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September 14, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 123) • Page Image 1

…7/1 -I i r' It . AN 41bf onight: Chance of shower, )w 53°. omorrow: Partly sunny, gh 680. One hundred four years ofeditorialfreedom Thursday September 14, 1995 G Ao AdmWj "i,;a ; ocket-propeled grenade hits U.S. Embassy MOSCOW (AP) - A masked attacker fired i rocket-propelled grenade that pierced the hick brick wall of the U.S. Embassy and ex- >loded in an empty office yesterday. No one as injured in the daring mid-afternoon attack ...…

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…2A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 14, 1995 Ito fines prosecution, allows DNA evidence Los Angeles Times LOS ANGELES - Scrambling to conclude their rebuttal case, prosecu- tors in the murder trial of0.J. Simpson dropped plans yesterday to introduce evidence about Simpson's failure to surrender to police, lost a battle to tell the jury that fibers on a bloody glove probably. came from a Ford Bronco such as Simpson's and got fined...…

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…r The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 14, 1995 - 3A h Three research teams receive $4,000 grants The Michigan Initiative for Women's Health and the Office of the Vice Presi- dent for Research have given three University research teams $4,000 grants to research women's health issues. Recipients ofthe grants include: Lori Mosca, assistant professor of epidemi- ology and internal medicine; Sandra Graham-Bermann, assistant professor of psy...…

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…4A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 14, 1995 420 Maynard MICHAELROSENBERG Ann Arbor, Ml 48109 Editor in Chief Edited and managed by JULIE BECKER students at the JAMES M. NASH University of Michigan 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 Michigan Daily. S...…

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…+ . , - The Michigan Daily -Thursday, September 14, 1995 - 5A Man claims accident in killing of police officers GRAND HAVEN, Mich. (AP) - A man ac- cused of killing a policeman after escaping from jail says he was trying to commit suicide when he accidentally shot the officer. "My intention was to shoot myself. Freedom or death. Freedom was obtainable through death," Keith Harbin testified before a packed court- room Tuesday. Closing argume...…

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…6A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 14, 1995 LOST BLUE wool coat @ Union, Sept. 9. 2eward, no questions. Jen 769-0291. LOST high school class ring. Left in Frieze Computing Site on Fri., Sept. 8. Call Carl 665-8724. Reward. 1 2 FULL SIZE couches. Tan, brown & rust contemp. styling, oak trim $100 each. 434- 3112. KATHY'S WORID PROCESSING * typing * editing. Dissertations, papers, applications, transcription. 662-8977/994-5822. LECT...…

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… The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 14, 1995 - Season approaching ford'the varsitsport of the mind' 7A 'U' Intramural College Bowl preliminaries scheduled for Sept. 23-26 For more information To sign up for the IM tournament, students must register at the UAC office by 5 p.m. Sept. 20. By Jennifer Fried Daily Staff Reporter Known as "the varsity sport of the mind," Intramural College Bowl is a contest requiring quick thinking and tea...…

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…$A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 14, 1995 NATIoN/WovULD Rwandans find peace is elusive From Daily Wire Services KIGALI, Rwanda -In the country- side, saboteurs pull down electrical power poles. The armymoves in to bunt them down. There is an ambush. A lieutenant is killed. Furious soldiers fan into the muddy banana groves. Shoot- ing starts. Machetes flash in the moon- light. Ten hours later, the crackle of gun- fire and the cri...…

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…f Croats, ousands ofrefugees flee area SARAJEVO, Bosnia-Herzegovina AP) - Government soldiers and their Croat allies were rapidly advancing on Serb-held towns in central and western Bosnia yesterday, sending thousands of Serb civilians fleeing. The Serbs were offering little resis- ance and appeared to be pulling back, indicating they were reconciled to los- ing less important territory. They were likely to lose the land anyway in a possible ...…

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…IOA - The Michigan Daily - Thursday,September 14, 1995 Sinn Fein leader seeks U.S. help in peace talks 4 Gerry Adams meets with Gore, says he's willing to negotiate From Daily Wire Services WASHINGTON - Gerry Adams, presidentofthelrish Republican Army's political organization, met with Vice President Gore and White House Na- tional Security Adviser Anthony Lake yesterday night to seek U.S. help in breaking an impasse in negotiations over the ...…

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…AdESM- ti1.. fll. i..r .r .iu " ~UWhitaker's heroics win historic game Lou's Whltaker's ninth inning homer gave the Detroit Tigers a 5-3 win over the Milwaukee Brewers yesterday. The game marked the 191th time that Wnitaker and Alan Trammell have taken the field together, a new American League record. The pair will start together twice more this season - in the home finale Sept. 21 and in the season finale Oct. 1. Marinaro heads home to Bosto...…

