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March 11, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 90) • Page Image 1

…Letters, letters, and more letters. This opinion page has more letters than a bowl of alphabet soup. Readers told us we didn't know what we are doing, so we let them try it. Thee Hypnotics (can't you just hear Dave Kendall pronouncing it?), a British import, are heavily influenced by the rock 'n' roll of Detroit's past. Now they're ready to show Motown why. The Michigan basketball team proved it can beat the second-ranked team in the nation,...…

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…01 Page 2-The Michigan Daily- Wednesday, March 11, 1992 SPEECH Continued from page 1 Brown also discussed economic issues pertinent to this area, includ- ing problems within the auto industry. "Both Clinton and Tsongas sup- port giving President Bush unlimited power to negotiate the treaty with Mexico to accelerate the layoffs in the auto companies and the parts companies in this state," Brown said. Brown explained his proposed national heal...…

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…The Michigan Daily- Wednesday, March 11,1992 - Page 3 Planners: Delta Zeta House to Expand by Chastity Wilson Daily Staff Reporter Last night the Ann Arbor City Planning Commission unanimously approved the Delta Zeta sorority re- quest for modifications to its new house on Washtenaw Ave. On Feb. 11, the Commission granted the sorority a Special Exceptions Use permit that would al- low the women to occupy the Perry Nursery School, adjacent to...…

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…Page 4--The Michigan Daily- Wednesday, March 11, 1992 Wkg £i4Jau&n1Chi Edit in ChIi et T 420 Maynard Street Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109 764 - 0552 MATlHIEW D. RENNIL Opinion Editors YAEL CITRO GEOFFREY EARLE AMITAVA MAZUMDAR Edited and Managed by Students at the University of Michigan e Unsigned editorials represent a majority of the Daily's Editorial Board. All other cartoons, signed articles, an(letters do not necessarily represent the...…

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…SARTS The Michigan Daily Wednesday, March 11;1992 Page 5 Ofzihee we sing f Hfypnoics kick out thee Motown jafms $ b Nima Hodaei The music of the '60s and '70s has influenced, in some shape or form, many of the bands that record music today. For England's Thee Hypnotics, time might just as well have stood still at that point. Drawing heavily from the sounds of bands such as the MC5 and the Stooges, Thee Hypnotics' drummer, *Phil Smith, qui...…

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…Page 6-The Michigan Daily- Wednesday, March 11,1992 LOST & FOUND FOUND-HALF MEDALLION BEARING "ST NDS" near Law Quad on staff pkng. meter. At Union Info. Desk FO'UND-PORTABLE CD PLAYER. Call 665-4398, leave message. " FOR SALE 1984 BMW 3181 2 Dr., Pewter grey, Alpine stereo, excellent condition! Price Neg. Take a test drive this weekend! Call Beth at 995- 1184 Today! AR DICK COPIER 2025 (Konica). 1 year old, excellent condition. Call 936-1459...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, March 11,1992- Page 7 Macomb prosecutor Marlenga addresses national, state issues by Sarah Fette Macomb County Prosecutor Carl Marlenga, a possible Democratic nominee for the Michigan governor's race in 1994, spoke about important national and state issues to the College Democrats last night in the Henderson room of the Michigan League. In his speech, "How Democrats Can Win the White House in 1992 and the Go...…

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…Page 8-The Michigan Daily- Wednesday, March 11, 1992 Black humor balances wit with education Laughfest '92 Mendelssohn Theatre March 9, 1992 According to most people, com- edy is a light-hearted form of enter- tainment designed to make a vast majority of the audience laugh. For Mark Reedy and the Ebony Mel- pomones, the purpose of comedy is not only to entertain but also to educate. "Comedy is my way of commu- nicating to the people," claims ...…

