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The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, April 11, 2006 - 7

LEAK
Continued from page 1
from his first-floor window.
The flood "had a lot of impact on a lot
of people who didn't ask to have their
nights disrupted in this way," Housing
spokesman Alan Levy said.
At least one student's computer was
destroyed. LSA freshman Julio Domin-
guez's roommate called him and deliv-
ered the devastating news.
A catastrophe recovery company
arrived at the scene to extract the water
and mitigate further damage.
The University will cover the expens-
es of the hotel stays. Levy said he has
to wait for the evaluation of the dam-
ages before providing an estimate of
the total costs.
The University's Risk Management
Office will file an insurance claim
for the University's property and the
personal property of residents. Usu-
ally, the University does not cover
damage to personal property, Levy
said.
At the scene were the director of
housing, an associate director of Hous-

ing, a head staff member of Residen-
tial Education and security personnel.
The West Quad building staff was also
involved in minimizing the impact of
the flood.
Until last night, housing administra-
tion has had a "nice, quiet year," Levy
said.
Wensley residents will not be able
to return until the electricians can do a
safety check.
Dean of Students Susan Eklund, who
oversees assistance in emergency situ-
ations, has been notified and probably
will let professors know some students
may miss class or need extra time to
complete work.
"This is obviously not a terrific time
of the year for this to happen," Levy
said.
The new sprinkler system was
installed last summer in the dorms as
part of a $50-million investment in fire
and life safety enhancements.
This is the second incident with the
new sprinkler systems. The first inci-
dent occurred last year in South Quad,
also the result of a resident "inappropri-
ately using a football or soccer ball in
the hallway," Levy said.

LEVIN
Continued from page 1
According to Levin, Defense Department inter-
rogators employed questionable tactics while dis-
guised as FBI agents at the prison so their agency
would not "take the fall." After the committee
obtained partially censored e-mails through a Free-
dom of Information Act request, members learned
the FBI alerted Department of Justice officials, yet
nothing was done.
Levin said he has been actively trying to get cer-
tain names from the memo declassified, or released
through a committee subpoena, to continue the
investigation and fulfill his duty.
According to Levin, the inability to get the names

released had important implications in the confir-
mation of Homeland Security Secretary Michael
Chertoff, who was the head of the criminal division
of the Department of Justice at the time of the e-
mails and possibly knew of the FBI allegations.
"The abuse of power by this administration will
continue unless it's checked by Congress or in the
courts," Levin said. "Since the Republicans control
(Congress), there are no meaningful hearings being
held, and this hurts the government."
In November, every seat in the House and 33
Senate seats are up for election. The Democrats
would need to win six additional seats in the
Senate and 15 in the House to gain control of
either.
"I think there's at least a 40-60 chance the
Democrats will recapture the Senate and a 30-

70 chance of capturing both," Levin said, adding
if the election were held tomorrow he would up
the odds to 50-50. He said the Republican party's
monetary advantage and its ability to buy more
advertising will eventually shift public opinion to
some degree.
"The low level of support for (the Bush adminis-
tration) is not sustainable," he said.
If the Democrats were to gain a majority in the
Senate, Levin would become chairman of the Sen-
ate Armed Services Committee.
He said he would reassert the committee's over-
sight role.
"There would be a series of hearings and investi-
gations immediately;"he said.
- Walter Nowinski contributed to this report.

GRANTS
Continued from page 1
hoping that his research will earn him a
piece of the $100-million pie.
Ulsoy said he hopes to create a better
system for applying force when stamp-
ing sheet metal into different materials
and car parts.
When sheet metal is molded

into different parts, it is done using
three main components: a die, a
punch and a blank. The die and
punch stretch the sheet metal into
the required shape and the blank
applies a restraining force to control
the process.
Tears and wrinkles in the metal
sometimes occur when too much force
is applied during the stamping process.
Ulsoy said he hopes his research will

help develop a sensor that will automati-
cally adjust the force applied to the sheet
metal.
"The system will allow lighter-weight
cars through cost-effective stamping
of lighter materials such as aluminum
alloys," he said.
Submitted proposals will be reviewed
by the American Association for the
Advancement of Science, Shore said.
The association will make recommen-

dations, and then the proposals will be
assessed by the Strategic Economic
Investment and Commercialization
Board to determine what research will
be most beneficial to the economy.
The amount of money awarded will
be determined in late July.
Ulsoy said funding is always com-
petitive but it has been useful to have
state funding available along with other
federal and private grants.

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ARIES
(March 21 to April 19)
Please remember that this is your spe-
cial time of year! It's all about you now.
Recharge your batteries, and make a list
of what you want to accomplish in the
coming year.
TAURUS
(April 20 to May 20)
Continue to seek out opportunities for
solitude. As your year comes to an end
(before your upcoming birthday), now is
the time to look back and give yourself a
report card on how you're doing.
GEMINI
(May 21 to June 20)
We need our friends and associates.
They help us define who we are. Give
some thought today to the kind of friends
you want to have in your life.
CANCER
(June 21 to July 22)
People notice you now because the
Sun is at high noon in your chart. This
acts like a spotlight on you. Why not use
this to your advantage? Lobby for what
you want!
LEO
(July 23 to Aug. 22)
Now is the time to study new subjects
or explore opportunities in travel and
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so go get it!
VIRGO
(Aug. 23 to Sept. 22)
Your research skills are tops right now.

year.
SCORPIO
(Oct. 23 to Nov. 21)
Since you have a burst of energy to get
better organized and work hard now, do
so! Capitalize on this blessing. Make hay
while the Sun shines.
SAGITTARIUS
(Nov. 22 to Dec. 21)
This is a creative time for you! Love,
romance, fun and pleasure are in the air.
Time spent with children is important.
Make plans for a vacation.
CAPRICORN
(Dec. 22 to Jan. 19)
You value home and family in a tradi-
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tangible security for you. Talk to family
members today.
AQUARIUS
(Jan. 20 to Feb. 18)
This busy pace will not stop for at
least a few weeks, so get used to it. Read,
write, study and talk to siblings.
Communication is important now.
PISCES
(Feb. 19 to March 20)
What will make you happy? What will
it take? Think about this today. If you
don't define these goals, how will you
know when you reach them?
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useful. You don't crave publicity, but
you often get it because you're so capa-
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