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…WE It i Vol. CIV, No. 119 Ann Arbor, Michigan One hundred three years of editorial freedom Thursday, September 8, 1994 @ 1994 The Michigan Daily Ann Arbor teachers'strike frustrates local union, parents By DWIGHT DAVIS Daily Staff Reporter Classes may start today for University students, but for the 14,000 students in the Ann Arbor Public Schools, an extended sum- mer vacation stretches into its second week as the district's 1,100 teache...…

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…Page2 THE MICHIGAN DAILY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1994 Paae 2 THE MICHIGAN DAILY. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 8. 1994 '1We did it! SE 999 Geea iigacail New Student E dition 1 994 General News, Perspectives,UnvrtyArsAn Arbor& Sports ELECTIONS Continued from page 1 In other primary results, state Sen. Lana Pollack (D-Ann Arbor) lost to U.S. Rep. Bob Carr (D-Lansing) by less than 1 percent of the vote to decide who will vie to replace outgoing U.S....…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER R 1994 Pan 3 ". .. r , raww a Largest class in'U' history hts campus By KIRAN SRINIVAS Daily Staff Reporter The new Fab 5 won't be the big- gest thing on campus this fall. But the size of their class will. "Next year's (the fall of 1994) in- coming class should be the biggest in University history. It is expected to be in the 4,900s," said Alan Levy, spokes- rson for the Housing Division. While offici...…

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…4 - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 8, 1994 (Thw £rbio an &rirtg I . . . . . Mmk m No Apok a a 'Oft Alk 0 I I I L~ [61 V±~ :j g ~giui@j I±~ :j ~ 420 Maynard Ann Arbor, MI 48109 Edited and managed by students at the University of Michigan Jessie Halladay Editor in Chief Samuel Goodstein Flint Wainess Editorial Page Editors Welcome to the U of M. Good football - selfish administration.' - Recently appearing on a sign in front of ...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1994 Page 5 Iz Jievised policy tells number of guards needed at 'U' parties By RONNIE GLASSBERG Daily Staff Reporter A change in the Social Events Policy will more clearly outline the number of security officers needed at dances or parties in University facili- ties. The new policy, titled the Dance/ arty Policy, applies to any group sing theMichigan Union, the Michi- gan League, the North Campus ...…

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…Page 6 THE MICHIGAN DAILY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1994 Comm. rofessor sues over 'U' retaliation Misspent funds June 1994 By BETH HARRIS Daily Staff Reporter A University adjunct professor is writing yet another chapter in the ongoing saga within the communication department. Jonathan Friendly, director of the Master's Program in Journalism, has filed a lawsuit against the University claiming thathis role in prompting a recent departmental aud...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1994 Pan e7 THE ICHGAN AIL THUSDA. SETEMER 8 194 P~ - Advisers urge Clinton to set date for Haiti invasion The Washington Post WASHINGTON - President Clinton yesterday heard appeals from senior foreign policy advisers to set a public deadline for U.S.military action in Haiti, and to send a personal emis- sary there with a final demand that its military leaders voluntarily step down or be ousted. C...…

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…Page THE MICHIGAN DAILY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 9994 Custody struggle over 3-year-old daughter of 'U' . Last night, Daily Staff Reporter Michelle Lee Thompson interviewed JenniferIreland a20-year-oldLSA sophomorefrom Mt. Clemens who has been fighting with her ex-boyfriend for custody of their 3-year-old daughter Maranda, at Ireland's Northwood Family Housing apartment. The case attracted nationwide attention when a Macomb County Circuit C...…

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…THEI MICIGIANAILYl VTUIRfl(gAV DSFTFMRAD 0OA n___ n student sparks national attention, personal anguish Two nights ago, Daily StaffReporterMichelle Lee Thompson interviewed Steven Smith, the 20-year-old ex-boyfriend ofJennifer Ireland, at the Michi- gan Union. Smith, also from Mt. Clemens, has been fighting with Jennifer Ireland, an LSA sophomore,forcustody oftheir3-year-olddaughterMaranda. The case attracted nationwide attention when a Mac...…

