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September 28, 2000 (vol. 110, iss. 151) • Page Image 1

…Thursday Oe hundedn in ea f dtoril f~freedom 2Se ptembe 8,200 NEWS: 76-DAILY CLASSIFIED: 764-0557 Setebe i2,20 f, OLSA works to st engthen AP dept. Labor committee appointed RRRwdw By Jen Fish Daily Staff Reporter Attempting practices and manufacturin versity Pres announced the By Rachel Green Committee on Daily StaffReporter Rights. The new, pe With the addition of four new facul- mended by an ty members to the Asian Pacific Amer- J...…

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… 2A - TheMichigan DaIly -- Thursday, September 28, 2000 NATION/WORLD APA Continued from Page :IA heart of what we're doing." He said while the Asian Pacific American, Latino/a and Native American divisions are all housed within American Culture, African American studies is a separate but related department. To celebrate the revisal of the APA division, the fac- ulty is hosting a celebration today in Stillman's office, 2443 Mason Hall, now t...…

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… LOCAL/STATE The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 28, 2000 - 3A RESEARCH esearch shows ocolate can elp save lives tating chocolate can help fight car- ascular disease and cancer, iccording to a recent study by scien- st the University of Scranton. 'fihe reason being that chocolate is a igh-quality and high-quantity source f 'ntioxidants, generally found in 1uits and vegetables. Chocolate also contains flavonoids aich can help eliminated...…

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…4A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 28, 2000 Cbe iricua &zltg Now you know, and knowing is half the battle 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 E MILY ACHENBAUM Editorial Page Editor Unless otherwise noted, unsigned editorials reflect the opinion of the majority of the Daily's editorial board. All other articles, let...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 28, 2000 - 5A Opportunities created here. M&A Investigate career opportunities at today's leading global technology M&A advisor and private equity firm. i Technology Broadview Interviews At the Bell on Thu Tower rsday, October 19, 2000 Hotel Bring together today's hottest industries - technology and global financial services. Add a work environment that fosters knowledge in IT, communicati...…

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… 6A - The Michigan Daily -- Thursday, September 28, 2000 =4eZ for sale FOR SALE: Lovely 950 sq. ft. home 15 min. driving to UM campus. (734) 622-9318. PARKING SPOT AVAIL. on Washt. btw S.U. & Observ. Email adspence@umich.edu THE FISH Doctors Aquarium Showroom. Everything that you need for your fish tanks. 434-1030. AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY Contemporary 1 & 2 bdrm. apts. near Kerrytown. Vaulted ceilings, balcony. Don't miss out on this opportun...…

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…ISSUES Continued from Page 1A loans, which are repaid. But recently the situation has reversed with 40 percent of funds given in grants and 60 percent in leans. "There's tons of financial aid out there," Wilcox said, but not everyhody knows where to find it. Although higher education expenses still seem high, 80 percent of students pay less than the sticker tuition price, Pals said adding that the average aid package is S11,000 for students at...…

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… -'ftm ,.-a And the winner is... unior Mark Pilja, who was named Big Ten athlete of the week in men's cross country for his performance last w\eek- end in Seattle. Read all about it online. michigandaily.com/sports Zhu fidthtga g IPoiTrS THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 28, 2000 8A Struggling Falcons next for 'MI STEPHANIE OFFEN By David Horn Daily Sports Writer 'Athletes lose skht of9SP ortsmansz i, fter both of his touchdowns in Sunday's victor...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, September 28, 2000 - 9A 'Shoegate' over for Badgers M hockey lands another 001 verbal commitment Eric Nystrom of the U.S. National Team Development Program Under- lI team has verbally agreed to play 'ht the University of Michigan next fall. Nystrom, a 6-foot-1, 191-pound forward from Syosset, NY, and son 6f former New York Islander Bob ystrom, currently has two goals and three assists in seven games. He joins fo...…

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…OA - The Michigan Daily - Thursaay, September 28, 2000 OFFEN Continued from Page 8A Brown started the Kentucky game on the bench Saturday. Spurrier took action but it may have been too little, too late. These players seem too self-concerned to care about tltese sanctions. Both Gaf nev and Brown still saw playing time and racked up individual statistics in the game. San Francisco coach Steve Mariucci also imposed sanctions on Owens, cut- ting...…

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…The Michigan Daily -- Thursday, September 28, 2000 - 11k~ U."knocks off Cuba, wins surpie gold SYDNEY, Australia (AP) - No names, no more. "I said that' when this is over, everybody in ,the world is going to know about these play- ers," manager Tomn Lasorda said. "And by 4 olly, they do" By doing what no one thought possible, a ragtag bunch of US. minor leaguers won their ,country's first baseball gold medal and ful- filled the prediction of...…

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… t - Weekend, etc. III III III September 28th Featured Restaurant Argiero's Italian Restaurant Come to Argiero's for an evening of home- made authentic Italianlining where Mama Rosa is always cooking up one of her spe- cialties. Tme Argiero's Brothers and their friendly staff welcome the guests and cal make the experience a night to remember. I4 } ~ g N. - yp "Beer and Circus: How Big-Time College Sports Is Crippling Undergraduate Educat...…

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…B -The Michigan Daily - Weekend, etc. Magazine - Thursday, September 28, 2000 -I-_-----.T - Ammr- -- W W i W The Michigan Daily - eekend, etc. Magair A weekly guide to who's where, what's happeningand why you need to be there ... The Ltst Thursday, Sept. 28 through Wednesday, Oct. 4 ENACTING POLICY Films opening eautiful Sometimes, there's so much eauty in the world, I feel like I can't han- le it and my heart just fills up li...…

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… i 1 .a Af 6B he Michigan Daily -- i1d, etc. Magazine - Th ay, September 2$, 200 0 The Michigan Day-- Weekend, etc,' .. .. Students clean up environment through Project Serve, ASH By Elizabeth Pensler Weekend, Etc. editor Students at the University often wonder how they can get involved with the community. The youth of the '60s found many outlets for helping others; they fought for civil rights and women's liberation. But in the 21st C...…

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…9 S - Th ! Mirhioan Dlv - Weekend. eIt.Maea~ine - Thursdav. September 28, 2000 0 _ The Michigan Daily -teekend, etc. Mal I c> - me vna115 grV varry rc. a~rlS v us u-,-9 -- -... PERU A w~ ~nr Vm te V~l 0 1(ncoi:Jai~ tIPuCUO b ~~0 Ino pnk.At dmos ZQJUUICCItil ~02S I m Sam Hollenshead A farmer wields a hoe whFile han'f of the Peruvian population are "at Peru, with a population of 23 million, is a country of extreme cul- tural and phy...…

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