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…EMNMR One hundred nine years ofeditorialdfreedom Un& NEWS: 76-DAILY CLASSIFIED: 764-0557 www.michigandally.com Friday April 14, 2000 ollinger defends course on gay culture Regents also approve designs for Life Sciences Institute at monthly meeting nna Clark . WI yStaff Reporter After drawing attention across the state and the nation, the debate surrounding English Prof. David Halperin's Fall 2000 class, "How to Be Gay: Male Homosexuality...…

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…2 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, April 14, 2000 NATION/WORLD i New vice president to begin post next month RUDGERS Continued from Page 1 Freedom of Information Office, Michi- gan Radio and News and Information Services. Rudgers will also become the official University spokeswoman. Julie Peterson, director of News and Informa- tion Services, currently fills this position. The Office of Communications has undergone several appointment and ad...…

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…I LOCAL/STATE The Michigan Daily - Friday, April 14, 2000 -3 YRRIME Patient smoking in hospital room 4gnites blaze A patient at University Hospitals was in critical condition after a fire broke out in his room shortly before 5 p.m. Wednesday, Kara Gavin, spokes- woman for the University Health Sys- tems said yesterday. Department of Public Safety investi- gators ruled that the fire was caused by the patient smoking in his room. The Ann Arb...…

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…4 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, April 14, 2000 ckw £idligau aily Face the facts: Dial 764-6969 and get some 420 Maynard Street Ann Arbor, MI 48109 daily.letters@umich.edu Edited and managed by students at the University of Michigan MIKE SPAHN Editor in Chief EMILY ACHENBAUM Editorial Page Editor Unless otherwise noted, unsigned editorials reflect the opinion of the majority of the Daily s editorial board. Allother articles, letters and ...…

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… LOCAL/STATE The Michigan Daily - Friday, April 14, 2000 - 5 BLU M ~Continued from Page 1 Amendment. "Still in America today, we have policies that forbid people to show up at the polls because they are the wrong race, Blum said. Blum also outlined the lawsuits against the race-conscious admissions c in University's College of Literature, cience and the Arts and Law School. Blum said that based on the results of similar court cases across t...…

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…"M = The Michigan Daily - Friday, April 14, 2000 LOCAL/STATE Persistence guides MSA president in new dutiest By Lisa Koivu Daily Staff Reporter Two years ago LSA senior Hideki Tsutsumi had never greeted anyone on the University's campus. But after transferring from a commu- nity college in Maryland after his sophomore year, Tsutsumi is now the student government president and starting to begin his work on the platform that got him elected....…

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…10 -The Michigan Daily - Friday, April 14, 2000 Offensive people still have rights TO THE DAILY: School of Social Work student Cameron Shultz in his letter to the Daily ("SCC fights campus racism" 4/7/00) incorrectly stated that "Just as the Arian (sic) Brotherhood, the -Neo- Nazis, the KKK and any other group that promotes ethnic and cultural oppression would not be allowed to exist within this public University ..." Shultz, any group, no m...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Friday, April 14, 2000 - 11 4 ,U minority populations are segregated To THE DAILY: In light of the current affirmative action court dates and the Michigamua d secret tower societies controversy, like to talk about diversity at the University. I think that I am correct in assuming that the University claims to be diverse. The University claims to promote diversity and multi-culturalism. I'm having a real hard time howev...…

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… Manson would be proud... "Beautiful People," a Bosnian film fol- lowing a series of storylines connected to the turmoil of Eastern Europe. Ar the Michigan Theater, 7 and 9 pm. TS r FRIDAY APRIL 14, 2000 12 michigandaily.com /arts Heavenly Norton elevates 'Faith' By Erin Podoisky Daily Arts Writer The idea that a movie that at. its very foundation is little more than the oldest joke in the book (well, okay - the oldest joke since Jesu...…

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…I The Michigan Daily - Friday, April 14, 2000 -13 1l e iYCl t ttn ttilg tired of studying? I" PIZZ 2259 W. Liberty * Ann Arbor 741=7777 Free Delivery Mon- Sat: 11 AM to 3 AM Sunday: 11 AM to 1 AM 1 large pizza for $8399 with cheese and two items 2 large pizzas for $15.99 with cheese and two items don't throw in the towel, let these businesses help you take a break I Good Good Good Good' Food, Prices, Time Charley's After 11 P.M....…

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…14 --The Michigan Daily - Friday, April 14, 2000 Majestic to host cheesy jams ARTS 8y Chsim Hoard Daily Arts Writer The jam band scene has grown at a remarkable rate over the past few years, as Grateful Dead and Phish clones have ,4 -141, String Ceese Majestic Theater Tmorrow at 9 p.m. cropped up almost as fre- quently as new boy bands. With so many young musicians taking the free-form route, however, it's tough to lend a fresh ear to ...…

