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… WE.. trirni Untt NEWS: 76-DAILY CLASSIFIED: 7640557 www.michigandally.com One hundred ten years ofeditorialfreedom Wednesday September 5, 2001 4 U to name From the entire staff of The Michigan Daily, welcome back to campus. qks you get acquainted with new classes, new homes and new roommates, the Daily will be here to provide you with a look at what's happening in Ann Arbor as well as around the globe. This month we will celebrate o...…

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…2A - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 5, 2001 NATION/WORLD Suicide bomber injures 13 near school The Washington Post JERUSALEM - Dressed in the skullcap, white shirt and black pants of a devout Jew, a Palestinian suicide bomber was just blocks from the heart of ,downtown Jerusalem yesterday morning when a pair ,of Israeli policemen became suspicious. As they ran up to him yelling "Stop!" the bomber turned, smiled from behind a bea...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 5, 2001- 3A LOCAL/S TATE * HIGHER ED U. Florida stops offering financial aid based on race GAINESVILLE, Fla. - The Uni- versity of Florida Foundation announced last week that UF will no longer award scholarships based on race. "Scholarships are only one part of a comprehensive strategy the univer- sity is using to ensure our student body can remain diverse," Florida Provost David Colburn said in a s...…

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…4A - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 5, 2001 OP/ED ixbe £ridigrn :&ait 420 MAYNARD STREET ANN ARBOR, MI 48109 daily.letters@umich.edu EDITED AND MANAGED BY STUDENTS AT THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN SINCE 1890 GEOFFREY GAGNON Editor in Chief MICHAEL GRASS NICHOLAS WOOMER Editorial Page Editors NOTABLE QUOTABLE ( Our government's secret police, with its allies, put a heav fist upon the scales. There was to be only one story: one m...…

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… LOCAL/STATE The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 5, 2001 -A - Campground standoff ends with second man dead VANDALIA (AP) - A campground standoff ended yesterday with a second man fatally shot after pointing a gun at police, police said. Rolland Rohm, 28, was shot about 6:30 a.m. yes- terday, the day after his roommate was fatally shot by an FBI agent, Cass County Sheriff Joseph Under- wood Jr. said. Grover T. Crosslin, the owner of ...…

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…6A - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 5, 2001 NATION/WORLD Studies: Older drivers less likely to be in crashes The Washington Post Older drivers have long been considered unsafe drivers, hindrances in a fast-paced society. But new studies show that seniors behind the wheel are a greater threat to them- selves than to their fellow travelers. The studies, released yesterday by the Insur- ance Institute for Highway Safety, which repr...…

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… BUSINESSThe Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 5, 2001-7A *Hewlett-Packard buying Compaq for $25 billion Deal would allow merged companies to surpass industry leader Dell Computer Corp. SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) - High-tech giant Hewlett-Packard Co. is buying Compaq Com- puter Corp. for about $25 billion in a block- buster merger bringing together two rivals struggling to survive in the battered computer industry. The stock swap announced Mon...…

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…8A - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, SepteMper 5, 2001 LABOR DAY President gets lukewarm reception I from Teamsters at Detroit picnic Some union members call Bush's visit to a Labor Day picnic embarassing DETROIT (AP) - Union members had mixed reac- tions to President Bush's appearance at the Michigan Teamsters Labor Day picnic. Bush was greeted with cheers and a few boos at as he stepped on the red-white-and-blue-draped podium. He a...…

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… LABOR DAY The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 5, 2001 - 9A High winds cut short annual Mackinac Bridge walk ST IGNACE (AP) - In 31 years of trekking across the Mackinac Bridge on Labor Day, George and Veronica Matar- we had seen some rotten weather. But Monday's winds, so fierce they cut the k short, were a first. "I've seen it cold, I've seen it rainy, but I've never seen anything like this," George Matarwe said midway across the 5...…

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…10A - The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - Wednesday, September 5, 2001 tl . '.. ' ._ - . . ° :. ' :' . - L4 AL, I -IL ., Y Y t ,' l§ n . f K" h * 'i $ 4i' B F ¢ 1 T.R AD I T ION w -S. ,. 4_ *.-. ,. u . a~. o ^ 4 a CO M M U N I T Y One hundred and fifteen years ago, Barney Kroger opened a community grocery store. In 1917, The Kroger Co. opened its first store in Michigan. A lot has changed since then, but we have not forgot...…

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… The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 5, 2001-- hA Author explores rich spirituali of the Simpsons Los Angeles Times Mark I. Pinsky says the secret to writing his new book, "The Gospel According to the Simp- sons," an appreciation of the surprisingly rich spiritual life of the Simpsons and their Spring- dneighbors, was to weave a couple of the s w's jokes onto each page. "I'm mildly amusing at best," says Pinsky, whose book hit stores Sa...…

