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January 19, 2006 (vol. 116, iss. 57) • Page Image 1

…Thursday, January 19, 2006 Opinion 4A Jesse Singal sees through conservative tricks Arts 5A Fred Savage brings treat to ABC MARY gUE COLEMAN'S JNRNEY TO DEFNE HER 'RESIDNCY ...1H STATEMENT One-hundredffteen years ofeditoralfreedom Sports 8A Cagers on cruise control against 'Cats -------- -------- - - - -- -------------------- www.michiganday. com Ann Arbor, Michigan Vol. CXVI, No. 57 02 2006 The Michigan Daily Lock up: Crime rat...…

January 19, 2006 (vol. 116, iss. 57) • Page Image 2

…2A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, January 19, 2006 NATION/WORLD Supreme Court defers N.H. on abortion law Supreme Court rules in favor of parental consent for abortion but leaves issue open to scrutiny WASHINGTON (AP) - The Supreme Court gave New Hampshire a chance to salvage its restrictions on abortion yesterday, sidestepping for now an emotional subject that is likely to be revisited when a new justice joins the court. New Hampshire's ...…

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… NEWS The Michigan Daily - Thursday, January 19, 2006 - 3A ON CAMPUS Student groups to hold discussions on fair labor Members of Migrant and Immigrant Rights Awareness and the Labor Law Roundtable are holding a conference on immigration and social justice issues today and tomorrow. Speakers at the con- ference will include Baldamor Velasquez the president of Farm Labor Organizing, and Lance Compa from Cornell Universi- ty. The conference wil...…

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…4A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, January 19, 2006 OPINION G9be idtihwn t"ailg 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 She wanted to be there. She felt that her fate was there." - Jackie Spinner of The Washington Po...…

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…Thursday, January 19, 2006 arts. michigandaily.com artspage@michigandaily.com catbt lRirkigFrn ~tt 5A I FUNKY FOUR + 1 FIVE TOP PIECES OF POP CULTURE COMPLIMENTS OF THE DAILY ARTS EDITORS Real World / Road Rules Gauntlet - Washed-up reality stars come back for more on the latest MTV challenge with even more 'roided-up, hairless males and attention-whoring females. There's nothing quite as funny as seeing 35-year-old out-of-shape contestan...…

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…6A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday. January 19, 20( the michigan daily } CONDO FOR SALE,2 bdrm., $171,000. See www.personal.umich.edu/bmcrae 3 miles from campus, call 709-7177. ! AVAIL. FALL '06: 4 bdrm. hse. Near Busi- ness/Law School. Newly remodeled. Over 2,000 sq. feet., living & dining rm., fireplace, ldry., prkg. $2100/mo. 734-223-7777. ! NOW & fall 2006. Luxury, low rent, 2 bdrm. apt. Modem & spacious. Close to Med- ical. Exercise fac...…

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… NEWS The Michigan Daily - Thursday, January 19, 2006 - 7A REACH OUT Continued from page 1A elimination of similar programs at the elementary and high school level as well as satellite programs in Detroit and Ypsilanti. Remaining is the core of the program - the one-on-one interaction with the mentor and student. The personal style accommodates students' individual learning styles, which traditional school systems often do not have the resou...…

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…Thursday January 19, 2006 sports.michigandaily.com sports@michigandaily.com PRTcSiganBaiig 8A . ....... ....... - - - - ------ 'M' cruises past 'Cats in home rout By Kevin Wright Daily Sports Writer Two baskets to close the first half can't end a game, but Brent Petway's four-point run last night just might have done Northwestern in. With one minute remaining in the first half, the Wol- verines held a slim three-point lead over the Wildcat...…

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…a " 0 0 0-~ 9- a COURTESY OF MARY SUE COLEMAN At college graduation, Mary Sue and Kenneth were two months away from marriage. COLEMAN Continued from page 101B speech, that is why she has focused on build- ing partnerships with China. It is also one of the reasons she thinks the Dearborn and Flint campuses are so important - they fur- ther connect the University to the state and directly help its residents. She discussed the Michigan in ...…

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…a sp w 3B Random Student Interview Randirn rnakes dating service out of his interview. 3B The List Aguide t the happenings, concerts and sow around town this weekend, 4B Arch Column Austin Dingwall confronts growing parking problems and proposed solutions i Ann Arbor. 5B In My Own Words Brian Steers gives a look into the interesting and challenging life of a Conservative on carpus. 5B Point/Counterpoint The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and ...…

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…0 rw 0 ---9 0 __ IATDOM TUDENT I NT Random By Theresa bs ,. andom: Hello? The Michigan Daily: Hi, is this Dave? R: Yes. TMD: Hi, this is this is Theresa Kennelly from The Michigan Daily and you have been selected to participate in the random student interview, would you like to do it? R: Sure, no problem. TMD: Ok, first things first, how did you spend you Martin Luther King Day? R: Oh, I spent my time studying actually and writing a co...…

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… 7W 9 w V Structured Structures It's Over Your Head I Architecture Column By Austin Dingwall As the North American International F Au to Show wraps up in Detroit once " gain, it may be time to reach with- in our souls and reevaluate our continual fascinaton with the automobile. I was told recently that for Americans, cars are now our new clothes. They are our shell that surrounds us when we venture outside into the unknown. Cars are w...…

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…V V V w s F 4t, n J W -IV -w U In her fourth year as president, Mary Sue Coleman works to establish her image on campus By Jason Z. Pesickfl Editor in Chief he University of Michigan has an identity problem. As a large public university, it serves the state of Michigan and its residents. It relies on hundreds of millions of dollars from the state each year and cannot raise its tuition rates as high as its private peers. Unlike the priva...…

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