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September 19, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 132) • Page Image 1

…Weather Tonight: Mostly clear, low in the upper 40s. Tomorrow: Partly cloudy, low around 400. Highs in the 70s. 1£,, 'trw Irni One hundredfive years ofediltori freedom Thursday September 19, 1996 N ... ..., ,: 4 rv: r ,.: ; ,.; :, ' . , R:3 .'' ., N:ru z . ,'i : ' £ : ; .. ' C > . . , ; ' n , ::: z .,...::< ,, ., . k ,,. ?: ,'v"7 .. n" Ca.. .,,. ' y a T Fd.. n v:^'3 ke Fc a ,._ z .. r-h ....... n < ."£ s, ., .: ,o, ....,.: ...,<.,.w '. r....…

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…2A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 19, 1996 NATION/WORLD octors: eukemia killed ~A~new Baltimore Sun , ALTIMORE - Former Vice resident Spiro Agnew's death was .caused by acute leukemia, a cancer af°the blood and blood-making organs that apparently went undiag- ;nosed until the end, his doctors said yesterday. Agnew died Tuesday evening after 'being rushed to a hospital in Berlin, a few miles west of his vacation home in Ocean City...…

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… LOCAL/STATE The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 19, 1996 - 3A Kids able to Regent candidate urges student activism, pride measure earthquakes Teachers and students can now mon- itor the location and intensity of earth- quakes with the same real-time seismo- logical data used by scientists. ' Teachers from elementary, middle and high schools can either purchase a ssmall seismometer for use in the class- room, or access data from the -...…

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…4A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 19, 1996 arhje S dc i grn &ilu 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 of the majority of the Dailys editorial hoard. All other articles, letters and cartoons do not necessarily reflec...…

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…L 1 NATION/WORLD The Michigan Daily -Thursday, September 19, 1996"- 5A M4ore companies testing for drug use t Washington Post WASHINGTON - The sign taped to the front window of the Home Depot in suburban Alexandria, Va., delivers a warding to job-seekers. "We test all applicants for illegal drugs," the plac- ard reads in bold orange letters. "If you use drugs, don't bother to apply." Home Depot tests every one of its more than 90,000 empl...…

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…6A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 19, 1996 STUDYING GOT YOU DOWN? We'll spruce you up! Live free at Spruce Knob. fmall pets welcome! Call today for info. 971- H333. HERITGEHUSAPTS. I ICYCLES. Good condition. $25 and up. 475-3238. CONDO FOR SALE by owner. Tower plaza. I bdrm., 11th floor, 99k, prkg., 24 hr. doorman. I dryer. 800/805-2316. PARKING HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE - CHEAP! Chairs, end tables, bench, etc... 665-0190. automotive ...…

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… ~C.ampaign The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 19, 1996 - 7A . Dole criticizes films for glorifying heroin abuse jie Washington Post EST HILLS, Calif. - Bob Dole, who is making teen drug use a defining issue of his campaign, scolded the entertainment industry yesterday for glorifying heroin and slammed President Clinton for showing "moral confusion" on drug issues. In his third trip to Los Angeles to attack the purported moral failur...…

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…8A -- The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 19, 1996 NATION/WORLD FRAUD Continued from Page 1A (v nation)."' 1 Special Agent Greg Stajkal, who works in the department's Ann Arbor office, said he is "aware of the case in the registrar's office,' but he,would not confirm whether the FBI is inves- tigating the case. Lowenstein said the case probably involved multiple state and federal violations of criminal and mail fraud. ,."There are speci...…

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…The Michigan Daily -- Thursday, September 19, 1996 --- 9A NATION/WORLD- 4 ~ 'Baltimore drug dealers use ground meat i*n trafficking -the Baltimore Sun. BALTIMORE - A raw scene: On a dark ~summer night in Curtis Bay, a 1994 Nissan pick- ~up truck with a large cooler in back moves slow- ly down Pennington Avenue and turns left onto . Cypress Street. 'A line of a half a dozen drug users -- women and men -- forms. + One by one, they deposit ...…

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…10A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 19, 1996 U.S. asks Kurdish warlord for policy aid NATION/WORLD Japanese charging quickly into debt -1 The Washington Post WASHINGTON - For the United States, Massoud Barzani committed the ultimate betrayal last month. The Kurdish warlord, with whom U.S. officials renewed high-level contact yesterday, sold out to Iraqi President Saddam Hussein after years and millions of dollars worth of Amer...…

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… G~b £d Emwnua I1 Scoreboard AMERICAN LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUE MILWAUKEE 2, Toronto 1 ATLANTA 6, Houston 2 Boston 4, DETROIT 0 COLORADO 6, Los Angeles 4 NEW YORK 3, Balitmore 2 San Diego 8, San Francisco 5 Cleveland at CHICAGO, inc. MONTREAL 4, New York 3 Minnesota at KANSAS CITY, inc. PITTSBURGH 5, Cincinnati 3 Oakland at CALIFORNIA, inc.. Florida at PHILADELPHIA, inc. Texas at SEATTLE, inc. Cticago at ST. LOUIS, inc. Home games in CAPS 11A ...…

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…12A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 19, 1996 AROUND THE IIKl CONFERENCE M Cardinalardnals among teams set to flock on Big Ten By Jason Katz Fdr the Daily Will Indiana stay perfect? Will John Cooper run up the score? . Will Michigan State be pumped or bummed? And, once again, the $10,000 question of the week: Will Illinois score a touchdown? Now to the games ... PITTSBURGH (1-2) AT OHIO STATE (1-0): Ohio State will undoubtedly be lo...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 19, 1996 - 13A .Von der Ahe paces Arizona State defense against 'Huskers TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) - Arizona State middle linebacker Scott Von der Ahe usually plays best in big gaies. the Sun Devils can only hope that is :te case Saturday night when they will try to avoid becoming top- nked Nebraska's 27th consecutive ctim. He has come up big in the past," ltnbackers coach Lyle Setencich soi4. "We need him to ...…

