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September 09, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 118) • Page Image 1

…Sound off! The Daily today kicks off its automated reader response line. Just dial 764-0553 and let us know what you think about the Daily and the issues. The summer movie season has come and gone. From Arnie to Clint to VanDamme, Michael Thompson takes a look at the good, the bad and the ugly. ,SPORTS 16 The Michigan volleyball team split its two games in the inaugural Michigan Volleyball Challenge, falling to Stanford but rebounding to bea...…

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…6 QONCIAT~LAT1ON5 AND THANI(S FoR H AK(NG T HE Wqq NEW STL1TDENT E DmToN 5o QQEG65F~L!! FANOTHER TEAM OF VICTORS1 0 NSE Advertiser List 'A & J Travel.............................................General News, p. 13 AATA ................................................................. City, p. 5 AT&T .....................................................General News, p.16 Adrian's..................................................... Perspe...…

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…I The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 9,1993 - 3 UGLi renovations ugly Library hours will not be reduced due to construction 4 r By ADAM ANGER DAILY STAFF REPORTER One glance at the Undergraduate Library will reveal that it is truly living up to its name - the UGLi. But although the building may look less appealing than usual, the renova- tion that began this summer is intended to make the library bigger and more beautiful. Naturally,...…

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…4 - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 9, 1993 Sbe Mkicjigu 1at 7 II A . . \VELCOrMI -B.A c-K. b b' -C -f 420 Maynard Ann Arbor, MI 48109 Edited and managed by students at the University of Michigan JOSH DuBow Editor in Chief ANDREw LEVY Editorial Page Editor "' I Unless otherwise noted, unsigned editorials reflect the majority opinion of the Daily editorial board. All other cartoons, articles and letters do not necessarily rep...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 9, 1993 -5 In court battles, principles outweigh costs I is|''"r th' 1 LEGAL FEES Continued from page 1 University last year after the regents cut off its funding. $65,617 to cover the University's court battle against the National Orga- nization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws (NORML), which sued for a per- mit for the annual Hash Bash rally. $53,170 in the University's ongo- ing fight to uphold the ...…

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…0 6- The Michgan Daily - Thursday, September 9, 1993 'U' budget hits students' wallets, increases faculty salaries By HOPE CALATI DAILY NEWS EDITOR - Students may be holding on to their .wallets while faculty members let out a 'sigh of relief as they feel the effects of the 1993-94 University budget. An in-state first-year student will pay between $2,175 and $2,257 in tu- ition and fees this semester. Anout-of-statefirst-yearstudentwill pay ...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 9, 1993 -7 elcome fi rst-year st ents Students view many cultures at . celebration By MONA QURESI DAILY STAFF REPORTER Ingalls Mall bursted with music and dance Tuesday afternoon as University students joined together in a carnival of multiculturalism--one of many events welcoming students to Ann Arbor. Student groups and local businesses participated in the first annual "Our World of Cultures Cele...…

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…0 8 - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 9, 1993 Former employees sue 'U' for scientific misconduct, cover-ups IBACK-TO-SCHOOL BLUES By BRYN MICKLE DAILY STAFF REPORTER Four years ago, Carolyn Phinney became suspicious of her mentor in the University's Institute of Gerontology. Phinney, a researcher in aging trends, believed Marion Perlmutter had taken her intellectual properties and used them to obtain a research grant from the Na- ...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Thursday, september 9, 1993- 9 The Daily is looking for students to fill positions in writing, p hotography, and graphic design. We have two mass meetings: Wednesday, Sept. 16 at 7:30 p.m. Monday, Set. 20 at 8 p.m. '420 Maynard, next to the SAB NEWS OPINION SPORTS PHOTO" * ARTS GRAPHICS . c; . .:ftt: "..r.. :{': 2 X ' I ___I ww rn © Little Caesars P17711 5TflhIOOl SERVI Uc MICH IGAN UNION (Lower Level) 665-...…

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…0 10 - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 9, 1993 I FRESH CATCH SEAFOOD SHOPPE PHOTO FINISHING & VIDEO CENTERA EXTENSIVE VARIETY OF GROCERIES And Frozen Foods I " y Y 7f : i FULL SERVICE PHARMACY FULL SERVICEE DELICATESSEN FULLSERVICE PE CHEESE SHOPP Q GREETING CARD GIFT WRAP CENTER FULL LINE OF HEALT- & BEAUTY CARE *919INUSrRIAL Near Stadium (313) 761-1966HIGHWAY * 14 BROADWAY Near Pymouth (313) 665-0979 2641 PLYMOUTH Near ...…

