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…242 ' m--qcRAKqra 7il ow a till ua LL- - weatner Today: Mostly Cloudy. High 52. Low 37. Tomorrow: Mostly cloudy. Hgh 49. One hundred nine year of edit rilfreedom Monday October 18, 1999 i I y-, ,,i i r, . rs*,' 3.- i vk c~ 2 :: I chapters meet on campus By Jon Fish For the Daily "You're not going to win all your fights, but you have to at least show up," said American Civil Liberties Union Assistant to the Executive Director for Devel...…

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…2A - The Michigan Daily - Monday, October 18, 1999 NATION/WORLD ACLU members gather at Ufor college conference ACLU Continued from Page 1A research to find whether the University has a history of dis- crimination against minorities or if the University has ever created a hostile environment for minority students. "There seems to be a lot of apathy at the University behind the liberal facade," she said, adding that she hopes the con- ferenc...…

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… LOCAL/STATE-- MaOoer 18. 1999 - 3A CAMPUS 6 UBC prof. to give lecture on Japanese history Asian studies associate Prof. Joshua Mostow, from the University of British Columbia, will be giving a lecture titled, "Court, Commoner, and Country: Visual Appropriation and the 'Tales of Ise"' as part of the Noon Lecture Series. Mostow will discuss two histori- cal times in Japanese history: the late Heian - 12th Century - and the early Meiji - 1870s...…

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…4A - The Michigan Daily - Monday. October 18, 1999 (Zte Wtrbtgtttt 4 ttil Squelching the scourge of teenage hormones 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 of the majority of the Daily s editorial board. All o...…

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… *Poetry ain Ann Waid man and Ron lPa-gett read at Rackham Amitheater. As part of the Alternative Press Sympos;ium. Waidman and Padgett will share their poetry with thh public. 7:30 p.m. .bc idigan&iL Tomorrow in Daily Arts: Check out Breaking Records with a review of "Right Back," Long Beach Dub All-Stars' first post-Sublime release. Monday October 18, 1999 5A SondliciIm musical showcases 1cast tln By Evelyn Miska F or tle. Daily An intim...…

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…ml 1111 s ( -, PA4RKING. Near S. Univ. & S. Forest, St(40, expires 8-31-00. Call Brian 827-09 1. 77/ automotive Got a house to rent for Fall 2000? The Daily's 40,090 readers start looking early! Advertise with the Classifieds. Call 764-0557. FULLER EAS'r APTS. at 120 Fuller. B~eautiful 2 bdrm fur-nished/utrn PApt Nwaox8te 2an.il. ,1 A/ C, park inig. laundry , 2 in.O ' :k rt M Med. (Cir. -483-4657. MAY AND) FALL. RENTALS ;Availahle-3. 4i ...…

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…reeks ho artU y, fun' .... By Jodie Kaufman portray," sa 'Daily Staff Reporter Alpha Phi In an attempt to dispel attitudes about The alco the Greek system and alcohol, the Alpha year anni Sigma Phi fraternity and the Alpha Phi University sorority worked together to dispel who died stereotypes Saturday at the first Alcohol falling fr ree Party held at Palmer Field. Markley ' Ve wanted to have an event that Although a uld mix the Greek and Unive...…

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…8A - The Michigan Daily - Monday, October 18, 1999 Bolcom's operatic 'Bridge given grand view in Chicago By Christopher Tkaczyk Daily Arts Writer CHICAGO - Attempting to fine tune a masterpiece takes a bit of effort. Four years of effort, exactly, in the case of "A View from the Bridge," the opera based upon Arthur .Miller's great play of the same name. Commissioned by the Lyric Opera of Chicago in 1995, Music Prof. William Bolcom worked wi...…

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…ire Mlirbigmti uiIg PORTS ..... *~~~~~~Pg 1.8 . ,C.C' 'CC WOLVERINE INTERREGIONAL Soccer fails to clinch Big Ten title By Dan Williams Daily Sports Writer It was an honest mistake on Saturday night at the Michigan hockey game when the announcer declared that the soccer team had clinched at least a share of the Big Ten title with its 2-0 win over Minnesota. It certainly seemed like Michigan was destined to finish at the top of the confere...…

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…2B - The Michigan Daily - SportsMonday - October 18, 1999 CLUB SPORTS CORNER Errf Y DAVID DEN HERDER Blue waterpolo dominates competition at invitational Defending national champ 'M' moves to 20-1 Capitalizing on their final chance to play host this season, the Michigan men's waterpolo club defeated Miami (Ohio) yes- terday, 17-1, at Canham Natatorium. The victory punctuated Michigan's sweep of the Wolverine Invitational. Although the Wolv...…

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…The Michigan Daily - SportsMonday - October 18, 1999 - 3B 'Individuals' bond to spike Northwestern Volleyball regroups against Wildcats after heartbreaking loss to Michigan State T. J. BERKA M :y f By Raphael Goodstein Daily Sports Writer One year ago this week, the Michigan volleyball team bounced back from a sweep against Michigan State to take a must-win game against Minnesota. This year, Michigan faced a similar challenge from Northw...…

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…4B - The Michigan Daily - SportsMonday - October 18, 1999 O'Malley - O' so good in relief' Sophomore proves to be more than competent replacement By Chris Grandstaff Daily Sports Writer Last season was a big change for Kevin O'Malley. For virtually all of his hockey life O'Malley has been his respective teams' starting goalie, but last season fellow freshman Josh Blackburn won the job, and O'Malley was relegated to the bench. In fact, O'Ma...…

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…3n Daily - SportsMonday - October 18, 1999 - 5B S STr~ kFF ICKS All picks made against the spread. Home teams in CAPS. PENN STATE (-11.5) vs. Ohio State Michigan State (-2) vs. PURDUE WISCONSIN (-15) vs. Indiana Minnesota (-2.5) vs. ILLINOIS NORTHWESTERN (-4.5) vs. Iowa NOTRE DAME (-7.5) vs. Southern Cal RICE (-7.5) vs. San Jose State VIRGINIA TECH (-11.5) vs. Syracuse Alabama (-3.5) vs. MISSISSIPPI FLORIDA STATE (-33) vs. Wake Forest Flo...…

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…68 - The Michigan Daily - SportsMonday - October 18, 1999 UPSET Continued from Page 1B win, with a goal and an assist. Beitel's goal, which was set up off a corner kick, was assisted by Laurie Peterson. Freshman Abby Crumpton added an insurance goal in the second half. Crumpton and Beitel are tied for the team scoring lead, with eight goals each. Junior Carissa Stewart added to her record setting total of career victories between the posts fo...…

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…The Michigan Daily - SportsMonday - October 18, 1999 - 78 *Women face questions for Big Ten meet By Arun Gopal Daily Sports Writer Cross country is a fickle sport. In the span of a few weeks, a successful season with a bright future can turn into an unfulfilling season with a lot of questions facing the team. Take this year's Michigan women's cross- 'icountry team. At the start of the season, Michigan coach Mike McGuire fielded a squad with ...…

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…8B - The Michigan Daily - SportsMonday - October 18, 1999 Blue on top of Big Ten 'M' offense explodes against state rivals SPARTANS Continued from Page 1B "I tried to follow the ball and stay focused," Oakes said. "The Michigan fight song occasionally popped into my head." Staying warm was also a challenge for the goalie. "My jersey was cold and damp so I tried to jump around and wiggle my feet to stay warm," Oakes said. Courtney Reid spark...…

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