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…< Y , ; 14A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 19, 1996 'M' women's tennis faces top foes in opening tourney - 's5 . T rr } z -5 5; -' l t } i c i k 3l _ u N :s " y y : , - r _ 5 1 G N h f , 3 a 7 "-. n = " t tir t s l ate 'k s ;' s . E i rn 6 e - ............... my Uhl r _ 3 5 4 5 T - + Nam k 71 c ,1 a! c 41 "Ass By Nita Srivastava For the Daily Senior Sarah Cyganiak and junior Sora Moon will lead the Michigan women's tennis tea...…

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…-OB - e Michigan Daily Weeken Magazine - Thursday, eptember 19, 1996 U U 9 3 2 ,- Diamondback Saloon, Lone Star Steakhouse and Saloon kick back, offer country-style atmosphere By Jennifer Harvey Daily Staff Reporter Yee-haw. Country lovers often miss the legendary cowboy call when they come to Ann Arbor. But a few scat- tered havens offer opportunities to hear a good vee-haw," and even, don't faint. country music in Ann Arbor. [or tho...…

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… 0J 0 The Michigan DaWeekencA Mai Voted"AnnArbor's "Best Mexican Food, "' ' 3 194f..- " ' The Michigan Daily Readership Poll "Tex-Mex without quilt., a Cheerful bustling atmosphere ...healthrier versions of Tex-AMex dlassics.~ -Laa McReynolds. The Ann Abor New "A definite cut above... The Burro# menu is aimed directly at the Cash-consdious and health-minded." -Dave Marine,OrbitMagazne 619 E. William St (at State St.) 994-1888 M-Th 11-9:30 ...…

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…188 - e Michigan Daily Week d Maazine -Thursday, ptember 19, 1996 0 A weekly list of who's where, what's happening and why you 1S T ' need to be there ... The Michigan Daily WeekenI Mai Cover Story In-line skating offers fitness, tran thursda - MUSIC Karl Newhouse Ann Arbor's own singer-song- writer who will be playing tunes from her upcoming CD, "Playing Juliet." The Ark. 8 p.m. $8.75 at the door. Getaway Cruiser The newest band made up o...…

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…9 9 9 0 w 9jF The Michigan ta Veeke d Mag How TO BE TE THING ON TW * Bicycles with high handlebars, banana seats are new trend By Brian M. Kemp For the Daily During the last Beastie Boys show in the Detroit area, Mike D rode around the stage on a pimped-out, low-riding bicycle (complete with banana seat and super-high handle- bars), as one of his cohorts rhymed, "I ride around town on my low-rider bicycle." But to absolute style on ne...…

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…-16B The Michigan Daily Wee d Magazine -- Thursdayeptember 19,1996 9' 9 9S 9 The Michigan Dy Weekend Ma Cover Story Skateboarding flourishes while remaining illegal ® About Town Steve and Barry's relocates, creates world's largest 'M' clothing outlet By Kari Jones Daily Arts Writer Imagine a world where playing foot- ball was illegal. Millions of rebel kids would dart through back alleys, tossing around footballs while they ran from th...…

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… 6B - The Michigan Daily Weekend Magazine -Thursdayeptemr e9, 1996 v v 9JI 9 The Michigan Dal eekenrd Mag 'U' Prof. Delbanco and NPR's Cheuse to read at the Drum 'State of the Arts INDEPENDENCE DAY' CASHES IN ON AMERICA AT THE EXPENSE OF THE WORLD By Dean Bakopoulos Daily Books Editor Any serious reader of literature instinctively wants to know just how the writer pulls it off. Any audience at a literary event will eventually ask t...…

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…14B - The Michigan Daily Weekend Maga e - Thursday, September 19, 1996 0 O 0 The Michigan DailPVeeketfd' Maga2 3 Entertainment News Old man Eastwood expecting; Oasis announces its future [Community Feature Maize Maze craze comes to Dearborn Film d Clint Eastwood is a daddy-to-be! The 66-year- old actor and his wife Dina Ruiz, a California TV anchor are expecting their first ;child in January. Although it is Ruiz's first baby, Eastwoo...…

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… 8B - TheMichigan Daily Weekend Magazine - Thursday, September 19,1996 0 0 w The Michigan Daily Reekend Magaz "About Town Art and music 'space' moves to old Ark building By Elan A. Stavros Daily Weekend Editor There's a growing trend in big cities of combining different forms of enter- tainment, ranging from restaurants that have movie screens to coffeeshops that have poetry readings. Along those lines, a temporary "art exhibit/smar...…

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…12B - The Michigan Daily Weekend Magazine - Thursday, S'eptember 19,;1996 0 w V V 0 W, The Michigan Daily Weekend Maga Former 'Family Ties' actor stops in next door at Mainstreet ISound and Fury Do you know someo) Someone who does something or Jon Petfinski Daily Film Editor Marc Price is right about his audience. Come on down._ "Everyone always asks me,' 'We know you're Skippy from 'Family Ties,' but what could you possibly have to s...…

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…S 9 10B - The Michigan Daily Weeken Magazine - Thursday, September 19, 1996 7* 9 4p- The Michigan Daily ffeekena Magaz i 4L Pt 1t KT i+ 'Rommomw ' IFI ar f 4 I' r U - U pr- 401bo J w U) z: 4i x) U-i z W) W- X) U) ~.. C3 m) c- w: U)_ lockwise from top center: Guitarist Corey Harris adds his own style to traditional blues arrangements on Sunday afternoon, the final day of the festival.: Blues great Luther Allison ta...…

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