serb strong- ZAGREB, Croatia - Two wire- hold of Pale seeking permission for stay guided antitank missiles, fired from helicopter evacuation of the injured the Serb positions, blasted a U.N. armored soldier. con personnel carrier yesterday, wound- The attack, which Risley termed a yesi ing four Bangla...…

December 12, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 48) • Page Image 1

…2 il IWt One hundred four years of editorial freedom I Russian troops storrepub I; Newsday * MOSCOW -Russian troops surged into the breakaway republic of Chechnya yesterday in an effort to stamp out a three-year-old separatist rebellion by leaders of the volatile, oil-rich region. As columns of tanks and troops streamed in from three directions, Chechen leader Dzhokhar Dudayev warned that the action could turn the entire North Caucusus re...…

December 09, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 47) • Page Image 1

…e'Elan Unit- One hundred four years of editorial freedom MSA safety walk report details hazardous campus areas Report finds problems with safety phones, lighting By AMY KLEIN Daily Staff Reporter The Michigan Student Assembly has targeted the Medical Center and Markley area, South Forest Avenue 40 North Campus as three of the most unsafe areas on and off campus, in a report released Tuesday. On Oct. 27, MSA asked students, University emplo...…

December 08, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 46) • Page Image 1

…Jig'Elan "Utly One hundred four years of editorial freedom , . ... ; mow:;,:: - 4; I Jurors will make 4th attempt to hear code proposals By RONNIE GLASSBERG Daily Staff Reporter Student jurors will make a fourth a next month to hear amendments to the ment of Student Rights and Responsil the University's code of non-academ duct. On Jan. 30, the student jurors wi ,proposed amendments to the code fr W~ffice of Student Affairs, the Michiga...…

December 07, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 45) • Page Image 1

…One hundred four years of editorial freedom 743 atili 56eas ldROBERT E. RUBIN Th56 years old * Former co-chairman of Goldman Sachs, a Wall Street investment firm * Key player in deficit reduction * Managed blind trust for Lloyd Bensten, whom he now succeeds Described by colleagues as n "honest broker" Known for low-key nature * Helped raise funds for Clinton's 1992 presidential campaign r Personal fortune estimated at $100-$150 million Harv...…

December 06, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 44) • Page Image 1

…Jr.,r r~run ti --. ad g loll IN kkk One hundred four years of editorial freedom Amid applause, GOP taps Gingrich as next speaker The Washington Post WASHINGTON - House Re- publicans yesterday named Rep. Newt Gingrich as their choice to become the first Republican speaker in 40 years at a televised caucus meeting that com- bined the enthusiasm of a football rally with the seriousness of a history lec- *re. His most boisterous fans among the ...…

December 05, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 43) • Page Image 1

…--'!Fl Or'tArw *rnw One hundred four years of editorial freedom Jnvestigators still looking for answers From Staff and Wire Reports Federal investigators have not determined the cause of Thursday's medical helicopter crash near North Campus, which killed a doctor, nurse and pilot. The helicopter crashed shortly after takeoff, after the pilot apparently attempted an emergency landing in a grassy field near the Philips Components building on...…

December 02, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 42) • Page Image 1

…It *rnl One hundred four years of editorial freedom 'He was 40 or 50 feet from the ground and then he went for the ground like a brick.' Larry Boles, a construction worker from Warren Helicopter crash kills 3 Historic trade agreement sails through Senate *MedFlight falls near N. Campus By DAVID SHEPARDSON Daily News Editor An Ann Arbor medical helicopter crashed four minutes after takeoff yes- terday morning near a North Campus family-h...…

December 01, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 41) • Page Image 1

…One hundred four years of editorial freedom *rn 0 First- class stamp cost to increase to 32 cents The Washington Post WASHINGTON - The price of a first-class letter will jump to 32 cents starting Jan. 1. The independent Postal Rate Com- mission yesterday endorsed the pro- posed 32-cent stamp, declaring that the nation's troubled mail service would further deteriorate if the Postal Service were denied urgently needed evenues. The commission r...…

