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November 15, 1991 (vol. 102, iss. 35) • Page Image 1

…TODAY Cloudy, rain likely; High: 50, Low:42. TOMORROW Partly sunny; AmIHigh: 43, Low: 31. Allw 4 INIDE... What's in North Campus buildings, anyway? See FridayFOCUS, Page 5. One hundred and one years of editorial freedom Vol. Cil, No. 35Ann Arbor, Michigan - Friday, November 15, 1991 ne M0'gan paly Three dead in Royal Oak shooting Police holding former postal worker by Lynne Cohn and JoAnne Viviano Daily Staff Reporters ROYAL OAK - A f...…

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…Page 2-The Michigan Daily- Friday, November 15, 1991 Midway Airlines workers face joblessness CHICAGO (AP) - Midway Airlines employees and others who depended on it for their livelihoods scrambled to find a new beginning yesterday after the surprise whirl- wind collapse of the carrier that once symbolized growth and success. Officials of the financially trou- bled airline promised legal action against their would-be suitor, Northwest Airlin...…

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…The Michigan Daily- Friday, November 15,1991 - Page 3 Federal judge talks on right t y Robin Litwin U.S. District Judge Avern Cohn enlightened a group of students about the right to privacy at Hutchins Hall last night. The speech, sponsored by the Michigan Student Assembly's Peace and Jus- tice Commission and the Under- graduate Law Club, related the topic to issues ranging from abor- ion to computer technology. "The right of privacy, howev...…

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…0 Page 4 -The Michigan Daily- Friday, November 15,1991 G{b 3 C4janiUI 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 In the past two weeks, the Daily has received more letters per day than at any other time in recent history. Unfortunately, though, the sudden increase in the number of letters has made it near impo...…

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…The Michigan Daily- Friday, November 15, 1991 - Page 5 Conference will tackle real P.C. issues This weekend, the University will hold a conference to talk .What goes on inside the buildings ofNortb Campus? by Andrew Levy Daily Staff Reporter The Union. C.C. Little. The Bur- ton Tower. East Quad. The Diag. CCRB. Hill Auditorium. Crisler Arena. Just say these words, and anyone even remotely associated with the University - student, faculty, a...…

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…01 Page 6-The Michigan Daily- Friday, November 15, 1991 '91 CAPRI XR2 TURBO CONVERTIBLE Red with black top, 10 Cd player, A/C, 5- speed, power windows, 1.6L DOHC, 18000 miles, & recently detailed. $11900. Call 313/ 882-4084 after 6pm. HITACHI STEREO SYSTEM, AM/FM, dual cassette player, record player, 60 -wat speakers, $275. 677-3260, leave message. IBM PS/2 MODEL 70: 60 mb hard drive, Math Coprocessor, 2mb RAM VGA monitor, games and more. $...…

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…The Michigan Daily- Friday, November 15, 1991 - Page7 Administration stil by Bethany Robertson Daily Administration Reporter University adminstrators are 0 still receiving angry letters about one of the most controversial issues to hit the Fleming Administration Building this year. An advertisement promoting Holocaust revisionism, printed Oct. 24 in the Daily, has elicited more re- sponses than the federal audit re- leased in September charg...…

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…9 Page 8 -The Michigan Daily- Friday, November 15,1991 Forum examinesM student experience by Lauren Dermer Daily Staff Reporter MSA committee split over police use of tear gas Extracurricular activities, vol- unteer experience, travel and study abroad have a greater influence on students' thoughts about future goals than does current academic work. This was one of the many con- clusions cited yesterday at an in- formal presentation and dis...…

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…ARTS 'The Michigan Daily Friday, November 15, 1991 Page 9 Elitist theater robs true fans " A socialist critique of Mandy Patinkin, Broadway and Che Jansons carries on Norwegian tradition by Julie Komorn , by Philip Cohen M aybe Mandy Patinkin has fol- lowed a guerilla strategy to his en- tertainment career. He spreads him- self out, appears in unexpected ' places and launches surprise attacks on the rear guard. After his first appeara...…

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…Page 10-The Michigan Daily- Friday, November 15,1991 Ja Jesus goes straight to heaven bO Nima Hodaei 'J do have maybe a different ap- proach, particularly lyrically, com- pared to a lot of people," says Mark Griffin (a.k.a. MC 900 Ft. Jesus). "I think maybe that helps sometimes to: give (journalists) something to write about. Even if you really like a4,and, a lot of times it's hard to think up something to say about them that couldn't apply ...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Friday, November 15, 1991 - Page f who what where when Bruce Cockburn, a perennial fa- vorite of college leftists, appears at the Michigan Theater tonight. The Canadian folk-pop artist, at first in- fluenced by Bob Dylan, and later a Christian mystic (well, wait, didn't Bob have a "Christian mystic" phase), makes serious, socially con- scious music. Opening for Cockburn is similarly folky Sam Philips. Her friends that he...…

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…9 Page 12-The Michigan Daily- Friday, November 15, 1991 AMAS Continued from page 9 cious. While Home Alone's Culkin soon got tiring slapping his face ev- ery five minutes, he wasn't shame- lessly overacting throughout the entire film. Relying on their pur- ported cuteness rather than on tal- ent and hard work, Birch and Randall add a new meaning to the word "obnoxious." Imagine. With a little cunning, a dash of luck, and a dose of Santa, Mom...…

