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The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com

MSU police use tear gas to break up party

PEACE SIGN

Police used tear gas Sunday morn-
ing on a crowd of Michigan State Uni-
versity students rioting near campus,
the Associated Press reported.
Police said the crowd at the Cedar-
Fest party became unruly at about 1
a.m. when students threw bottles and
cans at the officers.
Of the 3,000 to 4,000 rioters, 52
were arrested and 48 were ticketed.
Police resorted to using tear gas when
the crowd did not respond to smoke.
CedarFest was an attempt to revive
a tradition celebrating the Final Four
men's basketball tournament. The
city of East Lansing and MSU warned
students to stay away from the event,
which has led to arrests in the past.
LECTURE PROTECTION
A University of Florida professor
is suing Einstein's Notes, a company
that sells students' lecture notes,
Wired magazine reported.
Prof. Michael Moulton and
Faulkner Press claim that the com-
pany violates professors' copyrights,

paying students to take no
they sell before exams.
"The commercial appea
product is that it is a copy
derivative work of that pr
intellectual property," sai
ney James Sullivan repr
Faulkner Press.
The lawsuit threatens cc
like Cliff Notes that sell sumi
copyrighted novels.
STUDENT PAPER GETS THE
The office of Nebraska G
Heineman may ban the Daily
kan, a newspaper at the Univ
Nebraska, from future pr
ferences, The Omaha Worl
reported.
The Nebraskan published
cle last week claiming that e
murderer Timothy Haverkan
as a tour guide at the govern
sion through a work-release p
Jen Rae Hein, a spokes
Heineman, said the Nebrask
disclose its intentions when

tes that uled a tour of the mansion.
John Swartzlander, editor of the
J of the Nebraskan, said the reporter's angle
or close on the program changed after she
ofessor's realized who was givingthe tour.
d Attor- "I think it is an ethically sound and
esenting very good story," he said.
ompanies RE-EXAMINING STUDY ABROAD f
maries of The University of Southern Cali-
fornia will cut credits from certainI
study abroad programs, the Daily
E BOOT Trojan reported, claiming that pro-
ov. Dave grams like Semester at Sea offer little
'Nebras- educational experience. - "
versity of "It's a bunch of Americans seques-
ess con- tered on a boat. If the idea is cul-
d-Herald tural exchange, how much cultural
exchange is going on?" said Sean_
I an arti- O'Connell, a student services direc-
onvicted tor at the USC School of Business.
up works Still, the program has its fans.w
or's man- "If this is my chance to travel and
program. backpack, I'm going to learn so much
man for more and see so much more," said USC Carmpus group Invisible Children and JER EMYsal
an didn't senior Kimberly Aller. ers made a human peace sign on the Diag yesterday
it sched- EMILYBARTON to draw passersby attention to the war in Uganda.
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CRIME NOTES
Disorderly man Student cited for

Polish film

arrested during
Hash Bash
WHERE: The Diag
WHEN: Saturday at about 1
p.m.
WHAT: An intoxicated man
not affiliated with the Univer-
sity was arrested for disorderly
conduct after breaking glass
bottles and harassing passers-
by with vulgar language, the
Department of Public Safety
reported.
Abandoned
purse ransacked
WHERE: The Smith Law
Library, lst floor
WHEN: Saturday at about 8
p.m.
WHAT: A woman reported
several items missing from
her purse after forgetting it
for eight hours on Friday, DPS
reported. Personal items and
vehicle insurance were taken.

MIP in dorm
WHERE: West Quad
WHEN: Saturday at about 1
p.m.
WHAT: A female student was
charged and released with an
MIP Saturday when housing
security found her in a stair-
well and suspected that she
was intoxicated, DPS reported.
Cement block
falls, injuring
man's foot
WHERE: The Diag
WHEN: Saturday at about 2
p.m.
WHAT: Police called an ambu-
lance for a non-University affil-
iate when a cement block fell
onto his foot near the block 'M',
DPS reported. Health techni-
cians found no obvious injuries
and the man refused medical
treatment.

screening
WHAT: A movie called
"Louder than Bombs" about a
Polish man whose experiences
reflect his nation after Com-
munism. The movie is in Pol-
ish with English subtitles.
WHO: Center for Russian
and East European Studies
WHEN: Today at from 7 to
8:30 p.m.
WHERE: Askwith Audito-
rium, Lorch Hall
Talk on women
in jazz
WHAT: A discussion with
panel members from the
University of Michigan
Department of Jazz and Con-
temporary Improvisation.
WHO: The Department of
Women's Studies
WHEN: Today at 7:30 p.m.
WHERE: The E.V. Moore
Building rehearsal room

Talk on climate
change research
WHAT: A lecture by Stan-
ford's Dr. Naomi Oreskes, an
expert on political opposition
to global warming and the
development of its research
WHO: Natural Resources &
Environment
WHEN: Today at 4 p.m.
WHERE: 110 Weill Hall
Concert band
performance
WHAT: A free concert by the
University's Concert Band,
with pieces by Sandler, Offen-
bach, Schuman, Andriessen,
Bennett and Gandolfi
WHO: Concert Band
WHEN: Today at 8 p.m.
WHERE: Hill Auditorium
CORRECTIONS
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A Reading, Pa., man was
hopsitalized yesterday
after crashing his mini-
van in a high-speed chase
with police during which he
stripped naked, the Read-
ing Eagle reported. The chase
began when the man climbed
onto the van's roof while driv-
ing at 55 miles per hour.
Freshman softball stand-
out Jordan Taylor struck
out 14 total batters
againstIowayesterday. Taylor
matched a career high that she
set during the team's Saturday
victory against Illinois.
>FOR MORE, SEE SPORTS MONDAY
The French government
has made contact with
10 pirates that hijacked
a French luxury yacht off the
coast of Somalia on Saturday,
The Associated Press report-
ed. The 30 hostage crew mem-
bers were unharmed. The
hijacking is one of more than
two dozen off the country's
coast this year.

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