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September 15, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 124) • Page Image 1

… Weather Tonight: Cloudy, low 57. Tomorrow: Chance of rain, mid- to upper-70s. WE w One hundred four years ofeditoralifreedom e . Y w ;i . Friday September 15, 1995 Vol. CV o.2 rr roMei1 ?Q1 STeMcia to entrall ' A N e..fic :: Michigan vs. Boston College By Amy Klein Daily Staff Reporter Following a summer of spotlights and press conferences, the University is drafting a change to its bylaws to "bring the Athletic Department in line wit...…

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…2 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 15, 1995 Russia: ttack was act o terrorism E~'OR9 ':/'' From Daily Wire Services MOSCOW-Russian police yester- day deemed a grenade attack against the American Embassy an act of terror- ism and stepped up security during a diplomatic fence-mending visit by U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Strobe Talbott. Kremlin outrage over NATO airstrikes against Serb rebels in Bosnia- Herzegovina had inflicted se...…

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…embers alance classes, hilanthropies By Megan Schimpf " Daily Staff Reporter x A T A QUICK GLANCE, the fraternities and sorori- ties at the University may seem unlike any ther group on campus. And while similarities abound between Greek orga- nizations and the other 550 clubs on campus, the system still remains distinct. "When I think about fraternities and co- ops, there are a lot of things that are simi- lar," said Kinesiology junior Russ Or...…

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…4 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 15, 1995 ctje rbigri ailg 420 Maynard Ann Arbor, MI 48109 Edited and managed by students at the University of Michigan I I MICHAEL ROSENBERG Editor in Chief JULIE BECKER JAMES M. NASH Editorial Page Editors Biuvr MCINTOsH MCINTOSH CLASSICS Bekinzd your back, t/he - --constructkmn virus spreads M Unless otherwise noted, unsigned editorials reflect the opinion of a majority of the Daily's editori...…

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… LOCAILISTATt The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 15, 1995 5 Kevorkian arrives at court wearing shackles, chain Woman has property stolen at football game A woman reported stolen property to the Department of Public Safety during last Saturday's Michigan football game against Memphis. The woman said her fannypack, sun- glasses and Sony Walkman were taken from the women's restroom in section 44. DPS has no suspects. Leaky carport roof cau...…

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…6 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 15, 1995 POWER MAC 6100/66 new CDROM, lots of software: word, excel, pagemaker, fax- modem 14400 bps. 8 MB RAM 741-8542. TOSHIBA NOTEBOOK 486; color, 33MHZ, 205MBH1D $1000 obo. 936-1138 or 996-5904. LOST BLUE wool coat @ Union, Sept. 9. Reward, no questions. Jen 769-0291. LOST HIGH SCHOOL class ring. Left in Frieze Computing Site on Fri., Sept. 8. Call Carl 665-8724. Reward. for s:ale 1988 HONDA CI...…

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… AWMd The Michigan Daily - Friday, Septmeber 15, 1995 - 7 Detroit r WASHINGTON (AP) - Rep. Bar- bara-Rose Collins, speaking on a radio program yesterday, said reports alleg- ing violations of House ethics rules and financial irregularities in her congres- sional offices and campaign organiza- tion have been a "nightmare." "I see such lies.... It's a frightening thing, the power of the media," the Detroit Democrat told WCHB-AM ra- dio in Detr...…

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…YVI~ ~Y~1~fVw~aVy ~W~fly V YY~a~y~ ~r'-- Alarms, education help Mexicans cope with tremor Los Angeles Times MEXICO CITY - Seconds after the tectonic plates jerked more than seven miles beneath the mountainous state of Guerrero at 8:07 am. yesterday, dozens of alarms went off hundreds of miles to the north in the Mexican capital. Triggered by 12 solar-powered seis- mic detectors along Mexico's Pacific coast, the alarm automatically ripped int...…

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…GOP House leaders offer plan to keep Medicare --. s,,,, -,-, - a 7 Los Angeles Times WASHINGTON - House Republi- can leaders offered a blueprint yester- day for keeping Medicare solvent by steadily increasing out-of-pocket costs for beneficiaries and setting severe new limits on government payments to doc- tors and hospitals. The most affluent elderly - indi- viduals with incomes ofatleast $75,000 and couples with more than $150,000 would be...…

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…Hey hey, we're the Pottymouths ... No, it's actually the Restroom Poets, one of the finest rock bands in town. Their brand of heavy, insigthful modern rock has made them a local favorite since their beginning. They play the Blind Pig tonight with another Ann Arbor fave, Tyrone's Power wheel. Their funky brand of hard Page 10 musichas definitely put them on the map. Doors open at 9:30 p.m. For Priday, more information, call 996-8585.St ri5, Sep...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 15, 1995 -11 Local author shares wisdom, insight By Emily Lambert Daily Fine Arts Editor "My daughter won't come to my read- ings because she cries too much," author Jonis Agee warned the audience that gath- ered at Shaman Dum Bookshop Wednes- day night."She says 'Mom, don't read that depressing shit to people,"' said a smiling Agee from beneath the brim of her large cowboyhat. Thewamingwent unheededby ...…

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…12 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 14, L:995 Praise the Reverend T.k Horton Heat -:<I From having Beavis pay tribute to his lyrical skill by yelling "It's a r r psychobilly freakout" to playing to r-Y receptive audiences on the recent White Zombie tour, the Reverend Horton Heat has had some pretty I'. good things happen to him in the last year. With last summer's release, " "Liquor in the Front," the good Reverend (in actuality a ge...…

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…__ How did Don King lot this happen? The entire country will have the opportunity to watch Mike Tyson box on free television November 4. His scheduled fight against Buster Mathis Jr. will air nationally on the Fox network instead of pay-per-view. The move marks the first time since 1978, when Muhammed Ali battled Leon Spinks, that a major heavyweight bout will be televised for free. Page 13 Friday, September 15, 1995 THE MATCI Eagles' too ...…

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…14- The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 15, 1995 Veteran men's golf squad begins season Spikers face tough test on east coast 'M' to see UMass, Syracuse, Brown By Alan Goldenbach Daily Sports Writer The Michigan men's golf team will get its season underway by participat- ing in the first annual ReliaStar Colle- giate Golf Invitational in Dellwood, Minn., Sunday and Monday. The Wolverines will be among sev- eral big-name teams flocking to...…

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…I The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 15, 1995 - 15 Men's soccer hopes to continue Women's soccer opens new field Daily SportsWte AlotofPo .0 0 pile winnuig By Chaim Hyinuu Daily Sports Writer With a 2-0 win over Macomb Com- munity College Wednesday, the Michi- gan men's soccer team is looking to start a streak. The Wolverines (1-2-1 overall) travel to Madonna tomorrow hoping to pick up another win. "If they're anything like they wer...…

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…16- The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 15, 1995 _______________ _ ________ ______ __ Until There N o Hasn w E 11 Ifyou'ye been saying "Gee,) there isn'~t Dick to watch on TV," prepare for a change. "Night Stand" with Dick Dietrick is coming to your favorite screen this, Fall. It's where talk shows get what they deserve. T 0 w a t ,I c Ih 7T [but that's change] Comedy Doesn't Get More Better Every Saturday Night at 11:0...…

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