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November 19, 1998 (vol. 109, iss. 38) • Page Image 1

…C*'Elan Unl News: 76-DAILY Display Ads: 764-0554 Classified Ads: 764-0557 One hundred eight years of editorfiltfeedom Thursday November 19, 1998 Students hit polls for elections WARREN ZINN/Daily Top: Owner Jim Paron, head waitress Melissa Matich and floor manager Mike Wing stand near the restaurant. Bottom: Sam Sword holds the Little Brown Jug after this year's victory over Minnesota. Left: Patrons dine at the Jug. LOOKING' BACK ON 60...…

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…2A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, November 19, 1998hAlNX 7 R NATION/WORLD OP elects house paleaders WASHINGTON (AP) - Rep. Bob trol right now," Rep. Gerald Solomon W Livingston collected unanimous (R-N.Y.) declared in the corridor out- °x' 7 Republican backin vesterdav to become side the meetin room even thou, h V AROUND THE NATION I l House speaker and quickly pledged action in the new Congress to cut taxes and preserve Social Security...…

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…"4 LOCAL/STATE The Michigan Daily - Thursday, November 19, 1996 - 3A .ESEARCH Amiericans would do better to file for bankruptcy Many Americans would be better off financially if they filed for bankruptcy, according to research by a University economist. Only about 1 percent of U.S. households file for bankruptcy each year, but economics Prof. Michelle White asserts that at least 17 percent could do so to their benefit. White examined the a...…

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…4A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, November 19, 1998 Ulbe Sli!Jan & tilg 420 Maynard Street Ann Arbor, MI 48109 Edited and managed by students at the University of Michigan LAURIE MAYK Editor in Chief JACK SCHILLACI Editorial Page Editor 'There's a lot of issues people will say they're running for, and they have no idea what they're talking about.' --Michigan Student Assembly President Trent Thompson, on the campaigning for today and yest...…

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…I LOCAL/STATE The Michigan Daily - Thursday, November 19, 1998 - 5A Students donate clothes to hurcane victims By Michael Grass Daily Staff' Reporter A truckload of clothes donated by University community members will soon reach Honduran survivors of Hurricane Mitch, which devastated N h of Central America earlier this th. "Not only did we receive a tremen- dous amount of support from the Latino community here on campus, but people of all...…

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…6A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, November 19, 1998 4 BDRM. HOUSE. avail. for Fall. Remodeled in 97. Wshr., dryer, & full basement. 741-9300. www.cmbmgmt.com 5 BDRM. HALF HOUSE May-May. new. Kitch.. 2 bath, electric, pluming, heat, appl.. flooring, w/ prkg. All rooms pre-wired for cable & phone, furn. Located directly across from Central Campus sign on Washtenaw. 662-3458. a *************PARKING!************* On campus parking! Special ra...…

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…LOCAL/STATE 990 students turn out to vote for MSA reps. A SA "I'm a first-year student and I don't know how the eligible for the election. student government works" Buino said. "People were confused about where they could a Clinued from Page JA Defend Affirmative Action Party LSA candidate couldn't place fliers," Hovan said. He added that all t Ann Arbor Tenants Union. Erika Dowdell said her party has received a great deal violations committed...…

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… 8A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, November 19, 1998 NATION/WORLD Starr: Clinton thwarted probe . WASHINGTON (AP) - Making his start of impeachment hearings, Independ Kenneth Starr says President Clinton used the machinery of government and th his office" to thwart prosecutors' grand ji w ¢Ygation and the Paula Jones lawsuit. In remarks prepared for delivery to House Judiciary Committee, Starr also Democratic suggestions he had no right w ...…

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…NATION/WORLD *Two Bush brothers enjoy stealing the show The Michigan Daily - Thursday, November 19, 1998 - 9A NEW ORLEANS (AP) - The brothers Bush, George W and Jeb, plopped into their seats and stared with wry smiles into a bank of televi- sion cameras. "Will the real governor Bush please stand up?" somebody cracked. Neither man budged. There was no need. They're both the real thing. And in the eyes of some, George Bush's boys are the st...…

November 19, 1998 (vol. 109, iss. 38) • Page Image 10

… MEN'S NCAA BASKETBALL (2) STANFORD 86, Southern Meth. 51 (7) TEMPLE 68, Mississippi 52 UTAH STATE 72, (12) Utah 64 (11) NO. CAR. 65, Georgia 58 Cn tee. In CAPS (16) PURDUE 83, Gonzaga 68 (17) INDIANA 91, UAB 54 St. John's 73 (23) MASS. 69 (24) TCU 74, New Orleans 61 NHL HOCKEY Detroit 6, EDMONTON 2 WASHINGTON 4, Toronto 1 PHOENIX 4, Vancouver 2 ANAHEIM 3, NY Rangers 1. U r lijgn&l Tracking IM' teams The Michigan men's basketball team look...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Thursday, November 19, 1998 - 1 Is that Rivalry Week r or rivalry weak? By Chris Duprey Daily Sports Writer 's Rivalry Week in the Big Ten. njuries heal and confidence balloons, as many conference teams prepare to inflict pun- ishment on their most hated rivals. Other teams are just looking to sneak into a bowl. The Big Ten is beginning to look like it won't have enough eligible teams to fill its six bowl commitments and ...…

