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November 14, 1995 (vol. 106, iss. 33) • Page Image 1

…eather tonight: Snow showers, low omorrow: Snow likely, igh around 350 ito *1rn One hundredflve years ofeditorialfreedom Tuesday November 14, 1995 m r a R 5 n Admin. salary increases outpace faculty again -2.8 By Joeh Whit. Daily Staff Reporter Executive officers at the University enjoyed higher pay increases than fac- ulty and staff members again this year, according to the annual Faculty and Staff Salary Record released yesterday. Wh...…

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…2 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, November 14, 1995 SALARIES Continued from Page 1 you look at the quality of the faculty, it is important that we maintain competi- tive salaries to keep that quality. Fac- ulty salaries here are a continuing prob- lem for us." President James J. Duderstadt jumped to the top of the University's list this year with his $260,709 salary, which includes a 5-percent merit increase and a $16,667 equity adjustment. ...…

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…f ' ' , The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, November 14, 1995 - 3 AAPD releases names in car crash It was a Dearborn man who was the 'person killed when a tree fell on his car over the weekend, Ann Arbor police said yesterday in releasing the names of th& people involved the incident to The -Michigan Daily yesterday. Staff Sgt. Dennis Betz said the driver was John Cain, who died later Satur- day. Cain was driving a Ford Ranger pick-up truck when a...…

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…4 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, November 14, 1995 (Thle , ic igttn ttil JEAN TWENGE T E ERASABu PEN 420 Maynard Street Ann Arbor, MI 48109 Edited and managed by students at the University of Michigan r-- MICHAEL ROSENBERG Editor in Chief JULIE BECKER JAMES M. NASH Editorial Page Editors Ifit's snwing, -rimustbefwinter iaz Michigan - or maybefall Unless otherwise noted, unsigned editorials reflect the opinion of a majority of the Da...…

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… LoCAL/iSTATL tilt ,celert 'birthday 'LANSING (AP) - Hannah banged her dad on the head with a giant library card. Madeline blew kisses. And Mar- garet got the first bite of birthday cake. The Engler triplets turned 1 yester- day, celebrating with a party at the Michigan Library and Historical Cen- ter that quickly turned into a major media event. Gov. John Engler and his wife, Michelle, struggled to hold the squirm- ing 1-year-olds as the tri...…

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…6- The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, November 14, 1995 POOL TABLE - 9 ft $400/Best offer. You move. Dirk: 998-2519. BEAUTIFUL LARGE campus homes. 6 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, parking. 663-1370. Available May or September 1996. CENTRAL CAMPUS houses 1996 3-10 bedrooms, furnished. Call 663-3098. EFFICIENCY APARTMENTS available January 3, 1996 near U of M central campus. Please contact Wilson White Company at 995-9200. Equal Housing Opportunity. EFFICI...…

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… E IOCKILISTAIrt Student eeded y Soumya Mohan r the Daily Ask not for whom the bell tolls. Ask ho is tolling the bells. Anyone interested might want to ask out 'tolling the bells of the Burton ower's Charles Baird Carillon, the iird-heaviest such instrument in the orld. Margo Halsted, the University's rillonist since 1987, is looking for at ast three more students to study caril- n in the winter term. She insists that playing the bells is ro...…

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… You've been flirting again The Flirtations, a gay andlesbian a capella group;-play the Ark tonight at 8 p.m. Tickets for the concert are $13.50 in advance at Schoolkids' Records; call 763-8587 for more information. Page 8 Tuesday, November 14, 1995 . ., 0 Ben Harper fights with his music By Jennifer Buckley ,Daily Weekend Editor When Ben Harper opened for P.J. Harvey at the State Theater last month, he sat in darkness for most of his se...…

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…The Michigan Daily -Tuesday,November 14, 1995 - 9 When the specific rings universal Laurie Rozakis, Ph.D. Ken Smith ?instnt American Literature -Fh Pcett Columbine S:The coverof"Instant American Litera- ture" boasts that inside this book the reader will get "A complete education- without the tuition!" Perhaps that should read "a complete abomination," because that is exactly what you'll find inside this nauseating summary of American litera...…