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…Football at Illinois Tomorrow, 3:30 p.m. (ABC) Champaign SPORTS Volleyball vs. Northwestern Tonight, 7:30 Cliff Keen Arena OThe Michigan Daily Friday, November 15, 1991 Page 13 Cuban cagers cruise, lose at Crisler Cuban defense suffocates Blue women, 976 by Ryan Herrington Daily Basketball Writer The Michigan woman's basketball team learned the hard way what international basketball is like. In an *xhibition game at Crisler Arena...…

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…0 Page 14-The Michigan Daily- Friday, November 15,1991 ,; ,. Illinois can't matchup to rosy Blue . ยข 1 Big Ten games pale to feud in Florida by Rich Mltvalsky Daily Sports Writer The 'Noles and the 'Canes mix it up this weekend, clearing the way for Michigan to move up. You know the scenario - Florida State beats Miami, then Florida beats Florida State and we're stylin' all the way to Pasadena! Iowa (5-1 in the Big Ten, 8-1 overall) at N...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Friday, November 15, 1991 - Page 15 ,ko Spikers attempt to end losing streak by Ryan Herrington Daily Sports Writer As the Michigan volleyball team heads into this weekend's Big Ten contests against Northwestern and Wisconsin, it faces something #amiliar yet something which has not happened in a while - a three- match losing streak. "I was kidding the team earlier this week," Michigan coach Peggy Bradley-Doppes said. "Las...…

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…0 Page 16-The Michigan Daily- Friday, November 15,1991 .. - ...: :: . . ,o . i : ! t 1, 't 'i t tt por ) SEAT fib rfr L1 Budget Travel Specialists For More than 35 Years For Students, youth, faculty I1 1'3 c,3 cK H ijKrn ~boof5 Tunks ARMY SURP~LUS 500 E. LIBERTY 994-3572 SVISA r F Hudson's TRAVEL SERVICE TOURS & CRUISES SPRING BREAK PACKAGES LOWEST AVAILABLE FARES ". I I' 0 0 9 DISCOUNTED AIRFARES Domestic and International...…

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…0 0 0 i M1.. ..f. r , u x .k , k F ,1sbe siirpi'ised the th~sath ip* s1 e're 0 Lt_ U mis 9 g .... K ' 1 : -. i 'j . ..yn? p ti>:.: q .:."W u }pp d t I I ' g c x. a . Fabpn i.e 'c1 rt dY t t 4 When you're looking for a personal com- puter, make sure to look at all it comes with. The preloaded software. The mouse. The hard drive. The games. The discount airline tickets. The long distance service. If these aren't the kinds of co...…

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…0 0 0 II l - 11 11 Dining and Drinking F R I D A Y The Natural A double dose of Robert Redford movies kicks off with this baseball myth. (Barry Levinson, 1984) Aud A 7.0 All the President's Men Redford and Hoffman as Woodward and Bernstein make a very great Watergate film. (Alan J. Pakula, 1976) Aud A 9:45 Tokkan A satire about samurai who want to pick up babes! (Kihachi Okamoto, 1975) Lorch 7:00 FREE , , , , " " From Here to Eternity...…

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…0 0 #I~ Some high fives, some laughter, and a lot of smiles showed up at Crisler Arena last Saturday. Steve Fisher decided to throw a little postgame tailgate party for the football crowd, holding a team scrimmage after the Northwestern game. So a festive group of approximately 8,000 wandered out of the cold and into the usually somber Michigan basketball venue to see what all the fuss was about. Excitement on the heels of a 14-15 basketbal...…

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…0 0' 1We're on a mission' -Juwan Howard The FUTURE of Michigan Basketball by Albert Lin Each year, a college team loses players, either seniors who graduate, or athletes who leave for other reasons. The lifeblood of a school's program is recruiting - the ability to replace those departed athletes with new, if not better, substitutes. The college basketball world has seen great incoming classes in past seasons. Indiana's class of 1976 - in...…

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…0 0; NwcoerE kePAeur U ~IYT 11 ~ Newcomers key resurgence Michigan will no longer be a pushover in the rough and tumble Big Ten conference, thanks to a couple of teenagers. But newcomers Juwan loward and Chris Webber can hardly be called kids. "The talent level they have, you'll see it," Fisher said. "So often you see freshmen come in and you say,'In two years and 20 pounds, he'll be good.' Chris and Juwan, they're bringing that 20 pounds w...…

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…0 Chris Webber: Michigan Legend From the Start by David Schechter ;:... ."}:{?ryr L :+ y "" " J .. ASSOCIATED PRESS F t; ,: r....{.:.. *. .. (F irst-place votes in vk2 ix :v ... .S r"v wr~rrfa o T a ..P SN Michael Talley orchestrates The basketball ball hovered 12 feet off the floor. Hips bumped, feet floated, and arms extended as players scrambled to bring it back to earth in their own hands. But at the instant this mess of tangled bodie...…

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… I 0 0 P )V TN' PIZZ SY N Nov. 14 Nov 21 Dec.2 Dec. 7 Dec. 9 Dec. 12 - Dec. 14 Dec. 16 Dec, 21 Dec. 28 ,, s GO ]BLUE! 1991-92 WOLVERINE MEN'S BASKETBALL SCHEDULE Cuban National Team at Palace, Auburn Hills e 8 pm Athletes in Action at Palace, Auburn Hills - 8 pm at Univ. of Detroit * 7:30 pm at Cleveland State * 7:30 pm CHICAGO STATE " 7:30 pm EASTERN MICHIGAN " 7:30 pm DUKE " 3:45 pm. CENTRAL MICHIGAN " 7:30pm RICE - 7:30 pm -30 Citrus ...…

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