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…Thursday, September 29, 20C Opinion 4A Sports 10A Statement lB1 Eric Jackson: All ideas aren't equal Gabe Edelson duels a Sparty writer The stories behind Football Saturday r t4 05 CELEBRATE HIE DAILY's 115TH AJDAY. .?AGE 14A U4 '.4 One-hundredfifteen years ofeditorial freedom www.mzchAgandaily.com Ann Arbor, Michigan Vol. CXVI, No. 1 62005 The Michigan Daily Ethics courses to be offered Coleman announces $500k initiative for study of ...…

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…2A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 29, 2005 NATION/WORLD Gulf leaders rally for coverage Bush administration blocking health care support for evacuees WASHINGTON (AP) - With Gulf Coast governors pressing for action, Senate Finance Committee members complained yesterday that the Bush administration is blocking a bipartisan $9 billion health care package for hundreds of thousands of evacuees from Hurricanes Katrina and Rita. "We've...…

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… NEWS The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 29, 2005 - 3A ON CAMPUS Photographer documents women worldwide The third installment in the Penny W. Stamps Distinguished Visitors Presentation Series will be held tonight in the Michigan Theater at 5 p.m. Photographer Paula Allen will share her explorations of women and their confrontations with vio- lence and oppression. Interim provost to speak on Social Security reform A panel discussion fea...…

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…4A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 29, 2005 OPINION je £kbf*uu &Iilg 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 44 I have done nothing wrong." - Rep. Tom DeLay (R-Texas), who was forced to relinquish his post ...…

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…an Daily - Thursday, September 29, 2005 - 5A What is a lawyer? A debater? A fighter? Or more than that? A creative problem solver. A principled advocate. A rigorous and versatile thinker. Explore the broad expanse of the law in a school devoted to the big picture. CALIFORNIA WESTERN SCHOOL OF LAW I San Diego What law school ought to be." CINIQUE 0 BOOK & SUPPLY ONM CAMPUS Free! - Yours with any inique urchase of $215 or more * NEW ...…

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… NEB The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 29, 2005 -7A SOLE Continued from page 1A than 40 other colleges across the cour try are holding similar demonstratior to kick off the national campaign agains the production of collegiate apparel it * sweatshop conditions. SOLE held a mock raffle to win day's wage - a quarter, they said - fo a sweatshop worker. The group also gath ered signatures on a petition for the Uni versity to join the sw...…

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…8A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 29, 2005 f the michigan daily e page ) V f . " i Chia Shiang~ Open II AM -10 PM Daily, Sunday12 PM -10 PM Delivery 734-741-0778 Chinese Hot 6& Cold Plates Vegetarian 6& Vegan Dishes Malaysian Specialties Shanghai Dina Sum, 2016 Packard Road Ann Arbor, M1 48104 (Across from Fraser's Pub) The new Line Chinese Cuisine NEWi darden , t~ ~U~J 'MA Kongf'.. ua?:: . (313) 995-1786 116 S.Mai...…

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… NEWS The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 29, 2005 - 9A Israel fires artillery on militants in Gaza Strip We are not the children of lithography. POSITIONS CURRENTLY AVAILABLE Our tools are not emulsion plates, ink and large offset presses. We do not view the world in Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, and Black. We are the children of the Internet. We are the designers and developers behind the world where information does not wait 24 hours to r...…

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…Thursday September 29, 2005 sports.michigandaily. com sports@michigandaily. com PheRiTSigantili P R rS 4 1OA . . .......... 0' .f Spartan Sparties: Don't count your chickens, Blue stillfavorite S howdown State ready to escape from shadow of big brother 3M Ibet that you Spartan fans are licking your chops right now. It's not something you have the opportunity to do very often, after all. So I'm sure you're making the most of it. A Yes, ...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 29, 2005 - 11A 0 ROWN Small coxswains loom large for 'M' By Ari Fink For the Daily As the old saying goes, good things come in small packages. In rowing, these small packages are known as coxswains, or by a more unflattering nickname, "cox- ies." Those who aren't rowing aficio- nados might think that a coxswain has the easiest job in the world, just hanging out in the bow of the boat. When asked about...…

