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March 28, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 101) • Page Image 1

…eather onight: Chance of rain, ow around 34. omorrow: Clear and dry, igh around 25. ~t 'Elan tt ti One hundred five years of edi'tonialfreedom Thursday March 28, 1996 3 6"" vi ! Y14,AFA8 "'yv Y' 1Sl p. art, ry. +, " -: uH ' Ee^n "" e' "o N I k 'y(, " a The Michigan Daily E ", 11 9011 'A d!'N icers to e on BU Miohn Lerok D~aily Sports Editor The NCAA semifinals are nothing new for the Michigan hockey team. Four of the past five years, th...…

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…2A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, March 28, 1996 NATION/WORLD Continued from Page 1A theft of 8,700 copies yesterday's edition pf The Michigan Daily from campus. Candidates said that without the sched- ules printed in the Daily, students didn't know where and when they could vote. "There's no Dailys around so people don't where to vote," Tudisco said. The MSA Election Code restricts candidates from campaigning within 50 feet of voting tab...…

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…LOCAL/STATE The Michigan Daily - Thursday, March 28, 1996 -.3A t A t U study finds oor children tier hn rich Michigan children are too fat, and e poorer they are, the fatter, ac- cording to a University study released Monday of more than 36,000 stu- dents. Lead researcher Charles Kuntzleman blamed the weight problem on declin- ing opportunities for physical activity and the increasing lure oftelevision and s mputer games. Children at one ti...…

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…4A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, March 28, 1996 be diguan ?atig 420 Maynard Street Ann Arbor, MI 48109 Edited and managed by students at the University of Michigan RONNIE GLASSBERG Editor in Chief ADRIENNE JANNEY ZACHARY M. RAIMI Editorial Page Editors NorABLE QuOTABLE, 'We cheat. We give racial preference knowingly while we say that we do not.' - Prof Carl Cohen criticizing the University's affirmative action plans SHAKING THE TRE Mat...…

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…LOCAL/STATE r ~ 4~~'.'.'' ~ ~ r ? t4i x' S e< 4My y .: Mr =ye ,fm 5a ,aa d 4, r,.. I Y y O, f 1 ipl Ou9T. 44, ... 44.'. .44$ ~ ''s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .V f. N' ~ 4~c 4JS BIGGS/Daily4 Surprise Shry oetsadLenMoelredsore a h..n..o.uli.ibaylatngh.or..-l tryie Yestrda's hem wa "hts."AnnArbr Pbli liraris cndut sorytims onTueday an Wenesays The Michigan Daily - Thursday, March 28, 1996 -5A 1 I 3 " 06OCT, b lda4 1 ' O 40. \\Oov 0~ 4O N \ ...…

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…6a- The Michigan Daily - Thursday, March 28, 1996 2 SONY TV'S for sale 26 & 19" Call 995-5503. CABLE DESCRAMBLER kit $15, view all premium & pay per view channels. 913- 826., GROWING MUSHROOMS- Inexpensive, clear instructions on home cultivation. Money-back guarantee. Send $10 to GT, 672 Chappell Dr., Raleigh, NC 27606. SHOP THE INTERNET & save $$$. Famous label ladies spring blazer manufac- turer selling direct to you. Buy one at $35 or 2 ...…

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…The Michigan Daily ROOMS AVAILABLE for sublet in 6 GRADUATING SENIORS! Hotel mgmt. SUBJECTS NEEpED for cognitive ROMANTIC GETAWAY. Cozy log cabins. bedroom apt.- individually or whole unit. 5 FREE TRIPS & CASH!* positions avail. 313/665-5750. sychology, reaction time experiment, right- $54-$75 nightly. Includes outdoor hot tubs, min. to Union. Ldry., prkg., dwshr., disposal, Find out how hundreds of stu ents are GYMNASTICS, Swim and Tennis te...…

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…8A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, March 28, 1996 NATION/WORLD Dole continues tradition of Republican nominees who have paid their dues Newsday WASHINGTON - That's why they call it the Grand Old Party. The Republican tradition of giving the presi- ential nomination to the dues-paying front-run- ner has paid dividends for Sen. Bob Dole, (R- Kan.), who on his third try for the prize now claims his party's designation. "The keys were his m...…

