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…Thursday, March 31, 2005 Science 8A Sports 9A Weekend Magazine Military recruits new robots 'M' nine pulls out victory in slugfest Exams are coming. Stay awake and study. TrhE SEGREGATION OF UNIVERSITY HOUSING ... OPINION, PAGE 5A £ tattl 4 gtl Weather MR 58 LOW, 35 TOMORROW: , 3/7 One-hundredfourteen years ofedoriadfreedom www.mizhiandaiy.com Ann Arbor, Michigan Vol. CXV, No. 109 ®2005 The Michigan Daily E3W Board's control of publicat...…

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…2A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, March 31, 2005 NATION/WORLD Court supports elderly workers NEWS IN BRIEF #a l 3_. ., WASHINGTON (AP) - The Supreme Court made it easier yesterday for any worker over 40 to allege age discrimina- tion, ruling that employersican be held lia- ble even if they never intended any harm. About 75 million people are covered by the decision. The ruling makes it clear that older workers will have a high threshol...…

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… NEWS The Michigan Daily - Thursday,,March 31, 2005 - 3A ON CAMPUS Philharmonic Orchestra to hold concert tonight The University Philharmonic Orches- tra will hold a concert tonight at 8 p.m. at the McIntosh Theatre of the School of Music. Conducted by Robert Boardman, the program will include musical pieces by Hayden, Mendelssohn and Bartok. For more information, visit www.music. umich.edu. Theatre dept to perform comic production The "Hot ...…

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…4A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, March 31, 2005 OPINION A&L.a. . * ix je JASON Z. PESICK Editor in Chief SUHAEL MOMIN SAM SINGER Editorial Page Editors ALISON Go Managing Editor EDITED AND MANAGED BY STUDENTS AT THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN SINCE 1890 420 MAYNARD STREET ANN ARBOR, MI 48109 tothedaily@michigandaily.com NOTABLE QUOTABLE This is where you dream. It's in a perfect world. Margaret's happy world." - Greenway proponent Marga...…

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…-;- ..'/ /,ii OP/ED The Michigan Daily - Thursday, March 31, 2005 - 5A VIEWPOINT Diversity's demons "I'm at the gym, and every race is up there, but it never goes past that game of basket- ball. It's never like, 'Hey, want to hang out, want to come to this party?' It just ends right there." - Engineering junior Rich Gate, who lives in East Quad Residence Hall, on the social boundaries of race "The blacks stay with the blacks, and the whit...…

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…6A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday. March 31, 2005 the michigan daily %lo **421 BLAKELY CT.** $500 off first month's rent!! Secluded 3-bed- room furn. house on a quiet 2-house cul-de- sac just northeast of Elbel Field and a mere 5 minutes from South Quad and the Union. Hardwood firs., abundant windows, a remod- eled bathroom, and a fully equipped kitchen including a portable dishwasher and a mi- crowave oven. Free laundry on-site and park- i...…

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… NEWS The Michigan Daily - Thursday, March 31, 2005 - 7A MSA Continued from page 1A because it requires a great amount of effort and time to accomplish MSA's goals. Mustafa Gulam, an LSA freshman who is South Asian and ran for an LSA seat on MSA but did not win, said minorities sometimes feel that they cannot or do not want to go out and seek the power that lies in government positions. "Minorities ... will not have power so long as they the...…

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…Thursday March 31, 2005 news@micbigandaily.com SCIENCE 8A THE EVOLUTION OF WARFARE New robots take the battlefield in the miltary's bid to revolutionize the army despite fears from roboticists By Michael Kan Daily News Editor e acking an M249 machine gun and laced in camouflage treads what may be the next caliber of U.S. soldier. But at roughly three feet tall, with night vision embedded in its mechanical eyes and a battery life of a...…

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…Thursday March 31, 2005 sports. michigandaily.com sports@michigandaily.com RETidSigan Bail 9A 'M' Nine slugs out win In Ypsi By Matt Singer Daily Sports Writer YPSILANTI - In a game that featured never-end- ing twists and turns, it wasn't surprising that the game- deciding play was a bizarre one. With the score tied at 12 in the top of the eighth inng, Matt Butler, one of Michigan's best clutch hit- MICHIGAN 18 ters, stepped to the plate. ...…

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…10A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, March 31, 2005 Seniors look for first national title M MEN'S TENNIS Far from home, Hung in for Rubin By David Spielman For the Daily The Michigan water polo team's final regular season home game of the season on March 20 - a 12-2 victory against California Lutheran - was preceded by a sentimental tribute to the team's graduating players. But the Wol- verine seniors - including Jo Anton- sen, Betsey Armst...…

