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November 17, 2005 (vol. 116, iss. 33) • Page Image 1

…Thursday, November 17, 2005 WHY MICHIGAN S BIGGEST CITY IS COMING UP S -TORT r...THE STATEMENT News 3A Speaker offers a new take on Abu Ghraib Opinion 4A Sports SA Mara Gay: We just don't give a damn How Toledo started the Michigan- Ohio rivalry 4*Vaug Blood Battle Update VS. 1302 1297 pints pints to donate visit www.givelife.org One-hundred-ffteen years of editoralfreedom www.michigandaily.com Ann Arbor, Michigan Vol. CXVI, No. 33 ©20...…

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…2A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, November 17, 2005 NATION/WORLD AP PHOTO Iraqi policemen show their bruises, allegedly caused by torture, as they are treated at Yarmouk Hospital in Bagh- dad yesterday. The policemen said they suffered beatings by men who identified themselves as Interior Ministry commandos. Malnourished prisoners Ifound to be ofalset BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) - A top Inte- rior Ministry official said yesterday the 173 malnouri...…

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… NEWS The Michigan Daily - Thursday, November 17, 2005 - 3A ON CAMPUS Jazzing it up at Pierpont Commons Starting at noon at Pierpont Commons, Justin Walter's Jazz Quartet will be per- forming for any and all. Sponsored by the University Unions Arts and Programs, the event will take place at Leonardo's. Discussion to be held on Native- American issues Karina Walters will be holding a lecture and discussion on her inves- tigations of Native Am...…

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…4A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, November 17, 2005 OPINION (ibe Ia irbigatn i~aUi 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 4 $ We also are concerned about the potential for fans to rush the field." - Dean of Student...…

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…Thursday November 17, 2005 sports.michigandaily. com sports@michigandaily. com Ohe WRi TSn Bailg 5A Game may hinge on specialists By Gabe Edelson Daily Sports Writer The pivotal play in last year's Michigan-Ohio State game occurred with neither Wolverines quarterback Chad Henne nor Buckeyes signal-caller Troy Smith on the field. Braylon Edwards and Mike Hart were also on the sideline. Ohio State starting running back Lydell Ross was nowher...…

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…6A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday. November 17. s the michigan daily 1- 1,. !! GREAT APTS. & HSES. FOR 06-07!! A combination of quality and prices you can't Beat! We have Hses. & Apts. all over A2 w/ something to fit every need. Studios, 1 bdrms., 2 bdrms., 3 bdrms., and houses still available. PICK UP OUR LISTINGS TO- DAY at Campus Management 337 E. Huron (663-4104). "CMI proudly serving the Ann Arbor and U of M community for almost 45...…

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… NEWS The Michigan Daily - Thursday, November 17, 2005 - 7A QUAD Continued from page 1A rooms - including bathrooms for four students rather than an entire hall - and more singles than other residence halls. Most details of the project are still largely undetermined. The final sche- matic will be submitted to the regents DYSON Continued from page 1A honorary degree, three others are slated to receive honorary degrees pending the regents' go-...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Thursday, November 17, 2005 - 9A Selsky, Pflum lead 'M' revival By Lindsey Ungar Daily Sports Writer Offense and defense can't stand alone in any sport. But especially in volleyball, the two are inevitably intertwined. It's often the transition between the two that propels a team to victory. That's where sophomore libero Stesha Selsky comes in, using her defensive prowess to make way for Michigan's outside hitters suchas...…

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…10A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, November 17, 2005 C not content in second place By Bryan Hamilton Daily Sports Writer No one remembers who finishes second. But, when teams are up against a nation of skilled college athletes vying for a championship, second-place is pretty darn good. So when the Michigan men's wrestling team took second place at last year's NCAA Championships, the Wolverines saw the season as a success. "I was really happ...…

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… AUT BAR Continued from page 5B sidering the look and feel, it had to be one that was 'positive and affirming." The welcoming setting has made aut BAR a second home for many of its visi- tors. "So many people have come through our doors and wished they had something like this 'back home.' " Orr said. Yet despite its all-encompassing feel, aut BAR is careful to ensure its primary clientele is given first priority as it contin- ues to evolve and...…

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… 3B The Daily Dish Rodo fo Altamirano on how international students adjust to the University. 4B Book Excerpt "Writing Ann Arbor," edited by Laurence Goldstein. 5B Going aut Local bar serves the gay community. 6B Heart of the City Local experts tell about Detroit's shortcomings and hopes for the future. 10B Style Column Aymar Jean on not judging the poorly dressed people. From The Editor RANDOM STUDENT INTERVI EW Random thinks Kinesiology ...…

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… -W W'' 7W7, T 0- BooK EXCERPT Writing Ann Arbor: A Literary Anthology Edited by Laurence Goldstein Courtesy of The University of Michigan Press, Copyright 2005 In Ann Arbor's 181-year history, the city has inspired a number of essays, poems and short stories. The city, and later the University, has inspired a broad range of writers - from world- renowned author Robert Frost to countless local authors. In his anthology, Laurence Goldst...…

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… A city decline, and how it can rise up again By Larry GantI Associate professor, School of Social Work SHOPEATDRINK Inside aut Kerrytown bar serves gay community BY Sarah Zlering | Daily Arts Writer I t's important to under- stand that the popula- tion (and economic benefits) of Detroit have risen and fallen with the auto industry. And it's also important to understand that Detroit had its peak both in population (2.1 million) and city-ba...…

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… , - - 0 AV Community-centered By Steve Tobocman|I State representative (D-Detroit) Someone's trashis a city' By Kelly Quinn I|Lecturer, College of Architecture and Urban PI little more than a decade ago, I began working in Detroit as an Americorps member for the first class of the Michi- gan Neighborhood Americorps Program. The program marked an innovative approach of "service learning" by matching University graduate students from ...…

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