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May 17, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 3) • Page Image 1

…One hundred four years of editorialfreedom %ummer Weekly Wednesday May 17, 1995 r Al ''uc' , 1<,' s' ' s7. , y a' < ' 3"" .t 'U'female romotions to increase 4 percent By Amy Klein Daily News Editor As the University continues to hire more women faculty, the number of women recommended for promotion to full professor has grown 4 percent from last year. Provost and Executive Vice Presi- dent for Academic Affairs Gilbert R. Whitaker Jr. said ...…

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…2-The Michigan Daily- Wedtesday, May 17,1995 Alumnus donates $3M for Med School scholorship fund By Marisa Ma For the Daily Following the recent donations of a grateful University alumnus, the Medical School will be able to provide more op- portunities for faculty and students. Alumnus Dr. J. Griswold Ruth and his wife, Margery Hopkins Ruth, of Sun City, Ariz. have established a charitable remainder trust at the Medical School to endow a prof...…

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…I Wednesday, May 17, 19g5 - The Michigan Daily - 3 'U'doctorsfavor assisted death more By Jessica Mass Fatal Tendencies Daily Staff Reporter The debate surrounding the legal and Caneer specialists in university-based moral implications of assisted-suicide prac tices are more likely to support was sparked again when Dr. Jack Kevor- assited suicide and adiUnister such kian was present atla 23rd death last Fri- medcince, says a new University st...…

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…4 --The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, May 17, 1995 420 Maynard Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109 Edited and managed by students at the University of Michigan RONNIE GLASSBERG ADRIENNE JANNEY Editor in Chief JOEL F. KNUTSON Editorial Page Editors Unless otherwise noted, unsigned editorials reflect the opinion of a majority )) the Daily's editorial board. All other articles, letters and cartoons do not necessarily reflect the opinion of the Daily's edito...…

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…Wednesday, May 17, 1995-- The Michigan Daily -5 Sel-tale grafitti A nervous person with a bladder the size of a g-pong ball, I've made numerous pit stops at all restrooms on campus. After three years, I can ely say that the ladies room of choice is the one ated closest tothe Angell Hallcomputingcenter. Actually, as University bathrooms go, it's only e. It's not as posh as those at Rackham, yet oesn't run out of toilet paper quite as often as...…

May 17, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 3) • Page Image 6

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…Wednesday, May 17, 1995-- The Michigan Daily -7 services $ ,,s 0/WK. BY HOME mailing. Leam how. ree info. Rush SASE to: V.A. Brinkley, P.O. ox 4028, Ann Arbor, MI 48106. CASH FOR COLLEGE. 900,000 GRANTS AVAILABLE. NO REPAYMENTS, EVER. QUALIFY IMMEDIATELY. 1-800-243-2435. * SANDI'S WORD PRO: Resumes. Letters. rs. Theses. Law. Editing. Tapes. Fax. sh. U-M $ Discount. 426-5217. RESUMES: Custom layout, WorkPerfect, laser printing, cover leters. C...…

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…8-The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, May 17, 1995 State reps criticize 'U' reputation in Lansing By Spencer Dickinson Daily Staff Reporter When State Senator Alma Wheeler Smith joined Ann Arbor Representatives Liz Brater and Mary Schroer to address faculty members on Monday, the three Democrats wamed that the University was doing a poor job selling itself in Lansing. "There is a sense (in Lansing) that this is a bastion of liberalism," Brater , ...…

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…Wednesday, May 17, 1995 - The Michigan Daily -9 'U' denies appeal in harassment case By Ronnie Glassberg Daily Editor In Chief The University has denied an appeal under the Statement of Student Rights and Responsibilities by American culture doctoral student Melanie Welch, who was found responsible in January of ha- rassing a neighbor. Welch's case was the first open hear- ing under the University's code of non- academic conduct. David Cahill...…

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…10 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, May 17, 1995 'U' physicist heads research to explain missmg mass puzzle By Christine Williams said. agree that there is not enough measur- Daily Staff Reporter One of Kane's developments in- able matter to hold galaxies together. A new theory by a University physicist volved the theory of supersymmety, the "Ninety percent or more of the mass of may explain the mysterious cold dark mat- idea that some subato...…

