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March 24, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 96) • Page Image 1

…Jrle iY w 747141v i News: 76-DAILY Advertising: 764-0554 One hundred six years of editoriilfreedom Monday March 24, 1997 ..... y 'Blue Milwaukee-bound Students' Party sweeps race Blast tenses Mideas ttalks Los Angeles Times JEJUSALEM - Two days after a; deadly suicide bomb- ing, Israel demanded yesterday that the Palestinian Authority 9ck down on Islamic extremists who, carry out such attacks, but it did not formally suspend political ...…

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…2A - The Michigan Daily - Monday, March 24, 1997 NATION/WORLD MSA Continued from Page 1A three, be willing to compromise and be willing to work with many ideas." Rose and Mehta carried the Michigan Party to victory over Savic and her presi- dential running mate last year. "I'm going to work with Mike to ensure, to the best of my abilities, that he will be well-equipped to take over the job," Rose said. Nagrant said the assembly will work on...…

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…LOCAL/STATE The Michigan Daily - Monday, March 24, 1997 -3A 'U' students use Internet to help children A team of University graduate stu- dents is using the Internet to teach chil- dren a life-saving lesson. The students created a website that warns about the dangers of poisons. The site, which is open to the general public on the University's Internet Public Library, went online last Monday. While students from the School of .d ucation, Col...…

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… 4A - The Michigan Daily - Monday, March 24, 1997 cb libtijgu 7uIg 420 Maynard Street Ann Arbor, MI 48109 Edited and managed by students at the University of Michigan JosH WHITE, Editor in Chief ERIN MARSH Editorial Page Editor NOTABLE QUOTABLE 'There are many people who feel that Act Up hurt itself by so many of us going to work inside ... on the other hand, when you are given the chance to be heard a little better, it's hard to turn down...…

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… fI t guu Jilatig tales Listen to "Evening Voyages: Tunes and Tales." Need to take a break from those books? Relax to these folktales - appropriate for young and old alike. Take a soothing trip to the world of myths, legends and wonderful music. Join others at the Ann Arbor District Library at 343 S. Fifth Ave. Activities will begin at 7 p.m. Call 994-2345 for more information. Monday March 24, 1997 And the Oscar goes to ... A guide to ...…

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…8A - The Michigan Daily - Monday, March 24, 1997 German collection makes deep impressions at DIA exhibit By Anftha Chalamr Daily Arts Writer The Detroit Institute of Arts, or the DIA, is the 5th largest museum in the country. As one might expect, the museum's permanent collection is large; more than 90 percent remains same time, Expressionism was a rejec- tion of bourgeoisie ideals and values. German Expressionism celebrated the primitive a...…

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…Baseball splits with Purdue By Kevin Kasbrskl DailySports Writer If a tie is like kissing your sister, then splitting a series is probably ch the same. The Michigan baseball team post- ed a 2-2 record against Purdue this weekend in West Lafayette, on the opening weekend of Big Ten play. Yesterday, Michigan (2-2 Big Ten, 11-9 overall) squeaked out a 3-2 vic- tory despite being out-hit 10-7. Pete Martay (2-0) allowed one run in Tfive innings to ...…

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…2B - The Michigan Daily - SPORTSMonday - March 24, 1997 ~NBA Standings Eastern Conference Big Ten men's and women's gymnastics championships Western Conference -Atlantic Division 'Team W x-Miami 51 x-New York 49 Orlando 39 Washington 33 New Jersey 20 Philadelphia 18 " Boston 13 Central Division Team W -x-Chicago 59 x-Detroit 48 Atlanta 47 Charlotte 45 Cleveland 36 Indiana 31 .Milwaukee 28 Toronto 25 L 17 20 29 35 46 49 57 L 9 20 22 24 31 ...…

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…The Michigan Daily - SPORTSMonday - March 24, 1997 - 3B Respert Former Spartans hoops hero reflects on Michigan-Michigan State rivalry SORS 0da BARRY SOLLENBERGER Sollenberger in Paradise During his days at Michigan State, .Shawn Respert was one of the Big Ten's most accurate shooters and con- sistently ranked among the league s top scorers. He led the Spartans to consecutive 20-win seasons, includ- ing a 22-6 1994-95 campaign, in which S...…

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…4B - The Michigan Daily - SPORTSMonday - March 24, 1997 NCAA TOURNAMENT 'Cats nip Friars in overtime; Tar Heels roll over Cards BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) - Arizona, shaking off. a stunning Providence comeback that sent the game to overtime, defeated the Friars 96-92 yesterday in the NCAA Southeast Regional, sending coach Lute Olson's team to the Final Four for the second time in four seasons. Arizona (23-9), which also reached the Final Four in...…

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…HOCKEY The Michigan Daily - SPORTSMonday - March 24, 1997 - =5B Gophers' time yet to come As Andy Knudsen Daily Sports Writer GRAND RAPIDS - For years, hockey coach Red Berenson and his "Our time will come." Michigan team said, And last year that time came. Now that motto might belong to Minnesota coach Doug Woog and the Gophers. . Since winning the national championship in 1979, Minnesota has reached the semifinals eight 'es and has be...…

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…6B- The Michigan Daily - SPORTSMonday - March 24, 1997 'M' tankers finish 6th at Indy By Josh Kleinbaum Daily Sports Writer INDIANAPOLIS - While David slew Goliath, the Michigan women's swimming team was watching from the sideline. As expected, a Pac-10 powerhouse claimed the NCAA championship at IUPUI Natatorium - but it wasn't heavily-favored Stanford. Southern California upended the five-time defending champion on the strength of a thir...…

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…The Michigan Daily - SPORTSMonday - March 24, 1997 - 7B GYM NASTS Continued from Page IS ormance on the beam. Junior Heather Kabnick won her second career Big Ten vault title, with a 9.95, leading the Wolverines to a comfortable .425 lead over sec- ond-place Minnesota after the first apparatus. Michigan fared almost as well on the uneven bars, scoring a 49.3. Another veteran of Big Ten champi- onships success, sophomore Nikki tters, led the w...…

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…8B -The Michigan Daily - SPORTSMonday -- March 24, 1997 WRESTLING Despite one All-American, 'M' wrestlers struggle at NCAAs By Tracy Sandler Daily Sports Writer CEDAR FALLS, Iowa - All in all, it was a pretty tough weekend for the Michigan wrestling team. At NCAA championships at the Northern Iowa, the Wolverines were rep- resented by unseeded Chris Viola (118 pounds), No. 3 seed Bill Lacure (150 pounds), No. 3 seed Jeff Catrabone (167 pou...…

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