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The Cavalier Daily, the student Students who had signed up for The protesters, some of whom
paper of the University of Vir- two courses at the University of were students, were protesting on
ginia, came under fire this week Wisconsin at Madison were frus- behalf of 3,500 university employ-
after publishing racially offensive trated last week when they showed ees who went on strike last week.
cartoons. up for the first class meetings and Five were arrested for interfering
One, published Tuesday, depicts discovered that administrators had with public property after they
several black men in loincloths cancelled the classes without alert- blocked the exit to prevent mem-
throwing boots and chairs at one ing the enrolled students. bers of the board from leaving.
another. The caption was "Ethiopi- One of the classes was cancelled
an food fight." Another, published because of a lack of funding. The SETTING PRIORITIES
Aug. 31, shows Thomas Jefferson other was cancelled after a profes- After making national headlines
holding a whip while his slave sor resigned, but an administrative earlier this year for covering up the
Sally Hemings sits on a bed, saying assistant forgot to pass on the mes- murder of student Laura Dickin-
"Thomas, could we try role-play sage to students, the Badger Herald son, Eastern Michigan Universi-
for a change?" reported. ty is now trying to rebuild its image
Students have called for the with a new slogan and advertising
removal of the cartoons' artist, ON STRIKE campaign.
Grant Woolard, the paper's graph- A meeting of the University of As part of the $1-million "Edu-
ics editor. Minnesota Board of Regents was cation First" campaign, EMU will
postponed Friday after about 100 rent advertising space on 12 buses
A ROUGH FIRST DAY protesters flooded into the confer- and 21 billboards in the state of
At least they didn't have any ence room where the meeting was Michigan as well as run radio and
homework or awkward getting-to- being held, the Minneapolis Star cable television ads.
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Jujutsu instructor Chris Deckard practices a hold on Mark
Cuningham of Cincinnati during a jujutsu demonstration at
the MichiganLoagu JoFriday,uThosevCnnbas sponsored by
tho University's Aiki Juutsu Club.
Cameraman Man flashes
drops gear on staff member
football fan WHERE: The Diag
CAMPUS EVENTS & NOTES
WHERE: University Hospital
WHEN: Tuesday at about 2:45
WHAT: A cameraman
dropped a bag full of equip-
ment from one of Michigan
Stadium's photo decks, striking
a man in the head, the Depart-
ment of Public Safety reported.
The man was taken to the Uni-
versity Hospital, treated and
WHERE: Baits I
WHEN: Thursday at about
WHAT: A "Welcome to Michi-
gan" banner was stolen from a
tennocsursnear. aits Resi-
dence Hall, DPS reported.
WHEN: Thursday at about
WHAT: A man not affili-
ated with the University was
removed from University prop-
erty for exposing himself to a
female University employee,
WHAT: A mass meeting for
The Detroit Project, acom-
munity service group that
aims to help Detroit
WHO: The Detroit Project
WHEN: Today from 8to 9
WHERE: Wolverine Room,
Taxi driver Film about
stiffed by fleeing Central Asia
passenger WHAT: A screening of "Fall
WHERE: Lot NC-33 of Otrar," an award-winning
WHEN: Saturday at about 3:35 film about pre-Genghis Khan
am Central Asia
WHAT: A subject who was WHO: Center for Russian
driven to a residence on Hub- and East European Studies
bard Road refused to pay a taxi WHEN: Today from 7p.m.
driver and then fled the scene, to 9 P.m.
DPS reported. The incident is WHERE: Auditorium B,
under investigation. nge
WHAT: A meeting to plan
the Stand Up for Poverty
rally for the global poor
WHO: RESULTS at UM
WHEN: Today at 7 p.m.
WHERE: Espresso Royale
on State Street
Free pool for
WHAT: Women play pool
for free at the Billiards Room
WHO: University Unions
WHEN: Today starting at
WHERE: Billiards Room,
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Recess is being eliminated
at many Brevard County,
Fla. elementary schools
as a result of a new state law
requiring 150 minutes of phys-
ical activity per weekin school,
Florida Today reported.
With its win at last week-
end's Purdue Midwest
Shootout, the Michigan
men's golf team won a tourna-
ment for the first time in two
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The world's first gravy-
ships ended yesterday
in Darwen, REgland, London's
Daily Mail reported. A karate
club became the first champi-
(ons of the slippery event.
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PROVO, Utah (AP) - The body
of a Brigham Young University
student missing for more than a
week was found in a canyon yes-
terday, authorities said, andinves-
tigators were trying to determine
how she fell to her death.
The body of Camille Cleverley,
22,was found at thebase ofa200-
foot cliffeastofBridal Veil Fallsin
Provo Canyon, said Utah County
Sheriff James O. Tracy.
Cleverley's father, Joel, identi-
fied her at the scene, Tracy said,
and it appeared that she had been
dead for several days. The Utah
medical examiner's office took
the body away from the canyon
Provo police Capt. Cliff Argyle
said the woman's body had inju-
ries consistent with a fall, but it
was too early to rule out foul play.
Authorities had been search-
ing mountain trails and the Provo
River for Cleverley, believing she
may have parked her bike and
hiked one of the many trails lead-
ing into the Wasatch Mountains.
A bicycle believed to be hers was
stolen from a bike rack near the
popular hiking spot last Sunday
and turned over to police.
Search and rescue crews and
hundreds of volunteers then
focused on areas around the 607-
foot waterfall. Searchers spotted
the body yesterday afternoon, and
Rice said the clothing matched
the description Cleverley's family
had given investigators.
"The family was always deter-
mined to find Camille," said Rob-
ert Grossman, a spokesman for
the Cleverleys. "They had never
wavered in their determination.
There was never an iota or hint of
A candlelight vigil at BYU last
night became a memorial service.
"We're glad there will be some
closure for the family," BYU Pres-
ident Cecil Samuelson said before
Cleverley, of Boise, Idaho, was
scheduled to start her senior year
on Sept. 4.
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