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2A - Monday, October 8, 2007

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* p D TUESDAY:
In Othr voy owr Arbor Anecdotes

WEDNESDAY: THURSDAY:
Explained Before You Were Here

FRIDAY;
The Extremist

ID
Two weeks after he approved
editorial using obscenity to critici
President George Bush, the edit
in chief of the student newspaper
Colorado State University was tc
on Friday that he could keep his jc
The entire text of the edit
rial, published Sept. 21, was "Tas
This: Puck Bush." The exact mea
ing of the piece remains uncle;
though editors have claimed it we
intended to show their freedom
publish unpopular opinions.
Although CSU officials decid,
that the editorial was protected
the First Amendment, they scold
top editor J. David McSwanef
his decision to publish it.
ORAL EXAMINATION
Three former professors at 01
Roberts University sued the c
lege on Tuesday, claiming that th
were fired after exposing corrs
practices by President Rich:
Roberts and his family, The Assoc
ated Press reported. Roberts ist
son of evangelist Oral Roberts, W.
CRIME NOTES
Gas grill
malfunctions
WHERE: Michigan Stadium
WHEN: Saturday at about 8:30
WHAT: A gas grill malfunc-
tion was reported from a con-
cessions stand after the gas
was turned on and the grill
did not light immediately, the
Department of Public Safety
reported. There were no inju-
ries.
Car reported
stolen, found
WHERE: Parking lot, 900
Murfin Road
WHEN: Saturday at about 3
p.m.
WHAT: Pour days after a
caller reported a stolen car,
DPS personnel found the
car parked in a University
lot, DPS reported. The car
owner's son, who is a student,
forgot that he had left the

)on't fire me, bro
an founded the college in 1963. side eff(
:ze Richard Roberts allegedly spent a romp
itot money from donations to the col- arise w]
rat lege on, among other things, 11 sod a I
.d renovations to his home and two vanilla:
ob. luxury cars for his wife, Lindsay. yard Cri
to- His wife is accused of spending The
uer thousands of dollars in university Annals
an- funding on clothes, giving scholar- bimontci
ar, ships to her children's friends and zine pr:
vas exchanging hundreds of dollars setts in,,
to in late-night text messages each
month with "underage males," PROTI
led whom she had given university cell Soon,
by phones. student:
led or religi
for WAY TOO MUCH FREE TIME crimina
The Ig Nobel Awards, an annual able to
ceremony honoring bizarre scien- ombuds
tific research, were held Thursday Thec
)ral at Harvard University. lows a 1L
ol1- Among the winners was a sci- student
hey entist who discovered that using sity wh
ipt a bowl that refills itself can make treating
ird people eat more soup but report wouldo'
ci- feeling as full as they did after ported
the eating from a normal bowl. Other adopt cI
vho awards honored research on the

CLASSICAL GUITAR

scts of sword swallowing,
indium of problems that
,ien using the word "the"
paper on how to extract
from cow dung, The Har-
"imaun reported.
awards are given by the
of Improbable Research, a
ily scientific satire maga-
┬░duced at the Massachu-
titute of Technology.
'ECTION FROM THE MAN
Missouri State University
:who think their political
ious views have led to dis-
ition by a professor will be
file a grievance to special
amen for investigation.
creation of the program fol-
swwsuit by Emily Brooker, a
at Missouri State Univer-
Zo accused a professor of
gher unfairly because she
Ct sign a letter that sup-
the right of gay people to
!hildren.
GABE NELSON

Marcas Diaz, a renawned Spanish classical gaitarist, plays
at the Bethlehem United Charch of Christ on Foarth Street
on Satarday eaening, as event hasted by the Ass Arbor
Classical Guitar Society.

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CAMPUS EVENTS & NOTES

car in the lot. It had multiple
parking tickets.
Six bicycles
found broken
WHERE: 600 block of Oxford
Road
WHEN: Saturday at about
WHAT: Six damaged bicycles
were found next to each other,
DPS reported. Police have no
suspects.
Student loses
wallet while
in the shower
WHERE: Couzens Hall
WHEN: Saturday at about 9:30
p.m.
WHAT: A student said his
wallet was stolen from the
bathroom after he had left it
ounclothe bathroom while he
was showering, DPS reported.
There are no suspects.

Lecture from
pro-Israel
speaker
WHAT: Daniel Pipes, direc-
tor of the Middle East Porum,
will speak on the future of
tsrael.
WHO: Israel ID.E.A.
WHEN: Today at 8:10 p.m.
WHERE: Auditorium 3,
Modern Languages Building
National
Coming Out
Week rally
WHAT: National Coming out
Week begins with a rally and
!a door that people can walk
through to come out of the
Icloset.
WHO: Office of Lesbian Gay
'Bisexual and Transgender
Affairs
WHEN: Today from noon to

I p.m.
WHERE: The steps of the
Hatcher Graduate Library
Lecture and
film screening
WHAT: A lecture by Zana
Briski and a screening of the
Academy Award-winning
documentary she directed
about children of prostitutes,
"Born into Brothels"
WHO: Center for the Educa-
tion of Women
WHEN: Today from 2 to S
p.m.
WHERE: Michigan Theatre
CORRECTIONS
. The feature photo cap-
tion on page 3A on Thursday
(Gymnatica on the Diag)
misidentified LSA freshman
Thomas Kelley as Jamie
Thompson.
Please report any error in
the Daily to corrections@
michigandaily com.

10t-year-old boy stole a
school bus and led police
on a 44-mile car chase in
Dumas, Ark., The Associated
Press reported. The bus trav-
eled roughly 25 miles per hour
during the chase. After real-
izing the culprit was 10, police
returned him to his parents
2Two Wal-Mart employ-
ees were married in
their Springfield, Ohio
Wal-Mart yesterday, The AP
reported. The store manager
suggested they marry in the
same spot that they met. An
"Attention Wal-Mart shop-
pers" announcement inter-
rupted their wedding.
Zachary Levi, the star
of NBC's new comedy
~"Chuck," was previously
seen acting in the Martin
Lawrence film "Big Momma's
House 2."
>>FOR MORE, SEE ARTS, PAGE 8A

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