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April 18, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 115) • Page Image 1

…44V t Ititt *rni Weather Tonight: Rain likely, low around 40' Tomorrow: Mostly cloudy, high around 60°. One hundred four years of editorial freedom Tuesday April 18, 1995 The Code: Coming Under Review Chair did not select - panelists randomly By Michelle Lee Thompson Daily Staff Reporter The six student jurors for a code nng earlier this year were not cho- at random, Judicial Adviser Mary Lou Antieau and the hearing panel chair admitted ...…

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…2 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, April 18, 1995 CASES Continued from page 12. The only open code case occurred in February: the case of Melanie Welch, an American culture doctoral student. Welch's neighbor in Northwood housing, Yaakov Lavie, jrought her up on charges of assault. Both Welch and Lavie agreed to an >pen hearing. Welch filed last week to appeal her case - only the third case to be ap- pealed in the code's two-year history. The r...…

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…A4006W The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, April 18, 1995 - 3 eNraP4 Door vandalized in Mosher-Jordan A resident of Mosher-Jordan resi- dence hall called DPS Saturday to eport several instances of vandalism ver the last few months. The student said someone "had been vandalizing his door over the last sev- eral months," reports say. "(Someone had been) ripping posters, putting shav- ing cream and detergent on the door and putting black marker on t...…

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…4 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, April 18, 1995 e , Cu Ygttn ttil JEAN TWENGE THE ERASABLE PEN 1 420 Maynard Ann Arbor, MI 48109 Edited and managed by students at the University of Michigan MICHAEL ROSENBERG Editor in Chief JULE BECKER JAmEs NASH Editorial Page Editors 'Geekgate' and the drive to succeed at all costs Unless otherwise noted, unsigned editorials reflect the opinion of a majority of the Daily's editorial board. All othe...…

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…Sec. of Agriculture speaks about farm bill, days at 'U' The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, April 18, 1995 - 5 By Zachary M. Raimi Daily Staff Reporter One of Dan Glickman's most vivid memories of his time at the Univer- sity was running across the Diag late at night at the insistence of his honor society. "They got us up in the middle of the night and we had to prance around half-naked on the Diag," he said. Glickman has come a long way since the...…

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…6- The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, April 18, 1995 THE FINAL AD: Today marks the end of my long-lived reign of classifieds. Thanks for all of the memories & migraines. If I may compare it all to a cup of coffee, it was un- doubtedly good to the last drop Best of luck, Cathy & Becky! I have the utmost confiden- ce in you. And remember: if you learn to love yor job, the sky's the limit... J.L. *WESTPARK - 2 BDRMS. Contemporised for Fall '95. New...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, April 18, 1995 --7 KATHY'S WORD PROCESSING * typing AREA MILLIONAIRE LOOKING for 5 NANNY NEEDED to care for 2 year old in SUMMER HELP NEEDED. Full-time cleri- * editing : Dissertations, papers, applications, entrepreneurs interested in making serious our home in North East Ann Arbor. 3-4 days/ cal & data entry positions avail. for May & transcription. 662-8977. money. Call 517/342-9753, 24 hours. week. Own car....…

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… Fun Factory Are you looking for something to do while celebrating the end of classes, tonight? Look no further than Rhode Island's Small Factory. With the bright, hooky indie-pop, the band has created quite a buzz in the right underground circles. Small Factory will be kicking out the jams twice today. First, they'll be playing an unplugged set at the Tap Room at 2 p.m. Later in the evening, they'll rock out Rick's at 8 p.m. Call 996-2747. P...…

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…10 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, April 18, 1995 World-renowned conductor takes a final bow .h. By Emily Lambert Daily Arts Writer It's easy to forget Gustav Meier's awesome reputation in the conduct- ing world, when speaking with him in his modest School of Music office. A conversation with Meier is casual and, given the time, you could sit and talk with him for hours. "You're inter- viewing Professor Meier?" asked one of his students envi...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, April 18, 1995 - 11 'The Priest' is an illuminating film By Joshua Rich Daily Arts Writer Abouthalfway into Antonia Bird's 105-minute drama "Priest," Father Greg Pilkington breaks down. Trapped in a life of faith, loyalty and obedience to the Catholic church, Father Greg finds himself amidst a swirling maelstrom of controversy. Priest Directed by Antonia Bird with LinusRoache and Tom Wilkinson At the Michigan The...…

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…2 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, April 18, 1995 Nixon's got his touring Mojo workin' now Iy Ted Watts >aily Arts Writer Some things are harder to explain ;an others. Like, what was there be- ore the big bang. How Silly Putty )icks up newsprint. And the sound of ,ojo Nixon and the Toadliquors. "I'm a particularly good example f why the genre thing doesn't work," MOJO NIXON Where: Blind Pig When: Tonight at 9:30 p.m. Tickets: $8 in advance The...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, April 18, 1995 - 13 'Dredd'ing the 'Waterworld:' A look at this summer's films By Alexandra Twin and Scott Plagenhoef Daily Arts Writers The summer film season is when the studios parade their big-budget, big-star, popcorn entertainment into the theaters to compete for your sum- mer vacation time and, more impor- tantly, your money. It is the season of unqualified flops, career-halting bombs, and, like last year...…

