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KAMPFER
From Page 1A
Kampfer was released from the
hospital Sunday after being held
for precautionary measures, ac-
cording to Michigan officials.
"I have a strained neck right
now," Kampfer told the Detroit
Free Press in a Sunday phone in-
terview. "I had no relapse of what
happened earlier. Hopefully, I'll be
back this weekend."
Conboy's initial hit was pre-
sumably in retaliation against
Kampfer for knocking Tropp off
his skates with a clean open-ice hit
moments earlier. Tropp received
a five-minute major for slashing,
two 10-minute misconducts and
a double game-disqualification,

which means a minimum three-
game suspension. But Conboy was
just penalized with a double minor
for roughing.
"I don't want to comment on it
because I didn't see it," Michigan
coach Red Berenson said after Sat-
urday's game. "Their coach said
he would deal with their player."
After the game, Michigan State
coach Rick Comley quickly con-
demned his players' actions.
"They fought hard, and what
happened at the end is not good
for hockey," Comley told the State
News. "I'll deal with our kid."
Senior News Editor Trevor
Calero, Daily Sports Writer
Gjon Juncaj and Managing
News Editor Jacob Smilovitz
contributed to this report.

Ex-'U' student caughtin sex sting

Student arraigned
for prostitution,
using computer to
commit a crime
By STEPHANIE STEINBERG
Daily StaffReporter
A former University student was
arraigned Thursday for engaging in
prostitution and using a computer
to commita crime.
Diane Brown, spokeswoman
for the University's Department
of Public Safety, said the Ann Ar-
bor Police Department received an
anonymous tip in November about

someone who was conducting
prostitution. AAPD investigators
staged a sting at an Ann Arbor hotel
in which an investigator posed as a
prospective client.
The 21-year-old Ann Arbor na-
tive was arrested on site, and pros-
ecutors subsequently authorized
two misdemeanor charges for pros-
titution/soliciting and using a com-
puter to commit a crime.
Brown said the woman had ad-
vertised her . services on several
online sites, but her prostitution
activity is a more serious crime.
"There are a lot of things that
are out on the Internet that are il-
legal activities that are rarely dealt
with," Brown said. "Her illegal ac-
tivity was the incident at the hotel.

If a prosecutor reviews the case and
sees that the computer was also a
part of contributing to the crime,
then they will add on that second
charge of using a computer to com-
mit a crime. "
Defense attorney Nicholas Rou-
mel said the incident is not what
people might envision as stereo-
typical prostitution.
"I think it's a somewhat sym-
pathetic situation," he said. "I'm
hoping there will be a reasonable
outcome."
According to Brown, the woman
wasn't registered for classes this se-
mester or last semester but was en-
rolled at the University last winter.
University spokeswoman Kelly
Cunningham said she couldn't

comment about why the woman
dropped out of the University due
to privacy reasons.
This is the second case in the last
month where a student associated
with the University has advertised
herself online.
Brown said this incident was
unrelated to last month's sex case
where a University professor solic-
ited sexual acts from a law student
who advertised on Craigslist to
help pay tuition costs.
Yaron Eliav, associate professor
in the Department of Near East-
ern Studies, and the Law School
student both pleaded no contest
to a misdemeanor charge of using
a computer to commit a crime in
December.

TOEFL
From Page 1A
Other exams are administered on
a computer, which MELAB pro-
moters argue can be intimidating
and problematic with technology
glitches.
The English Language Institute
attributes the popularity of the
exam to the MELAB's ability to ac-
commodate numerous test takers
because with a paper-based exam,
limited computer availability isn't
an issue.
The roughly three-hour exam
costs $80, with an additional $40
for the oral exam. The TOEFL
costs $140 and has paper and In-
ternet test-taking options.
The English Language Insti-
tute, founded in 1941, has gained
recognition for its language re-
search and teaching programs.
Today it's well-known for its

testing resources, including the
MELAB.
Additionally, the center plans to
promote the program and encour-
age those schools that have not yet
made MELAB acceptable in their
admissions to do so. While the
MELAB has experienced notable
growth, it is currently nowhere
near as widely-accepted as the
TOEFL.
About 250 institutions accept
the MELAB. The TOEFL is cur-
rently accepted by more than
6,000 institutions inmore than 130
countries.
MELAB Coordinator Barbara
Rose said the market for English
language proficiency exams is
likely to continue growing.
"It's flourishing. As more and
more people come to the U.S. and
Canada to further their education,
they have to show their English
proficiency," Rose said. "We're
very busy."

