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STANDING STRONG FOR 1,424 DAYS — THE FIGHT'S NOT OVER YET
JUNE 6-12, 1999
THE DETROIT
VOL. 4 NO. 29 75 CENTS
Sunday Iournal
PUBLISHED BY LOCKED-OUT
ETROIT NEWSPAPER WORKERS
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ACLU
details in
of racial
Journal photo by SHAWN D. ELLIS
T7^ A vacant commercial and industrial building on Fort Street east of Rosa Parks Boulevard
-La AX llv/ goes up in flames early Tuesday. More than 100 firefighters responded to the five-alarm
t-i . fire, the largest downtown-area fire this year. The six-story building was destroyed; no
on ton injuries were reported. Officials are investigating the cause of the blaze.
Crossword Page 23
Entertainment Page 8
Movie Guide Page 10
Opinion Page 6
Sports Page 28
By Dan Korobkin
Special to the Journal
I t happens to everyone. Lights flash in the
rearview mirror. A siren screams. It’s a
routine police traffic stop. Except that if
you’re black in America, it’s far too routine.
Studies show that African-Americans are the
subjects of routine traffic stops in highly dispro
portionate numbers.
It’s called “driving while black,” and it is a
civil rights concern that is coming into its own.
The American Civil Liberties Union released
a national report on racial profiling in law
enforcement last week, calling for an end to
driving-while-black violations and announcing
a hot line for its victims.
U.S. Rep. John Conyers, D-Mich., spoke at a
press conference in support of the ACLU’s
efforts, as did Detroit NAACP President
Wendell Anthony and prominent local attorney
Reginald Turner, a member of the executive
board of the National Bar Association.
The report, “Driving While Black: Racial
Profiling on Our Nation’s Highways,” docu
ments police reliance on racial profiling across
See DWB, Page 4
INDEX
Classifieds Page 22


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THE DETROIT SUNDAY JOURNAL
JUNE 6 t 1999
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Kids in spotlight
“Look for Me,” a show featuring the
youth of C.AM.P. Detroit and emceed
by WMXD-FM ‘s Sylvia Simone, is 4-6
p.m. today at First Unitarian-
Universalist Church, 4605 Cass (at
Forest), Detroit. Tickets are $5 for the
performance only. Tickets for the show
and dinner are $20; serving times are
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torship program funded by the city of
Detroit Recreation Department.
obituaries
Deejay David Dixon
A memorial party to honor and cele
brate the life of Detroit radio
troubadour David Dixon will be held
at 7 p.m. June 20 at the Magic Bag,
22920 Woodward in Ferndale.
Dixon, whose “Dave Dixon’s
Radiomagazine,” aired late Saturday
on WXYT-AM, died of an apparent
heart attack at his Ferndale home
over the Memorial Day weekend.
He was 60.
Tbo big and broad for formatted
radio, Dixon’s style, a blend of profes
sorial knowledge of underground
rock, strong political views and a bit of
spirituality, was as delectable as it
was rare.
“Dave was an inspiration and
instrumental to many of us who decid
ed to make radio our career,” said
Doug Gondek, program director at
WXYT-AM. (See Jim McFarlin’s trib
ute to Dixon on Page 11.)
Dixon is survived by a brother,
John, and a sister, Vivian Valentine.
At the memorial, donations will be
taken at the door to establish a schol
arship in Dixon’s name at a local
school.
— Audrey McKenna Decker
Pressman Robert Starling
Lifelong Ferndale resident and
retired newspaper pressman Robert
Starling died May 28 at William
Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak. He
was 70.
Mr. Starling began working at the
Detroit Free Press in 1950 and retired
from Detroit Newspapers in 1992. He
also worked at the Detroit Times,
Highland Parker and the Royal Oak
Tribune.
A graduate of Catholic Central High
School, he married Betty Potter in
Royal Oak on May 14, 1970.
The second oldest of eight children,
he was wonderful with children and
enjoyed spending time with his grand
children and many nieces and
nephews, his wife said.
Other survivors include two daugh
ters, Michelle (Paul) - Wilmoth,
Ferndale, and Sue (Dan) Stewart,
Royal Oak; a son, Steve (Amy)
Starling, West Bloomfield; three
brothers, Jim (Mable) Starling,
Sterling Heights; Richard (Donna)
Starling), Pensacola, Fla.; and George
(Joyce) Starling, Glouchester, Va.; two
sisters, Irene (John) Evers, Ferndale,
and Catherine (Fred) Otto, Palmetto,
Fla.; six grandchildren and many
nieces and nephews. He is prede
ceased by sons, John and James; a
brother, Bill and sister, Patricia. He
was interred at Auburn Crematory in
Royal Oak.
Donations can be made to the GCIU
Strike Fund to assist locked-out news
paper workers or Hospice of
Southeastern Michigan.


JUNE 6, 1999
DETROIT SUNDAY JOURNAL
PAGE 3
Carhauler contract seen as Hoffa victory
By Mark Weinraub
Reuters
A rlington, va. —
Teamsters President
James P. Hoffa got to
repeat his favorite line
after last week’s negotiations with
carhauling companies.
“The Teamsters are back!” Hoffa
said Wednesday after a tentative
four-year agreement was reached.
“We basically delivered for the mem
bership.”
The negotiations were the first
conducted by Hoffa, son of legendary
Teamsters leader James R. Hoffa,
who mysteriously disappeared two
decades ago.
“The victory was made possible by
a newly unified Teamsters,” Hoffa
said. “Rank-and-file members from
all sectors of this great union came
together to support our brothers and
sisters in the carhaul industry. This
is a great day for the Teamsters.”
Earlier in the week, it had seemed
there was the possibility of a strike
that would disrupt deliveries of new
automobiles across the United
States.
Under the agreement, which must
be ratified by the 12,800 members
over the next few weeks, each will
receive a $1,500 bonus in the first
year and a 50 cents-an-hour
increase in each of the last three
years, the union said.
In addition, the Teamsters won
major job security disputes when
management dropped two proposals
the union particularly disliked —
using part-time workers and allow
ing Mexican drivers to deliver cars
in the United States.
The unions estimated the cost to
the 17 firms covered by the master
agreement would be an additional 5
percent in the first year and 4 per
cent in each subsequent year.
In Detroit Donald G. Smith, presi
dent of Local 299, which represents
1,300 carhaulers, said he expects
ratification, probably within 60
days.
“Everyone had indicated that this
national contract would be a real
test for General President Hoffa,”
said Smith, “and frankly, I think he
passed with flying colors.”
The carhauling firms said in a
brief statement they are pleased the
agreement was reached and a strike
averted.
“The nature of compromise is such
that neither side gets everything
they want,” said Ian Hunter, the
employers’ chief negotiator. “This
new agreement, however, contains
provisions that will guarantee con
siderable improvements for our
employees while enabling our com
panies to continue providing the
best service.”
With U.S. auto sales near record
levels, the agreement was greeted
with great relief by car makers.
“This is a very hot market, and we
want to be able to continue to get
cars and trucks to our customers,”
said a General Motors Corp.
spokesman. “This is going to allow
that to happen.”
GM builds about 24,000 vehicles a
day. During a 1995 carhaulers
strike, the spokesman said, some
10,000 vehicles a day were affected,
causing a massive backup in deliver
ies to dealers.
The Teamsters said they won
major changes in the pension fund;
retirees 55 and older with 25 years
experience will get $2,500 a month,
up from $1,500. Other retirees also
will see increases.
The union said it did agree to some
scheduling flexibility by mechanics
covered by the contract.
After years of tumultuous union
politics among Hoffa and his rivals,
attention was focused heavily on
how well the new president per
formed.
“I felt it was important, not for me
but for the Teamsters union, to show
that they are back,” said Hoffa.
“I am a hands-on president. I
intend to be involved in all our
major negotiations,” Hoffa said, cit
ing pending Northwest Airlines and
Anheuser-Busch negotiations.
A carhaulers strike would have
affected General Motors, Ford Motor
Co. and DaimlerChrysler AG, which
use union drivers to transport vehi
cles from assembly plants. Foreign
automakers also rely on Teamsters
to ship vehicles from ports to hold
ing areas and dealerships inland.
“We’re glad that work can contin
ue as usual,” said DaimlerChrysler
spokeswoman Rocki Rockingham.
The auto industry is in the midst
of a near-record year in the United
States, with analysts forecasting
sales of more than 16 million cars
and light trucks, up from 15.6 mil
lion in 1998. The record year was
1986, with sales of 16.1 million.
Play’s
the thing
The new playscape at Haims Elementaiy School in southwest Detroit
has a poignant foundation. In April 1998 a student died in a gang-
related firebombing. Although many people wanted to retaliate, “the
school decided to channel anger into a positive symbol of peace and
Journal photos by SHAWN D. ELLIS
nonviolence,” according to the nonprofit Communities in Schools. On
building day, Greg Schymik, in photo at left, got help from 8-year-
olds Eric Hernandez and Nathan Milety. Above, Lariy Miller, left, and
Greg Moore worked in the rain to put up a slide.


PAGE 4
THE DETROIT SUNDAY JOURNAL
JUNE 6, 1999
labor notebook
Part-time printers get full-time grief
By Alan Forsyth
Journal Staff Writer
D etroit Newspapers called the
first part-time printers back
to work at least 24 hours a
week with health benefits,
but the day after their return they
were told “there’s been a misunder
standing.”
Instead, they said their supervisor
told them they were to work two six-
hour shifts a week with no benefits.
Union attorney Sam McKnight said,
“We are going to do everything we
need to do to protect these people’s
rights, which includes a minimum of
three full shifts a week and benefits.
“We think the papers are trying to
make the jobs so undesirable that peo
ple will not go back.”
Three part-time printers returned
Tuesday. Others are scheduled to
return later this month to jobs they
originally were told include benefits.
The printers are members of Detroit
Typographical Union (Local 18 of the
International Typographical
Union/CWA). Local 18 President Sam
Attard said Friday, We will do every
thing we can to get back the jobs they
had prestrike — all the hours and all
the benefits.”
Last February Local 18 reached a
partial agreement with the DN to
allow buyouts for members with guar
anteed lifetime jobs.
Sixty-two full-timers took that buy
out and retired, leaving 34 union
members in the DN composing room
with a roughly equal number of scabs.
Full-time journeymen earn $18 an
hour. February’s agreement set part-
timers’ wages at $12 an hour.
Meanwhile, the DN maintains a sec
ond composing room, set up before the
strike, with nonunion workers. That
composing room was a strike issue for
Local 18.
Two part-timers from another
locked-out local — Graphic
Communications International Union
289M — also received recall letters
but the DN rescinded the job offers
when it realized they aren’t DTU
members. Meanwhile, nine Local 289
full-timers, some with more than 25
years of seniority, remain locked out.
Local 289 shares jurisdiction with
Local 18, meaning that by agreement
they do the same work — an arrange
ment deriving from enormous changes
in composing room technologies. In
March Local 289 also reached a par
tial agreement with the DN, allowing
the company to offer buyouts to eight
members with lifetime jobs. Five took
them, leaving Local 289 with three
members at Detroit Newspapers,
down from about 25 before the strike.
Locals 18 and 289 are the smallest
of the six locals that went out on strike
July 13, 1995. Before part-timers
began to be hired in the year before
the strike, no new member of either
local had been hired at the papers in
decades.
Locals 18 and 289 will join the other
four locals that went on strike in joint
See LABOR, Page 5
ACLU report details ‘driving while black’
Journal photo by GEORGE WALDMAN
From left, ACLU Executive Director Karyr Moss, U.S. Rep. John Conyers, NAACP
President Wendell Anthony and Detroit attorney Reggie Turner at a press conference
last week to discuss “driving while black.”
DWB, from Page 1
the country and calls for an end to the
practice.
The report details statistical studies
that show minority motorists are
stopped disproportionately for traffic
violations. It suggests that such police
stops are largely attempts by officers
to conduct random searches for drugs.
Among the research cited was a
Maryland study that showed 14 per
cent of drivers along a stretch of 1-95
near Baltimore were black. Yet 73 per
cent of those stopped by police for traf
fic violations were African-American.
And in New Jersey, a court held in
1996 that a state-condoned policy of
racial profiling was in effect on the
New Jersey Turnpike; the court cited
a “stark” disparity in which blacks
were 4.85 times more likely to be
stopped than whites.
“Racial profiling is based on the
premise that most drug offenses are
committed by minorities. This report
documents that this is factually
untrue,” said ACLU Executive
Director Kary Moss. “Because police
look for drugs primarily among
African-Americans and Latinos, they
find a disproportionate number of
them with contraband.”
The ACLU has filed nine lawsuits in
six states in its fight against racial
profiling. It also is advertising its toll-
free DWB hot line, 877-677-6345
(877-6-PROFILE), on billboards and
in radio advertisements around the
country. It has set up a response form
for complaints about incidents in
Michigan on its Web site at www.aclu-
mich.org.
Conyers, the senior member of the
House Judiciary Committee, co-spon-
sored a bill last session to have the
Justice Department instruct police to
record the race of motorists they pull
over and the circumstances surround
ing the stop. That bill passed the
House but was blocked by the Senate
Judiciary Committee. Conyers has
reintroduced it.
Conyers believes that if hard evi
dence of racial profiling can be collect
ed, the Justice Department will have
no choice but to act on the matter.
“There is no question that (racial
profiling) exists, and now we’re bring
ing in more documentation that will
assist the attorney general,” Conyers
said. “In other words, we have to take
this out of the anecdotal and make it
absolute fact.”
While Moss cited the constitutional
violations inherent in racial profiling,
(the Fourth Amendment prohibits
police from detaining and searching
someone without probable cause),
Conyers, Anthony and Turner spoke
also of the trauma that minorities suf
fer as a result of such treatment.
, “There’s nothing more embarrass
ing and humiliating with your family
and children than to be pulled over
and held under arrest until they bring
a drug dog to pore over your belong
ings,” said Conyers.
Anthony said racial profiling has a
profound effect upon race relations in
general. “It not only causes great
indignation for those who are stopped
unnecessarily because they are black
or Latino, but it causes a great tear
ing of the spirit, and it leads to a
sense of depression. It causes racial
frustration and resentment, and it
can even lead to violence and death,”
he said.
The three guest speakers, who are
African-American, recounted multiple
personal experiences with racial pro
filing. Anthony and Turner spoke of
being harassed both on the road and
in airports because they fit profiles
used by law enforcement. “It is hard to
find an African-American, male or
female, who has not had this experi
ence,” Turner said.
Anthony said further evidence of
racial profiling can be found in subur
ban courtrooms, where disproportion
ate numbers of those being arraigned
or making appeals are African-
Americans from Detroit who were
stopped in primarily white suburbs.
In addition to the legislation pro
posed by Conyers, Turner suggested
that a separate study be conducted in
Michigan on the race of drivers
stopped under the state’s new
Primary Seatbelt Enforcement law,
which was opposed by many civil
rights groups on the grounds that it
could be used by police officers as a
pretext to stop and search minorities.
Conyers said his bill was not highly
controversial in the House of
Representatives, even though it was
never allowed to be brought to a vote
in the Senate.
“Most people in the Congress realize
that this problem is self-evident, and
that this remedy is exceedingly minor.
We’re not passing out large amounts
of money or changing the law. We’re
just documenting the condition that
occurs and is prevalent far back into
our history.”


