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July 17, 2000 (vol. 110, iss. 49) • Page Image 1

…Julay.Ii 17. 2000 ()ne hundred nine' isvofretf'pifrrl freedom w wwwach'iotanclailv.cnrn grt Fair prep In Full swing ly Usa Hoffman -or the Dailsy *eginning this week, the music of cuador and the sounds of swing bands ill fill the streets of Ann Arbor, along ith original artwork from people round the world, during the 41st Ann trbor Art Fair. The city has been busy preparing for de event for quite a while, considering eople pack the streets...…

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…2 - The Michigan Daily - Monday, Jlty 17, 2000 REGENTS Continued from Page 1 million project to add 400 balcony seats to Yost Ice Arena, to be located across from the press box. The seats will be specifically for supporters of the University hockey program. "With the success of the hockey pro- gram, including two national champi- onships in the last four years, the demand for tickets remains very high," University Chief Financial Officer Rich...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Monday, u Y i, ddu -3 Construction starts for Life Sciences Institute y Anna Clark Daily Staff Reporter After two years of planning and research, groundbreaking has finally begun on the Life Sciences Institute. "It's all happening pretty quickly. I think we're ahead of the curve in terms of other institutions pursuing the life sciences," Jack Dixon, Minor J on professor of biological chemistry and chair the Life Science...…

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…4 - The Michigan Daily - Monday, July 17, 2000 Edited and managed by GEOFF GAGNON PETER CUNNIFFE students at the Editor in Chief JOSH WICKERHAM University of Michigan Editorial Page Editors J Unless otherwise noted, tnsigned editorials reflect the opinion of th 420 Maynard Street majority of the Daily's editorial board. All other articles, letters an Ann Arbor, MI 48109 cartoons do not necessarile reflect the opinion of The Michigan Daily. )...…

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… ILT''S*TEEDIO: O No *coverage of Williams' victory TO THE DAILY: It seems odd that the Daily would cover Pete Sampras' imbledon championship in east week's edition and say not a word about Venus Williams' victory. The reason can't be tim- ing. She won the day before he did. Nor can it be significance, since both champions made more than the usual history with their titles. So I wonder what the rea- son was. Hope you folks can try to figure i...…

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…6 -- The Michigan Daily - Monday, July 17, 2000 for sale furniture I 511 AN'1II 9717 Hathour Cove Ct.-Ford (RAFTNIATIC recliner. S100I obo.2rut Lk S~ tudio (Condo. 997K or 55111/mocolored La/.s Boys. loveseatca& 84" couch llmfkloarfrei~nt (34)-374-9429 Ic ith-colredsS500o(ho. 734/426-542 automotive frrn '.!PETS WELCOME!!! CARS FROM $54}{4 For listings & payment Con ETrS dn pt.lctdna dtiscall 1--8(10--19-332_3 ext. 4494. Wecst Park. Now acc'ep...…

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….h ihgnDiy-niv~ersity Hospital ranked 11th in the 1 nation By Ginnefer Cox Dilty Stiff Repre The 1. xiiselsiiv of Michigan hlospitalis receivesd ain ovxerall ranking of I I among oiher hospitals in the nation. The ranking cime fiom an annuali hospiial asseasment compilrcd hy S. News and World Report magazine. The Hosiilis ranked high in fouiteixroist ofi tie sexentcrn specialty eategories mstr ed. fThese csteixies included kidney disese or th...…

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…8 - The Michigan Daily -- July 17, 2000 or many University student's, summer jobs and classes often do not leave time for extravagant or long vacations. But weekends often provide a chance for students to get away and Michigan is filled with a myriad of different places to go. Concerts This summer, hundreds of artists are making stops in Michigan to perform for their fans. Pine Knob receives many of these artists. One of the largest out- door...…

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…July 17, 2000 - The Michigan Daily - 9 to Charlevoix ide a rereat for ape Ann Arbor. ds are abundant. nimal lovers will make no complaints on what Detroit Zoological Institute has to offer. The is open throughout the year, and holds dreds of animals. The rtitly invested $13.6 ioTo hold "The Arctic g of Life," the world's est polar bear exhibit. Rana Kozouz, public tions director for the roit Zoo, said there just some things that 't be missed....…

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…Art fair fever! The Ann Arboar Art Fair strike :i ^irhis Wa lne< Jav throtugh Saturdaly. It vill c It mln crawiel! Call 995-7281 for mac 1118 rnichigandaily.co fArt. ARTS MONDAY, JULY 17, 2000 1 v *Adamantium clawis, an alienat- ed adolescent and an angry Aussie save X-men' from being a mutated Hollywood comic book mess. By Chrisopher Cousin Daily Arts Writer F inalls, te msuch-'tntscipatcd 11aipri~ian of Ihe Malrved comic book scries -X-M...…

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…Harry does it again; 'Fire' an instant classic The Michigan Daily - Monday, July 17, 2000 - 11 'Guide' can help any Joe Schmoe be a sex pro By Autumn Kelly Daily Arts Writer When I first heard "Harry Potter and Goblet of Fire," was to be over seven hundred pages long I anticipated slow, drawn-out scenes that would normal- ly have been cut Harry from the previous Potter and three books. How, I the Goblet wondered, could J. of Fire K. Rowling ...…

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…12 - The Michigan Daily - Monday, July 17, 2000 Continued fromPage 11 distinguish his book from the millions of other sex manuals on the market. On the first page of chapter one he states, "[This guide] doesn't have pictures that look like they were taken from a cadaver, and it doesn't hide behind a wall of fancy sex terms or read as though it were written by Mr. Rogers." This sort of condescending approach to other sex guides results in quot...…

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…Reelin''em in I Bak Michigan continues to make amnauing lcdayi tefob rruinmr, headway in rise football recruiting wars, with two 11ore se cn ommiitments. Find FRIDAY *about hht onlne. JULY 17, 2000 michigandaily.com /sports I Yankees trade phenom Henson to Cincinnati I[ichigan quarterback to 'rethink priorities 'regarding baseball and football ly Dan Williams )aily Sports Eitor he will be playing with the Chattanooga Lookouts, the Reds' Cl...…

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…14 - The Michigan Daily - Monday, July 17, 2000 Smith to become an Aztec Bo's final charity golf tourney a success Memorial event raised millions for adrenal cancer research By Raphael Goodstein Daily Sports Editor Three years ago, senior forward Brandon Smith committed to play for Steve Fisher and Michigan. Fisher was fired in the fall of 1997 before Smith ever got to wear the baggy Michigan basketball shorts under the embattled coach. But...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Monday, July 17, 2000 - 15 rt e N Men's soccer coach: Elbel is sufficient for new team *r3noh ITND netem. AX %Ajati al U IN %-/ BY Arun Goual CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (AP) ---Matt oherty, a starter on North Carolina's 982 NCAA national championship am, was introduced as Tar Heels' >ah Tuesday, the first former player om the storied program to return as rach in 75 years. herty, who had his first head ing job at Notre Dame last...…

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