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October 20, 2005 (vol. 116, iss. 14) • Page Image 1

…Thursday, October 20, 2005 I . ! ' Opinion 4A Sowmya Krishnamurthy has a thing for celebrities 41v ffrtqw, -qwp--Rw Ih I ,t,' r ""4s Sports 5A Instant replay should be reviewed One-hundredffteen years ofeditorialfreedom www.michigandaiy.com Ann Arbor, Michigan Vol. CXVI, No. 14 02005 The Michigan Daily I Mich tuition increases third-worst Survey: College prices nationwide grew this year at lowest rate since 2001 DETROIT (AP) -...…

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…2A -The Michigan Daily -Thursday, October 20, 2005 NATION/WORLD first annual ft1 " Rice: Troops mlin raq may stay . Secretary of State says U.S. presence could remain another decade WASHINGTON (AP) - Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice declined yester- day to rule out American forces still being needed in Iraq a decade from now. Sena- tors warned that the Bush administration must play it straight with the public or risk losing public sup...…

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… NEWS The Michigan Daily - Thursday, October 20, 2005 - 3A ON CAMPUS 0 WMD inspector to speak on nuclear nonproliferation Former U.S. weapons inspector David Kay, a leader in the search for weapons of mass destruction in Iraq, will deliver the annual Harold Jacob- son Lecture today at 3 p.m. at Rack- ham Auditorium. Kay's speech, titled "What is the Future of Non-Proliferation," will discuss ways in which nations can be prevented from obtain...…

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…4A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, Ocotober 20, 2005 OPINION Gcb liriaI~ 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 I said what I said. I am not guilty." -Deposed Iraqi President Saddam Hussein on Wednesday, pleading in...…

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…Thursday October 20, 2005 sports. michigandaily. com sports@michigandaily.com PORTlSirdigan 3t'l 5A Two big, unsung plays0 help Varsity By Gabe Edelson Daily Sports Writer Two plays - kick returner Steve Breaston's 41-yard runback and receiver Mario Manningham's game-winning touch- down catch with no time left on the clock - have received most of the attention for giving the Wolverines a dramatic 27-25 vic- tory over No. 8 Penn State last ...…

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… NEWS The Michigan Daily - Thursday, October 20, 2005 - 7A WOLV-TV Continued from page 1A an aerobics program. Ho said students should expect all new entertainment programming this year as well. "We're essentially starting everything from scratch," Ho said. Another aspect of the new format, which began this semester, is WOLV's new partnership with the Residential Computing office. Rescomp provides technical expertise in repairing the station...…

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…8A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, October 20, 2005 Streaks on line for Blue and Panthers S By Anne Uible Daily Sports Writer A single loss toward the end of the season usually won't make or break a team. A losing streak will. Tonight, after dropping four games in a row - the most con- secutive losses in the program's his- tory - the Michigan men's soccer team (6-5-1) takes on the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (8-2-4) at home in hopes ...…

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…----------------- M 0 4F -9 S -- ...'- .._.,r ....- STEROIDS Continued from page 4B The penalties It's easy to understand why the thought of a false positive is so devastating to the testers. Any player who eventually does show a positive result is subject to stiff penalties from the NCAA. For a first- time offender, the punishment is removal from competition for one year, contin- gent upon negative tests for the athlete throughout that ...…

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… - .- -. -. ------- - - - -.- - - - e w 0 Ar.a 3B The Daily Dish Ralph Willians on Ann Arbor culture and the future of classic literature. 4B Juiced A breakdown of the NCAA's procedures regarding steroid use. 5B Architecture Column Austin Dingwall looks at the 'cool' renovations to the University of Michi- gan Museum Art. 6B At home Hornosexual students ind their niche in the dorms at the University. loB Sex Column Brooke Snyder explai...…

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…0 That groupie love Between the Sheets j Sex Column By Brooke Snyder - -- -- - ~ - r - r - -'- .rsa A6 miE DAILY DISH Prof calls for diversity in te Ralph Williams, EngliE By Doug Wemert | Daily Maga qty Cent and G-Unit have them. Every conceivable rock star has f them. Kobe Bryant undeniably has them. Even the average fraternity, ' sorority and campus celebrity has a few, here at the University. They abound at clubs, concerts, and red ...…

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…S-~ - -..- -* -~ -~- -- - - - - - - - '_ _ ... _, _0 _W "As a gay student, it can be intimidat- ing, being predominantly surrounded by straight men. I guess having a co-ed envi- ronment can be comforting," Wright said. But LSA and Music senior Andy Papas, who said his freshman room- mate was OK with his sexuality, but that the two had a "conflict of personalities," still said he would not want to live with a girl or in a hall of only gay ...…

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… -.e-- -1. 0 Protecting Junior ome parents are just abso- lutely crazy," LSA alum Jeff Souva said. "And some are totally fine." Souva, a short, smiley guy with a genial voice who had been a part of almost every gay organization on campus, remembered his experience working for University Housing while coordinating summer orientation and working in campus outreach. "Parents would call up and would just be so freaked by the fact when their st...…

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… ' I 0 0 F I NDING A PLACE I N THE w' O I Beyond ordinary roommate quarrels and bad food, LGBT students tackle the trials of the dorm experience By Aymar Jean I Daily Staff Writer hree years ago, then- freshman Adam Lewis was trapped. After a night of drinking, his roommate was hook- ing up with a girl in the next bed. And this was in close quarters - a double in Mary Markley Resi- dence Hall. Lewis tackled the situatio...…

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