May 17, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 3) • Page Image 11

…- .- I Blues at Rick's JIj Adiljan EaiU Gary Primach, blues harmonica player extraordinaire, plays at Rick's tonight. R T S Doors open at 9 p.m. Call 996-2747 for Wednesday more information. May 17,1995 You gotta ly Ted Watts 'aily Arts Writer Faith No More is that hard to de- cribe hard-edged band that stormed to the scene with the hit single "Epic" d followed up that success with the isturbingly good album "Angel Dust," r which they toured...…

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…2- The Michigan Daily- Wednesday, May 17, 1995 Crimson Tide' awash with suspense 3y Frank C. ke4 )aily Staff Reporter "Crimson Tide" is a dramatic, action- idventure starring Oscar-winners Denzel Washington and Gene Hackman as dedi- :ated naval officers aboard a submarine >rdrred to prepare to launch their nuclear nissiles in a preemptive strike against a ormer Soviet nuclear-missile base. The ase is seizedby a rebellious Russian na- onalist,...…

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…Wednesday, May 17, 1995 - The Michigan Daily - 13 SO's May Festival performance solid Brian Wise with big gestures - certainly the right Other potentially problematic sections aily Arts Writer thing for Mahler's symphonic colossus. were executed effortlessly. The offstage The Ann Arbor May Festival began Colossal in every dimension, in fact, at brass fanfares in the finale were both a successful two-concert stand by nearly two hours in lengt...…

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…14-The Michigan Daily -Wednesday, May 17, 1995 Sweet's show was 100%7 fun 3y Jennifer Buckley )aily Arts Writer During his two-hour set at the Majet ic Theater Friday night, singe ongwriter Matthew Sweet bega hrowing angel food cake at his aud mce. Sweet had presented the cake i elebration of his drummer's birthda md to some the fluffy stuff may hav ;eemed incongruous, thrown into aloud of smoke hovering above a se of shattered beer bottles....…

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…continued from page 11 have been spent on creating cleve melody instrumentationtotakethe place of weird uningsanddistortion. The album openers are a study in con- trasts: First comes the skronky anti-pop of "Queen Bee and her Pals,"then the droning, slightly dissonant "Ono Soul," with the memorablelyric"Allhailthequeenofnoise!" Most of the songs succeed on their own warpedterms, like "Blues From Beyond the Grave ""Feathers"and "Cherry's Blues....…

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…6 - The Michigan Daily --Wednesday, May 17, 1995 Golfers take 3rd at Big Tens 0 Wolverines nab best finish since '88; Dobbs comes in 3rd drm Staff Reports The Michigan men's golf team has accomplished its goal. The Wolverines placed third in this weekend's Big Ten Championship, their best finish since 1988. Michigan's Kyle Dobbs, a graduate of Saline High School, finished in a three-way tie for third at the meet, which was held at University ...…

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…BASEBAL Continued from page 20 runs in the seventh for a 15-2 final. Chris Hesse (3-1), who relieved Michigan starter Mark Temple in the sixth inning, suffered his first loss. First baseman Chad Chapman was 3- for-5 with two doubles and four RBI. Coston also had three hits for Michigan. Bob Spears (6-3) took the mound in the second inning to earn the win for Ohio State. In the nightcap, the Wolverines again jumped out to an early lead, only to...…

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…n_ _ _ _ _ _Wednesday, May 17,1995 - The Michigan Daily,-1 Michigan prepares for Big Tens j Monica Polakov Michigan will be fighting for a top ball player Tyrone Wheatley, who run )aily Sports Writer spot along with favorite Wisconsin as the sprints and hurdles, to help their team The Michigan men's track and field well as Illinois, Minnesota, Indiana and attain a strong finish. " eam is preparing for the Big Ten Chain- Ohio State. The Wolveri...…

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… ! . / ..' . j£ . t . . __ .. wk. Diamond Gem Michigan softball coach Carol Hutchins leads the Wolverines into the NCAA Tournament. See page 16. SPORTS Wednesday e May 17, 1995 4 .: ,.;x, :sanac vr rr%,o:.aas ::+ sh. -;. ;. w, -*. w;«;:-a . _uw ... ,+ .:: sic-- : 3: ,., ,; i .,Y.«. , q .: a :. - _ . , _ .. Wolverines shoot dowr Hawkeyes to win title By Sarah DeMar Daily Softball Writer After surpassing its previous record of 46 wins, t...…

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