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June 29, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 126) • Page Image 1

… iedirIipan kig One hundred seven years ofeditorizlfreedom News: 76-DAILY Display: 764-0554 Classified: 764-0557 Monday June 29, 1998 v .: , . < 41 :.; ,. Storm hits campus, flood s streets By AMit Pandya Daily Staff Reporter The heat and humidity have found a permanent home in Ann Arbor, and last week, the duo decid- ed to call their friends over. Last Wednesday, thurder and lightening accompanied extreme temperatures and filled the ski...…

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…2 - The Michigan Daily - Mqnday, )upn 29, 1998 ROYALTIES Continued from Page 1 solely to the national championship goods. The area store's staff also had to work many extra hours to keep up with the increase in business. "We usually see a lull in sales in January, February and March," Switzer said. "This year we never saw that lull. We kept on all of our staff during those months." Both Switzer and VanDe Wege said that business has dropped so...…

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…Molday, Jrie 29,; '1 ~- TeMi1iankD' Dty- Girl Scout patch gets University influence By Christine Branson For the Daily. 2.5 million Girl Scouts can add a new badge to their sashes - one creat- ed by a University professor. Architecture Prof. Melissa Harris said her work with local Huron Valley Girl Scouts inspired the idea of the new badge. The Huron Valley Girl Scout Council contacted Harris early last year for assistance with designing ba...…

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…4 - The Michigan Daily - Monday, June 29, 1998 Edited and managed by CHRIS FARAH DAvID WALLACE students at the a Editor in Chief Editorial Page Editor University of Michigan Unless otherwise noted. tosigncd doItorials recrt the >Jion ofth 420 Maynard Street majority of the Dails editorial board. Allot er article. ltterand A nn A rbor, MI 48109 cartoons do not necessarily reflect the opinion of ihe Michigan 1bail A t the University Board of Re...…

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…Monday, June 29, 1998 - The Michigan Daily - 5 T4OTABLE QUOTABLE " They're drawing well ... There's no reason for that to change. There's not that much else to do in Omaha." - Michigan assistant hockey coach Mel Pearson, on the success of the hockey program of the University of Nebraska-Omaha. ETTERSTOTHE TOR and needs away games 1o rest ro THE DAILY: In Erin Holmes' recent arti- le "Footbalfans my get way games at home" 15/98), a possibilit...…

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…4 VW JETFA '88-4-door, air, cruis, 5-spd AM/FM cass. $1500 o.b.o. 975-6506. **********PARKING!********** On campus parking! Special rates! 665-8825. BI tic cr 40 Fl $2 C Sa 01 EAUTIFUL CREAM-COLORED sec )nal coach wih hrow pillows. $4110. - eam-colored armchair. $100. 734-427- )61. f or rent UTON MATTRESS for sale: Queen size, 20. 669-8670. WORLD OF ROCKS rystals*fossils*Beadshop-- Ypsilanti Flea Market, backwall, Fri., 3-8, at. & Sun. 10-...…

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…ECISION Continued from Page 1 fight back. MSA treasurer and Bram Elias said the assembly composed a compromise proposal, which avoided the necessity of changing the constitution. "This new proposal will allow for a student regent without costing students' money," Elias said. Regent Martin Taylor (D-Grosse Point Farms) said he is happy with the decision to not incorpo- rate a student regent at this time. "This is a classic case of Pandora's Box...…

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…Folksinger Ani Difranco will perform at Meadowbrook tonight at 7:30. Tickets are still available at all Ticketmaster Monday outlets. June 29, 1998 Superb actin in *'Out' Matthew Barrett Daily Arts Writer He tried playing a vampire dlaser. It didn't work. IHe played a divorced father xith eves for Michelle Pfeiffer. Not happening. And then he tried the superhero thing. That didn't really work ither. After several failed attempts at trans- lati...…

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…10 - The Michigan Daily - Monday, June 29, 1998 'Future' is excellent extension of 'X-Files' season." By Gabe Smith Daly Arts Witer "This is weird," said Fox Mulder as he attempt- ed to trek through the cornfield. About a second later, the unMistakable voice of his partner is heard. "I agree. This is weird," remarked Dana Scully as she brushed aside blades from the manyr com plants that surrounded her. That the two were walking through a corn...…

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…11 - The Michigan Daly - Monday, June 29, 1998 .Album captures spirit of X Games By Jewel Gopwanl Daily Arts Writer In its third year, the mainstream response to Vans Warped Tour, ESPN's OX Games, is set for June 18-28. ESPN is trying to wow the kids by accompa- nying the skateboarding, skysurfing, barefoot water-skiing and BMX biking with "Music From the X (iames." A compilation filled with popular songs, "Music f from the X Games" spells o...…

