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February 17, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 78) • Page Image 1

…With the deputization hearings scheduled for this week, the onus is on the Michigan Student Assembly to represent student's concerns more than ever. Wayne's World is undeniably a filmic tour-de-force for auteur Penelope Spheeris. Read a review of her chef d'oeuvre. The Michigan men's basketball team is no monarchy, but rarely will you see this King without a smile on his face. This positive attitude helps rookie forward Jimmy King rule the c...…

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…*1 Page 2-The Michigan Daily- Monday, February 17, 1992 FACULTY Continued frome page 1 "I think the faculty are involved in too many things. We have to re- duce involvement to the crucial points ... We need to make sure fac- ulty focus on issues that are essential to the faculty," Penchansky said. Faculty members have made an attempt to remedy the perceived rifts in communication by introducing a resolution to the Senate Assembly asking the ...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Monday, February 17, 1992 - Page3 IFC, national fraternity leaders meet, stress assault awareness . ,. by Adam Hundley and Nicole Malenfant Daily Staff Reporters The National Interfraternity Council (NIC) met Saturday with local leaders of the University Greek community to discuss issues such as alcohol policy, sexual assault and community service. NIC speakers and Ann Arbor City Council member Bob Grady (D-3rd Ward) a...…

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…01 Page 4--The Michigan Daily- Monday, February 17, 1992 te £ticbgan 1aiIy d(iIor in Chief 420 Maynard Street Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109 764 - 0552 MA'ITHEW D. RENNIE Opinion Editors YAEL CITRO GEOFFREY EARLE AMITAVA MAZIMDAR Edited and Managed by Students at the University of Michigan Unsigned editorials represent a maijority of the Daily's' Editorial Board. All ,tlhflr ,,,rti ontfvO t l tirt~l,.r l lttn)ir, /lr) not .,flflflC-ril tfron...…

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…ARTS Monday, February 17, 1992 The Michigan Daily Page 5 Party on with Wayne's World * Bill & Ted, Bob & Doug phase out Wayne's World dir. Penelope Spheeris by Annette Petruso WIayne's World is simply brilliant. Why, you ask, you untamed voyeur? The Comparisons: Wayne 's World follows in the well-worn footsteps of some weak movies: 1) Okay, the first movie related to Saturday Night Live was The Blues Brothers and that was cool. Like Wayne'...…

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…Page 6-The Michigan Daily- Monday, February 17, 1992 t _ FOR SALE BRAND NEW FISCHER SNOW-SKIS. Assorted sizes and wholesale prices. Ask for Jon. 668-0430. ERIC'S ACTION SPORTS Indoor sports shoes and team uniforms. 2 blocks off State St. Call 663-6771. TOWER PLAZA CONDO: 1 bdrm. corner apt. Incredible view! Prkng. avail., Indry., 24 hr."sec. Sale by owner. 995-0597. BIAUTOMOTIVE BIKE FOR SALE-81 Suzuki GS550T 10000mi. Great cond. $600 I'm mo...…

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…The Michigan Daily- Monday, February 17, 1992- Page 7 DEBATE Continued from page 1 end focused on the economic recov- ery plan he put before Congress last week. Bush encouraged voters to put pressure on Congress to pass the plan by the March 20 deadline he set forth in his State of the Union address last month. "I sent a comprehensive plan to Congress," Bush said. "This plan includes deductions for student loans, a tax relief provision for f...…

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…01 Page 8-The Michigan Daily- Monday, February 17, 1992 Snow White wouldn't kiss one The Dwarves w/The Holy Cows Blind Pig February 12, 1992 "Women get scared of you when you come out on stage in lingerie and parade naked in front of hundreds of people," said Blag Jesus, vocalist of the Dwarves. While not an entirely accurate description of the Dwarves' show last Wednesday at the Blind Pig, Jesus' statement sums up a lot about the band. Comi...…

