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September 06, 1991 (vol. 101, iss. 142) • Page Image 1

…PatyTODAY Patysunny, warm; High: 81, Low: 54. TOMORROW Pleasant; High: 77, Low: 54. A century of editorial freedom Ii~iFa: Return of the crossword puzzle. See Page 10. Vol. CI, 142 Ann Arbor, Michigan - Friday, September 6, 1991 Copyght 01991 The Michigan Daily " 0 Michigan opens season at Boston by Theodore Cox Daily Football Writer Wolverine fans should enjoy this weekend's football game all they can, because the next couple of weeks co...…

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…Page 2-The Michigan Daily-Friday, September 6, 1991 NEW YEAR Continued from page 1 home to spend the holiday with her family. "It's really hard that I have to risk it but it is important to my family that I go home. It's too bad," she said. But administrators argue that students are not at such great risk of losing their places in classes. Eugene Nissen, LSA assistant dean of Student Academic Affairs, said though there is no official pol- ic...…

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…The Michigan Daily -Friday, September 6, 1991 - Page 3 The tide *is dry as U-Club revamps by Gwen Shaffer Daily Staff Reporter The University Club upperclass 0 students once knew has ceased to ex- ist. What used to be primarily a dance club, where students of all ages could socialize, is now a full- service restaurant. As part of a campus-wide effort to reduce alcohol consumption, the U-Club is no longer serving alcohol during evening enterta...…

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…Page 4--The Michigan Daily- Friday, September 6, 1991 420 Maynard Street Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109 Edited and Managed by Students at the University of Michigan ANDREW K. GOTTESMAN Editor in Chief STEPHEN HENDERSON Opinion Editor 111-11 a . ; , : , Unsigned editorials represent a majority of the Daily's Editorial Board. f - All other cartoons, signed articles, and letters do not necessarily represent the opinion of the Daily. .. .... .;r...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 6, 1991 - Page 5 I 'U' selected as site of new pollution research center by Andrew Levy Daily Research Reporter Starting Oct. 1, the University will house the na- tion's leading center for the prevention of environmen- tal contamination. After a nationwide competition and search in which top universities and research groups submitted propos- als, the Federal Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has gi...…

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…Page6-The Michigan Daily- Friday, September 6, 1991 On the street beat, police use pedal patrol u. ., HBO& %At;l by Melissa Peerless Daily Crime Reporter Some University students equate police with speeding tickets and breaking up good parties - all things they'd rather do without. But the Ann Arbor Police De- partment (AAPD) is trying to change that image by implementing a new "community policing" pol- icy. The Special Problems Unit, or SPU...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 6, 1991 - Page7 4 Hours 4J .,Er II' E b I II ,. ' F LL - -: I I rA4'(H Ili|! v-f iii a p 29 Student Desk by Sauder Woodworking. Has pencil drawer plus 2 spacious storage areas. Oak finish, easy to assemble. No.4540. 97 EVERYDAY L.P. Office chair Has 5 prong chrome base and black accordion connector. Easy to assemble. No.959039. fi9'7 EVERYDAY L.P. 49.97 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69 V...…

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…Page 8 -The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 6, 1991 ass W th S Logo Fashion Sportswear Assorted designs & styles--any in stock. Coupon in the Men's Dept. OF Women's University of Michi gan Nightshirts Made of 100% cotton. Oversized--fits all. EVERYDAY L.P. 10.99 & 15.99 BCCI report blames officials WASHINGTON (AP) - Congressional report released yeAs terday charged that Federal offici is ignored danger signs concerning the: Bank of Cred...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 6,1991 - f. ,'Michigan unemploymiei 'A..... . .O rate is hi EAST LANSING (AP) - The loss of high-paying factory jobs for unskilled workers has pushed Michigan's Black unemployment rate to more than twice the rate for whites, a new study showed yesterday. The report also found that while African Americans make up 13.9 percent of the state's population, they own only 2.1 percent of state businesses. This y...…

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…Page 10-The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 6, 1991 30+ FAMILY GARAGE SALE- Sat. Sept. 7, 8-4 2664 Miller Rd. Furniture, lg. appliances, household items, clothing, etc. BICYCLES - All speeds, big & small frames. $20-$50. Good condition. 475-3238. CARPET REMNANTS - Stainmaster, plush. Free delivery. 998-1459. COMPUTER: APPLE IIC, with monitor and Imagewriter printer. All software incl. Appleworks for spreadsheet, database, and word processi...…

