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March 23, 2006 (vol. 116, iss. 97) • Page Image 1

…Thursday, March 23, 2006 Opinion 4A Chris Zbrozek: Treat mental illness fairly Arts 5A Creative arts orchestra hits Rackham rZC 2v.; ~~ E ' -__ ~ EVENT One-hundred-sxteen years of editorafreedom Sports 8A Cagers advance to NIT semi-finals in New York -,,,, n -------------- -- ------------------------- ----------- :1 so w Ago MI I i I I Imomsommum V I, livosms I vo ;III No 1: v; I I; I I gg I I I I I I; I III Igo I ----------- IN HAVIO...…

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…2A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, March 23, 2006 NATION/WORLD NEWS IN BRIEF r# ill 0 I ' k, f .tea f "~ ' ... r.'1 . 1s WASHINGTON Court ruling limits police searches The Supreme Court ruled yesterday that police cannot search a home when one resident invites them in but another tells them to go away, provoking a strong objec- tion from the new chief justice about the possible impact on battered women. The 5-3 decision put new limits...…

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… NEWS i ON CAMPUS Tribute for Faz Husain to be held tonight A tribute to remember Faz Husain, a community icon and founder of Hello Faz Pizza, will be held today at Ann Arbor Pioneer High School at 7:30 p.m. The school is located at 601 W. Stadium Blvd. Army leader to speak on Iraq experience David Petraeus, commanding general of the U.S. Army Combined Arms Cen- ter and Fort Leavenworth, is scheduled to address students and faculty today at ...…

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…4A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, March 23, 2006 OPINION ai St ijpu &dlgd DoNN M. FRESARD Editor in Chief EMILY BEAM CHRISTOPHER ZBROZEK Editorial Page Editors ASHLEY DINGES 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 It is deeply troubling that a country we helped liberate would hold a person to accoun...…

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…Thursday March 23, 2006 arts. michigandaily. com artspage@michigandaily.com R TeSiigan tilg 5A . . ... .. .. .. .. ..... ... . ............... ------------ Creative Arts improvises By Andrew Klein Daily Fine Arts Editor FI N EA RTs P R EVIEW The phrase "free jazz" carries a certain stigma for the knowledgeable as well as those uninitiated. Random, abrasive, unmusical - free jazz is no stranger to these descriptors. But for the University's...…

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…6A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday. March 23, 20( the michigan daily :: ANN ARBOR CONDO Weatherstone, Oakfield Dr. Open House Sat. & Sun.] 2 bdnn., 2 bath. & den. Sunny, garage,I pond view. 734-668-2103. $169,900. 1545 12-4. pool, Crawford House' 1115 Willard 2 rIn1r1; ea rt of Go'? a!i CampuS * Spamous living rooms with high ceilings and classical moldings. " Granite entertainment bar with designer lighting. " Modem kitchen with two refrig...…

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… NEWS The Michigan Daily - Thursday, March 23, 2006 - 7A UGANDA Continued from page 1A and singled out those with an innate sense of rhythm, solid social skills, strong academics and a positive attitude. Hefley, the foundation's executive director, said spots in the group are highly coveted. Com- ing from a place where three meals a day is con- sidered a luxury, novelties like Marriot hotels and trips to Disneyland are, to the children, the ...…

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…Thursday March 23, 2006 sports.michigandaily.com sports@michigandaily. com PeRTiSrigan tilg 0 . . ......... 60 Cagers contain 'Canes, NYC next Horton the real By Kevin Wright Daily Sports Editor A collective groan echoed through Crisler Arena. With a little more than 30 seconds left in the first half and with Michigan holding a four-point lead, senior Chris Hunter received a Daniel Hor- ton pass at the top of the key. The 8,817 fans gri...…

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…v 0 9 ACTIVISM Continued from page 9B Keeping It Real 11 too often, social justice activists - "those RC types" - are stereotyped as economically illiter- ate, unwise in the ways of globaliza- tion, too idealistic to understand the "real wxrld." In reality, social justice activism is all about facts and compromise; activ- ists are continually searching for that fine line between idealism and practicality. For one, events like the Naked Pro...…

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…S 9 9 V U 0 0 0 7W7 U w w I 3B The Daily Dish Laura Kasischke discusses life as an undergrad and teaching at the University. 3B The List guide to the happenings, concerts and events around town this weekend. 4B Easy Rider Bike theft on campus seems to rise, while DPS claims it is being taken care of. 5B In My Own Words Marching band drum major Dennis Lee, pumps up the crowd and run pre-game. 6B The Power of Protest Student activism on c...…

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…a v a a i- w Bigger is better: The movies won't lose their magic Everyone's a Critic I Media Column By Kristin MacDonald THE DAT ILr DT-si Teaching Laura Kasischke, RC Professor, By Kate Sd t is bare testament to the sheer power of a packed movie palace on .. opening night that the greatest cin- ematic moment I ever experienced came in a no-less-lamentable movie than "Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones." I and 500 of my fell...…

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…0 a 0 A SOLE and the Coke campaign, is new to the activist scene: "There are some people in SOLE who talk about how they've been going to union protests since they were five. I haven't done that sort of thing." Yet she became aware of social justice issues at home, listening to her parents. "My mom is from Warren. Her dad worked in a nonunion factory," she said "My dad ... is a Jewish attorney who went to school here." As a result, she co...…

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… -W WHY SO MANY STUDENTS C ABOUT COKE, COFFEE AND SWEATSHOPS Suhael Momin lucky (or unlucky, WRITTEN BY Daily Staff Writer I suppose) enough f you weren't to wander by the Cube last Thursday, you missed quite the sight: 10 naked college students enjoying the balmy 39-degree day in nothing more than cardboard and some strategically placed fabric that kept the entire operation legal. This wasn't hazing - apparently, that's illegal. And th...…

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