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January 16, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 53) • Page Image 1

…opi ti t1 Weather Tonight: Cloudy, light rain likely, low 36'. Tomorrow: Cloudy, light rain, high around 420. One hundredffive years ofeditorialfreedom Tuesday January 16, 1996 aIV ON 201, *" O Vw W oo,.006 4 x 3 ... e *'3 srv u:, i u crx .a t s~ x'. 4."r, y."'. u.~f ' r!'+5. 1 ^:ax a s ' 'S W 8 rn a ° r + ild I I First lady to appear at Borders pmorrow By Heather Miller D~aily StaffReporter Supporters are excited and honored that Hill...…

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…2A - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, January 16, 1995 CLINTON Continued from Page 1A a statement. ~3orders is expecting hundreds of people to attend the event. "I'm imagining it's going to be a very large crowd," said Dallas Moore, community relations coordinator for Borders. -"We've ordered a lot of books." For security precautions, fans will stand in line to wait to briefly speak to Clinton individually or in small groups. The public will not...…

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… locAt/sTKIS The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, January 16, 1996 - 3A U' student sues A2 over city attorney contract Woman robs ocal bank woman in her mid-20s walked the South Main Street branch of first of America Bank last Wednes- *ay and left with an undisclosed mount of money after saying that he had a gun. Ann Arbor Police Department re- orts said that a white woman, about 5 eet, 5 inches tall, weighing about 120 ounds, entered the bank at...…

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…4A - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, January 16, 1996 ~be £1b14wn iatI Maynard Street ~--2MICHAEL ROSENBERG rbor, MI 48109 Editor in Chief 420 Ann A rC. ,4 JAN TWENGETHE ERASABLE PEN The tough 4fe o an everworked and unerpal GEO member Edited and managed by <v ?fJULIE BECKER students at the JAMES M. NASH University of Michigan Editorial Page Editors Unless otherwise noted, unsigned editorials reflect the opinion of a majority of the Daily's...…

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…_ - tudents arch for equality y Katie Wang ai StaffReporter ey came with banners and signs. hey came with friends. They came undled up, and most importantly they ame ready to march. About 200 students braved the cold eather and gathered at the intersection f South University and South Forest venues for the annual Unity March ponsored by the Black Student Union. "I feel people before me marched so that can have an opportunity to be at a school...…

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…6 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, January 16, 1996 200 WATT SONY STEREO w/ 10 disc changer & Infinity speakers. $550. 995-6764. FOR SALE Beckman Ultra XL-70 Centrifuge w/Rotors (3), never been used, excel. cond. Still has transferable certificate for $5000 worth of free goods, $40,000. Be- ckman J2-M1 Centrifuge w/Rotors (3), used very little, great cond. $19,000. Cellex Op- ticell 5200, excellent cond., $10,000 or best offer. Contact Purchas...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, January 16, 1996 - Page 7 ANALYSTS/PROGRAMMERS Vector Research, Incorporated (VRI) seeks fI gtime, entry-level analysts and pwgrammers for a variety of positions. icimum qualifications include US ciitenship, a Bachelor's degree or higher, ant workng knowledge of basic PC word * ssor and spreadsheet tools. *,DATA ANALYST candidates should d onstrate skills and course work in quaitirative analysis, statistics, math...…

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… Million Man March viewed with King's legacy, impact By Jeff Eldridge Daily Staff Reporter Last year's Million Man March will go down in history as a landmark event of Afri- can American introspection and as aquest for increased self-determination. That was the resounding message presented by six panelists before an audience of 300 in yesterday's forum, "The Million Man March: Where Do We Go From Here?" Hanley Norment, president of the Mary- l...…

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…Film tells you what 'Black' is ,6. Cinema in honor of MIK Day. Acclaimed director Marion Riggs' last :': film, "Black is Blaygk Aint xplores the African American cultural ii~~ ~ ~ eperience. It is payng toighitt the Michigan Theater at 9:1. Page 9A Tuesday, January 16, 1996 Amazing Boys Choir I tnspires 'U' By Eugene Bowen Daily Arts Writer When they first marched on stage 41- strong and wearing matching gray trou- sers, blue blazers and re...…