November 30, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 40) • Page Image 1

…dOore news on GATT The General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade vote passed the U.S. House of Representatives yesterday, 288-146. The Senate will vote on GATT tomorrow. Also: 0 Nine of Michigan's 16 presentatives voted for ATT. * Clinton praises Congress for approving GATT M See additional stories, Page 7 One hundred four years of editorial freedom *rnt House approves GATT by wide margin WASHINGTON (AP)-The U.S. House of Representatives, br...…

November 29, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 39) • Page Image 1

…. fhe rmin One hundred four years of editorial freedom .. .. *rni :iorway votes no on European Union pact By KARIN WALLENSTEEN Special to the Daily Though far from home, North European University students have hotly debated and closely watched political discussions on membership in the European Union. A referendum held yesterday in Norway, rejected membership in the uropean Union. Earlier, both Fin- d and Sweden held national plebi- scites a...…

November 28, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 38) • Page Image 1

…it 'clan *rn1 One hundred four years of editorial freedom 1iErkey day break gives students a needed rest By JAMES R. CHO and DAVID SHEPARDSON Daily News Editors Gobble, gobble, gobble. The University ground to a virtual standstill as most of the 35,000 stu- dents deserted Ann Arbor and headed to all points home Wednesday. Yesterday, many students dodged al and frozen rain in driving back to pus while others were left stranded in airport te...…

November 23, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 37) • Page Image 1

…YC 2ir 4 Uain One hundred four years of editorial freedom I I ta ef ra I News Analysis Session to begm with lame ducks, so agenda Michigan Legislature to return next week with last chance to affect legislation By JONATHAN BERNDT Daily Staff Reporter. After all the Thanksgiving turkey *consumed, the Michigan Legisla- ture will return to.work next week for its "lame duck" session, the lastchance for defeated and retiring lawmakers to affect ...…

November 22, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 24) • Page Image 1

…t,,Ig tti One hundred four years of editorial freedom V4l -V o 4AnAbr ihgn-Tedy oebr2,19 19 h ih al BLASTIN' AWAY NATO planes hit Serbian air base Clinton calls bombing 'entirely appropriate' Police composite of molester Search for molester produces new clues By FRANK C. LEE Daily Staff Reporter A ski mask used by a suspected serial molester has been found by the Ann Arbor police and is being exam- ined for clues. The police tracking dog,...…

November 21, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 35) • Page Image 1

…WREO ti One hundred four years of editorial freedom Vol CV, ,, 4m ' - a 4 aStudents approve funding .for AATU Michigan Party will retain majority of seats on assembly; 6.2 percent vote By CATHY BOGUSLASKI Daily Staff Reporter The balanceofpoweron the Michi- gan Student Assembly will not change significantly following last week's midterm elections, but a majority of voters disagreed with the party in power on at least one issue. The Michigan...…

November 18, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 34) • Page Image 1

…'C i c rt tt1 One hundred four years of editorial freedom Former surgeon general to speak at winter graduation By LISA DINES Daily Staff Reporter Antonia Novello, former U.S. sur- geon general, will address students at this winter's commencement ceremony Dec. 18, University officials announced yes- terday. President George Bush appointed 'vello as the 14th surgeon general of the U.S. Public Health Service in 1990. She was the first woman ...…

November 17, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 33) • Page Image 1

…~~~2 lEt Un 1 4w 4 One hundred four years of editorial freedom J)uderstadt anticipates less funds from GOP I Regents-elect Horning, Fischer to attend today's board meeting By RONNIE GLASSBERG Daily Staff Reporter Republican tightening of the purse ngs in Washington and Lansing y bring fewer dollars to the Uni- versity, President James J. Duderstadt said in an interview yesterday. By allocating funds to the Univer- sity, the state has an eno...…