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…The Michigan Daily- Friday, September 6, 1991 -Page 11 No state budget could result in major shutdowns for state gov't i LANSING (AP) - Stalled budget negotiations have prompted Gov. John Engler to prepare for a worst-case scenario of having to shut down all but essential state services, his budget director said yesterday. Patricia Woodworth said her of- fice is reviewing how other states * anaged after failing to put forth budgets and bein...…

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…Page 12- The Michigan DailVy- Frid'ay, September 6, TS9T COLLEGE LIFE CALLS . . .. r ' J . . .- .=.- . Y , _ i i.. // FOR DOMINO'S -'1< C PIZZA CENTRAL CAMPUS East Ann St. NORTH CAMPUS r69-551I B roadway 1 2' N 1 ^ ' ,... l f / ' ' ; , r .y, / _ ^ --- i r * 1-... f_ 1 - --..- _ - ..-- - r +- _ i ,,/ i i / _ / , . ' sue"' . , r _ / ' . _ z.. - .- >- . OFir - a 4 1 y - - W. & S. QUAD 10 9Packard at D Wanted W AREA 393 )ewey 'an...…

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…____Dl_-ARTS Friday, September 6, 1991 Let it slide Mudhoney churns out tShe jams by Annette Petruso Ale: Do you think you're a real metal band? Mark Arm: No. Me: How would you describe yourself then? Mark: Four young, fresh-faced boys, ready to rock. ' Until this year and this album (Every Good Boy Deserves Fudge), Mudhoney had lots of hair, just like most bands that make heavy metal, hard rock, alternametal, etc. They created thrash-inspire...…

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…0 Page 14 -The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 6, 1991 Fulfill all your communications requirements with one course. 0 A1UT STUDENT SAVER PLUS If you're looking for a simple way to handle all of your communications needs, there's one prerequisite.Join A T&TStudent Saver Plus You'll be able t 0 to get an entire line of products and services designed specifically to save college students time and money. Our Reach Out*America Calling P...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 6, 1991 - Page 15 Summer ( seldom siz Or, 50 reasons to hit the beach i k ,_ by Michael John Wilson Asummer movie is like candy: en- gaging for a short while, but quickly forgettable. With the sum- mer over, it's now time to recall the few treats we've savored, as well as the rocks we've spewed. The good. More expensive than any film ever made, and more popu- lar than any film of the season, Terminat...…

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…0 Page 16 -The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 6, 1991 Tenured Radicals: How Politics Has Corrupted Our Higher Education by Roger Kimball. harper Perennial Are students on U.S. campuses dupes of a plot by "the children of the sixties" to finally "im- plement" their "dream of radical cultural transformation"? Are the growing horror stories of leftwing "Politically Correct" intolerance and authoritarianism on campus true? Our today's "tenu...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 6, 1991 - Page 17 He's just Wilde about Oscar... dry Jenie Dahlmann Five years ago, local actor Glenn Allen Pruett portrayed Algernon in a Texas repertory company's pro- duction of Oscar Wilde's The Im- portance of Being Earnest. The re- 4iews were good and repeatedly re- marked on the extraordinary resem- blance between Pruett and Wilde hinself. Critics proclaimed this co- I*hcidence to be an ironic b...…

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…0 ;age 18- The Michigan Daily- Friday, September 6,1991 More of the wisdom and wit of Mark Arm of Mudhoney Tomorrow night, the Blind Pig: Capt. Dave and the Psychedelic Lounge Cats return to Ann Arbor, their first tree-town gig since their farewell show last spring before they moved to Cali. Capt. Dave and company's lounge music and 'seventies fetish are a must-see, so catch them while they're here. For more show information call 930- 090...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 6, 1991 - Page 19 ? ! ,S l r! Wp w f w6 i.4e P4 40 These will bring joy and fond memories to you and your loved ones. Jn Le I am designing a Collegiate Portrait Lithograph for every major iversity and college. Each design is officially licensed by the school presented. It receives a royalty on every sale. An artist renders a portrait on the printed lithograph by using a photo 35mm slide of the ...…

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…Page 20 -The Michigan Daily- Friday, September 6, 1991 Dream Warriors And Now The Legacy Begins 4th and B'Way Many rappers boast of their in- tellect and science when they recall the Nation of Islam concept of the third eye. Refreshingly, with their maniacal debut album, the Dream Warriors surpass this overblown concept simply by refusing to ad- here to its parameters. As their name suggests, the Warriors' King Lou and Capital Q warp our vis...…