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… .~~MICHGAN% 44 RERN 140southunvriy(bvgodiecaysA in on.-thurs.:9:OO0-l:O0p sundaysj I$ fri. &sat.: 9: a-11:OOp 11:00.-ooPI 4 other "-way lowj 44~ ~ Joj \S Iode I CAI5.. Vd le Gc45s axe re m vsl tm Great b ands gather. to help free Tibet 7Z I By Ryan Malkin Daily Arts WGriter Mother Nature was not listening to the non-violence message being sent to 55,000 screaming fans at this years Tibet Freedom Concert in Washington I).C, the outdoor...…

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…Monday, June 29, 1998 - The Michigan Daily - 13 Hotinued from Page 11 "We got better at song writing,' Clayden said. There was no pres- sure on this LP. We had no label, we had no money, we didn't even know if the LP would ever get released. So we just went into our garage studio - does this make us a garage band? - and experiment- ed and enjoyed ourselves. * "We sampled double bass gui- tars, ripping up magazines, bees, pissing in the cups, ...…

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…"Cmn p next week... Cincinnati Reds shortstop Barry Larkin reminisces about Ann Arbor, late nights at Dooley's and Michigan baseball. Monday IA E June 29, 1998 CCHA says yes togu x Nebraska- Omaha A.y Josh Kleinbaum Daily Sports Editor Last Wednesday, the CCHA made consideration a reality by accepting Nebraska-Omaha as its 12th member, effective the 1999-2000 season. "It's terrific," CCHA commissioner Tom Anastos said. "It's a good fit for th...…

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…Monday, June 29, 1998 - The Michigan Daily - 15 .. 1998 NHL Draft lct ns First Round S ,mpaB -VncentL ecaie, C RirninokA QMJAL 2. Nashvilie - David Legand, C, Plymr uh OHL 3. San Jose - Brad Stuart, 0, Regina, WHL 4. Vancouver - Bryan Alien, D. Osnawa, OHL 5. Anaheim - Vitaly Vishnevsky, D. Yaroslavl 2, Russia 2 6. Calgary - Rice Fata, C, Lorant, GAL 7. N.Y. Rangers - Manny Maihotra. C, Guelypi, OHL 8. Chicago- Mark Bell, C/LW, Ottawa, OHL 9....…

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…16 - The Michigan Daily - Monday, June 29, 1998 Baston, Traylor drafted Robert Traylor DI has rm xd routinely In Crisder Arena, but now he wilbe f taking to the F NBA arenas, where he will be , playing for the ', Milwaukee Bucks. WARRENZINN/Da p The University of Michigan WHAT'S Department of Recreational Sports HAPPENING INTRAMURAL SPORTS PROGRAM Intramural Roller Hockey Officials Needed! " No Experience " Get a Free Necessary T-Shirt " Off...…

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…Monday, June 29, 1998 - The Michigan Daily - 17 Carr to stay parked through 2004 Compensation still ranks low among nation's elite coaches By UMs Subramanan Daily Sports Writer Long-term stability has come to the Michigan football program in the form of head coach Lloyd Carr's new contract, signed last Saturday. The seven-year contract extends through the 2004 season. Carr's latest contract bucks a trend of one- year contract renewals for the...…

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…18 - The Michigan Daily - Monday, June 29, 1998 'M' golfer paralyzed By Rick Freeman Daily Sports Writer A Michigan golfer has been in the Intensive Care Unit of a Milwaukee hos- pital since June 19, paralyzed after diving off the deck of a friend's boat on Lake Michigan. Brent Baribeau, who is on the reserve squad, is scheduled to have. surgery soon, but most likely will not walk - or play golf-- again, his moth- er, Karen, said. "He's my so...…

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…Monday, June 29, 1998- The Michigan Daily - 19 France survives r on 'golden goal' LENS, France (AP) - After the French forwards failed for nearly two hours, defender Laurent Blanc scored the first ever World Cup "golden goal" yesterday to put France into the quar- terfinals. The centerback finally crashed through the gallant Paraguayan defense for a 1-0 win that calmed the nerves of the host nation. The sudden-death overtime is being used for...…

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…-1 20 - The Michigan Daily -- Monday, June 29, 1998 Frog Island Fest gives cool music in the hot su By Michael Galloway 'tDaily Arts Editor Imagine a giant, blue and white striped tent with people sitting underneath and around it in lawn chairs or on beach towels, listening to the swing grooves of Blues, Jazz, Zydeco, Cajun, R & B or Roots Rock, depending on the live band. Anywhere from 10 to 50 people are in front of the band, danc- ing in...…

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