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October 26, 1990 (vol. 101, iss. 38) • Page Image 1

…iriuian Vol. CI, No. 38 Ann Arbor, Michigan - Friday, October 26, 1990 Copyrght® 1990 Budget bill WASHINGTON (AP)- Bargain- ers wrestled with lingering disputes over benefit cuts and tax breaks yes- terday but congressional leaders pre- dicted passage for the broad deficit- reduction bill supported by President Bush. None of the outstanding differ- ences was seen as a deal-killer for the $250 billion collection of tax in- creases and spend...…

October 26, 1990 (vol. 101, iss. 38) • Page Image 2

…Page 2-The Michigan Daily- Friday, October 26, 1990 J Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson Bhutto refuses to concede In ThE. Mi dd LEcaGE s, LordS kcN4 VssaLs tjVE4 iN 'aFur( LE syst Em. TI4TS "F.U9N)L" S'(SEM . I I \ .. I'' '5 _ 4.) JUST WPEN I TOUJGHT TWikS JUNK WA'S BEGINNIG W~TU MA' SlEIASE. 03 >f) 0. ISLAMABAD, Pakistan (AP) - A conservative coalition scored a landslide victory over former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto yesterda...…

October 26, 1990 (vol. 101, iss. 38) • Page Image 3

…The Michigan Daily -Friday, October 26, 1990 - Page 3 *1 ~.. S tudents discuss future aovc xt.X ; c c a 5}o- . "vAfe aiv gismr on cam pus by Christine Kloostra Daily MSA Reporter Coalition-building is the key to the future of student activism, said members of a panel discussion last night. The focus of the discussion, ti- tled "Student Power in the Nineties," featured campus activists supporting anti-racism, gay men and lesbian rights, and so...…

October 26, 1990 (vol. 101, iss. 38) • Page Image 4

…0 Page 4 -The Michigan Daily - Friday, October 26, 1990 EIbr Midiigau iaiO EDITED AND MANAGED BY STUDENTS AT THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN 420 Maynard Street Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109 V yp'1 ' ,*-4, NOAH FINKEL Editor in Chief DAVID SCHWARTZ Opinion Editor Unsigned editorials represent a majority of the Daily's Editorial Board. All other cartoons, signed articles, and letters do not necessarily represent the opinion of the Daily. Broken Re...…

October 26, 1990 (vol. 101, iss. 38) • Page Image 5

…The Michigan Daily - Friday, October 26, 1990 - Page 5 Detroit 'finds' .120,000 ctize ns DETROIT (AP) - More than 120,000 Detroiters came to their "census" and were counted by city officials, potentially boosting the population, count well over 1 million Mayor Coleman Young said yesterday. "This is ample evidence that there was an undercount," Young said, peering over stacks of census forms collected by volunteers over the last few weeks. "I...…

October 26, 1990 (vol. 101, iss. 38) • Page Image 6

…Page 6-The Michigan Daily - Friday, October 26, 1990 g ThE "ICJIGAN DALYCLSIED 'Line ads: $2.25/line for first day, 5.75/line for each additional, consecutive day' SDEADLINE is 11:30 am one business day prior to publication. ' Payment Pre-Payment is required when placing an ad. Personal checks from Ann I Arbor area banks, business checks, cashier's checks & money orders will be accepted. NO I EOwN CadvErC will be accepted from out NO REFUNDS ...…

October 26, 1990 (vol. 101, iss. 38) • Page Image 7

…The Michigan Daily - Friday, October 26, 1990 - Page , Bullard discusses higher. education funding Researchers report progress toward Lyme disease vaccine iy Henry Goldblatt Daily Politics Reporter The state budget, education and the student vote were on Democratic State Representative Perry Bullard's mind last night as he talked to a small group of students in South .Quad. "I'm worried about the level of political awareness (among stu- d...…

October 26, 1990 (vol. 101, iss. 38) • Page Image 8

…ARTS The Michigan Daily Friday, October 26, 1990 Page 8 Oh captain, my captain by Kim Yaged Friends gather to celebrate jazz by Lauren Turetsky p M y introduction to the music of Captain Dave and the Psychedelic Lounge Cats began with my name disappearing from the guest list at their last show at the Blind Pig. Only by the grace of Todd Headrick, Pig employee, did I finally get to see the band behind the phone calls. A couple weeks late...…

October 26, 1990 (vol. 101, iss. 38) • Page Image 9

…The Michigan Daily - Friday, October 26, 1990 - Page 9 TMBG flood your soul's birdhouse AASO woos with by Henry Weintraub "Tabloid footprints in your hair! Tabloid footprints everywhere! We can't be silent! because they might be giants! and what are we going to do unless they are." - from the song "They Might Be Giants" According to John Linnell, one of the two Johns that make up They 4Might Be Giants, the duo decided to name their third al...…

October 26, 1990 (vol. 101, iss. 38) • Page Image 10

…0 Page 10-The Michigan Daily - Friday, October 26, 1990 JAZZ ,Continued from page 8 xolo in concert halls, on television end at jazz festivals. He also fre- quently appears with orchestras and other big bands. Joe Pass, at age 60, is at his per- formance peak and reputed to be one of the most active and exciting tal- ents on jazz guitar today. He was inspired by such legends as Dizzy Gillespie, Tal Farlow and Bud Pow- ell. Pass eventually mo...…