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…Ice Hockey vs. Ohio State Friday and Saturday, 7:30 p.m. Yost Ice Arena SPORTS Men's Basketball at Purdue Tonight, 8 p.m. West Lafayette The'Michigan Daily' Wednesday, March 11, 1992 Gordon ready to step in at drop of a puck by Ken Su giura Daily Hockey Writer The pinnacle of Chris Gordon's Michigan hockey experience probably came Mar. .17 of last year. In the deciding game of Michigan's first NCAA tournament appearance in 14 years, coa...…

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…Page 10-The Michigan Daily- Wednesday, March 11, 1992 [ YN EBOOK ICers prepare to repeat by Josh Dubow Daily Hockey Writer Yesterday, the Michigan hockey team continued its preparations for this weekend's opening-round play- off series against Ohio State. Michigan coach Red Berenson is hoping his squad will get back on track after last weekend's break. The last time the Wolverines had a week off, they followed it with consecu- tive losses at...…

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… II Il~ I r " .... i I 4 : : , I ... .. sue ''^ . ' .s f ,, M " II i ROCK ANC ROLK IS GREAT, BU h NO WRAP 1 The National College A, Newspaper I L I .,.. i M 0 ui 0 J 1^ N 2 W m w N Z W $N b T U Z soft D 19 S y Z_ Q 64 Trouble in Paradise It's an annual rite of passage for college studentsacross the country, the pilgrimage to exotic destinations for Spring Break. But awild week of fun and games can turn into more than Spring Breakers ...…

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… 0 0 11 Tuc AIA nrKiA1 rnl i G [ KAADM M News Features/MARCH 1 lw2- -lo U. THE NANAL COv ure 7 WITH ALLYOU HAVE IN FRONT FYVI YOU SHOULD HAVE A WI BEHIND YOU. Research (continued from page 1) playgrounds.It's a situation that has some questioning who is running the show. "Who are the professors working for, the university or the company?" asked Russell Jacoby, author of the "New Intellectuals -American Culture in the Age of Academe." Com...…

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… ai Tur AIATInAIAI nnl I rnr Ain,<InnAnrn 7 m a lm wwILO L 5LVY2Y _ Qsooaniduca 51992 Cbreer/Eduatiion Direto FOR A E ISIG *«FsMTxO, 'CALL t10) 1-1810TDAY STUDIES ABROAD ews reatureS/MAK H hU2U. IT NAIONALCLLGULi NLWSPAPE-.H B Students lash back at tuition hike -ur Intemrnational study at one of ou ENGLAND: Lonc West Wickham GERMANY: Heit and Berlin FRANCE: Paris a SPAIN: Madrid U SWITZERLAND For more info () r8campuses in: don and d...…

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… 4 U THF NATIONAL COI FGF NEWSPAPFR News Feaures/MARC192 Campaign '92: short on se, long on substance Classifieds/MARCH 1992 U, THE NATsIONL COLLEGE NEStPAER ZO OPPORTUNITIES I APPAREL By BEN BOYCHUK The Guardian, U. of California, San Diego It's 1992, and Americans are looking down the double- barrels of a presidential election year once again. Five major Democrats and two Republicans (three if you count David Duke) are scrambling for th...…

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…0 S 24 U. THEWONAL COLLEGE NEWSPAPER 9 *assifieds/MARCH 1992 ACCEPTS SHFEEPSKINS FOR CREDIT. Here's proof thatyour diploma is definitely worth more than the piece of paper it's written on. In fact, it can get you into a wild, yet practical,'92 Toyota Paseo. Or any one of our quality cars and trucks. Okay, motivated collegians, you can now take advantage of the incredible Toyota Class of'92 Retail Financing Program-if your diploma is from...…

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… 6 U. THE NATIONAL COLLEGE 5SPAPER News Features/MAO 1992 0 * 0 Duke-ing it out for presidential support A shared logo has given Duke U. an undesired association with presidential candidate David Duke. Both David Duke and the university use white block letters on a royal blue background to spell "Duke." This logo appears on university clothing and paraphernalia as well as on David Duke's campaign posters, bumper stickers, and other items. ...…

