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July 19, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 11) • Page Image 1

…One hundred four years of editorial freedom ummer Weekly Wednesday July 19, 1995 ruition hike lowest in years rn-state tuition shows 'commitment to residents' Milder increase 15 F- y Amy Klein aily News Editor In a single step that might improve rel, ons with both Lansing and Michigan res ents, the University has proposed the lowe i-state tuition increase in the last decade. The proposed 1995-96 General Fund bu which includes a 4.9-percen...…

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…2 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, July 19, 1995 TUITION Continued from page 1 cent rate of inflation, out-of-state stu- dents are facing a 6.8-percent increase. For the first time in five years, the non- resident tuition increase is higher than the hike for in-state students. Regent Andrea Fischer Newman (R- Ann Arbor) said that the noticeable raise in out-of-state tuition strengthens the University's ties to the Michigan com- munity. "(The...…

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…Jetroit dailies strike after negotiations fail Wednesday, July 19, 1995 - The Michigan Daily - 3 y Christina Rieske Daily Staff Reporter The presses keep on rolling at The Detroit News and The Detroit Free Press, despite the loss of 2,500 union newspaper workers who left their jobs last Thursday after contract negotia- tions came to a halt. Relying on managers and replace- ment workers, the two papers have ombined forces to " We have produce...…

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…4 -The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, July 19, 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 of 4 the Daily's editorial hoard. All other articles, letters and cartoons do not necessarily reflect the opinion of the Daily's edi...…

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…Wednesd """nunSaed ons NTB QOAE * "~~ Nom u Qori E t the Fair begin "it seems there's a better way to do all this." Art Fair starts today! If you're at all like me, ou're probably sitting around kicking yourself that ou didn't find a way toget out of town earlier. Now - Neal Shine, publisher of the Detroit Free Press ou'restuck.Andguesswhat:.Youaregoingnowhere. So, you might as well deal with it. Get ready to Viewpoint, swallowed up by the Art...…

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… Wednoesdav. Julv 19 1995 --The MinhinanfDailv - 7 rruUllvOUQyJ'ilUly 1,7, 1.7a:! 1 1 IC IYII4IIIvaII Elally -, Pre-college programs prepare students for education By Deborah 6. Weinstein Daily Staff Reporter High school seniors aren't the only ones pondering the meaning of college or their impending future. The University is participating in a statewide program that brings almost 2,000 high school students to university campuses throughou...…

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…8- The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, July 19, 1995 MiTCHELL Continued from page 1 for his premeditated violence. "If you are never again free, what we have done here today will have accomplished some- thing," he said. Many of the victims could not be present in the courtroom, including the 48-year-old victim of the 1992 Eberwhite Woods assault, who still ex- periences difficulty walking as a result of Mitchell's attack. Coates read statements f...…

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…Wednesday, July 19, 1995 - The Michigan Daily - 9 Feedback forms revamped for Sclarity, accuracy Five-year veteran "art fairers" MareAn Flanders and her husband Irv prepare the floor for their booth on State St. yesterday. Food, art booths draw crowds UUof 500,000 to A2 for annual fair New questionnaires look to 'recognize and reward' teaching in promotion decisions By Marisa Ma Daily Staff Reporter At the end of the semester many stu- dents...…

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… Miissng L o*1palooza? Get a bit of the taste of the festivities tonight at industry in Pontiac where second-stagers Coolio and The Pharcyde will perform. Tickets are $12.50 in advance. Doors open at 9 p.m. ?fie Ihdligan tiIg ARTS Pavement goes to summer camp Wednesday July 19,1995 By Jennifer Buckley Daily Arts Writer It must have seemed like a good idea at the time, back when the powers that be at Lollapalooza were concocting the lineup ...…

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…Wednesday, y 19 heVlicigar Daily- 11 *ika's music is out of this world kAndya Is m sciDu o h s w rdolan star off wsith a drim loop, which eventu- ly triter .LOLLAPALOOZA ally gets replaced with real drums by the If rock music were to die an untimely When: Thursday, July 20 end of the day. It's also great for captur ath any time soon, the void would Where: Pine Knob ing sound effects, sounds around the pefully be filled by bands such as Tickets...…

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…12- The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, July 19, 1995 PAVEMENT under Malkmus' lyrical knife in that song). It ... takes more time to get used Continued from page 10 to; it's more confusing. The songs we've we play 'Cut Your Hair' at these chosen to the album's singles so far - Lollapalooza shows. It gets a much bigger 'Rattledby the Rush' and 'Father to a Sis- response, even if it's a lame version." ter of Thought' - we'd hoped they'd beF Of the i...…

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…rant's newest seems to last'months' Scott Plagenhoef tams as a surprisingly frequently other Columbus effort, "Nine Months" is y Arts Editor unamusing Russian obstetrician. far too populated with pratfalls. After the Sixty dollars doesn't get you a lot "Nine Months" is directed by Chris successes of "Home Alone" and "Mrs ese days. Yet in the case of Hugh Grant Columbus, who with previous credits Doubtfire," Columbus seems unwilling to may end ...…

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…Mustang mania Roller hockey makes its pitch in Wednesday .jte Motor City. See page 16JulyP9,1995M .... Bo would keep Mo By Nicholas J. Cotsonika "I'd have fought to keep him (if I Daily Sports Editor was athletic director)," Schembechler Life would be a lot different for the said. "I'd have probably punched him Wolverines if Bo Schembechler was still in the mouth for making such a tragic around. Quarterbacks wouldn't throw as mistake. Maybe ...…

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…'M' football ranked low Wednesday, July 19, 1995 - The Michigan Daily - 15 By Nicholas J. Cotsonika inexperience at quarterback and defense Daily Sports Editor as a liability. Michigan football has had a horrible "The Wolverines have one of the sunmner. country's best offensive ltnes and receiv- The Wolverines' head coach made ing corps, but they also must break in a the cover of Sports Illustrated in May af- new quarterback and they have o...…

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…16 -The Michigan Daily -Wednesday, July 19, 1995 Roller hockey shows its business in Motor City Mustang Jay Mazur hits the SportCourt to cheers. Editor's note: This is the last in a three-part series on Detroit's newest sportsfranchise, the Motor City Mustangs of Roller Hot-key International. By Nicholas J. Cotsonika Daily Sports Editor ETROIT --Twenty minutes after the game, he still couldn't relax. Motor City Mustangs captain Bobby Reynold...…

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