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September 28, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 133) • Page Image 1

…-1 ite f*6F 1 1 ml ti One hundred three years of editorial freedom N PER GĀ£Ombudsman dismissed after 13 years at 'U' In 1971, Perigo became By RONNIE GLASSBERG Daily Staff Reporter For 13 years, Donald Perigo has worked to solve students' problems within the University bureaucracy as ombudsman. Now, he has a problem of his own. In August, Perigo was told that his contract, which ends Dec. 31, would not be renewed. "I was stunned," said El...…

September 28, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 133) • Page Image 2

…2 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 28, 1994 OMBUDSMAN continued from page 1 don't quite fit with that philosophy ;anymore," Perigo said. "I think the division of Student Affairs feels that they have a number of people trying to fix problems for students." Royster Harper, dean of students, said she wants to align the approaches of the ombudsman's office with the priorities of her office. "What we have talked about is Jooking more cl...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 28. 1994 - 3 .Resurgent dragon will lead world economy, China reporter tells group By NIDHI AGRAWAL For the Daily Amid cruelty, evil and corruption, Nicholas Kristof, former Beijing bu- reau chief for The New York Times, is cautiously optimistic. "You canneverbe sure with China. China may massacre students again, *but by and large, the trend is towards a more open system," he said. Kristof spoke bef...…

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…4 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 28, 1994 ~fle Ā£iIbtgigtnaitu 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 Unless otherwise noted, unsigned editorials reflect the opinion of a majority of the Daily's editorial board. All other articles, letters, and cartoons do not necessarily reflect the opinio...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 28, 1994 - 5 .'U' students beamed into new Trek club By JOHN LOMBARD For the Daily With phasers on stun, one of the University's newest clubs is traveling at warp speed and boldly going where no club has gone before. ClaireBranch, an LSA sophomore, is co-founder of The Continuum, the University's Star Trek fan club dedi- cated to the space-age science-fiction series. Branch and "Fleet Captain" Sarah W...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 28, 1994 - 7 .Congress rips Clinton on Haiti But president won't face deadline on withdrawal of troops The Washington Post that they w: WASHINGTON - The Clinton tory pullou administration urged Congress yes- "We're terday not to set a specific date for lems," said ending the U.S. military operation in Robert Do Haiti, and despite a chilly reception Sen. Ch appeared to have enough support to chair of ...…

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… Is 0 'Monster' of a release By TOM ERLEWINE For several years now, R.E.M. has been promising that their next record would be a "rock" record and that they would tour. Now, a full five years after their last tour and a good six years since they have recorded any music that was driven by electric guitars, the band has released "Monster," a record that is drenched with distortion and filled with pulsating rhythms. In short, it rocks. But not...…

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…'Erotique' produces too many laughs, not enough steam By SARAH STEWART The explicit sex present in film tends to fall into one of three categories: 1) the plot Erotique Directed by Lizzie Borden, Monika Truet and Clara Law; with Kamala D Lopez-Dawson and Tim Lounibos. revolves around a pivotal sex scene, 2) the sex scenes serve to distract from the weak plot, or 3) any semblance of a plot is sacri- ficed for the sake of unadulterated sex. "...…

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… Men's Soccer vs. Schoolcraft Today, 5 p.m. Mitchell Field Si S Volleyball vs. Illinois Friday, 7 p.m. Cliff Keen Arena Youthful Hawkeyes, next for 'M' QB Driscoll and offense turnover-prone; Run defense lacking By CHAD A. SAFRAN Daily Football Writer Ah, the innocence of youth - no worries, no cares, just lots of energy to enjoy life. Coach Hayden Fry wished the Iowa football team had a little bit less inex- perience and more victories. ...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 28, 1994 - 11 *Nebraska's Frazier out with Sblood c1ot LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) - With Nebraska's Tommie Frazier still hos- pitalized, coach Tom Osborne was hopeful Tuesday that his second- ranked Cornhuskers would not lose their quarterback for the remainder of the season. Frazier was undergoing treatment todissolve a blood clot behind his right knee. The junior quarterback probably would remain in Bryan H...…

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…12 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 28, 1994 Men's soccer . earnng respect By JOHN LEROI For the Daily Only one game after deciding that it won't be intimidated by varsity programs, the Michigan men's soccer team has earned some respect of its own. After a strong showing Sunday in a 3-0 loss to Division 115 No. 10 Wisconsin-Parkside, who has finished in the top twenty for nine consecutive years, the Wolverines defeated Macomb Com...…

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