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…n___. ae. __.. _. Page 10 THE MICHIGAN DAILY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8. 1994 rage .sTH.MICHIGANDAILY THrVIVVf1l VL1 FPTFMRFR R lI~QQA S I I [ STUDENTS A 0 ADVERTISED ITEM POUCY: WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO UMIT QUANTITIES. Each of these advertised items is required to be available for sale. If we do run out of an advertised item, we will offer you your choice of a comparable item, when available, reflecting the same savings or a raincheck...…

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…J e Iigwx B&iU New Student Edition Thursday, September 8, 1994 LIVIN G AR T S Page 11 By Ted Watts 94 So, here we are, flush in the afterglow of our metaphorical fling with that much-used and often-brutal mistress of flannel and horizontal stripes, the madam of music, the dominatrix of popular taste, that diseased-yet-attractive-smelling consort of the diseased-and-foul- smelling Pery Farrell, Lollapalooza. Here we lay on the floor after t...…

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… Page 12 THE MICHIGAN DAILY CAKEMAIL BAKERIES Instead of flowers... instead of fruit... instead of balloons... "Let Them Eat Cake." Moms and Dads...because we know how you feel when your children trade in the bedrooms for a college dormitory...because we know what it's like to be so close-and yet so far...and because we can be there when it's difficult for you....call us at A A nationwide network of bakeries united in the spirit of celebrat...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY LIVING ARTS THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1994 Page 13 John Mellencamp Dance Naked Polygram Records John Mellencamp has always struck me as a great songwriter with a penchant for writing some incredibly atchy music. However, he's always Ooduced just enough cheese to stay off my personal hit list.Ironically, the catchiest song on his latest album is a cover of the Van Morrison classic "Wild Night." "Dance Naked" is no different th...…

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…Page 14 THE MICHIGAN DAILY LIVING ARTS THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1994 Page 14 THE MICHIGAN DAILY LIVING ARTS THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1994 Familiar 'Pirates of Penzance' sails Editor's note: The Stratford Fes- tival is one of the most famous and respected repertory companies in the world. They present some 10produc- tions, Shakespearean and otherwise, throughout the summer and fall. In a classics marathon, Melissa Rose Bernardo reviewed six. Lo...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1994 Page 15 Law dean prepares school for changes m 21st century By JAMES M. NASH Daily Staff Reporter Spurred by advances in technol- what left speechless when I think I ogy and the globalization of the have had the good fortune to be able economy, the legal profession is shift- to contribute to the school in this way ing from the days of dusty law books at this time." toatime when law is firmly en...…

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…~1 -Page 16 Pane 16THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1994 I SIP, SHOP, AND, STROLL & ON SOUTH UNIvERSITY A AVENUE THE PRINCETON RE'VIEW4 we score more IN -\ r, ' _ O 'Sullivan ~ Eatery & Pub Est. 1989 .\.. \ . >> r, . W-' f fit. The Best Food on the Avenue! ,O, OK All You Can Eat Perch Every Friday 49e~ Ch1ll0 ;;, , 5 e day ' C 4 All You Can Eat Spaghetti Every Saturday F "Good Times Good Friends Good Health ...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY PHOTO STORY THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8 ,1994 Pan 17 THEMICIGNDILPHTOSTOY HURD.SEPTE . 1994 P..,.17 Let there be art UNHEAVY DUTYE Caldera Mid. Q200 S. University (at Church Street) * 994-9401 Visit our other store at: 322 E. Liberty (next to Seva) * 662-9401 Art exhibits lined State Street. Just crossing the street was an adventure. You could yell "fire" and no one would even flinch. Tonight Meet at the C-iginal Gathering...…

