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TAXI PLAY
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to have jumped in the right direc- anonymo
tion." would b
After hitting Eleby, the taxi for talkie
sped away, only to be found by Millan
police moments later on the 1400 will appe
block of White Street. Police Vagina"
arrested Heys at East Stadium Milla
Boulevard and Park Street soon being di
after. their pre
AAPD Sgt. Richard Kin- them a ft
sey said that although the taxi She d
driver identified Heys as the the play
carjacker, Heys denied any con- As a
nection with the accident. Heys national
could not be reached for com- not have
ment. said. Sh
Heys was arraigned Sunday men wil
for felony charges of larceny, play.
carjacking and hitting a pedes- Milla
trian. men to r
He was also charged with a tutions a
misdemeanor for leaving the
scene of an accident that resulted
in an injury. DONA
Heys, who was released on 10 From
percent of a $20,000 bond, has a
preliminary hearing on Feb. 2L research
It is unclear whether Heys was people p
intoxicated. Kinsey said police Wilpo
didn't test his blood alcohol level hardshi
because the other charges were so cause.
serious. After
"It's like having a body in your injury b
trunk when you're pulled over for sophome
a speeding ticket," Kinsey said. baseball
A man who claims to have been scholars
in the cab with Heys turned him- to the Ut
self in to police earlier this week, Using
but police wouldn't discuss what sity sche
the man told them. the next
Kinsey said there were discrep- graduate
ancies between the man's account "We
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ous because she feared she
e cut from the production
ng to the press.
n confirmed that three men
ar inthe monologue "Angry
in the first half of the play.
n said that because men are
scussed in the monologue,
sence on stage only "gives
ace."
escribed the men's role in
as "nothing but props."
condition from the
. campaign, the men will
e a speaking role, Millan
e refused to say whether
I appear elsewhere in the
n said she chose to include
epresent patriarchal insti-
and also to show that men

can be feminists.
She stressed that the men will
represent both positive and nega-
tive relationships in the women's
lives.
At first, though, Millan consid-
ered having a man deliver one of
the monologues.
Cast members were first
approached with the idea two to
three weeks into rehearsal in Janu-
ary.
Millan said reaction was mixed.
About four weeks later, Millan
and assistant director Nicole Avant
told the cast they had decided to
only use men as extras in the pro-
duction.
The cast membernsaid Millanand
Avant told the cast it was a directo-
rial decision.
"It was ahuge shiftinthe amount
of male involvement.in the onstage
production," the cast member said.

The V-Day College Campaign
contacted Millan in January after
rehearsals had begun about the
inclusion of men in the play. But
Millan said she and Avant had
already decided not to cast a man in
a monologue.
Millan said she hadn't discussed
the idea with the national organi-
zation before that point.
Millan said she ultimately chose
to not cast a man in the production
because of the cast's feedback, not
the threat that the national organi-
zation would pull the play. She said
that was a factor in her decision,
though.
Millan said she did not want to
risk having the play - a fundrais-
er for SAFEHouse, an Ann Arbor
women's shelter - canceled.
"The last thing I want to do is
cheapen my production or cheapen
the women," Millan said.

PARKING
From page 1
increase of $3 per year. The cost of
permits for graduate students will
go up by $6 per year.
Brown said the University isn't
planning on building more park-
ing for students, despite the rate
increase. She said students should
use public transportation - Ann
Arbor Transportation Authority or
University buses - to get around
campus.
"Students shouldn't need to
have a vehicle," she said. "There
are enough means of mass transit
or alternative transportation pro-
grams to get them around campus
and to other entertainment activi-
ties."
She said the University doesn't
have enough space to provide addi-
tional parking space to students.

Friday, February 16, 2007 - 7
Hank Baier, associate vice presi-
dent for facilities and operations,
said parking has long been a prob-
lem at the University.
"It's been like that for a long
time," he said. "If students were in
cars, it would be a mess."
He said more parking for stu
dents would increase road conges-
tion and hurt the environment.
Brown said the revenue from
parking permits is one of the main
sources of funding for the con-
struction and maintenance of park-
ing structures.
She said the University will con-
tinue encouraging students to use
alternative forms of transportation
rather than bring their own cars to
campus.
"We need to keep analyzing and
tweaking so we are meeting needs
of students through transportation
and not through parking," she said.
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TION
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into injuries sustained by
laying recreational sports.
on knows first-hand the
ps sports injuries can
he suffered a rotator cuff
etween his freshman and
ore years that ended his
career, he lost the athletic
hip that had brought him
niversity.
student loans and Univer-
olarships, Wilpon paid for
three years of school and
d in 1958.
want to increase quality of
etting people play (sports)

