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2 - Tuesday, November 13, 2007

MONDAY: TUSAY: WEDNESDAY:
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THURSDAY: FRIDAY:
Before You Were Here The Extremist
DUNKED FOR DONATIONS

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on William Street, I overheard ies the Ann
two women who were, for some sity of Mich
reason, overly excited about pur- E-mail subn
chasing Monster Energy drinks. man@michi
Already having taken the cans
out of the stand-up refrigerator, While I'm
another customer stopped the man was wre
women before they could pur- ever looked
chase the beverages. found in ener
He stood in front of them as if The wom
they were breaking a law. couldn't eith
"You know what they put in drinks ende
those energy drinks, right?" he fridge.
asked.
Then it was that annoying
exchange where someone raises A
an issue but doesn't really want Afoot r
to talk about it. The women had
to absolutely beg the man to On Saturd
explain to them which ingredi- I went to Pi
ent could be found in energy ebrate my fri
drinks. After dinn
Finally, the man gave in. the fastest w
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drinks," he said. sity Avenuet

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igan experience? away, my friend turned to me
nissions to gross- and said, "We're going to beat
gandaily.com. them."
It was on.
nearly positive the Without running, we man-
tng, I can't say I've aged to make it down South
up the ingredients University in record time, all the
gy drinks. while contemplating where our
en at the store friends could be on their journey.
er, and the energy We rounded the corner on State
d up back in the Street, half expecting them to
burst out of the Law Quad.
CHRIS HERRING Nothing.
Assuming they weren't trying
to race, we meandered toward
'ace our dorm until a sound made us
turn around and see them run-
ay, my friends and ning toward us.
zza House to cel- We ran toward the door, push-
end's birthday. ing each other out of the way
er, we disagreed on until one of us managed to force
ay to return home open the door.
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LSA freshman Sam Carmell gets dunked during a Go Blue, Think
Pink fundrasier for breast cancer research. The fundraiser has
raised about $15,000 so far, organizers said.

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CRIME NOTES

CAMPUS EVENTS & NOTES

Hockey player WHAT: A student returned Study habits
to her dorm room after a
slips on ice, weekend away to find that her workshop
television and her roomate's
breaks kneecap laptop computer had been sto- WHAT: A workshop on
len, DPS reported. The televi- to better prepare for ext
WHERE: Yost Ice Arena son was valued at about $300, led by LSA Academic Pee
WHEN: Yesterday at about d the l lued Advisors
midnight and h aptop was valued at WHO: LSA Sophomore
about $1,000. Police have no WHO. S A cphmr
WHAT: A student slipped and suspects.nection Series, Academi
fell on the ice while playing a Student Affairs
recreational game of hockey, WHEN: Today from 5:3(
the Department of Public 6:30 p.m.
Safety reported. The man had Door damaged WHERE: Rooms G239 a
a cut on his knee and said he G241, Mason Hall
believed he broke his knee- in attemp ed
cap, but he did not want an
ambulance to be called. break-inr exec on
WHERE: Art and Architecture eco-friendly
Laptop, TV Building automobiles
WHEN: Sunday at about 1:15
stolen from p.m. WHAT: Ford Chairman
breakfonWHAT: Someone tried to Ford will address the fut
M arey over break into a room in the build- of developing sustainabl(
ke ing by trying to pry the door vehicles.
e late off but was unsuccess- WHO: School of Natural
ful, DPS reported. About $50 Resources and the Envir
WHERE: Mary Markley Resi- worth of damage was done to meot
dence Hall the door. Police have no sus- WHEN: Today from 5 to
WHEN: Sunday at about 6:30 pects. p.m.

how
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!er
Con-
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and

WHERE: Rackham Audi-
torium, Rackham Graduate
School
Networking
seminar
WHAT: A workshop on
how to develop a network of
professional contacts to suit
individual personalities.
WHO: The Career Center
WHEN: Today from 7 to8
p.m.
WHERE: Room 1200, Elec-
trical Engineering and Com-
puter Science Building
CORRECTIONS
* An article and headline
in yesterday's Daily (A fresh
start: Michigan 70, Brown 54)
misreported the score of the
Michigan men's basketball
team's win over Brown Uni-
versity on Sunday. The final
score was 72-57.
Please report any error in
the Daily to corrections@
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Friday for graduate students
and Nov. 26 for seniors.
More than 27 million
people are expected to
fly somewhere during the
Thanksgiving holiday season,
The Associated Press reported.
The Air Transport Association
reported that air travel will
increase by about 4 percent
compared to the same period
last year.
Michigan Hockey is
ranked number one in the
USA Today college hock-
ey poll for the first time since
Nov. 21, 2005.
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Harbor pilot investigated-in oil spill
Pilot initially being cleaned up. the bridge's western section.
3 Captain John Cota "has told me The spill, initially reported at
4 ,thought tanker's you could hardly feel anything on just 140 gallons, ended up being
the ship and he must have assumed hundreds of times worse. The col-
damage was mnor from that that there wasn't much lision caused no structural dam-

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SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - A
harbor pilot under investigation
in San Francisco Bay's biggest
oil spill in two decades initially
believed the damage to his ship
was minor, radioing that the vessel
had just "touched" the Bay Bridge,
his lawyer said yesterday.
In fact, Wednesday's collision
ripped a gash in the fuel tak
of the Hong Kong-based Cosco
Busan, unleashing 58,000 gallons
of thick, toxic fuel oil that was still

damage," attorney John Meadows
said. "The ship didn't roll. There
wasn't a loud sound."
Cota quickly radioed authori-
ties over an open radio network to
report the ship had "touched" the
bridge, according to an official with
knowledge of the investigation.
"Traffic, we just touched the
delta span," he said, according to
the official, who spoke on condition
of anonymity because of the ongo-
ing criminal probe. Cota was refer-
ring to one of four supports beneath

age to the bridge, but the fuel has
fouled miles of coast, closed nearly
two dozen beaches and piers and
killed dozens of seabirds.
The ship was being detained at
the Port of Oakland. Crew members
were questioned on board the vessel
beginning Sunday, said Coast Guard
attorney Christopher Tribolet.
Any charges - civil or crimi-
nal - would likely fall under the
negligence provisions of the Clean
Water Act and the U.S. transporta-
tion code, Tribolet said.

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