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…Page 18 Thursday, September 8, 1994 Sittler walks to streets of Philly ,Former top pick inks three-year deal with Philadelphia Flyers ,'r «,By PAUL BARGER draft." tend Michigan. because of his limited play in 1993- x Daily Sports Writer The Flyers used the seventh over- Sittler had a successful freshman 94, but his decision to sign with the ' Ss -For the second consecutive year all pick in the 1992 draft to take the campaign, leading all of th...…

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…Page 19 THE MICHIGAN DAILY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1994 Pa~e19 THE MICHIGAN DAILY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1994 Early struggles continue for hitters Inexperience follows Wolverines home in loss to Eastern Michigan A By DARREN EVERSON and TOM SEELEY Daily Sports Writers Growing pains continue to plague the youthful Michigan volleyball team, as another more seasoned club took advantage of Wolverine inexpe- rience. Poised to take a two game-...…

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…Page 20 THE MICHIGAN DAILY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1994 I 'M' women open inaugural campaign .t By ANTOINE PITTS Daily Sports Editor For years the Michigan athletic de- partment has been known as one of the nation's best. However, until recently, it lacked the world's most played sport. Last Saturday marked the historic debut of varsity women's soccer at Michigan as the Wolverines tied Wis- consin-Green Bay, 1-1, at Mitchell Field. Michiga...…

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… Ulle Ei1 iigFn atlg New Student Edition T (IIV-Es Section Thursday, September 8, 1994 q p. Indifference, apathy are the true evils t et' s be brutally honest. If you peel off the layers of superfluous appeals to one's most base sense of sandbox justice, most columns or speeches about activism on college campuses are saying exactly the same thing: fuck off, Lazy Reader, and be active like me. That probably sounds harsh. After all, I once...…

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…Page 2B THE MICHIGAN DAILY NEW STUDENT EDITION PERSPECTIVES THURSDAV .SPTEMPE R S1994 ... ... .. ...." ""- ". - . . --v . . v " . 1 1 1 v I II , .., AcTIvisM Continued from page 1B Yet, we are still stuck with the fact that de facto problems still can't gen- erate the activism created by the bla- tantly discriminatory practices of the past. A budget deficit that threatens to bankrupt this country may make you angry, but can it really drive ...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY NEW STUDENT EDITION PERSPECTIVESTHURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1994 Page_3B Searching Yor meaning, Daily serves vital mission By DAVID SHEPARDSON or several years now, this space has been used to both introduce and pre-emptively defend the Daily to new readers. Part catharsis and part cater- waul, this exercise is one in utility, a quieting moment of reflection amid a sea of writing not devoted to such purposes. Rarely do writers...…

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…'Page 4B THE MICHIGAN DAILY NEW STUDENT EDITION PERSPECTIVES THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER &: 1994 Pae4 HEMCIA DIYNW TDN"DIINPRSETVSTH rDY e TEMRPRV1 IQQA C W , d a . x alc l c~oSTaESf R E "Otd Ahe YOO. AREA I.' tug 'E"u t S 3s. AAl pl Ul DINING * LODGING * SHOPPING # ENTERTAINMENT L" ............... 2 ~ / 2' ~ 22,2 ~<TOM-14&U.S.23 >~' ~ 7 2~2 K~ '~ 2' 2>2 7'7 2> / ~<2 2 2 2 2 2 ~2.> 27 ~> 2~2~2~ 2 *>/2 ~22 ~'22,2 22 2C2 "7n "a Z E-....…

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… THE MICHIGAN DAILY NEW STUDENT EDITION PERSPECTIVES THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1994 Page 5B .r,, ' i 1 A / n- ., , r , ! ri 1, , ," ,. r PC drive squelches free speech 'U' has history of enforcing 'correct' Q speech behavior k By JIM PINKHAM Daily Staff Reporter On college campuses political correctness often sug- gests a stifling of words or deeds that might offend some on the basis of race, gender or sexual affinity. "Worrying about what yo...…