November 16, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 24) • Page Image 1

…t mx i One hundred four years of editorial freedom EleCtion f or' MSA begin with gewissues By CATHY BOGUSLASKI Daily Staff Reporter Starting today, students have the chance to choose who will represent them on the Michigan Student As- seimbly for the next year. For candidates, the main question may be who will win, but for many students, the main question is, "Why Ther to vote?" Turnout in MSA elections histori- cally has been low, often be...…

November 15, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 31) • Page Image 1

…6peakers urge city to address domestic abuse By MATTHEW SMART and MICHELLE LEE THOMPSON Daily Staff Reporters In an emotional appeal urging the city to better address domestic violence, 45 speakers told the City Council not to ignore sexual assault during a public hearing last night. More than 200 students and local residents filled the council chambers to capacity as they listened to the testimony, much of it emotional. Some speakers recalled...…

November 14, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 30) • Page Image 1

…'Elfin rn One hundred four years of editorial freedom 4 C V , N o . 3 A1 A r , g -4 Engler ti By SPENCER DICKINSON Daily Staff Reporter Gov. John Engler became a father for the first, second and third times yesterday as his wife Michelle gave birth to triplets at the University. "It's the most beautiful thing. It's really wonderful," Engler said of his "three beautiful girls." The babies - Margaret Rose, Hannah Michelle and Madeline Jenny -...…

November 11, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 29) • Page Image 1

…it 00 if jt *ri One hundred four years of editorial freedom .' minority student enrollment reaches all-time record By RONNIE GLASSBERG Daily Staff Reporter Asian American enrollment at the University increased 1 percent this year, according to fall enrollment fig- ures released Wednesday - the larg- est increase for a minority group since the Michigan Mandate began in 1987. With this increased enrollment, and slight increases in Black, His...…

November 10, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 28) • Page Image 1

…few gains in state Legislature By JONATHAN BERNDT Daily Staff Reporter They played "We are the Champi- ons" at the victory party Tuesday night as Gov. John Engler won re-election by more than 700,000 votes. But state Republicans were not as dominant in the legislative races. In the state House, which had been lit evenly, the Republicans seem to ve picked up only one seat. But it is enough to give them an outright ma- jority for the first time ...…

November 09, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 27) • Page Image 1

…National Tally V.S. Senate 53-47 U.S. House 232-202 U.S. Senate Virginia Charles Robb (D) Oliver North (R) Tennessee Jim Cooper (D) Fred Thompson (R) Bill Frisk (R) / Jim Sasser (D) U.S. Hoi se Illinois Michael Flanagan (R) *Dan Rostenkowski (D) Goverors California *PeteV4ilson.(R) Kathleen Brown (D) Florida Jeb Bush (R) *Lawton Chiles (D) Massachussetts *William F. Weld (R) Mark Roosevelt (D) New York George E. Pataki (R) *Mario M. Cuomo...…

November 08, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 26) • Page Image 1

…nelaan One hundred four years of editorial freedom Uti Showdown '94 at the ballot box Republicans favored in tight races The Baltimore Sun WASHINGTON - An election that could profoundly change the bal- ance of U.S. politics reaches polling booths today after the most expensive - and one of the meanest- midterm campaigns on record. Odds favor a Republican takeovr 4 the Senate, according to politicians both parties, and a Republican take- ov...…

November 07, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 25) • Page Image 1

…we f*4 F LETac *ri r One hundred four years of editorial freedom $M4 EM Fire strikes vacan By MICHELLE JOYCE Daily Staff Reporter Fire ravaged through the floors of the former Delta Sigma Phi fraternity house early Saturday morning, leav- ing the fate of the house uncertain. The Ann Arbor Fire Department received acall at4:16 a.m. Saturday. By the time firefighters arrived at 1315 Hill St. a few minutes later, the blaze had already sprea...…

