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October 23, 1997 (vol. 108, iss. 19) • Page Image 1

…COF4' "srn40 lews: 76-DAILY ~dvertising: 764-0554 One hundred seven years of editorialfreedom Thursday October 23,1997 UAL= Sig Eps to reorganze on campus by Margene Erikson aily Staff Reporter After being absent for three years, the iga Phi Epsilon fraternity is returning o*pus. Representatives from the fra- ernity's national office held an informa- ional meeting for prospective members 'esterday in the Michigan Union. The fraterni...…

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…- The Michigan Daily - Thursday, October 23, 1997 NATiON/WORLD Pol Pot admits to makrig mistakes h Washington Post TONG KONG - The elusive Pol 4,ho presided over Cambodia's fields of the late 1970s, has con- in his first interview in 18 years, notorious Khmer Rouge move- "made mistakes" during its brutal yJbut he declared, "My conscience ;" according to excerpts of the .nterview in the Far Eastern Economic review. Revjew correspondent Nate ...…

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…LOCAL/STATE The Michigan Daily - Thursday, October 23, 1997 --3A Experts educate smokers about lancer causes Smokers now can be educated by the state cigarette tax they are paying with the purchase of each pack. A computer program designed to educate users about minimizing the risks of developing cancer was devel- oped using $1 million of the revenue from the tax. The program provides information about different cancers as well as the ways i...…

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…4A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, October 23, 1997 ahbe idtcigrn jatilg 420 Maynard Street Ann Arbor, MI 48109 Edited and managed by students at the University of Michigan ,*,IN, 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 hoard. All oher articles, letters and cartoons do not necessarily reflect the opinion of The Mic...…

October 23, 1997 (vol. 108, iss. 19) • Page Image 5

… LOCAL/STATE The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, October 23, 1997 -5A Prof. speaks on the meaning of life and mank nd: By Heather Wiggin Daily Staff Reporter Who are we? Where are we? Where are we going? Prof. Donald Coffey began his pre- sentation, "Human Destiny," with these thought-provoking questions about mankind and its place in the world. Coffey is president of the American Association of Cancer Research and a professor of urology, oncol...…

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…6A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, October 23, 1997 CAT FOUND! Young striped male cat found on Hill St. near Church St. Call 997-9531 or 213-3589. ********PARKING!******** Fall '97 parkin available. On campus pa gSpecial rates! 665-8825. CABLE DESCRAMBLER KIT $14.95 view all premium & pay-per-view channels. 1-800-752-1389. 93 MAZDA PROTEGE LX. 5 spd., 65K mi., power window/lock. AC, sunroof, tilt, AM/Mass. $6700/best. 484-1927 Art. 93 SUBU...…

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…CA LSTATEThe Michigan Daily - Thrusday, October 23, 19 niversi Express offers ride to weekend game 97 - 7A By Margene Eriksen Daily Staff Reporter While some students may be scrambling to find a ride to the foot- ball game Saturday, others are trav- eling in luxury. University Express, a new bus service for students, is 0utting down on the stress of finding des. "University Express is a luxury bus that works like a limousine. It picks people...…

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…8A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, October 23, 1997 NATION/WORLD Netanyahu comments offend JERUSALEM (AP) - As if a bogged- down peace process, a spy scandal and a looming political crisis weren't enough, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was weathering a new storm yesterday for saying his dovish opposition has "forgotten what it means to be Jewish." Netanyahu appeared unaware his comments were being picked up by a live microphone during ...…

October 23, 1997 (vol. 108, iss. 19) • Page Image 9

… Ulie *fjidn t ig Free 'Red Corner' screening Check out the latest Richard Gere film, "Red Corner," for free. In the film, Gere stars as Jack Moore, general counsel to a large entertain- ment firm, who travels to China to broker a communications deal and is accused of murder in the process. The screening, sponsored by Cinema Guild, will be in Angell Hall Auditorium A at 9:30 this evening. Get there early because seating is limited. Thursday ...…

