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October 24, 1995 (vol. 106, iss. 18) • Page Image 1

…Lather IIwrx t ght: Decreasing clouds, *rnp rrow: Partly cloudy, around 54°., One hundred five years of editorialfreedom Tuesday October 24, 1995 eltsin pledges to send Russian troops to Bosnia [YDE PARK, N.Y. (AP) - In an xpected move toward agreement, sian President Boris Yeltsin pledged resident Clinton yesterday that Rus- troops would help enforce peace in nia. But the two leaders remained dlocked on the key question of ther Russian ...…

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…2 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, October 24, 1995 wr oril? / . Castro: Cuba could learn from U.S. From Daily Wire Services UNITED NATIONS - As Cuban leader Fidel Castro moved about the power centers of New York yesterday, he played down his treatment as pariah and noted that his country could learn a few things about business from the United States. Smiling broadly within his phalanx of U.S. Secret Service and Cuban secu- rity agents, Cas...…

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… i i ~ t The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, October 24, 1995 -3 e-snatchers lage weekend Department of Public Safety reports how a patient reported her purse miss- ng Saturday at University Hospitals. A patient left her purse on the back of wheelchair and "a staff member wear- ng a blue smock" took the wheelchair way, police said. When a DPS officer found the nurse ho removed the wheelchair, she said he wheelchair was given to a discharged ;atien...…

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…4 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, October 24, 1995 The code draft decod : Better, but dogged by oodbye, Statement of Student Rights Gand Responsibilities. Hello, Code of Student Conduct. : The new name is just one of the im- piroved features of the University's new draft ofits code ofnon-academic conduct. "Code of Student Conduct" is at least ltonegt - it calls the document what it is: a code of what students cannot do as members of the Unive...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, October 24, 1995 - 5 S U CC ES S TH ho U G H i N N 0 V A [ I0 C N . --- i 'tI Working with t h e e 5V y,, tf lI{I ',f; i tr i . 1 r We're talented indWiduals. Aggressive competitors. Disciplined and innovative. People who keep their eye on the ball. Excelling in all we do. Building on past successes.Always learning. Continually challenging. And ultimately-Winning. The pace is fast.We're gutsy, stab...…

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…6- The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, October 24, 1995 LUXURY 3-BDRM., nicely fum. New bath & kitch. Close to campus, CCRB. Parking, 3- 5 persons. 665-8825. PARKING for rent Call 665-8825. RENT WITH US! WE HAVE IT ALL! 4-6 & 10-13 bedroom houses, efficiencies & 6 bdrm. apts. Call PMSI 665-5552. SPACIOUS 2 PERSON bdnn. in 6 bdrm. house near Kerrytown. Reasonable rent, prkg. Avail. Jan.-Aug. Call 662-6489. KEG-RATORS Save big bucks on beer ehI Su...…

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…ocwt/Stwrt erot: ReformParty ) make Calif. ballot _ The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, October 24, 1995 - 7 S A-SG pres. proposes TA policy revisions TROIT (AP) - Ross Perot said rday that his new Reform Party nough voter registrations to qualify alifornia's ballot. He continued to I saying whether he would offer elf as its presidential nominee. his is a particularly exciting day ie because in California today they cross the finish line 18 days ...…

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…UiBnDak IThe Neilds rock the Ark RE.M.'s last college-rock 'Stand' ,... By Brian A. Gnatt Daily Music Editor Sunday night's R.E.M. and Grant Lee Buffalo concert at Crisler Arena was a good one, no doubt. But for the $45 ticket price, R.E.M. should have been phenomenal, if not orgasmic. There's a lot of things you can get for $45, and whether the thrill of R.E.M. is worth $45, that remains to be seen. For $45, or even a nosebleeding $27.50 ...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, October 24, 1995- 9 Dance hall crashes into shelter By Use Harwin Daily Arts Writer V ihat dothefollowing three bands- Operatip Ivy, Rancid and Dance Hall Crashers - all have in common? The answer is easy: All three bands some- how involve punkgurus Tim Armstrong and Matt Freeman. Operation Ivy, be- cause both Tim and Matt were previous members. Rancid, because both Tim and Matt are current members. And Dance Ha...…

