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November 29, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 39) • Page Image 1

…. fhe rmin One hundred four years of editorial freedom .. .. *rni :iorway votes no on European Union pact By KARIN WALLENSTEEN Special to the Daily Though far from home, North European University students have hotly debated and closely watched political discussions on membership in the European Union. A referendum held yesterday in Norway, rejected membership in the uropean Union. Earlier, both Fin- d and Sweden held national plebi- scites a...…

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…2 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, November 29, 1994 NORWAY Continued from page I But Norwegians have not experi- enced the severe economic problems that Sweden and Finland have faced in recentyears. Norway, by contrast, came through the Europe-wide recession in better shape than any other country. The result of the national referen- dum held in Sweden showed a small majority, 52 percent, favored joining the European Union. "I felt that this w...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, November 29, 1994 - 3 .Key Democratic state House leader, Jacobetti, dies at 74 LANSING (AP)-Rep. Dominic Jacobetti died yesterday, ending the 40-year career of an Upper Peninsula state lawmaker. The 74-year-old Negaunee Democrat chaired the House Appropriations Committee for 18 years until scandal forced him out of the post in 1993. But colleagues said they knew Jacobetti, who was overwhelmingly re-elected n N...…

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…4 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, November 29, 1994 hie r iLu7~i~ 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 'Let's lift the arms embargo. And let's at least let the Bosnians defend themselves.' - Republican Senator Bob Dole, on a solution to the current debacle in Bosnia VoUN6TIUK ES IKE. US WILL R TAINC...…

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… 's 'What Happened Was' the best film in five years Clay Walker If I Could Make a Living O iant Records Cheesy music is far from a lost art in country music, but Clay Walker has always had a talent for being cheesy without laying it on too thick. For a performer who has never been in the spotlight, his albums are usu- ally pretty solid, and "If I Could Make a Living" is no exception. The title track, co-written by Alan .Iackson and currentl...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, November 29, 1994 - 7 LAW SCHOOL Continued from page 1 and rigors of law school but he hopes his work will pay high dividends. "I'm hoping my efforts in law school will pay off, and I will find a very good paying job." A typical law school student stud- ies 35 to 40 hours a week, Shields estimated. "Law school is not an easy thing to go through. It is very com- petitive and very stressful." Third-year Law school ...…

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… Men's basketball vs. Arizona Tomorrow, 9 p.m. (ESPN) The Palace of Auburn Hills spo TS Women's basketball vs. Ihinois-Chicago Today, 6 p.m. Chicago The Michigan Daily Tuesday;Noember 29, 1994 Page 8 Wolverines smack High Five America with 95-83 loss Emotion is key to future success By RYAN WHITE Daily Basketball Writer With about three and a half minutes left in last night's exhibition against High Five America, Maurice Taylor gave the M...…

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