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…1 Fall into Daily Arts ... Come back to Daily Arts tomorrow as we help you get ready for arts this Fall with our fall preview. nuchigandaily.com /arts RTS WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 5, 2001 12A SUMMER ARTS IN RETROSPECT 3h":"' "?o}:???":;r}:">}:a}:::,x:;bf:":i i> ii i::?2:s:iir5'>fs:>: :<Si: t}?iii: ?C;:;"}o-}} mo }}}:v " 'rr r y is l.?: :rS:??":":"}:i:"}:i};{?"}i<i";"i}Y.{i?";?": yy}}}: :i}j: ;?";:?;:.::i }}}}: ,. h. a. ri"}:'ta>ia:?": :?":">'"...…

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… ART S The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 5, 2001 - 13A Eight shows that would have kept you busy this summer By Ryan Blay and Jennifer Fogel Daily Arts Writers While HBO is showing the first three seasons of "The Sopranos" again, and we all are losing sleep r whether to watch "Love Cruise" "Scrubs" on Tuesdays this fall, now is a good a time as any to point aut some high points in the summer television wasteland. Fear Factor (NBC) -...…

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…14 A - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 5, 2001 ARTS A few goo SI lndy TaylorFabe and Lyle Henretty Dail drts Editors IT-ockbusters. Teen sex romps. Q 'k solid comedies. Usually, these =asaples of the summer film crop. <1Wkver, a blight seems to have rav- ig-d this summer's offerings, with au-par action movies flooding the heat'ers along with jackass comedies thatgo beyond the normal accepted Tet of stupidity. Fortunately, there ....…

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… ARTS The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 5, 2001--15 A i M + +fF' E Barenaked Ladies 're-energize' DTE By Ryan C. Moloney Daily Arts Writer When the Barenaked Ladies took the stage at DTE Energy Music Theatre on August 25, it was under the'shadow of THE lady, warming up for her Sunday night HBO concert at the Palace with a Barenaked Ladies DTE Energy Music Theater August 25, 2001 similarly sold-out show the night before. In typic...…

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…16 A - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 5, 2001 Jay and Silent Bob receive raunchy, drug filled goodbye ARTS , By Andy Taylor-Fabe Daily Film Editor It is clear within a few minutes of watching "Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back" that it is director Kevin Smith's attempt to give his most well-known characters a last hurrah. Or Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back Grade: B+ At Quality Showcase and State perhaps it is just to purge them ...…

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… PheOT ichga Btag SPORTSWEAE Sports desk: 647-3336 sportsdesk@umich.edu 17A ~ , Crisler changes aplenty; students to floor By Joe Smith Daily Sports Editor Students will finally be brought down to the Crisler Arena floor, in the form of 623 bleacher seats behind both the home and visitor's bench. And when they do, they may not r gnize the place - as Crisler has undergone a huge overhaul since new basketball coach Tommy Amaker has arri...…

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…18A - The Michigan Daily - SportsWednesday - September 5, 2001 Hell hath no fury DAILY SCOREBOARD ATHLETE OF THE WEEK MLB STANDINGS NFL EXHIBITION STANDINGS AMERICAN CONFERENCE Eastern Division 0 AMERICAN LEAGUE Eastern Division New York Yankees Boston Toronto Baltimore Tampa Bay Central Division Cleveland Minnesota Chicago White Sox Detroit Kansas City Western Division Seattle Oakland Anaheim Texas NATIONAL LEAGUE Eastern Division Atl...…

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…The Michigan Daily - SportsWednesday - September 5, 2001-19A RAPHAEL O GOODSTEIN Not a game: Michigan * faces diverse challenge j7oshile it might be hackneyed to say that sports is a metaphor for life, a ruling one week ago in a federal appeals court is an upset threat to Michigan. A Georgia-based federal appeals court ruled that the University of Geor- gia's admissions policy, which gives an ever-so-slight preference to non- white applicant...…

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…20A-- The Michigan Daily - SportsWednesday - September 5, 2001 MICHIGAN 31 , MIAMI (OHIO) 13 0 «.riii' w. ri GAME Team Stats First Downs Rushes/Yards Pass ng-Yards Offensive Plays Total Offense Return Yards Comp/Attllnt Punts/Avg Fumbles/Lost Penalt ies/Yards Time of Pass M I PASSING Player Navarre Gonzales Brinton Totals RUSHING Player Askew Bell Perry Underwood Cross y Navarre Totals RECEIVING Player Bell Walker Seymour Bellamy Askew ...…