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…What was the last year in which the U.S. Olympic ice hockey team finished with an unblemished record in the preliminary round? (For the answer, turn to page 2) 'M' Sports Calendar AP Top 25 Athlete of the Week Q&A Sheran My Thoughts Men's Basketball Ice Hockey Women's Basketball Women's Track Wrestling Women's Gymnastics 2 2 2 3 3 4 5 6 7 8 , :; : The Michigan Daily-Sports Monday February 17, 1992 Spartans experience wins at the end ...…

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…Page 2-The Michigan Daily-Sports Monday- February 17, 1992 Michigan Sports Calendar Here's a look at what is ahead this week in the Michigan sports world. Monday, February 17 No Events Scheduled Tuesday, February 18 Ice Hockey at Ohio State, 7:30 p.m., Columbus Wednesday, February 19 Men's Basketball vs. Minnesota, 7:30 p.m., Crisler Arena Thursday, February 20 No events scheduled Friday, February 21 Women's Basketball at Iowa, 8:30 p.m., Iow...…

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…The Michigan Daily-Sports Monday- February 17, 1992 -Page3 Summitt Basketball coach Pat Summit talks about her Jeff Sheran career and the state of the women's game Since becoming head women's basketball coach at the University of Tennessee, Pat Summitt has epit- omized the word success. Arguably the best college basketball coach ever - male or female - Summitt has won 461 games as of Saturday, making her the third winningest ac- tive coa...…

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…Page 4-The Michigan Daily- Sports Monday - February 17, 1992 CAGERS Continued from page 1 stopped running, and they con- strained us to a half-court game." State not only increased its de- fensive intensity in the second half but made greater use of an inside of- fense. The combination of Matt Steigenga, Anthony Miller, Dwayne Stephens and Peplowski dominated the lane during the Spartan's 17-3 run at the end of the game. The four garnered 47...…

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…The Michigan Daily-Sports Monday- February 17, 1992 --Page 5 'M' icers continue rollercoaster ride by Ken Sugiura Daily Hockey Writer Melee leaves few to score many Five goals highlight six minutes of three-on-three hockey Time is running out on the Michigan hockey team. Nearly the whole regular season has passed, and the Wolverines are still looking for anwers to questions they faced in their opening-night loss to Michigan State. "I think...…

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…Page 6-The Michigan Daily- Sports Monday - February 17, 1992 Women's hearts broken again Badgers blowout Blue, 84-60, but M' takes Wildcats to wire, 74-72 by Adam Miller Daily Basketball Writer The Michigan women's basket- ball team secured its place in the his- tory books this weekend. With 6:10 remaining in yester- day's game with Northwestern, cen- ter Trish Andrew blocked her 255th career shot, setting the Big Ten record. The game was st...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Sports Monday- February 17,1992- Page 7. Individual efforts key women runners Wrestlers battle back against Gophers, 28-12 by Bernadette Ramsey Daily Sports Writer Members of the Michigan wom- en's track team were able to concen- trate on individual efforts rather than team scoring at Saturday's Red Simmons Invitational. Several of the runners came through with sparkling performances. Amy Buchholz and Karen Harvey got t...…

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…Page 8-The Michigan Daily- Sports Monday- February 17,1992 8 R#S yx a ;, zx yRecord setting performances -R-Sty--F Women gymnasts break team-scoring mark in both meets by Andy Stabile and Joshua Marlow Luck may have had a hand in the Michigan women's gymnastics team's five victories this weekend, but, luck aside, the Wolverines still performed well enough to set and then break their team-scoring record. Friday night, No. 23 Michigan (3-0 Big ...…

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…o ., TUC ninnnninl PAI I CfC KIMAIcanoro * 0 e 0 0 News Features/FEBRUARY 1992 0 0 U. itNAIONAL OLLLGE NEWSPA -ER iaieer diimuuii n Uleiiy/FrEeorvU w Classified Advertising Policy UThe Natonl Collegow spa~pr il nocp dvesmes for temerals ,ediingri mcs oesarh asitnc srie.W reeethi ght tofus avetsigthis ooro advertising that is ambiguously or deceptively worded or ptrayedgo as oeteoduc orfsric ucloroen to C l s i i d s tsor judgmenWglnoynre...…