JUNE 6, 1999
THE DETROIT SUNDAY JOURNAL
PAGE 5
DN changes its offer to part-time printers
LABOR, from Page 4
bargaining with the dailies over com
mon issues if and when all have set
tled individual issues.
Negotiations resumed with a feder
al mediator in August.
About 1,000 newspaper workers
remain locked out. The largest group
encompasses some 350 Teamsters
who were home-delivery workers. No
strikers from the home delivery
department have been re-called, even
though Detroit Newspapers’ home
delivery circulation has fallen steeply
during the labor dispute.
Post office pickets
Urban letter carriers will picket
post offices nationwide from 3:30 to 6
p.m. Wednesday to communicate
their frustration over lack of bargain
ing progress with the U.S. Postal
Service.
“The reason we are doing an infor
mational picket is letter carriers are
not allowed to strike,” said Pam
Kraft, recording secretary of the
National Association of Letter
Carriers Branch 4374.
The union’s contract expired Oct.
20, 1998.
“We went to mediation for four
weeks ending at the end of April with
no agreement. Our next course of
action is we go to binding arbitration.
This will be the third (straight) time
we have been forced to binding arbi
tration. We believe the post office is
not bargaining in good faith.”
Methodists extend boycott
The Detroit Annual Conference of
the United Methodist Church not only
reaffirmed its boycott of the Detroit
News and Detroit Free Press, but
extended its boycott to USA Today.
The Detroit Conference, which
includes churches in the Upper
Peninsula and the eastern half of the
Lower Peninsula, will ask the United
Methodist Church’s General
Conference, an international meeting
next May in Cleveland, to adopt a boy
cott of USA Today, published by
Gannett.
Meanwhile, delegates around the
world are being informed about the
labor dispute.
Gannett owns the News and is an
equal partner with Knight Ridder in
Detroit Newspapers, which handles
all noneditorial functions for the
News and Free Press.
The group voted to “reaffirm its wit
ness for justice in the work place by
continuing to refrain from buying the
Detroit News and Detroit Free Press
until a just settlement of the newspa
per dispute is achieved through collec
tive bargaining.”
Jeanette Bartz, a locked-out Detroit
News worker, said of the conference
delegates, “Hardly anyone spoke
against the resolution this time. Two
years ago a few people opposed it for
various reasons.”
DN loses again
The National Labor Relations
Board in Washington unanimously
rejected the Detroit News’ motion to
dismiss an unfair labor practice case
against the paper for firing a locked-
out union president. The paper fired
Newspaper Guild leader Lou Mleczko
for his attendance at a demonstration
by students and workers against a
Detroit News recruiter at the
University of Michigan in Ann Arbor.
The board said there are factual
issues that need to be tried, according
to NLRB Detroit Regional Director
William Schaub.
A bad taste
Starbucks is peddling scab newspa
pers in a promotion called “coffee with
a conscience.”
Coffee shop customers are advised
that if they buy a Detroit Free Press,
“a portion of the proceeds” will be
donated to a Freep charity that focus
es on children and literacy.
Last September Starbucks planned
a similar promotion with the Detroit
News, but without a charity angle. A
kickoff party was held at the down
town Detroit shop, but the promotion
later was canned. Newspaper work
ers picketed outside the event and
were told by a sympathetic party-goer
that a Starbucks exec bragged of the
company’s nonunion status. When
asked to confirm that, Starbucks
marketing executive Peggy Goodwin
told the Sunday Journal, “We are in
business to make money and we will
not have anyone prevent us from
doing that.”
Where We Stand
A commentary on public education and other critical issues
A STAR Story
By SANDRA FELDMAN, President
American Federation of Teachers
I f you’ve waited in a supermarket checkout line recently, you
may have seen the racy tabloid STAR, with its lurid head
lines about various celebrities. If you looked inside the paper,
however, you probably found that the stories did not amount
to much. A waste of time, at best. But there’s a much bigger
STAR story that will never make the headlines in a super
market tabloid—or most national newspapers, for that
matter. In fact, most people will probably never even hear
about it, which is too bad because it is real news, and it could
have an enormous impact on something we all care about—edu
cating our young people.
I’m talking about the massive STAR (Student/Teacher Achieve
ment Ratio) research project in Tennessee. It has collected 14
years of data that prove conclusively that putting kids in small
classes in their early years leads to higher achievement all the
way through school—especially for poor, minority students (in
this study, mainly African-American children).
A Great Experiment
STAR is not one of those studies that gives education research a
bad name—the kind where someone gives 30 kids a test, asks their
teacher about her philosophy of teaching, and comes to an impres
sive-sounding conclusion about why the kids succeeded (or failed).
It was a carefully designed project involving 11,000 children in 42
school districts in Tennessee. Frederick Mosteller, an eminent Har
vard professor of statistics, calls the study “one of the great
experiments in education in U.S. history”
STAR researchers randomly assigned children who were enter
ing kindergarten to classes of 15 students and classes of 25. (Even
25 probably sounds terrific to parents and teachers who are used
to classes of 30 or 35 children.) The children stayed in these classes
for four years—until the end of grade three—but researchers
continued to chart and compare their progress. Last year, those
same kindergarten kids graduated from high school.
The STAR findings clearly show that the benefits of small classes
in the early years last all the way through school. Compared with
students who spent their first four years in regular-size classes, stu
dents from the small classes are:
♦ More likely to graduate on schedule and less likely to drop out.
Small classes in
primary grades
pay big dividends
throughout the
school years.
♦ More likely to have been enrolled
in honors classes and to graduate in
the top 10 percent of their class.
♦ More likely to take SAT or ACT
exams, indicating that they plan to
go on to college. Poor, minority stu
dents who began in the small classes
are far more likely to take these tests
(40 percent, compared with only 31
percent for minority students who
were in regular-size classes all along).
Furthermore, 'the black-white gap
between students taking these exams
is reduced by 56 percent for black
students who began school in small
classes!
And this is on top of earlier achieve
ment, which was equally impressive.
At the end of third grade, children from
the small classes were four months ahead of other children in the
study in reading and math. This accelerated growth continued to
increase over the years. In fact, by the end of eighth grade, the small-
class children were over one year ahead of students who had been
in standard-size classes in mathematics, reading, and science.
Small Classes Beat Vouchers
So, with results like these, why aren’t we making sure all our
kids get the benefit of small classes in the -early grades? Why
are we still talking about experimenting with vouchers-to see if
they can do the job? We already have a comparison between
vouchers and small classes, and the difference is clear: Small
classes raise achievement while vouchers don’t. Princeton pro
fessor Cecelia Rouse’s study of elementary school students in
Milwaukee found that children in small classes made “sub
stantially faster” progress in reading than voucher students.
For the $25 million spent on vouchers to send a few kids to
private school, Milwaukee could have lowered the class size
for an additional 13,000 public school children.
What many teachers and parents have been saying for years is
true: The STAR study in Tennessee proves that small classes in
the early grades can help all our kids do better, and they should
be provided in all our elementary schools. I
Where We Stand is sponsored by the American Federation of Teachers. To comment, write to Sandra Feldman, AFT, 555 New Jersey Ave. N.W.,
Washington, DC 20001. © Sandra Feldman 1999. Visit our web site (http://www.aft.org).


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Opinion
JUNE 6, 1999
Co-editors: Susan Watson, Jim McFarlin
Managing Editor: Emily Everett
Published by Detroit Sunday Journal Inc.
450 W. Fort Detroit, Mich. 48226
313-964-5655 Fax: 313-964-5554
E-mail: detjourn@aol.com
Web site: http://www.rust.net/~workers/strike.html
Metro NY Labor Communications Council Communicator of the Year
The Working Group Joady Award Winner
Media & Democracy Congress Media Hero of the Year
Death row scares
too close for comfort
L eft strictly to the will of the
American people, capital
punishment probably would
be legal in all 50 states, and
it wouldn’t take nearly as long as it
does now for the guilty to get their
reward.
No lengthy appeals, no last-minute
stays. Off to the electric chair, no
muss, no fuss — just get it done.
Normally, and justifiably, the will of
the people sways the direction of leg
islation. When the system works
properly, elected representatives
move on the wishes of their con
stituents. A politician
who wants to stay in
office rarely swims
against the constituent
tide.
When it comes to
capital punishment,
however, it seems that
bit of political wisdom
doesn’t apply. Even
though a February
Gallup poll showed
that 71 percent of
Americans favor capi
tal punishment, anti-
death-penalty legisla
tion seems to be gain
ing among some legislators. This
could prove to be one of the few times
that legislation leads public opinion,
and not the other way around.
At least 11 states this year have
considered legislation that would halt
or abolish capital punishment. Four
other states, including Michigan,
rejected bills that would have allowed
establishment of capital punishment.
Capital punishment is legal in 38
states; New York and Kansas are the
most recent to jump on the bandwag
on.
Still, opposition to the death penal
ty is growing, and it may signal a
long-overdue willingness to re-exam
ine the effectiveness of legalized
killing by the state as a punishment
— especially given the state’s capaci
ty for error.
The growing realization that our
justice system has serious deficien
cies prompted the American Bar
Association in 1997 to call for a tem
porary halt to executions. The United
Nations followed suit this year with a
proposal for a worldwide moratorium.
Many death row
inmates have
been freed
after evidence
emerged that
showed they
were innocent.
Also this year, the Nebraska legis
lature voted for a two-year halt to
executions after some state leaders
voiced concerns that American Indian
and African-American defendants are
more likely than white Americans to
be sentenced to die — a statistic that
applies nationwide. The measure was
vetoed by the governor.
In Illinois, the state House has
passed a nonbinding resolution for a
six-month moratorium on capital
punishment. Last month, the state
exonerated convicted murderer
Ronald Jones. He was the third per
son freed from Illinois’
death row this year,
and the 12th since
1987. One innocent
man was freed after an
investigation by stu
dents at Northwestern
University.
Oklahoma and
Louisiana have also
freed inmates from
death row this year
after evidence emerged
that showed they were
innocent.
Despite this gradual
shift, the rush to put
“criminals” to death hasn’t slowed to
a walk. Forty-six people have been
executed this year, and the nation is
on pace to top 100 executions by
year’s end for the first time since the
U.S. Supreme Court ended a nation
wide ban on capital punishment in
1976.
But even fast-running trains can be
derailed.
10-second editorial
Go figure. In South
Africa, people gladly
wait in line for hours
to vote. In the United
States it takes
something really
important to inspire
such passion. Like a
“Star Wars” movie.
“Positive reinforcement may be more productive,
but damnit... it’s just not as much fun.”
commentary
Pentagon closes eyes
to sweatshop supplier
By Jim Hightower
AlterNet News Service
T ime for another trip into the
far, far, far-out frontiers of
free enterprise. Today,
Spaceship Hightower takes
you through a time warp to a facto
ry where workers are made to do
their jobs at a grueling pace on dan
gerous machinery, where they are
exposed to a cancer-causing chemi
cal, where their pay is based on a
piece-rate system that puts their
income so low they can’t meet basic
family needs, and where they’re
threatened with job loss if they com
plain too loudly or even whisper the
word “union.”
This sweatshop is not out of
America’s distant past, nor is it in
some sweatshop haven like China.
It’s in Beattyville, Ky., an impover
ished town in the Appalachian
foothills. Mother Jones magazine
reports that some 650 workers toil in
deplorable conditions in a factory
owned and run by Lion Apparel.
What makes this story even more
grim is that our tax dollars subsidize
Lion. The company is one of several
that hold a total of more than $800
million in Pentagon contracts to
make uniforms for the military. The
Pentagon even highlights Lion
Apparel as a great success story, hail
ing it for providing uniforms at a
major cost savings.
Yes, indeedy, it’s amazing how a lit
tle sweatshop labor can cut your
costs.
In turn, Vice President A1 Gore —
the Dudley Do-Right of government
spending cuts — has given 51 cost-
cutting awards to the Pentagon agen
cy overseeing the Lion Apparel con
tract, either not noticing or not caring
that the lower costs come at the price
of exploiting American workers.
The Pentagon just shrugs its shoul
ders at the exploitation. A spokesper
son says, “We’re getting out of the Big
Daddy thing. We have no right to tell
our suppliers how to do their busi
ness.”
But don’t we taxpayers have a right
to tell the Pentagon that we don’t
want our tax dollars subsidizing cor
porations that use sweatshop labor?
Jim Hightower hosts Live at the
Chat & Chew,” broadcast by United
Broadcasting Network, and is the
author of There’s Nothing in the
Middle of the Road but Yellow Stripes
and Dead Armadillos. ” His Web site
is www.jimhightower.com.


