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…wr ,_. .... : .. _.. _ _.. 1 F j. t You got in. Your parents have gone home. You're supposed to go to a few classes. But there's a lot more to the University and Ann Arbor than class. Check out the New Student Edition inside. Sections C-E mIE4Lid ji Ann Arbor, Michigan Tuesday, September 4,f2007 michigandaily.com STATE APPROPRIATIONS Budget battle leaves'U' waiting With deadline drawing near, legislators can't agree on plan to close $1.6 ...…

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…2A - Tuesday, September 4, 2007 The Michigan Daily - mid A rite of passage AIR JORDAN 413 E. Huron St. AnnArbor, MI 48109-1327 www.michigandaily.com KARL STAMPFL DAVI Editor in Chief Busines 734-647-3336 734-7 stampfl@michigandaily.com goh@mich Two unsuspecting guys stumbled up Vaughn Street among the rubble of empty beer cups. It was early morn- ing, and they appeared to be caught up in the euphoria of Welcome Week - survivors, perhaps, ...…

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…The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com Tuesday, September 4, 2007 - 3A NEWS BRIEFS AL-ASAD AIR BASE, Iraq Bush: Some troops could come home if security improves President Bush, briefed by U.S. military commanders and Iraqi leaders, said yesterday some Amer- ican forces could be sent home if security across Iraq improves as it has in Anbar province, a former hotbed of Sunni insurgency. But the president, flanked by Defense Secretary Robert Ga...…

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…4A - Tuesday, September 4, 2007 0 The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com Edited and managed by students at the University of Michigan since 1890. it Y420 Msynsrd St. Ann Arbor, MI 48109 tothedaily@umich.edu KARL STAMPFL IMRAN SYED JEFFREY BLOOMER EDITOR IN CHIEF EDITORIAL PAGE EDITOR MANAGING EDITOR Unsigned editorials reflect the official position oftthe Daily's editorial board. All other signed articles and illustrations represent solely ...…

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…The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com Tuesday, September 4, 2007 - 5A SEND LETTERS TO: TOTHEDAILY@UMICH.EDU Carr's coaching gives hope to future opponents TO THE DAILY: on behalf of the remaining opponents on Michigan's foot- ball schedule, please keep Lloyd Carr as the head coach. It's amaz- ing how someone can be blessed with superior talent and still fail to mold it into a winner year after year. John Karas Marion, N.C. Carr is a stain ...…

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…6A - Tuesday, September 4, 2007 The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com I I 0 Visit Comcast representatives to sign up. August 28-31 and September 4-6O Call 9:30 a.m.-5 p.m.I888-COMCAST U of M Diag (N. University in front of Moe's Sport Shop) Ulrich's Bookstore (southeast corner of the Diag) You must subscribe to both services (Digital Starter and High-Speed Internet) to be eligible for this $33 each per month for 9 months offer. Other sa...…

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…The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com Tuesday, September 4, 2007 - 7A BUDGET: 'U' funding from state still not set Police say someone attending a party at Theta Chi yelled racial slurs at two black police officers making a traffic: When the officers entered the house, they found three kegs of beer - a violation of the national chapter of Theta alcohol in the fraternity's houses around the country. FRATERNITY From page 1A drinking with the...…

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…4 8A - Tuesday, September 4, 2007 The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com a 31P 3 m1 I 3 7 i\ 4 . 4 OURTESY OF DISNEY Wholesome is the new raunchy. 'Arular' brought the heat, but 'Kala' is By Lloyd H. Cargo IDaily Arts Writ While it's hard to call an album that barely scraped the charts a cul- tural phenomenon, M.I.A.'s debut Arular was exactly that within a certain scene. Loved or hated pas- sionately by anyone exposed to it (b...…

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…The Michigan Daily - michigandailycom Tuesday, Sent. 4, 2007 - 9A I led Lutheran campus Ministry Lord; of Light Lutheran Cuc join us for Worship each Sunday at 1:1:00 a.m. Followed by Lunch on the Lawnm! Located at I-ill Street & South Forest Avenue wwwdlol-s2 org 734.668.7622 A eeiluftg FnCtsist Cngregation o.DnaDwal1 tor .wr~ono, tor jou E vorj Fridaj beginning 0Ddobor 5th ,d Tot S~habbat 5:30 pm * 'Shira (song fest) 4,:3o pm ,b -. hab...…

