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October 11, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 9) • Page Image 1

…9 1~ Cir rn One hundred Four years of editorial freedom Vo.CN. n S -11tb 11 199 0, 9 h a al r'U students ask for greater input in Diag renovations By CHASTITY PRATT For the Daily As students trudge through, under and ound the half-dozen construction sites that e the Diag, few stop to consider what the ace will look like when the dust settles. According to the University planner's of- the 20,000 students on Central Campus eryday make a...…

October 11, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 9) • Page Image 2

…2 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, October 11, 1994 ' IRAQ Continued from page 1 formally that "the instructions have already been issued and the troops are already on the move." But he declined to answer questions about specifics. Administration officials, though relieved over the Iraqi announcement, said it was too early to tell whether Iraq actually has begun withdrawing its troops, particularly since it was night in Iraq. One senior offici...…

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….NASA, T Funds to be used for the development of a 'digitized library' system for the Internet By AMY KLEIN For the Daily In the past three months, the Uni- versity has received more than $12.8 million in grants to develop and test a multimedia digital library. In September, the School of Infor- mation and Library Studies was awarded a four-year, $4 million grant by the National Science Foundation, the Advanced Research Projects Agency and the...…

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…4 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, October 11, 1994 Cie ¬£idi3un g&idg M MM AMAk 2 M AWAL M I I NOTABi LE:1361 QUOTBL1 I wr r zr Ir11 r r V \/. i l-1 Y ire ice. 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 editor...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, October 11, 1994 - 7 MIDTERMS tntinued from page 1 mMichigan's Democrats. The state House is evenly split, so any losses there would give control to the Repub- licans, who already hold a majority in the Senate. And Republican Gov. John Engler has increased his lead in the latest polls. Hurting Democrats would be the !st thing Clinton would want to do in ichigan's U.S. Senate race, the first open race in 18 years...…

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… RTS 'Wood' shows off brilliant Burton By SARAH STEWART Tim Burton's newest film, "Ed Wood," has an intriguing premise: make a movie about a moviemaker who's movies really stunk, but make this one really good. Or at least, better. (Martin Landau). Lugosi's luck when he refused the role of Fran- kenstein because it wasn't as sexy as his Dracula. Now he's left to rideon what's left of his Dracula fame, his addic- tion to morphine and eventua...…

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… The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, October 10, 1994 - 9 'Meat'y music for moshing By BRIAN A. GNATT After recording together for 14 years, being endorsed by Kurt Cobain and Dave Pirner, and jamming with shock jock Howard Stern, the Meat Puppets are finally getting the atten- tion they deserve. Their latest release (their first on a major label, Island), "Too High To Die," went gold last week, and they are presently headlin- ing a club tour acro...…

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…10 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, October 10, 1994 SE Michiganders Big Chief sets their own course with 'Platinum Jive' By MATT CARLSON In the late '60s, two wild young bands from Ann Arbor were creating quite a stir in the music industry with their raw sounds drenched with guitar distortion and angry shouts of admo- lar music emanating from Michigan (unless, of course, we want to con- sider The Romantics a rock jugger- naut). Big Chief is ...…

October 11, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 9) • Page Image 11

… Field Hockey vs. Ball State Today,noon Oosterbaan Fieldhouse S S Women's Soccer vs. Siena Heights Today, 6 p.m. Elbel Field FOOTBALL NOTEBOOK: Penn State rivalry reaches same level as Michigan State and Ohio State :: .:. : v . By RACHEL BACHMAN Daily Football Writer Even though a flake of snow has not fallen, people are talking about who will represent the Big Ten at the Rose Bowl on New Year's Day. That might have a little something to...…

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…12 -- The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, October 11, 1994 Stickers to take on No. 8 Ball State By MARC DILLER Daily Sports Writer One team - two personalities. No other description better de- fines this year's Michigan field hockey team, which has been more streaky than a drunk man in a trench coat. After having split their first four games, the Wolverines proceeded to win two on the road, lose four straight and then bounce back for two more home...…

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… The Michigan Daily -- Tuesday, October 11, 1994 -1 'Netters dominate the competition at Georgia Tech Classic :!ME COLEG By MARC LIGHTDALE For the Daily Mission accomplished. Under the Atlanta sun, the Michigan men's tennis team squared off against a plethora of tennis powerhouses from the ACC and SEC in an individual tournament. The Wolverines dominated the competition at the GeorgiaTech Fall Classic. "Based on the number of matches that w...…

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…14 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, October 11, 1994 Spikers to face nationally-ranked Irish squad Sophomore middle blocker Roush to have Wolverines looking up at By DAVID ROTHBART Daily Sports Writer 6-foot-5. That's the height of Notre Dame middle blocker Jenni- fer Rouse. The Michigan women's volley- ball team will be looking up at Rouse tonight at their match in South Bend. They will also have to crane their necks back at the Fighting Ir...…

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