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…10A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, October 23, 1997 Stones build strong The Rolling Stones Bridges To Babylon Virgin Records Once a band has level of success, it is to ever attain that reached a certain difficult for them same cak Catch the out-of-this-world jazz-funk sounds of Galactic at the Blind Pig tonight. Galactic blasts into town with far-out acid jazz, funk By Roll Brennan Daily Staf Reporter Galactic, a funky, New Orleans-ba...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Thursday, October 23, 1997 - A first-run films Boogle Nights This sprawling epic about the rise and fall of the 1970s porn film industry features "Marky" Mark Wahlberg. At Showcase: 12:00, 1:00, 3:15, 4:30, 6:55, 7:50, 9:55, 11:15. Fairy Tale: A True Story Harvey Keitel stars in this inspired little kiddie flick. At Showcase: 12:30, 2:45, 4:55, 7:15, 9:30, 11:45. Gattaca Ethan Hawke struggles to survive in a high-tech so...…

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…12A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, October 23, 1997 A weekly guide to who's where, what's happening and why you need to be there ... thursd MUSIC Counting Crows Ladies, you have your chance: Adam Duritz is no longer with Jennifer Aniston. Hill Auditorium. 7:30 p.m. $20. Galactic You read about student openers Poignant Plecostomus in Weekend, etc. last week. Blind Pig. 9:30 p.m. $6 in advance. Arlo Guthrie Woody's son plays another Ann Arbor...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Thursday, October 23, 1997 - 13A AISU Continued from Page 1A Bishop Bartoni plans to go to East Lansing this weekend, but most likely won't make it to the game. "One-hundred-fifty dollars is too much to spend on a football game,' Bartoni said. "I'm not going to try for a ti t now. Anyone who spends $700 a ti t must be a really big football fan." As a result of the high prices, many University students will be making the t...…

October 23, 1997 (vol. 108, iss. 19) • Page Image 14

… ftAkht9mjDwv Scorts e CS MAJOR LEAGUE St. Louis at BASEBALL BUFFALO, inc. CLEVELAND 10, MONTREAL 3, Florida 3 Florida 0 Series tied 2-2 Chicago 1 PRO HOCKEY Detroit at ANAHEIM, inc. N.Y. RANGERS 0 Ottawa . TORONTO 2 Washington at COLORADO, inc. BUFFALO 4, Calgary 1 Pittsburgh at SAN JOSE, inc. NBA PRESEASON DETROIT 104 Sacramento 84 CHARLOTTE 109 Utah 99 Philadelphia 95 CHICAGO 87 Cleveland 95 MINNFSOTA 89 SAN ANTONIO 112 Dallas 69 SEAT...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Thursday, October 23, 1997 -1 Spartans last hurdle for 'M' soccer 5A By Andy Latack and Jacob R. Wheeler Daily Sports Writers Only one puzzle piece remains unplaced in the Michigan soccer team's phenomenal regular sea- son. The Wolverines (6-1-1 Big Ten, 14-2-1 over- fhave-ne Big Ten match remaining. With a victory over cross-state rival Michigan State (3- 4, 6-7-1) on Sunday at the Michigan Soccer Field Michigan will c...…

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…16A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, October 23, 1997 AROUND THE BIT.N CONFERENCE Rest of conference out to prove East Lansing isn't only place for football on Saturday. By Rick Harpster Daily Sports Writer Michigan residents are only talk- ing about one game this week: the annual battle for state supremacy between Michigan and Michigan State. But, there are many other impor- tant conference battles this weekend that will have a major impact...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Thursday, October 23, 1997 -- 17A Supporting cast crucial to success of Michigan men harriers this year a y . , ., . By Chad Kujala Daily Sports Writer The Michigan men's cross-country team set three goals at the beginning of the season. The Wolverines wanted to win the Big Ten, win dis- tricts and finish in the top five at nationals. So far, Michigan has been taking the right steps toward achieving these goals. The Wol...…

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…18A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, October 23, 1997 Cleveland truimphs to lock series at two CLEVELAND (AP) - This World Series game had all the elements: snow, wind, record cold and another big night by Sandy Alomar. On an evening when flurries fell at Jacobs Field, the only thing that accumulated were runs by the Indians. Manny Ramirez and Matt Williams homered as Cleveland beat the Florida Marlins 10-3, evening the Series at two wins ea...…

October 23, 1997 (vol. 108, iss. 19) • Page Image 19

… Plans for the Future Professional Profiles Opportunities for undergradu- University graduates share ates to prepare for life after their experiences in five graduation. Pages 3-5. careers. Pages 12-18. Facin Surf th the Cob fect joL Graduate Programs How to get into, pay for and survive graduate programs. Pages 6-11. PF www.kaplan.com *Course names are registered trademarks of their respective owners. ism u …

