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2 - Tuesday, April 10, 2007

The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com

PASTRY PASS-OFF

Here's a little ditty

On Saturday night - a cold, Seesomethingth
quiet evening before Easter - I ies the Ann Arbor,
was in Mitch's checking out the sity of Michigan ex
drink specials and some 40- E-mail submission
something guy named Jerry man@michigandai
playing live music.
The music was your typical It was almost like
bar fare of Journey and Oasis comic get heckled.
covers. I don't think anyone was The best part was*
particularly surprised when just went into a dif
John Cougar Mellencamp's after the incident, spa
"Jack and Diane" came on. pain of listening to1
What was surprising, half of the Mellencam
though, was when a (likely DAVE ME
intoxicated) patron tried to
grab the microphone to sing A lesson in
along with Jerry.
Instead of ignoring the sharing
drunk, Jerry stopped singing
and stared at the guy. While I was stand
Then Jerry punched him in of the Diag Party S
the arm. night on a recentv
The guy looked as though scruffy man sitting o
nothing had happened. After he walk asked me whatt
walked away, Jerry mumbled I pulled out my cell
something about how he hated told him the time.
when people thought they could The man then ask
perform. could use my phone.
CAMPUS EVENTS & NOTES

hatembod-
or Univer-
perience?.
s to gross-
ily.com.
watching a
when Jerry
ferent song
ring me the
the second
np song.
KELBURG
ling outside
hoppe one
weekend, a
tn the side-
time it was.
I phone and
ed me if he
I let him.

ANGtLA CtSERE/Daily
LSA Junior Kyle Zimmerman of Campus Crusade for Christ hands
Engineering freshman Nirmish Singla a box of a dozen Krispy Kreme
donoughts in front of the Michigan Union Monday afternoon.
Group members gave out 160 boxes to passersby. Other group
members gave out doughnuts on South University Avenue.

CRIME NOTES
Drunken man

I questioned my decision for
a moment.
But soon enough the man fin-
ished his conversation with his
friend about when the friend
was going to come pick him up
and my phone was securely in
my pocket.
A couple streets away - the
incident behind me - I pulled
out my phone again to call my
friend Megan.
Megan's number wasn't saved
in my phone so I called the first
number listed in my recent calls.
It wasn't Megan.
"Wait! You're not Megan," I
said. "Put Meganonthe phone!"
"What the fuck is going on?
Who the fuck is this?" said the
man on the other end of the
phone.
The angry, deep-voiced man
said he wasn't going to put
Megan on the phone. He was on
his way to meet a friend outside
of the Diag Party Shoppe.
JESSICA VOSGERCHIAN
T HR EE T HINGS YOU
SHOULD KNOW TODAY
A woman was arrested
Sunday for offering two
people $500 to kidnap her
2-year-old son from his father,
KENS 5 Eyewitness News in
San Antonio reported. The
kidnappers responded to an ad
in the woman's MySpace.com
profile.
A New York City couple
who is moving to Arizo-
na today has hired a cab
driver for the move, The Asso-
ciate Press reported. They plan
on taking the cab the entire
2,400 mile trip. The driver is
charging a $3,000 flat rate plus
gas, food and lodging.
Former men's basketball
assistant coach Mike Jack-
son rejoined the Michigan
coaching staff yesterday as new
coach John Beilein's first assis-
tant.
sOFOR MORE, SEE SPORTS PAGE9

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smell of smoke coming from
his Tyler House dorm room,

Summit on

found sleeping DO ereporteu. Katrina
in Union CDs lifted from aftermath

WHERE: Michigan Union noSpaL room

WHEN: Sunday at about 2:15
p.m.
WHAT: Police arrested a
man for trespassing and fail-
ing to produce identification,
the Department of Public
Safety reported. The man,
who appeared to be intoxicat-
ed, was found sleeping near
Mrs. Fields in the Union.

WHERE: University Hospital
WHEN: Sunday at about 5
p.m.
WHAT: A male patient
reported that seven CDs were
stolen from his room some
time between 1:30 and 3 p.m.,
DPS reported.

Student's credit
Dorm dweller card stolen

WHAT: The Roosevelt Relief
Hurricane Katrina College
Summit featuring Lt. General
Russel Honore who com-
manded the Joint Task Force-
Katrina
WHO: The Roosevelt Insti-
tution
WHEN: Today at 1:30 p.m.
WHERE: Michigan League
Take Back the
Night speak-out
event
WHAT: An open meeting
for victims of sexual abuse
to speak out and share their
experiences
WHO: University Women
Against Rape
WHEN: Today from 7 to 9
p.m.
WHERE: Michigan League

Choir concert
WHAT: University Choir
performance.
WHO: University Choir, con-
ducted by Paul Rardin
WHEN: Today at 8 p.m.
WHERE: Hill Auditorium
Arab student
talent show
WHAT: An Arab Talent
Show including singing,
dancing, rapping, stand-up
comedy and spoken word
poetry, open to all students
WHO: Arab StudentAssocia-
tion
WHEN: Today at 9:30 p.m.
WHERE: South Quad
CORRECTIONS
" An article on yesterday's
front page (After arrests, SOLE
presses on) gave the wrong year
for RC sophomore Kate Barut.
Please report any error in
the Daily to corrections@
michigandaily.com.

arrested on
pot charges
WHERE: EastQuad Residence
Hall
WHEN: Sunday at about 11
p.m.
WHAT: A student was
arrested for possession of
marijuana after an officer in
the building responded to the

from eatery
WHERE: South Quad
WHEN: Sunday at about 5:45
p.m.
WHAT: A student called
police to report her credit
card stolen, DPS reported.
The student believed the card
was stolen from a local res-
taurant.

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