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…10 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, October 24, 1995 Black and Gold Contest promotes talent and pride By Eugene Bowen Daily Arts Writer Competition was fierce and the go- ing wasn't always easy. So when Harriet Russell - a proud, determined, inde- pendent African-American woman - says she is Miss Black & Gold 1995, don't think the title was given to her. She earned it. Russell's grandmother best voiced how she felt screaming "I don't believe...…

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… only once coverage. *_a11 r Page 11 Tuesday October 24, 1995 Blue prepares for stretch run Wolverines enter toughest portion of schedule nicked up By Antoine Pitts Daily Sports Editor As the Michigan football team gears up this week for a matchup with Min- nesota for the Little Brown Jug, the Wolverines will be doing some heal- ing. Several Wolverines remain banged up following Saturday's 34-17 win at Indiana, while another is set to b...…

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…12 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, October 24, 1995 The University of Michigan-Ann Arbor Code of Student Conduct INTRODUCTION The University of Michigan-Ann Arbor (the University) is dedicated to maintaining a scholarly community. As its central pur- pose, this community promotes intellectual inquiry through vigorous discourse. Essen- tial values which undergird this purpose include civility, dignity, diversity, education, equality, freedom, ...…

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… 7"t Ntm coot The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, October 24, 1995 - 13 Due Process under two Codes rh Now Code low the Code of Student Conduct, which is scheduled to be taken up t the November meeting of the Board of Regents, resolves a omplaint. Alleged Violation A member of the University community must submit a complaint to the resolution coordinator within six months of the alleged incident. The coordinator may waive the six-month limitation...…

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…14- The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, October 24, 1995 Yoc - hasn't gone this fur since you lived with your PARENTS AM/FM stereo radio - standard? heck yeah! (what's driving without a little driving music?) Clearcoat paint - paint you can't see keeps the paint you can see looking good (see?) Fold-down rear seats - means you can go places and take lots of stuff with ya 5-speed transmission and tubular rear axle with spring-over shock sport ...…

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…rw - I oOUK If B \ glo year dip picking fi I'd like Dole on BY GLENN o MCDONALD Phil Gran ILUSIRATIION By D. SHAUN some Vi CARTErR, WICHIA SATE: U. Bh ----------- - --rU. Buchana the solar Our estes warrior o D.C. RigI Now, I'm cool. But m orewhatever Tthese days. ' Double er. What Il tion-year pos Take bloody, year presidetial Flotsam in Which w the 'N et tio "year of The proliferation of useless America's a o online Information continues. k...…

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… $11,490 M.S.R.P. of Cavalier Coupe as shown with optional appearance package and PEG 1. *$10,995 M.S.R.P. including dealer prep and destination charge. Tax, license and optionalequipment additional. tMaintenance net 3RD ANNUAL U. CAPTURE THE NIKE SPIRIT CONTEST Win $1,0 AND your orntry poblho wit a Wherever you go, climb, hike, raft, spelunk, skydive, parasail, hang glide, bike, jump, explore or kick back, take your camera and Capture the N...…

October 24, 1995 (vol. 106, iss. 18) • Page Image 19

…HIS MONTH'S MOVIE SELECTION shows a striking lack of film- noir fare. What's going on? Where's the gratuitous violence? Where are the likable bad guys with oddball fetishes and even more oddball nicknames? Oh, that's right: It's a Disney sort of month. Buck up, though. Maybe at the end of Toy Story, Woody will pump Buzz with semiauto- matic fire (Closing remark: "That's all I have to say about that."). The American President Castle Rock What ...…

October 24, 1995 (vol. 106, iss. 18) • Page Image 20

… diverse interests, activities, attitudes and concerns of stu- dents attending four- year colleges and universities." U. Magazine Table of T cEo-ph nt Contents: Sex, Drinking, Sex, Music, Hey, nice editorial ["My technologi- Sex, Drugs, Sex, Optional other story, cal clock is a-tickin'," Oct. 1995]. We Sex. Diversity... oftsex? are entirely too hung up on our com- Rich Campbell, staff; U. of Delaware puter systems. I have a friend that I can'...…