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… 's A fast ferocious summer filled with fun and frolic By MICHAEL THOMPSON Yet another blowout summer has come and gone from Hollywoodland. And didn't we just have it all this summer? Big silly Arnold, old Clint Eastwood, the ever young Tom Cruise and some really pissed off relatives of Barney. Yes, this was a summer to end all summers. Or was it? While there were many of the typi- cally huge-budget summer movies we expect every year, there ...…

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…I2- The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 9, 1993 ' Have you always wanted to write for Daily Ats* Come to a Mass Meeting and find out how Thursday, Sept.16 at 7:30 p.m. or Monday, Sept.20 at 8 p.m. 420 Maynard at the'. Student Publications Building Call Nima or Jessie at 763-0379 for more info STUDENT 1 HEALTH INSURANCE You Can't Afford To Be Without It! HIGHLIGHTS OF YOUR STUDENT INSURANCE PLAN * $255,000.00 Maximum Benefit for treatme...…

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…The Michigan Daily -Thursday, September 9, 1993 -13 I Primus: Are they ready to battle for the dark heart of middle America? Piz!2ser"'the spotlight Lollpaloza eadnerkeeps its bearings amidst sudden fame Above the Clouds: A Reunion of Fatherand Son Jonathan Bach William Morrow and Company Jonathan Bach - the name sounds familiar, doesn't it? Reminds you of that book by Richard Bach about a seagull named Jonathan, right? But Ri- chard never...…

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…14-- The Michigan Daily - Thursdav, September 9, 1993 J: J: Y J 'll. l'f, :. " .'11 .. i zxjf.. .. L _ ' 4 NM oa W - V -- 'M a g ¢~ r X-3 i'i nj" ',", '1 i"1i' on lwll C zzcr :=.a G c AO Cv-).o ca v CO ~ b col .$. ' . . $: tiS}r. : : : . :":v:. 4S: :tip r ": %: : ' . i li 'J" ' (Z) q Z) CO ' . IV p' .,o oo 1Q, Q~q ca q . QC. coS * < Qc p , Q C , "# fo * t Q ¢, 'CZ)hi~ Jr A2 BEST KOREAN FOOD chosen by The Readers of The Michigan Da...…

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…The Michigan Daily -Thursday, September 9, 1993 - 15 No Hollywood jaded ego for Sizemore By DARCY LOCKMAN Tom Sizemore walks into the room rumpled and charming. The rumpled look carries no permanence (it is, after all, only 9 a.m., on a Sunday), but the charm that emanates from Sizemore's long-lashed blue eyes and scruffy vis- age suggests a certain staying power. Conversation with this soon-to-be movie star does not shatter the suggestion. N...…

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… Football vs. Notre Dame Saturday, Noon (ABC) Michigan Stadium S Volleyball at North Carollina State Tomorrow, 7:30 p.m. Raleigh, N.C. The Michigan Daily Thursday, September 9, 1993 *VO L.EYBAL FALLS T. NCAA CHAMPS Stanford makes spikers see red By J.L. ROSTAM-ABADI sets, 10 andnine respectively. Wolver- still delivered a strong punch. The results of the other DAILY SPORTS WRITER me junior outside hitter Aimee Smith Sophomore Cary Wendell,...…

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…The Michigan Daily -Thursday, September 9, 1993 -17 Former Wolverine dons his country's colors * By CHAD A. SAFRAN DAILY SPORTS EDITOR CROMWELL,Conn.-Dave Rob- erts' thoughts were far from being fo- cused on the 1994 Olympics following a disappointing USA Cup last Decem- ber. How far? Say, the distance from Ann Arbor to the site of the games - Lillehammer, Norway. Michigan's second all-time leading point producer would complete his stand-out ...…

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….. 18 - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 9, 1993 Huskies sent to the pigskin pound James quits after Pac-l0findings of illegal booster actions By RYAN HERRINGTON his reputation as an athlete to receive DAILY FOOTBALL WRITER 1,(Mn .naeTTr"., ~ h Regardless of how their respective seasons unfold, there will not be a third consecutive match-up between Michi- gan and Washington in the Rose Bowl on New Year's Day. Following a nine-mon...…

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…The Michigan Daily -Thursday, September 9, 1993 - 19 Freshmen gridders try to make an impact Star-studdedfield of recruits attempts to adjust to college level By ADAM MILLER DAILY FOOTBALL WRITER In general, afreshmanfootballplayer at Michigan cannot expect to see sig- nificant playing time. Indeed, with the depth of the Wolverines' roster, and the complexity of the system the rookies must learn, most don't play until they are sophomores. Ho...…