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…12A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 14, 1995 Baywatch actress not welcomed by everyone in last week's trip to Michigan a Things that makes you go hmmmm... When new Baywatch actress Gena Lee Nolin came to town last week to do a piece for the television show "Extra", not everyone was happy to see - or look- at her. Apparently several Michigan female athletes watching her parade up and down the Michigan Stadium sideline found her to...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 14, 1995 -13A Nine gamnes involve B Ten teans as nonconference sched e hits full tilt By John Leroi Daily Sports Writer Last week in the Big Ten, fans saw Penn State barely squeakby Texas Tech while Illinois and Purdue lost close matches to Oregon and Notre Dame respectively. This week should provide just as much suspense as most schools enter- tain tough nonconference matchups. So find a space on the ...…

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…14A -fhe Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 14, 1995 0) Choose the powerful' stick that fights off odor and wetness all day. Six fragrances, one goal: maximum protection. Or get powerful Right Guard protection in a crystal clear gel. ,.., , e, ra rile rfiaIEv white stuIff- Sorclear it protects invisibly …

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…Ure Licbifun uiaI ICHAEL ROSENBERG Roses are Read Ony In a blatant attempt to satisfy the blic's hunger for little plastic ings, the University has introduced card this semester. The exact etails of Mcard are confusing and, uite frankly, don't make for a very teresting column, but this much is lear: It's supposed to be like money, nly cooler. Mcard is also meant to be an provement on Entree Plus, so in a ay, it is supposed to be Entree Plus, ...…

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…2B - The Michigan Daily - Wc4kc., ceU - Thursday, September 14, 1995 f~le Vv Ad a qppl w =,. °s?. . _. :, :.; ; Ve. to Doog and Blair by Mark ilich _ _ _ . ,. .. /7fJ.5lae- G2S iv 6Fr _r ,wc) /7' gj)P! av w - 6',f y %s gr ..G~~7' 6e1f 1r~ ! * A/C% 4yrr ° ~ . - --1 j (( %' r . .... 5 rJ f (( 1 V (CC'. U,; 2- 691V c9,'F j~g~p t cAin. IN , ({ 1995 Mark li( Which is Courtney's better end Each week we'll stage a contest of some ...…

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…The Michigan Daily - W4/e4 tU. - Thursday,September 14, 1995 - 38 Pulp Fiction: like we really need it on video already ,}yw}v.,w ...yv :' in^vi '{tr +iy...x. +v..vr ti. Fi:i:!!.kA'{..\+Cm}v.}}tiv rnnr.} 'u: W 4." 1'J94ih }fnNtln06 . t t ,. > . . . . . ................. DEAN BAKOPOULOS Sound and Fury This summer I donned a bit of academic pretentiousness and American naivete, and played the expatriate writer. I went abroad to take a liter...…

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…4B - The Michigan Daily - Wu1.rt c. - Thursday, September 14, 1995 Independent films dominate summer season By Joshua Rich Daily Film Editor Since the inception of the so-called "blockbuster" film in the late-I970s - with such mega-films as "Star Wars" and "Jaws" - the summer has often been a period marked by large-budgeted, overly-hyped and rarely intelligent motion pictures. It is during the summer months when films gross the most money a...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Wea4e"ca mc. - Thursday. September 14.1995-58 Lee and Scorsese's 'Clockers' is right on time Executive producer Scorsese and director Lee generate excitement for new film By Michael Zilberman Daily Arts Writer This movie is so eagerly expected that its last-minute delay looks a lot like a marketing ploy. After that, the actual opening of"Clockers" is bound to appear somewhat anticlimactic. The much talked-about collabora...…

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…6B - The Michigan Daily - %u4" 4. - Thursday, September 14, 1995 Local film explores teen life Tim Naylor goes back to school in his debut film Smiths sound better second time around Sy Alexandra Twin Daily Arts Editor When Tim Naylor was gearing up to shoot his graduate thesis project for N.Y.U. film school, he knew exactly what kind of movie he wanted to make. Not a deeply moving foray into the lives of south-of-the-Jersey-border sani- ta...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Wlu4r, e . - Thursday,September 14, 1995 - 78 Rusted Root's underground success Pittsburgh band's easygoing attitude wins grass-roots following By Karl Jones Weekend, etc. Editor A man crouches on a rock at Pine Knob music theater, hand painted Rusted Root t-shirt on his back and wooden sign with the same name at his feet. No commercial band gear, just shiny, gold lettering that it must've taken him hours to paint. "Man,...…

