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November 16, 1995 (vol. 106, iss. 35) • Page Image 1

…WE r One hundred five years of editoria'l freedomn *~4t Geather ronight: Partly cloudy, low around 23°. romorrow: Cloudy, chance f snow, high around 34. , Thursday November 16, 1995 I ~ 0 v Inside: The Daily previews the Michigan men's basketball team. ._ } }, R Pres. spurns offer to end Maurice Taylor Blue cleans glass, Demons shutdow n M'owns 1*n .... 7-65 W y Paul Barger aily Sports Writer The Michigan men's basketball eam tipp...…

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…2 - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, November 16, 1995 MSA Continued from Page 1 gan Party, shouting, "We take our con- stituents to class, because we care." "In the Michigan Party, we try to use every innovative way possible to reach out to students," Winnick said. Winnick saidhe spent $90 to rent the cart from a Pontiac agency for the two- day campaign. Some passers-by said they were an- noyed with the politicking and they were not interest...…

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… A 1. ~~tAAf The Michigan Daily - Thursday, November 16, 1995 - 3 caith and dtiement tudy on-line Information about the Health and etirement Study conducted by the niversity's Institute for Social Re- earch is now accessible through a orld Wide Web page on the Internet. the home page, accessible at http:// ww.umich.edu/hrswww, provides 'cress to data, news, publications and {thesites connected with the study. The study, co-directed by ISR re...…

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…4 - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, November 16, 1995 $br £kbitigjrn tag 420 Maynard Street Ann Arbor, MI 48109 Edited and managed by students at the University of Michigan -, MICHAEL ROSENBERG Editor in Chief JULIE BECKER JAMES M. NASH Editorial Page Editors JuDITH KAKA TE Frye Piuvr Aborirn foes deploy a new insidious logic to rob us ofnghs Unless otherwise noted, unsigned editorials reflect the opinion of a majority of the Daily 's edi...…

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…Lacim f.4sTklrt The Michigan Daily - Thursday, November 16, 1995 - 5 In study of climate changes, scientists use mammals' teeth Researchers hope to learn more about global warming By Cathy Boguslaski Daily Staff Reporter University researchers are using data from an unlikely source - the teeth of long-dead mammals - to determine past climate changes. The research is based on measuring amounts of oxygen present intooth enamel, said Henry Fri...…

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…6 - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, November 16, 1995 AHH FUSION! Buy the shirt "Let's Recycle' Nuclear Waste." Specify S,M,LXL or XXL and Ty. $20.00 each includes sh ing and handling. Send to: Arena Service ore, PO Bo'x 5233, Atlantic City, NJ 08404. Thank you, Phi Vocia.' DOUBLE FUTON- $100. 20" TV-$175. 3cu. ft. Fridge- $100. Microwave- $40. Entertainment center.- $50. All neg. Call 741- '9683. P OL TABLE - 9 ft $400/Best offer. You move. ...…

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… ai TAT The Michigan Daily - Thursday, November 16, 1995 - 7 DETROIT NEWSPAPER STRIKE ENTERS CEO says he sees no end to newspaper strike 5TH MONTH Detroit Newspapers files federal lawsuit DETROIT (AP) -- With the Detroit newspaper strike into its fifth month, the chief executive and president of Detroit Newspapers spoke to The Asso- ciated Press on Friday about the strike and where he thinks it is headed. Frank Vega heads the agency that ...…

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…8 The Michigan Daily - Thursday, November 16, 1995 Acctg. prof dies of cardiac arrest By Laurie Mayk Daily Staff Reporter Prof. Victor Bernard, affectionately refered to as "Vic" by his students and colleagues, died Tuesday afternoon of cardiac arrest. Bernard, who served on the faculty of the Business School's accounting deptartment for more than a decade, "leaves behind a legion of admiring colleagues, former students and good friends," B...…

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… The N FEDERAL SHUTDOWN CONTUES Michigan Daily - Thursday, November 16, 1995 - 9 People wondering how shutdown would affect them mI Los Angeles Times WASHINGTON -What if the gov- ernment shuts down and no one notices? That thought apparently occurred to quite a few Americans yesterday dur- ing the second day of the partial shut- down in the nation's capital. "The media has built this up like it's a hurricane on the way, but it has no impac...…

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…10 - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, November 16, 1995 NAIrso"/wolto.l.iil) Peres toe form new Cabinet TEL AVIV, Israel (AP)-Unitingto prove that ballots, not bullets, must determine the government oflsrael, law- makers across the political spectrum backed Shimon Pere' as premier yes- terday. President Ezer Weizman gave the Labor Party leader 21 days to form a new Cabinet after parties representing I 11 out of the 120 Knesset members - inclu...…

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…r.-,-..- The Michigan Daily - Thursday, November 16, 1995 - 11 Calif. student's expulsion over e-mail use raises concerns Lai Angeles Times f In a controversial decision that has polarized the campus at California Institute of Technol- ogy, a.promising doctoral candidate was ex- pel led from the prestigious Pasadena University last month for allegedly sexually harassing an- -6ther student - largely via e-mail. The unusual action has raise...…