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…10 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, November 14, 1995 RECORDS Continued from page 10 Replicants Replicants Zoo Entertainment A recent trend in modern rock music has been the cover album. Established artists like Annie Lennox, Elvis Costello and Duran Duran decide to take a break from writing original material, and pay homage to their influences. Such al- bums are also really handy if you've run out of ideas, or need to fulfill a record contrac...…

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… S dgu 89.Maddux does it again Atlanta Braves pitcher Greg Maddux won an unprecedented fourth r ,straight National League Cy Young Award yesterday. The 28-year-old righthander led the majors in wins with a 19-2 mark and a 1.63 ERA. H joins Steve Carlton as the only pitchers to win the award four times. Cincinnati's Pete Schourek finished second, followed by Maddux's teammate Tom Glavine and Los Angeles rookie Hideo Nomo. No surprises: Footbal...…

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…2- The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, November 14, 1995 CARR Ctnued *t Pope 1 The athletic director began making up his mind after Michigan topped Boston College, 23-13, Sept. 16. "We had played three ranked teams, two ofthem away on artificial turf, and it was real opportunity for me, in fact, to travel with the team and Lloyd and seethe way those young men were responding to him," Roberson said. Roberson kept watching Carr and the players, and h...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, November 14, 1995 - 13 Although unfamiliar with success, Wildcats have little trouble adjusting The Daily Northwestern EVANSTON - Open any newspa- per, flip through any magazine or turn on the television and you're bound to see something about Northwestern's football team. The phenomenal success of this year's fifth-ranked squad (9-1 overall, 7-0 in Big Ten) has not only earned respect for the Wildcats throughou...…

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…14- Tuesday, November 14, 1995 -The Michigan Daily alAIn '1A Bombing casts spotlight on aid to Saudi Arabia The Washington Post WASHINGTON - The car bomb attack against Americans in Saudi Arabia has cast a spotlight on U.S. assistance to that country's national security apparatus that both Washing- ton and Riyadh have tried to hide. Fearful of the outcry among funda- mentalists in Saudi Arabia and from U. S. critics ofthe undemocratic oil k...…

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…THE APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS: To assure timely processing, completely fill out all spaces and sign the application before mailing. The application is to be completed in name of person in which the account is to be carried. Please attach a photocopy of your student ID or paid tuition bill for the current semester. 0 4, ADDRESS where you want card and billing statement mailed: First, Middle, Last Name (leave space between each) FSM I Billing A...…

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… ASKED 675 students at U 27 schools t what they want this holi- day season. The results, in order of preference: 3. Camcorder 4. TV video game system 5. Video games ENTERTAINMENT ACCESSORIES 1. CDs. 2. Videos F T 3. Concert tickets 4. Movie tickets ~ r 5. Books TECH TOOLS 1. Computer 2. CD-ROM drive 3. Printer 4. Software 5. Modem, PHOTO EQUIPMENT Y A 1. Camera 2. Film 3. Camera lens 4. Instant camera 5. Stogle-use camera COMMUNICATIONS 1. Cor...…

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…'TCIO THD E oo F ' ato e deweep in t mad- run BY GLENN MCDONALD ILLUSTRATION BY C.S. HARDING, U. OF /ARIZONA Double Take First-Day Freshman7 - A Haiku Series The slow droning buzz My stupid-ass alarm clock! Take that, clock! Take that! Mmm. Sleepy. Yawn. Stretch. Nine-thirty. Nine-thirty! Damn! My eight o'clock. Missed. This milk's gone chunky. Expiration dates! And so... Water with corn flakes. Where's Hobbes Hall? Hey, you! Where in the hel...…

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… lumb and lmber? W ALK INTO ANY DORM ROOM, and you're bound to find a tele- vision set in maximum use. The images flying from the screen shape our worldly outlooks, stimulate our minds and make Lis look deep within ourselves for life's } inner truths. And that's just Beavis and Butt-head. Shows like Picket Fences and 60 Minutes win the awards, but you're more likely to find a college boob tube playing such modern clas- sics as Married... Wit...…

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…U. CAPTURE THE NIKE SPIRIT CONTEST NOW! Wherever you go, climb, hike, raft, spelunk, skydive, parasail, hang glide, bike, jump, explore or kick back, take your cam- i h"Y All of my Nikes. Notice the Jordantattoo on my arm. I also have a swoosh on my ankle. It reads 'Nike or Nothing.' era and Capture the Nike Spirit - those unforgettable experiences in sports and everyday life. Maybe you and your Nikes will hike to the most awesome place on ea...…