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…10A - Tuesday, September 4, 2007 a The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com Trading plot for gore Zombie's clever take on a classic still really bloody By PAUL TASSI need to know the real Michael. And Daily Film Editor to do so we embark on a 45-minute intro that involves young Michael "Halloween" is unquestion- (an exceptionally creepy Daeg ably Rob Zombie's best movie. Faerch) beating bullies with logs, This might be significant praise if s...…

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…The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com Tuesday, Sept. 4, 2007 - 11A Ready for your next challenge? At Jefferies, you'll need to think fast and stay focused. We're building the #1 investment bank serving the needs of growing, dynamic companies around the globe. Join us, and you'll be challenged from day one. You'll get direct client exposure. And you'll work in a high growth environment alongside some of the brightest minds in investment bank...…

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…12A - Tuesday, Sept. 4, 2007 0 The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com 12A - Tuesday, Sept. 4, 2007 I The Michigan Daily - michigandailycom i STAY HEALTHWITH AHUGE SELECTION OF YOUR FAVORITE ALL-NATURAL PRODUCTS AND ORGANIC FOODS. r 41 Qy r # . 1 f i NF i lift OLY- V -' ' t%'A" y VV ((( t.. fedn. N a. y , y j' ". ". T /' I 0 S S Si C~ ~~~~"" I - .l cvt Ix tiea ,O ckes rck.UGo 5 a IEEOBE GO1N B 'nFW K TQN L11 01 K ~iC r L F...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesday, September 4, 2007 michigandaily.com APPALACHIAN STATE 34, MICHIGAN 32 BY THE NUMBERS Top 25 teams defeated by opponents from the former Division I-AA in the history of the AP poll. 28 Points allowed by Michigan's defense in the first half. 0 Wins Michigan has this season. 51 Chad Henne's completion percentage '2 Michigan field goals blocked in the last two minutes 69 Yards Appalachian State gained in 71 seconds...…

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…2B - Tuesday, September 4, 2007 DAILY SPORTS BREAKS DOWN THE WEEKEND THAT WAS 4 _____________The Michigan Daily 4 SAID AND HEARD "We were very confident. We studied a lot of film, and what we saw was a lot of holes." - Appalachian State quarterback Armanti Edwards, after completing 17 of 23 passes for 227 yards and three touchdowns. ATHLETE OF THE WEEK MADISON GATES The junior goalkeeper shutout No. 2 Notre Dame with a career-high 10 save...…

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…The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com Tue, v.Santm r ? _ R -- - - iuc>uqY , C l1C111UCI "+ GVV/ - JD 'M' kicks off season with consecutive wins Wolverines soak up wins in Honolulu, upset No. 10 Hawaii By COLT ROSENSWEIG Daily Sports Writer In the sport known to Americans as football, it was a miserable week- end for Michigan. But in the sport known as football to the rest of the world, it couldn't have gone better. The Michigan men's soc...…

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…I 4B - Tuesday, September 4, 2007 The Michigan Daily - michigandail.com I Heisman hopeful states case with heroic effort By JACK HERMAN Daily Sports Editor In his first three years at Michi- gan, Mike Hart has consistently dazzled crowds withunbelievable NOTEBOOK runs and memo- rable games. But leave it to the captain senior running back to add another chap- ter to his lore - even if it will be resigned to footnote status in one of colle...…

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…The Michigan Daily Tuesday, September 4, 2007 - 5B GAME STATISTICS Team Stats First Downs Rush/Yds Passing Yards Offensive Plays Total Offense Return Yards Comp/Att/Int Punts/Avg Fumbles/Lost Penalties/Yards Time of Poss PASSING Totals RUSHING Player Hart Minorg Mandtingham Henne Totals MICH 23 40/246 233 62 479 146 19/37/1 3/48.7 /0 7/56 28:48 ASU 19 44/160 227 53 387 132 17/23/2 4/33.0 U/0 7/45 31:12 M I C H I G A N C-A Yds TD 19-37 23...…

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…0 6B - Tuesday, September 4, 2007 The Michigan Daily Gates locks down mighty Fighting Irish offense in tie 0 Junior Brandon Fellows finished fourth for Michigan on Friday, running over 20 seconds faster than at the start of last season. Michigan runners miles ahead lf ast year's 1mes By CHRIS MESZAROS Daily Sports Writer Replacing four-year starter Megan Tuura was enough of a challenge for junior goalkeeper Madison Gates. Starting her cam...…

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…The Michigan Daily BELL From page 2B either, Michigan likely would have won. Plus, he's a kicker - the per- fect scapegoat for a loss. Is Gingell the main reason Michi- gan lost? No. A truck could have driven through the hole in Michi- gan's offensive line on the final field goal attempt, and yesterday Carr said the first miss was because of blocking miscues, too. Bad luck: This is a popular excuse among the fans stuck in denial. A freak inj...…

