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November 15, 1999 (vol. 110, iss. 34) • Page Image 1

…eather oday: Partly cloudy. High 42 omorrow: Partly cloudy. Higt 43F . Low 30. h 45. One hundred nihe years fed'1 r77lfr eedom Monday November 15, 1999 $.t .. C ,..5 .S $ X M K ~ . 1. L .,.Y :.", 'v J ':' Y H i'v i .. D :,Y U r . . i p'. MK' k }4M } "ti'y C r '^d f.: Q : omty Vor,,l ++ :. Mp iy A IASA s aiJody Slmone Kay aiy Staff Reporter Five hours before the 14th Annual Indian American Student Association Cultural Show on Friday, las...…

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…2A - The Michigan Daily -- Monday, November 15, 1999gA Tio n!isLe Tuition freeze among slate of election issues MSA Continued from Page 1A pass as many resolutions as they want but I don't see any real change coming about," said FRAT Party Chair Ray Howell, who is vying for an LSA seat. Ross Kirschner, a BP member and LSA candidate, said freezing the cost of tuition is a bad idea. "The University is an integral part of the state. The state l...…

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… LOCAL/S TATE The Michigan Daily - Monday, November 15, 1999 - 3A eCAMPUS Alternative Spring Break extends deadline Alternative Spring Break, a commu- nity service program centered around the week of spring break, when stu- dents travel to various destinations across the country to work with com- munities, has extended its application deadline to Friday. ASB organizes sites by issues, includ- ing youth and education, domestic vio- lence, bor...…

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…4A - The Michigan Daily - Monday, November 15, 1999 Ghb Btirigu t!Dilg Welfare and drugs -A lesson in 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 Making laws is by no means an easy job. Legislators must make sure that each law they draft and is complete- ly fair, impartial and...…

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… Seamus Heaney lectures at Rackham Ampitheatre. The Nobel laureate presents "Getting the Picture: Reflections on Art and Artists in Ireland." 5 p.m. Ltldgan ,gg Tomorrow in Daily Arts: Check out Breaking Records with reviews of the new Korn and A Tribe Called Quest albums Monday November 15, 1999 y4 ;r4 2'Ehrdebig1bilac oHl By Curtis Zimmermann Daily Arts Writer During the encore of her show Thursday night at Hill Auditorium, Melissa Ether...…

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…-e CAMERA FOUND in Alley between E.U, and Church St. on Sat. morning. Call 741- 8665 to retrieve. CONCERTS. HILL AUD. Two Seats Each 'jothenburg Symphony, Feb 5 Czech Symphony, Apr 1. Orchestra Center. Row K. subscription Price. 994-3537 eves. CARLSON PROPERTIES NOW LEASING FOR MAY 2000 332-6000 We take pride an offering the Best in Student Housing. carlsonproperties.com|| 7 BDRM. HOUSE: 3 bath, furnished. totally renoxvated. charming - all...…

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… VOCAL/STATE The Michigan Daily - Monday, November 15, 1999 -- 7A 4ASA ontinued from Page A classical dances, to Indian-American cu- iure at the beginning of a new millenni- um, shown with an integration of hip-hop into the performances. Shouts and cheers resonated through- out the auditorium, at the beginning of the first dance, "Fire and Ice." "Fire and Ice" was a blend of ancient classical forms of Bharata Natyam, Kuchipudi $d Odissi that...…

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…8A - The Michigan Daily -- Monday, November 15, 1999 Theatre of Voices debuts ensemble By Nick Falzone Daily Arts Writer A vocal music performance entitled "Fragments" might suggest at first a loosely strung series of songs, a reper- toire with few, if any, significant segues. Yet Theatre of Voices, a vocal ensemble that performed in their University Musical Society debut on Friday evening, proved that titles can be misleading; the group's se...…

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…1 Ie SiTrigan iIg k ::I Michigan , Penn State Pen mont Defense shushes critics, Lions rushers By Rick Freeman Daily Sports Editor STATE COLLEGE - When it was all over, Todd Howard was too tired to properly celebrate. He took a cheerleader's giant 'M' flag, waved it back and forth a few times, and had to give it back to go slap hands with the Michigan fans - most of whom had traveled more than 300 miles to see the biggest win of Michigan's...…

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…2B - The Michigan Daily - SportsMonday, November 15, 1999 = LUB SPORTS CORNER EDITED BY DAVID DEN HERDER Women missing point, too many free throws KIM115U UL AIUk.HI, Jolly Sean O'Brien (right) defends Michigan's honor against Harvard's Sandeep Boppana. En gade. Blue hosts tourney Eight schools turn out for USFA event on North Campus By Raphael Goodstein Daily Sports Writer The Michigan women's basketball team is not good enough to win w...…

