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September 05, 2006 (vol. 117, iss. 1) • Page Image 50

…10D - The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition 2006 MITCH'S Continued from Page 11D For students who are here now, these decisions are best left for speculation until after the space's opening - for all I know, the whole thing could be a horrible failure. But luckily for those of us who care, UMMA took a risk and didn't completely shut its doors. So here's a toast - perhaps with Mitch's beer - to the grand experiment. - This column originally...…

May 30, 2006 (vol. 116, iss. 120) • Page Image 50

…0 34 - The Michigan Daily - Orientation Edition 2006 QD r; Grapplers win Big Tens after toppling Gophers Welcome to campus Count on us throughout your college career for everything you need for school and campus life, including new and used textbooks, class and dorm supplies, insignia clothing, and much more. Order Your Textbooks Online Today www.whywaitforbooks.com Pierpont Commons Bookstore Pierpont Commons (North Campus) (743) 668-602...…

September 05, 2006 (vol. 117, iss. 1) • Page Image 51

…New Student Edition 2006 - The Michigan Daily -11D Art on tap at Mitch's "I knew we shouldn't have asked for directions at that Amoco." For all of us with distant On the other hand, and on the other memories of Mitch's before side of campus, the museum's it closed down two years temporary space is best described as ago, we also mourn the eyesore snug - cozy enough that UMMA that still looms on the corner of will only display one special Sou...…

May 30, 2006 (vol. 116, iss. 120) • Page Image 51

…i no ieIicngn uly - VIIOnedLIIa iontItonl 2UU6 - 3 Introducing Totally Free Mcard Checking from TCF BANK As the Official Mcard Bank, TCF is proud to offer you Totally Free Mcard Checking, with special features just for you. TCF Bank has 6 Branches and 26 ATMs convenient to Ann Arbor and campus. Most TCF Bank branches have evening and weekend hours and are open 7 days a week. You won't find a more convenient place to bank! e~nsi - 10 '2 I 151...…

September 05, 2006 (vol. 117, iss. 1) • Page Image 52

…12D - The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition 2006 ABOVE: Hip-hop pioneer Kool DJ Herc made a rare appearance on deck at The Blind Pig this past January. nn ntruth, Betty Wells-Goffett, owner of the legendary First Street dive bar, recalls that the Pig was one of first places Nirvana actually had an audience. As hosts for traveling rock bands and University acting troupes alike, the city's arts venues are nearly as legendary as their storied...…

September 05, 2006 (vol. 117, iss. 1) • Page Image 53

…pe orItsan Daily sports NEW STUDENT EDITION 2006 THE LIST Five questions to test your Michigan sports knowledge Aschool as rich in history as the Uni- versity has a lot that comes along with it. Everyone knows Tom Brady went here and that the Fab Five revolutionized college basketball, but it takes a true fan (or someone with essentially no life) to know the answer to these questions: LET'S >>You may have to get eclirated to wearing aize...…

September 05, 2006 (vol. 117, iss. 1) • Page Image 54

…2E - The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition 2006 F(SI Michigan football isn't just a prtea'team,a past ime - it 'saWay of life. Here's a look at the traditions that make Football Saturdays unique to 1 h >:?' s~ £ } x r. _ d Drum Major Dennis Lee performs at the Michigan Stadium. MARCHING BAND I'll admit it: I can't get enough of the marching band MURRAY LEVINE Frances Levine participates in tailgating traditions. Michigan grandma imbibe...…

September 05, 2006 (vol. 117, iss. 1) • Page Image 55

…New Student Edition 2006 - The Michigan Daily - 3E VARSITY FOOTBALL 2006 If media prognosticators know what they're talking about, 2006's Michigan vs. Ohio State game should be for all of the marbles, just as it seems every year. The defending Big Ten champion Buckeyes are atop nearly every national poll, and was unanimously selected as the favorite in the pre- season Big Ten polls. Trailing behind the favored Bucks in most pro- jections, in...…

