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December 10, 1997 (vol. 108, iss. 51) • Page Image 1

…Pfml 4 "Ul ws: 76-DAILY vertising: 7640554 One hundred seven years of edtorizl freedom Wednesday December 10, 1997 Waily In-depth: Admissions I FU dmisrlions process alters GPAs Janet Adamy iily Staff Reporter N ,rity applicants from Marquette, Mich., ho earned a 2.7 GPA at Detroit Country Day gh school could have their GPA boosted to a 7 when their application contents are weighted during the University's intricate [missions proces...…

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…2 -- The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, December 10, 1997 NATION/WO RLD i ROSE BOWL Continued from Page 1. "My family is really superstitious," Lanxner said. "I watched this Middle Eastern movie when I was little, where this little boy kept having nightmares. The little boy's grand- mother poured salt around the boy's bed and put a knife in the mattress to get rid of bad spirits. I guess I kind of picked up on that." University alumnus Mark Gr...…

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… NATION/WORLD The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, December 10, 1997 - 3 Tuition costs may earn students IRS tax credit eginning in January, tuition costs related expenses may earn income tax credit for students or their parents under a new Internal Revenue Service provision, the Guardian reported. Taxpayers who pay post-secondary education tuition bills may be eligible to claim non-refundable Hope Scholarship Credit when reporting taxes for 1998...…

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… 4 -The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, December 10, 1997 4 - The Michiess Daily - Wednesday. December 10. 1997 I 420 Maynard Street Ann Arbor, MI 48109 JOSH WHITE Editor in Chief Edited and managed by ERIN MARSH students at the Editorial Page Editor University of Michigan tInI's otherwise noted, unsigned editorials reflect the opinion of the majority of the Daily/i editorial board. All other articles, letters and cartoons do not necessarily re...…

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…LOCAL/STATE The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, December 10, 1997 - 5 I Greek exec boards pass the torch, set future goals By Neal Lepsetz Daily Staff Reporter "Right no we've taken the lead Only one thing concerned nesiology junior Bradley Holeman as nationally and are saying we're golr repeated oath to become 1998 -ierfraternity Council President at the to regulato urs$ lve$, Creek executive board installations last - Bradley Hol night. inter...…

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…LOCAL/STATE The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, December 10, 1997 - 7 U' researchers turn attention to global warming By Sam Stavis Daily Staff Reporter While global warming continues to capture the spotlight as a hot international topic, University researchers are quietly forming their own theories on global warming's environmental effects, and problems that will be encountered as ,rns try to combat its damaging conse- quences. The basic caus...…

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…8 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, December 10, 1997 IJust lion around Sigma Xi selects 'U' scientist as president , By Angela Delk Daily Staff Reporter Sigma ki, one of the largest organi- zations of scientists and engineers in the world, recently elected its first black woman president - University research scientist Peggie Hollingsworth. Hollingsworth, a pharmacology and environmental-industrial health assis- tant research scientist, wi...…

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… LOCAL/STATE The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, December 10, 1997 - 9 Electric wheels Grapefruit juice affects absorption of drugs Ford Motor Co.'s chair Alex Trotman drives the company's first production electric vehicle, the FordI AP PHOTO Ranger EV, off the assembly line in Detroit yesterday.I ADMISSIONS Continued from Page 1. 9-12 would result in adding up to .4 to an applicant's GPA. The "unusual" factor bumps up an applicant's GPA ba...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, December 10. 1997 - 10 1 ;I U il U: FINALS PAGE Break out of the exam blues with these study breaks, stress relievers and academic services MMY Week TUES $2.50 PINTS WED All 25Taps $2 WELL DRINKS $2 OFF DELIVER DAILY 11 AM-3 AM. 913-9200 ANN ARBOR 929 E. ANN ST. SA LLPie ITCHEIkS over $ 7 FRI sxP"$1.50 CALL DRINKS SAT $1.50 DOMESTIC BOTTLES Need a Place to Study?? Check Out Study Daze at the 1i-iib...…