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…SportsMonday - November 15, 1999 - The Michigan Daily - 38 -crer dominance keys Blue Al e lieigan goals stem r penalty corners T. J. BERKA Teeing Of f New clownish unformns are d'r ace to Michigan basketba ll tradition By David R" ally Sp WINST -N As M4ichigan h a 0 ostot or the NCAA fnal lo n field hockey, y can iton aked ans, a lute dom- inanne in pedy corner play this weekend. The Wolvnrine domi nant 13-7 eialty-corner rvantag against ak...…

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…46 The Michigan Daily - SportsMonday - November 15, 1999 .AME STATIST4 Team Stats First Downs Rushes/Yards Passing Yards Offensive Plays Total Offense Return Yards Comp/AttAnt Punts/Avg Fumbkes/Ist Penalties/Yards Time of Poss MIC" 24 50/129 282 87 411 161 18/37/3 7/37.9 1/0 11/85 38:50 PSU 14 2017 271 60 278 165 20/40 8/40. 3/3 21:1 M I C H I G A N PASSING Player C- Brady 1 7-3E Johnson 1- Totals 18-3 RUSHING A. Tomas 34 Shea 4 Cross. 1...…

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…Wn Urfc k b~iijanll '(1 VI IIIiI 1a(M LJaII uu p'us Out of t, oa Page I After last season's finish left a sour taste in the Wolverines' mouths, the Michigan women's basketball team finds itself with some. nifished business Heartbreaking finish still motivation for this season's Wolverines By Michael Kern O DAILY SPoRs WRJTER In their final game of the season, the Wolverines found themselves clinging to just a one-point lead over Mich...…

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…II - The Michigan Daily - Women'sBaskebaI'99 - Monday, November 15, 1999 PURDUE 0 Coach: Kristen Curry 1998-99 Record: 34-1, 16-0 (1st, NCAA Champions) Starters Returning: Camille Cooper 9.7 ppg, 4.9 rpg; Katie Douglas 14. 1 ppg, 6.2 RPG Make or Break: Purdue lost 50 per- cent of its scoring, so the new front line needs to make more shots. "We're always in the mood for a repeat," said first-year Purdue coach Kristen Curry, as though the thoug...…

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…I Monday, November 15, 1999 - Woe'sBasktbdII99-The Michigan Daily - R RTHWESTERN 5-11 (9th. Coach: June Olkowski 1998-99 Record: 12-16, no postseason) c Starters Returning: Dana Leonard 12.0 ppg, .707 FT%; Leslie Schock 14 ppg, 6.2 rpg Make or Break: Defense is key - Northwestern can't give its oppo- nents 2015 points again if it wants to obtain a winning record. ..... . :. .... ........ ......... .... .... .... ... ... . . . . . Another...…

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…Y - The Michigan Daily - WOmen 'Basdetball'99 - Monday, November 15, 1999 Meet the olverines BIES Height: 6-3 Class: freshman Position: C Hometown: Lakeview GooDLow Height: 6-2 Class: sophomore Position: F Hometown: Detroit INGRAM JARA Height: 5-7 Class: sophomore Position: G Hometown: Quito, Ecuador MILLER Height: 6-2 Class: junior Position: C/F Hometown: Grand Haven ROBINSON Height: 5-9 Class: freshman Position: G Hometown: Detroit T...…

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… The Michigan Daily - SportsMonday -- November 15, 1999 - 58 I.+w c.>1ht.. 19F' VAt1 M aw IP IE i t l Lions offense? 0.3 yards AndyLatack But after Brady continued his season-long ( Dai y Sps Editor trend of engineering late-game heroics -- this STATE COLLEGE -- With just under a minute time scrambling for a touchdown with 3:26 E left, the Michigan defense had Penn State right remaining to cut the Penn State lead to 27-24 - where it wanted ...…

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…68 -The Michigan Daily - SportsMonday - November 15, 1999 4l IF Act Now Against Global Warming Devastating droughts. Killer heat waves. Enormous storms. The 1990's were the hottest decade on record, with a major increase in weather extremes. Climate scientists now overwhelmingly agree that global warming is real, and that x increased temperatures will lead to rising sea levels, destruction of forests, the spread of tropical diseases, and mor...…

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…SportsMonday - November 15, 1999 - The Michigan Daily - 7 nlockey wins With offensijve s U in iS *P rt i By Stephanie Offen Daily Sports Writer OXFORD - In the amount of time it takes to blink an eye, nod one's head or snap one's fingers, the Michigan offense showed up and stole victory from Miami on Saturday. The dominance the RedHawks displayed over the, Wolverines in the first period of Saturday's game seemed to light a fire under the Mich...…

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…SB The Michigan Daily -- SportsMonday - November 15, 1999 'M' freshmen show up Team Prestige Crawford, Gaines combine for 28 last night Tortoise-like Michigan steadily finds success by David Den Herder Daily Sports Writer Team Prestige was taken to school at Crisler Arena last night. The class? Michigan 101. As in Michigan 101, Team Prestige 74. With a showtime-style perfor- mance from their two freshman guards, Jamal Crawford and Kevin Gai...…

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