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…Football at Boston College Tomorrow, 3:30 p.m. Alumni Stadium Friday, September 6, 1991 Women's Golf Lady Wolverine Invitational Tomorrow and Sunday, 8 a.m. University Golf Course . M ., The Michigan Daily Page 2 *OPENER Continued from page 1 The Eagles will rely on their de- fense to keep them in the game. Led by defensive tackles Mike Marinaro, John Stolberg and Ted Page, BC will pose problems for Michigan's running attack. Stolberg ha...…

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…Page 22-The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 6, 1991 Vaughn makes his mark on NFL by Albert Lin Daily Sports Writer September 1990 - Michigan entered its 112th season of college football with a serious problem to address. The team's top two rushers from the previous two seasons had moved on for different reasons. Tony Boles tore his anterior cru- ciate ligament in the 10th game of the 1989 season, an injury he contin- ues to rehabilit...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 6, 1991-Page 23 y Voskuil takes European vacation by Chris Carr Daily Sports Writer Michigan forward James Voskuil was not expecting too much out of his summer. After spending the previous summer nurs- ing an injured foot and rebuilding a jeep during his spare time, Voskuil was just looking for the chance to play a lot of basketball to get ready for the upcoming season. He got that chance along with a...…

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…Page 24-The Michigan Daily- Friday, September 6, 1991 Two new hirings Lowry adds spice to women's basketball staff _ w by Ryan Herrington Daily Sports Writer Although basketball season may seem a little far away, the Michigan woman's basketball team has been busy preparing for their winter campaign. Among the preparations was the naming of former Ohio State all-American Nikita Lowry as an assistant coach. Wolverine coach Bud Van- DeWege and...…

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…The Michigan Daily- Friday, September 6, 1991 -Page 25 4' * 44 * k - '1A . 1 4 (1 4, t44 4t d 1 ;I 44 To go to the Olympic Games, just start lifting. .4 US A This year, you can qualify for a trip to the Olympic Games by performing one simple PROUD SPONSOR 1992 U.S. OLYMPIC TEAM rv exercise. Signing up for AT&T.* Q You see, everyone who chooses AT&T will automatically be entered into our Student Saver Plus Sweepstakes. Whic...…

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…Page 26-The Michigan Daily- Friday, September 6, 1991 Swimmers welcome 11 recruits VAUGHN from staff reports The Michigan women's swim- ming and diving team welcomes 11 new squad members for the start of the 1991-92 season. Eight swimmers and three divers comprise the incom- ing recruiting class. Specializing in the sprint freestyles are Jennifer Abell and Melissa McLean. Abell is a three- time All-Northern Virginia Re- gional and All-Met...…

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….," .0 0 0 9. IMsAnnual omuerSale Great deals on computers, printers, and software from Aldus, Apple, ClarisIBM, Microsoft, NeXT, and Zenith. Don't miss U-M's annual computer sale-KickOff'91! Place your order by September 20. .CTn -- CaAnPM 5/ LES! II 1 c9) C- coo 1, p S *e - ocry,~, o, ,. 0..* I Showcase hours are M-F 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Talk with vendor representatives at the Showcase through September 20. U-M Computer Sho...…

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… 0 9 0 0 sF Surroundings Has Affordable Wood Furnishings for Your Apartment or If its extra storage space that you need, this 5-Drawer Chesi from the Catalina collection will provide you with five spacious drawers for all of your fine garments. This chest features shaped edges on the drawers and top, metal runners with drawer stops and wooden handles accented with *bright brass-finished hardware. Measures: 29-1/2" x 16-1/4" x 42-1/4" H -...…

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…/* 0 4 F R I D A Y A Picture of Oscar Wilde Hog Wild produces Glen Allen Pruett in a one-man show about the Emestly flamboyant writer/self promoter. The Performance Network. 8 pm. $9, $7 stu/sen. 663-0681. Kuru The Purple Rose Theatre Company presents this comedy, set in a "laughing disease"m ridden jungle community in New Guinea. A first play by Josh C. Manheimer. The Garage Theatre in Chelsea. 8 pm. $10. 475-7902. Just Kidding The famous ...…

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…x 0 : .. t Sure, Michigan wants to win the Big Ten. But now, the team is setting its sights on- the national title. EYE OF THE STORM Continued from page 13 academic record wasn't strong enough, so he spent a year at prep school. Recognizing his strong desire to go to college, the faculty at Gushing Academy assisted him academically. Minnesota talked about offering him a scholarship, but he met with then-coach Bo Schem- bechler two days bef...…