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… I. 0 0 22 U. THE NATIONAL COLLEGE NEWSPAPER The Student Body/MARCH1992 The Student Body .PRT. HAL FITN It was a gas... The entire Texas A&M men's basketball team and itsupport staff were sent to local hospitals after being overcome by carbon monoxide fumes shortly before a game against Baylor U. A malfunction in the heating system at Baylor's Ferrell Center leaked the poisonous fumes into A&M's locker room, the officials' dressing room an...…

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… 0 Comen and inion/MARCH 1992 2 ~ TWP MATIMIAl I is U. I Ht NAI IUNAL (:ULLtU NtW.3F'AYtF( wl l l,, tii it iu v uui if ivwtvi i i THE NATIONAL COLLEGE NEWSPAPER' CIrMAtn aNde aneoiTo ad ieasO CHIMAANAGEINGRADIRECO aSSe OniATS IDIOORn PESDENT RNONPULOSHIP MDIRALAIGEDIORCUNI EDITORS61N FELLOWSHI Valerie L,,1ot -. Sno,,, li Cot l lege I.S. -t n I kl 1.:. i -csnkt I-h 'I 15 t(sot7\tIth thIme t. arel ot163sd o si v reBn,)anstMais U lb II//,h ...…

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…20 U. ,50T15551 ('1CSI 5 I FFNFSAiese 0 v News Features/MARCH 1992 U.THENATIONALCOLLEGE NEWSPAPER 9 0 u nn1M1IZ LCrICV~M Mi/~m1g My Bloody Valentine Loveless Blissed-out. Euphoric. Gauzy, amor- phous, ethereal. Aural perfection. How does one define the undefinable? Any attempt at precise description of the album, the band, or its sound would quickly turn to such free- associational drivel. As part of Britain's latest "shoe-gazing" scene (a...…

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… 10 U. THE NX,10NAL COUBECAPER Life and ArtURCR"1992 In/MARCH 1AA9 0 0 U. THE NATIONAL. COLLEGE NM& 19 uIC 01 IU t~ V IVUV\ITI 1.0 THE A1ONLCOLESE~PAPE UTH N~lONALOIJEE NFSLR1 Life and Art That's ,te Uas What canpossibly go wrong during a week of fun and sun?Just nameit By TEREZA NEMESSANYI Daily Pennsylvanian, U. of Pennsylvania Mechanical breakdowns, broken bones and just plain bad breaks - it's not called Spring "Break" for nothing....…

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… 18 U. & ATIONAI ('0 11 F('F NFW.,PAPFR di a s . 40 u. W.Josssa~L ei L IeoeuoAirt ,DW. 7nm inMRC 19 LfUWI 0512 " N °U. IOSNL COLLEGENEWSPAPE 1 Sneak previews: A roundup of recent movie releases ByJBM ARNDORFER TheDaily Northwestern, Northwestern U. Ah, Spring. The snow is melting, the trees are greening, and people don't want to think deep thoughts anymore. They want to smile again. And Hollywood knows this. The upcoming crop of movie...…

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… 12 U.THE NATIONALCOLLEGE PAPER Dollars and SenseM t 2 Adlk J qw. 0 IW. p ^, y N A COLLEGE GODE TO UNLIMITO) ENTERTAINMLAT Basic skills don't seem so basic anymore By BOB FAHEY with new college faces. Salem State Log, Salem State U. The Clif behind Cliffs Notes _The SAT verbal average his an all-time low of 422 in 1991. SAT officials say more Reading, writing and arithmetic, long You're making an honest effort at T.S. Eliot, but it see...…

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… A A-1 I A- 0 0 0 0 t U.- Ht NRU "U' Lmut Ntws eNADollars and Sense/MARCH1992 Business schools rethink their roles ByADAM BIEGELAND DAVID SIMANOFF The Emory Wheel, Emory U. Perhaps fictional character Gordon Gecko of "Wall Street" best summed up the 1980s by saying, "Greed is good." Business schools used to churn out class after class of Geckos, each with aspirations of private parking spaces on Wall Street and a flashy BMW parked in it. ...…

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