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April 23, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 119) • Page Image 1

…PC4*'E .La a ti leather Tonight: Mostly clear, low around 35% Tomorrow: Partly sunny, high near 60%. One hundredfive years of editorilfreedom Tuesday April 23, 1996 =IZZI CCHANGING OF THE GUARD " A SPECIAL SECTION Report details Matock scuffle President James Duderstadt has 69 days left as leader of the University. Though at times he has come un- der criticism from students, faculty members and even the Board of Re- gents, some colleag...…

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…-2A - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, April 23, 1996 NATION/WORLD 4~ATLOC K :ontinued from Page IA McClain said on Saturday that Uni- :versity officials were not sure at the ime whether the investigation had al- .ready begun. . "The consen- us of the group was that we There " could ask the po- lice to hold up," two of us McClain said aboutthe Feb.23 tn s lie meeting between agroup oftop ad- Iministrators. C' We thought we 'ould have set up in...…

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… LOCAL/STATE The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, April 23, 1996 - 3A 49g Student taken to hospital after ?sault Ann Arbor Police Department offic- ers blocked off Hill Street at the inter- section of Church Street and East Uni- versity Avenue early Friday morning after the driver of a car allegedly as- saulted a pedestrian. Officers cordoned off the area and stood by a large pool of blood in the eastbound lane of Hill Street, deterring traffic and...…

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…4A- The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, April 23, 1996 Ibe £tirbtgn gailg 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 Unless otherwise noted, unsigned editorials reflect the opinion ofthe majority of the Daily ' editorial board. All other articles, letters and cartoons do not necessarily reflect the opi...…

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… LETTERS TO THE EDITOR The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, Apnl 23, 1996 - 5A No 'ad hominem' 'attacks on the French TO THE DAILY: I read Brent McIntosh's column Confessions of a Francophobe" ,3/15/96) and could not believe The Michigan Daily would approve the printing of such a hateful slander., $Never mind that some University stu- dents (and Michigan Daily readers) are of French descent, or that French exchange students and visiting profes- sor...…

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…8A -The Michigan Daily -Tuesday, April 23, 1996 Iowa gmaduate students follow GE 0footsteps 1 U OF M'S SCHEMBECHLER HALL Maintenance/light cleaning. 5 Supervisory positions available April-August: evenings & weekends. General facility upkeep during camps & practices. Great summer jobt Inquire by callg Joe McGovem at 936- UNIVERSITY CATERING now hiring wait-staffl Early mornings/afternoons. Flexible hours/great money. Call Petey at 763-0352....…

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… LOCAL/STATE The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, April 23, 1996 - 9A ierors pause from fnl to network Alumni Association sponsors daylong session on careers By Ann Stewart Daily Staff Reporter Seniors enjoyed a special day of in- for ation, honors, and best of all, free m chies and mouse pads yesterday, at an event designed to get students to join the Alumni Association. Alumni Day for Seniors gave stu- dents a chance to talk to alums from clubs i...…

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… NATION/WORLD The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, April 23, 1996 -11A Militia's ranks are swelling nationwide Los Angeles Times PLAINFIELD, N.H.-It is five miles to State Highway 120, 15 miles to the county seat of Claremont, 50 to the state capital of Concord and 500 to the federal center of power in Washington. Inside Ed. Brown's two-story wood bin between the Green and White Wountains, there is a government of one. His. A year ago, Brown was k...…

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…12A - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, April 23, 1996 NATION/WORLD Navy scandals result in re-evaluation of academy Los Angeles Times ANNAPOLIS, Md. -April is a time of excitement here. The spring sun has brightened the gray-brown buildings on the U.S. Naval. News Analysis Academy campus, and the midship- men are eagerly getting ready for commissioning ceremonies next month. As it has for 150 years, the school is prepar- ing to send an- o...…

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… abe Ahdiu Dali Yl- "'ll , " The Detroit Red Wings take on the Winnipeg Jets today at 8:30 p.m. in Winnipeg, Manitoba. The Wings lead the NHL first round best-of-7 playoff series two games to one. The Jets took a 4-1 victory Sunday over Detroit in Winnipeg. The game will be televised on UPN 50. 11 Tuesday April 23, 1998 Das 0f Summer First-place Gophers await Michigan By Dan Stillman I4,,t Sports Writer The first-place Michigan softba...…

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…2B - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, April 23, 1996 Michigan men's netters look to '96 postseason By Richard Shin Daily Sports Writer The Michigan men's tennis team is looking forward to the end of the school year, but not for the obvious reasons. While it may be true that, like most students, the tennis players anticipate the end of classes, it is also true that the team is looking forward to the Big Ten championships which start April 25 and ...…

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…SOFTBALL The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, April 23, 1996 - 3B $uccess hinges on Griffin By Mark Snyder Daily Sports Writer With two weeks left in the Big Ten season, the Michigan softball team is in first place - finally. And it looks to stay there. The Wolverines have the components to lead the pack, and now the standings reflect the team that takes the field. Michigan's success starts on the mound as the Wolverines sport two aces. All-Ameri...…