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… i 1 9 9 No. Name 90 Aghakhan, Ninef 10 Albertson, John 1 Alexander, D. 37 Anderson, Erick 9 Azcona, Eddie 78 Barry, Paul 31 Blankenship, Tony 18 Brady, Matt 20 Brown, Corwin 25 Buff, Ron 7 Burch,Alfie 80 Burkholder, Marc 38 Carlson,J.D. 42 Carlson,Justin 13 Carr, Jason 68 Cocozzo, Joe 10 Colins, Todd 26 Davis, Ed 66 Davis, Martin 83 Diebot,Dave 48 Dobreff, Dave 22 Dottin, Lance 55 Dudlar, Gannon 91 Dyson, Matt 6 Elezovic, Peter 63 ElliotMarc...…

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… 0-G ------------ .: r ~ U .. ...... r. w: ' ...... ... .. : : < hill v :i is hill - :.::: :':ti":" :':l } ti"Jr} !ff Anderson leads team in more than tackles Last season, linebacker Erick Anderson made history. This year, he's striving for immortality. Anderson is entering his senior season as the leading tackler in each of his first three seasons, making him the first Wolverine in history to lead the team in tackling for thre...…

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…Ohio State { CJIor P nStat-, If Ohio State coach John Cooper thought his job was in trouble three weeks ago, he must be packing his bags now. The line had been that Cooper would be pink-slipped unless he produced this season, his fourth in Columbus. However, the picture changed Aug. 23 when sophomore Robert Smith, who rushed for a Buckeye rookie record 1,126 yards last season, announced that he was quitting the team, claiming the Buckeye co...…

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…0 0 0 0, 6 10 9 ....... ... .... .... .... ....... ................. .. ........... ............... ............. .. .......... ...... ..... - ...... .... ... .......... .......... . . ....... .......... ............ ........... Healthy Hutch iS Moellers crutch For decades, football coaches have been screaming at their teams about how games are won and lost in the trenches. They also know that championships start with defense, particu...…

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…Indiana When Anthony Thompson finished his career two seasons ago, he took most of the Indiana offense and its record book with him. But Vaughn Dunbar exploded onto the scene last year, rushing for 1,224 yards. Coach Bill Mallory expects even bigger things from Dunbar this year. And with 18 starters returning, the 1991 Hoosiers should improve on last season's 6- 5-1 overall record (3-4-1 in the Big Ten). "We've got one of the top running back...…

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…0 e 9 w " .. .............. . .... ..... ........... lee ...... .... leell ::,e e. lee. . .. . . . . . . . ........ . ......... S1 11 1A* S*Vllll Imagine how former Michigan coach and future television commentator Bo Schembechler will react when he sees Michigan quarterback Elvis Grbac set up in shotgun formation. Maybe ABC should use a five- second delay. "We've been working out of it a little," Grbac said. "Mo (Michi- gan coach Ga...…

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…Individual awards? D I. T Eki 0: OFFENSIVE LINEMEN Continued fronm Page 10 round out the starting line for an average weight of 291 pounds per player. Last year's group earned co- MVP honors in the Gator Bowl, when the line neutraslized Mississippi's defense to allow 715 total yards of Wolverine offense. Everitt, Skrepenak, and Elliott return from that fearsome squad. However, Michigan coach Gary Moeller has frequently said he will miss the...…

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… 9 Im . . . . . . . . . . . . . ,XXX Co rps iS special indeed by Matt Rennie Led by Desmond Howard, the nation's second-leading kickoff returner from a year ago, Michigan's special teams squad promises to live up to its name. The Wolverines looked to their specialists on several occasions last season to come through with big plays, and nearly always, they delivered. After Michigan State took a 21- 14 lead against the Wolverines last ...…

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…0 0 0. "T hese students catch on quickly: Those IBM PS/2's should get them off to a fast start." \1 V _ 4w kCZ 7 .. . ' pp ,,. 1'i' ...,,..,,, . ,.,,r' ,. S wo At 6-foot-4, with 255 pounds of muscle seem- ingly carved out of stone, Michi- gan defensive Evans is one of those guys who can send chills down the spine of everyone around him. Yet Evans' mouth rarely moves; he lets his steely eyes do much of the talking. Most of the time his st...…

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…0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Central Campus's Complete Grocer, Specialty Foods & Fine Winesr & Spirits Open 8 a.m.- "1,a.m. 7 days South University a t Forest CcIke Co 'v>. SKickof f 1991 ,A ;' N% a1pga era - Gama v-E io E l ITHlE COLLEGIATE CO "YOUR ONE STOP GREj GREEK ITEMS AAl * Fraternity/So~prity Jewelry f T shirts " Athletic' Clothing2 Sweatsh " Plaques, " *Ribbons I d s Mugs, _ "Stationai S530 S. State Street " In The Michigai '1R8° if M...…

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