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September 20, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 127) • Page Image 1

…Iti Weather Tonight: Showers likely, low about 50' Tomorrow: Cloudy and cool, high around 600. One hundredfour years of editorfalfreedom Wednesday September 20, 1995 I Vol. V, - 121 I Senate panel to consider cutting loans By Ronnie Glassberg Daily Staff Reporter The Senate Labor and Human Re- sourcesCommittee will consider a plan today that would trim federal student loan programs by more than $10 billion over the next seven years - ...…

September 20, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 127) • Page Image 2

…2- The Michigan Daily - September 20, 1995 Serbs complying with U.N. resolution The Washington Post SEMIZOVAC, Bosnia-Herzegovina - As a media event, it was something of a strain for the rebel Serbs. A clutch of reporters lined up on one side of a country highway in Serb-held territory six miles north of Sarajevo while on the other a convoy of Serb trucks rolled by ferrying mortars, artillery and cannons. The direction was the problem for the...…

September 20, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 127) • Page Image 3

… AlJgo Students protest Playboy's Ivy League edition The quiet response around Brown University to Playboy's recently re- leased "Women of the Ivy League" issue appears atypical in comparison with student reaction at several of the other Ivy League schools. At both Cornell and the University of Pennsylvania, the Playboy stars hosted autograph sessions. Comellians waited in line outside Jason's Deli and Gro- cery to have their magazine signed ...…

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…4- The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 20, 1995 Ui1JZ idi!1uu &Ut~IIJ 1 :3 420 Maynard Ann Arbor, Ml 48109 Edited and managed by students at the .University of Michigan MICHAEL ROSENBERG Editor in Chief JULIE BECKER JAMES M. NASH Editorial Page Editors JORDAN STMrCIL LAST-DITCH APPEAL a Opportucnity knocks on the door oft brave new world uless otherwise noted, unsigned editorials reflect the opinion of a majority of the Daily's edi...…

September 20, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 127) • Page Image 5

… Moss and trees share common ground Thyllas Moss, a local poet and a professor in the creative writing department will be reading some of her poetry at Rackham in the amphitheatre at 4p.m. The reading is free. In addition, the Mask Puppet Theatre will perform their show, "The Tree that cried," the tale of of Ollie Oak tree and his friend Wally the Weasel. At Barnes and Noble Bookstore, 7p.m. The performance isfree. Page 5 Wednesday, - - ---A...…

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…6 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 20, 1995 GRADUATE STUDENT HOUSING avail. Call Tony at 998-1286 or Keith at 662-2056. INDOOR & OUTDOOR car/boat storage in Ann Arbor. Ask about our motorcycle special. Call 761-7491. PARKING. LEASES 'NOW' thni 8/96. sur- face lots: 1111 S. State (opp. Yost Ica Arena) - 819 Brown (@ Hill St. 4 blocks west of S. State) - covered spaces; - 411 High St. (comer of N. Division - on hill above Gandy Danc...…

September 20, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 127) • Page Image 7

… LOCAIL/sItAirt Davison Freeway may Cose for 2 yrs. LANSING (AP) - With less than two weeks before the state takes over maintenance of one of the nation's old- est freeways, the Michigan Department of Transportation is trying to figure out howtobest serve the 85,000 drivers who use the Davison Freeway each day. The state agreed in 1993 to take over the freeway starting Oct. 1. Part of the agreement was to close the freeway for two years to re...…

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…8 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 20, 1995 R&B singer goes Big (Cbief)Band Local favorites Thornetta Davis and Big Chief record for Sub Pop By Mark Carison Daily Arts Writer Detroit area blues singer Thornetta Davis was once too shy to sing for anybody but herself. "I started singing in high school," she explained, "nobody even knew I could sing because I was too shy to get up in front of anybody. Then I joined the girl's glee cl...…

September 20, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 127) • Page Image 9

…The Michigan Daily - wednesday, September 20, 1995 - 9 Amusing and off-beat 'Oblivion' finds life in a world all its own By Alexandra Twin Daily Arts Editor He had a primadonna for a star, a shoestring's worth in cash and an un- usual idea for a film. He'd been a cam- eraman, a sideman, a money man and even a showman once but now he was ready to hit the saddle. He made the movie, a bizarre urban western, and it hit theaters and video stores ...…

September 20, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 127) • Page Image 10

…_.... _ ._ 'M' wrestler named national coach Former Michigan wrestler Steve Fraser was named the National Greco- Roman Coach for USA Wrestling, effective in October. The All-American lettered for Michigan coach Dale Bahr from 1978-1980 and became the first.U.S. wrestler to win a gold medal in Greco-Roman competition while at the 1984 Olympic Games. As full-time coach, Fraser will work with some of the top Greco-Roman wrestlers in the nation. ...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 20, 1995- 11 Michigan men's golf ties for ninth on greens in weekend invitational By Alan Goldenbach Daily Sports Writer Expecting improvement doesn't nec- essarily mean it will come. Coming into its season opener, the Michigan men's golf team had expecta- tions ofmakingsignificant improvements on what was looking like a solid founda- tion at the end of last season. However, a ninth place tie in the ...…

September 20, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 127) • Page Image 12

…12-The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 20, 1995 * *. CRISLER Continued from page 10 Don Nelson, Webber was traded to Washington near the beginning of last season. As a collegian, Webber was named to the NCAA Final Four All-Tourna- ' met team both years. £ AHoward was drafted last season by the Bullets after three years with the Wolverines. In his rookie season, Howard averaged 17.0 points and 8.4 rebounds per game. The shining moment of ...…

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