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… Ux~fieAti~w Pfg Woman golfer grabs title Michigan's Katie Loy, a freshman on the women's golf team, won her first collegiate individual title Monday, shooting rounds of 76 and 78 for a total of 154. Loy led the Wolverines to a first-place finish at the Saluki Invitational at Southern Illinois. 11 Thursday March 28, 1996 9A - 1996 NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS - Wolverines look to take two Swimmers try to uepeat as champs By Doug Stevens Daily Spo...…

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…10A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, March 28, 1996 'M' baseball looks to sustain' win streak in home opener M1. By Will McCahill Daily Sports Writer Although three isn't always a lucky number in the game of baseball, maybe the third time will be a charm for Michigan's boys of summer. Well ...all right. So it isn't summer yet. Indeed, the weather is the reason the Wolverines' home opener has been postponed twice. Michigan (4-0 Big Ten, 5-...…

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…Men tum conferen By Sharat Raju ly Sports Writer It's pretty safe to say that the Michigan men's gymnastics team will be the under- dog going into this weekend's Big Ten championship meet at Columbus. So what else is new? The Big Ten is arguably the toughest conference in the nation. Host Ohio State is the top-ranked team in the country and has been for the entire season. Iowa (No. 3); Michigan State (No. 4), Penn State o. 6), Minnesota (No. 9...…

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…12A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, March 28, 1996 Swimmers shift to NCAA nindset By Susan Dann Daily Sports Writer It's sage wisdom that has been passed down for years in the world of team competitions: There is no 'I' in team. In swimming this year, the idea of putting the team before the individual has been questioned. The distractions of the U.S. Olym- pic Trials and other foreign qualify- ing meets have proved trying on the team concep...…

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….Rab' NATION/WORLD iniS "".'s" asassm Shows no *remorse TEL AVIV, Israel (AP) - Even as guards hauled him away to a life behind bars, convicted assassin Yigal Amir showed no remorse about gunning down Israel's prime minister. The 25-year-old former law student told the Tel Aviv court in his final statement yesterday that Yitzhak Rabin had to be killed because his efforts to ake peace by giving up land to the r abs were a calamity for the Jew...…

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…14A -The Michigan Daily - Thursday, March 28, 1996 NATION/WORLD Arabs call for end to Israel crackdown Los Angeles Times AMMAN, Jordan-Across the Arab world, anger is replacingthe initial sym- pathy for Israel after the wave of sui- cide bombings last month. Israeli Prime Minister Shimon Peres' tough crackdown in response to the bombings, closure of the West Bank, demolition of Palestinian houses and arrests of hundreds of people associ- ate...…

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…t3 brc £oibtgrn tg Michael Rosenberg Roses Are Read j orr -we dill Ygot Mo jbs oryou For all those students currently looking for a job, I have some words of advice. Please don't. It's not that you won't get a job. (You won't, but that's your problem.) It's not that I'm worried that you may get a job offer instead of me. (I have already given up trying to find a job, ing determined that if every unemployed person on the planet except for me i...…

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…2B - The Michigan Daily - u4ct. - Thursday, March 28, 1996 i 'I~efu pagel. Doog and Blair by Mark iltich 1I M ' M C a I f / i r " , j! t '1N IR F A I~ N 0 1996 Mark Ilich Wed~e.~~ 4staff Editors: Kari Jones and Elan A. Stavros Assistant Editor: Greg Parker (Dean's Clone) Staff, etc: Dean Bakopoulos (Greg's Clone), Melissa Rose Bernardo, Eugene Bowen, Christopher Corbett,: Brian Gnatt, Lise Harwin, Jen Petlinski, Heather Phar...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Wue4c, e. - Thursday, March 28, 1996- 3B Despite blood and gore, 'Seven' a polished horror classic DEAN BAKOPOULOS Sound and Fury J'omrAtler. Space to rezt This weekend I turned on the TV. First istake. Then I sat down on the couch. nd mistake. I was sucked in, stuck there in front the old picture box, my basest intellectual capacities and my lowest senses all stimulated in a fury of orgiastic fluffiness. And when you...…

