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The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com
NEWS BRIEFS GRA
From
WASHINGTON
Report shows and.
explosives can get marke
past airport security In
lit P(
Government investigators smug- lin d
gled liquid explosives and detona- stude
tors past airport security, exposing teased
a dangerous hole in the nation's by Ne
ability to keep these forbidden "Th
items off of airplanes, according to kind i
a report made public yesterday. good
The investigators learned about jokes,
the components to make an impro- Hi
vised explosive device on the Inter- poon
net and purchased the parts at undei
local stores, said the report by the Ipps
Government Accountability Office. adore
These covert tests were conducted ed as
at Transportation Security Admin- trato
istration checkpoints at 19 airports It
in March, May and June of this rial t
year. came
InAugust2006,theTSAchanged an e
its screening policies after officials Publi
foiled a plot to use liquid explosives fessor
to blow up commercial airlines of Gra
headed toward the U.S. "N
to hi
RALEIGH, N.C. unive
his s
Obama can't ind unwa
.the ri
records from time Gram
father
in state Senate Sch
Jeffre
Barack Obama, who's been scold- Gram
ing Hillary Rodham Clinton for not descr
hastening the release of records Gram
from her time as first lady, says he gradu
can't step up and produce his own tion l
records from his days in the Illinois schoo
state Senate. MacK
He says he hasn't got any. becam
"I don't have - I don't maintain Ma
- a file of eight years of work in the he wa
state Senate because I didn't have chuse
the resources available to maintain Gram
those kinds of records," he said at "raise
a recent campaign stop in Iowa. ie-Ma
He said he wasn't sure where any the i
cache of records might have gone, Tech
adding, "It could have been thrown
out. I haven't been in the state Sen-
ate now for quite some time."
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J.
Illegal gambling
ring busted in
casino poker room n
An illegal sports gambling ring
run out of a high-stakes poker room
in an Atlantic City casino was bust- Iyu
ed yesterday, authorities said, and
18 people were arrested, including havel
four with mob ties.
Since March 2006, the ring took
in $22 million in bets on college and Re
professional football and basketball
in the poker room of the Borgata t01
Hotel Casino & Spa, said New Jer-
sey Attorney General Anne Mil-
gram.
The off-the-books exchanges of
cash and casino chips were unrav-
eled only when an informant told
authorities what to look for using
the casino's eye-in-the-sky surveil-
lance cameras, Milgram said.
The suspected ringleader of the
operation, Andrew Micali, 32, of MIC

Ventnor, is an associate of Phila- I
delphia mob boss Joseph "Skinny I
Joey" Merlino, according to a New I
Jersey law enforcement official I ig ,
who spoke on condition of anonym- I wisc
itybecause the criminal complaints I a
do not mention any reputed mob I inn
ties. I Penn
Ohio
LAS VEGAS
O.J.'s suspected
heist results in
multiple charges
O.J. Simpson must face trial on
kidnapping, armed robbery and
other charges stemming from a sus-
pected sports memorabilia heist, a
justice of the peace ruled yester- To pi
day.
Defense attorneys had argued
during a preliminary hearing that
the case was based on the accounts
of con artists and crooks, and
they asked for the charges to be
dropped.
Justice of the Peace Joe M.
Bonaventure ruled all charges
in the 12-count complaint would
remain against Simpson and co-
defendants Clarence "C.J." Stewart
and Charles "Charlie" Ehrlich.
- Compiled from
Daily wire reports
3,864
Number of American service mem-
bers who have died in the war in
Iraq, according to The Associated
Press. No new deaths were identi-
fied yesterday.

MLICH
nPagel1A
wrote books on econom-
Gramlich is credited with
cting the current housing
et downturn caused by sub-
e lending.
the opening remarks, Pub-
olicy Prof. John Chamber-
described how Gramlich's
its often good-naturedly
d Gramlich, who often went
d.
'he students responded in
to Ned's generous spirit and
humor, in part by skits and
," Chamberlin said.
s students regularly lam-
ed Gramlich in the school's
rground newspaper, the
Rips, but Gramlich was
d as a teacher and respect-
an approachable adminis-
r, Chamberlin said.
was apparent at the memo-
hat the love felt for Gramlich
from more than his role as
ducator. James Levinsohn,
c Policy and economics pro-
and a colleague and friend
amlich's, stressed his loyalty.
ed was loyal to his friends,
s colleagues and to this
rsity," Levinsohn said in
peech. "In a low-key but
vering way, Ned always did
ght thing."To his students,
lich was a mentor and a
r figure.
hool of Information Prof.
ey MacKie-Mason, one of
lich's former students,
ibed in his remarks how
lichtaughthimas anunder-
ate, wrote recommenda-
etters for him in graduate
l and stayed involved in
ie-Mason's life when they
me colleagues.
acKie-Mason said that when
as rejected from the Massa-
tts Institute of Technology,
lich called the school and
d hell." In the end, MacK-
son got his doctorate from
Massachusetts Institute of
nology.

"What was really important
to me was that he was my men-
tor," MacKie-Mason said. "He
was my hero. He's been a father
figure for to me for 25 years. He
never abandoned me and corre-
sponded with me up until a few
weeks before his death."
University Librarian Paul
Courant, a long-time friend of
Gramlich's, described his profes-
sional interests of how econom-
ics related to public policy.
"I've been personally and pro-
fessionally close to Ned for 30
years, and yet when he died I was
blown away by the obituaries writ-
ten about Ned. They were talking
about a giant and a sage and here
I was mourning my friend," Cou-
rant said. "His style of work was
by turns empirical, theoretical,
comparative, methodological and
institutional. The unified theme of
the work is public policy."
Courant, growing emotional,
then paused for a moment to col-
lect himself.
"I'm sorry, I'm still not used to
it," Courant said quietly before
continuing his remarks.
The last two to speak were
Gramlich's children, Rob Gram-
lich and Sarah Howard, who
spoke together. They told stories
of how their father loved kids
and would never openly teach
them economics. Instead, Gram-
lich tried to teach them through
games and examples, like ana-
lyzing the fluctuating price of
scalped football tickets.
"He taught us indirectly, doing
things by taking a tax out of our
ice cream," Rob Gramlich said.
"Dad was a good teacher but
he didn't teach us through his
books," Howard said.
The audience was asked to
rise and sing along to a song
that reflected Gramlich's love of
baseball, "Take Me Out To The
Ball Game."
After the memorial, Howard
said she was surprised to see so
many people at the event.
"All his students just wor-
shipped him and I was like
'That's just Dad,'" Sarah said.

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