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… 2B - TkMichigan Daily Fall Outloo - Thursday, October 23, 19& , .__ a a a a W - -- .'r 7- wqmp Cover: For thousands of University seniors and- graduates, the future is a sea of opportunity and uncertainty. The question is, will they stay afloat? Graphic by Michelle McCombs and Jonathan Weitz. Plans for the Future 2B Undergraduate students make the most of their time in Ann Arbor and prepare for the 'real world.' Graduate Pro...…

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… 11...5. _.. L ,y, i _.. . _ , .G. u.:.>_._.. _ . w l.tcs '.. ii..'! 4B - The chigan Daily FalfOuook hursday October 23 1997 PLANNIN FO UUIW . ' d A 0. FAM CI.THE JOB WARk "TMchaalF s s Interns get insider's view of politics Students exhaust variety of resources in search for jobs By Jeffrey Kosseff Daily Staff Reporter As Sara Deneweth cruised down Detroit's Woodward Avenue in a con- vertible, her traveling companion, Sen. Carl Levi...…

October 23, 1997 (vol. 108, iss. 19) • Page Image 23

…200 -The- Mlich p Daily Fall'Outkk* k ThUr , OQtober,23 ,19F9GTH7JBMAE FANG THE JOB MA Cities attrac U grads ...... ~he Michigan Daily Fall Outlo2~- Companies look to diversify workforce w w -0- PLANNING FO@THE FUTURE he MihgnDiyFl w w -W -- _'_ ROTC builds life-long career By Jennifer Yachnin Daily Staff Reporter To follow the sun or stay in the cold? As graduates enter the real world, they are faced with the terrifying question of...…

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…Ta. -AA 'n'i4rb l fl ,il . t411 A1...L _. TL. nr Li....+.,1 .0 4 fnnV ne MicHigan' vauy' ranUtI(W0M'- AND, v-, v zit - i ne micni2an uaaty tail UUVOOx - i nursaav. UCToner 13. lyyr -s -- ® , ..j - 4 Graduate School Information Fair Thursday October 30, 1997 Noon - 4:00 pm Michigan Union S~ J ily IY 4 Ir II:a ! U vM V n ~ui U y/ V V GI L I L u limp-- mw Iw -- -w- Research careers o ffer variety By Maria Hackett Daily Staff Reporter...…

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…I ~Ew UIlWE1fI~~AE mD Am IATC DnrQ AK4C v w -*IWKFL55UNAL VKWILs w 40 VKAUA D~l* U KXKM3 #4 WNBA offers fast start for 'U' alum By Mark Snyder Daily Sports Writer Like many University students, Craig Schulman sat in class with grandiose dreams of a career in the professional sports realm. Now, just 18 months after his gradua- tion from the University, Schulman pos- sesses a steady job in a burgeoning field, a Manhattan residence and fr...…

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… wwr "r+ rr an a -- a .. GSIs juggle teaching responsibilities, homework VKWFESIONAL rVKU11#5 Women engineers find daily challenges, rewards By Rachel Edelnm Daily Staff Reporter As both students and teachers, gradu- ate student instructors spend their years at the Univei ty living a double life. Living in both sides of the academic world, GSIs face the difficulty of bal- ancing teaching and studying, along with surviving financially. "For...…

October 23, 1997 (vol. 108, iss. 19) • Page Image 29

…1_ Law Day Thursday October 23, 1997 11:00 - 3:00 pm Michigan Union Meet with over 100 law schools from across the country! Some schools scheduled to attend include: M~edical school requires discipline, diligent studies ._ ... S 0 -b ADAS PR GR MS-A Grad students survive more than 4 years of A2 schooling PNMNNMMMMMMwqm JD JD JD By Heather Wiggin Daily Staff Reporter The words, "I'm pre-med" have become a cliche that echoes thr...…

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…I i iC ivnvi ll6au v ay - I I IVIV(4I LiII Rehabilitation with Dr. MilL Sonya Miller, a fourth-year resident at University Hospitals spends her days in the Physical Medicine and Rehabilitatio department. Many of Miller's patients have been in car acci dents and are recovering from head or spinal cord injuries. Others have suffered a stroke or aneurysm. Miller said her as a doctor is to "get people functioning and independent" coordinating th...…

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