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…Annual Italian Film Festival Today through Saturday, the Michigan Theater is presenting the 2nd Annual Italian Film Festival. The festival features a retrospective of the films of director Francesco Rosi, who will attend. The 11 show- cased movies include "Hands Over the City," starring Rod Steiger, tonight at 9:15, and the gala premiere of "The Truce," Rosi's first English language picture, starring John Turturro, tomorrow Wednesday at 7:30 p...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, December 10, 1997 - 13 Director Waters puts 'House' on market By Bryan Lark Daily Arts Editor Mark Waters, director of what may be the first cinematic incest comedy, "The House ofYes," is weird. Or at least that's what his mom thinks. "I showed this movie to my mother and my aunts, who are 60 years old and live in Indiana, and I was very amused at their budgets and say 'Sorry, we really couldn't do much.' I w...…

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…L4- The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, December 10, 1997 'Dance' concert delivers diversity By Lucija Franetovic For the Daily The School of Music's Department of Dance will present the Dance and Related Arts concert this week- end at the Betty Pease Dance Studio Theater. There are exceptions to the presentation:® There won't be ordinary dance, PR nor will it be performed only by dance students. Dance The Dance and Related Arts is a class offe...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, December 10, 1997 - 15 'Games' offers workplace fun with Dilbert Dilbert's Desktop Games Dreamworks Interactive CD-ROM Win '95/NT Being a college student low on time and money, I have to really want a computer game before I'll shell out the bucks to buy it. "Dilbert's Desktop Games" is a lot of fun, but I'm just not sure if it's $20-25 worth. If "Dilbert's Desktop Games" somehow falls into your hands without y...…

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…16 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, December 10, 1997 Burgess succeeds with bright 'Byrn When Stone Temple Pilots' vocalist Scott rehab, his bandmates recorded an album RECORDS Continued from Page 15 Talk Show Talk Show Atlantic Anyone who's looking for the same rock riffing that one would find on any standard Stone Temple Pilots record will not be disappointed by the self-titled, first release by Talk Show. The STP side project currently f...…

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… MEN'S COLLEGE TEMPLE 76. BASKETBALL WISCONSIN 73, Toledo 68 NO. ILLINOIS 84, lowa 78, INDIANA 85, Evansville 73 MIAMI (Ohio) 80, Xavier 72 Fresno State 61 ST. JOHN'S 69, Colgate 53 TEXAS 85, Florida 82 Georgia 84, COLORADO 73 MONTANA 86, Whitman 46 WOMEN'S COLL BASKETBALL Texas Tech 82. UTEP 48 Washington 77, Gonzanga 67 COLLEGE HOCKEY Boston College 3, BOSTON UNIV. Brown 5, HARVARD 2 Wednesday December 10, 1997 17 THE HESMAN TROPHY C...…

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…18 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, December 10, 1997 Staff Picks - all picks made against the spread. Game Rose Bowl, Jan, 1- Michigan (-7 1/2) vs. Washington State Las Vegas Bowl, Dec. 20 - Oregon (-3) vs. Air Force Aloha Bowl, Dec. 25 - Washington (-4 1/2) vs. Michigan State Motor City Bowl, Dec. 26 - Mississippi (-3) vs. Marshall Insight.com (Copper) Bowl, Dec. 27 - Arizona (-10) vs. New Mexico Independence Bowl. Dec. 28 - Louisiana St...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, December 10, 1997 - 19 WOODSON Continued from Page 17 *vho are saying that I'm the best and that I deserve it, and then those same people say I won't win it," Woodson said. "1 don't understand. What are you judged on?" According to its sponsor, New York's Downtown Athletic Club, the award annually goes to the "most outstanding college football player in the United States." And a growing %iorps of Woodson suppor...…

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…20- The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, December 10, 1997 Baseball All-Stars sucked it up and quit chewing tobacco for night, CLEVELAND (AP) - It's amazing what ballplayers will put in their mouths when they're not supposed to use tobacco. Bubble gum. Sunflower seeds. Even fake chew. It was tough, but the All-Stars appeared to be doing their best to keep spit tobacco out of this year's game. "I think it's kind of hard to tell these guys what to d...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, December 10, 1997 - 21 $hristmas gifts could come m Spartan green By Evan Braunstein Daily Sports Writer Winter vacation is looming and nothing would give the Michigan wrestling team a better holiday feel- ing than a victory over their arch- &als at Michigan State. How convenient is it then, for the Wolverines, that the Spartans enter Cliff Keen Arena tonight for the first of two meetings between the confer- en...…

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