September 05, 2006 (vol. 117, iss. 1) • Page Image 56

…4E - The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition 2006 are with the legendary eams of ic ans storied past, the '-'0 ootball sqaud turned out to be a bust. Here's a look back at the best - and worst - moments that defined an otherwise mediocre season for the Iverines. BLUE? Aw, shucks: Crazy end can't save Wolverines By Ian Herbert Daily Sports Editor SAN ANTONIO - ItresembledCaliforniavs. Stan- ford in 1982, but without the fairytale ending. D...…

September 05, 2006 (vol. 117, iss. 1) • Page Image 57

…New Student Edition 2006 - The Michigan Daily - 5E Vanderk By Anne Ulble Daily Sports Writer ATLANTA - There was a momentary silence as the crowd registered the time that flashed on the scoreboard: 4:08.60. An instant later, the Georgia Tech Aquatic Center erupted for Michigan senior captain Peter Vanderkaay as he pumped his fist toward the Wolverine cheer- ing section. Not only did he earn his sec- ond consecutive NCAA title in the 500-yard ...…

September 05, 2006 (vol. 117, iss. 1) • Page Image 58

…6E - The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition 2006 WRESTLING Underdog Wolverines take Big Ten title By David VandeVusse ed a key escape to take a 3-2 advan- Daily Sports Writer tage heading into the final frame. With 40 seconds remaining in the third, he The atmosphere at sold-out Cliff maneuvered to bring one of Kuhlman's Keen Arena was electric. And Michigan shoulders to the mat. With the crowd wrestling fans had every reason to be on its ...…

September 05, 2006 (vol. 117, iss. 1) • Page Image 59

…New Student Edition 2006 - The Michigan Daily --7E MICHIGAN SPORTS KNOWLEDGE Want a job? Know your Michigan sports history before the interviews My roommate - the one make or break her interview, it pro- of us who doesn't have voked her to study football in the season tick-_same way that she stud- ets to the Big House ies financial strategy or - has suddenly taken investment options. an interest in football. Until my roommate She was eager t...…

September 05, 2006 (vol. 117, iss. 1) • Page Image 60

…8E - The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition 2006 ALEX DZIA[ Aside from his official season T-shirt, block 'M' necklace and Michigan flag fashioned into a cape, one passionate football fan remembered appropriate headgear: a foam Wolverine head. 'Maize Rage' Men's Hoops By Dan Feldman Daily Sports Writer It was a key, late-season Big Ten basketball matchup, not to mention a huge rivalry game: Michigan vs. Michigan State. As the national anth...…

September 05, 2006 (vol. 117, iss. 1) • Page Image 61

…New Student Edition 2006 - The Michigan Daily - 9E WVEN'S CROSS COUNTRY Harriers win fourth-straight conference title in Minnesota For the fourth straight time, the Michigan women's cross country team can call itself the best of the Big Ten. The Wolverines used five of its runners finishing in the top-14 to help them easily put away its competition. "We prepared well for this week and the girls ran a good race out there," Michigan coach Mike ...…

September 05, 2006 (vol. 117, iss. 1) • Page Image 62

…10E - The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition 2006 Friends on and off the ice, Sidney Crosby (right) and Jack Johnson (left) were the first and third picks of the NHL draft, respectively. jack sidney he date was July 30,2005. The setting was the Westin Hotel in Ottawa, Ontario. The event was the 2005 NHL Entry Draft. Like any sports draft, there were prognosticators projecting which player each team would select. And there were the naysay...…

September 05, 2006 (vol. 117, iss. 1) • Page Image 63

…New Student Edition 2006 - The Michigan Daily -11E Horton's return inspires By Scott Bell Daily Sports Writer Every player on the Michigan men's basketball team experienced his fair share of losses last season. But what Daniel Horton went through transcended the game of basketball and changed his life forever. Yes, he faced the 18 losses that the rest of the team experienced. Horton also felt the loss of a teammate when his friend Lester Abra...…

September 05, 2006 (vol. 117, iss. 1) • Page Image 64

…12E - The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition 2006 IT rY Did you once think that you had what it took to be a college athlete? Did your dreams get crushed when you realized that you weren't big enough, fast enough, strong enough or geneti- cally blessed enough to make the cut - or come anywhere close? Well you're not alone. IAN HERBERT felt just as dejected as you once did until he found competition in club sports and carefree rivalry in in...…