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Turning up heat to turn off Channel One
By Russell Mokhiber
and Robert Weissman
S en. Richard Shelby of Alabama
could safely be described as a
pro-business Republican.
If nothing else, the U.S. sena
tor believes in constituent service,
and one of his constituents is Jim
Metrock, another pro-business
Alabamian who tends to vote
Republican.
As CEO of Metrock Wire and Steel,
a family business, and founder of the
Business Council of Alabama, the
state’s largest business association,
Metrock had dealings with Shelby.
A couple of years ago, Metrock
decided to get out of the steel business
and do some community service. He
was concerned with commercial tele
vision’s assault on children.
After Pat Ellis, a fellow Alabamian,
told Metrock about Channel One, he
began to research the problem.
Metrock was surprised by what he
learned — a marketing company was
assaulting 8 million children across
the country with ads for junk food
among other items.
Channel One Network, now owned
by Primedia Inc., is the company that
loans televisions to public schools. In
exchange, the schools give Channel
One access to schoolchildren for 12
minutes every day.
The marketers use this opportunity
to pump the children with a 10-
minute “news” program, generally
aired during homeroom, and two min
utes of commercials pushing such
The marketers pump children with
a 10-minute “news” program and two
minutes of commercials pushing junk food.
nutritious staples as Pepsi, Mountain
Dew, Snickers, M&Ms, Twix, Bubble
Yum bubble gum and Fruit Loops.
The advertisers pay a hefty price for
the ads, a reported $200,000 for a 30-
second spot. Metrock asked his 18-
year-old son if he had ever heard of
Channel One. Yes, the son said, I’ve
been watching it for three years.
Flabbergasted, Metrock launched
his campaign. Early last year, he and
Ellis traveled to Washington, D.C., to
meet with Shelby’s staff about the
problem. In April 1998, Shelby issued
a news release expressing his con
cerns about Channel One and calling
for congressional hearings.
Channel One was not pleased.
Executives pulled out their check
books and began writing $120,000
worth of checks to lobbyists in an
effort to derail the hearings.
First, they put on retainer an
inside-the-beltway power law firm —
Preston, Gates. Then they brought on
Ralph Reed, a corporate lobbyist and
former executive director of the
Christian Coalition. And then they
hired a lobbyist in Alabama to keep
an eye on things.
The hearing date was delayed and
delayed — until May 20. All of a sud
den, radio spots started airing in
Alabama attacking Shelby, implying
he was part of a left-wing plot to put
the kibosh on the pro-Christian val
ues of Channel One. We kid you not.
Here is the text of one of the ads
that ran:
“Tragedies like Littleton, Colorado,
show how vital it is to teach our chil
dren the values of faith and family.
One bright spot is Channel One.
Channel One reaches 8 million stu
dents every school day, 250,000 here
in Alabama, with a television pro
gram that tells children to turn their
backs on drugs, reject violence and
abstain from sex before marriage.
And it’s working. The Partnership for
a Drug-Free America found that chil
dren are more aware of the risks of
using marijuana because they are
watching Channel One. But some on
the radical left want Congress to ban
such programming. Call Senator
Shelby ... and tell him to stand up for
Channel One’s right to teach our kids
to say ‘no’ to drugs and ‘no’ to sex
before marriage.”
The ad was sponsored by the
Coalition to Protect Our Children.
The group has a Montgomery, Ala.,
post office box, but no listed phone
number.
Channel One’s lobbyist in Alabama
is Martin Christie. Metrock spoke
with Christie on May 17 and Christie
told him that he knew nothing about
the campaign against Shelby.
“I asked Ralph Reed if he knew any
thing about this advertising cam
paign in Alabama,” Metrock says. “He
didn’t say he didn’t. He said that he
just wasn’t keeping up with that.”
He asked a Channel One executive
if the company had anything to do
with the ad; the executive said no.
In any event, the campaign to derail
the hearing failed. It was held on May
20. Ralph Nader and Phyllis Schlafly
spoke against Channel One, while a
Channel One executive and a priest
from a religious school in Washington,
D.C., spoke in favor of it.
The hearing gained little press
attention — an article in the
Birmingham News, a spot on
National Public Radio’s Morning
Edition.
But it reinvigorated Metrock’s
determination to defeat commercial
ism in the schools. He wants to start
with Channel One in homerooms —
which he calls “a 2-by-4 to the head”
— and then proceed on to Coke and
Pepsi in the hallways.
Russell Mokhiber is editor of
Corporate Crime Reporter, and Robert
Weissman is editor of Multinational
Monitor, both based in Washington,
B.C. They are co-authors of “Corporate
Predators: The Hunt for MegaProfits
and the Attack on Democracy”
(Common Courage Press, 1999,
$14.95). Their Web site address
is: http:H www.corporatepredators.org.
Lessons of Kosovo apply to all workers
I was very pleased you printed an
article against the U.S./NATO
war — “A real betrayal” by
Michael Betzold (May 16).
Encouraging labor, young people
and democratic movements to speak
out and organize against the war is
the most important task in the
United States today for anyone who
wants a better life for working-class
people of all ethnic groups and nation
alities. There is no way we can
achieve better working or living con
ditions if we allow the U.S. govern
ment to use U.S. resources to blow up
working people and their property in
other countries.
I am also pleased the author and/or
the Serbian activists he interviewed
pointed out the U.S. government has
never supported working-class or
popular movements against the
Milosevic regime.
However, I cannot agree with the
characterization of the struggle of the
residents of Kosovo against the
letters
Milosevic regime. The article refers to
“a civil war sparked by secessionist
Albanians” and “the insurrection by
ethnic Albanians in Kosovo.”
The Tudjman regime in Croatia
persecuted and drove Serbs out of
Croatia. But the Tudjman regime’s
persecution of Serbs in Croatia is no
justification for Milosevic’s persecu
tion of and attempts to drive
Bosnians out of Bosnia or Kosovars
out of Kosovo. The Milosevic regime
threw residents of Kosovo with
Albanian and Islamic ancestors out of
their jobs and schools, using this
ancestry as a justification. First
Kosovars protested, then began to
organize civil disobedience, then to
arm themselves, then to demand and
fight for a separate state as a way to
defend themselves.
The U.S. government has done
nothing to help labor and popular
organizations in Serbia struggling
against the Milosevic regime. Nor has
it done anything to help residents of
Kosovo struggling against the
Milosevic regime.
Clinton’s “peace terms” call for
Milosevic to continue to have authori
ty over Kosovo, for the occupation of
Kosovo by foreign troops, and for dis
arming the Kosovo Liberation Army,
which many women have joined in an
effort to get guns to defend them
selves against Milosevic’s armed
forces and their policy of raping
Islamic women in Bosnia and Kosovo.
Working people of all ethnic groups
and nationalities need to make a unit
ed fight to get all U.S. and NATO
forces out of the Balkans, against
Clinton’s “peace terms,” for a just
peace in the Balkans, including the
right to self-determmation for the res
idents of Serbia and the residents of
Kosovo. Funds destined for the U.S.
and NATO military machines should
go to the people of Serbia and Kosovo
to help them rebuild the factories,
schools, hospitals and roads that U.S.
and NATO bombs have destroyed.
Margaret Guttshall
Berkley
A ‘sneaky’ alliance
I just sealed the envelope sending
my renewal for the Detroit Sunday
Journal. I hope you hang in there till
the papers are brought to justice.
I was angered recently to see USA
Today teaming with McDonald’s to
help boost its circulation. We tried the
drive-through at the local McDonald’s
and were greeted by a sign urging us
to buy a copy of USA Today with the
promise that part of the purchase
price would go to some charity. I am
sure that McDonald’s is not a friend of
the union movement. I think it is
sneaky to team with Gannett to help
boost circulation for USA Today.
John L. Biedenbach
Trenton


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JUNE 6, 1999
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The Parrothead
in charge
By Gary Graff
Journal Music Writer
W ith unhidden relish,
Jimmy Buffett talks
about the benefits of
being a musical free
agent.
His newly released “Beach House
on the Moon” — which debuted at
No. 8 on the Billboard charts, selling
more than 100,000 copies during its
first week of release — was the last
he owed Island
Records.
Now Buffett is free
to make, market and
distribute his music as
he sees fit, and he
says he’s in no hurry
to simply sign on with
another label.
“We’re at a very
interesting time,” says
Buffett, 52. “I’d have
to categorize every
thing into traditional
record company and
nontraditional record company people
— ’cause I’m certainly a nontradition
al person. And being somebody who
has been in touch with the technolog
ical side of what’s going on out there
and knowing that my fan base is par
ticularly computer-literate, it certain
ly makes sense to take advantage of
what’s out there.”
lUrrfcIT
Buffett is quick to say he doesn’t
think current Internet delivery sys
tems, such as the controversial MP3
technology, are “the answer to every
thing.” But there’s no question he’s
set up better than most artists to
develop a method of marketing a
product directly to his fans.
Even with a paucity of radio play
for more than two decades, Buffett
has carved out a niche that allows
him to sell a million or so copies of
each of his albums
and to sell out all of
his concerts (like the
one Tuesday at Pine
Knob). He’s managed
to network his fans,
known as
Parrotheads, through
such grassroots meth
ods as the Coconut
Telegraph newsletter,
Web sites and, now,
an Internet radio sta
tion called Radio
Margaritaville
(www.radiomargaritaville.com) that’s
about to spin off a second site that
will play just Buffett’s music “because
there’s a demand there for an all-
Buffett channel.”
His commercial empire also
includes: four Margaritaville restau
rants, named after his 1977 hit; three
No. 1 best-selling books, including
“Where is Joe Merchant?” that’s
being made into a film; a stake in the
Caribbean Soul clothing line; and an
award-winning musical adaptation of
Herman Wouk’s novel “Don’t Stop the
Carnival” that he worked on with the
author.
Through all this, the native
See BUFFETT, Page 21
Hollywood fumes as producers head north
By Amran Abocar
Reuters
ORONTO — On any given
day, police cars from New
York, Chicago, Los Angeles
and New Hampshire roll out
of a dusty lot on Tbronto’s lakefront
and onto the city’s streets.
They are not here to fight a crime
wave in one of North America’s safest
cities but to surf the crest of a
Hollywood-style production boom in
Tbronto and across Canada.
“Every day we get a demand. ...
Ninety percent of it is for U.S. produc
tions,” said Michael Drysdale of the
Avonhill Group, which has supplied
vehicles from police paddy wagons to
ambulances for film sets for nearly 17
years.
While Hollywood fumes, producers —
and U.S. jobs along with them — are
flocking north of the border, reeled in
by the allure of a low Canadian dollar,
skilled technicians and the chameleon
like Canadian landscape that can mir
ror virtually any U.S. setting.
The numbers are still paltry by Los
Angeles standards; LA rakes in about
$25 billion a year from film production
compared to $1 billion generated from
U.S. productions in Canada.
But the number of U.S. location pro
duction days has been steadily falling,
leaving perhaps thousands of techni
cians, grips and camera out of work.
According to the Screen Actors
Guild, an estimated 11,300 U.S. acting
jobs were lost in the 1997-98 produc
tion season because of work going to
Canada. That’s on top of the 5,500
jobs lost in the 1996-1997 season and
about 2,600 the season before.
And over the past eight years, film
and television production activity in
Canada leaped an astonishing 400 per
cent, thanks in no small part to
American filmmaking, according to the
Canadian Film and Television
Production Association, a nonprofit
trade group representing 300 produc
ers.
“Frankly the (association) works
very hard to make sure (Hollywood)
films and productions do come to
Canada,” spokeswoman Sylvie Powell
said.
Every Canadian province provides
tax credits to the film industry, led by
an aggressive federal government
bent on enticing foreign filmmakers to
Canada by offering a variety of bene
fits to production services.
While the British and French eager
ly have accepted the handouts, the
lion’s share of foreign production has
come from the United States.
See CANADA, Page 20
Margaritaville Records
Jimmy Buffett is a savvy businessman who gets to wear Hawaiian shirts and shorts to work.


JUNE 6 t 1999
THE DETROIT SUNDAY JOURNAL
PAGE 9
AFL-CIO
NATIONAL BOYCOTT LIST
A company and its products or services
are put on the national list of AFI>CIO-endorsed
boycotts at the request of affiliated international
and national unions that are working to help
employees win justice through organizing and col
lective bargaining.
A boycott is endorsed by the AFDCIO after it
has been initiated by the international and/or
national union as part of a broader campaign on
behalf of employees of the targeted company.
As appropriate, the AFL-CIO and the Union
Label & Service Trades Department assist the
international/national union with publicizing the
boycott. The union retains the primary responsibili
ty for conducting the boycott.
Companies, their products and services are
added to and removed from the list as
events warrant.
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BROWN & SHARPE MFG. CO.
Measuring, cutting and machine tools
and pumps.
Machinists
MASTER APPAREL
Men’s and boy’s pants. Labels include
Hills and Archer.
Electronic Workers
ALITALIA AIRLINES
Air transport for passengers and
freight.
Machinists
CF&I STEEL AND OREGON
STEEL MILLS INC.
Steel, including rod and bar, rail,
seamless, welded pipe and steel plate.
Steelworkers
JET EQUIPMENT & TOOLS INC.
Auburn, Wash., distributor of JET
brand metal and wood-working power
and hand tools for home and commer
cial use.
Teamsters
SOUTHWIRE CO.
Commercial and industrial wire and
cable; Do-It-Yourself brand homewire.
Electrical Workers
ENTERTAINMENT/RECREATION
BLACK ENTERTAINMENT
TELEVISION
BET cable television, Action pay-per-
view, Bet on Jazz.
Electrical Workers
OGLEBAY PARK
Wheeling, W. Va., park/resort/recre-
ation complex.
Hotel Employees & Restaurant
Employees
REGAL CINEMAS
Chain of 250 movie theaters in 22
states: Regal Cinemas & Cobb
Theaters
Stage Employees & Moving Picture
Technicians
FOOD & BEVERAGES
CALIFORNIA TABLE GRAPES
Table grapes that do not bear the
UFW label on their carton or crate.
Farm Workers
DIAMOND WALNUT CO.
Diamond brand canned and bagged
walnuts and walnut pieces.
Teamsters
FARMLAND DAIRY
Milk sold under the Farmland Dairy
label in stores in Connecticut, New
Jersey and New York.
Teamsters
MT. OLIVE PICKLE CO.
Pickles and relishes sold under the
Mt. Olive and other labels, including
the Food Lion and Harris Teeter
“house” labels.
Farm Labor Organizing Committee
BEST WESTERN-GROSVENOR
RESORT
Hotel in Buena Vista, Fla.
Hotel Employees & Restaurant
Employees
CROWN CENTRAL PETROLEUM
Gasoline sold at Crown, Fast Fare and
Zippy Mart stations and convenience
stores.
Oil, Chemical & Atomic Workers
FOUR POINTS BY SHERATON
Hotel in Waterbury, Conn.
Hotel Employees & Restaurant
Employees
KAUAI RESORT
Hotel in Kapaa, Hawaii.
Longshoremen & Warehousemen
NEW OTANI HOTEL & GARDEN
Hotel in downtown Los Angeles.
Hotel Employees & Restaurant
Employees
WELLS FARGO BANK
Bank with branches in Arizona,
California, Colorado, Idaho, Nevada,
New Mexico, Oregon, Tfexas, Utah,
and Washington.
Steelworkers
R.J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO.
Cigarettes: Best Value, Camel,
Century, Doral, Eclipse, Magna,
Monarch, More, Now, Salem, Sterling,
Vantage, and Winston; plus all
Moonlight Tobacco products.
Bakery, Confectionery & Tobacco
Workers
★ BUY UNION ★ BUY AMERICAN ★


