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September 29, 1995 (vol. 106, iss. 1) • Page Image 1

…eather onight: Partly cloudy, low n mid 50s. omorrow: Partly sunny igh in mid 70s. icr1a Unt One hundred five years of editorzalfreedom Friday September 29, 1995 Vol SV# No. #Ii A , h~ N:. I Decision leaves 2 major 'U openings By Amy Klein Daily Staff Reporter James J. Duderstadt, who has served as the 11th president of the University since 1988, announced yesterday that he will retire from his post June 30, 1996. "I feel like the burde...…

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…2 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 29, 1995 Ttat DuiomsTkDlt RESICNAnot4 t DUDERSTADT- Continued from Page 1 campus today who said she will want to wait until we have a new president." Thomas Roach, a former regent who was on the presidential search committee in 1987, said that a transition would be hindered by so many interim positions. "The (provost) is clearly the right bower at the University -he is the No. 2 man," Roach said. "...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 29, 1995 - 3 I en James J. Duderstadt retires in June to return to nY the faculty, different mem- >ers of the University community will remember him in their own ways. Some will remember him fondly as the president who increased diversity on campus. Others will charge that he whittled away at students' freedoms. Many will remember Duderstadt as an innovative leader. Technology always seemed to fascinate...…

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…4 -The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 29, 1995 State senator: 'U' should close its next search By Ronnie Glasberg Daily staff Reporter A state senator suggested yesterday that in searching for President James I .Duderstadt's successor, the Board of Regents should ignore a court ruling that requires university presidential searches to be conducted in the public eye. On Sept. 28, 1993, the Michigan Su- preme Court ruled 4-3 that the Unive...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 29, 1995 - 5 FROM TAPPAN io SHAPRO Duderstadt adds own mark to legacy of'U' presidents Dedhsts Born: Fort Madison, Iowa in 1942 Parents' occupations: Highway constructor and school teacher Family: Wife, Anne Marie Lock Duderstadt; daughters Susan and Katharine Alma mater: Yale University, 1964 Ph.D.: Engineering Science and Physics from California Institute of Technology, 1967 By Megan Schimpf Daily St...…

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…6'- The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 29, 1995 Duderstadt's legacy: Accomplishments, mistakes I t was the best of times, it was the worst of times. Or was it neither? When University President James J. Duderstadt announced yesterday that he will step down in June 1996, he put an endpoint to a mixed bag of accomplish- ntents and mistakes, triumphs and disas- ters. His eight-year tenure as president has been a time of commendable progress ...…

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… The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 29, 1995 - 7 ar troubles plague campus During the last few days, several in- ciderts involving automobiles occurred throughout campus. * On Wednesday, there was a two- car accident in front of the Soft Cloth Car Wash on Maiden Lane, the Depart- ment of Public Safety reported. A Uni- versity vehicle, No. 1128, and a white Pontiac Sunbird were involved in the collision. There were no injuries. A stray go...…

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…8- The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 29, 1995 A-i LAWN CARE and snow removal, Ann Arbor's largest lawn care & snow removal service now has available fall lawn mowing positions starting @ $6.50-$7/hr. Positions can lead into winter snow removal. Shovel- ing walks $11-$18/hr. Trucks with own plow $35/hr. Valid driver's license a must, students welcome. Call 663-3343 between 9 & 3. ABSOLUTELY NO sales! $6 - $9.50/hr. Research facility needs...…

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… House pa s Angeles Times t:. WASHINGTON - The House ap- p roved a stopgap spending measure yesterday to prevent the federal gov- ernment from shutting down this week- end, at the end of the fiscal year. -:The bill, negotiated by the White House and GOP congressional leaders, was approvedby voice vote in the House and appeared all but certain to win Senate approval by today. The action gives Congress and the White House six more weeks to work...…

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….., _ MMUMP ftgwtwmi)au TJ. Kirk are jazz captains ,T.L Kirk, who get their name from Thelonious Monk, James Brown and Rashean Roland Kirk, swing the evening away tonight at 7th House in Pontlac. Their fresh blend of jazz and funk is a sure crowd pleaser. Be a part of that crowd - tickets are a steal at $8, and doors open at 9 p.m. Call 810-335-8100 for more information. ,-C Page 10' Friday, September 29. 1995" I 'Search' destro s all o...…

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…I Thp Mirhiom nails - Fridav. 5entember 29. 1995 --- w me rvncin'hin flarry rruayv c~n~r 9Q I - I The Lost World By Michael Crichton Ktnopf Welcome to Jurassic Pa... Oh, sorry, that was the previous book. Welcome to "The Lost World," Michael Crichton's sequel to that cash cow book he wrote several years ago that became the biggest dinosaur movie of all time. At least so far. "The Lost World" takes place six years after the events of "Jura...…

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… Can you hear the Chocolate Thunder? Former NBA star Darryl Dawkins is planning a return to the league. The 38-year-old center is now in Boston and hopes to make the Celtics squad. Dawkins, nicknamed "Chocolate Thunder" for his ferocious dunks, played several seasons with the Philadelphia 76ers. Page 12 Friday September 29, 1995 '~"~ ~'M'must break innewQ ...r.a Untested Griese must face nations top-rated defense By Ryan White Daily Sports ...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 29, 1995 - 13 Mich spikers looking to bounce back against Iowa By Chris Murphy Daily Sports Writer Let's talk for a minute about resil- iency. Resiliency in sports measures how well a team can react to adversity, or how it can bounce back after a loss. Wednesday night, the Wolverines lost in three games to Michigan State. Their loss came after a successful stretch that included a four-game win- ning str...…

