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Thursday, October 16, 2008 - 7A

OBAMA
From Page 1A
- a few of whom were University
alumni - are going to Indiana and
North Carolina, two traditionally
Republican states that are in play
this year.

U.S. Sen. Carl Levin (D-Mich.),
who is up for re-election this year,
said voters shouldn't take the cam-
paign's decision for granted.
"I just hope that that decision
does not in any way diminish the
energy which is phenomenal for
Barack Obama," said Levin, who
spoke at a College Democrats event

yesterday atthe Michigan Union. "I
hope people dontassume, somehow
or other, that means that Michigan's
going to be for Barack Obama."
Levin said he wasn't too con-
cerned about the decision.
"As long as the offices are there,
the volunteers ate there and most
of the staff is there and they keep

their energy levels up, keep their
edge, I think we're going to be
okay," said Levin, adding that he
was told by the campaign that
staffers would be sent to Pennsyl-
vania, another battleground state.
- A. Brad Schwartz
contributed to this report.

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For Friday, Oct. 17, 2008
ARIES
(March 21to April 19)
Today you will learn something about
how you relate to others. Quite likely,
you'll meet someone new who is inter-
esting today.
TAURUS
(April 20 to May 20)
Because you're eager to get organized
and on top of your scene, don't hesitate
to spend money to get the right tools and
materials to do a good job. Keep your
standards high.
GEMINI
(May 21to June 20)
This is a playful, saucy day for you.
You want to flirt and enjoy good times
with others. The Moon is in your sign,
making you a bit more emotional today,
but also a bit luckier!
CANCER
(Jane 2110o July 22)
If you can find some solitude at home
today, you'll enjoy it. You need some
downtime. You want to cocoon in the
privacy of your own personal world.
LEO
(July 23 to Aug. 22)
Exchanges with others, especially
friends, acquaintances and groups, will
be upbeat and breezy today. You're in a
social mood and eager to learn info and
gossip!
VIRGO
(Aug. 23 to Sept. 22)
Discussions with bosses, parents and
authority figures might affect your earn-
ings, possessions or cash flow. Keep
your wits about you. Remember what
your objective is.
LIBRA
(Sept. 23 to Oct. 22)
This is a strong day for you. The Sun
and Mercury are in your sign, and the
Moon urges you to explore more of the
world. Learn something new. Go some-

place you've never been before.
SCORPIO
(Oct. 23 to Nov. 21)
Privacy or solitude in beautiful sur-
roundings will delight you today. You
need a bit of time by yourself to pull
your act together before you take it on
the road.
SAGITTARIUS
(Nov. 22 to Dec. 21)
Because the Moon is opposite your
sign today, you'll have to go more than
halfway when dealing with others. Be
ready to compromise.
CAPRICORN
(Dec. 22 to Jan. 19)
Whatever you're doing today, give it
your best shot. Important people notice
you now, and they are already
impressed. Why not milk this for all it's
worth?
AQUARIUS
(Jan. 20 to Feb. 18)
Make plans to escape somewhere this
weekend. Travel, sports, fun and pleas-
ure, playful activities with children and
romantic diversions are all at the top of
your list.
PISCES
(Feb. 19 to March 20)
This is a good day to discuss shared
possessions, responsibilities, inheri-
tances and estates with family members.
People are willing to listen.
YOU BORN TODAY You're bold and
daring, and you have a wonderful sense
of humor. You're also very clever with
words. People admire your confidence.
You catch people off-guard because you
have an unassuming manner. You're
actually very brave. You have a strong
urge to constantly improve yourself.
This has been a year of new beginnings;
next year, you'll focus on partnerships.
Birthdate of: Rick Mercer, comedian;
Alan Jackson, singer/songwriter; George
Wendt, actor.

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (AP)
- President Bush visited the area
yesterday afternoon to talk about
the economy over lunch with
bankers and business leaders and
to help raise money for the GOP.
He also surprised some diners at
a restaurant and acknowledged a
woman's long record of volunteer-
ism.
Republican U.S. Reps. Ver-
non Ehlers of Grand Rapids, Pete
Hoekstra of Holland and Tim Wal-
berg of Tipton attended the fund-
raiser at the Ada home of Amway
Corp. heir and 2006 gubernatorial
candidate Dick DeVos.
Republicanofficialssaidtheevent
raised $500,000forGOPcandidates
across the country, including Wal-
berg and Rep. Joe Knollenberg, a
SUSPENSION
From Page 1A
cannot comment because it is an
ongoing investigation," Ablauf
said.
Sources have tied Kampfer to
an incident that took place near
the intersection of Church and
Willard Streets.
University Police Lieutenant
Robert Neumann said Tuesday
that a victim was.picked up and
"body-slammed" to the ground.
Neumann said police have a
suspect, whom he described as
a 22-year-old male University
student from Ohio.
Because the assault is still
under investigation and police
have not yet arrested a suspect,
police would not release the
names of the victim and sus-
pects.
Milano, 22, is from Rocky River,
Ohio, according to the Athletic
Department's website.
The eyewitness described the
person who hit Kampfer as a
short, athletically built blonde
male. He said the attacker was
accompanied by two other men
with athletic builds, and all three
were wearing jeans and black
shirts that read "Get Wet" in red
or orange on the back.
An eyewitness to the incident
said Kampfer wasn't moving after
being slammed to the ground and
appeared to be unconscious. He

Republican from Oakland County's
Bloomfield Township. Both Wal-
berg and Knollenberg face toughre-
election campaigns.
"These are two top targeted
seats that the Democrats are going
after and the Republicans have to
hold," said Saul Anuzis, chairman
of the Michigan Republican Party.
On his way to the fundraiser,
Bush dropped by the Schnitz
Deli and Ada Grill in downtown
Ada, startling patrons who never
expected to be sharing their lunch
with the president.
"I was sitting down eating and
he sat down next to me," Ryan
Kuieck, 27, of Grand Rapids, told
The Grand Rapids Press after
eating a club sandwich with his
mother.
was hospitalized after the inci
dent.
Kampfer watched the hockey
team practice Wednesday, wear-
ing a neck brace while sitting in
the bleachers at Yost Ice Arena.
Berenson said it was the first
time he had seen Kampfer since
visiting him in the hospital soon
after the injury occurred.
Kampfer will wear the neck
brace for at least eight weeks,
Berenson said. wAfter that, doc'
tors will decide whether Kampfer
willbegin rehab or continue wear
ing the neck brace.
A fourth-round NHL draft pick
of the Anaheim Ducks, Kampfer
has one year of eligibility remain-
ing after this season. Berenson
said he is unsure if Kampfer will"
apply for a medical redshirt to
regain another year of eligibility.
"It's too early to say," Berenson
said. "We could redshirt him, but
we wouldn't discuss it until after
eight to 10 weeks."
Department of Public Safety
spokeswoman Diane Brown said
police continue to investigate
the case and have not submitted
an arrest warrant for a suspect.
She urged anyone with infor-
mation about the incident to con-
tact University Police by calling
(734) 763-1131 or e-mailing public.
safety@umich.edu.
- Daily Sports Writer Gjon'
Juncaj and Daily News Editor Kelly
Fraser contributed to this report. 2

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