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MONDAY:
In Other Ivory Towers
LEFT Engineering freshman Chris
Parmer works on his two-week
Engineering100 class project, The
class concentrates on alternative
sources of energy and the students
create wind turbines that will later
be tested. (ANNA SCHULTE/Daily)
TOP RIGHT Delon Jones and other
visually impaired students from
the O.W. Holmes School in Detroit
create paper machd puppets for
Festifools at the Kipke Studio on
Tuesday. Festifools is an annual
parade on Main Street featuring
puppets designed by University
students. The students from the
school came to the University to
get a chance to artistically express
themselves. (JAKE FROMM/Daily)
BOTTOM RIGHT Members of the
Basement Arts performance "Traf-
ford Tanzi" at a rehearsal on Tues-
day. The play centers around the
struggles of the protagonist Tanzi.
(MARISSA MCCLAIN/Daily)
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CRIME NOTES
Honda Accord's
tires slashed
WHERE: 2015 Fuller
WHEN: Wednesday at 5 p.m.
WHAT: The tires of a Honda
Accord were discovered
slashed, University Police
reported. The damage is worth
$100 and there are no suspects.
A counterfeit $50
WHERE: North Campus
Facilities SVCS Building
WHEN: Wednesday at about
9:30 am.
WHAT: A parking attendant
reported receiving a $50 bill
that may be counterfeit, Uni-
versity Police reported. The
bill is currently in custody
of the Department of Public
Safety, which will then turn
it over to the Secret Service.
There are no suspects.

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CAMPUS EVENTS & NOTES

Skateboarders Basement Arts's
leave quickly new production
WHERE: Kinesiology Building 'Trafford Tanzi'

WHEN: Wednesday at about -
9:40 p.m.
WHAT: A group of five or six
skateboarders were reported
to be skating, though when
DPS officers arrived at the
scene they weren't skating,
University Police reported.

WHAT: Performance about
a girl who is attemptingto
create a new life in Lon-
don but keeps encounter-
ing traces of her past.
WHO: Basement Arts
WHEN: Tonight at 7 p.m.
WHERE: Walgreen
Drama C ento Stildio IT

Projector, digital "'a. .0
camera swiped Experimental
WHERE: Mason Hall Japanese art

Culture show
WHAT: The GenAPA
Cultural Show is a pan-
Asian show featuring
performances byvarious
student organizations.
WHO: GenAPA
WHEN: Tonight at 5 p.m.
WHERE: Power Center
Asexuality
support group
WHAT: A group to discuss
issues related to asexuality.
It is open to both asexual
individuals and allies.
WHO: The Spectrum Center
WHEN: Tonight at 5 p.m.
WHERE: Michigan
Union, Room 3200
CORRECTIONS
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A U.N. conference of about
120 countries and inter-
national organizations
yielded nearly $10 billion in
donations to aid reconstruction
in Haiti, according to Guard-
ian.co.uk. The money will be
directed toward rebuilding
infrastructure after the earth-
quake there left a million survi-
vors homeless.
2Scandia Wind Offshore,
a wind energy company
in Norway, introduced a
proposal last month for Michi-
gan to implement a $4 billion
wind turbine project.
>> FORMORE, SEE OPINION, PAGE 4
The Pad seems to be
despised among techies
and favored among "regu-
lar people," according to The
New York Times. These polar-
izing viewpoints are associated
with descriptions from "laugh-
ably absurd" to "a magical revo-
lution."

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WHEN: Wednesday at about
9 a.m.
WHAT: A video projector val-
ued at $779 and a digital cam-
era valued at $229 were stolen,
University Police reported.
There are no suspects.

symposium
WHAT: A two-day event
looking at experimental art
of 1960s Japan, with key-
note lecturer Reiko Tomii.
WHO: Center for Japa-
nese Studies, Depart-
ment or History of Art
WHEN: Tonight at 5 p.m.
WHERE: UMMA

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headaches, mood swings or other
members will symptoms linked to brain injury.
in trials Some will spend a total of
participate in trials 40 hours over 10 weeks breath-
ing pure oxygen in a hyperbaric
DENVER (AP) - The U.S. chamber, where the atmospheric
military plans clinical trials pressure is increased to a level
next year to see whether breath- similar to what they would expe-
ing pure oxygen in a pressurized rience about 20 feet under water.
chamber might help thousands A control group will breathe.
of Iraq and Afghanistan war vet- room air in a hyperbaric chamber
erans suffering from traumatic under conditions that will approx-
brain injuries. imate the pressure the test group
About 300 service members will feel.
with mild to moderate damage Col. RichardRicciardi, ofWash-
will participate in the trials of ington, D.C., with the Defense
hyperbaric oxygen therapy to Center of Excellence, said yester-
help determine whether it can day the therapy is unproven but

the clinical trials are warranted.
"There is sufficient evidence to
say, 'You know what, we ought to
take a look at it,"' said Ricciardi,
research director for the Cen-
ter of Excellence for Psychologi-
cal Health and Traumatic Brain
Injury.
The hypothesis is that oxygen
dissolves more readily in the blood
when the body is under pressure,
and that if the blood delivers more
oxygen to the body, it can help
damaged tissue heal, Ricciardi
said.
Dr. Mark Helfand of Portland,
Ore., said the military trials are
welcome news because some pre-
vious studies were not well done.

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