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March 29, 2000 (vol. 110, iss. 106) • Page Image 1

…One hundred nine years of'editoriilfreedom *il NEWS: 76-DAILY CLASSIFIED: 7640557 wwwmichigandaily. corn Wednesday March 29, 2000 Students air grievances at panel meeting By Tiffany Maggard Daily Staff Reporter A three-member panel charged with resolving problems surrounding space allo- *ion and University ties to student organi- zations heard little about space and a lot about pain for three hours last night. More than 40 University stud...…

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…2 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, March 29, 2000 LOCAL/S TATE MSA Continued from Page 1 party were disqualified from the election Sunday for illegal campaigning by campaign manager Chip Englander, an LSA freshman. Jessica Cash and Doug Tietz, two of the members of the Wolverine Party, who, if they had not been. disqualified, would have become members of the assembly, expressed their discontent with the rulings of the elections board and th...…

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… LOCAL/STATE The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, March 29, 2000 - 3 Students pressure schools to join WRC Use of Native American bones jpurs debate A faculty committe at the Universi- ty of Nebraska at Lincoln has reccom- mended a professor who worked with the remains of Native Americans be fired for alleged mistreatment. The six-member faculty committee, voted 4-1 in favor of the removal of anthropology professor Karl Rein- hard. In the even...…

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…4 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, March 29, 2000 rd Street r ih v Iditr i i Moving sale: Everything must go - no offer refused! 4 'I 420 Mayna Ann Arbor, ALHN adi y wLrs @um i du I. Edited and managed by students at the University of Michigan EMILY ACHENBAUM 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...…

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… Rock the man down... The Ark hosts Maritime folk from Canada's Great Big Sea, a four-man vocal group that combines traditional sea O-anties with polished pop rock. 8 p.m RT michigandaily.com/arts WEDNESDAY MARCH 29, 2000 5 BREAKING 'BORDERS' Event requireds Crossng ofinds a Do Whatever it Takes' to miss film By Robyn Melamed Daily Arts Writer It all started with a sculpture made of beeswax. Jim Cogswell, the artist of this sculpture, ...…

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… The Michigan ,Daily - Wednesday, March 29, 2000 - 7 Trend of perscription drug abuse rises DRUGS Continued from Page I :Tarm, a local drug treatment facility. Students who use prescription drugs for med- ica urposes often supply those who want the Cdr to get high or to stay awake. "I was always given way more than I ever needed," said one University student, who wished to remain anonymous. "People come and ask for it. I knew people could ge...…

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…8- The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, March 29, 2000 ART S Documentary sings 'Blues' of foreign man By David Victor Daily Arts Writer Ever hear of a little place near Siberia called Tuva? A forgotten coun- try absorbed by Russia after World War l, Tuva is home to a unique'style of singing. Think of a leaf-blower with a melody, and you have Tuvan throatsinging. It seems as foreign and distant as its country of origin, but "Ghengis Blues" is the s...…

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…[ eThe A'c( By John Uhl Daily Music Editor ARTS The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, March 29, 2000 -9 sound of saxophones: Ames alive this weekend CROSSINGS Continued from Page 5 team. They will be joined by dancer/choreographer Peter Spar- ling, film/video artist Robert Andersen, composer Andrew Mead, filmmaker Jonathan Tyman, producer Tom Bray and Distinguished Senior Research Scientist Fred Bookstein, who is in charge of Internet connect...…

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… Neck and neck The NiT has reached its finals. Go online to find out where all three of you stand in The Michigan Daily's NIT Ch llehge. michigandaily.com /sports Utg ¬£ldlgau ali SPORTS WEDNESDAY MARCH 29, 2000 10 Senior icers bid adieu in radio show By Uma Subramanian Daily Sports Witer if soeone had strolled into Yost Ice Arena yesterday afternoon, he probably would have done a double-take. After all, it's not every day that Mike Comr...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, March 29, 2000 - 11. Me~lske falersin frsthome~jj Breaking down McCloskey Mc~lske firt h me sartGetting behind hitters. was a major problem for Michigan f n pitcher Brad McCI(6 ey in his first Greer ~Eastern Michigan hires new coach start at home. In three innings, the freshman gave tip eiht hits and five runs oan 61 pitches. By Dan Williams Daily Sports Writer YPSILANTI (AP) - Jim Boone, who revived a sta...…

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…12 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, March 29, 2000 Individual meetings spark 'M' By Joe Smith Daily Sports Writer Some coaches make their players run laps until they throw up, while others resort to verbally abusing their athletes - hoping that their ranting, raving and tearing away at one's dignity will spark a flame in the heart and serve as motivation to improve. But Michigan women's tennis coach Bitsy Ritt prefers another approach - one...…

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