Two surgeon generals to talk at event

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'rs, Carmona will tied "Public Health Leadership
to Improve the Health of Young
cuss the state of People."
The anticipated highlight of the
youth health day will be the surgeon generals'
panel that is set to include ques-
orrow in League tions from the audience about pub-
lic health issues.
By EMILY ORLEY Joycelyn Elders, the 15th U.S.
For the Daily surgeon general, and Richard Car-
mona, the 17th U.S. surgeon gen-
former surgeon generals eral will take questions and speak
articipate in a symposium throughout the day.
mpus tomorrow aimed at Also included in the event is
sing strategies to improve Marian Wright Edelman, the
alth of young people. founder and president of the Chil-
Office of Public Health dren's Defense Fund.
e, a part of the School of Elders is currently a pediatri-
Health, will host its fifth cian and public health adminis-
practice symposium enti- trator. She was a vice admiral in

the Public Health Service Com-
missioned Corps and the first
African-American appointed to
U.S. surgeon general, when then-
President Bill Clinton appointed
her to the post.
Carmona is currently a physi-
cian and public health admin-
istrator. He was also a vice
admiral in the Public Health Ser-
vice Commissioned Corps. Presi-
dent George W. Bush appointed
him to the post of surgeon general
in 2002.
The event will take place tomor-
row at theLydia Mendelssohn The-
ater in the Michigan League. It will
begin at 10 a.m. and conclude at
4:30 p.m.
There will also be a live Internet

video cast.
Victor J. Strecher, a profes-
sor and director at the Center for
Health Communications Research
at the University's School of Public
Health and Medicine, will speak at
the luncheon, which is also part of
the symposium.
The purpose of the day is to
examine the issue of public health
leadership and how it relates to
the complexity of youth health.
The event is also a forum for public
health officials and leaders to gain
insight on how to address the chal-
lenges of improving the health of
young people.
For more information or to
register for the event, contact the
Michigan League.

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For Tuesday, Jan. 27, 2009
ARIES
(March 21 to April 19)
This is an excellent day for friendship
and enjoying the company of acquain-
tances. It's easy to feel warmhearted and
friendly with everyone. Someone is
interested in your hopes and dreams for
the future.
TAURUS
(April 20 to May 20)
Others notice your sympathy to some-
one and your openhearted generosity to
others. This is certainly an opportunity
to demonstrate kindness to others.
GEMINI
(May 21 toJune 20)
Your appreciation of beauty is height-
ened today. Visit galleries, museums,
beautiful places, buildings with interest-
ing architecture and parks. Enjoy the
beauty of your surroundings.
CANCER
(June 21to July 22)
Feelings of sympathy make you want
to share something that is perhaps jointly
owned with someone else. Or you might
do fundraising or lobby on the behalf of
those who need help.
LEO
(July 23 to Aug. 22)
Conversations with partners are mutu-
ally sympathetic and mutually sensitive.
Each of you knows where the other one
is coming from. It's as if you can read
each other's thoughts.
VIRGO
(Aug. 23 to Sept. 22)
Co-workers are sympathetic, and vice
versa, today. Someone might confide in
you or, in turn, you might find a sympa-
thetic ear to talk to.
LIBRA
(Sept. 23 to Oct. 22)
Feelings of love and romance are
heightened today. You're in touch with
your creativity, and you're extra sympa-
thetic with children (should the opportu-
nty arise).

SCORPIO
(Oct. 23 to Nov. 21)
A family member might need your
input today. Or perhaps others need a
shoulder to cry on. This, of course.
works both ways. You might be grateful
when you talk to a family member.
SAGITTARIUS
(Nov. 22 to Dec. 21)
Parties will easily come to an agree-
ment today if you're negotiating, signing
contracts or wheeling and dealing in any
way. Conversations with siblings are
friendly and warmhearted.
CAPRICORN
(Dec. 22to Jan. 19)
You might be tempted to spend money
today on something quite luxurious.
You're definitely ready to give in to your
wants as opposed to your needs.
AQUARIUS
(Jan. 20to Feb. 18)
Because you feel full of warmth and
kindness today, it's easy to be sympa-
thetic and understanding with others.
Others will feel this and be friendly to
you in kind.
PISCES
(Feb. 19to March 20)
You feel kindhearted to everyone
today. You'll definitely put the needs of
others before your own, because i's a
happy choice to make. You feel generous
to all.
YOU BORN TODAY You hare
bright, childlike, intelligent energy. You
learn anything quickly, and many of you
develop skills very young. In fact, some
could bea child prodigy. You constantly
seek new ways to be challenged.
(Patience might be your ultimate chal-
lenge!) You are quick to make friends,
and quick to fall in love. An important
choice awaits you this year. Choosc
wisely.
Birthdate of: Jerome Kern, composer:
Bridget Fonda, actress; Mairead
Corrigan, Nobel Peace Prize laureate.

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