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2A - Friday, November 6, 2009
MONDAY:
In Other Ivory Towers

The Michigan Daily - michigandailycom

TUESDAY:
Off the Beaten Path

WEDNESDAY: THURSDAY:
Campus Clubs Before You Were Here

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LEFT A bug crawls off the field at Memorial Stadium during Michigae's 38-13 loss
to Illinois as Saturday. (CLIF REEDER/Daily) ABOVE The University of Michigan
Concert eand performs as part of eaed-o-rama, which features performances
by various mosical groops on Satorday. (TOREHAN SHARtMAN/Daily) RIGHT
Memhers of the MUSKET mosical theatre company rehearse as Tuesday for their
upcomine prodoction of "Hair." (MARISSA MCCLAIN/Daily)
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CRIME NOTES

CAMPUS EVENTS & NOTES

Student swipes
energy bar, gets
arrested
WHERE: Michigan League
WHEN: Wednesday at about
9:55 a.
WHAT: A student was arrest-
ed for stealing a Luna Bar
valued or $1.99 from U-Go's
convenience store, University
Police reported.
Gate ignored
WHERE: West Medical Cen-
ter
WHEN: Wednesday at about
8:30 p.m.
WHAT: An unidentified indi-
viduol drove through the gate
on the third level of the park-
log structure, University Police
reported.

Dorm residents The Charlatan
found with pot WHAT: Concert perfor-
mance showing the rare
WHERE: East Quadrangle operetta written in the
WHEN: Wednesday at about f130s by Czech composer,
10:55 p.m. Panel Haas. Student tick-
WHAT: Two students living in ets are on sale for $12 and
the dorms were written up as adult tickets for $15.
suspects possessing marijuana, WHO: Michigan
University Police reported. Union Ticket Office
The quantity of suspected WHEN: Today at a p.m.
marijuana was in encess of one WHERE: Vitosha
gram. Guest Moostnn
License plate Al-oyBn
stolen from car performs
WHERE: East Medical Center
WHEN: Thursday at about WHAT: Keith Terry usinsg
1:30 p.m. his own body Co create
WHAT: A license plate was percussive and rhythmsic
removed from a parked vehicle, sounds in a performance
University Police reported. blending music, dance,
There are no suspects. and theater. Student

G-men perform
WHAT: Showcase of
student performance
groups. Student tick-
ets on sale for $5.
WHO: Michigan
Union Ticket Office
WHEN: Today ate8 p.m.
WHERE: Rackhamn Gradu-
ate School Auditorium
Research grant
workshop
WHAT: Workshop giv-
ing overview on the use
of online and human
resources in getting grants
WHO: Teaching and Tech-
nology Collaborative
WHEN: Today from
1 p.m. to 3 p.m.
WHERE: Harlan Hatcher
Graduate Library, iRoom 206
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according to USA Today.
Woven with a softer fabric, the
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during a collision. Ford hopes
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passengers to buckle up.
2In last year's election,
Michigan became the
13th state to allow certain
patients with specific medical
conditions to use marijuana.
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Musical Society
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