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junior Brian Ford eojoys the heach in Pensacola, Florida durnog Spring Break. (ROB MIGRIN/Daily) RIGHT A silhouette of a Unoi- MOE N
versity of Michigao student huildiog a house io Florida for Hahitat for Humanity doriog Spriog Break. (SAM WOLSON/Daily) For more phofosoffthe week, gofto michigandilycom.

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Counterfeit cash Car dented after Author lectures Medical artwork
at the hospital being valeted on new book exhibit

WBBERE: University Hespitat,
1500 East Medical Center
WHEN: Wednesday at about
12:15 pm.
WHAT: A hospital subject
was accused of using a coun-
terfeit $20 bill in the hospital
cafeteria, University Petite
reported. The visitor said she
received the bill from an ATM
machine within the Hospital.
An investigation is underway.

WHERE: M-18 Carport, t600
East Medical Center
WHEN: Wednesday at about
:45 pm.
WHAT: A female visitor's car
was returned from Hospital
valet with $100 estimated
damage, reported University
Police. Ittis unknown how
her orange Saturn View was
dented on the door.

Staff member's Sfrom sten
vehicle struck fo tdn

WHAT: Harvard University
Professor Julius Wilson will
discuss his book about being
black and poor in the inner
city, which will be released
March 9.
WHO: National Poverty
WHEN: Today from 4 p.m. to
5:30 p.m.
WHERE: Horace H. Rackham
Graduate School
WHAT: Kids-Pair, a student-
run volunteer event, will cel-
ebrate an entire year of Kids
Programs at the University.
University student groups
will provide many fun activi-
ties throughout the day.
WHO: K-grams
WHEN: Today from 9:30 am.
to 1 p.m.
WHERE: Crisler Arena

WHAT: Dr. Nancy Tilson-
Mallett, a practicing physician
and studio artist, will present
her interpretations of medical
images on silk paintings.
WHO: University of Michi-
gan Health System
WHEN: Today from B am. to
5 P.m.
WHERE: Main Lobby, Level
B2 of the Caner Center
. A news article in yester-
day's edition of the B-side
(Keeping hip hop reel) mis-
identified Walt Lacey as the
sole founder of The Cypher.
Lhea J. Copeland and Erick
Michael also helped start
the group.
" The same article also
incorrectly titled an event
at The Firefly, called Eleva-
tion Sundays.
* Please report any error
in the Daily to correc-

1A 17-year-old boy from
manger Township, Mich.,
escaped death when he
obeyed his father and moved
from the floor to the couch,
the Associated Press reported.
Shortly thereafter, a pickup
smashed into the home and
the family's 52-inch television
landed where he was sitting.
2Americans threw away
mere than BOO billion pias-
tic bags every single year,
according to the environmental
research group Worldwatch.
According to BBC News,
~horses were domesticated
~1,000 years earlier than
previously thought. A team of
researchers from Eeter Uni-
versity, UK, found evidence
suggesting that horses were
used by the Botai culture in
northern Kazakhstan 5,500
years ago.



WHERE: 325 Eisenhower
WHEN: Wednesday at about
10:30 a.m.
WHAT: A grey Audi belong-
ing to a male staff member
was hit while parked, reported
-University Police. The damage
is estimated at $1,000. There
are no suspects.

WHERE: West Quad
WHEN: Wednesday at about
11:15 a.m.
WHAT: A male student's dark
blue Schwinn Le Tour bicycle
was stolen from a West Quad
bike rack, University Police
reported. The bike was worth
$150 and was stolen while left

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