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…8B - Tuesday, September 4, 2007 The Michigan Daily - michigadailycom Am- University of Michigan MichiganEngineering Colg--Eniern Dean's IHonor ILIst nc Ie nOmar Jamil Minheng Lim Nathan Niese Steven Shaek Noeole Tak Tdd Janer Wn Ctung Lim Karaisa Nttptn Lia Shaman Jann Tng Tiara Jarvis Mary Lin Tuynsh Niwa Miam Shekenbah Rert Trer Matthew Jaznmvki Mchael Linday Jan Nelandern Jill Shlehtweg Bran Taner Alyaa Jenkin Stehen Linday Samanthle Nla Ca...…

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…J1e Micigan Oail1 ----MNNW I NEW STUDENT EDITION 2007 " Oinside From day-to-day survival tips to the defining moments of the University's past - this sec- tion is here to give you your first lesson about Michigan. Two writers offer a detailed look at the time necessary to travel to some of the most frequent- ed spots on campus. If you want to be on time to class, read over this page during welcome week. See page 7C Two men who forever mo...…

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…2C The Michigan Daily I WELCOME TO OUR UNIVERSITY 0 You've selected this university out of the hundreds because (or despite) of what you have already heard about what it has to offer. Here are a few more things to look forward to: By BRIAN TENGEL Daily StaffReporter Last time I checked Wikipedia, it said there were 2,474 four-year colleges in the America. Doesn't that boggle your mind? And you had to whittle that num- ber down to just one...…

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…0 The Michigan Daily 3C MAKE MONEY NOW, THINK GREAT THOUGHTS LATER STUDENTS ARE PUTTING CAREERS BEFORE ENLIGHTENMENT. WHY THAT'S OK. f you talk to almost any academic adviser at the University they'll tell you to pursue a career not because it would make your rich, but because itcmakes you happy. According to the US census though, most students would respond that being rich is exactly whatmakes them happy. The census dat, released last mont...…

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…The Michigan Daily Akt, We can he p. THE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION SERVES ALL STUDENTS AND ALUMNI OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN WITH VALUABLE SERVICES. OUR PROGRAMS CAN HELP YOU NETWORK WITH ALUMNI, EXPLORE YOUR CAREER PATH, MEET NEW PEOPLE AND JUST HAVE FUN! Here are some programs you can benefit from as a U-M student: Alumni NetWorks Find out if a career field is right for you. We'll get you in touch with volunteer alumni who will be happy to talk...…

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…The Michigan Daily Sr _. mil, Why complaining about your GSI's accent is a waste of time (and racist) Some students are blaming their academic troubles on their GSIs' accents. It's an easy way out. It's also the wrong one. By Gabe Nelson I Daily News Editor Like many students at the University, Business sopho- more Eric Brackmann can't understand his graduate student instructor. Brackmann tried to understand his economics GSI's accent, bu...…

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…NSE 21 The Michigan Daily I I Greek execs push for racil un1 Frats, sororities seek to bury legacy of segregation By ALEX DZIADOSZ Daily Staff Reporter When Randal Seriguchi, the National Pan-Hellenic Council's vice president, talks about the Greek system's capacity to culti- vate campus diversity, he is more blunt than most executives. "It's kind of inherently known by students that Greeks have a great deal of influence within the student...…

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…The Michigan Daily NSE, 20( 7r _ i 'navigating > Getting around campus during the first week of classes can be a hassle. Let's be honest: Navigating alien territory is tough. But throw in unreliable busses, out-of-conrol rollerbladers and inch-thick black ice, and it gets even tougher. Now factor in professors who will make a chorus out of your late arrival. The Daily recognizes your plight and has come up with a guide that'll help you p...…

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…8C The Michigan Dailv A My place or Theuads (Central Campus) 0 An introduction to the Universitv's ide alls >> Some people love living in dorms - others abhor it. Either way, serving your requisite two semesters in a residence hall is an essential part of the first-year experience. Here's hoping that you get along with your new roommate. - Kimberly Chou and Bridget O'Donnell 4 4 GREEK LIFE POINT I COUNTERPOINT While you to brotherho...…

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…The Michigan Daily Changing our years ago, LSA senior nities th Karen Soell had a life plan. just wor After graduating from her sity," Al small Catholic high school in La the way Crosse, Wisc., she would study courses English and political science at could do the University with the hopes of Alexa one day going to a prestigious law ing with school, moving to New York City cal and and becoming a corporate law- his cour yer. For a while, everyt...…