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…The Michigan Daily - SportsWednesday - September 5, 2001- 21A "I FELT LIKE WE COULD HAVE BEAT MICHIGAN TODAY. I DON'T THINK THEY WERE ALL THEY WERE HYPED UP TO BE." - EDDIE TILLITZ, MIAMI (OHIO) WIDE RECEIVER Walker quiet after first catch; 'M' has chance at all-time No. 1 Mi A M I (O H IO ) PASSING Player Roethlisberger Hawk Totals C-A 18-35 4-9 22-44 Yds 193 30 223 TD 2 O 2 Int 3 3 By Raphael Goodstein Daily Sports Editor Coming i...…

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…------------------- --- GreatLunch on Entree Plus! Featuring a full menu, all-you-can-eat buffet, and Ann Arbor's freshest salad bar, the UClub is a favorite lunch spot for both casually elegant sit-down dining and quick carry-out. 1: In Every Friday and Saturday in September, 7pm-close, buy a footlong sandwich and a medium drink and get a cold 6 inch sandwich FREE'N Good September 2001 only. Does not include veggie footlongs. Not good wit...…

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… The Michigan Daily - SportsWednesday - September 5, 2001 - 23A Changein poll leaves Miami first jnation NEW YORK (AP) - Larry Coker has more than just his first coaching victory at Miami. He has the No. 1 team in the nation. Following a dominating 33-7 victo- ry over Penn State, the Hurricanes replaced the Florida Gators at No. I in The Associated Press media poll on Monday. n this week's USA Today/ESPN ches' poll, released Sunday, Flori- da...…

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…A - The Michigan Daily - Sp.ortsWednesday - September 5, 2001 *Io Harrington leads the Ducks past Wisconsin EUGENE, Ore. (AP) - Oregon believed its own marquee billing and nearly blew it. Fortunately for the No. 7 Ducks, quarterback Joey Harrington believed in his uncanny ability to lead his team back. In a flawed but inspired perfor- mance, Harrington threw three touch- down passes and scored on.a 1-yard dive on fourth-and-inches with 4:03...…

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…MER The Michigan Daily -- SportsWednesday -- September 5, 2001-'ZA " " " 9 fi as afiDfi n fi n Ati fi" sys3aBa 't E P r' ro, all tom Crltlclze "N' E 1a az6r "9an ag D x SS EaAsi e b ^ k / a'r"'u: ip o'"o' EsS e= : a ' r4 s ,d4 h > 8 zs de"9i°Mr'M¢ agFKR4 mlti. Yx * 99 r e ali tk a j' e 3 1D 4 I D 'x E ir v u e34t ,Par z e & six ea@8 3 e Y ? a ° i wpm <Aa n i ' i ° :; c la:.a dsdHcS "^w ° h. xk ake ° t "P4 r7 >T, a g p s 19 ' P r a ii+ 'y1nv t...…

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…26A - The Michigan Daily - SportsWednesday - September 5, 2001 2001-02 Basketball schedule *DATE OPPONENT SITE TIME Sun., Nov. 4 EA All-Stars (EX) Ann Arbor 2:00 p.m. Sun., Nov. 11 Nike Elite (EX) Ann Arbor 2:00 p.m. Fri., Nov. 16 Oakland Ann Arbor 7:00 p.m. Tue., Nov. 20 Fairfield Ann Arbor 7:00 p.m. Fri., Nov. 23 Western Michigan Kalamazoo 7:00 p.m. Wed., Nov. 28 Bowling Green Bowling Green 7:00 p.m. Sat., Dec.1 Boston College Ann Arbor 3:3...…

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…soccer scores two victories By David Horn Daily Sports Writer fmetimes, history repeats itself. La t weekend, the Michigan men's soder team - which made history la year by becoming the 24th var- sity team at the school - won its first two games of the season, just as it did last year. The Wolverines played at the 1Mihigan State Invitational in East Lansing, and defeated Robert Morris and University of Wisconsin-Green B4by scores of 2-1 and 1...…

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…I _w . diio MMMMMMW. Editorial page desk: 764-0552 www.michigandaily.com _._ _._ J !f . .... - .. : . .. i ....ci . DUSTIN J. SEIBERT Knowing rights essential to avoid consequences of party backlash Tok the freshmen: *our first words from The Manifesto So this is the path that you have chosen. Did you think long and hard before you decided to make this plunge into our esteemed university? Are you ready to enter our way of VAre you rea...…

