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2 - Tuesday, November 21, 2006

MONDAY:
Ten Spot

WEDNESDAY:
University Jobs

THURSDAY:
Explained

FRIDAY:
Before You Were Here

Hail to the studiers valiant

A guy in a Michigan sweatshirt
walked up to the balcony area of
the Fishbowl on Thursday. He
started leading a "Fuck the Buck-
eyes" cheer and clapped for about
a minute.
Some students ripped their
eyes from their computer screens
long enough to join in chanting

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and clapping.
Most peopl
He walked av
only after he y
go to this fuck
of losers."
Impron
At 2 a.m. St
York Pizza D
versity Avenu
dents sudden
"The Victors"
The song
pizza joint as
student there
in the air.

While behind enemy lines in
e just stared at him. Columbus Saturday, I had prepared
way angrily - but myself for the worst. Inan attempt
elled: "Do you guys to violate every rule in the warning
ing school? A bunch e-mail the administration sent to
students, my friend and I decided to
ASHLEYDINGES walk down High Street.
Needing some sustenance for the
Iptu spirit bigday ahead ofus,we decided toget
some pizza at Donato's on the same
aturday in the New strip we had been told to avoid.
epot on South Uni- Outside the stadium, an obvious-
e, a throng of stu- lyintoxicated Buckeyespentseveral
ly began to sing minutes trying to get us booed by
in unison. the steady stream of fans on their
rang through the way to the game.
nearly every single He was unsuccessful.
pumped their fists We struck up a conversation
with a couple clad in scarlet and
JAKE HOLMES gray at the door of Donato's and

A Michigan fan looks for an extra ticket to the Ohio State foot-
ball game on Saturday.

waited in line with them.
While waiting for our food, we
searched the crowded pizza joint
but couldn't find an open table.
The same two Buckeye fans
noticed and motioned us over
to the empty seats at their table.
They smiled and invited us to sit
with them. We had a wonderful
lunch.
DAVE MEKELBURG
Not everyone saw
LSA junior Terry Yang's friends
wereshockedwhenhetoldthemthat
he would be studying for achemistry
test at 3:30 p.m. Saturday.
"I'll see it later on -ESPN," he
said.
Kinesiology senior Hassen
Berri, who spent The Game study-
ing organic chemistry, thought not
watching the epic clash was some-
thing to hide.
"All of my friends are in Colum-
bus right now, so I just didn't tell
them," she said.
MICHAEL COULTER
On Saturday night, the win-
ning numbers on the Ohio
Lottery's Pick 4 were 4-2-
3-9, the same as the score of
the football game. Four hun-
dred and one people had these
winning numbers. Each won
$5,000.
The new movie version
of Fast Food Nation is
largely fictional, unlike
the nonfiction book by Eric
Schlosser.
FOR MORE, SEE PAGE 5
On this day, eighty-four
years ago, Rebecca Fel-
ton of Georgia became
the first female U.S. senator.
Georgia governor Thomas
Hardwick appointed her upon
the death of the sitting senator,
Thomas Watson.

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CRIME NOTES
Student gives
up cash in
apparent scam
WHERE: 700 S. University
Ave.
WHEN: Sunday at about
4:45 p.m.
WHAT: A student was
approached outside a
bank by a person claim-
ing to need $180 in
cash, the Department of
Public Safety reported.
The person offered the
student a check, and the
student gave the person
the money, with intent
to deposit the check at a
later time. The student
will report to DPS if there
are problems with the
check. It is not known
if this relates to three

CAMPUS EVENTS & NOTES
similar frauds from this past Remembering WHEN: Today from 6:30
August involving more than m to 8 p.m.
$7,000 in fraudulent checks. Bo Schembechler WHERE: Michigan Union,
Pond Room

Girl treated after
suspected child
abuse incident
WHERE: University Hospi-
tal, 1500 E. Medical Center
WHEN: Sunday at about 6:20
p.m.
WHAT: An emergency room
doctor at the University Hos-
pital notified child Protec-
tive Services about a female
patient from Taylor, Mich.
who might have been the
victim of child abuse, DPS
reported. The doctor believed
the victim may have been
abused by her mother. The
woman was turned over to the
Taylor Police.

