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October 17, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 13) • Page Image 1

…Aristide focuses on selecting pficials Los Angeles Times PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti - The flags still waved, the troops remained on the streets and crowds milled about the Presidential Palace yesterday, but President Jean-Bertrand Aristide spent his first full day back in Haiti out of sight, attending to the dull routine of governing. According to diplomats, Aristide advisers and Haitian political figures, his first task will be to name a new prime...…

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…2 - The Michigan Daily - Monday, October 17, 1994 HAITI Continued from page 1. day-to-day basis than the president, since he and his Cabinet set and ad- minister policy. If Aristide has selected someone from an original pool of six candi- dates, he has kept it a close secret, although many sources think it will be Smart Michele, a wealthy busi- nessman who has maintained links with the generally anti-Aristide in- dustrial sector.while strongl...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Monday, October 17, 1994 - 3 From paint brushes to cyberspace: Art School eyes future By FRANK C. LEE Daily Staff Reporter The School of Art is investigating the use of computer technology in the artistic, creative process. Jamie Sheridan, a graduate research fellow at the school, is one of a handful of researchers brought in to examine the possibilities. The days have long since passed when artists used only a paint pal...…

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…4 - The Michigan Daily - Monday, October 17, 1994 abe £idi~rn aai t~g 'I can't see what I'm doing. I'm just trying to sepa- rate 'em.' 420 Maynard Ann Arbor, 48109 Edited and managed by students at the University of Michigan Jessie Halladay Editor in Chief Samuel Goodstein Flint Wainess - The referee, commenting during the Michigan-Penn St. about the difficulty of separating two really big guys Editorial Page Editors Unless otherwise not...…

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… iRTS Believe the hype:'Pulp icoi os ls tuentin Tarantino deserves awards and praise for his explosive film By SCOTT PLAGENHOEF Load up on guns and bring your friends, "Pulp Fiction" has finally ar- rived. Following a summer of praise, hype and countless profiles on writer- director Quentin Tarantino, the film hit A Directed by Quentin Tarantino with John Travolta, Samuel L. Jackson, Bruce Willis and Uma Thurman. nential rise towards the ...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Monday, October 17, 1994 - 7 *'Rivers' doesn't entertain, looks pretty By SARAH STEWART "Where the Rivers Flow North" celebrates the beauty of film, but is likely to go unappreciated by those ho judge movies by entertainment value alone. "Rivers," directorJay Craven's first Directed by Jay Craven with Rip Torn, oo Tantoo Cardinal and Michael J. Fox. full-length film, is based upon the novel by Howard Mosher. It chronicl...…

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…8 - The Michigan Daily - Monday, October 17, 1994 " @@-y********* P*@r@Og @ I :, : The unique structure ofProject Community - the peer support, the structured learning activities, the theoretical inquiry, the process ofself-reflection and the real world experience - are some of the elements that helped provide a context for my Social Work education. These elements are what make experiential education so transformative. It changes peoples' ...…

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… Nhat was the last Big Ten team to go undereated and untied for the season? (Answer, page 2) AP Top 25 Athlete of the Week Women's Soccer Softball Field Hockey Volleyball Football Hockey Cross Country Basketball 2 2 2 2 3 3 4-5 6 7 9 Nittany Lions reign in Blue kingdom Penn State damages'M' Rose Bowl hopes, 31-24 By BRETT FORREST Daily Football Writer In the end, Michigan died by the sword. On fourth-and-one from the Penn State 41-yard lin...…

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…2 - The Michigan Daily - SPORTSMonday - Monday, October 17, 1994 Here is how the top 25 teams in college football fared this week- end. First place votes are in parentheses. thlete f he ee WHO: Deanna Arnill TEAM: Women's Cross Country HOMETOWN: Elora, Ont. YEAR: Freshman ELIGIBILITY: Freshman Wolverine hitters tune up in fall tournament By SARAH DeMAR For the Daily We root, root, rooted for the home team. They did win, so it wasn't a sha...…