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… 4 U. THE NATIONAL COLLEGE NEWSPAP News Features/FEBRUARY 1992 Black universities ByANGELA HOLLOWAY Daily Miissippian, U. of Mississippi Many black educators and students have long argued that historically black universities are still suffering from a discriminatory system of higher education. Black universities, they argue, are still separate but unequal. And now the issue has come to a head in the Supreme Court. In a landmark case that som...…

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… 6 U. THE NATIONAL COLLEGE NEWSPAPER News Features/FEBRUARY 1992 0 Decision to run Holocaust ad splits campus papers By GWEN SHAFFER The Michigan Daily, U. of Michigan An advertisement claiming that the Holocaust never occurred has been printed in several college newspapers, sparking controversy on campuses and increasing anti- Semitic concerns. To date, five college newspapers - The Michigan Daily, The Cornell Daily Sun, The Northern Sta...…

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…9. 0 0+,4+-,/CD AVI' 18 U. THE NATIONAL WLLuGENEWSPPER Student BodyE//LBRUARY 1992 The Studet Body UJH Texas 6 Prop. 16: Harder to make the grade in '95 Full court press...For the first time in its 85-year existence, the NCAA has moved off the playing field and into the courtroom in a contest against a state. In a suit filed Nov. 12 in Federal District Court in Reno, Nev., the NCAA asked for exemption from a Nevada law which prohibits t...…

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… 8 U. THE NATIONAL COLLEGE NEWSPAPER Comment and Opinion/FEBRUARY 1992 0 Dollars and Sense/FEBRUARY 1992 0 0 U. THE NATIONAL COLLEGE NEWSPAPER 17 U THE NATIONAL COLLEGE NEWSPAPER. By presenting a wide range of opinions and ideas rpted romhunresocmusnewsppen ~e acrossthenation,supported bytheirmediaadvisers to report the activtes ssues and concerns of their fellow dns. CHAIRMANANDEDITORIAL DIRECTOR PRESIDENTAND PUBLISHER JScttSchmidt MANAG...…

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… 00 0 0 1U U. THE NATIONAL COLLEGE NEWSPAPER Life and Art/FEBRUARY 1992 404 Willis: An attitude behind the address By TOM LUCAS The South End, Wayne State U. Imagine that the Little Rascals went punk. As all-natural anarchists and activists foscused ttn pttsitive change, Spanky and ctompany certainlytwould have ttne htelluva cluhhotuse. Well, it's not tto hig a stretch of the imagi- nation. These "Our Gang" alternatives really exist, and...…

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…0 ti THE NATIONAL MI I FGF NFWSPAPFR in4/FFRRHlARYV199 °itt U. I nc IVAI IVIYHL WLLCUC IYCyy;Drm 'CR " -' ' i S * w I COLLEGE GUIDPTO UNLIMITED NTERTAINMEN Neil Young Weld Neil Young has rebuffed stagnation for more than 20 years. From stints with Crosby, Stills and Nash to the surrealistic synthesizer dominated album Trans, Young has elusively avoided stylis- tic redundancy and classification.? But it is his work with slop-rock heroes...…

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… 401 U. TLF NAIONsAI MI I FGFNFPADA a B .. .jA u.intivHIIV14ALWLLtUtNtVV3rHrtIW w ..R- M!7 iwwrtt3KUHKTi=e Conspiracy? Stone's'JFK aims to answer questions about assassination ByJORGE CARREON Daily Forty-Niner, California State U., Long Beach It all began with the crack of a rifle. Now, almost three decades later, the wounds of John F. Kennedy's assassination have fissured again. Doubt contin- ues to cloud the circumstances leading to Ke...…

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