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2A - Monday, November 26, 2007

Sioux oppose North Dakota nickname
The University of North Dakota's School officials told the Houston employees, the Supreme Co
"Fighting Sioux" moniker took another Chronicle that they hoped the plan that the public was entitled to
hit last week after the state's Standing would help the school remain vibrant salaries of members of the r
Rock Sioux Tribe voted not to permit during the usual summer lull, when program.
the college to keep its controversial most students are at work or on vaca-
nickname and logo. tion. PAPER THIEVES
The NCAA and the University of The plan, expected to cost about $3 Police at Nicholls State L
North Dakota reached a settlement last million, will be covered by the state of in Thibodaux, La. are inves
month saying the university had three Texas. series of incidents- in which
years to obtain permission from the were found stealing bundles
Spirit Lake Nation and the Standing JOE PA'S PAYCHIECK of the school's student newsp:
Rock Sioux Tribe to keep the logo and The Pennsylvania Supreme Court Police caught two students:
nickname. The NCAA had previously ruled last week that Penn State Uni- hundreds of copies of the n'
placed North Dakota on a list of schools versity must disclose the salary of Joe apparently to protect the r
facing sanctions for potentially offen- Paterno, the school's head football of a friend who had been a
sive logos or nicknames. coach. The case arose after the Harris- rape, The Nicholls Worth
The schools are restricted fromusing burg Patriot-News requested the sala- The newspaper had a front p
their names and insignia in postseason ries of Paterno and three other Penn detailing the student's ar
play and from hosting championship State employees from a state agency charges.
games. governing retirement benefits. Police suspect that fourc

urt ruled
know the
etirement
University
tigating a
students
of copies
aper.
removing
ewspaper,
eputation
ccused of
reported.
page story
rest and
other stu-

SUMMER SAVINGS
In an effort aimed at energizing the
school's campus over the summer and
helping students graduate early, Texas
A&M University announced plans to
charge half-price tuition for in-state
students for summer classes next year.

The university, which was ordered to
release the figures, chose to challenge
the agency's decision, arguing that
the public could not demand private
employee information.
Although the state's Right to Know
Act does not require state-funded
institutions to disclose salaries for all

dents were involved in stealing the
bundles. University officials said the
alleged crime is serious, not only
because it restricted the freedom of the
press but because students pay for the
publication of the newspaper with their
enrollment fees.
GABE NELSON

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CRIME NOTES
'U' student
hospitalized
after accident
WHERE: 611 Tappan Avenue
WHEN: Saturday at about 1:35
p.m.
WHAT: A car struck a Uni-
versity student at the inter-
section of Tappan and South
University Avenues, the
Department of Public Safety
reported. The driver of the
car called police after the
accident, and the student was
transported to the University
Hospital's emergency room.
The student is in stable con-
dition, according to police.
Police are investigating the
incident.
Wall near
dock in Law
Quad damaged
WHERE: Law Quad
WHEN: Saturday at about 9
WHAT: A retaining wall in the
Law Quad was damaged, DPS

CAMPUS EVENTS & NOTES

reported. A University main-
tenance worker noticed the
damage to the retaining wall,
which serves as support for a
loading dock that sits inside the
Law Quad. Police are investi-
gatingthe incident.
Driver hits car,
flees scene
WHERE: Medical Center Car-
port
WHEN: Saturday at about 5:10
p.m.
WHAT: An unattended car
parked in the Medical Cen-
ter Carport was damaged,
DPS reported. The person
who caused the damage left
no information, and police
are investigating the inci-
dent.
Food stolen from
Bursley Hall
WHERE: Bursley Hall
WHEN:Friday at about 9:25
p.m.
WHAT: Various food items
were reported stolen from the
Blue Apple Cafe, a store in
Bursley Hall, DPS reported.

Fundraising
lunch for hunger
WHAT: A $3, all-you-can-eat
lunch to raise funds for impov-
erished communities around the
world
WHO: Nourish International
WHEN: Today from 11 a.m. to
3 p.m.
WHERE: Angell Hall Lobby
Hoops coach to
give lunch talk
WHAT: A lunchtime talk by
first-year men's basketball
coach John Beilein at Weber's
Inn; tickets are $9 for mem-
bers and $14 for non-members
WHO: U-M Club of Ann Arbor
WHEN: Today at 11:15 .m.
WHERE: Weber's Inn, 3050
Jackson Road
Discussion on
sleep, inequality
WHAT: A discussion led by
University of Surrey-England
Prof. Sarah Arber about how
sleep patterns differ by race

and socioeconomic status
WHO: University Population
Studies Center
WHEN: Today at noon
WHERE: Institute of Social
Research Building, Room 6050
Lecture on
stomach pains
WHAT: A free talk by Ann
Arbor-area chiropractor Shan-
non Dicks on how to remedy
stomach discomfort through
better back alignment dur-
ing sleep. Pre-registration is
required. Call 734-302-7575 for
more details.
WHO: Whole Foods Market
WHEN: Today from7 to 8 p.m.
WHERE: Arbor Farms Mar-
ket, 2103 East Stadium Avenue
CORRECTIONS
" In a story on the front page
of the Nov. 15 edition ('Suspect
strikes deal in MSA case'),
the charge to which Engineer-
ing senior Joel Schweitzer
pled guilty was identified asa
felony. It was a misdemeanor.
" Please report any error in
the Daily to corrections@
michigandaily.com. j

Internet research firm
comScore Inc.reporteda22
percent gain in online sales
on the day after Thanksgiving
compared with the same day a
year ago, The Associated Press
reported. Sales totaled $10.3
billion on Black Friday despite
economists' predictions that
consumers would shop less
this year because of a slow U.S.
economy.
By beating Minnesota
on Saturday night, the
second-ranked Michi-
gan hockey team defeated the
Golden Gophers in Ann Arbor
for the first time since 1997 and
won the College Hockey Show-
case for the first time since
2002.
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tration appointments for
the Winter 2008 term
begin today for undergradu-
ate courses.

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