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September 08, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 119) • Page Image 1

…Weather Tonight: Mostly sunny, high mid-60s. Tomorrow: Morning rain, high around 60°. WEb UnY One hundredfour years ofeditori'alfreedom Friday September 8, 199 w - -- - --- --- --------------------- By Jodi Cohen Daily Staff Report When cnllei drops to 24th in colege "We worry that only two public insti- Baker said public schools - which Massachusetts Institute of Technology. er tutions are represented in the top 25," are generally less...…

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…2- The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 8, 1995 Glitch prevents Simpson defense's conclusion Los Angeles Times LOS ANGELES -Eight weeks and 48 witnesses after launching their de- fense of O.J. Simpson, his attorneys effectively concluded their presenta- tion yesterday without calling their fa- mous defendant to the witness stand. A last-minute legal glitch blocked the defense from formally resting, how- ever. Prosecutors were infuriated by...…

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…]Lng While most stu few that chose t oelier only eginuing of he media attention surrounding Gary Moeller wasn't the only problem facing the Athletic Department this summer. Less than two months after Moeller's resignation, another ad coach deserted the University. After six seasons as head seball coach, Bill Freehan left the Wolverines on July 19. Freehan, a former Wolverine catcher, said in a statement t despite his absence, he remains commit...…

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…4 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 8, 1995 (!be riiguuDav , I Bi~rrr McIivrosu MCINTOSH CLASSICS Shorter and sweeter The 420 Maynard Ann Arbor, MI 48109 Edited and managed by students at the University of Michigan 1 .1 MICHAEL ROSENBERG Editor in Chief JULIE BECKER JAMES M. NASH Editorial Page Editors tale Unless otherwise noted, unsigned editorials reflect the opinion of a majority of the Daily's editorial board. All other...…

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… LocAL/STALt The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 8, 1995 - 5 o A2-fficals hold final interviews for adtrator Campus groups to recruit at FestiFall today From campus publications to musi- cal groups, almost every student orga- nization will have a booth at today's FestiFall, held on the Diag from 11 am. to 4 p.m. FestiFall gives new and returning students the opportunity to learn about campus groups and find out how to join. Refreshments w...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 8, 1995 - 7 LOOKING FOR the perfect job? Choose your own hours. Offers serious income potential and long term residual... income. Great for students. Call DJ at 213-0166 immed. don't let this amazing oppo. pass you by, MAERSK, INC., A LEADING INTER. NATIONAL TRANSPORTATION COM- PANY is interviewing on-campus October 13, 1995. Seeking College Graduates, as of May'96, for our International Transportation T...…

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…8 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 8, 1995 NAnamlwaftuD r I I ~1 I I I .1 -I - 1- -I' r I DOT lit I WOLVERINES FOOTBAL GAME AND GET 107 I I I I HET LUTELYFR I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Packwood accusers celebrate resignation Newsday WASHINGTON - Gena Hutton didn't make it home in time to watch her harasser's resignation speech on televi- sion, but that didn't stop her from cel- ebratin...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 8, 1995 - 9 Choose the powerful stick that fights off odor and wetness all day. Six fragrances, one goal: maximum protection. Or get powerful ight guard protection in a crystal clear gel. I …

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…10-The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 8, 1995 ATF agent says Weaver spurred Idaho tragedy NAlrlot,4/wovtLjD . WASHINGTON(AP)-Directlydis- puting Randy Weaver's claim thathe was set up by law enforcement, federal offi- cials testified yesterday that the white separatist took the initiative to sell illegal shotguns, beginningachain of events that ended in the Ruby Ridge tragedy. 'Regarding the 1992 killings of Weaver's wife and son and a ...…

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….. .. ... ...y The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 8, 1995 - 11 China to delegates: Worry about your own countries first BEIJING (AP) -- China may be sorry it ever asked the United Nations t hold a women's conference here. Stung by critics including Hillary Rodham Clinton, the government bluntly told conference delegates yes- terday to pay attention io the prob- lens in their own countryes instead. Bt even as the Foreign Ministry wasadm...…

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…High-ho, high-ho It's Ten Hgonly one of the best garage rock bands in our fine city, Wendy Case leads the group through lots of nasty, intense, '60s-style garage rock. A band you simply can't miss, Ten High plays Cross Street (11. W. Cross Street) In Ypsilanti. The show begins at 10:30 p.m. It'siPage 1 8 and over and cover is $3. Call 4855050 for more information' Friday, Septe'ber 8, 1995 Good to the last 'Crumb' By Joshua Rich Daily Film E...…

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…- -- - - 7 r - - n The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 8,1995 -13 Nowhere' )IZarre and Ted watts fly Arts writer The United ParamountNetwork had idea. It was something like this: ice, our ratings on everything but tarTrek: Voyager'stink.Pretty much erything is a comedy. Let's scrap erything except 'Voyager' and get a neh ofdramatic shows." So they did, rapping their lineup, including the ry funny "Platypus Man," and get- ig a bunch of new...…

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…14 -The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 8, 1995 Lasts longer than most diets. Longer than some relationships. Lonser than any check from home. C T/ Soft & Dri* Solid anti-perspiront is powerful protection against odor and wetness in a time-release formula that lasts and lasts and lasts. The most important thing you put on. …

