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…77, WE One hundred three years of editorial freedom AAW Vol. CIV, No. 120 Ann Arbor, Michigan Friday, September 9, 1994 0 1994 The Michigan Daily adiation committee: no testing done at 'U' By DAVID SHEPARDSON Daily News Editor A committee created by President James J. Duderstadt to investigate the University's role in the use of radia- tion experiments in the 1940s and 1950s has not uncovered any evi- #nce of experiments on volunteers, m...…

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…2 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 9, 1994 CHANGES Continued from page 1 Betts said although he has not com- piled any numbers, from his observa- tions, the number of incidents have declined. "From what I've been told and checking with custodians, it seems to have ended the problem." He added that his initial impresssion is that the activity has not moved to any other area of campus. Aaron Rank, a facilitator of the East Quad Group fo...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 9, 1994 - 3 Same-sex couples to receive employee benefits The University is moving forward with its promise last September to end discrimination based on sexual orien- tation. The University Board of Regents amended Bylaw 14.06 - the nondis- crimination clause--to include sexual orientation in the list ofcharacteristics that the University may not use to dif- ferentiate between individuals. At its month...…

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…4 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 9, 1994 G.be £irbixttuu ntuig 420 Maynard Ann Arbor, 48109 Edited and managed by students at the University of Michigan Jessie Halladay Editor in Chief Samuel Goodstein Flint Wainess 'This is the most talented Michigan team I've seen since I've been here.' - Notre Dame football coach Lou Holtz, who has a knack for aggrandizing opponents ATURDAY AFTERNOON WTH THE NATIONAL ENDOWM~.ENT FOR THE ATRIT-...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 9, 1994 - 5 'U' pays $38OOOI) after IRS review By FRANK C. LEE Daily Staff Reporter The word "audit" is enough to send achill down anyone's spine. But individuals aren't the only ones who fear the Internal Revenue Service. Institutions across the nation, in- cluding the University, are having their books scrutenized for financial jproprieties. "About two years ago, the Internal Revenue Service announced ...…

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…6 -The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 9, 1994 WATCH FOUND in river at Arb. Still ticking! Owner, please call Mike, 662-5257. I BLOCK from central campus. $380 + 1/2 utilities to share 2 BDRM. apt. w/ grad student. Female, non-smoker, no drugs. Spa- cious apt. Has bay windows, separate entrance, hardwood floors, laundry facilities and off street parking. Sept. '94 to Aug. '95 lease. Call Catherine at 662-9075. 2 BEDROOM- AATA bus, near US...…

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…Henry Ford chairman of Los Angeles Times DEARBORN - In a surprise move that makes a Ford family mem- ber the front-runner to eventually as- sume the top job at Ford Motor Co., a *great-grandson of founder Henry Ford was named yesterday as head of the auto maker's powerful finance com- mittee. William Clay Ford Jr. will take the post Jan. 1 when it is vacated by his father William Clay Ford Sr., the 69- year-old brother of the late Henry Ford l...…

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…8'- The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 9, 1994 Crime bill to distribute $200 million for more police E The new crime bill should provide 20,000 officers over next 16 months The Washington Post WASHINGTON - Attorney General Janet Reno yesterday an- nounced that the Justice Department plans to distribute $200 million for about 2,600 police by Oct. 1, the first week the crime bill goes into effect. "This bill will fight crime on the street a...…

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…,Quayle att The Washington Post inner ci SAN FRANCISCO - Former "Ou Vice President Dan Quayle returned group, to the scene of his infamous "Murphy Comm Brown" speech yesterday and opened cisco. up a broad new front in his attack on 1960s - the "poverty of values" in America. has tak Continuing along acomeback trail fruit. TI * e hopes will transform him from a to welfa diculed former vice president to a are actu serious presidential candidate,...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 9, 1994 - 10 Pontiff decries bloodshed in Bosnia Los Angeles Times VATICAN CITY - "Enough war! Enough destructive rage!" the pope implored from an altar that should have been in Sarajevo. Preaching to faithful he didn't meet in a city he couldn't reach, Pope John Paul II yesterday lamented "the deso- late spectacle of a sinking humanity" and prayed for peace in the former Yugoslavia. "The dead of Saraj...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 9, 1994 - 11 ,Iliness of French president unsettles Paris political scene T ne wasiungton Post PARIS - Eight months before he is scheduled to leave the Elysee Pal- ace, an end-of-term mood is rapidly engulfing Francois Mitterrand's presidency, leaving French voters per- plexed and agitated about whether they will have to choose his successor sooner than expected. 0 As he recovers from his second operati...…

