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M0NDAY~ WEDNESDAY:

MONDAY: TUESDAY: WEDNESDAY:
In Other Ivory Towers Arbor Anecdotes Before You Were Here
Late-nigaht peas antries

THURSDAY:
Campus Characters

FRIDAY:
The Extremist

LATIN STEPS

On Friday night, my room-
mate and I decided to take a
night off from going out. We
opened our screen door that
opens to a sidewalk, felt the
cool night breeze, and watched
a little late night TV, the sound
of which mingled with the
clipped cadence of high heels
heading to the nearest party
and. renditions of "Lollipop"
being shouted in the streets.
All of a sudden, though,
pounding interrupted our
somewhat serenity. We looked
up to see an unfamiliar face
smooshed against the window
asking, "Do you know where
Michigan Ave is?"
Taken aback, we gave each
other looks. She repeated, "Do
you know where Michigan Ave
is? Can you look it up?" Recov-
ering our senses, we invited
them in.
After a little Mapquest and
a lot of drunken lovespeak,

See something that embod-
ies the Ann Arbor or Univer-
sity of Michigan experience?
E-mail submissions to
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we wrote them directions and
sent them on their way. On
their way out, I saw that their
shoes were sitting just outside
the door. When I commented,
they said they didn't want to
get our apartment dirty. We
were stunned.
Here's to you, well-man-
nered drunks: your mothers
would be proud. Sort of.
KAYLA FRICK AND
MEGHANLIROFF
Pizza perils
I was hungry, so I biked to
Cottage Inn and got a loaded
deep-dish pizza. I was no more
than ten feet out of the park-

ing lot when my handlebar
grip popped off, launching me
and my prize into the middle
of Packard. As I was gathering
my bearings and dragging my
bike to the curb, a car ran over
my precious pizza.
Completely distraught but
still starving, I trudged back
inside to order another pizza.
Until I realized I didn't have.
any more money on me.
I had resigned myself to
going home empty-handed and
empty-stomached, when the
kind soul behind the counter
told me, "Your pizza will be
ready in ten minutes." I polite-
ly refused, and she politely
reiterated:
Exuberant at my fortune,
I rode the bike home and ran
back to Cottage Inn to pick
up my replacement. It was the
most delicious pizza I have
ever eaten.
ANDREW KOLTONOW

Public policy junior Fernanda Gregorio, a member of the mSalsa club, gave
Salsa lessons in the Michigan Union last night. The group offers lessoAs
for $5every Monday evening.

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CRIME NOTES
Injured man Student hits
taken to hospital head on bed

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CAMPUS EVENTS & NOTES

Workshop for WHERE: Weill Hall, Room
LSA students
oecsuresonme
on business fobs
environment

WHERE: Law Quadrangle
WHEN: Sunday at about 6:30
a.m.
WHAT: A man requested to be
taken by ambulance to the Uni-
versity Hospital Emergency
Room, saying he was in severe
pain and was unable to walk,
University Police reported.
There was no cause of injury,
police said.

WHERE: Mosher-Jordan Resi-
dence Hall
WHEN: Sunday at about 9 a.m.
WHAT: A resident of Mosher-
Jordan Hall hit their head on a
bed in a dorm room, University
Police reported. The subject
was taken to University Hos-
pital to seek treatment for the
bloody wound.

WHAT: LSA Pre-Business
Advisor Susan Doyle talks
about how to use a liberal
arts degreee to get business-
related jobs
WHO: Student Academic
Affairs
WHEN: Tonight at from 5:30
to 7 p.m.
WHERE: Angell Hall, Room

Purse robbed at Vehicle damaged 3222
president's home in hit-and-run .c .
Discuss1ilon

WHAT: A lecture by Prof.
Mike Wiley on land use, cli-
mate change and rivers
WHO: The School of Natural
Resources and Environment
WHEN: Today at 5:30 p.m.
WHERE: Dana Building,
Room 2024
CORRECTIONS
A story in yesterday's edi-
tion of the Daily (Through
games, engineers aim to build
teamwork) misidentified
Danny Hsiao as Chao. Hsiao
is the University of Michi-
gan Engineering Council's
Director of Leadership.
Please report any error in
the Daily to corrections@
michigandaily.com.

India is now the first coun-
try to convict a person of a
crime using evidence from
a brain scanner, The New York
Times reported. The device
is said to reveal if a suspect
remembers details of the crime
in question and is deemed to be
promising but highly contro-
versial.
The University of Mich-
igan-Flint campus hopes
to eventually increase its
enrollment to 10,000 students,
with between one-quarter
and a third of those students
living on campus.
>FOR MORE, SEE PAGE 4
3 A London couple has
been reunited with their
cat Dixie, which they
lost nine years ago, Reuters
reported. Authorities found
the 15-year-old cat, identified
her microchip, and returned
her to the owners.

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WHERE: President's House,
710 E. University Ave.
WHEN: Sunday at 6:15 p.m
WHAT: An unknown person
stole $45 from an unattended
purse sometime between 4:30
and 5:30 p.m, University Police
reported. Police have no sus-
pects.

WHERE: Parking Lot C-5, 900
South University Avenue
WHEN: Sunday at about noon
WHAT: A parked University
vehicle was hit by an unknown
subject, University Police
reported. The driver's side rear
wheel well was hit. Police have
no suspects.

working abroad
WHAT: Panel discussion
about international careers
and studying abroad
WHO: International Center
WHEN: Tonight from 7:30
p.m. to 9 p.m.

OPPORTUNITY FAVO RS
THE PREPARED MIND
WHAT: BlackRock Information Session
SPEAKER: John Nichols
Managing Director
BlackRock Solutions
Class of '88
WHEN: Tuesday, September 23
6:00 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
WHERE: Michigan League
Hussey Room
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