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… TOCY TOUH Iowa State U. Ever want to jump up and touch the goal posts before a foot- ball game? Just reach on up there and... oops. U. of Iowa freshman band member Robert Rubocki got on a friend's shoulders to touch Iowa State's goal post before the Iowa-Iowa State game, but as he was hanging from it, the post got a little tipsy. In fact, it was falling down. Both sides say they'll stick to the tradition of the players tear- ing down the post...…

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…College Rock Sympathy for the Devil? Hey, Tipper! Hey, PMRC! Never mind these chuckle- head death metal bands. Slayer? Geeks. Morbid Angel? Gimps. Napalm Death? Pan- sies! College rock is the real enemy. These bands are pol- luting our children's minds. If, on some crisp winterday, ynu hear any of the below elements onthe car radin - beware! You may be listening to the hedonistic, subversive strains ofcollege rock. Jangly, Byrds-ian guitar - T...…

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… I Rocky Mountain Dry W HEN IT COMES TO LISTING the nation's top party schools, the U. of Colorado seems to have gained tenured status. So it's hard to believe that as of this fall, all 18 fraternities at CU self-imposed a ban The me ill Never lie on booze in their chapters. But it's true. The fraternities have joined their already dry sorority counterparts and approved a resolution pledging: "No member chapter will host any function in it...…

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…BY BONNIE DATT . sssss 5, 5 55555~ Chestnuts roasting on an open fire. "This should be an interesting Christmas release - red blood and green blood." -Greg Nicotero, From Dusk Till Dawn Special-effects artist. Jack Frost nipping at your nose. "There's no angst. There's just a bunch of rat-bat f-kin' monsters." - Quentin Tatantino bTI ranting 105 1Kober Ro0driflo1c c cleasc -aersir hristiais scant' Stc Nnovwi'to ii.< iooci, ltt -.violets vc ima...…

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… Turbo Term I( FOLKS, YOUR VIRTUAL TERM papers are due Friday. And I expect at least two rap video clips to go with each section of commentary. If you have any questions, just catch me on the Web chat...." Students at many colleges have "Since I teach media and pop come to expect this kind of assign- culture analysis courses, the ability ment. Innovative computer-orient- to use visual, moving images is a ed courses are popping up in every big ...…

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…If you've seen PalJam O'Rourke for free at your c a mpusy thank your student activity council BY COLLEEN RUSH ASSISTANT EDITOR ICTURE IT: BLOOMINGTON, IND., fall 1994. Big Head Todd and the Monsters are playing IU's 2,500- seat venue. Opening for the band is a funny little no-name group called Hootie and the Blowfish. Who and the Whatfish? Ask that question today and you're likely to elicit some serious stares. But Brandon O'Leary, director o...…

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… Raiders of the Lust Art The King aid 10 ASCOT STEAL- ing - yet another dying art in America. The once time-honored tradition seems to have gone the way of the dodo. And just what really happened to the dodo, anyway? Swiping a rival school's mascot used to make you a hero - even a legend. Just a little added competition between friendly rivals. No harm done. But today, school offi- cials aren't so forgiving. Although each season brings rene...…

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… A ' -4 H L ' From the guaranteed pricing charts:a.sectyu favorite Sbeach or ski destination, b). locate the dates you wish to break : E and length of stay, e-. select the lodging complex you desire. Our guaranteed price listed where your selection intersects is what each trip participant, based upon maximum unit "' occupancy, pays for their spring break trip package. All trip package pricing is per persons.- for thelie length of stay (not ...…

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…x >;. .. .. , ";, : . a a .ddb... Age,- 000 i q An ''" .w Ol SW Ar ± /I A V 's been a long winter, you're tired of wearing wet tennis Shoes and parkas ...you've gotten a few bucks for Chrstmas, and you're daydreaming about soft sand and crashing urf or powder Snow on sunny mountain slopes (the only place Snow really belongs!). FOR ECAST: hot days and hotter nights ahead! W 's time to decide where to go for Spring Break '96, and how to...…

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