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…12 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 9, 1994 131 die in USAir crash outside Pittsburgh. ALIQUIPPA,Pa. (AP)-A USAir jetliner nose-dived into a ravine while trying to land nearPittsburgh last night, killing all 131 people on board. It was the deadliest crash in the United States in seven years. Flight 427 originated in Chicago and was to stop in Pittsburgh before continuing to West Palm Beach, Fla. "I looked up and there it was," said To...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 9, 1994 - 13 U.S. steps up plans for Haiti invasion AP PHOTO Cuba.Leandro Gomez pulls his brother Alexandro in a box yesterday afternoon inside the camp housing Cuban refugees in the Guantanamo Naval Air Base in Washingo Havana to resume talks on rfees seeking asym in The Washington Post WASHINGTON - The United States, stepping up its planning for not only the invasion of Haiti but also its aftermath, ...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 10, 1994- 14 Israel proposes 3 years of relations with Syria Rabin's declaration marks major first step AP PHOTO Women supporting the Muslim fundamentalist group Islamic Jihad demonstrates in front of the Gaza City jail yesterday. Arafat meets with fundamentalists to ease tensions Syria has refused to regognize the Jewish state absent a pullout from the Golan Heights, which Israel captured in 1967 Th...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 9, 1994 - 15 .White House weighs plan for tax cuts, citing election pressures President Clinton hopes to thwart congressional Republican plan for tax cuts, may bolster National Service program funding I The Washington Post WASHINGTON - Under elec- tion-year political pressure, the Clinton administration is weighing whether to dust off its proposal for a middle-class tax cut - an unfulfilled *campaign p...…

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…RTS TIME WAITS a 30-year retrospective of the Rolling Stones BY TOM ERLE WINE ecently, Bill Wyman (the rock critic, not the former Stones bassist) wrote an article that laimed that the main- stream press makes each Rolling Stones tour and album into a gargantuan me- dia event and that the public doesn't really care. While there's a certain amount of truth to that -after all, each album since 1974's "It's Only Rock & Roll" has been hailed a...…

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…2 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 9, 1994 0 lago (Scott Wentworth) incenses Othello (Ron O'Neal) with lies, incensing him into a rage in the Stratford Festival's production of "Othello." Stratfior-d's 'thell' its the hm By MELISSA ROSE BERNARDO In contrast to "Hamlet" or "Macbeth," "Othello" is a domestic tragedy. There are no kingdoms at stake, no countries in strife; it is the story of one man and how racism poisons and Othello ...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 9, 1994 - 3 'Fiddler' plays on the heart strings Despite a few sour notes, 30th anniversary tour is moving as ever By MELISSA ROSE BERNARDO It would be virtually impossible to do a bad production of "Fiddler on the Roof." The beloved show, based on stories of Sholom Alechem, never Direction and Choreography. Sammy Dallas Bayes, who directed a Topol revival and helped choreograph the film version of "Fi...…

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…4 - TheMichigan Daily - Friday, September 9, 1994 Labradford creates, not destroys By ANDY DOLAN Sometimes, amidst all of the fads, genres and sub-genres of popular mu- sic, one can't help but wonder about the diverse sounds that wander outside its familiar boundaries. While several bands have explored this uncharted realm, very few can actually claim their sonic textures as being residents of it. Oddly enough, Richmond, Vir- ginia is home t...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 9, 1994 - 5 eR ECO RDS Continued from page 4 third-rate Stooges rip-off, but this was entertaining. But, "The Very Crystal Speed Ma- chine" grew on me. Thee Hypnotics' new album is cheesy, but it's also fun to listen to. They still wish they were .from Ann Arbor, but now they also want to sound like the Rolling Stones' .style of R&B rock and roll music. So, -they got the Black Crowes' Chris ;Robinson to ...…

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…6 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 9, 1994 RECORDS Continued from page 5 Deee-Lite Dewdrops in the Garden Elektra How far the mighty have fallen. Since their brilliant 1990 debut "World Clique" Deee-Lite haven't been able to recapture the magic that was their special blend of personality and danceability. That's not to say that "Dewdrops in the Garden" is bad, but in the wake of songs like "Groove is in the Heart" "Smile On," the son...…

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…M~ci'fly friday September 9, 1994 - 7 Continued fhm ag plicitly homosexul "Sm i is the heterosexual iide shoots heroin with the pr n "Respectable" and riden ruk dx ers on "Far Away Eyes." As the '7Oswounddwnodh Stones' place in hih sc y cleaned up, Mick dvorcend dseew ad the band seemed alitteaa los "E tional Rescue" was the h e "Some Girls," a thoroughly enj but slight collection olef-ove too You," their las album to domiat the charts, was ...…