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…Page 6B THE MICHIGAN DAILY NEW STUDENT EDITION PERSPECTIVES THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1994 Student Groups More than 600 campus groups exist on campus. These groups cater to all religious affiliations, political ideologies, interests and genders. Campus Crusade for Christ has more than 40 years of experience in helping students develop their rela- tionship with God. As a part of Cam- pus Crusade you will build meaning- ful and lasting friendship...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY NEW STUDENT EDITION PERSPECTIVES THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1994 Page 7B Student Government * Assembly works to better campus environment Michigan Student Assembly voices student concerns By JACOB STERN The Michigan Student Assembly is the elected student body on campus. MSA is comprised of four execu- tive officers - president, vice presi- dent, treasurer and student general counsel - and 46 other elected repre- sentatives. ...…

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…Page 8B THE MICHIGAN DAILY NEW STUDENTEDITION PERSPECTIVES THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1994 9 Ann Arbor Tenants Union A2 Tenants Union: 'Don't let anyone fool you' Speak Out Speakers and protestors regularly gather on the Diag to address the injustices pervading the world. You and 40,000 others are reading this (impressive, isn't it?) HUMANE SOCIETYOAF HURON VALLEY By PATTRICE MAURER v The Ann Arbor Tenants UnionH (AATU) has three warnings an...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY NEW STUDENT EDITION PERSPECTIVES THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1994 Page 9B Lesbian Gay Bisexual Programs Office 'U' office works to improve life for gays, lesbians By RONNI SANLO The Lesbian Gay Bisexual Programs Of- fice (LGB) at the University is undergoing exciting changes as it embraces a future of clarity and positiveness for the lesbian, gay and bisexual communities. Among the changes are the initiation of new programs *n...…

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…Page 10B THE MICHIGAN DAILY NEW STUDENT EDITION PERSPECTIVES THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1994 Alums use their Daily experience in the real world By DAVID RHEINGOLD From London to Hong Kong, from the New York Times to the Ann Arbor News, one can readily find people who once worked at The Michigan Daily. Staffers over the past 104 years have gone on to a variety of pursuits, such as law, public relations and, of course, journalism. A Daily survey ...…

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… O Wit Iidligau JaUOg New Student Edition UNIVERSITY Section Thursday, September 8, 1994 5 :1 * Tune in, speak out, have fun Wherever home is for you, the reader, the first-year student- in-waiting, you are inundated with images of the University implacably imprinted on baseball caps, glossy brochures and dorm leases. With a host of expectations and a ready- made set ofx dreams, *res and goals, Paradise - found and then lost - awaits.p I...…

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…Page 2C THE MICHIGAN DAILY NEW STUDENT EDITION UNIVERSITY THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1994 I ON-LINE Continued from page 1C University's Digital Library Program. "Instead of having to go to the shelf to pull it off, you can have it printed from the computer." This service is sent electronically to the computers so students can ac- cess it from their dorms or homes with a computer and a modem. "Students can look at these jour- nals from anywhere...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY NEW STUDENT EDITION UNIVERSITY THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1994 Page 3C .'U' bus system provides lifeline for North Campus residents, students r< ;; , By MICHELLE LEE THOMPSON Daily Staff Reporter And you thought riding the bus to school ended when you got your driver's license. Not so, if you are enrolled in engineering, art, music or architecture, and you aren't lucky enough to have a car and lots of parking ticket money...…