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Allen Park (MJR)
Allen Road at Southfield Rd.
(313) 381-1125
October Sky * Idle Hands * My Favorite
Martian * Baby Geniuses * Payback * Cruel
Intentions * She’s All That
Beacon East (Showcase)
Vernier (Eight Mile) at Beaconsfield
(313) 882-7500
Notting Hill * Trippin * The Mummy * Life
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Eight Mile Rd., east of Van Dyke
(313) 366-0903
Star Wars: The Phantom Menace * The
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Ford Rd. one mile west of 1-275
(734) 981-1900
Entrapment * Notting Hill * The Mummy * Star
Wars: Phantom Menace * A Midsummer
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Detroit Film Theatre
Inside the Detroit Institute of Arts
(313) 833-2323
Closed for season
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Warren, east of Woodward, Detroit
(313) 577-8400
Everest * Thrill Ride: The Science of Fun *
Tropical Rainforest
Eastland Mall 2 (AMC)
Vernier (Eight Mile) at Beaconsfield
(313) 882-2678
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Ford Rd. at Telegraph Rd., Dearborn
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October Sky * Baby Geniuses * My Favorite
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Six Mile Rd., bet. Newburgh and 1-275
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Life * The Mummy * Black Mask * Trippin
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October Sky
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(313) 425-7700
The Thirteenth Floor * Black Mask * Trippin *
Never Been Kissed * The Mummy * Life * The
Matrix
Renaissance Center
Tower 200, Level 2 of Renaissance Cntr.
(313) 259-2370
The Mummy * Trippin * Life * Black Mask
Showcase Dearborn
Michigan Ave. west of Telegraph Rd.
(313) 561-3449
Star Wars: The Phantom Menace * Instinct *
The Thirteenth Floor * Notting Hill * Black
Mask * Trippin * The Mummy * Entrapment
Showcase Westland
Wayne Rd. a block south of Warren Rd.
(313) 729-1060
Star Wars: The Phantom Menace * Instinct *
Notting Hill * The Love Letter * Election *
Entrapment
Southgate 20 (MJR)
Eureka and Trenton Rds., Southgate
(734) 284-345
Instinct * Life * Never Been Kissed * The
Thirteenth Floor * Trippin * Election * The
Mummy * The Matrix * 10 Things I Hate About
You * The Out of Towners * Doug’s First
Movie * Analyze This * Shakespeare in Love
Star Lincoln Park
Southfield Rd. at Dix Rd.,
(313) 382-9240
Notting Hill * The Thirteenth Floor * Star Wars:
The Phantom Menace * Black Mask * Trippin
* The Mummy * Entrapment
Star Taylor
22265 Eureka Road
(734) 287-2200
Notting Hill * Star Wars: The Phantom
Menace * The Love Letters * A Midsummer
Night’s Dream * Entrapment
State Wayne (MJR)
35310 Michigan Ave. west of Wayne
(734) 326-4600
October Sky * Baby Geniuses * My Favorite
Martian * Payback
Terrace (Cinemark)
Plymouth Rd. west of Middle Belt Rd.
(734) 261-3330
The Mighty * Idle Hands * October Sky * Baby
Geniuses * Payback
Wonderland (AMC)
Plymouth Rd. at Middle Belt Rd.
(734) 261-4423
Instinct * Notting Hill * The Thirteenth Floor *
The Mummy * Star Wars: The Phantom
Menace * Entrapment
Oakland County
Abbey 8 (AMC)
14 Mile Rd. east of 1-75
(248) 588-8740
Life * Instinct * Trippin * October Sky * Life is
Beautiful * Notting Hill * Pushing Tin * Baby
Geniuses
Birmingham Theatre
211 S. Woodward, Birmingham
(248) 644-3456
Star Wars: The Phantom Menace * Notting
Hill * Instinct * Election * The Mummy *
Entrapment
Commerce Township (UA)
14 Mile Road West of Haggerty Road
Commerce Township
(248) 960-7459
Star Wars: The Phantom Menace * Instinct *
Notting Hill * The Thirteenth Floor * The Love
Letter * A Midsummer Night’s Dream *
Election * The Mummy * Entrapment
Farmington Civic
Grand River at Farmington Rd.,
Farmington
(248) 474-1951
The Out of Towners * October Sky
Main Art (Landmark)
Main at 11 Mile Road, Royal Oak
(248) 542-0180
Get Real * The Winslow Boy * Cookie’s Fortune
* Sid and Nancy ' Harold and Maude
Maple Art III (Landmark)
Maple Road just west of Telegraph Road,
Bloomfield Hills
(248) 855-9090
Tea with Mussolini * The Castle * Endurance
Novi Town Center
(Goodrich Quality Theaters)
Novi Rd., south of 1-96
(248) 344-0077
Notting Hill * Shakespeare in Love * The
Matrix * Thirteenth Floor * Entrapment * The
Mummy * eXistenZ * Cookie's fortune
Oakland Mall (U.A.)
14 Mile Rd. between 1-75 and John R
(248) 988-0706
Thirteenth Floor * Black Mask * A Walk on the
Moon * Entrapment * Doug’s First Movie
Oxford
Lapeer Rd., downtown Oxford
(248) 628-7100
Star Wars: The Phantom Menace * A
Midsummer Night’s Dream
Showcase Auburn Hills
Opdyke bet University and Lapeer
(248) 373-2660
Star Wars: The Phantom Menace * Instinct *
The Thirteenth Floor * Notting Hill * The Love
Letter * Black Mask * Trippin * Election * The
Mummy * Entrapment * The Matrix
Showcase Pontiac (1-5)
Telegraph Rd at Square Lake Rd.
(248) 332-0241
Star Wars: The Phantom Menace * The
Thirteenth Floor * The Mummy
Showcase Pontiac (6-12)
Telegraph Rd. at Square Lake Rd.
(248) 334-6777
Instinct * Notting Hill * The Love Letter * A
Midsummer Night’s Dream * Black Mask *
Election * Entrapment * The Matrix
Southfield City 12 (AMC)
Greenfield Rd. at Nine Mile Rd.
(248) 559-2050
Notting Hill * The Mummy * Star Wars: The
Phantom Menace * Life * Trippin * Matrix *
Black Mask * Instinct * Entrapment
Great Lakes Crossing Star
Baldwin Rd. at 1-75
(248) 454-0366
Star Wars: The Phantom Menace * Instinct *
Notting Hill * The Thirteen Floor * The Love
Letter * Trekkies * A Midsummer Night’s
Dream * The Mummy * Election * Trippin *
Entrapment * Life * Never Been Kissed * The
Matrix * Analyze This * Shakespeare in Love *
Life is Beautiful
Star John R
John R, so. of 14 Mile Rd., Madison Hts.
(248) 585-2070
The Love Letter * Star Wars: The Phantom
Menace * Election * The Mummy * Tea with
Mussolini * Never Been Kissed * The Matrix *
Analyze This * Shakespeare in Love
Star Rochester Hills
200 Barclay Circle, Rochester Rd. n. of M59
(248) 853-2260
Instinct * Notting Hill * Star Wars: The
Phantom Menace * The Mummy * Entrapment
Star Southfield
12 Mile Rd. west of Telegraph
(248) 372-2222
Star Wars: The Phantom Menace * Instinct *
Notting Hill * The Thirteenth Floor * The
Mummy * Entrapment * Life * The Matrix *
Election
Star Winchester
1136 South Rochester Rd.
(248) 656-1160
The Thirteenth Floor * The Love Letter * A
Midsummer Night’s Dream * Tea with
Mussolini * Election * Life is Beautiful *
Shakespeare in Love ’ The Matrix
Towne (AMC)
Greenfield, just north of 10 1/2 Mile
(248) 968-5174
My Favorite Martian * Payback * Idle Hands *
Pushing Tin
Twelve Oaks (U.A.)
Inside Twelve Oaks Mall, Novi
(248) 349-4311
Star Wars: The Phantom Menace * Instinct * A
Midsummer Night’s Dream * A Walk on the
Moon
Waterford (MJR)
M-59 at Williams Lake Road
(248) 666-7900
Instict * Notting Hill * The Thirteenth Floor *
Star Wars: The Phantom Menace * A
Midsummer Night’s Dream * The Mummy *
Entrapment * Never Been Kissed
West River (U.A.)
Grand River, west of Middlebelt Road
(248) 476-8844
Star Wars: The Phantom Menace 'Instinct *
Notting Hill * The Thirteenth Floor * The Black
Mask * Trippin * The Mummy * Entrapment
Macomb County
Chesterfield Crossing (MJR)
23 Mile Rd. at Gratiot, Chesterfield
(810) 598-2500
Instinct * Notting Hill * The Thirteenth Floor *
Star Wars: The Phantom Menace * A
Midsummer Night’s Dream * The Mummy *
Entrapment * Never Been Kissed * The Matrix
Romeo
Van Dyke at 30 1/2 Mile Rd., Washington
(810) 752-3455
Star Wars: The Phantom Menace * The
Mummy
Shores
Mack so. of 9 Mile Rd., St. Clair Shores
(810) 775-6800
My Favorite Martian * Payback * The Other
Sister * October Sky
Showcase Sterling
Van Dyke at 15 Mile Road
(810) 979-3160
Star Wars: The Phantom Menace * Instinct *
The Thirteenth Floor * Notting Hill * The Love
Letter * Black Mask * A Midsummer Night’s
Dream * Trippin * Election * The Mummy *
Entrapment * Life * The Matrix
Star Gratiot
Gratiot, north of 15 Mile Rd.,
Clinton Township
(810) 791-3420
Instinct * Notting Hill * The Thirteenth Floor *
Tea with Mussolini * The Love Letter * Star
Wars: The Phantom Menace * Trippin * Black
Mask * A Midsummer Night’s Dream * The
Mummy * Election * Entrapment * Life * The
Matrix * Shakespeare in Love
Sterling Center (AMC)
Schoenherr Rd. south of Hall Rd.
(810) 254-7400
Notting Hill * The Mummy * Instinct * Star
Wars: The Phantom Menace * Analyze This *
Entrapment * Midsummer Night’s Dream *
Never Been Kissed * Thirteenth Floor
Warren (Cinemark)
Dequindre south of 12 Mile Rd., Warren
(810) 558-75360
Cruel Intentions * The Other Sister * The King
and I * Stepmom * The Prince of Egypt * The
Corruptor * 8mm * Payback * Idle Hands * The
Mighty * October Sky * Saving Private Ryan *
Enemy of the State * The Mod Squad * Carrie
2 * She’s All That * Baby Geniuses * My
Favorite Martian Doug’s First Movie * Go *
Analyze This
Washtenaw County
Briarwood (U.A.)
Inside the Briarwood Mall, Ann Arbor
(313) 480-4555
Star Wars: The Phantom Menace * Notting
Hill * The Thirteenth Floor * The Mummy *
Entrapment * Never Been Kissed
Fox Village Theatre (MJR)
Jackson at Maple, Ann Arbor
(313) 994-8080
October Sky * My Favorite Martian * Baby
Geniuses * Payback * EDtv * Pushing Tin
Showcase Ann Arbor
Carpenter Rd., north, of 1-94, e. of US 23
(313) 973-8380
Instinct * Notting Hill * The Thirteenth Floor *
Star Wars: The Phantom Menace * A
Midsummer Night’s Dream * Tea with
Mussolini * The Mummy * Election *
Entrapment * The Matrix * Trippin
Livingston County
Brighton (MJR)
1-96 exit at Grand River, Brighton
(810) 227-4700
Instinct * Notting Hill * The Thirteen Floor *
Star Wars: The Phantom Menace * The
Mummy * Entrapment


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Jim
McFarlin
Highlights
Paramount
Some of these “Star Trek: Deep Space Nine” denizens could be beamed up for the last
time in the two-hour season finale at 8 tonight on Channel 50.
T here’s really not much shak
ing on the TV front this week
(awards specials and chim
panzees, mostly), so allow me
a few inches to tell you about my
friend Dave.
To me, Dave Dixon personified
Detroit: a craggy, forbidding exterior
protecting a surprisingly soft and
ample heart. Unshakably loyal, wary
of strangers, absolutely muleheaded
in his refusal to suffer fools gladly —
like his hometown — he could still
admit outsiders into his circle of con
fidants once they proved themselves
worthy in his eyes.
On many Saturday evenings I sat
by his side during his talk-and-enter-
tainment gig as “Detroit’s Culture
Czar” on WXYT-AM (he loved having
me as a co-host, he used to say,
because he knew I’d laugh at his
jokes). I was constantly impressed by
the awe and admiration that men of
my generation accorded him upon
arriving in Dave’s studio lair. His
legacy as one of the original “Air
Aces” of the ’60s, at the dawning of
album-rock radio on WABX-FM,
made Dixon a living symbol of an era
when thousands of coming-of-age
■ “Star Trek:
Deep Space
Nine,” 8 tonight,
Channel 50 — A
wild and woolly
seven-season ride
aboard the mood
iest and most
realistic of the
four “Star Trek” TV sagas comes to a
close with this two-hour series finale,
aptly titled “What You Leave
Behind.” Appearances by at least 20
of the show’s most popular recurring
characters, including Kai Winn
(Louise Fletcher), Keiko (Rosalind
Chao) and Kasidy (Penny Johnson),
populate the conclusion, which
revolves around a climactic show
down with the evil Dominion on the
Cardassian homeland. Some series
regulars will die. Capt. Sisko, the
incomparable Avery Brooks, isn’t
likely to be one of them; after all, he
directed the episode.
■ “The 53rd Annual Tony
Awards,” 9 tonight, CBS (Channel
62 in Detroit) — Judi Dench, a first
time Oscar winner this year (for
“Shakespeare in Love”) could double
her pleasure with her first Tbny
Award, for “Amy’s View,” at the cen
tury’s last bow to Broadway’s best.
Detroiters sampled their first taste
of freedom, wildness and rebellion
through music.
And when it came to eclectic
sounds, Dave was a maestro.
He was a big hoohah in Florida,
but chose to return here, because the
city ran through his veins.
Dave Dixon was an unhappy
anachronism. He loved radio, but
radio didn’t always return the affec
tion. With his undeniable broadcast
talent and experience, Dave could
have done more, should have done
more. But the personality traits
deemed whimsical and noncon
formist in the Howard Sternses and
Don Imuses who began crowding his
airwaves were considered cranky
and difficult in a 60-year-old deejay.
So his last years found him relegated
to three precious radio hours a week
— hours he nevertheless attacked
with all the intensity and profession
alism befitting a minor legend.
But because of his situation, he
died bitter, and he died alone. And
those who knew him best received a
chilling reminder that nobody ought
to die that way.
Rock on, Dave.
Host-slash-presen-
ters for the event
include theater-
slash-TV perform
ers David Hyde
Pierce, Calista
Flockhart, Julie
Andrews, Carol
Burnett and — oh,
yes — Rosie O’Donnell. If you’re
stagestruck enough to want even
more Great White Way interplay,
tune in “Broadway ’99: Launching
the Tony Awards,” at 8 tonight on
Channel 56, a one-hour PBS prelude
awarding 10 Tbnys in such cate
gories as orchestration, costuming
and choreography.
“The Hunchback of Notre
Dame,” 1:30 today, Turner
Classic Movies; “Steel
Magnolias,” 5:25 today, TBS;
“Superman,” 7 tonight, Fox
Family Channel; “The Spitfire
Grill,” 8 and 10:30 tonight, TBS;
“Lone Star,” 8 and 11 tonight
and 8 p.m. Friday, TNT; “The
Sugarland Express,” 11 a.m.
Monday, TNT; “Love Affair,” 9
p.m. Monday and 1 a.m. Tuesday,
■ “The Sopranos,” 9 p.m.
Wednesday, HBO — The rare series
that captivates critics and fascinates
fans returns to the scene of its inau-
gural-season crimes with an offer you
can’t refuse: a summer replay of the
first 13 shows in order. A gangster
drama with a heart — and funny
bone — stars James Gandolfini as
Tony Soprano, a mob boss who feels
so much pressure from both his fami
lies (at home and in the hood) that he
enlists the aid of a therapist
(Lorraine Bracco). Analyze this!
■ “The Chimp Channel,” 10:05
p.m. Thursday, TBS — You may have
caught a glimpse of these chimps on
TBS in the past when the cable
superstation had some random min
utes to fill between programs. Now
they’ve been given a show of their
own, an outlandish comedy series
about a bunch of monkeys who run
their own TV network. (The joke
you’re thinking about here is beneath
you.) The show apes a variety of
movies and other shows, such as
Channel 56; “Bird,” 3:35 a.m.
Tuesday, HBO; “Chinatown,”
6:45 p.m. Tuesday, the Movie
Channel; “Our Man Flint,” 8:05
p.m. Tuesday, AMC; “The Scarlet
Pimpernel,” midnight Thursday,
Channel 9; “Play Misty for Me,”
1 p.m. Friday and 4 a.m.
Saturday, TNT; “Doctor
Zhivago,” midnight Saturday,
Channel 9; “The Negotiator,” 9
p.m. Saturday, HBO.
TBS
This “Treewatch” babe could teach Pamela
Anderson Lee how to mug for the camera.
“NYPD Zoo,” “Treewatch” and “Ally
McSqueal.” Call it simian simulation.
■ “The MTV Movie Awards,” 9
p.m. Thursday, MTV — MTVs print
ad for its eighth annual cinema
salute sums up the evening best:
“where actors who think they’re rock
stars mingle with rock stars who
think they’re actors.” And as is usual
ly the case with this uninhibited fun-
and-funk function, the lines are
blurred to the audience’s delight. Lisa
Kudrow emcees the festivities, which
honor such outstanding 1998-99 film
moments as “Best Kiss” and “Best
Fight,” between performances by Will
Smith and Detroit’s Kid Rock and
appearances by Keanu Reeves,
Samuel L. Jackson and a host of
other rocker wannabes.
JIMMY MACK’S MAGNIFICENT MOVIE MENU
The stars are rockin’ to Dave’s music


