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September 15, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 142) • Page Image 1

…C*Itg I4UU 74714w i A#- -JLR- - - veather y: Partly cloudy. High 66. Low 47. omorrow: Partly cloudy. High 67. may .hur One hundred eight years of editoriadfreedom Wednesday September 15. 1999 ' ' to sign Microsoft deal campus niedia Jeremy W. Peters y Staff Reporter The U.S. Sixth Circuit Court of ppeals; with jurisdiction over the tate of Michigan, delivered a ruling ast Wednesday that upheld the 1997 sion by a federal district co...…

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…2- The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 15, 1999 NAdbTesNORLD FOrida braIce%%s fr lr 's AROUND THE NATION 0 COCOA BEACH, Fla. (AP) - Heavy rain from one of the most fearsome storms of the century began to lash the coast ahead of Hurricane Floyd last night, as evacuees from Florida to the Carolinas streamed inland in bumper-to-bumper traffic. Nearly two million people were told to get out of the way as Floyd skirted the north-central F...…

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… LOCAL/STATE The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 15, 1999 - 3 *HIGHER EDUCATIONM U. California student group *fights repeal University of California Student Association officials said they plan use newly reinstated lobbying power to con- vince the University's Board of Regents to repeal the ban on affirmative action. The group plans to appeal to state leg- islature and officials who may aid in increasing diversity on the California- sy...…

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…4 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 15, 1999 Cbe Sidligwn DilQg 420 Maynard Street Ann Arbor, MI 48109 daily.letters@umich.edu Edited and managed by students at the University of Michigan HEATHER KAMINS Editor in Chief JEFFREY KOSSEFF DAvID WALLACE Editorial Page Editors Unless otherwise noted, unsigned editorials reflect the opinion ofthe majority of the Daily's editorial board. All other articles, letters and cartoons do not ne...…

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…The Michigan Daiy - Wednesday, September 15. 1999 5 LOCAL/STATE sate at .MSF eetng UAW continues Field trip fun talks as contract deadline nears By Jeanni Batr and Jewe At last ni~ ghNs Assembly e nic t Vikram Sarm', ai f ber, broughit tion a statement tha "to questiOn he MSA." The tatemnt Defend Affirmi A the Michigan St Elections - Nv lished in the Aciv publication putO eut Student Assembly. "Why is MSA en paign?" Sarma ask ass...…

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…me mivcngan vasty - weanesaay, geptemoer in 1 - r ndonesian ~oliers loot U.N. mission *DILI, Indonesia (AP) -- Indonesian soldiers looted the abandoned U.N. mission in East Timor yesterday, just hours after 110 U.N. personnel and 1,300 East Timorese were evacuated and flown to safety to end a 10-day siege. Office equipment and computers were carted away and vehicles were trashed by the soldiers - "the very people we asked to secure the compo...…

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… *Jonatha Brooke ® Solo artist Jonatha Brooke performs tonight at the Ark. A former member of the group The Story, Brooke takes his own act on the road with a heightened essence of emotion. 8 p.m. ZJftre £ktihdmx &ttiug Tomorrow in Daily Arts: U Weekend, Etc. is back with an entire issue devoted to back-to-school days! Don't forget to check out the List, too! Wednesday September 15, 1999 *DVDs push today's home film viewing standards By E...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 15, 1999 - 11 SC teacher Rechy creates chiling DS ier Los Angeles Times The scene: a hot night in the City of Angels. Santa Ana "devil winds" breathe fire through the canyons. The time: Summer 1981 - the final ments before the AIDS epidemic. The cast of characters: gay pornographer Za-Za LaGrande; Dave, a leather biker into S&M; Jesse, a lusty young street hustler; and Clint, a handsome fortysomething...…

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…12= Th~e M"ichiglan Daily - Wednesday, September 15, 1999 M Y Y YyY N 4jN~ Ali, p Lr4 9 ~44~ }( 3D A v FORTUNE PAIES M FORK EK RU Irrma if eookng forward to the week as much as you lok forward to the weekend. Imagine spending each minutewith unimited opportunity and continuous options. At Ernst & Young w e provide access to the most sophisticated and cffective tools in the industry. See you Monday. www.ey.com i …

