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September 10, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 119) • Page Image 1

…MSA President Craig Greenberg addresses students in a letter to the editor. He outlines his goals and plans for improving the Michigan Student Assembly during the year. WEEKEND LIST Find out what's going on in Ann Arbor this weekend. Film reviews, campus cinema listings, music performances, and theater are all part of theWeekend List. Michigan and Notre Dame hit the gridiron Today tomorrow at noon for the legendary football Partly Cloudy, wi...…

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…2- The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 10, 1993 Find stuff for your dorms and apartments at the Find stuff for your dorms and apartments at the KIWANIS CLUB's FALL RUMMAG E SALE Huron Pang - CORRECTED HOURS: Washington Kiwans L FRIDAY, Sept. 10 9:00-4pm Gene Z SATURDAY, Sept. 11 9:00-12pmeen (Open all Saturdays 9:00-12pm) Washington at First St *Ce Religious Services ALAVACYYA ANN ARBOR CHRISTIAN REFORMED CHURCH 1717 Broadway (near N. ...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 10, 1993 -3 MCC creates new local chapter by KAREN TALASKI DAILY STAFF REPORTER Although many University students have not heard of the Michigan Colle- giate Coalition (MCC), they need not worry. The organizers of this student lobbying group plan on making them- selves heard - both here and in the legislature. Through the efforts of campus MCC representatives, the recently created lo- cal chapter hopes t...…

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…4 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 10, 1993 Ulie £bian ailI 420 Maynard Ann Arbor, MI 48109 Edited and managed by students at the University of Michigan JosH Dunow Editor in Chief ANDREW LEVY Editorial Page Editor Unless otherwise note4 unsigned editorials reflect the majority opinion of the Daily editorial board. All other cartoons, articles and letters do not necessarily represent the opinion of the Daily. I7,sT LI Kf!. S ACK I...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 10, 1993-5 NM muJ ob4b, eMir igan :43ailu I UNID OrF! CALL THE DAILY'S READER RESPONSE LINE AND TELL US WHAT'S ON YOUR MIND 764-0553 Do You Diet Severely to Control Your Weight? Do You Binge Eat and Vomit? If so, and you are a SOPHOMORE woman, you may be eligible to participate in a federally funded study of nutrition and young womens' health. For further information, please contact: Eva Rosenwald Pro...…

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…6 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 10, 1993 CLASSIFIED ADS 764-0557 12 SPEED SCHWINN bicycle. Great cond. Call 994-1077. 2 COUCHES-One 6 ft. & One 8 ft. Excellent condition. Call after 6. 761-6397. 286 IBM DESKTOP 40MB VGACARD 2FD $289, 386 IBM Desktop 80MB 33MHZ 2FOD $599, NEC 286 Laptop VGA 16MHZ w/modem $599, 386SL Dell Notebook 25MHZ 80MB w/fax $1389, color 386SL Notebook 65MB 25MHZ $1749. Factory warranty software 313/662-1847....…

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…The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 10, 1993 - 7 EPA announces plan to encourage acid rain reduction IT'S COLD IN THERE THE UNIVERSITY CLUB k WASHINGTON (AP) --The Envi- ronmental Protection Agency an- 'Enviro nounced plans yesterday to expand a can pri program that allows utilities to meet ad Im acid rain-prevention standards by trad- enviro ing pollution permits among themselves. The trading system, under the S tiO t agency's propos...…

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…8 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 10, 1993 Government acts to streamline student loans ,U' default rate is below average 'High student default rates are often the product of student dissatisfaction with their education.' 'U' supports new loan program Py DAVID SHEPARDSON DAILY STAFF REPORTER New figures on University student loans show modest increases in de- faults, but substantially less than the national average, a trend which el...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 10, 1993 -9 Clinton, Gore u By ANDREW TAYLOR DAILY STAFF REPORTER President Clinton unveiled the administration's plan to "reinvent gov- ernment" this week amidpiles of excess regulations and swarms of re- porters on the South Lawn of the White House. -ter "The govern- ment is broken and we intend to fix it," Clinton promised. He said if all of his administration's recommenda- tions are implemented, the...…