October 26, 1990 (vol. 101, iss. 38) • Page Image 11

…The Michigan Daily - Friday, October 26, 1990- Page 1. -- Descending from the literary tra- dition of turn-of-the-century Jewish immigrants depicting the displace- ment of shtetl-dwellers forced to cope with an alien, urban life in *America, Uncle Moses brings to life the conflicts of a generation in exile. Uncle Moses takes place in the years before World War I, after one-third of the Eastern European Jews left their homelands for Amer- ica...…

October 26, 1990 (vol. 101, iss. 38) • Page Image 12

…Ice hockey vs. Illinois-Chicago Tonight and tomorrow, 7:30 p.m. Yost Ice Arena SPORTS Field hockey vs. Iowa Today, 3 p.m. Tartan Turf. V S Y" 4W The Michigan Daily J Page 12- Friday, October 26, 1990 Soccer' lanks by Jeff Cameron and R.C. Heaton Daily Sports Writers Which Michigan athletic team has the best winning percentage on campus this fall? The Michigan women's soccer team does, as they improved their record to 17-4-3 yesterday...…

October 26, 1990 (vol. 101, iss. 38) • Page Image 13

…The Michigan Daily - Friday, October 26, 1990- Page 13 Rugby looks to *continue streak by Charlie Wolfe After starting out its season 1-2, the Michigan women's rugby team has strung together three wins, and has outscored its competition by a combined score of 72-0 in those games. The defense and tackling is crisp and the offense is proficient when it counts. Coach Bryn Chivers is espe- cially pleased after last Saturday's 12-0 shutout of the ...…

October 26, 1990 (vol. 101, iss. 38) • Page Image 14

…Page 14 -The Michigan Daily - Friday, October 26, 1990 Runners hit Big 10's Men's team looks to dethrone Badgers by Jeff Lieberman Daily Sports Writer The big question for the Michi- gan men's cross country team is "whether or not the Wolverines, ranked ninth nationally, can knock off number-three Wisconsin at Sat- urday's Big Ten Championships. The Badgers have won the Big Ten Championships six years in a row. However, while some teams may r...…

October 26, 1990 (vol. 101, iss. 38) • Page Image 15

…p The Michigan Daily - Friday, October 26, 1990 - Page 15 Blue water polo club to host Michigan State b'y Ken Sugiura Daily Sports Writer Water polo fans rejoice! *0W The Michigan water polo club plays its first home match in ten years Saturday evening. However, the Odyssean return will end up a few miles short of Canham Nat- atorium, as coach Scott Russell's team made reservations at the nearest pool: Pioneer High School. The Wolverines (7-...…

October 26, 1990 (vol. 101, iss. 38) • Page Image 16

… Page 16- The Michigan Daily- Friday, October 26, 1990 BUSINESS I & DECISION FORMATIO, SUPPORT SYSTEIMS GRADUATES 0 The next wave in innovative information systems is being formed today at Kraft General Foods, the largest U.S.-based international food company in America. We are what you eat - our list of famous products includes Birds Eye, Breyers, Budget Gourmet, Cheez Whiz, Claussen pickles, Cool Whip, Entenmann's, JELL-O, Maxwell Hou...…

October 26, 1990 (vol. 101, iss. 38) • Page Image 17

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… § § .a c 0 m E Nl ALWAYS IN FASHION Since 1948 ' T*Jf)1W~ Like piza was mean to b, 8, 4.1 a4 0 P= w 4 + 4. +b l4 b Y k p P W 8 'a. 4 4 6 r4 C Cl v 0 Valid only at U of M Central Campus 546 Packard at Hll Pick-Up/Delivery 665-6005 Voted # 1 at Uof M North Campus 927 Maiden Ln. at Broadway Pick-Up/Detivery 995-9 10 1 I On, the Cover: MEDIUM DEEP DISH WITH CHEESE AND ONE TOPPING. '$1.10 per additional topping. $5.95 (plug tax) Valid ...…

October 26, 1990 (vol. 101, iss. 38) • Page Image 19

…Jose Juarez/Weekend Stephanie De~hano contemplates the history of her artistic fashions in front of Tappan Hall. D. Novitz cotton shirt ($38) and tie- dyed pants ($42), and wool hat ($20). At Orchid bane. if ;he cap fitsf wear it I - 1 ~I 1 I AT T =AC'I' 1-zfl2 fICTr Q I I1h1 1 .'" 'e Introduces 1 II I Eil'k" ^" l' …

October 26, 1990 (vol. 101, iss. 38) • Page Image 20

…0 Qichard Johns and Roxanne Larson are ready for fall and winter in these outerwear fashion. On Richard: Patagonia capilene underwear ($35) and synchilla snap turtleneck jacket ($82), Moonstone coat ($310), and Patagonia twill pants ($72). At Wilderness Outfitters. On Qoxanne: Columbia sportswear Criterion reversible coat ($139.88) and ski pants ($49.88). At Hlarry's Army Surplus. Kenneth Smoller/ Weekend tUn thle top of world Jennifer Du...…