November 04, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 24) • Page Image 1

…e trial a fit, IMPPW One hundred four years of editorial freedom Former cream puff Purdue could challenge Wolverines By RACHEL BACHMAN Daily Football Writer When the nation's sports pundits called Michigan's 1994 football schedule one of the most grueling, chances are slim that Purdue figured into their calculations. Saturday's 1 p.m. game in West Lafayette was probably *oked on as a given. The Boilermakers (2-1-2 Big Ten, 4-2-2 overall) w...…

November 03, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 23) • Page Image 1

…r4fin 1,,4 ail One hundred four years of editorial freedom [, o CVNo 3 ,P r 11 N,* U.S. moves to prop up dollar Greenback falls to record low The Washington Post WASHINGTON - The United States intervened in oreign currency markets yesterday to prop up the value of the dollar after it hit a record low against the Japanese yen and remained weak against the German mark. The Federal Reserve - acting for itself and the Treasury Department - bou...…

November 02, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 22) • Page Image 1

…itwI mx tti One hundred four years of editorial freedom Serial molester linkedto 5 assaults in ci Ise rfler to 5 litN .' By FRANK C. LEE Daily Staff Reporter Ann Arbor police believe the sus- pect involved in the abduction and threatened rape of a University stu- dent Oct. 23 may be responsible for at t four other assaults on women in e city and throughout the county during the past four years. This comes in the wake of a serial rapist alre...…

November 01, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 21) • Page Image 1

…Ig 2irrn UAr One hundred four years of editorial freedom -o VN. .AnAbr ihgn- .oebti19 94m IHALLOWEEN MUSIC Education key in gov r race By JONATHAN BERNDT Daily Staff Reporter For about 80 percent of the University's undergraduates, the road to Ann Arbor ran through a public high school. For the last 15 months, no issue has concerned Michigan's politicians more than educating the 1.6 mil- lion K-12 students in the state. In July 1993, the L...…

October 31, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 20) • Page Image 1

…it I ti One hundred four years of editorial freedom -'U'may decriminalize 10 offenses, increase parking fines By RONNIE GLASSBERG Daily Staff Reporter Ten University criminal offenses - cluding disorderly conduct alcohol pc sion or consumption on campus - c become civil offenses under a proposed cl to a regents' ordinance. At the same tin Jniversity would double the cost for parking violations. The proposal needs the approval c University B...…

October 28, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 20) • Page Image 1

…It I Un Unt One hundred four years of editorial freedom I , A' The gD Campus walk finds night-time hazards By CATHY BOGUSLASKI Daily Staff Reporter Several University and city offi- cials saw campus from a student's point of view last night - and found that in many places, the lack of light- ing, overgrown foliage and other haz- ards posed serious safety concerns. The Michigan Student Assembly nsored the Campus Safety Aware- nss Walk-Throu...…

October 27, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 19) • Page Image 1

…ILy 'Er- tti -Agilk limpp;r One hundred four years of editorial freedom Puderstadt discusses women s agenda 0 By ROBIN BARRY Daily Staff Reporter University President James J. Duderstadt discussed the Michigan Agenda for Women with University women at a town meeting yester- day. The meeting, organized by the Women's Commission, marked the second time Duderstadt has met with *niversity staff this year about the agenda. A meeting with faculty...…

October 26, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 12) • Page Image 1

…WEo t One hundred four years of editorial freedom Ford donates $5.5M toward 'U' campaign .. .... .... ...... ...... .. I Clinton begins trip to Mideast By RONNIE GLASSBERG Daily Staff Reporter The Ford Motor Co. announced Monday vill donate $5.5 million to the University's Campaign for Michigan - the largest single gift in the five-year campaign to raise $1 billion. "It's a tremendous gift and it's one that we're very grateful for," sai...…

October 25, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 19) • Page Image 1