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…0 0 4 12B - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, March 31, 2005 Stdiu "V Tutor gives advice for writing papers By C. C. Song Daily Arts Writer Coffee, Red Bull, all-nighters ... What do these things have in com- mon? They are all associated with a project that bothers students - the final paper. In an effort to do sal- vage their grade in a course, stu- dents always strive for their best on this assignment and hope that it will assist them in...…

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…Q Q Q p 0 2B - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, March 31, 2005 The Michigan Da Featured Article 6-7B AWAKE you call that a bagel? jwith Adam Rottenberg IF IT AIN'T BROKE 0. d u r i n g The Weekend List A guide t the events in Ann. Arbor this weekend. e x a m w e e k Random Student Interview Katherine and Kate discuss board games, cowboy hats and TS. Eliots real name. Fast Break Arts Break delivers to students 3 creative respite from ...…

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…10B - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, March 31, 2005 The Michigan I Randoms willing to apply lotior Students seek out ideal study locations By Doug Wemert Daily Weekend Editor By Amanda Shapin Daily Arts Writer When it comes time for finals, all some students want to do is find a quiet, secluded area to study and focus. Others may crave a lively environment where they can openly discuss readings and homework with classmates. Still others m...…

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… w 7* w S 4B - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, March 31, 2005 The Michigan Da BREAK TIME ART ACTIVITY HELPS RELIEVE STUDENT STRESS By Megan Jacobs Daily Arts Writer On Tuesday nights, the Michigan Union Underground is not just home to Subway and Wendy's. Nestled snugly between Magic Wok and the computer consoles is Arts Break, the crafty collaboration between Univer- sity Union Arts and Programs and a group of students who have glue ...…

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…0.. w-- 8B - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, March 31, 2005 it's because i'm gay, isn't it? w i t h Steve Du B o i s THE GAYCE UP MY SLEEVE The Michigan I shaken, not stirredlwith Ellen McGarrity FROM A GIRL: WHAT FIND AMUSING ABOUT THE OPPOSTE SEX Ihave two friends, both soon-to- be University graduates, who have been accepted into the Uni- 1'ersity's Law School. One of them is an ethnic minority (Hispanic), inso- far as she can check a ...…

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… -W 7W 6B - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, March 31, 2005 The Michigan Daily .ate. . S T A Y 1 N G z2 From coffee to pills, students share their best techniques By Jackie Lamaj For the Daily It's that time of year again - with finals not too far ahead, students are cracking open the books and churning out papers all over campus. Sleep is often the first necessity to be pushed aside in an attempt to stay awake for an all-night s...…

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…The Michigan Daily Classified's - 2005 Summer Realty & Summer Sublet - 1 JMS PRO PERIIES ~S~tc&1979 A vailable for 2005 Studio, 1, 2, 3 B DR. Apts. and B i-Levels at prime locations On central campus C al l us at 734-222-9033 www.j msprop.com I . .. x Comtortam~ue, secure housing conveniently located one block from the University of Michigan ) Campus. II Sale or Lease Studio. One- and Twvo-Bedroom units Call Brian Tom sic-(734) 663-1530...…

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…2 - The Michigan Daily Classified's - 2005 Summer Realty & Summer Sublet 3-5 blks. to Central Caimperis Rooms eff 1,2Z & 3 bdrm. Alpts. Some aivail Now Iay, M Aostcavalil. Sept. '05 73-41-8882 i 734-717-1110 annarcbo roomns com ci2 cpartments .comi' 0 FLe-,W. e'Te-rmn4 Peri?ctLo iui of Belleville 46161 Village Green Drive Belleville, MI 48111 Explore VillageGreen.com 734-669-2040 Low Depots~ Convenient Ann Arbor Locations SMedical Cente...…

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…TI n Dailv C 's 90Cne ,r Ra i i ' i t, summerr .. Su bletSe Ct10 Enjoy Ann Arbor iq Q st this summer! Hu aCu Q. room in 4 bdrm. apt. Spacious home at 523 Mack Rd. (off Elm St.) Just 3 blocks from campus and near CCRB, S. University and local bars. Up to 7 people for $250-$350 per person per month from May 18S to August 30t" Call 810.444.1908 or email mackgirls@umich.edu for details. in 5 bedroom house 8 minute walk to campus. 1/2 bl...…

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… Daily Classified's - 2005 Summer Realty & Summer Sublet - 5 TO GET A GREAT HOUSE FOR A GOOD DEAL! Avail. Sept. 1 6 bdrm., 2 bath., backyard, air, close to campus & hospital! Parking for 6. Call 734-649-5549 Or 734-994-8792 (let ring) C & I Management, LLC. PO. Box 2445 Ann Arbor; MI. 48106 Main Office (877) 426-6035 Rental info. (877) 426-1 360 C & I Management LLC NOW LEASING FOR FALL 2005 EFFICIENCIES & ONE BEDROOM APARTMENTS!! - Locati...…

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