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…4B - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, April 23, 1996 BASEBALL Continued from Page 1B Michigan, Steketee worked five in- nings and gave up only one run on two hits. Michigan will try to avenge last year+'s 10-8 loss to Western Michigan in Kalamazoo. Right fielder-second baseman Brent Sachs poses the Grizzlies' biggest threat to Steketee and the Michigan pitchers. Sachs is hitting .419 (54-129) with 31 runs and 17 multi-hit games. Wolverine catche...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, April 23, 1996 - 5B Badger laxers top Blue in Big Ten tourney By Pranay Reddy Daily Sports Writer The Michigan men's lacrosse club learned a very important lesson this past weekend in Madison. All good things must come to an end. R The Wolverines (4-2 Big Ten, 15-5 overall) fell short in their attempt to win an unprecedented seventh straight Big Ten championship by losing to Wiscon- sin, 12-7. The Badgers defeate...…

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… ft firwuym OWN Readings from 'Suspicious River' Local writer Laura Kasischke, who won a slew of Hopwood Awards while a student at the University, comes to Borders tonight to read from her . first novel, "Suspicious River." The reading starts at 7:30 and is free. AKuesday 6B April 23, 19969 Dancing toward fame Ska-punkers crash at State Theatre 'MST3K' breaks out of cult secrecy by Brian A. Gnatt Daily Music Editor With their upbeat pop-p...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, April 23, 1996 - 7B Velocity Girl picks up speed, heads into Ann Arbor's Blind Pig toy Brian A. Gnatt Daily Music Editor They met in college - four young, hard working students trying to get an education, playing some groovy tunes along the way at parties for extra money, etc. No, they're not Hootie and the Blowfish. I said groovy tunes. And well, there was a fifth person, but hey. It's the typical band-formatio...…

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…B - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, April 23, 1996 Animated shorts feature Park's wild creations By Jon Petlinski Daily Film Editor Wallace, a middle-aged British in- entor with a Wash 'n' Go Window Cleaning Service, smiles at us with his huge teeth, revealing an air of dumb- founded ignorance. And we're think- ing: Inspector Gadget, anyone? His clever dog Gromit sits some- where nearby, spending his quality time knitting, rolling his eyes at W...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, April 23, 1996 - 9B Morris updates 'Dido' Music acts unite at the Joe By Orft Grfuberg For the Daily There is a reason why Mark Morris is hailed as one of the most gifted and creative choreographers of our time. Saturday night's performance of"Dido and AEneas" proved his talents. Mark Morris's dances reverberate with wit, a rare sense of humor and not 'nly entertain the eyes but also the heart and soul. One of ...…

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…108 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, April 23, 1996 ADAMS Continued from Page 6B The Ensemble Modern has a kindred spirit in Edgard Varese, who, with Carlos Salzedo, founded the International Com- posers' Guild, a group dedicated to pre- senting the music of living composers, in 1921.Thegroup wiH perform "Octandre," a work that interweaves a polyphonic texture of melody lines played by eight instruments. Adams will also lead the group in two ...…

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…6 4 8 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, April 23, 1996 With close to 40,000 opinions on campus and the largest alumni base nationwide, the University tuned in to the community this year, collecting the views of students, faculty, staff and alumni on the next president. The 12th President One /zundredfive years of editorzal freedom Andre Adams of the Native American Student's Association offers input to the University Board of Regents at ...…

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… 2 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, April 23, 1996 4 AW -W -W v The M Duderstadt's legacy: A commitment to diversity The !)en THIS SUMMER, THE 12IN PRESIDENTIAL ADVI COMMITTEE WILL MEET ] THROUGH APPLICATIC CANDIDATES AND NARF POTENTIAL CONTENDER Mandate pushes minority enrollment up to 25% Few President James Duderstadt says that being a university president is like play- ing the role of a frontier sheriff. "You are like a sheri...…

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… A 6 -Michigan Daily -Tue#, April 23, 1996 THE INTERIM VISION t ! _ The Mic Daily- Tuesday, Ap53, 1996 -3 _T wr wr NTO THE 21 CENTURY i"""""" " ~ Neal prepares to step up into the presidency As Vice President for Research, elaborate on his other ideas. Iomer Neal is preparing to step into the Some projects,he said, will be geared ole of interim president with research toward short-term changes. ,fill at the forefront of his agenda. "He ...…

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…_____________ ~ -~ w -w - r # -- AML -T-tltf-TVTlk;T-nX r t 4 - The MichDaiiy - Tuesday, Apri 2#96 I genuinely any looking forward to July 1 witi no regrets. None at all. -Mt- A look back at 8 years of the presidency When President James Duderstadt walks away from the Fleming Administra tion Building on June 30, he will take with him 2,860 days as the leader of one of the world's most complex universities. But along with the much-lauded a...…

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