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October 25, 1993 (vol. 104, iss. 19) • Page Image 1

…0 t Quilt depicts personal stories behind AIDS, Last minute lilini score leaves Blue far behind in Rose Bowl race «a F - 4 k - ;. 4 S T 1 6 ,f- / w I 4 *t oqw One hundred three years of editorial freedom 10, W71171,I COMING HOME 'Uremves in SouthAfrica SHARON MUSHEF Ralph Watts, class of '57, cheers for his alma mater during the football game on Saturday. Watts founded the Alumni Cheerleaders in 1967. Regents endorse lifting ban...…

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…2 - The Michigan Daily - Monday, October 25, 1993 STUDENT Continued from page 1 The Flint campus is so close to I- 475 that the off-ramp touches the cam- pus. And from all over the Thumb of Michigan, students commute here to study. Although only an hour from Ann Arbor by car, its climate toward gays is light years away, said Tim Retzloff, who spoke during public comments Friday. Thanking the regents publicly, Retzloff said the bylaw change wo...…

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…"1 The Michigan Daily - Monday, October 25, 1993 - 3 .Assembly candidacy deadline tomorrow By KAREN TALASKI DAILY STAFF REPORTER Before President Clinton set his sights on the Oval Office, he ran for a position on the Michigan Student Assembly. He won by a landslide, lacing his career on the fast track to ,ofitical greatness. Maybe not. But for students with such lofty aspirations, a place on the student government could be the first step to...…

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…4 - The Michigan Daily - Monday, October 25, 1993 U Ej £ichgjanailg 62s Mac (-~ AA4Y 420 Maynard Ann Arbor, MI 48109 Edited and managed by students at the University of Michigan JosH DUBow Editor in Chief SAM GOODSTEIN FLINT J. WAINEss Acting Editorial Page Editors Unless otherwise noted, unsigned editorials reflect the majority opinion of the Daily editorial board. All other cartoons, articles and letters do not necessarily represent t...…

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… RTS 'Quilt' By MELISSA ROSE BERNARDO Today there are over 24,000 NAMES Project Aids Memorial Qu less more being added as you readt some 200,000 dead of the AIDS e lions more infected. Unless you'v under a rock, you know that AIDS Quilt: A Musical Celebration Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre October 21, 1993 disease; why do we need a piece of us that? Because "Quilt, A Musica depicted what exists beyond the col - the intensely personal stories of t...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Monday, October 25, 1993 - 7 .AATU founder returns to campus to discuss low-income housing By PAUL DeFLORIO FOR THE DAILY As the Ann Arbor Tenants Union (AAT) recovers from its recent bud- get battle with the Michigan Student Assembly, one of its founders returned to campus Friday to advocate tenants' rights and organization. Steve Burghardt, who helped found the pro-tenant group amidst political unrest in 1968, commemo- ...…

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…8- The Michigan Daily - Monday, October 25, 1993 Philharmonic visits Ann Arbor By ANDREW SCHAFER Tonight the University Musical Society hosts the world-famous St. Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra in what is sure to be an incredible per- formance. For almost90 years the St. Petersburg Philharmonic (formerly the Leningrad Philharmonic) has been known for its extremely talented play- ers and mastery of, particularly, the Soviet orchestral musi...…

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… SPORTSMonday Trivia When was the last time the Michigan football team won fewer than nine games in a season? (Answer, page 2) lvi [U Inside SPORTSMonday Football 4-5 Football 1 Football 2 Football 3 Miller's Crossing 6-10 Wolverines near end of rad with loss Rose Bowl all but gone with 24-21 Illini victory By ANDY DE KORTE DAILY FOOTBALL WRITER Seven games into the season, no one has figured out what the Michigan football team will do ne...…

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…2 - The Michigan Daily - SPORTSMonday - Monday, October 25, 1993 Here is how the top 25 teams in college football fared this weekend. First-place votes are in parentheses. Team Renrd mw thav farne A * * Michigan finished the 1987-88 season with eight wins. The Wolverines gained their final win over Alabama, 28-24, in the 1988 Hall of Fame Bowl, good for a final record of 8-4. Michigan remains in the running for this year's Citrus and the H...…

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…The Michigan Daily - SPORTSMonday - Monday, October 25, 1993 - 3 Calloway The former Michigan receiver discusses the Wolverines and his life in the NFL Along with fellow wideout Greg McMurtry, Chris Callowayhelpedpro- vide the Wolverines with a strong pass- catching threat. Calloway hauled in a six-yard touchdown pass from. Demetrius Brown in the third quarter of the 1989 Rose Bowl to help Michi- gan defeat USC, 22-14. Following a solid car...…

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… 4 - The Michigan Daily -- SPORTSMonday - Monday, October 25, 1993 GAME STATISTICS I L L 1 N 0 I Blue lets lead slip away Wolverines squander 11-point edge in final quarter PASSING Player C-A Yds TDI J.Johnson 22-38 265 2 Tot. 22-38 265 2 RUSHING Player Att Yds Douthard 27 123 J.Johnson 8 26 Lynch 5 11 Totals 40160 Int 0 0 Lg 21 15 6 21 Avg 4.6 3.3 2.2 4.0 RECEIVING Player Dilger Douthard Olson Koester Strong Klein Dulick Fishe...…

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… The Michigan Daily - SPORTSMonday - Monday, October 25, 1993 - 5 M I C H I (a, r, . k + . i-,. .: ,i , : A, , n . , ,, . ; 1 FOOTBALL NOTEBOOK espite I ss, records GAME) fail in recrd quantities PASSING Player perimeter plays." Saturday could have featured a cel- TALKSc : Before Ricky Pow- ebrationof the 500th home victorybut Collins 1 ers' fateful fourth-quartcrfumble lli- that will have to wait at least until the Tot.I STATISTI...…

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…6- The Michigan Daily - SPOR T VOLLEYBALL TSMonday - Monday, October 25, 1993 Continued from page 1 themalot,"junior setter Julie Scherer said. "We served pretty tough most of the time. We got them out of their 'offense sometimes and were able to capitalize on that." Friday'smatch with Ohio State was not a pretty one for either team. "A lotofpoinfs were scored on the other team's errors,"Ohio State coach Jim Stone said. The Buckeye's serving...…

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…The Michigan Daily - SPORTSMonday -Monday, October 25, 1993-7 KcersrbounceAlback aainst Facos M° n a * Wolverines overcome small field to blank Bowling Green, 5-0 'S___________ By ELISA SNEED DAILY SPORTS WRITER After a disappointing loss to a lesser opponent, Western Michigan, ruined their record-breaking winning streak, the members of the Michigan women's soccer team showed that they wouldn't let a loss keep them down. The Wolverines again ...…

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…8 - The Michigan Daily - SPORTSMonday - Monday, October 25, 1993 Green Bay has Sharpe day. Receiver's four TDs spark 37-14 rout of Bucs AP PHOTO Detroit Lions quarterback Rodney Peete (9) scrambles for a 13-yard gain before being taken down by Los Angeles Rams Gerald Robinson (97) and Blair Bush (51) in the first quarter of yesterday's Detroit victory in Anaheim. Last-on a sk D iftast Lion cl& s c n ' *tsHanson's field goal squeaks Detroit p...…

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