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Movie: **'/2 “As Good as It Gets" (1997) Jack Nicholson. A mean-
spirited New York author finds love with a waitress. ‘PG-13’ ®
Movie: * “Hellraiser:
{Bloodline"(1996) ‘R’®
Movie: ** “Casua/f/es” (1997,
|Suspense) Mark Harmon. (In Stereo) 'R' |


JUNE 6, 1999
rating guide
O see it now § wait for the video
£□ read a book instead
recent openings
“Get Real” O This is a British com
edy about getting out of high school
and coming out of the closet — which
means that to the usual peer pres
sure is added homophobia. It’s all
handled with a sweet, light touch in
this likable comedy directed by
Simon Shore, written by Patrick
Wilde and centered by Ben
Silverstone as Steven, who has
known since he was 11 that he is gay
but doesn’t know how to handle it. R.
— Matt Black
“Notting Hill” O This is the charm
ing, glossy, enormously appealing
romantic comedy every summer
movie season needs. Essentially it
Hollywoodizes “Four Weddings and a
Funeral,” and it’s served up with
warmth and savvy by that film’s pro-
ducer-writer and its fallen star, Hugh
Grant, and by Julia Roberts, who’s at
the top of her form in this fairy tale
that convinces us momentarily that
she’s not only attainable, but sick
enough of dodging paparazzi to flee
life on the A-list. PG-13. —M. Black
read a book Instead
just opened
Hopkins relies on ‘Instinct’
“Instinct” I
By Matt Black
Special to the Journal
A nthony Hopkins’ latest is
hokey and predictable,
but it’s sort of fun to
watch him play an envi
ronmentalist Hannibal Lecter
under heavy guard in a prison for
the criminally insane, where he
remains obstinately and ominously
silent.
It turns out he was arrested in a
Rwandan jungle, where he was liv
ing with gorillas until a bloody
eruption of violence. In the film,
everyone is mystified about what
could have happened, although it’s
pretty obvious to the audience.
Cuba Gooding Jr., apparently
trying to go the Robin Williams
route from motormouth comic to
sensitive shrink, plays the ambi
tious therapist who doesn’t have to
work hard to draw the prisoner
out. In no time, the jailed primatol-
ogist is turning the shrink’s mind
games back on the shrink and
pushing everybody’s buttons —
including nasty guards and a
handful of fellow prisoners —
before he makes his move.
You’d hate to watch this screen
ful of nature-is-noble cliches with
anybody else centering it; Hopkins
at least renders it watchable. R.
“Endurance” i
“Endurance” is carried across the
finish line by its star and subject,
the Ethiopian 10,000-meter 1996
Olympic gold medalist Haile
Gebrselassie. He plays himself
from late adolescence on and cen
ters the film with his dignity and
quiet self-containment, so much at
odds with the hoopla surrounding
sports ever since it merged with
entertainment and television.
Yet he also obviously is a com
petitor, and the film frankly abro
gates its responsibility by glossing
over the fiduciary incentives driv
ing the sport and — not at all to
still showing
“The Castle” R. — M. Black
“The Children of Heaven” PG. —
M. Black
“Cookie’s Fortune” R. — M. Black
“A Walk on the Moon” R. — M. Black
“Affliction” R. — M. Black
“Analyze This” R. — Michelle Banks
“EDtv” PG-13. —M. Black
“Election” R. — M. Black
“Entrapment” PG-13. —M. Black
“Go” R. — M. Banks
“God Said ‘Ha!’ “ PG-13. — M. Black
“The King and I” G. — M. Banks
“Life Is Beautiful” PG-13. —M.
Banks
“The Love Letter” PG-13. —M.
Banks
“Lovers of the Arctic Circle” R. —
M. Black
“The Matrix” R. — M. Banks
“Never Been Kissed” R. — M Black
“October Sky” PG. — M. Black
“Office Space” PG-13. —M. Black
“Rushmore” R. — M. Banks
“Saving Private Ryan” R. — M.
Banks
“Shakespeare in Love” R. — M.
Black
“Tea With Mussolini” R. — M. Black
“10 Things I Hate About You” PG-
13. — M. Banks
“Trekkies” PG. — M. Black
“True Crime” R. — M. Black
“Forces of Nature” PG-13. — M.
Banks
“Pushing Tin” R. — M. Black
“Star Wars: Episode 1 — The
Phantom Menace” PG. — M.
Banks
“Black Mask” R. — Lisa Miller
“Goodbye Lover” R. — M. Black
“Idle Hands” R. — M. Black
“Message in a Bottle” PG-13. —M.
Black
“The Mod Squad” R. — M. Black
“The Mummy” PG-13. — M Black
“The Out-of-Towners” PG-13. —
M. Black
“Ravenous” R. — M. Black
“William Shakespeare’s ‘A
Midsummer Night’s Dream’ ” PG-
13. — M. Black
“Doug’s 1st Movie” G.
“Foolish” R.
“Life” R.
“Trippin’ ” R.
coming attractions
“Austin Powers: The Spy Who
Shagged Me” This sequel has
Austin Powers time-traveling back to
1969 in London to search for his
mojo, stolen by his look-alike neme
sis, Dr. Evil. PG-13.
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Above: Cuba
Gooding Jr. plays a
therapist working
with a jailed prima-
tologist, Anthony
Hopkins, in the
cliche-ridden
“Instinct.”
Right: Haile
Gebrselassie, right,
and Yonas Zergaw
practice running in
“Endurance,” the
story of an Olympic
gold medalist from
Ethiopia.
his discredit — Gebrselassie.
It’s a bit disillusioning to learn
that Disney wasn’t irresistibly
drawn to him but signed all the
likely winners of this event; pre
sumably, if someone else had won,
they, and not Gebrselassie, would
be the film’s subject.
Still, the running footage is the
film’s least interesting.
“Endurance” is at its most absorb
ing when it depicts the Ethiopian
Touchstone Pictures
Walt Disney Pictures
village life from which
Gebrselassie came. It’s a life into
which conditioning is built; young
Gebrselassie ran six miles to school
each day, and after school ran
another three miles to fetch water
for his parents’ hardscrabble farm.
After that daily routine, a
10,000-meter run must have
seemed easy to the man who set 15
world records during the past five
years. G. — M. Black


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JUNE 6, 1999
going out
Bowling at Pewabic
By Kathlyn Hood
Journal Staff Writer
O ne of Detroit’s jewels, Pewabic
Pottery, hosts an annual benefit
for another Detroit jewel, the
Gleaners Community Fobd
Bank, and volunteers are needed to help
make it happen.
Bowls will be made next Saturday and
Sunday, from 10 to 3, at Pewabic, 10125
E. Jefferson. Lunch will be provided.
Then at the Empty Bowls fund-raiser
on Nov. 5, they’ll be filled with soup from
Detroit’s eateries and sold to charitable
folks with good taste.
Experience isn’t necessary for the
bowl-making but it’s welcomed. Call 313-
822-0954.
Protest and party
Take Back the Earth!, an international
protest and festival against economic global
ization, offers poet Ron Allen and company,
folk musician Robert Hoyt, the Wobbly Choir
and lots of other music, stilt walkers, giant
puppets and food. It begins at 4 p.m. June 18
at Hart Plaza. Call 313-841-0838.
Seashells as art
Swords into Plowshares Peace Center &
Gallery’s newest exhibit, “Peace Warriors: Gilda
Oliver,” opens 5:30-8 p.m. Fri. Oliver’s main
design is seashells, described as “a most protec
tive covering for a very vulnerable animal. It is
analogous to peace, which protects very vulnera
ble human beings.” The gallery’s new hours are 5-
7:30 Fri. and 11-3 Hie. and Sat. (closed Thu.). It’s
at 33 E. Adams, next to Central United
Methodist Church. Call 313-963-7575.
Music
Parliament Funkadelic, 9 p.m. Thu., St.
Andrew’s Hall, 431E. Congress, Detroit, 313-961-
6358 ... Ja-Da: Truth featuring Miguel Guiterrez,
6-10 Thu.; Danny Carthane & Co., 9 Fri-Sat.,
546 E. Lamed, Detroit, 313-965-1700 ...
Francisco Mora —Amigo Latin Jazz, 10 p.m.
Fri., Cranbrook Art Museum, 1221N. Woodward,
Bloomfield Hills, 248-645-3323 ... Kristiva, 9 p.m.
Sat, 313-Jac, 6214 Brush (upstairs at Jacoby’s),
Detroit, 313-886-7860 ... Project 29, 9 p.m. Sat..
Roadrunner’s Raft, 2363 Yemans, Hamtramck,
313-873-7238 ... Charlie Musselwhite, 7:30 Thu.,
$15, the Ark, 316 S. Main St, Ann Arbor, 734-
761-1451... Museum of African American
History will mark Black Music Month with free
concerts and karaoke, 6-8 p.m. every Fri. in June,
315 E. Warren, 313-494-5800.
Theater
“Angelique,” through June 27, $15, Detroit
Repertory Theatre, 13101 Woodrow Wilson,
Detroit, 313-868-1347 ... “Who It Is: A Musical
Journey Across Cultures and Borders in Search
of American Identity,” by Walk & Squawk
Performance Project, 7:30 Thu.-Sun. (ends next
Sun.), $45, Charles H. Wright Museum of African
American History, 315 E. Warren, Detroit, 313-
494-5800 ... “Samson and Delilah,” by Michigan
Opera Theatre, 2 today and next Sun., and 8
Wed.-Sat., $18-$95, Detroit Opera House, 1526
Broadway, Detroit, 313-237-7464 ... “The Big
Slam,” through Sat, 2 p.m. today, 8 p.m. Wed.-
Fri. and 3 and 8 p.m. Sat. (last performances),
Purple Rose Theatre, 137 Park St., Chelsea, 734-
475-7902.
Miscellaneous
Local filmmaker Kathryn Vander’s documen
tary, “Walk This Way,” which tells the story of
Northville resident Ron Bachman who lost his
legs at the age of 4 and gave up prosthetic legs at
age 18 in favor of walking on his hands, 7 p.m.
Thu., Oakland Community College’s Royal Oak
campus, 739 S. Washington, free, 248-544-5589
... Blue Moon Art Happening: poetry readings
and art auctions 6-9 p.m. every Fri., to benefit
Swann Gallery’s educational programs and
Detroit Blues Society, Swann Gallery, 1250
Library St., Detroit, 313-965-4826 ... Magic
Bag’s Brew & View Movies (doors open at 8, film
begins at 9:30): “Analyze This,” Wed.; “Lock,
Stock & Two Smoking Barrels,” Thu. and June
16; $2, 22920 Woodward, Femdale, 248-544-3030
... Poetry Night, 7 p.m. every The., Cafe
Mahogany, Detroit, 313-235-2233.
Art
Fifth annual West Bloomfield Art Festival, 10-5
Sat-next Sun., free, Henry Ford Medical Center
on Maple (15 Mile), West Bloomfield Tbwnship,
248-626-3636 ... “Contemporary Japanese Crafts,”
through June 14, Elaine L. Jacob Gallery and
Community Arts Gallery, 5400 Gullen Mall,
Wayne State campus, 313-577-2423 ... Walter P.
Reuther Library: “Radiciones Vivas* and “La
Causa,” selected student art from the Casa de
Unidad’s Cultural Program for Youth, and an
exhibit displaying the history of the United Farm
Workers, both through June 30, Wayne State cam
pus, 313-577-8377 ... works by Royal Oak artist
Julie Fournier, through June 30, Wyland Galleries,
280 Merrill St, Birmingham, 248-723-9220 ...
“Something Old, Something New: Wedding Gowns
of the 19th and 20th Centuries,” through Sept. 25,
1-4 p.m. Wed.-Sat, $3 or $2 for students and
seniors, Rochester Hills Museum at Van Hoosen
Farm, Van Hoosen Road, (one mile east of
Rochester Road, off Tienken Road, four miles
north ofM-59), 248-656-4663 ... “Maestros’Tbuch:
Inter-City Student Art from Farmington Hills,
Highland Park and Detroit students of Erie Mesko
and Vito Valdez,” Zeitgeist Gallery, 2661
Michigan, Detroit, 313-965-9192 or 313-833-4661.
Neighborly
Blessing of the Lowriders St. Anne’s Church,
St. Anne and Lafayette in Detroit, meet at
Western High School parking lot, Scotten at
Bagley, 10:30 a.m. next Sun., 810-773-4718 ...
A.C.,T. Gallery: “Numeric Expressions,” through
July 24, noon-5 Fri.-Sat., 35 E. Grand River (sec
ond floor), Detroit, 313-961-4336 ... Arbfest ’99,
an updated model of the University of Michigan’s
annual peony Garden Party, including music,
tours, kids’ activities, tea and pastries amid more
than 700 peonies, 2-5 p.m. next Sun., U-M’s
Nichols Arboretum, entrances off Geddes,
Washington Heights and lower Medical Center
Drive, 734-763-6632 ... Michigan Human
Society’s Mutt March, a five-mile walk on the
grounds of the historic Edsel & Eleanor Ford
House, 1100 Lakeshore, Grosse Pointe Shores, 8-
noon today (leashed dogs are welcome, with proof
of rabies, distemper and parvo virus vaccinations)
... Danz Xpressionz hip-hop aerobics, 6-7:15 p.m.
Mon., Wed., Thu. and Fri., $5 per class, 229
Gratiot (second floor), Detroit, 313-964-8497.
New on sale
Jamiroquai, July 13, State Theatre, Detroit,
$30 and $25 ... Fountains of Wayne, July 14, the
Shelter, Detroit, $10 ... Limp Bizkit and Staind,
July 16, Phoenix Plaza, Pontiac, $25 ... At Pine
Knob, Independence Tbwnship: J. Geils Band fea
turing Peter Wolf, Seth Justman, Magic Dick, J.
Geils and Danny Klein, with Tbots & the
Maytals, July 14, $37.50 pavilion only; Patti
LaBelle, Aug. 11, $32.50 pavilion, $18.50 lawn;
Kenny Rogers and Anne Murray, Aug. 12, $29.50
pavilion, $15.50 lawn; Tbny Bennett, Aug. 25, $35
and $28.50 pavilion, $15 lawn; Natalie Cole, Aug.
26, $27.50 pavilion and $15 lawn; Olivia Newton-
John, Sept. 1, $32.50 pavilion and $15 lawn;
Barenaked Ladies, Sept. 4-5, $33.50 pavilion and
$25 lawn; KC & the Sunshine Band and War,
Sept. 6, $25 pavilion and $15 lawn; Jeff Beck and
Jonny Lang, Sept. 9, $35 pavilion and $15 lawn
... New date: Britney Spears’ concert at the State
Theatre, changed from Aug. 24 to Sept. 12.
Tickets will be honored; refunds at point of pur
chase.
Mail items to Kathlyn Hood/Going Out,
Detroit Sunday Journal, 450 W. Fort, Detroit
48226; fax to 313-964-5554, or e-mail to
detjourn@aol.com (put “Going Out” in the subject
field). Deadline is 10 days before publication.
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CANADA, from Page 8
Hollywood has taken the bait, film
ing across Canada from Halifax,
Nova Scotia — a regular stand-in
for Maine — to Montreal,
Vancouver and Tbronto, which actor
Peter Ustinov once described as
“New York run by the Swiss.”
Recent films made in Canada
include “Pushing Tin” with Billy
Bob Thornton and John Cusack;
Maya Angelou’s “Down in the
Delta,” on location in Nova Scotia;
and “Seven Years in Tibet,” which
spent several weeks filming in
British Columbia.
“We took the information about
the program with us to LA and
were certainly met warmly there,”
said Mark Hill, manager of the
Yukon Film Commission. While the
Yukon’s stable of productions has
been limited largely to commercials
such as Pontiac’s Super Bowl ad,
“Iceboat” and adventure programs,
Ontario hosted 21 foreign feature
films and 51 TV movies and minis
eries in 1998 alone.
‘Year over year there has been a
dramatic increase in production
north of the 49th parallel, and that
has extended right across the coun
try,” said Nick Gray, the production
manager on a Kim Basinger film to
be shot in Tbronto.
Gray is among a throng of
Canadians reaping the benefits of
nearly a decade of growth in the
film production business here that
has translated into 31,000 jobs cre
ated last year alone.
But in recent months the U.S.
film industry has hit back, taking
out ads in newspapers and lobbying
to grab back its share of the film
production pie.
‘With success comes both envy
and problems,” Gray said,
“Americans have great pride in
their national identity and
Hollywood is a huge part of that.
They won’t let their icon leave with
out a fight.”
Anti-Canadian fever has recently
struck the industry with lobby
groups such as Film US forming
and production workers demon
strating, albeit quietly, to protest
the loss of work to Canada. All this
has left Canadians in the industry
bemused and slightly apprehensive.
“Right now it’s the grips and the
technicians,” said Marcus Handman
of the Directors Guild of Canada.
“I’d start to get worried if the pro
ducers were out there (protesting)
since they decide where the money
goes.”
Journal staff contributed to this
report.


