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October 08, 1998 (vol. 109, iss. 8) • Page Image 1

…* 1 News: 76-DAILY Display Ads: 764-0554 Classified Ads: 764-0557 'Highei Clinton appro By Katie Plona and Mike Spahn Daily Staff Reporters * President Clinton signed a bill yesterday that, in addition to lowering student interest rates on college loans, could allow the University to release the identity of students who violate the University's Code of Student Conduct. In the midst of a Congressional term marked by argument, irritation and ina...…

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…2A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, October 8, 1998 NATION/WORLD Milosevic gets another chance AROUND THE NATION i s BELGRADE, Yugoslavia - A U.S. ,,envoy gave Yugoslav President ,.-Slobodan Milosevic another chance ; yesterday to bow to international :demands and avoid NATO airstrikes. ,But Milosevic remained defiant. '. Following his meeting with envoy Richard Holbrooke, Milosevic's office :said "attempts were made to overcome ,the diff...…

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… LOCAL/STATE The Michigan Daily - Thursday, October 8, 1998 3A 40REEARCH !E~l FDA approves new heart device The Food and Drug Association recently approved a heart device cur- r ently being used by the University * Medical Center. The implantable machine is called ,he HeartMate and is attached to the abdomen. Once installed, the device pumps oxygenated blood into the body. The patient wears a battery pack in a holster, which is connected to ...…

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…4A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, October 8, 1998 ut iign ai 420 Maynard Street Ann Arbor, MI 48109 Edited and managed by students at the University of Michigan - : roc rn A. 2, LAI RIE MAYKC Editor in Chief JACK SCIHILLACI Editorial Page Editor Unless otherwise nodte, unsigned editorials reflect the opinion ofthe majority of the Dailv .s editorial board. All other articles, letters and cartoons do not necessarily reflect the opinion ...…

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… NATION/WORLD The Michigan Daily - Thursday, October 8, 1998 - 5A *C nton calls for fair vote President lobbies prior to vote that would launch an *impeachment inquiry HOOD Continued from Page 1A education funding as "unacceptable" when proposed in Februarv. "I was saddened to learn this evening of the untinIClv death of Rep. Morris Hood," Detroit Mayor Dennis Archer said. "You could always count on Morris Hood to deliver for the city of D...…

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…\ MICROSOFT OFFICE 97 professional edition, full version, registerable w/l Microsoft, not used $99. 734-996-2354. RENT WITH US! We have it all. 4/6 & 10/13 bedroom houses. Efficiency & 6 bdrm. apt. Call PMSI @ 665-5552. WHAT, YOU THOUGHT yesterday's ad was a joke? Not. We wouldn't joke about something like that. We might joke around, but not about something like that. Nope. Not us. Hell, we wouldn't even be rambling-on if we hadn't bought so...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Thursday, October 8, 1998 - 7A Study: College tuition increases about 4 percent . * The Washington Post WASHINGTON -The price of col- lege tuition rose about 4 percent over last year, though a record amount of financial aid - more than $60 billion - was available to students, according to two studies released yesterday by the College Board. Those increases continue a steady rise in college costs nationwide that has put t...…

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…8A - The Michigan Daily -- Thursday, October 8, 1998 LOCAL/STATE FIEGER Continued from Page IA tion and primary education, said John Truscott, spokesperson for Gov. John Engler. "All these taxes add up to money that goes into the general fund, which is then given to various places - including higher education," Truscott said. "Fieger's shown complete lack of understanding of the state financ- ing situation." Both Horning and Brandon said ke...…

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…"R MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL 'LAYOFFS American League Championship Series (series tied 1-1) Cleveland 4, NEW YORK 1(12 inn.) National League Championship Series San Diego at ATLANTA, inc. US Ld i~t &ITS They believe in Steve Former Michigan coach Steve Fisher was hired yesterday by the Sacramento Kings as an assistant coach. Full story, Page 13A. October 8,1998 Wounded Pride Tough wind blows men's golf.to 15th State cruises past 'M' By...…

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…10A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, October 8, 1998 Fighting Illini hope the future is Rocky By Sharat Raju Daily Sports Editor The names read like a Chicago Bears Hall of Fame honor roll call: Dick Butkus, George Halas, Red Grange. Before donning the blue and orange for the Monsters of the Midway and before they galloped into the annals of professional football history, they donned the blue and orange for another team, further south of Ch...…

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…m w Va~w w - ----- w .-- w w - iiIM MM'+ MIMIMM MORGAN STANLEY DEAN WITTER invites all undergraduate members of the Class of 1999 interested in career opportunities in Equity Financing Services Equity Research and Investment Banking to our Firm Presentation on Thursday, October 8, 1998 7:00 p.m. Michigan Union, Pendleton Room www.ms.com Morgan Stanley Dean Witter is an Equal Opportunity Employer …