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…14 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 29, 1995 MAT"CHUPS Continued from page 10 create time for themselves in the pocket to throw. Michigan's line is simply so dominant that the protec- tion normally provided by an offen- sive line is moot. Mobile quarterbacks such as Illi- nois' Johnny Johnson weren't able to free themselves up to throw against Michigan, and it would be hard to believe that the less-elusive Ricketts can find his receiv...…

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…J e Strbigan Patig MICHAEL ROSENBERG Roses Are Rad Hz'ozse dkidkd "He believes that everything in America is related to race. I do not." Robert Shapiro, one of O.J. Simpson's lawyers, on his disagree- ments with fellow defense attorney Johnnie Cochran Jr. The United States was glued to the O.J. Simpson trial. The people of this country have not been so focused on one event since Kuwait was caught between Iraq and a hard place. But unlike the ...…

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…2B - The Michigan Daily - WAe44, tU - Thursday, October 5, 1995 v ro I r . ' . ,, r.. :, ': _: ., .. . : . t .r : :.w,;:: ; : -,-. 4+" t . , . Tastes of Ann Arbor Dining Guide EMERALD CITY Chinese Cuisine 434-7978 " Daily Lunch/ Buffet " Exotic Drinks " Carry Out, Sunday Buffet " All Students Welcome Show ID 10% off 4905 Washtenaw Ave., Ann Arbor, MI 48104 (Near Ciolfside Road) Ilsain geatutaul Let Mama Ros#~ok for YoW Inmemadm~m and P...…

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…The Michigan Daily - GUSWee e. - Thursday, October 5, 1995 - 3B AtLEXANDRJA TWIN Public Access d)- ZI Ael womenzi £427 z'f Sitting in some pretentious cafe at 3 in the morning, attempting to memorize random dates, wars and deaths, I am on the verge of kicking two of my fellow customers. Not because history is boring, but because the two suburban- grunge girls sitting next to me are going on and on and on about how much they love the new heart...…

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…4-- The Michigan Daily - Wet 4 e" - Thursday, October 5, 1995 'Saturday N. 0 Night' dead By Ted Watts Daily Arts Writer Well, everything old and crappy is new again at "Saturday Night Live." The first thing to come to mind is that thenew cast is the '90s version of the people surrounding Eddie Murphy and Joe Piscopo. Inotherwords, theyseem tobepeople who speak inraisedvoices because of their stage improv back- grounds and say unfunny things ...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Weee, etc. - Thursday, October 5, 1995 - 58 Basement Arts uses low-budget sets to put on high-quality productions. U' ventures into Basement Busmnt Arts FaN 190$ Season (* denotes new play): "AWlJ' it heWcls byLe *ws4t tOab Ah' ioet- oo l nated by Aric Knuth; October 19-21 "j ndependence" by Lee Biessingt 0ctober 26-28- * ThEtmre Cafe" by Robert Mac adaeg; November 2-4 ."F sttolafd" by William Finn and James Laplne; Nov...…

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…6B - The Michigan Daily - Wt"~e 4c. - Thursday, October 5, 1995 Mike Watt still rocks, gray hair and all Youthful musician drives his own punk van By Brian A. Gnatt Daily Music Editor Mike Watt is a punk rocker. De- spite graying hair, a lumberjack ap- pearance, and a giant smile perma- nently branded across his face, the 37-year-old bass player extraordinaire is one of the most congenial and tell- it-like-it-is musicians in the business. Ne...…

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…I The Michigan Daily - Wet" ce. - Thursday, October 5, 1995 - 78 rom 1VIuCK1'a y James Miller Ay Staff Writer "Theblueshadababy,andtheycalled t rock and roll." - Muddy Waters To understand Picasso, you need to xamine Giotto. To get a better handle n John Updike, it helps to read John ilton. Listening to Beethoven'sNinth nevitably leads to Brahms' First. Ar- istic, musical and literary schools are Ilways rootedin something deeper than hemselve...…

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…8B - The Michigan Daily - Weo4 e4. - Thursday, October 5, 1995 Author argues homosexuals are 'Virtually Normal' By Matthew Benz Daily Arts Writer The cover to "Virtually Normal: An Argument About Homosexuality," is tan and blue with a disciplined touch of cool, inviting touch of orange. The prose that lies within in it, fashioned by Andrew Sullivan, editor of the "New Republic," is calm and intelli- gent. He chooses his words wisely, and the...…

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…The Michigan Daily - WuaeI,, 4e. - Thursday, October 5, 1995 - 9B A weekly listing of who's where, what's happening and why you need to be there... I M F I L M First-Run Films FILMS OPENING: Assassins Heh Heh ... he said: "Ass ass." At Briarwood: 1:30, 4:30, 7:20, 10:10; at Showcase: 1:10, 4:05, 4:50, 7:10, 7:35, 9:55, 10:20, 12:30. Country Life Artsy British flick about some simple people living a simple life in a simple town. At ...…

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…vJ ) The Mjihgan Daily - Wt e4 CU - Thursday, October 5, 1995 SX, DRUGs, RoCK'N' BOWL ! ellmark Lanes on the west side of Ann Arbor packs more than 150 people into their 40 bowling lanes five nights each week. These die-hard bowlers fill the alley in the spirit of competition and a good time, hanging out and hitting the pins, or the bar. p ia ( _. _ .( u!: , . , x, .'." . tiN4 sss =,Z, ? 9¢ s a,. x ,, ,. 34$ Sma. , . a .< x ':,as , 1e , a ...…

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