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June 19, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 7) • Page Image 1

… udedfiyears tau ofe tadtefdeedom Jsnfityp )uderstadt bids Universit presidency farewell Wednesday S19, x1996 ennifer Harvey and Katie Wang News Editors "I am basically a builder," said James uderstadt of his years as president of e University. Since Duderstadt took office in 988, the University has undergone tst changes: cosmetic, financial, ructural and compositional. When eofficially steps down at the end of is month, he will walk away kn...…

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…2 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, June 19, 1996 NEWs DUDERSTADT Continued from Page 1 -cerns." Duderstadt also said the campus is financially and aesthetically much stronger then it was before he took office. "In the mid-'80s the campus really looked like a dump. Now we have a wonderful environment for learning," he said. His greatest accomplishment as president was "getting the University to look forward to the future rather than worryi...…

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…NEWS Wednesday, June 19, 1996 - The Michigan Daily - , Getting your head examined The curator of Biological Anthropology in the Exhibit Museum of Natural History, views a new dis- ay showcasing the reconstruction the head of a 10,000 year old Native American woman unearthed in 1983. Art Prof. Dennis Lee created a model of what the woman's head might have looked like based on standardized Asian facial tissue depth markers used in modern fore...…

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…4 - The Michigan Daily - June 19, 1996 Edited and managed by LAURIE MAYK ERIN MARSH students at the Editor in Chief PAUL SERILLA g University of Michigan Editorial Page Editors Unless otherwise noted.unsigneedditorials reflect the opinin of the 420 Maynard Street na<rit of the Da torial hoard. .11 other articles. 'etters and Ann Arbor, MI 48109 "a""o's""""teeeidt rehcthe opinion tj *The Mi"hig"an Da O n June 30, an era will come to an end. Ja...…

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… Wednesday, June 19, 1996 - The Michigan Daily - 5 600 miles to merican Gothic I recently told someone that I was traveling cross country this summer. I think his reply was omething resembling, "Wow, I've always wanted o see the West Coast." But when I proceeded to ell him that I was embarking on a two-week tour f the continental United- tes, sans any particular ination, he frowned and tied to caution me on my hasty" decision. This reaction t...…

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…1 6 - The Michigan Daily= Wedne FUR SALE: Full-sized futon w/black metal frame $175, oak dinette table wtwo chairs $150. Call 434-3934.C pu rS automotive -- owiancievasoiciiigsit LAPTOP STOLEN from Law Library June 9. For the person who took my black bag marked Edicon please retun the red diskette holder, which contains two years work and was also in the bag, to: Cecile Toumaye, 520 Packard, Apt. #3, A2 MI 48104. 669-0558. No questions aske...…

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…8 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, June 19, 1996 NEWS AIDS memorial, mass wedding to be held in Lansing By Janet Adamy Daily Staff Reporter The Michigan Pride Festival and the eighth-annual "Remember My Name" AIDS memorial service will be held at the state capitol in Lansing this Saturday. The Pride Festival, centered on Michigan's march for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered rights, is hosted each year by the Michigan Pride organizati...…

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…P OETRY SLAM The Ann Arbor Poetry Slam closes out its season July 2 at the Heidelberg Club. Poets will com- pete for cash and spots on the National Slam team Open mike before and after. Doors open at 7:0pm 3 cover. ARTS Wednesday f Jdune 19, 19967 Pulitzer winner, 'U' alum Richard Ford to return to Ann Arbor, read at Borders By Dean Bakopoulos thinking." I)aily Arts Writer The decision to * When writer Richard Ford comes to Ann Arbor, "Ind...…

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…19 -TheAichigan aily--W gnesday June 19,1996 Ben Harper slides into opens for Dave Matth By Greg Parker ... It just happens to be a very diverse Daily Arts Editor group of people ... the definition is in the Ben Harper takes his music serious- music." ly. It.is this attitude that has brought Harper doesn't approach rock and roll worldwide success for Harper and his in the traditional sense. Rather, he places band, the Innocent Criminals. Harpe...…

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…'U scientists try new KK r / [t / t1rt'1t 3 "X A thIk -NMWS Wednr&esday, June i. 16 - Te Mich gn Day - 11 111eUU o U s a By Brian Campbell Daily Staff Reporter University researchers are trying to eliminate the laborious methods of cur- rent DNA analysis by shrinking the biology laboratory onto a sngle V icrochip. "Our goal is to automate the process by, in essence, shrinking the lab to fit on one silicon microchip," said Assistant Prof. of...…

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…12 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, June 19, 1996 Slew of new films promises hot summer movie season By Gab. Smith Daily ArsWrite The official summer movie season is upon us. It is a time where the pub- lic is hit with a barrage of big-budget flicks guaranteed to whet the viewing appetite. Several have already invaded the theaters, including "Twister," "Mission: Impossible," "The Rock" and "The Cable Guy." The invasion has just begun, though...…

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…O LYMPIC PROFILE At the 1984 Los Angeles Summer Games, Michigan's Steve Fraser made history by winning the first U.S. gold medal in Greco- Roman wrestling. See page 14. SPORTS Wednesday June 19, 1996 13J Michigan senior Trinity Townsend, who finished fourth at last month's NCAA Championships, fell short of earning a chance to gain International honors at the Olympic Games. The Muskegon Heights native advanced to the semifinals in the 800-me...…

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…:4 - TM ig ,D y -W Wdnesday June 19,,9S O T OLYMPIC PROFILE: STEVE FRASER Former Wolverine wrestler makes' return to O1mpic arena as coach Bly Wilt Mc~ahIll Daily Sports Editor Indeed, it took Fraser almost four years of training around his work sched- "I kept thinking that at any moment I ule just to make it to the U.S. Olympic was going to wake up," Steve trials, and then a series of Iaser said of his time at the tough competitions to make ...…

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…SPORTS Denver trades Fab Fiver Rose to "Indiana in four-player transaction Wednesday, June 19, 1996 - The Mi higan Daily - 15 INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Former Michigan standout Jalen Rose was trad- ed last Thursday to the Indiana Pacers along with Denver teammate Reggie Williams for veteran guards Mark ackson and Ricky Pierce. The teams also exchanged first- round picks in the June 26 draft, mov- ing the Pacers to the No. 10 position with Denver d...…

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…6 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, June 19, 1996 THE Focus w - I Yost Timeline 1924: The arena, then known as Yost Field House, was built next to '*erry Field. It was named after leg- endary Michigan football coach and athletic director Fielding H. Yost. 1944: Vic Heylinger, who will go on to become the most successful Wolverine hockey coach, takes over from Edward Lowrey. 1948: Michigan wins the first-ever NCAA Ice Hockey National Champions...…

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