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…2A- The Michigan Daily - Thursday October 8, 1998 After a year of unemployment, r Fisher now King of assistants By Josh Kleinbaum last year's staff. short NBA career he has already SyDa Sprs Eor "I feel very good about the coach- been traded three times. With a mnve Steve Fisher, who has been unem- ing staff we have put together here," to a new environment, having played for more than a year now will Adelman said in a released state- Fisher's ...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Thursday, October 8, 1998 -13A Home sweet home? Time will tell No. 11 field hockey team hosts two Big Ten rivals in pivotal weekend By Stephanie Offen D~tly Sports Writer The Michigan field hockey team is approaching toughest weekend yet, and it seems to be ready for challenge. The Wolverines (3-0 Big Ten, 10-2 overall) will spend their first home weekend of the Big Ten season playing the top two teams in the conference....…

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…14A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday October 8, 1998 Run ng for victories Men's cross country runs to Maine to retain championship McGregor, women's cross country travel to Kalamazoo By Raphael Goodoeln For the Daily The sixth-ranked Michigan men's cross country team will head east this weekend to run in the Murray Keatinge Invitational in Orono, Maine. The Wolverines are out to keep the title for themselves after winning the tournament las...…

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… LB The ichigan Daily Weekedtagazine - Thursday, oc"tobe", 1998 Weekend etc. Column OF PROFESSORS, POETRY AND PASSED-OUT PUPPIES 0 0 ' i3 1';, 4 u, .!!'ls' J It may surprise some of you to hear hat I received an enormous amount of Feedback in response to the column I wrote last week. Now, at least 100 per- :ent of this feedback was imaginary, but :he responses that were authentic expressed a real interest in the new move- ment taking plac...…

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… 2s 28 -- The Michigan Daily Weekend Magazine - Thursday, OcTober 8, 1998 0 0., f r, The Michigan Daily Weeken $: g : '4 Did you know? The Free and Accepted Masons, a 300-year-old secret fraternal order with English roots that supposedly advocates philanthropy and religious tolerance, has been an integral part of American politics since the Revolutionary War. In fact, its early hold on the White House lead to the creation of the short-...…

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… kS:. 0 0 0 T M0 D k The Michigan.Daily Weekend Magazine. - Thursday, October 8, 1998.- 0 y- - The Michigan Daily Weeketfd Magazine - Thursday, October 8, 1998 s F I o FOLLOW THE PATH LESS TRAVELED ... Nichols Arboretum provides relaxing slice of nature A weekly PSE'de to who's where, what ening and why you need tobe there . The List I I Films opening ly Suevon Lee ,or the Daily "I came to a fork in the road and took the pa...…

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… 0 AM ___ a 1 n r.WP I aaaz',,i,c :-ThiirscIv. i Sr 8.199 0 4i- Inti iVI.idicn L aiiy vvemnLu 4viagdLitc IfIuI'.. - 4LV U L7,7 Substance-free liig on the rise in CamIs residence halls jI. The MicIn Daily Weekend 21 State of the Arts BRINGING LIFE TO DEATH By Cortney Dueweke For the Daily Many students, while filling out their housing request sheets, may have noticed a space for selecting substance- free housing. With the college student ...…

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…B 12B - The Michigan Daily Weekend Magazine - Thursday, October 8, 1998 0 0 0 0 'Shomari & Sean' set for another hard-hitting season 'U' Website one of nation's most visited cyberspace locations Controversial pair back on WOLV this fall. By Quan Williams Daily Arts Writer Last year, "The Shomari & Sean O'Neil Show" was one the most- w'atched University-produced shows on campus - but not everyone watching was what we can call a fan. ...…

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… I 68 - The Michigan Daily Weekend Magazine - Thursday, October 8, 1998 Rock climbing offers a one-of-a-kind workout 0 0 The Michigan Daily Weekend Magazine - hursday, October 8, 1998 -1 Diag's 'M' means more than just a couple of failed blue book exams By Alexandra Arch For The Daily Tired of the same old exercise? Does it challenge you, push your limits, or get you 20 feet off the ground? Well, rock climbing does. Rock climbing is growi...…

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… 1OD - The Michigan Daily Weekend Magazine -- Thursday, October 8, 1998 0 0 The Michigan Daily Weekend Ma Oct. 8: It's not just for Christmas anymore /What: Frakenmuth, MI /Where: North of Ann Arbor toward Flint. MI' /How: Take,1-23 North until it becomes 1-75. Follow I- 75 until to Birch Run Street in Frankenmuth. From there you can pretty much follow the signs to anywhere in own. /How Long: 1 hour, 15 minutes. /What's There: Besides the...…

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