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…0 20 - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 9, 1993 Wlcomebackto lecture ha, -1rpizza bre , and 'S. 0 0 41 *I Open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, Kinko's provides everything you need to meet tough deadlines. Except the energy. Open 24 hours 761-4539 540 East Liberty Open 24 hours 487-3008 1514 Washtenaw Ave. Open 7 days/week 662-1222 In Michigan Union Open 24 hours 747-9070 1220 South University 0' 5 C. I …

September 09, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 118) • Page Image 21

…T Michigan spirit and spirits remain solid A city upon a hill. There's some historical significance to that simple little phrase, I think. Something about the Puritans. Or maybe it was a quote from Thomas Jefferson. Whatever. It's just another random offering from my education, something I learned somewhere along the line in high school or in college. The point? Well, basically, that I found it. Perched at the highest point on campus, tucked ...…

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…a Page 2-The Michigan Daily/New Student Edition-Sports - Thursday, September 9, 1993 ich drops men'sgymnsics Women's soccer elevated to varsity to comply with Gender Equity Act a by Ken Davidoff and Ken Sugiura Daily Sports Editors On March 22 the Michigan Athletic Department announced the end of var- sity status for the men's gymnastics program, and in conjunction elevated women's soccer from the club to varsity level following the 1993-94...…

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…The Michigan Daily/New Student Edition-Sports- Thursday, September 9, 1993 - Page3 SMELL OF ROSES SWEET FOR WOLVERINES: Wheatley carries the day as Blue handles Huskies by John Niyo backfield. The dust cloud was a mere Heisman Trophy. And what was mosJ Daily Football Writer speck of dust as he accelerated impressive was that he almost spent it Theplaque sitsratherinnocently now, downfield. on the sidelines. The sophomore suf- gleaming in the ...…

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…0 Page 4-The Michigan Daily/New Student Edition-Sports -Thursday, September 9, 1993 ''',k ..., ,WOMEN'S GYMNASTICS: Ihmblers cap by Jon Altshul Daily Sports Writer It was a season to remember. Earning its second consecutive Big Ten championship en route to an unprecedented ninth place finish at the NCAAs, the Michigan women's gymnastics team lived up to all expectations during the 1992-93 campaign. Led by two-time Big Ten champion and All-Am...…

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…The Michigan Daily/New Student Edition-Sports -Thursday, September 9, 1993 - Page 5 Michigan swimming takes home Big Ten Wouda leads men to eighth straight conference championship and second place fn y Brett Johnson level." conference, winning its eighth straight NCAA championship meet with high ended with Michigan winning a Daily Sports Writer The season went exactly according title.'TheWolverinesonly dropped three expectations. Things almos...…

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… Page 6-The Michigan Daily/New Student Edition-Sp Ken Sugiura ursday, September 9, 1993 Final Fou They're pop-icon big, but they're ours Perhaps the first inkling I had about how fast this group's popularity has rocketed came two springs ago, when the five rambunctious youths collec- tively known as the Fab Five were written up in a magazine. This in itself, I suppose, is no big deal. After all, they had a lengthy spread in Sports Illustrat...…

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…The Michigan Daily/New Student Edition-Sports - Thursday, September 9, 1993 - Page 7 TTke Two, Again Wu uIin4 Berenson right man Li rceh the brink for the second straight year by Chad A. Safran Daily Hockey Writer For the Michigan hockey team, the 9992-93 season was greeted with high expectations. Led by one of the strongest defen- sive corps in the nation, goalie Steve Shields and a high-powered offense, coach Red Berenson called his c...…

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…0 Page 8-The Michigan Daily/New Student Edition-Sports - Thursday, September 9, 1993 Michigan softball provid Wolverine hurlers win second straight. by Rachel Bachman Daily Softball Writer Like "The Tonight Show starring Johnny Carson," it was a nearly impos- sible act to follow. After the Michigan softball team finished the 1992 season with its high- estwinning percentage ever, its first Big Ten title and its first NCAA playoff berth, i...…

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…The Michigan Daily/New Student Edition-Sports - Thursday, September 9, 1993 - Page 9 Harriers, runners enjoy seasons wWomen's cross-country wins Big Ten; track takes trophy too by Tom Bausano Daily Sports Writer The women's cross-country and track teams have made huge strides toward making Michigan a force in the Big Ten. The women's cross-country team won the Big Ten championship by up- setting defending champion Wiscon- sin. The Wolverines ...…