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… Oh, Weber! Weber State advanced to an NIT quarterfinal game against Michigan by defeating Fresno State, 102-86. The game, which lasted until the wee hours of the morning in the Eastern Time Zone, was Jerry Tarkarian's- first as the Fresno State basketball coach, The Wolverines will host the Wildcats Friday at Crisler Arena at 7:30 p.m. Page 12 Thursday November 16, 1995u Don't fget about ite and Bullock Sthis season lothought this kid woul...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Thursday, November 16, 1995 - 13 Easy week By A idy Knudsen Daily Sorts Writer o. 2 Ohio State and No. 5 North- western are both fighting to stay atop the igTen. But this weekend the Buck- eyes and Wildcats will have to prove theifr piight in an eating contest: WTkaoes a better job of devouring a cupdal GCatd, cupcakes in the Big Ten are still respectable foot- ball t sts, at least now Aroun that'B4 Wildcats have clawedhe...…

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…14 - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, November 16, 1995 DEPAUL Continued from Page 1 "If it wasn't for him I don't think we would have gotten a basket (in the first half)," DePaul coach Joey Meyer said. Michigan's biggest advanatge was clearly in its ability to rebound, pulling down 54 compared to DePaul's 33. The Wolverines consistently created second and third chances for themselves. "We learned that we're going to have to grow bigger or fi...…

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…The Michigan Dailv - Thursdav. November 16. 1995 -15 x ... M .... laiv - hairrlv _mh .I Q - v . Former Wolverine named NL MVP Larkin first shortstop in 33 years to win top National League honor NEW YORK (AP) - Former Michigan standout Barry Larkin was the surprise choice as NL Most Valu- able Player yesterday, beating out Dante Bichette and Greg Maddux to become the first shortstop to win the award in 33 years. Maddux, who won his fourth...…

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… Jazzbos of the world unite An afternoon workshop with an evening concert by the WCC Jazz Orchestra and Sherman Mitchell and Gene Parker. Check it out in- between classes. Be at WCC, Morris Lawrence Building at 1 p.m. Free. Page 16 Thursday, November 16. 1995 4., 'Jream' reveals a darker truth r*..± Shakespeare's classic is transformed into an opera h ?.|| M By Emily Lambert Daily Fine Arts Editor "It's not like investing, it's not like bu...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Thursday,November 16, 1995 - 17 Musicians shine in Beethoven, Messiaen Michigan Chamber Players put on a compelling, artful performance By Michael Rodman Daiiv Arts Writer Wien one is part of a community which has long and frequently been ho41o visiting ensembles of interna- tional stature, it's easy to forget the riches in one's backyard. However,, the Tuesday night recital by the Michi- gan Chamber Players in Rackham A...…

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…18 - The Michigan Daily -Thursday, November 16, 1995 ,-,BOOKS Continued from Page 16 The Secret Art of Dr. Seuss Dr. Seuss Random House Ted Geisel, otherwise known as Dr. Seuss, has left a large body of work for the world. Characters like the Cat in the Hat and the Grinch are known to just about all of us. But there's another side to the good doctor that has only been shown to s since he shuffled off this mortal coil, a side expressed in pai...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Thursday, November 16, 1995 -19 Charm Farm Pervert PRA Records It's always cool when a band from your hometown gets national air- play. But, it gives you a warm fuzzy feeling when the band that makes it is actually good. Such is the case with Charm Farm, a band hailing from our own city of Detroit. With their new CD, "Pervert," Charm Farm proves to their listeners that they can put out an excellent album while still not f...…

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…, . _. -- .. - -1 The Michigan Daily -Thursday, November 16. 1995 A weekly listing of who's where, what's happening and why you need to be there... F I L M T H E A T E R First-Run Films FILMS OPENING: The American President Michael Douglas, Annette Bening, Martin Sheen and Michael J. Fox try to do some career resuscita- tion. At Briarwood: 11:30, 2:20, 5:00, 7:45, 10:30; at Showcase: 11:00, 12:30, 1:30, 2:55, 4:00, 5:20, 7:20, 7...…

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…2--The Michigan Daily - Thursday, November 16, 1995 r - - --- -- - - -- - - - - I I I I-® ®I 0 '6' I--i I I I D04itforget tke ciosk .114 I I I I I I I I A GUARAJ I I I I I I I I Fo 011 ugygO U IRS KU I: For details visit http://www.e-coupons.com Lo - - -- ---- -------.- ............................................... ANNOUNCING THE E-COUVQONS FREQUENT USER VROGRAtI: USE COUVpONSW For details visit http:Ilwww.e-coupons.com I...…