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…8B - The Michigan Daily - IL/ e4 , C, - Thursday, September 14, 1995 3. YOURGASGAUGEISONT 1'ANDYOU ONLY FOUND MO QUARERS BURI I.OU 'A S U 4. UOFIBEAT STA,SO YOU WANT TO CAll AUYOUR SPARIAN FRIENODSTORUB IT IN. .BECAUSE YOUR FRIENDSWON'TFALLFR I DON'iWANT FESTIVALS Continued from page 1B and the crowd was anything but appre- ciative. With shouts of "get offthe stage you whore," and "you suck, bitch" al underscored by the chanting of"Prim...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Wds e* 4t. - Thursday, September 14, 1995 - 9B I t f T i i t 1 1 I 1 i Animiationmazie a e have moving sjects By Ted Watts - and Butt-Head interview, I suppose. DailyArts Writer Other articles explore the difference Do you want to know more about between Bluto and Brutus in Popeye car- cartoons? Sure, we all do! And it's so toons, a review of the Goofy movie, an easy when you have the right magazine. obituarytodirecto...…

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…108 - The Michigan Daily - Wet c. - Thursday, September 14, 1995 Black Folks Productions takes off 'U' senior, comic Horace Sanders founds an organization for blacks By Eugene Bowen Daily Arts Writer In the eyes of many black students on the University campus, the social scene is unfriendly to their recreational wants. Everything from the Nectarine to the bars and pubs which line South Univer- sity seem to cater exclusively to the musical an...…

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…The Michigan Daily - W4e" dc. - Thursday, September 14, 1995 -22B The Halfway Inn: East Quad's best-kept secret is a secret no longer By s Harwin Daily Arts Writer Have you ever had a hunger for falafel that nothing in your residence hall caf- :teria can satisfy? Have you ever had a ,yearning for a pinball game thatPinball Pete's doesn't have? Have you ever craved the sight of record albums rang- ing from Music to Strip By to Sesame Street ...…

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…12B - The Michigan Daily - Wet U. - Thursday, September 14, 1995 low ill 4 All you need is love An influential band and its leader should not be forgotten now By Heather Phares Daily Arts Editor Where most people think of black rock stars, names like Little Richard,. Chuck Berry, Jimi Hendrix, Lenny Kravitz and VernonReid spring to mind instantly, but few people would think of Arthur Lee, leader of the influential '60s group Love. And that'...…

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… The Michigan Daily - Wua 4a . --Thursday, September 14, 1995 - 13B ayhawks soar with'Tomorrow the Green Grass' inneapOlis-based and carries on the ountry-rock cause y Jennifer Buckley eekend, etc. Editor The way Mark Olson tells it, you'd ink that the success of his band the tyhawks and their fourth album "To- orrow the Green Grass" is a perfectly itural occurrence, a combination of ird work and luck. Damn near ordi- iry. "Well, it just s...…

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…14B - The Michigan Daily - Wedced U4. - Thursday, September 14, 1995 Juvenilia Matador With this eight-song EP, singer/ songwriter Liz Phair proves that she's not only whip-smart - she's down- right brave. Along with the excellent single "Jealousy" from this past year's "Whip-Smart" album, Phair includes five solo acoustic songs from the now- legendary Girlysound tapes she re- corded years ago with only a four-track as her audience. It's abol...…

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…- - .- "..- lr.- l The Michigan Daily - Wcdrst.', cU - Thursday, September 14, 1995 - 158 ,~* A weekly listing of who's where, what's happening, and why you need to be there... lI F I L Campus Cinema T H U R S D A Y Jeffrey (1995). Fearing the possibility of contracting AIDS, a man 'becomes celibate until he finally meets Mr. Right. Mich 7:00. Seven (1995). A free sneak preview of the new movie starring Brad Pitt and Morgan Freeman a...…

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…166 - The Michigan Daily - Wee4r ec. - Thursday September 14, 1995 TUHMA ( oaraWOMAN) COupNT EST I I BAY CITY, VICHIGAN MARK POWELL\ Special To the Daily Tough Man Contest IN BAY CITY, MICHIGAN, THERE ARE 105 BARS, MORE BARS PER CAPITA THAN ANY OTHER CITY IN MICHIGAN. THERE ARE ALSO A LOT OF BRAWLS IN THE BACK PARKING LOTS OF THESE BARS. ART DORE, A SUCCESSFUL BAY CITY MARK POWELL\ Special To the Daily ENTREPRENEUR AND OWNER OF SEVERAL ...…

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