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August 09, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 14) • Page Image 1

…~IE &I4U1a &ulg Wednesday One hundred four years of editorialfreedom August 9, 1995 Summer Weekly State lawmaker calls buyouts 'offensive' y Amy Klein Daily News Editor Following this summer's media frenzy over former Michigan head football coach Gary Moeller's resignation, a Lansing law- maker is renewing his proposal to limit ati- letic department contract buyouts. In a letter to regents and trustees at both Michigan State University and ...…

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…2 -The Michigan Daily -Wednesday, August 9, 1995 Buyours Continued from page 1 Brewer argues that the contract buyouts have cost Michigan taxpayers approximately $2 million. Moeller, who resigned May 4, will receive $388,026 for the final 2 1/2 years of his contract, while Perles was given a base salary of $148,179 for each of the three years left on his contract. "It's truly unbelievable - Perles is the best paid non-working guy I can think ...…

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…Ieavy rains tause problems or 'U' buildings By Maggie Weyhing pipe became backed up with water and Daily Staff Reporter because it was not capped, it came in While many of the campus buildings through this pipe," he said. 4re undergoing construction, natural disas- Brooks said that the damage was min- ter has hindered this process. mal and that the problem was handled on Heavy rains and high winds took their sight. toll on the construc- The Fr...…

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… Ite dl3u L&d 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 the Daily's editorial board. All other articles, letters and cartoons do not necessarily reflect the opinion of the Daily's editorial board. A W atchdogs are ...…

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…artime acts Fifty years ago this week the United States of merica dropped the world's first atomic bomb on e Japanese city of Hiroshima. Almost 80,000 ople died instantly from the blast, and almost 00,000 more in the preceding days and weeks ied from radiation exposure and sickness. Today, President Harry Truman's decision to top the A-bomb is practically taken to granted as necessity to end a bloody and brutal war that cost e 40 million lives...…

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…6 The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, August 9, 1995 f" 3 BDRM. ON CATHERINE: for 3-4, prkg., ldry $1000, $1100 + util. 449-4797. lost & found 3 BDRM. Washtenaw bus. Near US-23. Con- venient to UM & shopping. 973-7165. a 3 BDRM., 412 N. Thayer, central campus, available for fall, $960 + elec. Call 996-0087. LOST: BLUE loose leaf notebook w/metal Does Apartment edge & black calendar w/ID. & papers. Call Well Designed Co. 944-1915. Hunting Leave Y...…

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…Wednesday, August 9, 1995 - The Michigan Daily -7 9 cemver i varousAn ardo area taus. WamitosePersoniel full- and part-time $6.00/hr. to start - These positions offer ai excel- . lent opportunity forsttdents, homemakers, and others to spend the fail season earning extra cash for the holidays, and possibly attain regular, full-ime employment. Posi- tions are available day and afternoon/ evening shifts, In various facilities. Experience is not...…

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…8 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, August 9, 1995 Marlboro, owned by Philip Morris Cos., is the nation's No. 1 cigarette brand. . In the first quarter of 1995 Philip Morris's U.S. cigarette business posted an operating income of $874 million - up 15 percent from one year earlier. M'i rib iii 'A curious buzz': Why people smoke Thirty-one years have passed since the surgeon general announced that cigarette smoke is a cause of lung can- cer,...…

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…Wednesday, August 9, 1995 - The Michigan Daily -- 9 M2 '' .. ? ; "" ° ,, _ ,, ,. , ~ ; RJR Nabisco Cos. owns Camel, Winston, Salem and Doral brands of cigarettes. For the first quarter of 1995, RJR Nabisco suffered a loss in its operating income, which sank 4 percent to $370 million. Kckng the habit goes pasta D --you-w... SIn 1991, 5,601 Michigar * -11died from smoking-related illnesses. One out of five d stic f eys or a patch Michigan a...…

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…10- The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, August 9, 1995 Fermi II protesters continue their efforts By Patience Atkin Daily News Editor The Fermi II nuclear reactor probably won't be shut down any time soon, bit that didn't stop anti-Fermi protesters from spending the weekend demonstrating against the facility. Police arrested three protesters Satur- day for trespassing on the reactor site, lo- cated in Monroe."'They were arrested at the plant said...…

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…The Shriveled Arm of E didg attI Uma Kimbell Now showing through Aug. 13 at Performance Network, 403 W. Washington. Wednesday / Call 663-0681 for more info. August 9, 1995 anclub rock with flying colors Thomas Crowley With more than one or two member aily Arts Writer -TEENAGE ANCLUB a group operating steadily as singer, Sometimes you can judge an album When: Friday, Aug 11 songwriter, is it not likely for competitio its cover. Take for instan...…

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…12 -The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, August 9, 1995 'Waterworld' a solid effort uanaaian nae-rocxers Jaie piay tne wino rig on Aug. 27 with Versus. I 1ENDAR1 National Poetry Slam- Ann Ar- bor hosts the sixth annual national con- test. Call 810-645-6666 for ticket info. The Plumbobs -Local insanity at the Blind Pig Tomorrow. Call the Pig at 996-8555 for info on this or any other Blind Pig shows. The Bucket - CD release party at the Blind Pig ...…

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…Shudder to Think about success y Ella do Loon aily Arts Writer Stream of consciousness. Ran- m thoughts that translate into song rics. From its conception, that's ow Washington, D.C. band Shud- er to Think has operated. "We got our name from our first rummer, Mike Russell," explained ad singer and guitarist Craig edren. "He said, 'I shudder to ink that such-and-such a song e're writing is going to be just an- ther boom-pa, boom-ba hardcore 'e...…

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… - The Michigan Daily -Wdnesday August 9. 995 CLAssIc Continued from page 16 be examined relentlessly - and he knows it. "The first game will be important," Carr said. "We need to put some things to rest." At least Carr can take solace in his- tory. That's Welsh's problem. Ann Arbor has not been kind to the Virginia coach. He has taken many teams to Michigan, only to send them home with sore behinds. "Back then, (the Wolverines) spanked us pr...…

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…Wednesday, August 9; 1995 - The Michigan Daily -1T 2995 Michigan Wolverines fall sports schedule FOOTBALL ug. 26 VIRGINIA (Pigskin Classic) ept. 2 at Illinois 9 MEMPHIS 16 at Boston College 30 MIAMI (OHIO) ct. 7 NORTHWESTERN 21 at Indiana 28 MINNESOTA ov. 4 at Michigan State 11 PURDUE 18 at Penn State 25 OHIO STATE MEN'S GOLF (fall schedule) ept. 17-18 RellaStar Collegiate Golf Invite at Dellwood, Minn. 22-24 WOLVERINE INVITE ct. 9 Windon Me...…

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… That's all folks! The next sports page will beN SPORTSTuesday on Sept 5. Wednesday August 9,1995 Michigan teams prepare for autumn By John Leroi Daily Sports Editor These days, almost every Michigan 'n's attention is focused on the football program. And with fall right around the corner and the Pigskin Classicjust a little more than two weeks away, there is more than just a little hype surrounding Michi- gan Stadium. But seven other Michig...…

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