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SOther Towers Off the Beaten Path

WEDNESDAY:
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Students protest UC tuition hike

WORKING THE CROWD

Between 30 and 50 protestors
from UCLA and other UC campus-
es barricaded themselves inside a
UCLA building Thursday morning
while thousands more demonstrat-
ed across campus in anticipation
of UC Regents' approval of a plan
to raise tuition by 32 percent, the
Daily Bruin reported.
The Regents approved the two-
phase tuition increase through
2011 for all UC campuses Thurs-
day afternoon, according to the
Daily Bruin.
The Los Angeles Times reported
that the occupation lasted about 18
hours and yielded 41 arrests. How-
ever, the Daily Bruin reported zero
arrests pending an assessment of
damage done inside the occupied
building.
The Daily Bruin reported that
the occupation forced University
officials to te'mporarily close the
hall and cancel classes and servic-
es offered there.

KKK PROTEST OUTSIDE OLE
MISS-LSU FOOTBALL GAME
At the University of Mississippi
about 12 members of the Ku Klux
Klan gathered Saturday before the
university's football game, the Asso-
ciated Press reported.
KKK Great Titan Shane Tate told
The Daily Reveille - LSUs newspa-
per - Thursday that Klan members
would protest the Ole Miss Chan-
cellor's decision to remove the song
"From Dixie With Love" from the
marching band's songlist.
Jones asked the band to remove
the song after fans ignored a request
that they drop the customary chant
"The South will rise again" fromthe
end of the song, The Daily Reveille
reported.
Tate told the Daily Mississippian
that Klan members would bein full
ceremonial dress, but that the rally
would be a "silent protest" in sup-
port of free speech.

STUDENTS RECEIVE
MODIFIED EDITION OF'ON
THE ORIGIN OF SPECIES'
Students on University of Min-
nesota and Purdue University
campuses received free copies of
"On the Origin of Species" Thurs-
day in light of the book's 150th
anniversary this month, The Asso-
ciated Press reported.
The books, however, included
one major modification: a 50-page
introductionby notable evangeli-
cal leader and Minister Ray Com-
fort explaining creationism and
refuting evolution.
The giveaways were part of a
nationwide effort led by Comfort
and actor Kirk Cameron, both
members of the Living Waters
ministry - a national evangelical
organization - to promote cre-
ationism and inspire discussion,
the AP reported.
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Football head coach Rich Rodriguez speaks to the crowd at
the Go Blue, Beat OSU pep rally last Friday on the Diag.

CRIME NOTES
Bag with phone, Tailgate party
tickets stolen gets hot

CAMPUS EVENTS & NOTES

WHERE: Central Campus Rec-
reation Building
WHEN: Friday at about S:15 p.m.
WHAT: A backpack containing
a cell phone, $60 and football
tickets was stolen from the first
floor men'slockerroom, Univer-
sity Police reported.

WHERE: University Golf
Course
WHEN: Saturday at about 9 a.m.
WHAT: A small fire started
from a barbecue pit at a tailgate
party, University Police reported.
Police extinguished the fire.

Open gender
discussion
WHAT: An open discussion
and support group for indi-
viduals questioning their
sexuality. The group meets
every other Monday.
WHO: Spectrum Center
WHEN: Tonight from 8 to
10 p.m.
WHERE!Mirhivn Unin

, : e Wnr V1C cii ganinon
Vendingmachine
Fake parking |.
takes abeating Volunteers in
permits sold E a .m
WHERE: DuderstadtBuilding i Action zlleetllg

Smoke-free
forum .
WHAT: A forum for under-
graduate smokers to give
input about the University's
initiative to go smoke-free
in 201.
WHO: University Health
Service
WHEN: Tonight from 5 to
6 p.m.
WHERE: Health Service
CORRECTIONS
* A viewpoint in Friday's
edition of the Daily, 'Party
lIke it's 1969' incurre-tly
identified one of the span.
sors of the Go Blue, Beat
OSU pep rally as the Michi-
gan Student Association.
The Michigan Student
Assembly was the correct
sponsor of the event.
0 Please report any error
in the Daily to correc-
tions@michigandaily.com.

U.S. Customs agents at Los
Angeles International Air-
port stopped a man who
had 15.live lizards stuffed into
his money belt, The Los Ange-
les Times reported. The man
was returning from Australia
with a variety of lizards valued
at $8,500.
The Varsity Hockey team
broke its five-game losing
streak, the longest skid in
21 years, with a 4-1 victory over
Bowling Green on Saturday.
>FORMORE,SEESPORTSMONDAY,PAGETB
A man from Hong Kong
will pay $420,000, includ-
ing taxes and fees, for the
rhinestone-studded white golf
glove Michael Jackson wore
when he premiered his moon-
walk on Motown's 25th anni-
versary TV special in 1983, The
Associated Press reported. The
man won the glove at an auction
at the Hard Rock Cafe in Times
Square.

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WHERE:2250 State St.
WHEN: Saturdayat about 8:25
a.m.
WHAT: Policewere unable to
locate an unknown subject sell-
ing fraudulent parking permits,
University Police reported.

WHEN: Saturday at about 4:10
a.m.
WHAT: A suspect kicked in
the vending machine glass on
the first floor of the library,
University Police reported.
There are no suspects.

WHAT: Members of Volun-
teers in Action will meet to
discuss volunteer activities
they have done throughout
the semester.
WHO: Hillel
WHEN: Tonight from 7 to
7:30 p.m.
WHERE: Hillel Student
Lounge

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