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September 10, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 123) • Page Image 1

…'ews: 76-DAILY cfiertising: 764-3554 i ss4 A y Janet Adamy Daily Statf Reportcr Like most University students, Engineering senior Kimberly Stec is getting excited fr a big competition this Saturday. t instead of grabbing a stadium blanket and thro wing on a Wolverine T-shirt, Stec will slip into an evening gown to prepare for an event she's been waiting for since 1994 - the Miss America Pageant. The winner of this June's Miss Michigan Pageant,...…

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…2 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 10, 1997 srael issues new securitydemands NATION/WORLD JERUSALEM (AP) -- On the eve of Secretary of State Madeleine Albright's attempt to rescue Mideast peace, Israel raised the stakes yesterday with new security demands it says Palestinians must fulfill before they will be given any more West Bank land. Palestinians, in turn, accused Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of trying to blackmail them...…

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…LOCAL/STATE The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 10, 1997-- 3 VMI adjusts to new admissions policies fter ending its 158-year-old all- 'W tradition, the Virginia Military Institute has spent the past month talk- ing about its success of adding women to the school. The female "rats" have had their hair buzzed and the upper- classmen have had no problem with hazing them as they would their male counterparts. Among this fall's incoming cla...…

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…4 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 10, 1997 c lte firtIctiu t tti1 420 Maynard Street Ann Arbor, MI 48109 Edited and managed by students at thek University of Michigan JOSH WHITE Editor in Chief ERIN MARSH Editorial Page Editor Unless otherwise noted, unsigned editorials reflect the opinion of the majority of the Daily s editorial board. All other articles, letters and cartoons do not necessarily reflect the opinion of The Michi...…

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… LoCAL/STATE .Archer easily wins mayoral .primary DETROIT (AP) - Mayor Dennis Archer overwhelmingly won the right to advance to the general election, far outdistancing the second qualifier in yesterday's non-partisan primary. With 84 of the city's 794 precincts reporting, or 11 percent, the first-term mayor had 85 percent. State Rep. Ed Vaughn ran a distant see- nd with 13 percent and meat packer Rosa armendia claimed 2 percent. Their totals ...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 10, 1997 - 7 The Washington Post WASHINGTON - The Federal Trade Commission announced plans yesterday to 0evamp its long-criticized system for measur- g tar and nicotine in cigarettes to reflect the ways that people smoke. Even though the new system - which would provide a range of nicotine and tar delivery per cigarette - would give smokers a better idea of what they're getting, the com- mission also ...…

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…8 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 10, 1997 LOCAL/STATE EXPERIENCE Continued from Page 1 es. This was our first great lesson: Civilizations are varied and unique. They evolve over time to precisely meet the demands of their environment. No matter how educated you are, there is always something to be learned from unexpected sources. We had a lot to learn. Our project was to build 28 rural, elementary schools with accompanying hous...…

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… mJbe 5tcfID iau Say anything Take advantage of Wide Open Mic tonight at the Gypsy Cafe. Singers, poets, comedians and musicians are all welcome. So if you want to be heard, then hurry down to the Gypsy Cafe for an audience who wants to listen. Festivities begin at 9 p.m. Located on 214 N. 4th Ave. Free. Join the fun! Wednesday September 10, 1997 9 'Star' shines bright First-time director Arteta puts memorable cinematic experience on the ...…

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…10 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 10, 1997 Snobby 'Mourner' is desi1 By Michael Zilberman Daily Arts Writer "The Designated Mourner" is one of those minuscule, deliberately anti-cine- matic movies that Wallace Shawn, Tom Noonan and the rest of the NYC theatri- cal elite periodically bother to produce; these films serve primarily as acting showcases for their cast and attention- span exercises for the rest of us. "Mourner," a R B...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 10, 1997 - 11 Rose is reggae: 'Wicked' superstar jams tonight at Blind Pig By Curtis Zimmermann For the Daily Michael Rose, former lead singer/songwriter for the legendary reggae band Black Uhuru comes to the Blind Pig in Ann Arbor tonight. He is tour- ing in promotion of his recently released album "Dance Wicked." Sse's career has spanned nearly two decades a hd has scored numerous reggae hits in Jam...…

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…12 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 10, 1997 Spielberg The Associated Press NEW YORK - The dinosaurs of "The Lost World" carried Steven Spielberg to the top of Forbes maga- zine's list of the 40 best-paid entertain- ers - and lifted the story's author, Michael Crichton, to No. 4, the highest any writer has reached. Spielberg earned $313 million in 1996-97 for directing and producing the sequel to "Jurassic Park" and from related me...…

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… Ur tcW#9jiB 1ii scores- MAJOR LEAGUE Seattle 4, BASEBALL KANSAS CITY 3 DETROIT 4 . CHICAGO (AL) 4, Texas 0 Milwaukee 1 Ap A.* New York Yankees 8, BOSTON 6 Baltimore 9, CLEVELAND 3 TORONTO 2, Anaheim 0 Oakland 5 , MINNESOTA 1 Philadelphia 1 New York Mets 0 MONTREAL 5, Pittsburgh 4 CINCINNATI 5, Chicago (NL) 2 Atlanta at LOS ANGELES, Inc. Florida at SAN DIEGO, inc. St. Louis at SAN FRANCISCO, inc. Houston at Colorado, inc. Wednesday Septe...…

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…14- The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 10, 1997 Mendoza leads 'M' way she sets- witi By Tracy Sandler other athletes is her hunge Daily Sports Writer a hunger to be the best. Fo One can be sure of very few things in life. For the her sport of choice, the te Michigan volleyball team, one of those things - actu- the individual. ally, one of those people - is senior setter Linnea "I think a lot of athlet Mendoza. want to be great," Giov S...…

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…The Michigan Daily -- Wednesday, September 10, 1997 - 15 Get AT&T One Rate. FREE. '. N . And don't worry about the time or the d istance. Is, If you live off campus, choose AT&T Long Distance and sign up for AT&T One Rate. Free. You'll also get a free one-year membership to Student Advantage┬«-the largest student discount program ever. . AT&T One Rate: only 150 a minute on calls from home-to anybody, anytime, anywhere in the U.S. ...…

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…16 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 10, 1997 DPS warns that tickets may be fraudulent Pistons forward visits Domino's GRIESE Continued from Page 13 -0 As No. 14 Michigan prepares for its season opener against No. 8 Colorado, the university's Department of Public Safety is warning fans to be wary of counterfeit tickets from scalpers. "We had a significant problem with counterfeit tickets at the Michigan State game last fall," sa...…

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