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…2B - The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - Wednesday, September 5, 2001 .From Yong Republicans to sectarian Communists, welcome to 'U' politics Nicv WOOMER By Jim Sweeto Editorial Page Staff Writer Despite whatever prediction anyone gave you of what you're college experiences would entail, your transition from grade school to Michigan affords you the opportunity to be an active member of the Uni- versity community. And for some, this ...…

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… STUDENT RIGHTS The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - Wednesday, September 5, 2001--3B d$u1Oai1**BUL, Don't let 'U'fool you, new Code still has old face, same tricks ABOUT THE SERIES n March, The Michigan Daily's editorial board started a series exploring the University's student discipline policies once known as the Code of Student Conduct. This past February, University President Lee Bollinger made a number of changes to the Code,...…

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…4B: .~The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - Wednesday, September 5, 2001 -i i Ml 0 I IE 1111 0 1S o 0 ONOMM09 I4 Uentral Campus' Full Service Grocery Serving Ann Arbor Since 1070 Full line of Groceries " Fresh Produce, Meat & Dairy Ice Cream & Frozen Foods " Bottled Waters, Juices & Pop School & Household Supplies* Magazines & Comics Wine o Spirits * Beer." Cigars & Lots More!! VILAECORNER Pitchers. ... .$3.5O Margaritas. .....…

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… The Michigan Daily -- New Student Edition - Wednesday, September 5, 2001 -- 50B *- 4 a a rt m 1 -.992 UNNIM.- U U I rir~hrwt~rnm ( y -. .... , k J J: .. ... ..lfJ: pq.m ,, f j; .,.'"$ , F f ; : z: f ;: "f1 rd >i m i4'i '. 1 GJ'y'p'% c }%" :1..,: -" ";$: .i } 'r / : . iAn1MNi. a . air*w. ,;. IE) BOOKSTORE 549 E. University " 662.3201 .we're more than a bookstore! 3M C A~r ~ f 'K J by The Michigan Daily Readership Poll 2001 TEXT...…

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…6B -,The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - Wednesday, September 5, 2001 -f If authorities continue to attack traditions, students may react, torch South U. Affirmative action not a simple ., GRASS Continued from Page 1B to keep the crowd on the sidewalks. But the intensifying frustration was too much. In one instant, a group of students rushed into the street and sat down. More followed. The trickle of protesters grew into a deluge....…

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…I The Michigan Daily -- New Student Edition - Wednesday, September 5, 201 7B U.s. 23 & WASHTENAW IN THE BEAUTIFUL NE 734-6 7-370/ ARBORLAND MALL w C f { t Y e + P' r 1. . c k . i fii fr r rk ,, .., r: t .h" t t ..} 4 . .'i t Y ft? Ei x Y e i 1 t r.Ar..,t;1 , . t i ;' ( , # e Y i :., i 3 I ? S i t q 1 , cumFmAdm m -in U ot Students!' W310., NQ *Freshly Made Soups Er Sandwiches *Sliced Fresh To Order Lunch Meat Er Cheese *Deli Trays ...…

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…8B - The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - Wednesday, September 5, 2001 After 110 years, Daily still center of activism, debate. By Michael Grass Daily Editorial Page Editor Many of our parents know the name Al Haber. But very few students today have ever heard of him. And those who have probably learned the name in Prof. Matthew Lassiter's history of the 1960s course. Haber was the first president of Students for a Democratic Society -...…

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…Y'c 3. : s"-P ,k.. _. "i; .fir... ?k <c? ... ;4 - .-... - ,{ .. .' -Mlow New Student Edition fews desk: 76-DAILY ww. michigandaily. com rte. t w 3 w L St fi v i U.Nt E .......... MICHAEL 'U' prepares its defense GRASS By Eizabeth Kassab Daily Staff Reporter .You 're in college now, thave your suburban TRL past behind Twas never in the "freshman face" book. Perhaps during the I summer of 1998, I glanced over and threw out the applica...…

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…2C - New Student Edition - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 5, 2001 Important information for 'U' White House scientist to head SNRF Campus operator on campus off campus General information Counseling services Nite Owl Bus Service Northwalk Safewalk Sexual Assault Crisis Line U-M Hospital Emergency U-M Public Safety and Security Undergraduate library Law library Media Union Financial Aid office Office of the Registrar dial 0 764-...…

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…E !, Wednesdav. September 5, 2001 - The Mic'hioa~n flaih - Ne~w Stuident Edition ----v 3C"~* .1, *uItAJ tS..AUtI . , .- PULLING RANKS 'U' ranks sixth in Peace Corps volunteers By Ted Borden lly Staff Reporter When the Peace Corps released its annual list of the colleges and universities with the largest number of volunteers in March, the University ranked sixth, with 65 volunteers presently active. Campus recruiter Denise Mortimer sai...…