September 05, 2006 (vol. 117, iss. 1) • Page Image 65

…A2 ' ACE DEUCEe TREE TOWN AA A NEW STUDENT EDITION 2006 WELCOME HOME THE LIST Five reasons why A2 is its own country lthough the city itself is geographically minute A- it measures less than 30 square miles - it's unique in culture, politics and history. As such, many have come to know this spot on the map as "The People's Republic of Ann Arbor." S Historically, the Ann Arbor populace has been considered one of the most politically liberal ...…

September 05, 2006 (vol. 117, iss. 1) • Page Image 66

…2F - The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition 2006 fast facts Ann Arbor boasts a number of archi- techturalstandouts - to find them, you just need to know where to look. Nickels Arcade The passageway connecting Maynard and State streets, built in the 1910s, is one of a handful of remaining glass- roofed shopping arcades in the United States. The Michigan Theater Built in 1927, the theater's renovation 50 years later actually took longer than ...…

September 05, 2006 (vol. 117, iss. 1) • Page Image 67

…The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition 2006 - 3F the essentials of A look at the finest aspects of the city, what to buy and where to go BURGERS Bumpy wins hearts, clogs arteries By Christopher Zbrozek Editorial Page Editor Let's get one thing out in the open; Meals at Krazy Jim's Blimpy Burgerlike all great unhealthy experiences, must be enjoyed in moderation. This is a place where most items that aren't grilled are deep fried. Fulfillin...…

September 05, 2006 (vol. 117, iss. 1) • Page Image 68

…4F - The Michigan Daily - New Student Edi tin20 ition 2006 A .5E £ ' ~ {Y 'C ' Strickland's Market Inc. Voted Best Liquor store in Ann Arbor for 2006! We offer: Over 400 varieties of hoer, wine, and liquor including Natural Light ($14.99 tax and deposit) Bosch Light ($15.99 tax and deposit) Kegs Fresh pizza every day for only $1.491/ slice Slurpies and Fountain drinks Phone cards Visit us. at 1352 Geddes / Phone: (734) 761-3900 B~est aec...…

September 05, 2006 (vol. 117, iss. 1) • Page Image 69

… --______________________________ The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition 2006 - 5F i NI .J: 9 is the place to go for purchasing hardware and software at educational discounts. Plus, Llet us help answer your 7e; questions about computing here at Michigan. We also by offer a low-cost software and Iy virus support service. Visit us on the web or in person to see what we have to offer. Ground Level, Michigan Union (734) 647-2537 .ice,,,.- ~...…

September 05, 2006 (vol. 117, iss. 1) • Page Image 70

…6F - The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition 2006 Not such high times for A2 CATNKOER/aiy Jon Lozer, a senior at Pickney Community High School, gets stuck at the bottom of the steep pit of the Law Library at this year's Hash Bash. By Drew Philp Daily Staff Reporter Aging hippies carrying signs of peace joined dreadlocked teenagers on the Diag April 2 to celebrate cannabis culture and protest marijuana laws in Ann Arbor's 35th annual Hash B...…

September 05, 2006 (vol. 117, iss. 1) • Page Image 71

…The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition 2006 - 7F Holiday break brings string of robberies for 'U' students By Ian Herbert and Christina Hildreth Daily Staff Reporters When LSA sophomore Alex Sutton came home after Thanksgiving Break to find thieves had bro- ken into his house on the 800 block of East Ann Street, he realized it would be a long night. Thieves had kicked in his locked bedroom door and stolen his desktop computer. To finish hi...…

September 05, 2006 (vol. 117, iss. 1) • Page Image 72

…8F - The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition 2006 DRUNKEN I ] I SOMETIMES DRUNKENNESS HAPPENS. It's a feeling you'll come to know and love. Stumbling down South University Avenue at 3 a.m., after last call at the bar; wandering bleary-eyed from a stranger's house party; inebriated and trapped on Central Campus after missing the Bursley-Baits "drunk bus" - suddenly hunger strikes. The burrito craving digs in hard and tight under your ribs...…

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