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… -U Springfest Tomorrow is Springfest. The Spring football game will highlight the events. Check online to see the list of festivi- ties and their starting times. michigandaity.com/sports SPOiTS FRIDAY APRIL 14, 2000 15 IN TODAY'S SECTION Blue netters down frustrated Irish Speed racer Junior Melissa Taylor may not be a superstar in con- ventional terms. But the speed and intangibles that she brings to the softball team mae ber one of...…

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…'16 -the Michigan Daily - Friday, April 14, 2000 TAYLOR MADE By Jon Schwartz N Daily Sports Writer ri soft'all, there are two different players. .j he haves, and the have-nots. Each group competes to the best of its ability on every given day. Each gives it all she has and accepts the rewards as best she could. And each brings an equally important ,aspect of the sport to the team. No, to have or have-not has nothing to do wIth talent. To c...…

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… The Michigan Daily - Friday, April 14, 2000 - 17 .Great competition' expected when Ohio State visits The Fish Perennial Big Ten contenders look to get season back on track in four-game weekend By Dan Williams ialy Sports Writer -The Ohio State baseball team hasn't gotten off to as quick a start as it would have liked. With two conference series under their belt, the Big Ten preseason favorite Buckeyes (4-4 Big Ten, 21-11 overall) find themse...…

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…18 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, April 14, 2000 A different trip begins as 4fe moves on here's a reason you sleep through the transition from drunk to hungover. It hurts. You've probably done it before. Now imagine that you're making that transitionL in a coach-class seat at 7:30 in the morn- V ing. It's snowing in April, and your plane has paused on the runway for a coat of deicing fluid. The RICK pilot is telling you, FREEMAN for some re...…

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… The Michigan Daily - Friday, April 14, 2000 - 19 KING OF THE COURTS By Brian Steere AN Daily Sports Writer r some athletes, being the best in their sport is the only thing that matters. But for Michigan senior t nis player Matt Wright, it's been a strong commitment to both academics and athletics that's driven him to suc- ceed. With the season nearing its end and graduation approaching, Wright knows that he's about to conclude a chapter ...…

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…20 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, April 14, 2000 NCAA Continued from Page Ib Georgia, Utah, Alabama, and Nebraska. The Wolverines placed third in their six- team Session 2 semifinal. Although Michigan's performance earned it a spot in the Super Six tomor- row, in light of the team's No. I ranking, a sixth place finish is an obvious disap- )ointment. At the most crucial point of he year, in the meet that the Wolverines ;iave spent an entire se...…

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… The Michigan Daily - Friday, April 14, 2000 - 21 THREE'S COMPANY By Rhonda Gilmer N Daily Sports Writer 11 for one, and one for all!" They're not quite the Three Musketeers, but the famous slogan is perfectly appropriate. Talking to them might seem like they are unknowingly sharing a1 secret about some common bond1 between three young women. They laugh and converse together1 almost like three fairies, letting outi th r knowledge like pixi...…

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…22 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, April 14, 2000 Women's netters start preparations for BTT with road trip By Joe Smith Daily Sports Nritr It's crunch time. With the end of the conference season rapidly approaching. and the top six teams within one victory of each other . it's time to separate the women from the girls. For most teams, oiiur matches remain on their schedule - four opportunities to improve their seed for the Big Ten Tournamen...…

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… UNSUNG - , P ~ By David Mosse N Daily Sports Writer ebruary 26, 2000, the Big Ten Championships in Bloomington. Moments following the 600- Ameter race, sophomore Jeremy Schneider was found lying on the floor -of the tunnel adjacent to the arena, with his head in his hands. The most poignant image of the Indoor season spoke volumes about Michigan's track and field star. Schneider had just concluded what he termed "the most disappointing rac...…

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…24 -;The Michigan Daily - Friday, April 14, 2000 Thomas invited to Pre-Draft camp "F 8y Dena Beth Krischer Daily Sports Writer Oh, the places she'll go. .Senior forward Stacey Thomas has been invited to attend the invitation- only 2000 Women's National Iasketball Association Pre-Draft amp at the Moody Bible Institute in Chicago. The camp started yesterday and will continue through Saturday. 'The pre-draft camp is composed of about 100 playe...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Friday, April 14, 2000 - 25 w Top Big Ten foes on deck for Michigan crew at home By Albert Kim Daily Sports Writer The No. 7 Michigan rowing team hopes to avoid getting snowed under - both literally and figuratively - this weekend as it hosts rivals Ohio State and Michigan State at Ford Lake in Ypsilanti on Saturday and Sunday. Despite the cancellation of last week- end's race due to weather, the team hasn't lost intensi...…

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…26 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, April 14, 2000 FRIDAY Focus s 1 t " ''' n " . . .- F r v _ ,, ,_ i . r t _ 4- L N z a4 F h 'fir y x'.. . i , t , Syr i i a 'I r r' k' e, i .> >,. 9 a,. , x? By David Enders a Daily St Although most students may not know it, the heat emanating from the kiosks arund Central Campus comes from an underground steam tunnel system that supplies heat to all loal University buildings. Many older schools have sim...…

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