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…0 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 10, 1993 I U r Your dad says 0 I F d i your crazN &deas won't amount 0 to anting. We say 're w.c t X5000. Bankers Trust invites juniors and seniors to enter our Undergraduate Entrepreneur Award Competition. Just send us a brief resume and a one page summary describing your business idea, how you executed it and what your results were. (This must be Submit your entry to Liz Lieberma...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 10, 1993 -11 i lf j 9p A "" ; "' ti x ti : k' s ' .. s. s' I SOFF Michigan I athletic apparel. Show your school pride with university tees, jerseys, sweatshirts, pants, shorts, outerwear and caps. Excludes Champion® & Starter*. Reg. 9.99-139.99, sale 7.49-104.99 Athletic dept. Prices good Sept. 23-Oct. 1, 1993 " W~ w …

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…12 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 10, 1993 Campus theater groups address tough issues ALWAYS POLITICS IN ANN ARBOR By SHELLEY MORRISON DAILY STAFF REPORTER Students with aflair for drama anda desire to tackle some of today's tough- estcampus issuesmay find the opportu- nity to take center stage with a Univer- sity audience next week. The Residence Hall Repertoire The- ater troupe - part of a nearly 10-year- old University program ...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 10, 1993 - 13 PLO, Israel agi'ee on recogntion mk $ Mideast. peace talks make k East Detroit classes are delayed until taxvote major breakthrough on road to stability in volitile region TNIS, Tunisia (AP) -PLO leaders and Israel swept away one of the major obstacles to Mideast peace yesterday when they agreed to recognize each other and take the risky path to peace. The mutual recognition agreement cle...…

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…01 ARTS The Michigan i September 10, 1993 Page 16 Boxing Helena' becomes lifeless 0 ByDAVID SHEPARDSON In a muted effort to create a meta- phr for the objectification of women, Jennifer Lynch directs a feature that sells out for the benefit of movie-goers ii)cenoga Park and in the process cre- ates an ill-constructed and arguably misogynist film. Boxing Helena Directed by Jennifer Lynch; with $herilyn Fenn, Julian Sands and Art Parfunkel. ...…

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…The Michigan Daily -Friday, September 10, 1993-17 Hary Rose Banjo Crackerjax Yazoo Records Could the banjo ever be a classical instrument? Well, because of high-brow disdain for the tickled twang of five string flurries, the banjo has had a hard time outgrowing its provincial roots. But, in the early decades of this century, Harry Reser's whacked attack brought anew level of appreciation to the humble steel and skin. Inspired by the innovativ...…

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…18 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 10, 1993 FILMS OPENING: F R I D A Y MONEY FoR NOmiNG John Cusack finds $1.2 million on the ground, while Michael Madsen squints and grovels his way through yet another film. At Showcase: 12:45, 3:10, 5:30, 7:50, 10:10, 12:20. THE REAL McCoy Universal, always desperate enough to gamble on untalented actors, gives Kim Basinger a chance to rectify her uninspiring career with a plot ripped off from "Hu...…

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…The Michigan Daily -Friday, September 10, 1993 -19 BOOKS Continued from page 16 can not merely have "access" to a Nintendo, you actually have to own one. This is why children nag their parents tobuy them their own Nintendo, Which Sheff himself describes. While b5ids do talk to one another about Nintendo, they only do so with other Nintendoowners. These friendships are often based solely on Nintendo owner- ship. The Nintendo "cult" encourag...…

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…0 20 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 10, 1993 D goo i7O J1 J1 1 1 1 1 +I 1 + 1 1 , ' .. "' ' ''-- -- AV 40 i u ur . "rte, .r ..y - 0 I I I Super Sub or Fullback Sub marine Sandwich 1 lb. 9oz.-1 lb. 1] oz. In our Deli Dept. i , r t y . 1l.t.l. C ' 0 0 I 0 Grandma Shearer's Potato Chips l1 oz. bag. All varieties. Mei jer Prets 1 2 oz bag. Stix or+ i 0 I s " " ww p + s 4 O 40 4 " t ...... v+" r... l DII r 40 I...…

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…,. Football vs. Notre Dame Tomorrow, 12p.m. (ABC) Michigan Stadium S S Volleyball at North Carolina State Tonight, 7:30 p.m. Raleigh, N.C. Wolverines overmatch Irish this year By ADAM MILLER DAILY FOOTBALL WRITER Notre Dame fans will do just about anything tohelp their beloved Irish. The latest ploy involves a fan reportedly planting Irish sod in the north endzone of Michigan Stadium, supposedly in the exactlocation thatDesmond Howard ma...…