October 24, 1995 (vol. 106, iss. 18) • Page Image 21

…Pocket Band Bicycle Back in the day, rock bands usedtotourinsqualid old vans, eating lotsof Taco Bell and engaging inwoeful- lyunhealthyactivities. Not this month's pocket band. They want to ride their bicycles. "I got laid off from my job," explains Kurt Noel Liebert, singer and bassist forthe New York City power-pop trio Bicycle. "And I'm a huge biking fan. So Ithought I mightjust strap a guitar to my back and cross the country doing acoost...…

October 24, 1995 (vol. 106, iss. 18) • Page Image 22

… OUT OF ORDER U. of New Mexico Hello, is anyone there? A U. of New Mexico emergency phone was recently adorned with a memoran- dum reading: "Please do not get raped or otherwise attacked at, or near, this location. This Emergency phone has been inoperative since July. The UNM Police have been informed, but no action has been taken." This warning reaffirms a solid message for all students: If you plan to be attacked, please, by all means, brin...…

October 24, 1995 (vol. 106, iss. 18) • Page Image 23

…It's Mad, but it just might work BY GLENN McDONALD ILLUSTRATION BY: NORMAN MINGO, WHATSITOO U. EGENDARY MAD MAGAZINE ILLUSTRATOR SERGIO Aragones is standing at the back of a Hollywood sound stage. Before him, cast and crew prepare for the final take of "Apollo the 13th," Mad TVs Jason-meets-Jim Lovell send-up of the horror genre. Aragones, who just dropped in on the set out of curiosity, chuckles. "This should have happened a long time ago," ...…

October 24, 1995 (vol. 106, iss. 18) • Page Image 24

… Posing With Honors OST PARENTS DREAM THAT their child will attend an Ivy League university. Ah, the prestige. The contacts. The chance to pose for Playboy magazine? a '-. : :'. Y, '_' SCa. .rs . n '. " ,b :, ,' .f '" ... 41 e / ,°x5 I I %a To show that brains and beauty often do go together, Playboy devoted its October issue to The Women of the Ivy League. Maga- zine reps canvassed Harvard, Yale and the like looking for fresh-faced "co...…

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…Student extras gooff Camp us and on the set CSU, ON BAC f TO P Pld5' I '7seand /d iTs5sil e L 1 /4' / 'I C S. C JOHANNA TOMKIEL, . CSU, LONG BEACH BY WENDY RUTHERFORD UI. OF TEXAS, AUSTIN '94 GRAD THOUSANDS OF HOPEFULS FLOCK to Hollywood every year, praying for a big break. What they don't know is that today's students are finding a little fame (with even less fortune) mere blocks from campus. And although they might not get a star on Hollywo...…

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… iii'In iarsn fr g lp IT'S 2 A.M. ON A SCHOOL NIGHT. The dimly lighted room reeks like someone tried to cover up the stale smell of a dirty ashtray with bourbon and Old Spice potpourri. "All right now, gentlemen, start your engines and give it up for Lisa," says the DJ in his best used- car-salesman voice. With Whites- nake's "Here I Go Again" blaring_ over the speakers, Lisa* struts out from behind the red polyester cur- tains. For the next ...…

October 24, 1995 (vol. 106, iss. 18) • Page Image 27

…L VAUL Hount it Earls How to charm jaded potential voters in 12 easy months Th scramle make voting see cl BY BONNIE DATT ASSOCIATE EDITOR PHOTO BY: BENJAMIN GLOTZER, SYRACUSE U. CAPITOL PHOTO BY: CLAIRE DUGGAN, GEORGE WASHINGTON U. OULD '96 BE THE FIRST ELECTION that hinges on who has the best Web site? In '92, Bill Clinton went for sax appeal on Arsenio. Now the hip thing is to go online. Worlds of information about each candidate - Quick...…

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…Life Is Shert Play Iarijy IX lFllin _ WRY^e I N THE '90S, MANY TRADITIONAL sports have given way to a series of nontraditional, adventurous pursuits. Rock climbing, white- water canoeing and bungee jumping have all found their way into popu- lar culture. But in this brave new world of equality and inclusiveness, the sedentary still have little sport- ing to do. This needs to be corrected. Low-impact sports have long been neglected as legitim...…

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