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THURSDAY:
Explained

. FRIDAY:
Before You Were Here

A bilingual food fight

PREPARING FOR V-DAY

While sitting in my German
class today, the hysterical depart-
ment head, carried in a large bag
of plastic food. Odd, I thought, as
he plunked it down on the desk. He
had a brief conversation with my
instructor in German, chuckled,
and walked out.
Class continued as usual until
about halfway through when my
instructor grabbed the large bag and
dumped it all over his desk. He then
began throwing the plastic food
items at us, occasionally and franti-
cally referring to the flying produce,
fish and ice cream as "Mein Mitta-
gessen!" ("My lunch!").
Twenty some-odd pieces of plas-
tic food whirled around the class-
room. As we all shouted out the
names of incomingtrauben (grapes)
and hackfleisch (ground meat), I
simultaneously had to duck flying
pieces of brokkoli and eier (eggs) for
fear of direct contact.
At the end of class, my professor
requested we return our food to the
CRIME NOTES
West Quad card W
reader swiped fo
WHERE: West Quad of

See something that embodies the you-know with the female anatomy
Ann Arbor or Un of Mich- while she prodded my body with
igan experience? E-mail submis- cold istruments.
sions to lhaido@umich.edu. "Your ovaries are the size of
M&M's," she said, poking them from
front of the class. Being creative in outside my abdomen. "Is it weird I
interpreting the insutrctions, one told you that?"
student threw his pute (turkey) at "No?" I said. "It's just they look
our instructor. Following suit, over proportionally much bigger in dia-
20 more plastic pieces of food flew grams?"
in an assault towards our instructor. Artist renderings are off, she
He covered his face with his arms said. Ovaries range from the size :
while wailing once again, "Mein of M&M's to large grapes. Also, the 4
Mittagessen!" birth control pill causes ovaries to °
REBECCA DISBROW shrink, reducing the chance of ovar-
ian cancer in women who take it.
Informative exams "Hm, that's interesting," I said to
the woman who was using my com-
I recently went to University pulsorily naked body for a personal-
Health Services for an annual pap ized anatomy lesson.
smear, a quick but demeaning pro- People say UHS lacks the com-
cedure involving almost complete forting, personal touch of a private
nudity and metal stirrups. physician, but I left reassured that
Past physicians who've done the birth control has shriveled my ova- Ann Arbor
service have kept small talk to a ries to the size of raisins so I prob- er hop, Ic
minimum, but my UHS gynecolo- ably won't get ovarian cancer. in prepara
gist seized the chance to play did- JESSICA VOSGERCHIAN ing holiday
CAMPUS EVENTS & NOTES
ater leak Workshop on Not-for-profit
and in attic healthly living career expo

r resident Megan Keefer of the University Flow-
cated in Nickels Arcade, assembles a bouquet
tion for Valentine's Day. Keefer said the upcom-
y is one ofthe shop's busiest days ofthe year.

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Weill Hall

WHEN: Monday at about 4:10
a.m.
WHAT: A housing officer
called to report the card swipe
was removed from a vending
machine in West Quad, the
Department of Public Safety
said. Police have no suspects.
Trespasser
found in
'U' Hospital
WHERE: University Hospital
WHEN: Sunday at about 11:55
p.m.
WHAT: A person unaffiliated
with the University was found
trespassing in the Hospital
cafeteria, DPS reported. The
subject was escorted off of the
property by Hospital Security.

WHERE: Weill Hall
WHEN: Sunday at about 7:50
p.m.
WHAT: A water leak in the
attic of Weill Hall caused minor
damage to the building, DPS
reported. Police said water leaks
are common in campus build-
ings during the winter because
of the cold weather.
Fire alarm
triggered
WHERE: Biomedical Science
Research Buildling
WHEN: Monday at about 12:05
a.m.
WHAT: A fire alarm was
intentionally pulled in the
buildling, DPS reported.
Investigating police found no
problems.

WHAT: A presentation by
Kinesiology Prof. Victor
Katch about healthy choices
and exercise options for stu-
dents. There will be a salsa
dance demonstration from as
well as drawings for fitness
class passes.
WHO: Alpha Epsilon Delta
WHEN: Today at 7 p.m.
WHERE: Michigan League,
Room D
Joint choral
performance
WHAT: An orchestra and
choral performance conduct-
ed by School of Music Profs.
Paul Rardin and Andrew
George
WHO: University Philhar-
monia Orchestra and the
University Choir
WHEN: Tonight at 8 p.m.
WHERE: Hill Auditorium

WHAT: A chance for stu-
dents to explore career paths
in nonprofit enterprises
WHO: The Career Center
WHEN: Today from 2 p.m.
to 6 p.m.
WHERE: Michigan Union,
Second Floor
CORRECTIONS
. A graph in yesterday's
edition of the Daily (Backup
plans) stated that 3,002 gradu-
ating students voted to hold
commencement on the Diag.
In fact, 3,002 students total
voted in the survey.
* In the name edition, an
article (Southern rap duo
thrives on new beats) incor-
rectly said that rap group
Clipse uses original beats.
Several of the beats on the
mixtape were sampled from
Jay-Z, LOX and others.
" Please report any error
in the Daily to correc-
tions@michigandaily.com.

Google announced yester-
day its 2008 International
Model Your Campus Com-
petition. Interested students
can design a virtual version
of their campus using Google
applications. For more infor-
mation on the contest, visit
contest.sketchup.com.
Before it was made illegal,
the state of Michigan man-
dated forced sterilization
for 3,786 of its residents. Uni-
versity employees performed
some of these sterilizations in
the University Hospital.-.
>>FOR MORE, SEE OPINION, PAGE8
An 18-year-old Ron Paul
supporter from Owatonna,
Minn. has been ticketed
four times in the past week for
having a campaign poster in
the rear window of his car, The
Associated Press reported. Dis-
playing the 13-by-40 inch "Ron
Paul Revolution" sign will cost
him $550.

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