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…10A - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, January 16, 1996 Ca ng'Balto' gets unleashed in theaters By Kate Brady Daily Arts Writer As movies go, Balto probably will not make your top 10 list this year. That is, unless you happen to be under the age of 8. Not many older folks will see it - unless they accompany a small child. Yet "Balto" does not fail to please its target audience: When I saw it, the theater, full of children, was almost silent. My...…

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…firtthi tt at1",6,tj Wolverines back on $rack a er earl oses EAST LANSING - All of a sudden there's reason to be excited if you're a Michigan basketball fan. And that certainly didn't seem possible a couple of weeks ago when 0 Wolverines finished their holiday ak with a couple of losses at UNLV and Wisconsin. The Runnin' Rebels had lost five in a row before stunning Michigan by a basket. The red-faced Wolverines didn't immediately recover. Th...…

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…2B - The Michigan Daily - SPORTSTuesday - Tuesday, January 16, 1996 _ __ Athlet-Departmentshould follow Unversity s attempt at dversity NATIONAL COLLEGE For 10 years now, America has celebrated the birthday of slain civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. The holiday to me is a reminder of progress. Not just previous progress, but progress that still needs to be made. As part of the University Sympo- sium yesterday at Hill Auditoriu...…

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…The Michigan Daily - SPORTSTuesday - Tuesday,_January 16, 1996 - 3B Wolverines remain winless in Big Ten after loss to Lions 9ARREN EVERSON Darren to be Different For Robert basketball in t the only thingto kamfm books ortunately for the Michigan women's basketball team, coach Trish Roberts doesn't read much of what Bobby Knight has to say. Roberts is an avid reader, someone who tries to learn from the authors she reads. However, nothing tho...…

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…4B - The Michigan Daily - SPORTSTuesday - Tuesday, January 16, 1996 3CKEY --- Michigan defense as Impressive By John Loroi Daily Sports Writer The crowd at Yost Ice Arena looked pretty clueless at 8:03 of the third period in the Wolverines' 9-3 win over Illinois- Chicago Friday night. That's because they had no idea how to react to an opponent actually scoring a goal. The Flames snapped Michigan's 126- minute streak without allowing a goal...…

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… BASKETBALL The Michigan Daily - SPORTSTuesday - Tuesday, January 16, 1996 - 5B 'M' finds home at State {i Cagers win fourth in five tries at B By Paul Barger Daily Sports Writer EAST LANSING - Winning on the road in the Big Ten is never easy. Winning on the road with a team made up of freshmen and sophomores is even more difficult. The young Wolverines quickly learned how difficult conference road victories are to come by after being ups...…

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…68- The Michigan Daily - SPORTSTuesday - Tuesday, January 16, 1996 M' tumblers take 5th stmight Blue/Gold Tankers trainover break in Colorado By Nancy Berger Daily Sports Writer The distinguished position of being captain of a sports team is an honor bestowed upon an athlete by their peers. One of the many obligations holding such a position is to be a role model for other teammates, especially tothose younger and less experienced. At the B...…

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…The Michigan Daily - SPORTSTuesday - Tuesday, January 16, 1996 - 7B PITTS Continued from Page 2B University added sports, cut others but basically, although difficult, found a way to do it. Will it take a similar act for the Ath- letic Department to make the same ad- justments towardtincluding more people of color in its front office? It's all right for the Wheatleys, Webbers and Howards to help rake in huge amounts of revenue for the Uni- ve...…

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…SB- The Michigan Daily - SPORTSTuesday - Tuesday, January 16, 1996 0.1 9 9 ' , tt r w SLAB OF CLAY It's 4 a.m. Gnumby®'s on TV. It remir a simpler time. Saturday cartoons big brother. You suddenly miss hl 4 call. He says, "You're my pony, pz V There ain't a dry eye in the house nds you of with your m. So you al Pokey." s '> 'z : C t L 0 0 Save The People You Call Up To 44%. / ' °. …

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