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…14 -The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, April 18, 1995 Faces still set the pace for rockers By Thomas Crowley Daily Arts Writer Once upon a time, long before Rod Stewart embarked on his jaunt down the road of decadence at a much swifter rate than contemporaries like kcond a Eric Clapton and Elton John, he sang for a rock 'n'. roll band called the Faces and to put it quite simply, they rocked. In 1969, Steve Marriott, singer and guitarist for the ...…

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… The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, April 18, 1995 - 15 -LET'TER8S Congress should not take action for Armenia To the Daily: As condemnable as any massacre is, I hope Congress does not take any extraordinary acknowledgement con- cerning the genocide of Armenians during World War I-era Turkey on my account. The Armenians were playing a nationalistic game and they lost. Un- fortunately, the same players are at it again, only this time it is the Arme...…

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…16 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, April 18, 1995 Readers misinterpret writer's meaning To the Daily: I am writing in reference to the letter co-authored by Ellen Oberwetter and Caroline Arnold that appeared in the Monday, March 27 edition of the Daily ("Level Playing Field still eludes us"). First off, I must concede an error that I made in my original letter to which they were referring ("Sexism by any other name is still sexism," 3/17/ 95)...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, April 18, 1995 - 17 LFER Elimination of pass/fail a good decision To the Daily: To argue that it is unfair that stu- dents be expected to exert themselves n "substandard" courses is to set low urms and strive for mediocrity. Stu- tents who are graded demand more, totonly for themselves butalso of their :nstructors. Abolishing the pass/fail aption for fourth-semester language zourses is neither aquick fix nor som...…

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…18 - The Michigan Daily -- Tuesday, April 18,_1995 LETTERS University's food prices cheat students To the Daily: It seems strange to me how the University has been effectively charg- ing first year students ridiculous prices for cafeteria food for so many years. The four plans offered to the students in the residence halls do not work to their advantage but rather to their disadvantage. The university encour- ages students to choose the "any...…

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…The Michigan Daily Tuesday, April 18, 1995 -19 Grape farmers deserve support: Join the boycott to the Daily: In support of the approximately ,00 farm workers employed in California's vineyards, and in protest aginst the hazardous and unjust liv- ing and working conditions to which ihey and their families are subjected, the United Farm Workers (UFW) latfuched a nationwide boycott of Californian grapes in 1984. We in Aianza, the Latina/o Studen...…

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…20 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, April 18, 1995 Videotape bolsters , Fung testimon Cin O.J. Simpson case A AP PHOTO Los Angeles Police Department criminalist Dennis Fung points yesterday to an area showing blood spots on an exhibit photo of O.J. Simpson's bronco. Lawyer calls Kaelin's book 'contradictory' Newsday LOS ANGELES - In a strong blow to defense claims that O.J. Simpson was framed by police, the prosecution yesterday used a vide...…

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….WO1tEtIAL Weaver named Player of the Week Michigan junior outfielder Scott Weaver was named Big Ten Player of the Week yesterday after hitting .631, collecting 12 hits and reaching base 19 times in the Wolverines' last six games. Weaver has hit safely in 11 straight Big Ten games and has four game-winning hits on the season. The Academic AllAmerican candidate has at least one hit in 77 of his last 100 games. His batting average for the last ...…

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…22 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, April 18, 1995 SISTERS Continued from page 21 A year later, Liz played 12-and- under tournaments while her sister played in the 10-and-under flight. The two travelled around the country together, but always played in separate age brackets. Sarah played in the same bracket as Jennifer Capriati, who began her professional tennis career at 13. *. * By the time Liz was a senior in high school and Sarah a fresh...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, April 18, 1995 - 23 'Blue waits for seeding Michigan women prepare for Big Ten tourney By Alan Goldenbach Daily Sports Writer Now the waiting game begins for the Michi- gan women's tennis team. The Wolverines will have to wait out an off- weekend Saturday and Sunday to see what seed hey will receive in the conference tournament :o be held April 27-30 in Champaign. It looks as if Michigan will be the No. 3 seed, ...…

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…24 -The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, April 18, 1995 Toni, Winkler to compete at NCAAs By Chris Murphy Daily Sports Writer Two gymnasts will representMichi- gan in the NCAA Men's Gymnastics Championships this weekend in Co- lumbus. The meet shall be the final competition for Michigan seniors Royce Toni and Brian Winkler. After a season of ups and downs, five Wolverines traveled to regionals at Penn State. Of those five, only two qualified for n...…

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