JUNE 6, 1999
THE DETROIT SUNDAY JOURNAL
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horoscope
Aries (March 21 - April 19)
Be sure of your professional goals.
Otherwise, how will you know when you
have attained success?
Taurus (April 20 - May 20)
You may desperately want to purchase a
big-ticket item, but it is best to wait.
Gemini (May 21 - June 20)
Artistic endeavors are challenging. Be
creative and clever when dealing with the
opposite sex.
Cancer (June 21 - July 22)
Problems in a relationship may begin
with your refusal to compromise.
Leo (July 23 - Aug. 22)
Make contact with old friends and neigh
bors. Plan a special summer outing for
those you love.
Virgo (Aug. 23 - Sept. 22)
Follow the plan you have drawn for your
self. Stay away from alcoholic beverages
and fatty foods.
Libra (Sept. 23 - Oct. 22)
Keep a positive attitude in the work
place. A friend needs your help with a home
project.
Scorpio (Oct. 23 - Nov. 21)
If you have been clumsy and forgetful
lately, it may be your subconscious trying to
send you an important message.
Sagittarius (Nov. 22 - Dec. 21)
Organize your home and work environ
ments. Clutter can have a disastrous effect
on creativity.
Capricorn (Dec. 22 - Jan. 19)
Your romantic life needs care and atten
tion. Let your loved one know how much
you care.
Aquarius (Jan. 20 - Feb. 18)
A short trip may prove to be beneficial in
the near future.
Pisces (Feb. 19 - March 20)
Keep a journal of your dreams. You may
discover the answer to a nagging problem.
The Parrothead in charge
BUFFETT, from Page 8
Alabamian — who has a wife and
three children — has learned that
success is simply a matter of “produc
ing things that I know Parrotheads
will want.” And since he knows
where they live, as it were, he doesn’t
necessarily need a record company to
help him.
“All you need is distribution,” says
Buffett, who lives between Key West
and West Palm in Florida and Long
Island, N.Y. “You don’t need market
ing. You don’t need promotional bud
gets. You don’t need to be in there
vying with the money they have to
allocate to 20 or 30 other acts.”
Freeing himself from the tradition
al strategems, Buffet adds, means
he’ll also no longer have to deal with
people “who have a preconceived
notion of what they wanted to do to
make Jimmy Buffett sell more than
he’s already selling.
“And I really don’t care,” Buffett
says with a laugh. “I said what you
don’t want to do is alienate the fan
base out there. But (the labels) are
still scrambling around trying to pro
mote records the old way — do a
video, do this, do that, and I say ‘I
don’t do those things.’ But still they
ask.”
There’s no question that “Beach
House on the Moon” has the
Parrotheads squawking with plea
sure. Buffett acknowledges he was
relieved to do a more straightfor
ward, song-oriented album after the
arduous process of writing “Don’t
Stop the Carnival,” but he also notes
that having done the musical, he
came to “Beach House” with even
greater artistic ambitions.
“What I took out of that experience
was, I think, a better way to write,”
Buffett explains. “I know I spent a lot
more time with lyrics and structure
than I ever had in my life, because it
was a necessary part of doing that
show, and some of that ethic just
kind of held on.”
His collaborators noticed the differ
ence, too. “It was the most I’ve seen
him dig in and write songs since the
late ’70s, which is when I met him,”
says “Beach House” co-producer Mac
McAnally, who’s touring with Buffett
this summer and has Buffett guest
ing on a track for his new album,
‘Word of Mouth.”
“Beach House” has ruffled a few
non-Parrothead feathers with the
tongue-in-cheek track “Math Suks.”
A national mathematics teachers
association contacted Buffett to
protest the song.
“When that track got cut, you
knew somebody would have a prob
lem with it ’cause it was so much
fun,” McAnally says. “It’s obviously
humorous, and it’s a sentiment. ...
Even math majors I know occasional
ly pull up and say that. I think
everybody grapples with math every
once in awhile, and (Buffett) gave
voice to that.”
With “Beach House” out, Buffett
has turned his attention to other pro
jects, including the summer tour and
helming the “Joe Merchant” movie,
which is in script revision.
He’s also readying a road produc
tion of “Don’t Stop the Carnival.”
After deciding against trying to tailor
the show for Broadway conventions,
Buffett and Wouk have tweaked the
musical for a planned November
opening in San Diego before it begins
touring around North America.
Like most things in Buffett’s world,
he says that simply became easiest
way to make the show available to
his fans — who bought more than a
half million copies of last year’s
“Carnival” companion album.
“I knew there was an audience out
there for it,” Buffett says. We don’t
need to go through New York to
reach those people. I don’t need hit
records to fill stadiums, and I know I
certainly don’t need to go to
Broadway to Fill venues in main
stream America.”
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McCLOW & Canzano, p.c.
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Death Notices
Dave Dixon, legendary Detroit disc
jockey, died suddenly Saturday, May
29. Dixon, a WABX Air Ace, helped
invent free-form radio, and shaped our
musical tastes in his groundbreaking
WDET afternoon show through the
1980’s and 90’s. He co-wrote the
Peter, Paul and Mary song “I Dig Rock
and Roll Music” (with former class
mate Paul Stookey) Geoffrey Fieger
said of Dixon, “He was an inspiration
to anyone who aspired to piss off their
boss.” He was a true original and will
be missed.
We mourn the death of Tom Ewald,
48, of St. Clair Shores. Tom was a
reporter and unit chair of the
Michigan Catholic unit of Detroit
Guild Local 22, 1972-1991, and a
member of the Local’s Represen
tative Assembly. From there he
worked at Michigan Consolidated
Gas Co. until his passing. Prior to
journalism, Tom worked at the IRS
and helped trash its dress code by
refusing to wear white shirts and
neckties. Tom was an upstanding
husband to Joyce, a loving father to
Chad and Lisa, and a devoted trade
unionist. Tom was waked at
Bagnasco-Tabbi Funeral Home, St.
Clair Shores, with a funeral Mass
June 5 at St. Isaac Jogues Catholic
Church. We will be the poorer for his
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Newspaper Workers
NEED YOUR HELP///
Leaflet your neighborhood.
It’s both extremely
effective and the
worst nightmare
of the scab masters at the
News and Free Press.
Call (313) 961-4774 for details.
(^NOTICE OF REGULAR MEETINGS*®
Detroit Public Schools
Board of “Education”
School District of the
City of Detroit
Western High School
1500 Scotten
849-4758
Wed., June 9,1999
5:00 p.m. (OPEN)
Location to be Determined
Wed., June 23,1999
5:00 p.m. (OPEN)
Location to be Determined
Call (313) 494-1270 for more info!
“Music of the Detroit
Newspaper Strike”
on the internet
JUST ADDED!
DSJ’er Keith Owens and
Blue Spirit Tribe with
their song, “Serpentine”
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Bill and Marge Halls have been
married 40 years today. They will
celebrate the event with daughters
Leslie, Carolyn Bernardi, and son
David, along with grandsons Jack
Bernardi and Robby Halls; David’s
wife Anne, and Carolyn’s husband,
Tom. — I love you, Margaret
Announcements
The Detroit Metro Chapter of
THE ALLIANCE FOR DEMOCRACY,
a progressive populist organization,
meets at 2:00 p.m. on the
second Saturday of each month at
Xhedos Cafe, 240 W. 9 Mile Rd. in
downtown Ferndale. The Alliance
aims to replace corporate society
with real peoples’ democracy, in
coalition with everyone possible.
For more information call
(313) 533-2784 or (734) 462-2423
ARE YOU TIRCD of politicians
that are more concerned about
each others personal lives than
the welfare of our nation and
world? Corporations that have
undo influence on our courts and
politicians? Labor laws that are
repressive and that stack the
deck against working people?
Would you like to change all this?
COME AND SCC what the Labor
Party is all about. We believe that
all working people are entitled to
a fair share of our countries
wealth. We stand for a national
health care program, keeping
social security out of the hands of
Wall Street, progressive labor
laws that level the playing field
between working people and
their bosses, and many other
social issues that are favorable to
working people and the poor.
WE DON'T WORRY about
politicians personal lives, only
how they stand and vote on the
issues.
The Detroit Metro
Chapter of the Labor
Party, P.O. Box 39192
Redford, Michigan 48239
Come and Join Us —
we need you!
Birthdays
Congratulations
SONIA and JOE:
Congratulations
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UNION!
— Beauregard, Jess, Sally and Ed
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PAULINE WOHLFORD — You are
truly a joy to the world. You have
enriched my life and all the lives
around you. Happy, Happy Birthday
(June 5)! Peace and Prosperity.
Love, Wanda V
UNION!
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REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS/PROPOSALS
Control #99-37-212
Sealed Request for Qualifications/Proposals will be received by the Wayne
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Wayne County Purchasing Division
THANKS to Ken Maxwell for being
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Why do some individuals, elected
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Rank and File
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INVITATION FOR BID
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and Additional Materials
for
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Bid Date: Monday, June 21,1999
Time: 2:15 p.m.
Control #99-37-099A (rebid)
INVITATION FOR BID
for
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for
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Detroit Metropolitan
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Romulus, Ml 48174
Bid Date: Wednesday, June 23,1999
Time: 2:15 p.m.
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Time: 4:00 p.m.
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for
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and
(1) 1999 or Current Model 4x4
Utility Type Vehicle
for
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1300 E. Warren, Room 221
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Bid Date: Thursday, June 24,1999
Time: 2:15 p.m.
Control #99-37-222
REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL
for
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Upper Management
for
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Detroit Metropolitan
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Romulus, Ml 48174
Bid Date: Friday, June 25,1999
Time: 4:00 p.m.
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JUNE 6, 1999
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3 Weeks: $ 3 00 per word,
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MITCH’S LAMENT
Part I
A simpering weasel named Mitch
Lamented that life is a bitch.
“To Vega I’ve crawled,
Whenever he’s called,
And now I have rashes that itch.”
PAGE 23
CALL
(313)964-5655
Hey, John Smyntek, you are a typi
cal Flea Press scab writer who never
lets the correct facts stand in the
way of a good story or obit. I’m sure
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delighted to tell you “to leave on a jet
plane.” — D
P.S. — Hey, Heath, where do you
find these idiots? — D
Yesterday, Tomorrow
“SOLIDARITY”
United for Justice
UAW Local 372 Trenton, MI
The Membership,
Leadership and
Retirees of
UAW Local 372
The Officers, Members and Retirees of
UAW LOCAL 909
support the
Locked-out Newspaper Workers
We encourage all working people to continue
to boycott the scab papers and USA Today!
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UAW
Local 2093
The power of UNION
is found in WE, not ME
We Support the Detroit
Newspaper Workers
in Their Quest for a Fair
and Equitable Contract
- Three Rivers American Axle
and Manufacturing Facility
GENE and JANICE AUSTIN
from UAW Local 594
support the Locked-out
Newspaper Workers
The Detroit
Sunday Journal
supports
NABET/CWA
Local 43
in its boycott of
WDIV/Channel 4
extension #120
& CHARGE IT!
In loving memory
of our brave
union brothers and sisters
— We salute you —
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DTU 18
Arthur Robbins
Suzanne Wozniak
GCIU 13N
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Tom Schneider
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99
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Elizabeth I
76
Meaning
101
Musical
5
Sailor
38
See 30 Across
78
“ you again!”
Question (with
8
“If Would
41
Singer Morissette
79
Grade school
110 Across):
Leave You”
45
Ilsa, to Rick
trio
“ ?”
13
Many miles away
46
Locks down
80
Robinson
Andy’s Answer:
17
Under-car bar
47
A long time
81
Cummerbund
“Do I know
18
Cold block
50
Bounder
cousin
you?”
19
Sit on it
51
French article
82
Shel
104
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20
“Get going”
53
Usual: abbr.
Silverstein’s
108
Free-bird insert
21
Musical
54
Musical Question
The Giving
109
Proust fellow
Question: “ ?”
(with 71 Across):
83
Hamilton’s note
110
See 101 Across
Andy’s Answer:
“ ?”
84
Musical
114
It’s HQ’d in
“No”
Andy’s Answer:
Question: “ ?”
Brussels
25
Tech support
“Actually, no”
Andy’s Answer:
116
Bad lighting?
26
Danger
59
Old vinyl?
“No, and what
118
Geordi on The
27
’77 Tony-winner
61
Orwell’s real
kind of English
Enterprise
28
Highlander
name, __ Blair
is that anyway?”
119
Ed at WJM
30
Musical Question
65
Run
87
Afr. nation
120
Musical
(with 38 Across):
66
Unknown John
89
Soviet police
Question: “ ?’
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67
Alias
91
Gold container?
Andy’s Answer:
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68
Highest rating
92
“For the life
“Not even if you
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69
Highest rating
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34
Silverheels role
70
Where, in Latin
93
Poet Karl
125
Harmony part
126
Baseball boss
58
Memorial Day,
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127
Coffee server
60
Magicians, at
128
Fiji’s capital
times
129
Hot-foot reaction
62
Sucker deal
130
Idyllic locales
63
Jolson musical,
131
Erhard’s
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64
Singer Dion
132
Prehist, critter
68
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Bit of dinero
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72
73
Ardent student
West expansion?
1
Shortwaves
74
Sudden feelings
2
Flight book?
77
Tending to ooze
3
Doc Savage,
83
Fast route
offscreen
84
Dickens’s
4
Composer
Magwitch
Delibes
85
Coax
5
Lost Horizon
86
Asti Spumante
setting
brand
6
Sour, old-style
88
Sonoran uncles
7
Some sculptures
90
’68 Winter
8
Palindromic
Olympics site
Dutch commune
93
Read quickly
9
Spanish shout
94
with words
10
Sunset follower
95
France of
11
Spoil, as one’s
France
parade
96
“Like the
12
Diamond units?
perfume ”
13
Grp. with HMOs
(Maugham)
on its mind
98
Bakker’s club
14
Verne’s world
99
Income
traveler
100
Scot’s 10 Down
15
Lindbergh, e.g.
102
Happened next
16
Pick up
103
Sacred
22
Wire service
105
Fits like
23
Pelvis parts
106
Chest
24
Fortes
107
Mr. Potts?
25
Great one
111
Charles or
29
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Medgar
31
Most opposite
112
Trace of disgrace
32
Twice 270
113
Assn.
33
Rev. for whom
115
“I’m you!”
many blvds. are
117
Weill denial
named
121
Road rescue
35
Formerly
122
Booker T’s
39
Laugh-In first
group
name
123
Pres, in ’50
40
German pistol
124
Prickly seedcase
42
Set figure
43
“Give me an
example, wise
guy”
Solution on Page 24
44
Ms. Lupino
Fine-tune
47
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48
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To order any of Merl s
crossword collections,
49
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send $10 per hook
52
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THE DETROIT SUNDAY JOURNAL
JUNE 6, 1999
Sunday wrap
PP.S. — Give Patty our regards.
Ask her to put another shrimp on
the barbie. — the Workers’ Justice
Committee
Is the Detroit Snooze going to be put
to sleep for good? Rumor has it
that declining circulation and a bad
product is doing the job. Put it out of
it’s (our?) misery!
Happy Birthday to Tony —
Two more days and you won’t be a
teen! — Love, Mom and Dad!
Pets
Publications
For Sale: Purebred Siberian Husky
puppies, $400 — 4 males and 2
females. All have their first shots.
2 adult dogs, $300. 2-year-old red
female w/ blue eyes. 1-1/2-year-old
pure white male w/ blue-brown eyes.
All need loving homes. Owner is
allergic, call Juanita, (313) 843-4243
after 5 p.m.
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
on
Proposed Ordinance to Amend Chapter 26
of the 1984 Detroit City Code to Clarify the
Conditions under Which Investment Property
Dwellings and Dwellings Held by an Estate
May Be Sold
Notice is hereby given that a Public Hearing will be held by the City
Council of Detroit, Michigan, in the City Council’s Committee Room,
13th Floor of the City-County Building on Friday, June 18, 1999 at
10:30 a.m., at which time all interested persons are invited to be pre
sent and be heard as to their views on the above proposed ordinance
amendment described as follows:
SUMMARY
Proposed ordinance to amend Chapter 26, Article III, of the 1984
Detroit City Code by amending Section 26-3-2 to clarify the con
ditions under which investment property dwellings and dwellings
held by an estate may be sold.
Copies of the ordinance are available in the Office of the City Clerk,
200 City-County Building.
Jackie L. Currie
City Clerk
NOTICE TO THE HEARING IMPAIRED:
If you would like a sign language interpreter to be present at this pub
lic hearing, please call the Council’s Research and Analysis Division at
224-4946, at least 48 hours before the scheduled hearing time.
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6/6/99
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BY TRICKY RICKY KANE
1. Dark-from-the-sun nanny Drescher (1) Every answer is a rhyming
2. Black birds got realty cold (1)
3. Reporter Kent’s tree skins (1)
pair of words (like FAT CAT
and DOUBLE TROUBLE), and
they will fit in the letter
squares. The number after the
definition tells you how many
syllables in each word.
4. “Show Boat” actor Howard’s pitches (1)
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12:30 p.m., Auto racing, NASCAR
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Cleveland, WGN.
1 p.m., Baseball, Atlanta at
Boston, TBS.
1 p.m., Tigers, St. Louis at
Detroit, FSD.
1 p.m., Track and field, TFA
ProChampionships, ESPN.
2 p.m., Women’s soccer, U.S. vs.
Canada, Channel 7.
2 p.m., Golf, Memorial
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3 p.m., Women’s golf, U.S.
Women’s Open, Channel 4.
4 p.m., Auto racing, CART Miller
Lite 225, Channel 7.
5:30 p.m., Senior golf, Cadillac
NFL Classic, ESPN.
6 p.m., Auto racing, CART Miller
Lite 225, ESPN2.
6:30 p.m., NBA playoffs, San
Antonio at Portland, Channel 4.
8 p.m., Baseball, N.Y. Mets at
N.Y. Yankees, ESPN.
MONDAY
7 p.m., Tigers, Pittsburgh at
Detroit, FSD.
7:35 p.m., Baseball, Tampa Bay at
Atlanta, TBS.
9 p.m., NBA playoffs, Indiana at
New York, Channel 4.
10 p.m., Baseball, Chicago Cubs
at Arizona, WGN.
TUESDAY
7 p.m., Tigers, Pittsburgh at
Detroit, FSD.
7:35 p.m., Baseball, Tampa Bay at
Atlanta, TBS.
8 p.m., NHL, Stanley Cup play
offs, Channels 2, 9.
10 p.m., Baseball, Chicago Cubs
at Arizona, WGN.
WEDNESDAY
7 p.m., Tigers, Pittsburgh at
Detroit, FSD.
7:30 p.rh., Baseball, Teams TBA,
ESPN.
9 p.m., NBA playoffs, New York at
Indiana, Channel 4.
10:30 p.m., Baseball, Teams TBA,
ESPN.
THURSDAY
4 p.m., Golf, St. Jude Classic
ESPN.
7 p.m., Baseball, Milwaukee at
Cleveland, FSD.
8 p.m., WNBA, Houston at
Orlando, LIFE.
8 p.m., NHL, Stanley Cup play
offs, Channels 2, 9.
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1:30 p.m., Golf, St. Jude Classic,
ESPN.
3:10 p.m., Baseball, Chicago
White Sox at Chicago Cubs,
WGN.
3:30 p.m., College baseball, NCAA
World Series, ESPN.
7:30 p.m., College baseball, NCAA
World Series, ESPN.
7:35 p.m., Baseball, Baltimore at
Atlanta, TBS.
8 p.m., Tigers, Detroit at St.
Louis, FSD.
SATURDAY
1 p.m., Auto racing, ARCA, ESPN.
1 p.m., Baseball, Chicago White
Sox at Chicago Cubs, Channel
2.
1:30 p.m., College baseball, NCAA
World Series, Channel 62.
2 p.m., Senior golf, BellSouth
Classic, Channel 4.
4 p.m., WNBA, Mystics at
Comets, Channel 4.
4 p.m., Golf, St. Jude Classic,
Channel 7.
5 p.m., Women’s golf, Rochester
International, ESPN.
8 p.m., Tigers, Detroit at St.
Louis, Channel 50.
8 p.m., NHL, Stanley Cup play
offs, Channel 9, ESPN.
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25
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27
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24
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Dallas 4, Colorado 1
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Eastern Conference
Toronto vs. Buffalo
(Sabres win series, 4-1)
Buffalo 5, Toronto 4
Toronto 6, Buffalo 3
Buffalo 4, Toronto 2
Buffalo 5, Toronto 2
Buffalo 4, Toronto 2
Eastern Conference
New York vs. Indiana
(Series tied 1-1)
Saturday: at New York, late
Monday: at New York, 9 p.m.
Wednesday: at Indiana, 9 p.m.
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Western Conference
Portland vs. San Antonio
(Spurs lead 2-0)
Friday: at Portland, late
Today: at Portland, 6:30 p.m.
If necessary
Tuesday: at San Antonio, 9 p.m.
Friday: at Portland, 9 p.m.
June 13: at San Antonio, TBA
it