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…4 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 10, 1993 He can play the game, but can he talk the game? Notre Dame quarterback McDougal has to prove he can be a leader for the Fighting Irish offense * By GEORGE DOHRMANN THE NOTRE DAME OBSERVER Kevin McDougal was unsureofhim- self for thefirst time this fat. With Notre Dame trailing Northwestern, 12-7, the senior quarterback stepped into the huddle wondering what his teammates must be thinking....…

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…The Michigan Daily -Friday, September 10, 1993-25 . .Blue to play three matches in Carolina Spikers hit Tobacco Road to take on Wolfpack, Blue Devils and Tar Heels By J.L. ROSTAM-ABADI DAILY SPORTS WRITER When Michigan challenges a trio of foes on Tobacco Road this weekend only one rule will govern the court - smoke or be smoked. The Michigan volleyball team (2-1) left for North Carolinayesterday, where it will come face to face with competi-...…

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…*1 26 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 10, 1993 A I '0 {4^ 4 .1 r. 4 g +1 R I 9 Y' l 4R q It's as easy as dialing 1-800-COLLECT;M instead of zero, when you make a collect call. It's the 1-800-COLLECT $5,000 DAILY GIVEAWAY. Just complete your col- lect call between August 30 and September 28, and you'll have a chance to share $5,000 with the person whose number you're calling. Call as often as you like. There are winners every da...…

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…The Michigan Daily -Friday, September 10, 1993 - 27 Women harriers open at Lehigh SOCCER KICKS OFF By JAESON ROSENFELD DAILY SPORTS WRITER If you had to pick a song to describe last season for the Michigan women's cross country team, you might pick "Glory Days." With a Big Ten championship and eighth-place NCAA finish, the harriers made quite a name for rookie coach Mike McGuire. But success brings greed to most and McGuire has proven no dif...…

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…0 0 Frirav. September 10. 1993 I IMay, VGEl G IIUGI 1w, Ivau Check out the 10 Rules that guide our course. I, I, I, Short Cornerback 7 Alfie Burch 28 Deon Johnson 23 Woody Hankins D Outside Linebacker 91 Matt Dyson 32 Shawn Collins Strong Safety 3 Shonte Peoples 20 Deollo Anderson 24 Zack Freedman Inside Linebacker 37 Jarret Irons 46 Marcus Walker 95 Bobby Powers 45 Mike Vanderbeek Free Safety 35 Chuck Winters 17 Clarence Thompson 31...…

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…0 0 0 t W okkb o uT f!r./A 7 { / -or _ =(K I ~.ii7 o 1993 MICHIGAN FOOTBALL PREVIEW .40 When ever the college life crams your schedule beyond cooking, call Domino's Pizza for a great meal at a FILE PHOTO Michigan coach Gary Moeller has won the Big Ten every year of his Ann Arbor tenure. Will the streak continue? 1993 UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN FOOTBALL SCHEDULE great price delivered in 30 minutes, guaranteed! North Campus 769-5511 Cent...…

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…0 0 0 Kickoff '93 Friday, September 10, 1993 4 Let the Chase Begin The Wolverines seek a sixth consecutive conference title, and the biggest prize, a national championship by Adam Miller Michigan Team Preview Z. V CHA championship. Michigan and Penn State have already been described by Col- lege Football Scene as turning the Big Ten into the "Big Two, Little Nine," in reference to the "Bo vs. Woody" days of the 1970s when Ohio State ...…

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…0 Friday, September 10, 1993 'IN ICE CREAM I RTTqC THE SAWNGS net Bowl at the end of the year. Collins also highlighted the schedule, and its visit to State College, as a potential stumbling block for Michigan. "I think we have a tough sched- ule, maybe one of the toughest schedules out, especially with Penn State in the conference," Collins said. "So I think it's going to take a real good effort to come forward and win the champion- s...…

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…0 a Kickoff '93 R E 1992 Big Ten Team Statistics Friday, September 10, 1993 'M' mauls Cougars in oi ' .. .............................. $Stndin W L T Pct. Michigan 6 0 2 .778 Ohio St. 5 2 1 :.668 Michigan St. 5 3 0 .625 Illinois 4 3 1 .563 Iowa 4 4 0 .500 Indiana 3 5 0 .375 Wisconsin 3 5 0 .375 Purdue 3 5 0 .375 Northwestern 3 5 0 .375 Minnesota 2 6 0 .250 YDSTDYDSG YDS TD YDS/G Tu rnover Diffetp Michigan Iowa Michigan St. Ohio St...…

