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MONDAY: TUESDAY:
In Other Ivory Towers Campus Characters
Snapshots of
the Union
Every Friday, the Daily's photo staff will
select the hest photos from news assign-
ments and around Ann Arhor.
Some mill appear here, the rest will he in
a slideshow on michigandaily cow.

WEDNESDAY: THURSDAY:FRDY
Explained Before You Were Here Poo fteWe

CRIME NOTES
Vehicle collides. Intoxicated
with fence minors cited

CAMPUS EVENTS & NOTES

WHERE: 300 block of South
Observatory Avenue
WHEN: Wednesday at ahout
5:30 p.m.
WHAT: A vehicle struck a con-
struction fence, causing shout
su,ooo in damage, University
Police reported. When potlice
arrived at the scene, the vehicle
was gone.
Student falls at
NCRB, refuses
medical help
WHERE: North Campus Rec-
reational Building
WHEN: Wednesdaysatabout
6:21 p.m.
WHAT: A caller requested an
ambulance for an 18 year-old
male student who had fallen
while playing basketball and was
injured. The studentcrefused
assistance and left the ares.

WHERE: Bursley Hall
WHEN: Thursday at shout t:20
WHAT: Four people, all aged
between 18 and 19 years old,
were arrested for minor in pos-
session of alcohol. Two of the
subjects were University stu-
dents and two were visitors.
Bike stolen,
then found
WHERE: Perry Building, 330
Packard
WHEN: Tuesday at shout 12:44
p.m.
WHAT: A blue Univega Activa
country hike was reported
stolen from a hike rack outside
the Perry Building. The owner
found the hike locked outside
the Ann Arbor Public Library.
An Ann Arhor police officer
was called to retrieve the hike.
Police have no suspects.

Talk on health
care and values
WHAT: Uwe R. Reinhardt,
professor of political economy
at Princeton University, will
give a lecture on American
values in health care.
WHO: Philosophy Department
WHEN: Today from 4 pm. to
6 p.m.
WHERE: Rackham Audito-
rium
Concert of
student music
recordings
WHAT: Third annual concert
of winning compositions by
University of Michigan stu-
dents recorded and produced
hy the University's Block M
Records.
WHO: Block M Records
WHEN: Tonight at 7 p.m.
WHERE: Video Studio, Dud-
erstadt Center

Internat
dance gr
perform
WHAT: Ruhhe
Group, an inte:
ognized dance.
founded in Moi
will give a pert
infuses hip-hoj
contemporary(
WHO: Univers
Society
WHEN: Today
WHERE: Pow(
the Performiny
CORRECTIONS
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TOP Khalil Peaks sells a variety at hasdmade jeweiry
inside at the basewest oftthe Michitan Union Wednes-
day. Peaks travelstfraw his stare, Uniqae Desien, in
Detroit onace a manth ts sell his praducts in Ass Arhar.
(Chase] Van Hahshurg- Lathringe/Oai ly)
BOTTOM Stacks at haaks wait to he said at the Student
Book tachante 15 the Union Wednesday. (Assa take-
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SLIDESHOW ONLINE
Checkaout mare photost;ram this week at
michigandailycom
tional Winnipeg, Canada broke
1the Guiness World Record
up I for the longest skating trail
Dance for the second year insa row, the
an e Globe and Mail reported yes-
r~an~ance terday., The trail, opening this
rnainanlc- month, is 932 kilometers long.
group that was
otreal in 2002,
ormance that 2 Thirty-five states have
y, classical and passed some form of
dance, legislation to ban amok-
ity Musical log in indoor public places.
Though a bill is in the works,
'ar8 te te fm. Michigan is one of the 15 that
e rt Cetrfr doesn't have an indoor, smok-
Ars ing ban.
>>FOR MORE, SEE OPINION. PAGE 4
n Wednesday's 3 President-elect Barack
Daily (Every- Obama, a long-time
)nt they?) Prof.~ comic fan, will appear
was misidenti- in a Spiderman comic, the
rofessor of lin- Associated Press reported.
Berman. The story will be a bonus in
art any error Marvel Comic's Amazing
corrections@ Spider-man #583 and will be
.comn. available on Jan. 14.

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