JUNE 6, 1999
THE DETROIT SUNDAY JOURNAL
PAGE 25
Scotty’s back — but who’ll back Scotty?
Shanahan trade not likely
While Bowman doesn’t want
Brendan Shanahan back next season,
he’s apparently been overruled by
Captain Steve Yzerman.
Shanahan, who will be an unrestrict
ed free agent after next season, has
seen his production drop dramatically
since the 1996-97 season, his first as a
Red Wing. He’s also confounded some
teammates, the coaching staff and
members of the front office with his
inconsistency.
But Shanahan, 30, still managed to
score over 30 goals last season. That’s
nothing to sneeze at in a season when
no NHL player reached 50. Yzerman
has said, publicly and privately, that he
wants Shanahan back next season.
And what the captain wants, the cap
tain gets.
Another factor was the Red Wings’
decision not to pick up the option on
Wendel Clark for next season. That
means if the team were to deal
Shanahan, it would have to get a left
wing who can score goals in return.
Although both Shanahan and Slava
Kozlov slumped for periods last season,
they’re still not bad as the two top left
wings for an NHL team.
Briefly
Watching the outstanding and enter
taining Western Conference Finals
series between the Colorado Avalanche
and the Dallas Stars reinforces one
fact: Even if the Wings’ could have got
ten past the Avalanche in the second
round, they would not have been pre
pared for the intensity of playing
Dallas. .
Every shift was a war in the series,
which went down to Friday night’s
Game 7.
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W hile Scotty Bowman will
be back next season as the
Red Wings’ head coach,
things aren’t quite as set
tled with his assistant coaches.
On Thursday Associate Coach Dave
Lewis flew to Los Angeles to interview
for the Kings’ vacant head coaching
position.
Lewis, 45, has been an assistant or
associate coach with the Red Wings
since he retired as a player in
November 1987. He played 15 seasons
in the NHL, starting in 1973-74. He
started with the New York Islanders,
and spent 1980-1983 with the Kings
and captained the team. He finished
his career with New Jersey and the
Red Wings.
With the Kings, Lewis was a team
mate of current Los Angeles General
Manager Dave Taylor.
Lewis’ only negative is that he’s
never been a head coach at any level.
But winning a Stanley Cup as an NHL
assistant usually cancels that out, and
Lewis, of course, has won two with the
Red Wings.
Taylor already has interviewed for
mer Buffalo Sabres Head Coach Ted
Nolan, a onetime Red Wing, and John
Van Boxmeer, who coaches the Long
Beach Ice Dogs, the Kings’
International Hockey League affiliate.
The second question, of course, is
who might replace Lewis behind the
Red Wings’ bench if the Kings hire
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Red Wings’ Head Coach Scotty Bowman (center) and Associate Coach Barry Smith (left)
listen to Associate Coach Dave Lewis behind the bench.
him?
A possibility is Slava Fetisov, accord
ing to speculation. One of hockey’s
greatest defensemen, Fetisov played
with the Red Wings from 1995 until
retiring after the 1997-98 season. He’s
currently an assistant with the New
Jersey Devils.
Despite his three-year contract, the
Devils have hired Larry Robinson as an
assistant coach. Robinson, a Hall of
Fame defenseman, created the Los
Angeles coaching vacancy when he was
fired after the regular season.
Before joining the Kings in 1995,
Robinson was a New Jersey assistant
coach under Jacques Lemaire, and was
there when the Devils swept the Red
Wings in the 1995 Stanley Cup Finals.
Hiring Robinson to work with New
Jersey’s defensemen apparently frees
up Fetisov to do the same thing Vith
another NHL team. But it’s not a ring
ing endorsement of the job Fetisov did.
But if the Kings hire Lewis and
Bowman pushes for Fetisov — for
whom Bowman has always had
tremendous respect — Fetisov could
wind up behind the Detroit bench next
season.