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…The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 15, 1999 - 13 'Miss America' uses new format, clothing °: : ;.. e _ . 49 t 'Amy' lays down the law of legality and family relationships Associated Press ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) - Eager to lure new viewers and des- perate to bring back old ones, Miss America has tried just about every- ting to appeal to viewers in recent ears. She held a call-in poll on the bathing suit competition She let viewers...…

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…14 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 15, 1999 Creative, namic stones Former 'Melrose' vixen stars in drama 'Profiler' reappear e Wahington Post. With the surprising popularity of the summertime quiz show "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire," it might be tempting to envision next-millennium television as a variety of game shows broken up by the news magazine programs proliferat- ing throughout the prime-time network schedule. Bt as the ...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 15, 1999 - 15 'BS brings diverse programming to 31st season Angeles Times ntering its 31st year, PBS contin- to stress its "commitment to lore the diversity of the American )f course, the public television work and its 349 member stations offer diversity in its range of adcast fare. "If PBS doesn't do it, a will?" is more than a mere slo- Vith competition from cable a en, PBS argues that, instead of i...…

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…itbord Eg Tracking 'M' teams MAJOR LEAGUE BALTIMORE 13. COLORADO 7 The Michigan volleyball team vaulted four spots to BASEBALL AthletCS6 New York 2 21 in this week's USA Today/AVCA Division I Coa Arwiea.Lague SetileS5 HOUSTON 12, Deti 7TAMPA BAY Phi a 2 Poll. The Wolverines' next match is Friday at 7 p.m. CHICAOO New Yak 10, Milwaukee 4 when they visit South Carolina for the Carolina Clas Aeaheim B TORONTO 6 ST. LOUIS 1 KANSAS CITY 6 ARIZONA 2...…

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…t T E 1 r r s c e fl c r r K Wednesday, September 15, 1999 - The Michigan Daily -17 i 1I' stickers ranked after disappointing losses M cheKern 'Spot Wnter With its 3-0 loss to No. 8 James adison on Sunday, the Michigan field ckey team fell to 3-3 on the season. ite its record, the team was n No. 12 in the first STX/NFHCA oaches Poll of the season released yes- rday. The high ranking can be attrib- ed mostly to a difficult early-season he...…

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…18 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 15, 1999 rM. "funk -,ss e . ^ 1 sq , a"7 ry'r w 0 . limp y a ' . ,, o- oil qs iv, w :5 w 5. Yr , X < woo A.L } u s hs +tr s" r!a r c Vii: ." ' (.:., S 5 I him Y; ..r "aoY :j F J C ''(: ;I yj k% , 4'^ Sy 3k FJ, 4 !mygro ., r" fi °. 14. x Us% s ,1"73 i ~ " . x .: .10 "S L e 3 Ys <l . S' '" b4CS Yr y f' E .77! s j ks a. <'z t:, Shi'"aoa y'a '<. i £, Y 5 " ..'Xs.. i '..Ey y : h/ F R:ir ,FEi 4: y' 4 :...…

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…Wednesday Septerber 15, 1999 - The Michigan Daily - 19 AROUND THE HORN- Co ers double QB system wasn't as dany as eers n John Cooperland, the city of proud. Columbus -- more specifically, Ohio State, especially under John Cooper's office - is the Cooper, chokes in the big game (see: er of the world. No, not the foot- Cooper's 2-9-1 record against orld, not the college football Michigan). Time and again, the orld, not even the Big Ten world. B...…

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… ow No. 2,Mihgn ry _IT, r I' '9 6 4a,""ointed with worst since ena KrLscher Sports 5\ rier s hard to be humble when y otre as working as the Michigan volleybal In just six matches, the erines have proven themselves by of. if not better than their tmea- o. 21 ranking in the 1999 USA y AVCA top 25 poll. They've daz- the country with a 5-1 start under utelage of first-year coach, Mark n, along with three sery talented men. e Wolverines secure...…

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…22 Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 15, 1999 an State looking to avoid 1998 repeat STATE COLLEGE (AP) - A sea- son-opening victory against an overrat- ed top25 team, a blowout and a close call'-against Pittsburgh. What is this, 199;I1 over again for No. 3 Penn State?, The Nittany Lions had better No Bo Pit No. year, they started 3-0 by beating Southern Mississippi, routing ig Green and sneaking past rgh. Then they got clobbered at )h...…

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