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…00 0 23 Kickoff '93 Kickers, backs benef'it from NCAA rules changes Hashmarks, taunting rules among alterations in '93 1993 Rule Changes college rulebook or college kickers, the NCAAa NCAA's vendetta tions. F against them may be basketh over. At least to some it seems college like a vendetta. players Over the past few years, rules uniform changes such as narrowing the blood mi ,goal posts and prohibiting use of their re kicking tees on...…

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…0 0 0 Friday, September 10, 1993 Kickoff '93 Ryan Herrington Illini mount rare quarterback WHOLESLEI Ii Illinois has a question mark at quarterback. While that predicament is commonplace for the Detroit Li- ons, it has not happened for the traditionally quarterback-rich Illini since Gary Moeller coached there in the late 1970s. During the 1980s alone, Illinois sentTony Eason, Jack Trudeau and Jeff George to the NFL. While Jason Ver...…

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…0 0 0 24 Kickoff '93 Friday. September 10.1993 ... ..r, ....r..,.....,.. , I F Experienced Badgers primed for Big Ten rise Bigger and Better Ten? After several lean years, Wis- consin coach Barry Alvarez is readyforhismostproductive sea- son yet. The Badgers return eight on offense, seven on defense and second team All-Big Ten punter Sam Veit. A quality backfield will be necessary to continue in- ,freasing point production as Wi...…

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…0 0 a Friday. September 10, 193 Miller, Coleman look to right State's sin The Michigan State football team is undefeated, but don't expect it to last past Saturday. The Spartans have not won a season opener since 1987 and have only had three winning Sep- tembers during George Perles' 10-year reign as head coach. Although Michigan State fin- ished third at 5-3 in the Big Ten last season, a winless Sep- tember cost the team any post- seas...…

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…0 0 0 0 0 0 22 Kickoff '93 Friday, September 10, 1993 Fry looks New rules this season in the Big Ten allowjunior college trans- ferstobeginplayingimmediately rather than having to sit out a year. The action may become more popular with the NCAA's re- cent trend to " 'reducing the number of scholarships a school can give. Iowa has jumped right in, bringing in 10 junior college Mike Dailey (38)is one of eight returning starters to the ...…

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…0 0, Friday, September 10, 1993 0 0 12 Kickoff '93 .. --r" . Replacing veterans just isn't that easy- Most agree that the biggest challenge Gary Moeller had to deal with in the offseason was to replace a veteran offensive line that helped Michigan gain over 268 yards a game on the ground. Gone are Steve Everitt, Joe Cocozzo, Doug Skene and Rob Doherty to graduation. The ques- tion remained, who would replace these veterans? Offensive CHA ...…

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…0 0 Kickott '93 20l e w Scout "You would have to be foolish to not pick Michigan (8-0 Big Ten last season, 8-04projected) as a favorite," Wisconsin coach Barry Alvarez said ofthe Big Ten race this season. Unless you are Gary Moeller, who hears that from everyone he meets, thank Barry for his insight and con- tinue sorting through the myriad of Big Ten mediocrity. The gushing continues over Penn State's admittance to the Big Ten. Saturd...…

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…0 Kickoff '93 Friday. September 10, 1993 14 ..._ w r .. _. , I-t Faster than a speeding bullet and a nice guy, too. Off the field, football hero Tyrone Wheatley is strictly Clark Kent A mani Toomer, a wide receiver for the Michi gan football team, is talking about his teammate Tyrone Wheatley. Wheatley, a junior tailback from Inkster, Mich., is one of the best players in college football and a candidate for the Heisman Trophy. Toomer ...…

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…0 18 Kickoff '93 Friday, September 10, 1993 fV CaptainStanley steers Wolverines' defensive ship Losing a two-time All-Ameri- can defensive tackle might cripple an average defensive line. How- ever, despite losing Chris Hutchinson, a Wolverine with a list of honors and achievements the length of his arm, Michigan's current front three are not hurt- ing in the least. They are primed to help lead the defense as well as -Defensive I the t...…

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