…*} Library n By RONNIE GLASSBERG Daily Staff Reporter The namesake of the Harold T. and Vivian B. Shapiro Undergraduate Library said he knew it was traditional to name buildings after past presi- dents and he is happy they picked the UGLi. "I'm extremely pleased for a number of rea- &s: Ihave a wonderful relationship with Harlan Hatcher; it's also very close to where the Eco- nomics Building usedto be that burned down; and I have an enormous c...…

October 24, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 18) • Page Image 1

….11 .Man kidi . Police say incident is r related to Ann Arbor serial rapist By LARA TAYLOR Daily Staff Reporter An 18-year-old female University st as kidnapped at gunpoint and returne armed yesterday morning, according to reports. The student was volunteering at Huror Baptist Church, 3150 Glazier Way, fc Student Jiospitalized after 2-way frat party By KATIE HUTCHINS and MICHELLE LEE THOMPSON Daily Staff Reporters An LSA sophomore was taken to...…

October 21, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 17) • Page Image 1

…i trrn *rnv One hundred four years of editorial freedom 7, Ay - 4 Nike, athletic department sign $7 million contract By MICHELLE LEE THOMPSON Daily Sports Writer In the largest deal ever between industry and collegiate athletics, Nike Inc. signed a contract Wednesday with the University, which will give the athletic department al- wst $7 million, mostly in apparel and schol- hips. The deal is in addition to personal services contracts Nike...…

October 20, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 16) • Page Image 1

…'nelaran One hundred four years of editorial freedom ti AAPD heads task force to locate rapist Gov. John Engler (left) and challenger Howard Wolpe field questions following last night's final gubernatorial debate in East Lansing. Verbal fr mr fd By FRANK C. LEE Daily Staff Reporter Ann Arbor police released addi- tional information yesterday on the multi-agency task force responsible for identifying and apprehending the man who allegedly ...…

October 19, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 15) • Page Image 1

…It I I ml t tY One hundred four years of editorial freedom yane eyes new 'U' journalism unit in report By RONNIE GLASSBERG Daily Staff Reporter *A communication department faculty group has pro- posed an independent journalism unit in an 89-page proposal to a committee looking at revamping the depart- ment. Under the proposal, a major in journalism would require a dual concentration in another academic depart- ment. To what extent the propo...…

October 18, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 14) • Page Image 1

… E tirn Uti One hundred four years of editorial freedom Ann Ar:r, Mchiga - Tueday, ctobe 18, 194 n 994aT.s Vol. CV, No. 14 Police rele, By FRANK C. LEE have a po Daily Staff Reporter or two in Ann Arbor police released new neck. information yesterday on a suspected The p serial rapist who is alleged to be in- nounced t volved in the rape and beating of an task forc Ann Arbor woman last Thursday night serial rapi ar Community High School. th...…

October 17, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 13) • Page Image 1

…Aristide focuses on selecting pficials Los Angeles Times PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti - The flags still waved, the troops remained on the streets and crowds milled about the Presidential Palace yesterday, but President Jean-Bertrand Aristide spent his first full day back in Haiti out of sight, attending to the dull routine of governing. According to diplomats, Aristide advisers and Haitian political figures, his first task will be to name a new prime...…

October 14, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 12) • Page Image 1

…0 ~42 *rnt I "f s.' M F. 'K Q t s'' One hundred four years of editorial freedom Big Ten title may be on the line as 'M' faces Lions By MICHAEL ROSENBERG Daily Football Writer Is tomorrow's Michigan-Penn State foot- ball game important? Only if you consider a Big Ten title, a Rose Bowl bid and a shot at the national title important. Penn State coach Joe Paterno and Michigan ch Gary Moeller apparently do, because they are taking this gam...…

October 13, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 11) • Page Image 1