October 26, 1990 (vol. 101, iss. 38) • Page Image 21

…ind ever .tter mn Ajay and Poxanne go back to back on the steps of the Michigan Union. On Ajay: wool -sweater ($105) and burg~undy corduroy pants ($75). At Denneton. On Qoxanne: black silk camisole ($20), black skirt pants ($63), ikat bolero jacket ($6), and belt ($12). At Collected Works. Kenneth Smolker/ Weekeno 0 ________________I It Q Italian Re stau rant Now serving Order our finest beer and ft homemade pastas wine.,/ and pizza. go...…

October 26, 1990 (vol. 101, iss. 38) • Page Image 22

…0 Annette, Q~ichard, Natalie Miles, Darnell, -and &tephanie take a moment to dlisplay their f'ashions on the step8s in the Law Clad. Jose Juarez/Weekend 0 What time is it anyway? On Stephanie: sweater ($115), striped top ($76), and striped jeans ($55). At benneton. On Dichard: denim jacket ($110), Timberland cotton quilted shirt ($100), and moleskin pant~s ($115). At Van boven. Jose Juarez/Weekend Peek a boo! Darnell and Annette cast &lan...…

October 26, 1990 (vol. 101, iss. 38) • Page Image 23

…shop * eat " browse U~M ±V ~LIR * - i~U~U( q :T1 I~IWII~mi M EU I m mm- Z '_ ,c~2 -HIII Howver Street I@ 1 I It's only a few blocks away! Jennifer Dunetz/ Weekend Out of this world! Joanne Shen models the laste~t in Space-age fashion with these clothe8 from the Cat'8 Meow. UFO print tank drews ($45), white ffshnet -stocking~s ($5), earring8 ($9), and bracelet ($9). ; :. G, ' c L. (a f) E V td -c Y Ajay and Roxanne can't wai...…

October 26, 1990 (vol. 101, iss. 38) • Page Image 24

…Let's do the time warp again! Natalie, Darnell, and Annette step back in time with vintage clothes from Qage of the Age. On Natalie: 19508 wool swing coat ($125), black velvet mini dress with daisy cutouts, c. 1968 ($50), black velvet hat, c. 1962 ($25), and black velvet loves ($18). On Darnell: denim overalls ($40), patch jacket by Killer-gram of London ($160), platform shoes, c. 1970 ($45), and leather baseball cap, c. 1950 ($15). O Annette...…

October 26, 1990 (vol. 101, iss. 38) • Page Image 25

…Tfurn l _ new 11 er a leaf Joanne and 8aidia take a break on the lawn. On Joanne: D. Novitz cotton polo shirt ($3) and pants~ ($42), and hand knit Ecuadoran wool sweater ($75). On 8aidia: cotton dress from. Ecuador ($66), and hat ($18). At Orchid bane. I - I FALL COLORS OF BEN ETTON. 307 S. State Street, Ann Arbor, Mt, (313) 662-0363 ~$1o ., 9: I I I U I U I I U I U U U U U I I I U U I U I U U U U U U U U U F F~UWE EU WEE EU U U U U...…

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…Joanne bundles up for fall in clothin8 from Wilderness Outfitters. Woolriclh ,x sweater ($90), turtleneck ($20), and s ,- Patagonia canvas pants ($48). JenfrDnez ekn HodoKoyu'alFsin ~ reefr&pai inteP lthe rm olcedWr& waer(4) cotnpnf(3) ey ag(2) arn~(2) anYbrt $1) When it's FALL FORMAL time, there's only one place to go: For the Latest and Finest Selection in Formal Gowns come to Conlin's! 3360 Washtenaw Avenue Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104 Open...…

October 26, 1990 (vol. 101, iss. 38) • Page Image 27

…Fide em cowgirl! &aidia models the western look in fashion~s from Narty'&. Twickers blouse ($65) and suede vest ($220), and Kenneth Gordon skirt ($85).. Jennifer Dunetz/ Weekend : " .": :' i "; :c- "r"k ?z: .'d. '::z+: x: :;:c =.':?5;:. ra:..; - _},riY"xf. 'ri ,",yt"'r, .:;: ' :. " te=' ry ".y : i.:. ' "; :' a!k .:.:"' 4=, ifi :;:..: , +yjJ "'',,,j ' St,,e :;y ry''i:: ' :.. " ,t. y Lt; N~;^ Cc iF .: " t'tf-; R'iY: '=. ' i .. :,. :: ' {a:I:'...…

October 26, 1990 (vol. 101, iss. 38) • Page Image 28

…Language lessons: clothsing in on Ciche Chic If clothing is too expensive for you, try on some words. Fine fabrics may be expensive, but talk is always cheap. And where threads fail to impress, a well-placed clichd can do wonders for your appearance. There is no excuse for not knowing the latest buzzwords, no reason to miss mastering the ideologies of the day. Confused? Don't be. Now, we at Imperial Clothes, creators of the God And Country la...…

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