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…4C - New Student Edition - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 5, 2001 ANGELL LESSON Mass meetings acclimate new students to 'U' MEETINGS Continued from Page 1C "With an organization the size of the Muslim Students' Association there end up being so many different committees and activities that people end up finding their niches and do something they enjoy along with other people who enjoy the same activities," Tarsin said. Phi Alpha D...…

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… Wednesday, September 5, 2001- The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition= 5C GUIDE TO GRADUATION Academic probation does not spell doom How to get out, of ere on time and dwith a degre By Maria Sprow Daily StafReporter Getting through elementary school took forever, )eemed. Five long, grueling years of cursive hand- ting, addition, subtraction and geography lessons only succeeded in seven more years of long divi- sion, equations, calculus, l...…

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…6C - New Student Edition - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 5, 2001 U ready to defend use of race in admission LAWSUIT Continued from Page 1C a white applicant who alleged she had unfairly been denied acceptance to the Universityis Law School. The case came before U.S. District Judge Bernard Friedman this year. Friedman issued his ruling March 28, declaring race cannot be used as a fac- tor in admissions in the interest of cre- atin...…

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…MM Wednesday, September 5, 2001 - The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - 7 II * BEFORE IT MELTS! More than 34 euphoric flavors of Ice Cream, Low Fat & No Fat Frozen Yogurt, & Fruit Ices. -sundaes -shakes -ice cream & frozen yogurt cakes -fresh waffle cones DEE&IERRT'S( VERMONT'S FINEST # ICE CREAM 6P FROZEN YOGURT, 304 S. State St. Ann Arbor, M148104 '734-665-4440 Email BenlerryAnnArbor@aolcom ® 7A } r V. W". 0, ( ill :.!# N...…

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…8C - Wednesday, September 5, 2001- New Student Edition - The Michigan Daily Taubman indicted for price fixing By Maria Sprow Daily News Editor. A. Alfred Taubman, a University alum who contributed $30 million to the Col- lege of Architecture and Urban Planning in 1999, was indicted Wednesday by a fed- eral grand jury in New York City. Taubman, the former chairman of Sotheby's auction house, is charged with conspiracy to fix the commissions...…

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…The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - Wednesday, September 5, 2001- 9C KTrmN I TT TCrr r mT TT T lrr'rr'Tm LSA budget leaves little room for GSIs LUVt UF IT By Whitney Elliott Daily Staff Reporter June Gin is currently a graduate student instructor for Cominunication Studies 102 and a'second-year SN"RE doctoral student. Although she has been a Comm 102 GSI sev- eral times and her professor would like to hire her'again for the fall seme...…

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…1OC - New Student Edition - The Michigan Daily - September 5, 2001 4, Michigan Engineering University of Michigan College of Engineering The Dean and faculty of the College of Engineering congratulate the following engineering undergraduates for attaining the Dean's Honor List.These students completed a minimum of 12 graded credit hours and received a 3.5 GPA or better to earn the distinction of Dean's Honor List for Winter Term 2001. Abn...…

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…I The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - Wednesday, September 5, 2001- 11C Quiz Bowl team captures national title for second consective year By Nika Schulte Daily Staff Reporter Q: What Wolverine squad recently clinched a national title for the second year in a row and the fourth time since 1996? A: The University's Michigan Academic Competitions team, which plowed over the University of Chicago in last weekend's finals of the College Bo...…

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…12C - Wednesday, September 5, 2001- New Student Edition - The Michigan Daily RC school changes old ways, starts with letter grades MAKING A DIFFERENCE Students aid key to the success of the Detroit Project By Sarah Scott Daily Staff Reporter Nothing lasts forever, and neither does a long-standing tradition within theResidential College designed to discourage competitiveness among students and encourage improve- ment and learning. Beginnin...…

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…I The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - Wednesday, September 5, 2001-=13C ,Jack n leads rally on Diag Sy Maria Sprow ail yStaff Reporter -Two days after the Law School's race-conscious admissions policy was struck down by a federal judge, the Rev. Jesse Jackson stood on the steps of the Harlan Hatcher Graduate Library yesterday and encouraged stu- dents to fight the ruling. "This is another great movement ow. It's Ann Arbor. It's this c...…

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…14C - Wednesday, September 5, 2001- New Student Edition - The Michigan Daily 'U' part of Ann Arbor, adds to quality of life By James Restivo Daily Staff Reporter While most University students spend four or more years living in Ann Arbor, Susana Jara, an LSA junior originally from Ecuador, said there's another side to the city that students rarely get to see. "When the students are here, there are lots of activities, but when students are gon...…

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