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…Page 4C Page 4C ~~~~~~~~THE MICHIGAN DAILY NEW STUDENT EITION U INIVERSITY TU[IRfl~AV Cr-PTFRFR 0 A- -- .* **- SUE I f IJJ1I.I. LVILIILJ LSA adds requirement to promote quantitative thinking By JULIE BECKER Daily Staff Reporter "Taking responsibility for education." For the more than 3,000 students entering the College of LSA this fall, this phrase will take precedence above all others. It is the theme behind recent LSA curriculum changes, ...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY NEW STUDENT FnITinN «Nivr.RSrrV T1411PCndV CGATI=AARGR P 100A r% r ^ TH MCvt3A lvl v ,W I LVInAT /nI IriI 3EIYCRIE@T I LJrIzafl DHRA~r Y+- . -- .~., ~dIlJ ~5UV~1EUI IItIL t r t I lIVIDCF1 U+ I.'~# tage 5C Students find study space in 'U' libraries By KELLIE PORTH Daily Staff Reporter It is Sunday evening, you have a quiz tomorrow, and your neighbor is still learning "Stairway to Heaven" on his electric guitar. Looks like ...…

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… 0 Bacl I to cas ;; INSTUMENTS / SONY TI 81 GRAPHIC SCIENTIFIC CALCULATOR " 8 line by 16 character display * 13 calculation digits " 177 functions * Graphing feature keys " One key variable access " Standard scientific calculation function keys REG. PRICE .............$79.95 , SALE PRICE...... $69.95 - - I m LLi ~hm s4 EAGLE Ile Eagle ]Power Strip 6 OumhiT POWER STMi ALE PiCE .................$6.99 MIR pig i lull 4 R W R 9111010 9...…

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…J I 11 I I1 V1 (A "If I f, 1 CA~p1 This guide will make attaining, equipping and furnishing your new home away from home EASY!, P s f t .. V.. I"A VE .a SPRJNG AD s A V E 0 B B SMATTRESS SUPER SALE Experience the ifference INT EF.-CWP-ETATlx.)E CcCjL. affordable sociable Low cost includes: prepared meals, utilities, phone, laundry 4002 Michigan Union 662-4414 5u tOUI~~ NG {PL-1 ° /' t'l BDGET FIRM $4.95 TWIN ea. pc. F...…

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…Page 8C THE MICHIGAN DAILY NEW STUDENT EDITION UNIVERSITY THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1994 PaeCTH ICIGNDAL.NW.TDETEDTINUvVRSTYvURD" FPFRV/ 1~ Famous, infamous 'U' alums make their mark across the globe By DWIGHT DAVIS Daily Staff Reporter With the new academic year upon us, it is time once again to look to the hallowed history of this great institu- tion and its long list of illustrious and infamous alums. With their example in mind we can forg...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY NEW STUDElNT EITIONAIUNIVERSITY TIIIRSflAv CFPTFMRADD00A b^. - Af Studnt ffars 'ouces lotof he civiieofday-to-dayrage 9C .~~~~"Student Affairs 'touches a lot of the activities of dayt-a ie' By RONNIE GLASSBERG Daily Staff Reporter To most people, the University in- spires visions of athletic competitions and academics. But for students at the University, Michigan provides more than large lecture halls and snowy Saturday f...…

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…Page 10C THE MICHIGAN DAILY NEW STUDENT EDITION UNIVERSITY THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1994 Avoid getting sick far away from home Students stay fit, have fun at rec. centers By JEN DiMASCIO Daily Staff Reporter Welcome to "Michiworld." Free with a student ID you receive a membership to a fabulous fitness club entitling you to participation in any intramural sport ranging from flag football to basketball to softball and access to any of the cam...…

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…Page 12C THE MICHIGAN DAILY NEW STUDENT EDITION UNIVERSITY THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1994 Page 120 THE MICHIGAN DAILY NEW STUDENT EDITION UNIVERSiTY THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1994 Construction temporarily scars campus By LISA DINES Daily Staff Reporter Although construction means dirt, noise and inconve- nience for students and faculty, many believe it will create a state-of-the-art University. "Better facilities enable students to have a better ...…

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… dThe N'idOin 1U1 New Student Edition ARTS ThuI ) T ir I 1d Ann Arbor can fill any culture cravings When I die, I want to be cremated, with my ashes divided into two parts. One part is to be scattered back in Baltimore, at Oriole Park at Camden Yards in the outfield, on the ground Brady Anderson treads. The other is to be placed in the Michigan Theater - row eight, third seat in from the right aisle. Sounds a little eccentric, I suppo...…