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…4B - The Michigan Daily - Wets., eU. - Thursday, Marcn 28, 1996 II oo" Eazy's legacy remains, from Compton to NYC By Eugene Bowen Daily Arts Writer "It's still hard to believe. It's hard to believe from seeing him in that club to one month later, he's dying and dead from AIDS. " - Ice Cube Eleven thousand, five hundred and twenty-three days. A lot can happen in that time. A person can be born with a mnission to shake the "establishment," ...…

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…The Michigan Daily - #uce4e., 4e. - Thursday, March 28, 1996 - 58 Fellini film festival hits Michigan Theater Italian director's spirit lives on through restored films By Neal C. Carruth Daily Arts Writer The spirit of Federico Fellini has descended upon Ann Arbor in the form of a month long retrospective of the late director's fascinating and i- fluential work. The Michigan Theater is one of just a handful of venues in the country to screen...…

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…6B - The Michigan Daily - Wu o..4!, 4. -- Thursday, March 28, 1996 ,,,j,, . h: .. i# ' GRAPUATION PAGE .44~ Adam & Sb awn's GRADUATrIO N SALE over. 050/o ilwoice OR THE PRINCETON REVEWLSAT WhatMakes Us So Good? +0 Small classes ,0 Personal attention *0 Only real LSATs are used 0 Experienced teachers Courses begin May 6! Ask about our MEGA course beginning March 30... BOOK & SUPPLY Mon~-n. 90 am - 6:00 pm { Saurda 9:0 am - 5:00 pm Su ~...…

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…The Michigan Daily - WuesZ at. - ThursdayMarch 28, 1996- 7B Polonsky made it a year of 'musical firsts' By Heather Phares Daily Arts Writer "What do you think ofCeline Dion?" asks singer/songwriter Jonny Polonsky 0 the middle of a question-and-answer ssion that is supposed to focus on him and what makes him tick - but has drifted inexplicably to, er, French-Ca- nadian pop divas. But leave it to Polonsky to make even the most routine intervi...…

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…88 - The Michigan Daily - Iusree/- 4 - - Thursday, March 28, 1996 Soundtracks emerge separate from their companion fims By Oda A.natt Daily Music Editor Soundtracks are quite the potluck of nusic buying. Some turn into classic albums, like the '70s fave "Saturday Night Fever" soundtrack. Some break new artists, like Elton John's work for the film "Friends" and Lisa Loeb's "Stay" on the "Reality 'Bites" soundtrack. Some aren't quite as memo-...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Wu W , 4c. - Thursday, March 28, 1996 - 9 6o, 49P Musicians solve 'Mysteries of Life' Little-known band is a 'Secret' worth revealing is ageless e either cleaning up or resting up for a night eater has started the party early. The child- )ws there - one at 3 p.m. and one at :11 male vocalist Monifah and singer/rapper garnered a fair share of popularity with their '94 hit the recent release of their newest LP "We Go...…

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…10 - The Michigan Daily - WUe/dtt , . - Thursday, March 28, 1996 'Nice guy'Jay Leno is finally finishing firs By Jon Pettnski Daily Film Editor The kooky smile ... the loud, animated voice ... the friendly eyes ... and, oh, that chin. It almost just makes you want to give Jay Leno a huge bear-hug, doesn't it? Just turn on NBC any weekday night at 11:35 p.m. and you'll know what I'm talking about. No doubt about it -"The Tonight Show"host Len...…

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…The Michigan Daily - /eue4u., e4e. - Thursday, March 28, 1996- 11 A weekly listing of who's where, what's happening and why you need to be there . F IL M First-Run Films All Dogs Go To Heaven 2 "But not YOUR dog." Tell that to the kid you babysit for and watch him cry. At Briarwood: 1:00, 3:15, 5:10, 7:05; at Showcase: 12:30, 2:35, 4:45, 7:00. A Family Thing See last week's episode of Jerry Springer . At Showcase: 12:00, 2:30, 5:00, 7:30, 1...…

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…12B - The Michigan Daily - Wedse4 te. - Thursday, March 28, 1996 GUESS WHO 'S COMING TO DINNER? ach Tuesday night for more than 29 years, Mary and George M1Lindquist have opened their Ann Arbor home to the community, creating a family that goes beyond mere relations. - %Their hospitality and generosity include the long-standing tradition of leaving open an invitation to students and community members for a home-cooked meal once each week. Almo...…

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