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…a Pabe 10-The Michigan Daily/New Student Edition-Sports - Thursday, September 9, 1993 Women spikers thrive under new regime by Rich Mitvalsky Daily Sports Writer Head coach Greg Giovanazzi's entrance into the Michigan women's volley- ball program marked yet another change in the routine for the Wolverines. Giovanazzi'sinstallmentasthe thirdheadcoach in four yearsforMichigan proved a change for the better, and for the future. The Wolverines ...…

September 09, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 118) • Page Image 31

…The Michigan Daily/New Student Edition-Sports - Thursday, September 9, 1993- Page 11 SPIRIT Continued from page 1 Juwan Howard proclaiming at Media Day that year, when he was all of 18 years old, that "We're on a mission." Everyonejustsmiledandnodded. Little did we know. The "kid" knew what he was talking about. Months later, there we were after a victory over Cincinnati at the Final Four, dancing in the streets in Minneapolis - celebrating t...…

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…Page 12-The Michigan Daily/New Student Edition-Sports - Thursday, September 9, 1993 r I 1-j 14 I' ULRICJS BOOSE TED #1 N AGAIN & AGAIN & AGAIN!! I IC, ,, I 4 WEK~~~MAGAZINE $estof An Arbor 1993 ULR, ' has been awarded ~~T in the eleventh annual Beto"n ro~ readershi,,pol t h BUiesof MichArbr thi fftent dY of April, 1993. a 0 SAVE ULRICH'S 1 549 East University Avenue Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104 313-662-3201 Fax: 313-662-7859 Our Bag This...…

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… ' e ittN+ ttil_ E W S T U D E N T E D I T I 0 N 1 9 9 3 S0 i St C .aS 51v. IL An essential guide for the new 'U' student by Travis McReynolds Entering the University of Michigan can be as confusing as moving to a foreign country, and as difficult as finding yourself in a jungle without a machete. Moving from highly conservative Grand Rapids, Mich., as I did, to the more liberal town of Ann Arbor was quite shocking...…

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…0 Page 2-The Michigan Daily-New Student Edition-University-Thursday, September 9, 1993 Need a place to study? If you want to open a book or take a snooze, we know the place by Jesse Brouhard Daily Staff Reporter It is finally time to break out those books you still haven't opened even though it is already the fourth week of the term. No more messing around. Serious studying is in order now. But where should you go to cram four weeks of notes...…

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…The Michigan Daily-New Student Edition-University-Thursday, September 9, 1993 - Page 3 tPac Man' is here to stay *|'U' students fill need for video games in many ways by David Shepatdson week and the archive gets larger and dents free games for a few hours. Som daily Staff Reporter larger. Students are also free to copy say this is comparable to giving awa e ly As the current decade opened, the 5 year-old video game craze was pro- ndunced...…

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…Page 4- The Michigan Daily-New Student Edition-University-Thursday, September 9, 1993 MA I N STREET 0 0 0 shop oeat * browse It', _ . . .,, " [ - ICI ii IJ4j~ 'theme Party Supplies Magic and Juggling Costumes and Accessories Wigs, Hats, Fun... s only a few blocks a - - Washington - - t - Liberty I I William iway! U ofM Campus I I n~ A zC ,¢____ p Madison _ _ _Hill _ __ _ Hoover C.. 305 S. Main 665-2680 A short walk downtow...…

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…The Michigan Daily-New Student Editin-University--Thursday, September 9, 1993- Page 5 V MICHIGAN UNION BOOKSTORE EVERYTHING Y( )UNEED AT .4. ONE PLACE AND THIS IS ALL YOU NEED um To purchase your TEXTBOOKS (New and Used), REFERENCE BOOKS, SCHOOL SUPPLIES, COMPUTER SOFTWARE, CALCULATORS, MICHIGAN CLOTHING AND GIFTS, FOOD, GREETING CARDS, and MUCH MORE all with ENTREE PLUS! Available EXCLUSIVELY at MICHIGAN UNION BOOKSTORE Ground...…

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…Page 6 --The Michigan Daily-New Student Edition-University-Thursday, September 9, 1993 Divergent views abound on Greek scene System has supporters and detractors among University students by J.B. Akins Daily Staff Reporter You heard about it at Orientation. You might have heard about it from your friends or siblings here at the University. Whatever you've heard so far is just the beginning of many discussions you'll have at the "U" about bec...…

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…The Michigan Daily-New Student Edition-University-Thursday, September 9, 1993 - Page 7 MSA provides student services by Jen DiMascio Daily Staff Reporter In case new students wonder why a potential lunch at Zingerman's disap- pears from their tuition bill each term, be informed that every semester, every student pays an extra fee of almost seven dollars. If a 35 cent increase is approved by the University Board of Regents, the fee will tota...…