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…The Michigan Daily - SPORTSMonday - Monday, October 17, 1994-3 0 u Blue stickers shock No. 6 Buckeyes Wolverines topple Ohio State, 4-3, before falling to Lady Lions, 5-1 By JENNIFER DUBERSTEIN ~~~~~~~~.. . ~- Daily Sports Wniter 7~.~~ ; Revenge was the operative word or the weekend. Everyone wanted to ~venge their early season conference losses -'and avenge they did. Having already lost to Ohio State earlier in the season and having beate...…

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…4- The Michigan Daily - SPORTSMonday - Monday, October 17, 1994 Madden on-the-puck P Wolverine contributes two goals, physical presence By BARRY SOLLENBERGER Daily Hockey Writer Even though official practice started just two weeks ago, John Madden has already found some- thing that eluded him all of last season - consistency. "I couldn't find a groove for much of last year," the sophomore said. "I was struggling in school and kind of homesick...…

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…The Michigan Daily - SPORTSMnday - Monday, October 17 1994 - 5 *Cross country squads enjoy successful weekend at home Women harriers defeat Stanford to win lone home meet of '94 season # ..ta iIo as s s By DANIELLE RUMORE and DAN McKENZIE Daily Sports Writers For the first time this season, the Michigan women's cross country team did not have to deal with the pressure of being the highest-ranked team coming into a meet. Instead, it was No. 4 ...…

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…6 - The Michigan Daily - SPORTSMonday - Monday, October 17, 1994 P E e .; yea. : .>: fti... ..- ,. .. , 11 :.8 y S T A T E 3r GAME STATISTICS First quarter downs BI Penn State's quick start underminds WolvA PASSING Player Collins Tot. C-A Yds TD 20-32231 3 20-32 231 3 nt 0 0 RUSHING Player Carter Engram Archie Witman Milne Collins Totals Aft Yds Avg Lg 26 165 6.3 26 1 29 29 29 4 16 4 7 4 14 3.5 11 3 6 2 3 4(-)17(-)4.3 2 42 2...…

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…The Michigan Daily -- SPORTSMonday - Monday, October_17, 1994 - 7 x e drive A' efforts higan did not have troubles in its drive, quickly moving from its r-yard line to the Lions' nine on the ition of quarterback Todd Collins >mer. The two hooked up on three ions for 63 yards. But as has beenj dency, the Wolverines could not nd zone once inside the 20-yard this situation they did not score Remy Hamilton hit the left upright 6-yard field goal ...…

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…8-The Michigan Daily -SPORTSMonday -Monday, October 17, 1994 *egauatesZ5are1cordially invited to atten d an inormatioi fi;4T r'Nd+F ~~~^..V pp . ' ixy.,< t FV r i ¢ va se. %4) . rsesion on careeri . .9 trwa. pportunities., 'q>,}, /iG4tY .%<,a fy 4' 'w i'C; ......................................................................................................................................................... rmx" T, ~. 2Zsa' : 4r. * ri }} w ,!...…

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… Wwalk-ons strut Wolvernes sci By SCOTT BURTON slamming Daily Basketball Writer Makhtar Amidst the slam-dunking, freestyle But it ing and bombs-away shooting fea- pure and redin Saturday night's Michigan bas- the finals *detball tip-off came a story of a smaller Ward all rhagnitude - quite literally. King ran Mickey Zitzmann - a 5-foot 6- a foot in f ihch freshman guard trying to make delivered the Wolverines as a walk-on - cre- "They aked a n...…

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…10- The Michigan Daily - SPORTSMonday - Monday, October 17, 1994 SULLIVAN Continued from page 1 Benner said. "As soon as I saw him, though, I could see that he was dedi- cated and serious. Throughout high school, he always wanted to achieve more." Kevin's illustrious high school ca- reer included numerous Canadian Jun- ior titles. His crowning achievements before heading for college included his record-setting mile as well as partici- pation...…

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