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…10C The Michigan Daily I Why North Campusis so creepy It's ver ( ven though I have been a North Campusite who has trekked to the beloved Art and Architecture Building for many years, that "other" campus has always given me an odd feel- ing. For those accustomed to Cen- tral Campus, walking through the North Campus Quad is like visit- ing a Twilight Zone version of the Diag. These two Michigan cam- puses share common features - a bell tower...…

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…The Michigan Daily 11C GERALD FORD I 1913-2006 BO SCHE Mi - 7 anuu u q- 4 F I Legendary coach Bo SchembethIer wit and went to 17 bowl games. He was per 1969 with an upset of a Buckeye team l Fable ByANDREW GROSSMAN and MATT SINGER Daily Staff Reporters Bo Schembechler, the football coach who grew to embody the ideal of the Michigan man, died yesterday. He was 77. Before retiring in 1989, he became the all-time winningest coach in Michigan f...…

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…MOViESe TV MUSICO BOOKS FINE ARTS arts entertainment I'D NEW STUDENT EDITION 2007 . ; ig h r t" d1S s , c a rn -Z . $s 'y k"e r a , a s. l inside Instead of spending a Friday night listening to a CD with a couple of friends, venture into the town and discover the stellar entertainment Ann Arbor offers. As an incoming fresh- man, there's a few things the Daily Arts thinks you may want to know how to do. From creating the per- fect Faceboo...…

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…The Michigan Daily 2D This is not well-bal- anced criticism. This is felonious assault with English diction and syntax. The role of vitriol and almost malicious prose in criticism can be useful, if only as sweet, communal relief for sympathizers. And it's necessary, too. Though unpleasant to perhaps meditate on, the fact remains that roughly 80 percent (and I'm being very, very generous) of the art pro- duced in any given year is absolute cr...…

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…The Michigan Daily 3D There be;. Come on. We couldn't run just one review of '300.' Instead, we let two stubborn film critics go at it. They're still breathing - we think. By PAUL TASSI Daily Film Editor "300" is an action picture stripped of things such as a complex plot, multi-layered characters and his- torical accuracy. While that might cripple most movies, we find that in "300" such things would only take away from a film in which the...…

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…4D The Michigan Daily eWhether or not these movies are classics, chances are most of your fellow freshmen have seen them. These movies will broaden your perspective, or at the very least make you sound like you have a clue. 4 I By the Daily Arts Staff "THE GODFATHER" Kaufman's ingenious and outra- (what's the fi geously high-minded screenplays again?) and It doesn't get any better than is unquestionably his most popu- among a gen this. Thou...…

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…The Michigan Daily ' Daily Arts shows p you 'How-to' You've made it this far. College is quickly approaching and soon you'll be an official col- lege freshman. But, there are a few things you should know before coming the University and the Daily has you covered. On the next two pages, we'll show you everything from handling that first morn- ing after to pulling an all-nighter. With our help you'll soon be on your way to being an experienced ...…

September 04, 2007 (vol. 118, iss. 1) • Page Image 38

…u '- = . A k ' The Michigan Daily E I COOLER THAN THOU How TO ACT BORED AND SUPERIOR AT A PARTY BY KIMBERLY CHOU I Associate Arts Editor Working the walk of shame. By KIMBERLY CHOU and ANDREW SARGUS KLEIN DailyArts Editors The digital clock on the bedside table is blinking red as the alarm clock clicks into a MIDI version of Chris Brown's "Move That Booty." Cali III textbook and papers strewn across the floor, half a fifth of Tri- ple Disti...…

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…The Michigan Daily 7D dF to PHOTO ILLUSTRATION BY ANGELA CESERE AND BEN SIMON/Daly Mash-up phenom Gregg Gillis gets messy with samples By Punit Mattoo I Daily Arts Writer Clipse art Duo's furious second disc a masterpiece By BRIAN CHEN DailyArts Writer After lawsuits, label politics and frustrating delays of the Clipse's sophomore effort Hell Hath No Fury, it's easy to understand the inspiration behind the album's title. But what's surpris...…

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…8D 4 .t ,.Y : 4 d% -The Michigan Daily Pondering'Assassins' and the man behind it all 4 By CATHERINE SMYKA Daily Arts Writer It's impossible to walk out of the theater after seeing a Stephen Sondheim play and not talk about what just hap- pened. And that's not JUST because he can write spec- tacular Broadway musicals. Sondheim can fit more politi- cal and philosophical state- ments in a 100-minute show than some presidents can in an entire...…