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…12A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, November 19, 1998 you -,,tric dbrded. Receive a free j" '" AMIFM headphone radio: 1 Receive a free AM/FM headphone radio ($19.99 value) when I I you use yourVisa* card to purchasea Day-Timer*Student Planner com- I I pete with 5h x 8'/ calendar pages address book, notepad, Yahoor I I picks a good-looking looseleaf bine, and lots more for $19.99! I I I Terms and Conditions: Offer valid 9/1/98-2/28/99. Gond ...…

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… The Michigan Daily - Thursday, November 19, 1998 - 13A " Backing he ur,, Two opposing columnists square off in a battle of wits Experience wit/h rivahy leaves mark en I entered my cousin's kitchen on Thanksgiving Day 1996, I knew something was different. The three-hour ride from Ann Arbor to suburban Cleveland had frustrated me immensely, as I feared a flurry of comments about Ohio State's supposed superiority. Yeah, that's how it is bet...…

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…14A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, November 19, 1998 '1 1 M' unfazed by struggles The Ar Grind Sharat Raju Wit/i all ofIowa' troubles, Fry' retirement would not be fittbng By Michael Shaft r WilySports Writer How do you prepare a volleyball team for matches against Ohio State and pow- erhouse Penn State? Well, if you're Michigan coach Greg Giovanazzi, you play a little dodgeball. "It's something we do about once a week, especially towar...…

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…16B -The Mi~gan Daily Weekend Ma ine - Thursday, November, 1998 0 0 0 0 I Weekend etc. Column CANNED SOUP AND LAWSUITS I had a problem. I was very hungry. I hadn't eaten for nearly an entire day. My stomach was emitting deep alarming growls as it warned me that it would begin gnawing on my ribs unless I located for it some sort of nourishment. I'd gladly have fed it, if I could have. I'd have liked nothing better than to soothe my agitated...…

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… *2B -- The Michigan Dailyt eeken Magazine -Thurtay, November 19, 1998 0 The Michigan Dly We( .' [ ___ __I. . ,. r ! T"1* vIa1 you Know From 1913, when William H. Taft was president, until 1971 and the presidency of Richard Nixon, every president threw out a first pitch at a Washington Nationals or Washington Senators baseball game. When Washington final- ly lost its baseball team for good, the Baltimore Orioles took up the task of hos...…

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…0o The Michigan Oaily Weekend Magaziie 4B --T e chig n Daily W eekend MtgaiAe - i T day, -Nven er 19, 1998 --.-.... ...-.. .-...-.-.-.-__. ..- _.-_ .-.-.-.._-...._._-___ ___ _. A weekly de to who's Thursday, Nov. 19 where, what ap ening and through why you need to be there ... Wednesday, Nov. 25 I FROM LEECHES TO LASERS Being a med student ain't what it us Films opening Thursday MUSC American History X Edward Norton stars in this chi...…

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… 46 - The Michigan Daily Weeked Magazine - Thursday, November 19, 1998 W 0 Ex-Gargoyle writers bring unique humor to campus TV The Michigan Daily Wee ® State of the Arts A FAILURE TO COMMUNIC] "Blast Off to Your imagination" cast members do it without pants - Just ask J.D. Ryznar. THE MICHIGAN DAILY ONUNE: MORE THAN I MILLION SERVED AROUND THE GLOBE EVERY YEAR. W WWMICHI- GA NDAIL Y.COM Show's first install- ment is scheduled to air t...…

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…12B -The Michigan Daily Weekend Magazine - - Thbrsday, November 19, 1998 0 0 Thursday, Novemt Nov. 19: Isle of View. / What: Mackinac Island / Where: The Straits of Mackinac, where Michigan's Upper and Lower peninsulas meet. / How: Take 1-75 north to Mackinaw City. From there, board a ferry to the island. / How Long 4 1/2 hours / What's there: Mackinac Island is well-known for its horse-drawn carriages, fudge and historical bull ings. In the...…

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…6B - The Michigarr Daiy Weekend Magazine - Thursday, November 19, 1998 0 0 0 The higan Daily Weel Clinton, P-Funk founding fathers roll through third decade of funk 1a ° Reph me ille 41311 6m@E ( oe George Clinton, the P-Funk all-stars hit Detroit tomorrow By C.is Kula For the Daily "We need the funk! Gotta have the funk!" With those lyrics from his 1976 song "Give Up the Funk," George Clinton summed up the feelings of the American p...…

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…1OB .- Thie .M ih' airl y We ekAd M g e °Tt ursdaS, November 11998 0 C C The Michigan Daily eeken Magazine TV writers pick faves for sweeps Children's Theatre packs lessons in e y s t Courtesy of Twentieth Century Fox omer, Marge, Bart, Lisa, and Mge represent everything good about TV today. Author of: Down These Mean Streets 1:30-2:30 Dialogue Ostifun Room West Quad 3prm5pm Keynote Address Wedge Room West Quad Sponsored by: By Mich...…

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…C 0 0 0 The Michigan Daily Weekei 8B - The Michigan Daily Weekend Magazine - Thursday, November 19 . 1998 Something Old: The Kempf House, Center for Local Hist The second-story windows are fashioned with the "pressed flower" pat- terned grilles that can be found on several houses in Washtenaw County. These grilles were a popular stock item when the Kempf Hloue was built. However difficult it is to imagine, the University once had...…

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