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…Page 2D THE MICHIGAN DAILY NEW STUDENT EDITION ARTS THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1994 Theater Local stages come alive with classic theater productions* By MELISSA ROSE BERNARDO Just because you're 12 hours from the Big Apple doesn't mean you're not going to find top-notch theater in Ann Arbor. And even if the only theater you've seen was your high school's production of "Bye Bye Birdie," the performance selection and quality in Ann Arbor is guar-...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY NEW STUDENT EDITION ARTS THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1994 Page 3D Comics *Newest superheroes fly into town Flights of fancy or children's literature, students await the latest releases By JOHN R. RYBOCK Fantasy. That's it. Every Wednesday, Dave's Comics on East William gets its new shipment of comics, and am there to indulge in my fantasy world. And I have no shame about that, despite what my friends will say. I'll fully adm...…

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…Page dD THE MICHIGAN DAILY NEW STUDENT EDITION ARTS THURSUAY SEP 1EWE'R 9 7994 Page 4D THE MICHIGAN DAILY NEW STUDENT EDITION ARTS THURSDAY S~PTE~4B~W8 1994 I. II~c L4 r S: y f 'KR CLASSICAL,',. . goo I ± 11-41l f 1... 7 T mw Romms .: King .... s ZO > 0 JO4 hh , 18 , . ® . David's Books Dl El WE El 11 4 5 CHRIS WOLF/Daily 5c 16 0) Pinball Pete's I CHRIS WOLF/Daily The University Musical Society's Only 19 To ...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY NEW STUDENT EDITION ARTS THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1994 Page 5D 0 fl,. Ce t The Blind Pig I North Diag Union East Quad North Da i z4b c4 e . RA IYouir IDenfi{7 UL lot to us o0 1Rti f . 4 .,. ST" i.t 7 s Q " " f s" f " . r---.. UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN 600847 8679 Exp. 06-99 r, r k .. Y T s ' I I - l P ~I i …

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…Page 6D THE MICHIGAN DAILY NEW STUDENT EDITION ARTS THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1994 Page 6D THE MICHIGAN DAILY NEW STUDENT EDITION ARTS THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 8. 7994 'U' art museum boasts Picasso collection By JESSIE HALLADAY Students come to the University for much more than the academics. For many, Ann Arbor is a cultural draw which entices students from across the country. There is a definite comfort in knowing that when you pack up all your ...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY NEW STUDENT EDITION ARTS THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER R_ NPA p2mm 7n THEMIHIAN""""".SU."N -I - A ~ThIR lV ~P FR R l- - .v . . . I v. a m-. WF .---, V"'* 1 [U U SCU 1 .5 I PJI Iage Reporter's Notebook * Travails of covering the annual art fair By DARCY LOCKMAN And now that is the howling baby! Yes, no doubt about it ... and why not? Not an uninspired reaction -- "Aaaahh! Yaaaaaaooohhh, oooooh, waaaaah ... Waaaaaah!" - all things co...…

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…Page 8D THE MICHIGAN DAILY NEW STUDENT EDITION ARTS THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1994 Page80 TE MCHIGN DALY EW SUDEN EDTIONARTSTHUSDAY SEPEMBR.._199 1 1 Ii I .1 III 11 " CASUAL DINING-* BRUNCH " FINE INING - TAKEOUT-* DELIVERY-* CASUAL INING-* BRUNCH - FINE DINING - TAKEOUT- DELIVERY " CASUAL DINING " BRUNCH -FINE DINING " TAKOUT" DELIVERY-* CASUAL DINING THE x, 3 A To" 'I PAG E - NINIC IVnl%") - AUAnlIG * -LfO34.L - 9NINI4 3Iid - HNnaUs ...…

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