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2 - Tuesday, October 2, 2007

THURSDAY:
Before You Were Here

An unexpected visitor

POKER C

FRIDAY:
The Extremist
"AME

Yesterday morning, my room- "
mate texted me to let me know See something that embod-
that a boy from California had ies the Ann Arbor or Univer-
followed her home from her sity of Michigan experience?
weekend at Michigan State Uni- E-mamicsubmhigandasgily.com.
versity and was sleeping on our
futon in South Quad.
Upon arriving home, I met fore enthusiastically greeting
Claude "Kip" Henry Miller, a each other. Kip later told me
freshman at the University of that his friend from the elevator
California at Los Angeles and had been his partner on his high
a former track teammate of my school Physics Olympiad team.
roommate's friend. They had not seen each other in
Kip and I decided to go out to years.
Big Ten Burrito for lunch. After a tour of the city, and a
On the elevator ride down, promise from Kip to visit again
Kip told me about the different soon, my roommate and I put our
places he had lived, including new random friend on a shuttle
Mexico City and Los Angeles. to the airport that afternoon.
"When I was growing up," he ALLISON GHAMAN
said, "I lived in Novi, Michigan
for a while."
Out of the blue, another pas- .r
senger from across.the elevator A a flair
called back, "Oh, hey, I lived in .a
Novi, too."forfashion
Kip and the stranger stared
at each other for a momentbe- One afternoon my aunt, uncle

and three young cousins came to
visit me.
My uncle went to the Uni-
versity for graduate school and
he wanted to show his kids the
campus and take me out for cof-
fee.
We were walking through
the Diag, seeing the sites that it
has to offer when the "Bra Guy"
rode by on his bike - you know,
the skinny blonde man who's
often hanging around outside
of Village Corner or the Diag
Party Shoppe and who wears a
bra.
My cousins and aunt were
rather taken aback by his alter-
native attire.
Everyone was quiet for a
mopnent, then my uncle broke
the silence.
"You know, Kerry?" he said.
"I think you have that same
bra. It's from Victoria's Secret.
Right? Hmm, he probably wears
the same size as you."
PAGE REDFORD

LSA sophomore Alan Chern and Engineering junior Bill Kolodzey
play poker in the Michigan Union yesterday night. The game was
part of a free weekly tournament.

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CRIME NOTES

CAMPUS EVENTS & NOTES

Two students Windows

busted in Arb
with pot
WHERE: Nichols Arboretum
WHEN: Monday at about mid-
night
WHAT: Two male students
were arrested for smoking
marijuana, the Department
of Public Safety reported. An
officer on duty found the men.
They were released pending a
warrant.
Man found
unconscious
WHERE: The Diag
WHEN: Sunday at about 8:15
p.m.
WHAT: Police responded to a
call that someone was uncon-
scious, DPS reported. A man
who was not affiliated with the
University was taken by ambu-
lance to the hospital for an
unknown medical condition.

smashed at
library
WHERE: Smith Law Library
WHEN: Sunday at about 8 p.m
WHAT: Three small win-
dow panes were broken, DPS.
reported. The opening was
too small for a person to crawl'
through. Police have no sus-
pects or time frame of when
the incident occurred.
Wallet stolen
from dorm
WHERE: South Quad
WHEN: Sunday at about 8 p.m
WHAT: A male student's wal-
let was stolen while it was
left unattended in a computer
lab on the ninth floor, DPS
reported. The wallet contained
$30 in cash and several credit
cards. Police have no suspects.

Info session
about Dance
Marathon
WHAT: An open meeting for
students interested in partici-
pating in Dance Marathon,
an event to raise money for
children's charities
WHO: Dance Marathon
WHEN: Today from 7 to 9
p.m.
WHERE: Anderson Room,
Michigan Union
Study abroad
info session for
. sophomores
WHAT: A meeting aimed
at sophomores about study
abroad and travel opportuni-
ties. Information about finan-
cial aid will be included.
WHO: LSA Academic Advis-

ing, Office of International
Prograns
WHEN: Today from 5:30 to
6:30 p.m.
WHERE: Rooms G239 and
G241, Angell Hall
Lecture on
modern sport
WHAT: Prof. Andrei Mar-
kovits will give a lecture
titled, "The Global and Local
Dimensions of Contemporary
Sports." Markovits was the
2007 recipient of the Golden
Apple, an award for outstand-
ing teaching.
WHO: Professors Reaching
Out for Students
WHEN: Today from 6 to 7
p.m.
WHERE: the University
Club, Michigan Union
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A judge ordered Britney
Spears to give up custody
of her children yesterday,
citing her party-girl lifestyle,
The Associated Press reported.
Spears's ex-husband Kevin Fed-
erline will take custody of their
two children.
Michigan tight end Mike
Massey is out for the sea-
son with a knee injury. He
is expected to undergo surgery
later this week.
>>FOR MORE, SEE PAGE 8
3A former couple in Chi-
cago owes $80,571 in back
tolls, the Chicago Sun-
Times reported. The couple
accumulated the fines over
two years by driving their taxi
through 1,114 toll plazas with-
out paying. The split couple
disagrees over who should pay
the fines.

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