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THE DETROIT SUNDAY JOURNAL
JUNE 6,1999
Tigers: Disarming
draft is a big hit
Casey at
the plate
Journal photo by SHAWN D. ELLIS
Detroit Catholic Central’s Casey Rogowski is tagged out at the
plate by Windsor, Ont., Villanova catcher Mike Mitrevski dur
ing Wednesday’s Catholic League A-B division championship
game at Tiger Stadium. Rogowski, who was drafted by the
Chicago White Sox, had two hits and one RBI and scored
twice during Catholic Central’s 10-3 win over Villanova.
Tigers’ Clark feels a draft
By Richard L. Shook
Special to the Journal
T he draft emphasis on pitchers
by the Detroit Tigers took a
big hit this year — with a bat.
“We’re thrilled,” General
Manager Randy Smith said after the
Tigers’ made their premium picks in
the annual baseball draft. “Greg
(scouting director Smith) and his guys
did another outstanding job, to get
Eric (Munson) and some of the bats we
did after that.”
In Smith’s first few drafts, the early-
round focus was on arms. Long arms
attached to tall bodies who could part
Lake Michigan with a fastball.
Seth Greisinger, for example. Matt
Anderson, too. And Jeff Weaver, plus
Alan Webb and Nate Cornejo. You will
hear about those last two over the next
few seasons.
Munson was drafted because he was
one of three players Detroit targeted
as being there when the Tigers’ name
was called third in the first round.
He’s 6-3, 220 and hits with power
from the left side. And while Detroit’s
new ballpark might not be as friendly
to left-handed hitters as Tiger
Stadium, it will still be chummy
enough to continue to emphasize a left-
handed hitting lineup.
The Tigers didn’t have a second-
round choice. That went to Kansas
City as compensation for signing free
agent Dean Palmer.
If they had a Round 2 pick, though,
there’s a good chance Greg Smith
would have called the name of James
Jenkins, a 6-5, 210-pound power-hit
ting third baseman from William T.
Dwyer High School in Jupiter, Fla.
Teams apparently shied away
because of his commitment to Florida
State or because he is a diabetic.
“We did not think we had a shot at
him,” Greg Smith said. “He was rated
the second-best power-hitter of any
high school player ih the country.”
Detroit showed last year it was will
ing to gamble on high-ceiling players
in the early rounds when it picked
Cornejo. He was a big-league arm, but
had knee surgeries two years in a row.
He’s currently flourishing with low
Class A West Michigan.
Drafting Jenkins in the third round
was in line with that thinking, as was
the taking of fifth-round choice Dayle
Campbell, a 6-foot-6 right-handed fire-
baller from Pierce Junior College in
Los Angeles.
Campbell was just converted from
outfield to the mound and other teams
were leery of taking him for that rea
son. But the Tigers love those 95-
m.p.h. arms, and Campbell’s soup bone
is one of those.
“He’s got a loose, quick arm,” Randy
Smith said. “He throws 95-96 (m.p.h.)
like he’s playing catch. He’s just a guy
who doesn’t know a lot about pitching
yet. He’s as crude as the day is long.”
In the fourth round, Detroit took one
of New Mexico’s top high school play
ers, Cody Ross, a right-handed hitting
outfield who’s also a decent left-hand
ed pitcher who throws in the 88-90
mph fange.
Ross is projected as an outfielder
because of his speed and bat plus he’s
the kind of bear-down player the
Tigers are taking these days. They will
have to buy him away from Arizona
State, however.
Beyond that, Detroit stayed mainly
with college players. The Tigers’ track
record for signing suggests they’ll get
the deal done with Munson soon and
sign perhaps nine of their top 10.
And one or two will show up on the
varsity late next year or the year after.
They’d better, because they’re needed.
SHOOK, From Page 28
catch,” Munson, 21, said. “I’m willing to
spend the extra time (to learn how). I
like handling pitchers and calling
games. Defensively I have some work
to do.”
Clark’s poor start makes him vulner
able. It’s also brought the doubters in
the organization from between the
cracks in the concrete.
With fans and media getting restless
for an end to the Tigers’ mental inferi
ority on the field, pressure on the front
office to make a deal increases.
It would be a major mistake to trade
Justin Thompson. Pitchers with good
stuff are hard to find and often it takes-
5-6 years for them to get the experience
to utilize their talent. Major league ros
ters are filled with pitchers who were
given up on too quickly.
Position players, while also hard to
find, are more replaceable. Manager
Larry Parrish already has shown he’s
willing to find a place for Frank
Catalanotto.
Gregg Jefferies will be dealt before
the trade deadline because his job now
belongs to Luis Polonia, as long as he
produces at leadoff, or Catalanotto.
In the next two months some team
will be looking for that extra bat they
feel can put them into the playoffs.
Parrish likes players who come early
and stay late, and Jefferies doesn’t fit
that characterization.
Drafting Munson is not a direct slap
at Clark. Detroit had him rated as one
of the top three players available, and
the other two were taken ahead of him.
So you take the third.
The fact they might be thinking of
him in terms of Clark’s position is inci
dental. If he’s good, you make room for
him. Like with Gabe Kapler. And Jeff
Weaver.
An impressive debut for Munson —
Double-A is probable — would cause
the Tigers to rethink things between
seasons.
Clark has already established value
with seasons in excess of 30 home runs
and 100 RBI. He would bring value in
return, but the timing and return must
be right.
It would be a shame to trade a quali
ty citizen and clubhouse presence like
Clark, but drafting Munson and talk
ing about putting him at first base or
DH means the Tigers could have three
pegs to fit into two holes in a year or
two.
But that’s why Randy Smith’s getting
all that big money — to sit in that new
hot seat, the one where you dial up the
temperature all by yourself.
baseball draft
: : ; ■ : • • : " ■ ' ' ■ ■ ' - : :
Players drafted from Michigan 399. Chicago (AL), Casey Central, Northville, Mich. 1007. Cleveland, Scott A.
ana by Detroit. Listed by round Rogowski, LF, Catholic Central Round 24: 717. Detroit, Nathan Thomas, RHP, Watervliet HS.
with overall pick. HS, Livonia, Mich. T. Husser, 1B, Middletown HS, Round 34:1017. Detroit, Robert
Round 3: o7. Detroit, James Round 14: 417. Detroit. Ross Newark, Del. A. Hlousek, 3B, Missouri.
Jenkins, 1B-3B, William T. Dwyer Garland, C, Walters St. CC Round 25: 747. Detroit, Edward Round 35:1047. Detroit,
HS, Jupiter, Fla. 442. San Diego, Bobby Scales, Romprey, SS, Fullerton Coll. Dennis L. Wyrick, SS, Bishop
Round 4: 117. Detroit, Cody 2B, Michigan Round 26: 777. Detroit, Amat HS, Azusa, Cal.
Ross, RF-CF/LHP, Carlsbaa, Round ft: 447. Detroit, Corey Gregory Watson, RHP, Tampa Round 36:1077. Detroit, Jason
N.M., HS Richardson, CF, N. Mex. St. 783. Oakland, Jacob A. Siegfried, C, Dayton
Round 5: 147. Detroit, Dayle Round 16: 477. Detroit, Stephen Beckman, RHP, Glen Oaks CC Round 37:1107. Detroit, Miles
Campbell, RF, Los Ang. Pierce JC Bess, RHP, Rice 787. Baltimore, Michael P. Luuloa, SS, Laney Coll.,Hawaii.
Round 6:177. Detroit, Brant Ust, Round 17: 507. Detroit, Bradley Seestedt, C, Michigan Round 38:1137. Detroit, Corey
3B, Notre Dame Steele, RHP, California Round 27:807. Detroit, Johnny Loomis, SS, Eastwood HS,
185. Seattle, Joseph Putz, RHP, Round 18: 537. Detroit, Randy Gordon, CF, Warner Southern Pemberville, Oh.
Michigan Leek, LHP, William & Mary Coll., Naples, Fla. Round 39:1167. Detroit,
Round 7: 207. Detroit, Timothy 545. Seattle, Kristoffer Gundrum, Round 28: 837. Detroit, Ryan Kaulana K. Kuhaulua, SS, Los
Kalita, LHP, Notre Dame RF, Western Mich. M. Golem, RHP, Dearborn HS. Angeles CC ,
Round 8: 237. Detroit, Anthony Round 19: 567. Detroit, Casey 857. Cleveland, Matthew J. Round 40:1197. Detroit,
Ware, 3B, Hamilton HS, Los Williamson, RF, Troy St. Spiess, RHP, Owosso HS. Francisco Arteaga, RHP,
Angeles Round 20: 597. Detroit, Dustin Round 29: 867. Detroit, Timothy Roosevelt HS, Los Angeles.
Round 9: 267. Detroit, Casey Beam, SS, Wright St. J. Leveque, RHP, Crespi Round 41:1227. Detroit, John-
Rowe, RHP, Fresno St. Round 21: 627. Detroit, Michael Carmelite HS, Northridge. Cal. Eric Hernandez, RHP, Chico St.
Round 10: 297. Detroit, Jerrod McDonald, LHP, North Carolina Round 30:897. Detroit, Joseph Round 42:1255. Detroit, Peter
Fuell, RHP, Palo Verde HS, 651. New York (AL), Michael S. Urban, LF, Santa Ana Coll., Pirman, RF, Triton Col.,
Tucson, Ariz. Aldridge, C, Eastern Michigan Costa Mesa. Calif. Palatine, II.
Round 11: 327. Detroit, Erick Round 22: 657. Detroit, Aaron Round 31:927. Detroit, Randy Round 43:1282. Detroit, Philip
Burke, LHP, Houston Barnett, LHP, Middle Tenn.St. W. Thurman LHP, Ringling HS, Mixter, RHP, Muskegon HS.
Round 12: 357. Detroit, Daniel 668. Cincinnati. Michael Fawcett, Ringling, Okla. Round 44:1309. Detroit,
Davis, CF, Osceola Senior HS, RHP, Central Michigan 928. Arizona, Joseph Jayson E. Drobiak, SS, U. of
Kissimmee, Fla. Round 23: 687. Detroit, Jeremy Kalczynski, C, Michigan State. Connecticut
366. Philadelphia, Brian Bush, CF, B. Lewis, LHP, Central Cabarrus Round 32:957. Detroit, Eric Round 45:1348. Anaheim,
Michigan HS, Concord, NC Eckenstahler, LHP, Illinois State. William Curtis, RF, Grand
Round 13: 387. Detroit, Kevin 707. Cleveland, Anthony F. Round 33:987. Detroit, Jason Canyon U. (Middleville, Mi.;
Jackson, 3B, North Florida Tomey, RHP, Redford Catholic A. Frasor, RHP, Southern Illinois brother of Chad Curtis)


JUNE 6, 1999
THE DETROIT SUNDAY JOURNAL
PAGE 27
Higginson out in left
field on diversity issue
Bobby Higginson
L ost in a stretch where the
Detroit Tigers played hapless
ly, losing eight of 10 games,
were outfielder Bobby
Higginson’s words.
Recently syndicated radio talk show
host Jim Rome asked Higginson, “Can
any one guy lead an entire clubhouse
when you have so many guys?”
An innocent question about leader
ship that deserved a simple answer,
like “No.” But Higginson — the Tigers’
self-appointed spokesman and leader
— waxed philosophical, which made
things complex.
He said, “I don’t think so.
Everybody’s always putting the leader
ship role onto one guy. But you have a
lot of different guys; white players,
black players, and Latino players. ...
The Latin guys
need a Latin
guy to look up
to.
“. . . In our
locker room
Juan Encar-
nacion, who is
a great talent,
looks up to
Juan Samuel,
qnd we just
brought up
Luis Polonia.”
At that point Higginson should’ve
taken a deep breath, paused to think
about what he was saying.
He didn’t. Instead Higginson put his
foot farther down his throat, providing
his thoughts on the Tigers’ diversity.
“Kapler might come look to me,”
Higginson said. “(Black guys) may look
up to Tony Clark, Damion Easley. It’s
very diverse, so you have to have a few
different guys to look to.”
Only Higginson himself can explain
what his comments implied.
We are left only to guess.
Maybe Higginson is suggesting that
the Tigers need a players’ committee
similar to what the Lions have, with
Hispanic, white and black players.
Whether Higginson knows it, he’s one
of the Tigers’ cornerstone players,
along with Clark, Easley and pitcher
Justin Thompson.
And manager Larry Parrish looks to
Higginson’s leadership on one of the
majors’ youngest rosters.
As a veteran leader, it’s Higginson’s
job to identify with his teammates,
regardless of their nationality or race.
Instead Higginson’s opinion fosters
dissension, not winning.
It also suggested that the Tigers are
segregated, a dirty little secret that
has been clear for many years. It’s the
good teams who manage to overcome
the obvious to become winners.
Look at Cincinnati’s “Big Red
Machine,” which dominated the
National League during the 1970s
with an impressive array of talented
players from everywhere.
Pete Rose. Johnny Bench. Dave
Concepcion. Tony Perez. They commin
gled while repeatedly making World
Series appearances.
It was the same way with the 1986
World Series champion New York
Mets, who had various factions of dif
ferent nationalities.
But third baseman Ray Knight
bridged the gap, whether it was lan
guage or culture. Unequivocally
Knight was the Mets’ leader.
According to Higginson, that’s
impossible with the Tigers.
One guy can’t lead them and it’s a
big clubhouse, Higginson says. Guys
will only work with someone with
whom they are culturally similar.
According to Higginson, Kapler
prefers not to go outside his perceived
comfort zone. In Higginson’s eyes,
Encamacion will ignore him and grav
itate to Samuel because they have so
much in common. Both are Hispanic
and speak Spanish.
Judging by Higginson’s comments,
Frank Catalanotto, a sharp, young
infielder who is white, may not work
with Easley, who is black. They are the
Tigers’ new keystone combination, but
communicating might make them
uncomfortable.
Sick.
Bobby, please do us a favor. The next
time someone asks you about leader
ship, stick to the subject and keep it
simple.
Spurs look like
class of NBA
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Notebook: Karl Malone of the Utah
Jazz won his second Most Valuable
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men, Miami’s Alonzo Mourning and
Duncan. Malone also won the award in
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PAGE 28
DETROIT SUNDAY JOURNAL
Clark may
be victim
of Tigers’
draft
By Richard L. Shook
Special to the Sunday Journal
C hanges are on the horizon for
the Detroit Tigers.
The drafting of Eric Munson,
a hitter who can catch as
opposed to a catcher who can hit, sug
gests that Tbny Clark’s time as a Detroit
Tiger could have a definite limit on it.
Munson wants to catch — he’s made
that clear. But Detroit makes it equally
clear it wants the University of
Southern California junior to make it to
the majors as soon as possible.
It likely won’t be quick enough to get
the left-handed power hitter to Detroit
so he can take advantage of Tiger
Stadium’s famed right-field overhang.
But the new play place will have dimen
sions he’s sure to like.
“We think his best tool is his bat, his
ability to hit for power,” General
Manager Randy Smith of Detroit said of
his team’s No. 1 draft pick. “He’s a pret
ty polished college player.”
Smith talks in terms of Munson mak
ing it to the Tigers in 2001, or possibly
even late next season.
“We’re going to play him at the posi
tion where he gets his bat to the big
leagues the quickest,” Smith said.
“There might be a little less pressure on
him playing first base. It could make
him a little quicker to the big leagues.
He’s an awfully good-looking hitter.”
If that sounds like a less than ringing
endorsement of Munson’s catching abili
ty, it’s partially because that’s exactly
what it is. But it’s at least equally true
that Detroit needs another big-time pro
ductive bat.
Check out the standings and daily box
scores if you don’t believe that. Any
team that gets shut out twice as many
times in its first 40 games as it should
get blanked in one or two seasons is in
definite need of help in the lumber
department.
“I’ve expressed the feeling I do want to
See SHOOK, Page 26
Spurs look
like class
of NBA
playoffs
I f it’s not Utah, then it’s San
Antonio.
After reaching the finals for
two straight seasons, the Utah
Jazz got bounced from the NBA play
offs by the Portland Trail Blazers, so it
appears, at long last, that John
Stockton and Karl Malone may be
approaching the over-the-hill mode.
At any rate, the Blazers now are
battling the San Antonio Spurs in the
Western Conference finals. The New
York Knicks and Indiana Pacers are
in the Eastern Conference finals.
With the Jazz gone, I like San
Antonio. The Spurs have the size in
Tim Duncan and David Robinson,
experience in Robinson, Mario Elie
and Sean Elliott, and a gutsy point
guard in Avery Johnson. The bench is
relatively weak. But it may not matter
if the big guys stay out of foul trouble.
Portland has a young, agile club
with a lot of depth. But the Blazers
are not all that experienced and may
be a year or two away from being a
serious contender. San Antonio won
the first two games in the best-of-
seven series.
In the East, the Indiana Pacers
have been the favorites from day one
of the abbreviated 50-game season.
The New York Knicks are a relative
surprise, having jelled late in the sea
son. Even with the loss of center
Patrick Ewing because of a partially
torn Achilles tendon after the second
game of the series, they could contin
ue to give the Pacers trouble.
With Ewing gone for the remainder
of the playoffs, the Knicks lose some
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Tim Duncan of the San Antonio Spurs works against Brian Grant of the Portland Trail
Blazers during game one of the NBA Western Conference Final.
interior defense and rebounding.
However, they will be much quicker
with Chris Dudley and Marcus
Camby manning the pivot. Whether
Dudley and Camby can contain the
Pacers’ 7-4 Rik Smits is the question.
New York will have to make some
adjustments. So will Indiana, which
really hasn’t played up to snuff in
splitting the first two games of the
best-of-seven series.
Chances are the Pacers will prevail
against the Knicks. But don’t be sur
prised if New York wins. They have
the talent, and just need to put it all
together. Still the Knicks must con
tain Reggie Miller, the Pacers’ shoot
ing guard, who seems to rise to the
occasion when Indiana plays at
Madison Square Garden.
Certainly NBC-Sports would love to
see the Knicks in the NBA Finals. It’s
the only big-market team left to
exploit. Indiana playing Portland or
San Antonio in the finals isn’t likely to
produce much in the way of national
interest.
Where have you gone Michael
Jordan?
If San Antonio makes the NBA
Finals, fans will see Duncan perform.
He’s arguably the best player in the
NBA right now. Duncan can shoot,
rebound, play defense and handle the
ball like a guard. He’s practically
unstoppable in the low post, and can
See HALLS, Page 27