and minimizing their injuries,"
Wilpon said.
The last $3 million of Wilpon's
gift will fund need-based scholar-
ships for undergraduate students
in the College of Literature, Sci-
ence and the Arts.
Because University President
Mary Sue Coleman has promised
to match all need-based scholar-
ship donations using University
funds, Wilpon's donation means
an extra $6 million of financial aid
will be available.
In a statement, Coleman said
Wilpon's gift demonstrates his
dedication to the University.
"The Wilpons' gift will affect so
many facets of the University," she
said.

OLEVOLOS
From page 1
communities in Africa, Asia, Latin
America and Russia.
"I wanted to put myself out
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tion, where I would learn a lot,"
Gannes said. "After I saw the
place, I considered it my obliga-
tion to show (others) what I had
seen."
Last summer, she went back.
She raised money from family
and friends to donate chickens and
built coops in three areas in Tan-
zania.
Gannes said the chickens are a
gift has kept on giving since she left
Africa.

She will show a documentary
about some of the work she has
done at a fundraiser tomorrow at 6
p.m. at the Michigan Theater.
The event will feature perfor-
mances by MannaFest, a rock
group, and the percussion ensem-
ble Groove as well as a silent auc-
tion of sports memorabilia.
Gannes plans on taking the
money she raises from the sale
of $25 tickets with her when she
returns to the village next week,
where she will meet with contrac-
tors to plan for the construction of
the orphanage.
Gannes has also begun to learn
Swahiliin preparation for aplanned
four-month stay in Tanzania after
she graduates in May.

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For Friday, Feb. 16, 2007
ARIES
(March 21 to April 19)
Now is the time to patch up differ-
ences with others. People will see that
you are sincere about wanting to
improve your relations with them.
(Good!)
TAURUS
(April 20 to May 20)
Talk to bosses, parents or authority
figures in your life today. Find out if they
will give you the resources you need to
accomplish what you want to do.
GEMINI
(May 21 to June 20)
You can easily succeed at getting to
the bottom of something, especially
related to foreign countries, philosophi-
cal studies or dealing with people from
different cultures.
CANCER
(June 21to July 22)
Now is the time to do some serious
research. You could find new solutions
to old problems. You might also see a
better way to divide or share something
with someone.
LEO
(July 23 to Aug. 22)
Look for ways to improve your closest
relationships and partnerships today.
You simply have to respond by listening
sincerely.
VIRGO
(Aug. 23 to Sept. 22)
This is the perfect day to try to intro-
duce reform or improvements where you
work. Similarly, you can make improve-
ments or headway with your own health.
LIBRA
(Sept. 23 to Oct. 22)
Your creative vibes are hot today! You
have firm ideas about a lot of things.
Parents might come on a bit too heavy
with children - lighten up.

SCORPIO
(Oct. 23 to Nov. 21)
Plumbing situations or any kind of
domestic repairs will go well today. This
is a good day to tackle garbage and to get
rid of whatever you no longer need. Just
turf it!
SAGITTARIUS
(Nov. 22 to Dec. 21)
You're unusually persuasive today.
Therefore, this is the day to go after any-
thing you want. You can outtalk and out-
smart anyone you meet. (Well, just
about.)
CAPRICORN
(Dec. 22 to Jan. 19)
You might see new applications for
something you own. Be resourceful. You
might even see new ways of using your
money so that you can make improve-
ments around you.
AQUARIUS
(Jan. 20to Feb. 18)
This is a great day to start a new health
regimen, join an exercise group or some-
thing like that. Do something with the
intention of improving your health and
your body.
PISCES
(Feb. 19to March 20)
Your ability to research and go after
answers is very strong today. You could
discover some secrets. Or you might find
new solutions to old problems.
YOU BORN TODAY You're clever,
witty, spontaneous and entertaining. You
approach life with courage. It's impor-
tant to stay positive, because this is how
you remain productive. You have a natu-
ral love of children and animals. You
value friends from all walks of life. This
year you will wrap up something you've
dealt with for the past nine years. Time
for something new!
Birthdate of: James Ingrain, singer;
Ice-T, actor/rapper; Roberta Williams,
computer-game designer.

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