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…The Michigan Daily the forces behind S 2o The hype surrounding the Royal Shakespeare Company's stop in Ann Arbor has mostly buzzed around Patrick Stewart. But take a closer look, and you'll see that it takes more than the actors to put together an impressive production. Crew members, engineers and designers for the RSC have made themselves at home at the University, working with local stage professionals as they put together every show, maki...…

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…IoD The Michigan Daily look and listen 4 4 CARGO From page 3D always, you can find it on YouTube). Allow me to set the scene: You're watching a James Brown concert in Los Angeles from 1983. The clip begins with Brown calling up Michael Jackson - by then a super-duper star - and MJ killing everyone by singing averse and busting out a few signature dance moves. As everyone is going wild, he's whispering something in JB's ear. JB walks up t...…

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…tl L I-y .F 3.., .. k I E-' y~ ' C, 4c filic4ioan 4 ail I :. . E" S 6 b jj S ': ; Sf .3 fi .< h NEW STUDENT EDITION 2007 Ks ; a, Y $3 x¢ 1 ., 3Y r v r h oil post x - Z UInsid e History is made every year by Michigan teams. Read on to learn about some of last year's highlights and to find out who may shine this year. Allow us to introduce you to Michigan's new men's basketball coach. Daniel Bromwich discusses his strengths and his glow- i...…

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…The Michigan Daily [uHANDS By Scott Bell I Daily Sports Editor Sophomore Mario Manningham made his presence known in 2005. Now he's ready to get his team's name back on the map. When sophomore wide receiver Mario Manningham outstretches his arms, different people see dif- ferent things. Those close to him may see the tattoos around his wrist, symbolic of his strong family ties. Penn State fans may see the hands that made the catch that preve...…

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…The Michigan Daily 3E s BEN SIMON/Dail ' 'Freshman Ryan Mallett looks to follow in Chad Henne's footsteps as Michigan's qarterack. FOOTBALL INCOMING............ Ryan Mallett, the crown jewel of the Wolverines' incoming football recruiting class and one of the Maize and Blue's most hyped recruits in recent memory, might get a free pass when it comes to freshman initiation this fall. That's because the five-star quarterback joined the team thi...…

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…0 The Michigan Daily pregame hot spots I E 4 More than pizza See our full menu at FREE DELIVERY? ('734) 6b5-4517 Just a short walk from the dorms to discover the greatest tastes in Ann Arbor S14 South State Street between Mill and Packard t". I We DELIVER~ til 4am " 7 days a week! VON'IT WA1T 'tU you've a JuriOlY\0 TO V1SCOVEiR TIOSI' Teres a reason why T105 ia voted~ 6eat Mexican etaurant by Michigan aily and Current reacers year a...…

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…The Michigan Daily U 2 /0 * Sparties make it easy ... and fun 5E Streak Sparted? t's not even fair, really. Do you think I get a kick out of this? Winning an argument against a State fan about which school is better is like beat- ing Matt Trannon in a spelling bee. Or Jeff Smoker in a sobriety contest. _ Or a Michigan State clock operator in a job-efficiency competition. Or Tom Izzo in an "I'm-tall-enough-to- ride-roller-coasters" contest. ...…

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…I The Michigan Daily Beilein's a coach's coach I "I think he's definitely in the top five (coaches in the country), and I think he's the best teacher. He and Bobby Knight are right up there as the best teachers in the country." That quote might be a little partisan. After all, it's from Patrick Beilein, the son and former player of new Michi- gan men's bas- ketball coach John Beilein. But the son's r opinion, while admittedly biased, certa...…

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…Johnny Sears (25) and Jamar Adams (22) leave the field after the 3rd-ranked Michigan football team's 32-t8 loss to 8th-ranked USC in the Rose Bowl. By STEPHANIE WRIGHT Daily Sports Editor PASADENA, Calif. - This year's Rose Bowl was billed as a consola- tion prize for two teams that came up just short of playing for the National Championship. Southern Cal won the prize. Michigan still needs consoling. Nearly a month after Bowl Cham- pionship ...…

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…8E The Michigan Daily How to be an athlete without being athletic aise your hand if you played spqrts in high school. R I'm sure many of you did because this school is full of former high school athletes. You might have been the BMOHSC (Big Man on High School Campus) because you were H. JOSE the only kid who BOSCH could compe- tently throw a Bosch Watch football. Or you might have been a star until you were sidelined by an injury. But whoev...…

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