…webn 4,b One hundred four years of editorial freedom EN FM -A l I t :'t Attorney places 'hazing n trial' By MELISSA KOENIGSBERG For the Daily One of the foremost experts on haz- ing transformed Rackham Auditorium into a courtroom last night, where he put "Hazing on Trial." David L. Westol, a former pros- uting attorney and current executive director of Theta Chi fraternity, spoke before small crowd of fraternity and sorority members. "My pu...…

October 12, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 10) • Page Image 1

…* 1 Assembly passes budget MSA representatives continue to protest decrease in tenants' union funding By CATHY BOGUSLASKI Daily Staff Reporter The Michigan Student Assembly, after more than a month of trying, has finally passed its budget. Last night, the assembly ratified external budget, which includes 6,750 designated for lobbying and no additional funds for the Ann Arbor Tenants' Union (AATU). The surplus budget already allo- cates $2,000 ...…

October 11, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 9) • Page Image 1

…9 1~ Cir rn One hundred Four years of editorial freedom Vo.CN. n S -11tb 11 199 0, 9 h a al r'U students ask for greater input in Diag renovations By CHASTITY PRATT For the Daily As students trudge through, under and ound the half-dozen construction sites that e the Diag, few stop to consider what the ace will look like when the dust settles. According to the University planner's of- the 20,000 students on Central Campus eryday make a...…

October 10, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 8) • Page Image 1

…One hundred four years of editorial freedom t1 MSA reps question quorum for budget CSJ rules budget will not go into effect without approval of meeting minutes By CATHY BOGUSLASKI Daily Staff Reporter As the fall term heads into its second month, the Michigan Student Assembly is still working on its first order of business - passing a budget. A group of MSA representatives filed a complaint with the Central Student Judiciary (CSJ) after last...…

October 07, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 7) • Page Image 1

…WEt 4 od 4v 41 Itqq run T *ri One hundred four years of editorial freedom Sig Eps turns in charter after sanctions By KATIE HUTCHINS Daily Staff Reporter The Alpha chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon - sanctioned more than any Greek body in recent history - took drastic action Wednesday. The fraternity turned in its charter. As now former Sig Eps President Scott Sandler said, "We're going to be allowed to live (at the house) as normal, rent-payi...…

October 06, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 6) • Page Image 1

…Webv til One hundred four years of editorial freedom financial aid director to retire after 17 years in office By RONNIE GLASSBERG Daily Staff Reporter The man who has helped students find money to attend the University announced he will leave his post after 17 years. Harvey Grotrian, the director of the University's Office of Financial Aid, an- *unced yesterday that he will retire, effec- tive Jan. 31, 1995. "My greatest accomplishment and...…

October 05, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 5) • Page Image 1

…ICFIntl Air 74PI P, lw a tit! One hundred four years of editorial freedom A , 4y V C .TA unlonE keeps op By AMY KLEIN For the Daily This year marks the 20th anniver- s ry of the Graduate Employees Or- ization (GEO), the bargaining voice of University teaching assis- tants. Negiotiations have been so strained that in three of the past four contracts, GEO has voted on whether to strike. Now TAs are taking the offensive, while keeping open the...…

October 04, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 4) • Page Image 1

…'Elan Ad One hundred four years of editorial freedom ,w a, ' - ISA pro poses NEXT TIME, I'LL TAKE THE STAIRS new policy to , deter cheating By RONNIE GLASSBERG Daily Staff Reporter yrR To combat the rising problem of academic dishonesty, ' the College of LSA has revamped its academic judiciary. - The new process seeks to speed up disposition of cases and makes it easier for faculty members to file complaints by N S F,5t adding a case worker...…

October 01, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 3) • Page Image 1

…24b 'clanut Unti One hundred four years of editorial freedom ,Duderstadt predicts changes to grad students By LISA DINES Daily Staff Reporter Setting a broad vision for the fu- ture, President James J. Duderstadt said the University is moving to break down traditional boundaries in an ef- fort to change the way that students learn. "I think that one can make the case that (today's) University is better, stronger, more vital and a more exci...…

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