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… 2- The Michigan Daily - TIPOFF '95 96 - Thursday, November 16, 1995 The Michigan Daily - TIPOFF 'S Minnesota GOLDEN GOPHERS Last year: 10-8 Big Ten, 19-12 overall Tastes of Ann Arbor Dining Guide Postseason: NCAA 1st round Returning starters: Sam Jacobson (7.7 ppg, 4.8 rpg) John Thomas (7.3 ppg, 4.6 rpg) Key losses: Voshon Lenard (17.3 ppg, 4.3 rpg) Townsend Orr (13.0 ppg, 4.7 apg) Jayson Walton (10.9 ppg, 7.1 rpg) Coach: Clem Haskins Ca...…

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…22 - The Michigan Daily - TIPOFF '95-96 - Thursday, November 16, 1695 The Michigan Daily -TIPOF Purdue set to defend back-to-back Big Ten titles " Boilermakers hope to sneak up on unsuspecting conference opposition 0B y Barry Soi enberger The Purdue Boilermakers are rarely the most talented team in the conference. But Gene Keady's boys keep doing something that frustrates the rest of the league. They continue to win Big Ten championships -...…

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… 4 - The Michigan Daily -- TIPOFF "95-196 -- Thursday, November 16, 1995 The Michigan Daily - " Blue boasts top frontcourt Baston and Taylor are proven contributors. With 6-8, 300-pound Traylor, they could dominate the Big Ten paint * By Paul Barger and center spots. Last year Fisher tried Jerod Ward down low, but the experiment clearly back- fired. For Ward to succeed he must play either shooting guard or small forward. He may have a gre...…

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…20 - The Michigan Daily - TIPOFF "95-'96 -- Thursday, November 16, 1995 The Michigan Daily --- TIOOFI Gloomy Columbus: Buckeyes face down year Swingmen are in question Ward, Mitchell and White could lead Michigan to glory - or V Ohio State expected to finish near bottom of league for second straight year * By Barry So[enberger If you're 6-4 with a pretty good jumper, you should have considered transferring to Ohio State last year. The ...…

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… ': .s f t m' I I The Michigan Daily - T'POFF 6- The Michigan Daily - TIPOFF "95-196 - Thursday, November 16, 1995 Guards remain a mystery Will Michigan's little guys play big?" By Michael Rosenberg Hoosier hopes rest on Evans Bobby Knight looks to senior forward to lead Indiana to its first Big Ten title since 1992-93 " By Brent McIntosh m There are two ways to look at 8 Michigan's guards this season. View No. 1: Michigan has three so...…

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…18 - The Michigan Daily - TPIOFF "959- - Thursday, Novermber 16, 1995 Iowa plays role of favorite Hawks return 4 starters; including All-American candidate Jess Settles and marksman Chris Kingsbury * By Berry SollenbrL er The Michigan Daily - TPO Bik Ten? Ten'might not be the only mtna The Iowa Hawkeyes are the media's pick to win the Big Ten title - and for good reason. They return four starters from last year's 21-12 team: Jess Settles, ...…

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…The Michigan Daily - TIPOFF " 8-.b TMJpiigan Daily.- TIWF F 1096 -*Thuria, Nqvppkber 16 , 99 4, N4 W, . I - 11-1 11 , I 1 11 . i I I Brent Michael Spartans to begin Izzo era First-year coach faces difficult task of replacing Heathcote and one of nation's finest backcourts* By Paul Barger Michigan AU-Big Ten Team Kiwane Garris, Illinois Kiwane Garris, Illinois KIWANE GARRIS, ILLINOIS Kiwane Garris, Illinois (Player of the Year in ALL...…

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…Oh r.- kY a I A~ __Thy Nlihisan gly u-- TI" flC!S4 - Thursday; November -16.-1995 lfl - IIIC vI1G1116011 va11y Michigan faces tough slate :. Wolverines hope to improve nonconference record . By on last season's disappointing 6-6 Paul Barger One of Steve Fisher's greatest fears was realized last season when his young team struggled through its nonconference schedule. A 6-6 record with embarassing losses to Pennsylvania, Washington and...…

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… 10 - TheMichigan Daily - TIPOFF _9 -96 - Thursday, November 16, 1995 The Michigan Daily - TPFF " I V~. ~ : ~ ~q~I - - ----- ~-~ ~~ ~ Uf *P k_._ Brian DUTCHIER Scott Y Hometown: Bloomington, Minn. Hometown: Detroit Began at Michigan: 1988 Began at Michigan: 1994 Jay SM ITHll Hometown: Mio Began at Michigan: 1989 Year 1994-95 Totals Games 31 31 FC I Year 1994-95 Totals Games 30 30 FC onwooolo Year 1994-95 Totals Game 20 20 F ...…

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…14 -The Michigan Daily -ipoff 195-190 - Thursday, November 16, 1995 The Michigan Daily - TIPOF Dugan FIFE Height: 6-3 Weight: 185 Year: Senior Position: Guard Hometown: Clarkston High School: Clarkston Strengths: The most experienced Wolverine. Can hit the outside shot. Question Marks: Lacks confidence. Doesn't take charge as point guard should.- Stee FISHER Born: March 24, 1945 High School: Herrin H.S., Herrin, Ill. Wife: Angie Children:...…

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