WHAT: A memorial ser-
vice celebrating the life and
achievements of former
Michigan football coach Bo
Schembechler, who passed
away Friday at age 77.
WHO: University of Michi-
gan Athletic Department
WHEN: Today at 1 p.m.
WHERE: Michigan Stadium
Public speaking
workshop
WHAT: Training on how
to lead meetings and deliver
both impromptu and pre-
pared speeches.
WHO: Michigan Toast-
masters

Euchre
tournament
WHAT: An individual
euchre tournament with
prizes like Michigan Union
gift certificates. The tour-
nament is open only to stu-
dents.
WHO: Michigan Union Bil-
liards
WHEN: Today from 7:45 to
10:30 p.m.
WHERE: Michigan Union,
U-Club
CORRECTIONS
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Three students killed in
Ala. school bus plunge

Car driven by a high school
student causes bus to plow
through concrete rail
HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (AP) - A school bus packed
with high school students smashed through a guard-
rail along an overpass yesterday and crashed nose-
first 30 feet below, killing three teenage girls and
injuring at least 30 other people, some critically,
authorities said.
A car driven by another high school student appar-
ently came close to or struck the bus, causing it to
plow through the concrete rail on the elevated sec-
tion of Interstate 565 and crash onto Church Street
below, Police Chief Rex Reynolds said.
Two girls died at the scene, and a third died at a
hospital.
Students on the bus, which had no seat belts, were
screaming when rescue workers arrived. "They were
thrown all over the bus," Fire Chief Dusty Under-
wood said. Some had to be pulled from the crushed
front of the vehicle.
More than 30 students and the bus driver were
taken to Huntsville Hospital, which became a hectic
trauma center with emergency physicians and staff
called in to help as ambulances brought in the severe-
ly injured.
Christina Collier, 18 and Nicole Ford, 17, died at the

scene, police said. A third, Tanesha Hill, 17, died at
the hospital, a hospital official said.
"This is a heartbreaking tragedy," Gov. Bob Riley
said in a statement.
Frantic parents went to the scene, where some stu-
dents sat dazed or lay draped in white sheets, or went
to the hospital to find their children.
Hospital officials said staff members had trouble
identifying some of the more severely injured stu-
dents who were unable to talk and had no identifica-
tion on them.
Before help arrived, terrified students tried to
climb from the wreckage.
"They were falling on each other. People were
screaming, yelling, crying," said LaWanda Jeffer-
son, 16, whose left arm was fractured and face was
bruised. "I was scared, panicking and just getting
ready to cry."
Some children called their relatives from cell
phones shortly after the bus hit the ground, Jefferson
was among them.
"All I could hear was screaming in my ears," said
Doris Harris, Jefferson's grandmother. "Scream-
ing and crying and her saying something about the
bus."
The bus was taking students from Huntsville's Lee
High School to the Center for Technology, where stu-
dents can receive special science and math credits.
At least three survivors were in critical condition,
hospital officials said.

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Firefighters at the site of a fire yesterday in the commercial sector of Guatemala City, Guatemala. A cigarette butt thrown into
a stand selling fireworks ignited an enormous blaze in the largest open-air market in the country.
Fire rages throug hmarket
in Guatemala,kllig1

GUATEMALA CITY (AP) - A
fire raged through Guatemala's
largest open-air market yesterday,
killing 15 people, officials said.
Merchants claimed a cigarette
touched off the blaze.
The fire broke out in an area
of illegal fireworks stands, set
up temporarily near a section of
the permanent market shops, fire
department spokesman Ricardo
Lemus said.
Fireworks are popular during
the holidays.
The blaze quickly destroyed

about 40 of the permanent mar-
ket's thousands of shops, which
are spread across an area more
than 2 square miles in size.
Some merchants stayed inside
their stalls to protect their mer-
chandise "instead of taking off
running like I did," said vendor
Roberto Marroquin.
Lemus said that some who
stayed behind were asphyxiated
by toxic fumes. He put the death
toll at 15.
Officials said the cause of
blaze was still under investiga-

tion. But fireworks vendor Car-
los Balan told The Associated
Press that a still-burning ciga-
rette butt accidentally landed in
a fireworks stall, setting off fire-
works and sparking a blaze that
spread rapidly.
Several other merchants, who
did not identify themselves, told
the AP the same story.
Hundreds of firefighters man-
ning 40 trucks fought the blaze.
Lemus said two firefighters were
treated for smoke inhalation and
burns.

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