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…8 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 9, 1994 00 OFF All University of Michigan team-licensed athletic apparel, outerwear, and accessories. Tees, shorts, crews and pants in incredible new styles. Styles vary. Excludes Starter® outerwear and Champion*. Reg. 9.99-149.99, sale 7.49-112.49 Prices good through Friday, Sept. 16. The WOLVERINES are on the PROWL GET INontheAalONi 01 9 0 0 al 0l .xtx''..i In I …

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… Women's Cross Country Miami University Invitational Tomorrow, 10:30 a.m. Oxford, Ohio SPo) S Football vs. Notre Dame Tomorrow, 2:30 p.m. (NBC) South Bend, Ind. NOTRE DAME Continued from page 1 But leave it to Irish coach Lou Holtz to level the playing field. "Right now I'm worried about Michi- gan embarrassing us," Holtz said in Tuesday's teleconference. "I just don't know how good a football team we are, or how bad a football team we are...…

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…10 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 9, 1994 Kickers embark on first-ever road trip By MARC DILLER Daily Sports Writer Everything is a fresh, new experi- ence for the Michigan women's soccer team. Last Saturday, the Wolverines played their first varsity home match, scored their first varsity goal (by Debbie Flaherty) and tied their first varsity C game (against Wisconsin-Green Bay). Michigan won its first varsity match over Northern Il...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 9, 1994 -11. "Wolverine hitters try to change winless ways in weekend tournament at home By TOM SEELEY Daily Sports writer Playing one of the biggest opponents of the year in the midst of a four game losing streak has to be one of the worst cases of timing imaginable. Or is it? 0 That is precisely the situation the Michigan women's volleyball team faces tonight at 8 p.m. when they host in-state rival Mi...…

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…12 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 9, 1994 AP PHOTO The Giants raised their ticket prices more than any other NFL team in 1994. NFL prices keep iLsing NEW YORK (AP)- A day at an NFL game for a family of four remains the most expensive outing in pro sports, averaging $184.19, according to Team Marketing Report, a Chicago-based newsletter. The cost represents a 6.3 percent increase from last season, when the average was $173.37, and ...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Friday, September9, 1994 -13 Insh's better talent should best Blue *Taylor, Be Notre Dam By CHAD A. SAFRAN Daily Football Writer Notre Dame coach Lou Holtz talks about this year's No.6 Michigan team as being the best Wolverine squad he as faced since becoming coach of the tighting Irish in 1986. Whether or not "The Master of Hy- perbole" is correct will be known tomorrow. No one knows how Holtz, or Michigan coach Gary Moe...…

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…4 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 9, 1994 !s 01 e S I u om 1 Torgot To is 6FF 1 1 with Bonus Buck on any I one item in stock selling I for 9.97 or more* Limit one item per Bonus Buck. No additional Bonus Bucks in store. *Excluding alcoholic beverages, tobacco products, prescriptions, L previous purchases, existing layaways and gas station. 1 OFF 1 with Bonus Buck on any 1 one item in stock selling I for 19.97 or more* I Limit o...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 9, 1994 - 15 Back U mf MS tudents' L 9 Q~'qhrn1 n n fl 4 - --'~ Men's University of Michigan Appasrel Other colleges as well. Choose from in-stock assorted styles and designs. 3.99-99.99 EVERYDAY, now 2.99-74.99. .POFF f EVERYDAY PRICE I "W) EfJ E"I pal m coC- i i TI p TI TI, (~] (~ ~1~ - - o -Ti, 12®~cflJ (20 ®E© 0D ll.E { DY Y=fm tJ 4Y FIR r .r ce.Y)I a --.Elr t s o .m m C!) Em C!] CuE ) a I ...…

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… ooo LUG \ Massmino tries to clear his name in latest UNLV scandal The Sporting News The controversy involving Nevada- Las Vegas Coach Rollie Massimino and his once-secret supplementary con- tract continues to percolate. Among the most recent developments: Despite calls for his resignation by Board of Regents member Lonnie Hammargren, Massimino says he will not quit. Instead, Massimino says he intends to fulfill the remainder of his origina...…

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… 0 -a,0 w 0 L Uajeiz £iritun ttai "" ¢ r ? . r 4 F y .. - f. .. A v , r - , , ..'{ .. ; . . ,. r 4 _, Are you busy moving, scheduling classes and buying books? Are you looking forward to another semester? Well, just a friendly reminder from KAPLAN - GRE, GMAT, LSAT and MCAT classes are starting now. .# Tough questions, but at teaching you how hey, we're to answer experts them... Call 31 3-662-31 49 or visit our c 337 Eas...…