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… The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 8, 1995 -15 BOOKS Continued from page 13 Sister Souljah No Disrespect Times Books If one were to honestly review the events of his/her life, (s)he would quickly come to see the soap-opera like appearance it would take - the sheer number and variety of new friends, lost loves, "sinful" acts and surprise consequences would seem almost unreal. However, to see all of k this requires the one thing that too Q...…

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…16- The Michigan Daily -Friday, September 8, 1995 'Show' shows little about rap community By Eugene Bowen Daily Arts Writer With current anti-hip hop propa- ganda efforts gaining steam every- where from Capital Hill to the court- room, "The Show" was supposed to be a lifesaver: Russell Simmons, CEO of Rush Communications, tag-team- ing with some of the most popular, and popularly despised, rappers to present a united front to explain and def...…

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…-- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -- I-- - --- - - - - -Ww Field hockey plays home opener The Michigan field hockey team takes on Delaware in their home opener at 4 p.m. today. The game is the first for the Wolverines' new outdoor home venue, Ocker Field, which is located on State Street south of Schembechler Hall. Michigan takes on Syracuse at 2 p.m. on Sunday, also at home. Page...…

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…18 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 8, 1995 Tennis teams to benefit fromupgraded facility By Alan Goldenbach Daily Sports Writer In the past, all but one Michigan varsity sport has had a field or arena that it can call its home turf - and have it actually be on campus grounds. The exceptions to the rule were the tennis teams. However, the Wolverine netters will soon be the recipients of the University's newest on-campus ath- letic fa...…

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… The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 8, 1995 - 19 ...wuNCAA powers Darttad Hartford loom in'M'soccer's weekend By David Rothbart Daily Sports Writer Out of the frying pan and into the fire. That's this weekend's recipe for the Michi- gan women's soccer team. After starting the season with two hotly contested games, the Wolverines (1-1) square off with a pair of nationally-ranked squads in the Adidas Women's Soccer Cup in West Hartford, Con...…

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…20--The Michigan Daily -- Friday, Septembr 89 Top pfd ' . N' y . , ' r .Ai lry _' ' Yi tZo come to a l~adg mass meeting ha's in dorm food. nchance the world will end, and the Student ing will be the last place on earth where e. agest appearance, and you will be kicking :,: nto be free Mon., Sept. 11, Wed., Sept. 13, x For Thursday, Sept. 20, at 7 p.m. r nce to lobby for more photos of Macaulay rJ . e w gants you to leave, and where e...…

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… The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 8, 1995 - 21 Memphis should pose little threat to Wolverines cM{f Bftom iy Sports Writer To the Michigan football team,. e difference between Miami and emphis may very well be the dif- rence between a 2-1 record and a 3- record. In the Hurricanes, who were the olverine's original opponent forthis :ekenduntil backing out of the con- ict, you have a perpetual power- use. Although they appear to have pped ...…

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…22 -- The Michigan Daily -- Friday, Sporting Views: Ripken a tinue her o X1nali of our hearts aiySports Writer Anyone not see the Cal Ripken-fest on ESPN Wednesday night? I think all of us saw at least one of the 40 standing ovations. And how many times do we need to Joe PiMaggio standing in a guest box at Camden Yards, a man who has no tie 'to Ripken other than the fact that he ,too holds a Major League record. That's not to say that Ripken's...…

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… The Michigan Daiiv -- Friday. September 8. 1995 -- 23 ' .. -. M.v hi~cn vD~i .. - riday. S .ntem yr. 1a 0 Bolter Mathis dies of heart failure ~tEkAD 'IDS,, ich. (A P) - er Mathi who lost a 1968 heavy- htchamionshipbouttoJoe Frazier 086' I th-roundinockout, has died of Srt failure. -Ie was 511 athis, fatfie'of fighter Buster Mathis Jr. was found unconscious by his wife at t home Wetnesday afternoon..Fam- ii members andemergencyworkerstri...…

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…24- The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 8, 1995 Cleveland clinches tie for title CLEVELAND, Ohio (AP)- The Cleveland Indians, symbols of base- ball futility for four decades, clinched at least a tie for the AL Central title Thursday night, beating the Seattle Mariners, 4-1. The Indians need one more win, or one more Kansas City loss, to guaran- tee their first postseason appearance since they were swept by the New York Giants in the 1954 W...…

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…w .--- The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 8, 1995 - 25 Players vote on fate of BA uion NEW YORK (AP)-NBA play- : turned out in large numbers Thursday to complete voting on the Fate of their union, with opposing si4es in the dispute optimistic about wipping. Players voted on union egertification at sites around the :ountry, and the results are to be unuounced Tuesday. The players were to decide whether to retain the National Bas- ketbal...…

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…l," y « Sandems neaing a deal with Cowboys; cudS~ng oa R 11 Grildes is back for yet' another seaso ofcollege footballn Ann Arbor. Drop off yourpicks at the Michigan Daily sports desk on the secnd floor of the Student Publications B8uilding at 420 Maynard. Deadlineis 4 p. today. The miost ' accurate prognosticator will receive ~a$15 gift certificateto Steve .&Barry's Uiesty Sportswear on State Sreet. Contestants are limited to five' entries p...…

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