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…0 Page 8-The Michigan Daily-New Student Edition-University-Thursday, September 9, 1993 Expanded DPS looks over campus crime by Bryn Mickle Daily Staff Reporter They're blue and they carry guns. No, they're not smurfs with a score to settle - they are the Department of Public Safety (DPS), the University's campus police force. DPS was originally created to serve as basic campus security, but in recent years thedepartmenthasexpanded its scopea...…

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…GUIIDE Continued from page 1 New U of M students should not feel intimidated by the fast-paced world of the University. I found a solution to almost every problem, an answer to every question - 763-INFO. Day and night, an operator stands by, waiting to answer all questions. How do I get to the Chemistry Building? What does CCRB stand for? Who the hell is C.C. Little? Are there really dragons in Nichols Arboretum? What's the special sauce on a ...…

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…Page 10--The Michigan Daily-New Student Edition-University-Thursday, September 9, 1993 Every year, University students, faculty and staff generate about 8,000 tons of solid waste- enough to fill the Burton Memorial Tower 12 times. Reduce the waste- 0 Rescue The Recyclables! -0,,. Trash. Refuse. Rubbish. Garbage. Junk. Whatever you call it, it's all a waste. Of energy, of natural resources, of landfill space and of your tuition dollars....…

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…The Michigan Daily-New Student Edition-University-Thursday, September 9, 1993 - Page 11 A tour guide's guide to the tour rhetoric by Jesse Brouhard Daily Staff Reporter Over the course of nine tours, 423 buildings, 673 gawks by passing stu- dents and infinitesimal useless factoids about various campuses, I arrived in Ann Arbor in the fall with absolutely no idea of what I shouldhave remembered from my initial glimpse, my campus tour. When yo...…

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…Page 12- The Michigan Daily-New Student Edition-University-Thursday, September 9, 1993 Dorm life can be enjoyable Aside from the cafeteria and the shower, that is /0010 by Monica Moon Daily St-aff Reporter Every August, residence halls around Ann Arbor eagerly prepare for the arrival of thousands of new students. Moving day can be chaos as streets become congested with Ryder trucks and hot, agitated families. During move-in, many students a...…

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…S nere A2 combines big city with small town by Jesse Brouhard Daily Staff Reporter There I was behind a small table at a rural high school in Michigan, attempting to convince students of the wondrous opportunities available at the University of Michigan. I was doing a commendable job until, sitting less than two feet from me, the lovely representative from Michigan State University opened her mouth. But a freshman, I was even so kind as to pay...…

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…Page 2-The Michigan Daily/New Student Edition-City-Thursday, September 9,1993 Situation remains poor for Ann Arbor's homeless Population is increasing as Ann Arbor's liberal reputation attracts hoards ofijobless citizens by Barb McKelvey Daily Staff Reporter Paul Lambert spoke slowly but ea- gely. He is short and overweight, with little hair and an almost-beard that peg him as a shopping-mall Santa. Lambert carried an overstuffed bag filled w...…

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…The Michigan Daily/New Student Edition-City-Thursday, September 9, 1993- Page 3 Fans gather during Final Four Riot-like atmosphere created during NCAA basketball tourney by Jon DIMasclo Daiy Staff Reporter I By early April, Spring Break tans are fading and term paper deadlines loom on the horizon. The most exciting event for students tohopefor-besides anationalbasket- ball championship -is ariotin theAnn Arbor streets. On Monday April 7, Un...…

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… Page 4 -The Michigan Daily/New Student Edition-City-Thursday, September 9, 1993 Main Street offers many attractions by J.B. Akins Daily Staff Reporter All Aboard!! Getready forthe ride ofyourMichigan career. You are about to embark on an unforgettable journey through the Main Street area of downtown Ann Arbor. Upon arrival in downtown Ann Arbor, you will discover an establishment where the founder's grandchildren graciously serve the client...…

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…I I 0 The Michigan Daily/New Student Edition-City-Thursday, September 9, 1993- Page 5 es many sidelights 3 allow for the entertaining viewing of i colorful cross-section of Ann Ar- or'life. Not to be confused with Amer's >n Church, however. Though the menu is consistent with its sister store, the more southern location is iampered by bad music and drunken :xst-happy hour Rick's refugees. . cafe, however, vindicates itself with its proximi...…

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…4 Page 6- The Michigan Daily/New Student Edition-City-Thursday, September 9, 1993 University, City come together at City by David Rheingold Daily Staff Reporter There are some college towns like Ithaca, N.Y., where the college is the town. There are othercollege towns like Boston, where the college and the town are completely separate entities, largely indifferent to each other. Then there are college towns like Ann Arbor, where the college ...…

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