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…26 - Michigan Daily-r Kicko#94 - Friday, September9994 I 0 h Michign Daily Th icfjn al Weak defense means launching of Air Wacker for Golden Gophers M-Owl zi=rrruIt uruj 1 Since Jim Wacker took over as Minnesota's coach, the Golden Go- phers have become one of the most exciting teams in the Big Ten. The conference, traditionally known as a bastion of power football, has never seen anything quite like Minnesota's "Air Wacker" offense....…

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…I:CS""V:.1 i" FrNaf"Y.L /YIIV . INT ,;I lD u.YPI".Zn(9ur"II fw at Cr * ~Miclii~an ~ Ac' ._ --- rll; i F!77 rr!aay, Jr- Lt:lillXf -it ZM4 .. 71w Is _ a mpl-- ..qqmp w- Badgers need Moss, Fletcher running past others for repeat title .. .,.r.. .- When Barry Alvarez took over the Wisconsin football program in 1990, the program was in shambles. His predecessor, Don Morton, led the Badgers to a dismal 4-33 mark during his three-year tenu...…

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… 6 - The _gan Daily - Kickoff 94-Friday, September 9,191 -- 0 The Michigan Daily - Ki Play speaks loudly for efficient Collins Fighting illini boast nation's bes On most teams the quarterback gets the most attention. He is the star. He gets theglory. Alookatalistof Heisman Trophy winners proves that the quarter- back dominates the limelight. However, quarterbacks at Michi- gan often take a backseat to other offensive stars. Ron Johnson ...…

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…22 -he Michigan Daily -- Ki if '94 - Friday, Septemb b.,1994 w *' 'he Michigan Da , More experienced Nittany Lions ready for second year, Joe Paterno, whose accomplish- 5-foot-10 and 212 pounds, strong two touchdowns in the 31-13 victory Gelzheiser, the latest product from theIArbor, ments as Penn State's football coach enough to bull up the middle. When he over the Volunteers.That was asignifi- Penn State linebacker factory. O .Ar are al...…

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… S S 8- The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 9, 1994 "' a 0- Tie Mchigah I- Jdilj -: kii Offensive problems will continue New quarterback creates uncertainty for Hawkeye attack as Fry ente & IIL olve ne Fitness Center The Iowa Hawkeyes were in an unusual position the past two years: they were bad. In 1992 Hayden Fry's club needed a win over lowly Minne- sota in the final game of the season to ensure its 11th bowl bid in twelve sea...…

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…Ask --.qwr-- -4w,-- -4W- w w -. w w Offensive line strength lies in players' unity V- Returning starters in bold 20 Deollo Anderson 35 Chuck Winters 31 Earnest Sanders 17 Clarence Thompson 24 Brent Blackwell 21 Steve King 37 Jarrett Irons 36 Steve Morrison 44 Rob Swett 95 Bobby Powers 71 Jeff Springer 52 George Howell 91 Matt Dyson* 79 Tony Henderson 8 Trevor Pryce 59 Kerwin Waldroup 94 Jason Horn 53 Ben Huff 5 Mike Elston 96 Will ...…

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…x-18- TEMichigan Daily - Kicko 4 - Friday, September 9, 4 0 0 0 Th Michigan Daily - Powlus, Taylor suadhin If you mind what the pundits say of - Ron Powlus, Notre Dame's redshirt freshman quarterback, you mightthink he was sent down to South Bend by Touchdown Jesus himself. ;U tr If you listen to Irish coach Lou Holtz, you may believehe comes from - a place perhaps even more legendary. "We did not go to Krypton to re- cruit him," Holtz say...…

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… 'l The cga Uaily - Kickoff -riay, beptember , '% -a A- 0 The Michiga'n baily Law enforces 'no fly' rule in Blue secondary When Boston College quarterback Mark Hartsell took the first snap in Saturday's game, the Michigan sec- ondary was prepared to make a strong statement that would carry it through the season. But Eagle split end Greg Grice hauled in Hartsell's pass at the Michi- gan 25 yard line over the outstretched hands of fr...…

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…Th ichigan Daily. -, Kicko k -- Friday, Sep em er 9, X74 ~~8-Th~~ichganDail Kikofq. -Fridy, eptenbe Thdichga74a0l 0_ ThlicllYigan' Daily Don't let this man scare you By RACHEL BACHMANI M att Dyson's Crazy} fft'x Bunny is wrapped up fSv {xi'<f.frf4r tght. It sits in his apatment stuffedbo straight ahead, head cocked unnaturally to one side-- waiting to become the i topic of conversation. "I found this belt-like thing and I} strapped it arou...…

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