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2 - Tuesday, March 18, 2008

MONDAY: -
In Other Ivory Towers A

WEDNESDAY:
The Extremist

THURSDAY:
Explained

FRIDAY:
Before You Were Here

Springing prematurely

BUTTERING HIM UP

The air was brisk. The sky was
blue. A few days ago, it was spring,
and the whole campus seemed to
know it.
Outside Alpha Delta Phi, frater-
nity brothers raking sheets of ice
out of their beach volleyball court
talked of "sweet" parties of the
past and dreamed out loud of the
others soon to come.
Meanwhile, down South Uni-
versity Street, Martha Cook girls
had another bout of spring fever.
In their dormitory's grassy yard,
a trio shed their coats and rolled up
their jeans to their ankles. Took off
their shoes and romped through
the mud. Realized it wasn't really
a great idea but pretended to have
fun anyway.
Martha Cook girl or fraternity
brother, sun-dress wearer or flip-
flop bearer, the feeling was the
same: Spring was here. And if not,
we were going to force it.
JESSICA VOSGERCHIAN

A fiery wake up
When I'm woken up at 3:30 a.m.
on a Friday, I expectbigthings. And
by "big things" I mean a friend call-
ing from county prison, or some-
thing. Instead, the vacant house
next door was being consumed by
flames. Markedly more exciting.
My attention, though, was split
between the house and the crowd.
Drunk people are funny, but drunk
people in front of fires are funnier.
The juxtaposition of angst (one
of my housemates was buckled over
crying because she was so scared
our house was going to catch), glee
("Fierce dude, fierce!") and awkward
couples who hit it off at the bar but
weren't quite expecting...this...was a
little like seeing a child being born.
Overwhelming, but beautiful.
When my neighbor remarked,
"I've never actually seen a fire
hydrant being used, except for poor
people bathing," just as firefighters
trooped inside my front door, I con-

sidered my loss of sleep worth it.
LISA HAIDOSTIAN
No pants party
Saturday, I was parked in a lot
near the Union waiting for my friend
to finish an errand. Bored in the car,
I noticed in my rearview mirror two
guys - definitely drunk - playing
hacky sack near the Regent's Plaza.
Standard fare for campus activi-
ties - except for the fact that their
clothes were strewn across the pave-
ment near them.
Hopping, juggling and kicking
around in nothing but boxers and
shoes, these guys had serious skills
and little shame. It took a good five
minutes for my friend to return, and
that was enough time to watch the
game end.
The boys got dressed and walked
away, and I drove off thanking soci-
ety for inventing pants.
ELIZABETHLAI

MAX COL LINS/Daly
Kerrygold Butter representative Julie Curtin provides a
sample to Washtenaw CommunityrCollege sophomore Jim
Detles at the "Al You Ctan' ECared Beef and Cabbage
'east hosted bp Zongermar's Delicatessen pesterdap.

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CRIME NOTES
SUV window explain the broken window.
broken, laptop Student cited for
swiped carrying alcohol

CAMPUS EVENTS & NOTES
Talk on union Rm 2022

WHERE: Thayer Street Park-
ing Structure
WHEN: Saturday at about 9:45
p.m.
WHAT: The driver's side
window of a Pontiac SUV was
found shattered, the Depart-
ment of Public Safety said. A
laptop was stolen from inside.
Police have no suspects.

on street
WHERE: Willard Street
WHEN: Sunday at about 12:50
a.m.
WHAT: Police issued a minor
in possession to a student who
was "very intoxicated," DPS
reported.

WHAT: A talk by Richard
Trumka, the secretary-
treasurer of AFL-CIO about
America's economy and the
Graduate Rmployees' Orga-
nization's possible strike at
the University
WHO: Institute of Labor and
Industrial Relations
WHEN: Today from 2 p.m.
to 4 p.m.
WHERE: Michigan Union,
Pendleton Room
Prof. discusses
wall mural
WHAT: A discussion with
Art and Design Prof. Jim
Cogswell about his mural
in the South Thayer Build-
ing. The painting is titled
"NOTHING TO SAY."
WHO: Institute for the
Humanities
WHEN: Today at noon
WHERE: Thayer Building,

Showing of film
on war crimes
WHAT: A screening of "Win-
ter Soldier," a film about war
crimes in the Vietnam War.
Veterans from the war in Iraq,
the Gulf War, the Vietnam
War, and World War II will
be present for a question-and-
answer session to follow.
WHO: Anti-War Action
WHEN: Today at 6 p.m.
WHERE: Mason Hall, Room
3463
CORRECTIONS
* An article in yesterday's
edition of the Daily (Women's
gymnastics uses subs to beat
three in quad meet) incorrect-
ly said that freshmanKari
Pearce fell on vault. She tied
to win the event.
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A man in Moscow has
produced what he calls a
women's version of vodka,
"designed to be sipped with
salad after a workout in the
gym," Reuters reported. Ads for
the feminized drink feacure a
classy, violet-tinted bottle with
a white skirt blown upwards to
show the label.
Freshman defenseman
Scooter Vaughan skated in
hockey practice yesterday
after missing all of last week
to recover after surgery from a
broken jaw.
>>FOR MORE, SEE SPORTSPAGE9
The Supreme Court agreed
yesterday to hear its first
major broadcastindecency
case in 30 years, the Associated
Press reported. It will decide
whether the government can
ban "fleeting expletives" and
deem it indecent when some-
one accidentally says the word
"fuck" on live television.

BuS . hort-of-breath
Bounrsleinostudent taken to
found broken hospital

WHERE: Bursley Hall
WHEN: Sunday at about 5 a.m.
WHAT: A housing security
officer was checking the build-
ing when he found a window in
the dorm's game room broken
from the inside, DPS reported.
Police have no clues that could

WHERE: East Quad
WHEN: Sunday at about 10:40
p.m.
WHAT: A student reported
having trouble breathing and
was taken the hospital via
ambulance, DPS reported.

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