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…12A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 29, 2005 Versatility helps Banco excel By Daniel Bromwich Daily Sports Writer Last fall, sophomore Sarah Banco didn't play a single minute of a single game as a midfielder on the Michigan women's soccer team. During the spring, she tried defense during the non-com- petitive season. This fall, the coaches moved her to forward and have commit- ted to keeping her there. And Banco just might have fo...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 29, 2005 - 13A Catch me if you can The Hokies look to remain on Southern Cal's coattails By Mike Rothman and Chris Herring For the Daily LSU fans felt like Geraldo Rivera on Monday night. The No. 4 Tigers' utter collapse against No. 10 Ten- nessee was just as disappointing as finding nothing in Al Capone's "secret vault" on national television. With Virginia Tech's dismantling of Georgia Tech, the ...…

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…..-]jo 1890 2005 14A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 29, 2005 Celebrating more than a century of news today115 y rs since t was first publishd Dailyst strve6 t be the. preeminent sourc } news for the Uirsty community..While the times have changed and thousand§ f. have come and g .,t . fundamental pe that guides us remains unchanged: "to do but one thing - give the. news - promptly and accurately. " Oe.2, 1890 The Michigan Daily ...…

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…0 W HOSPITAL Continued from page 5B Forensic Psychiatry, where the state sent individuals who committed its most twisted crimes for psychiat- ric evaluation. With the opening of a new building for the Center for Forensic Psychiatry just north of the old hospital last year, however, the complex has been completely aban- doned. A look inside No trespassing signs, asbestos warn- ings and security patrols from a near- by state prison don't do mu...…

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…i IRW w w MF mr wwwwwww mw in. Eit.. RANOSTUDENT IJTERVIEW Random knows all kinds of chippendales By Jeremy Davidson|/ Daily Staff Reporter 3B The Daily Juan Cole about the Dish talks Middle The Venturi Effect It's Over Your Head I Architecture Column East and blogging. 3B The List Weekend happen- ings around town. 4B Taking Care The history of Ypsilanti State Hospital, 6B Book Excerpt "'Paul Welistone: The Life o a Pas- sionat...…

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… 0 0 0 9 0e SHo EATDRINK Taste of India Earthen Jar subtracts meat, adds authentic taste By Megan Jacobs ;Daily Arts Writer fe intersection of South Fifth Avenue and Liberty Street is the dining equiva- lent of a vegetarian's wet dream; Seva offers a wide variety of typi- cal American fare such as vegan- black-bean-style burgers while Jerusalem Garden produces the undeniably best falafel in the city. Tucked away, nestled between the fal...…

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…T 0 I f 4F w POT Tf t3NTERPOT- T Setting the bar on Rick's With Superman and Batman Ivsuperma~n As I stated a couple weeks back, there are certain guilty pleasures in life. Is the protector of the free world proud of these, well, no. But it is what it is. I'll say it, maybe not as loud as I should, but I like Rick's. There I said it; I enjoy that dingy bar. And I'll let you all in on a secret, the only reason Batman doesn't like it is...…

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…. r. .n' -U 0 0 B00K EXCERPT Paul Welistone: The Life of a Passionate Progressive By Bill Lofy Courtesy of The University of Michigan Press, Copyright 2005 Paul Wellstone was a U.S. Senator from Minnesota from 1990 until the time of his death in a plane crash in 2002. A hero to many on the left and a favorite target of the right, Wellstone was an unapologetic liberal in an increasingly conservative era. Wellstone entered politics after a t...…

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… 0 4 ~ :... grandkids pile into a 30-foot camper and make the half-hour drive from Plymouth to Ann Arbor (Werth, because of a bad hip, follows behind in his car). No matter what time the game starts, Werth and his family are in their spot by 6:30 a.m. "The game could start at eight o'clock at night and I would be here at 6:30," he says, sitting on a stool with his walker in front of him. Werth has been attending games since 1941, when he to...…

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… th e ma k I n 9 0 f a FOOTBBALL SATU SA Several Saturdays a year, a football game turns Ann Arbor upside down. The result? A twisted web of stories from students, alumni, band mem- bers and everyone else who play a part in a 126-year-old tradition. I By Doug Wernert Magazine Editor t is 9:30 a.m., six hours before kickoff on a warm, sunny September morning in Ann Arbor. Members of the Michigan Marching Band are slowly start-...…

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