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MONDAY: TUESDAY:
In Other Ivory Towers When They Were Here

WEDNESDAY:
Professor Profiles

THURSDAY:
Campus Clubs

-TOP Storm troopers march in a
pre-bowl game parade io Jackson-
nvill, Fla. on New Year's Eve. The
.Wolverines played Mississippi
State in the Gator Bowl which
eoded in Michigan losing 52-14.
(JAKE FROMM/Daily)
w BOTTOM LEFT Student veteran.
Angelina Larso poses tsr photos
tor The Statement cover story
in The Michigan Daily on Jan. 5,
t"2011. The story discussed the
"ditficulties veterans taco when
transitioning trom mar to college.
r(SALAM IDA/Daily)
'BOTTOM RIGHT The Mississippi
State mascot, Bully, poses tsr a
photograph atter Michigan played
xagainst Mississippi State in the
Gator Bowl in Jacksonville, Fla.
on Saturday, Jan. 1, 2011. (JAKE
FROMM/Daily)

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ICRIME NOTES

* Between a rock
and a hard place
-WHERE: Mosher-Jordan
Residence Hall
-WHEN: Wednesday at shout
2 P.M.
WHAT: A delivery truck
-struck the loading dock of
Mosher-Jordan Residence
Hall, damaging bricks and
concrete, University Police
reported. There were no inju-
ries in the accident.
Hit and run at
the loading dock
,WHERE: Lot M-53, 1506 East
Medical Center Dr.
nWHEN: Tuesday at shout 915
a.m.
"WHAT: A parked University
vehicle was hit by a delivery
truck while at a loading dock,
x neiverseityrPasicesrepted.us

Leave the phone,
take the cash
WHERE: Briarwood Medical
Group, 375 Briarwood Dr.
WHEN: Tuesday at about 9:30
WHAT: A stolen purse and
phone were recovered, hut a
wallet and cash from the purse
remain missing, University
Police reported.
Parking gate arm
reported broken
WHERE: M-22 Carport, 1535
Hospital Dr.
WHEN: Wednesday at about
6 p.m.
WHAT: The arm of a parking
structure gate was broken,
University Police reported.
Police don't know how the gate
was broken, and there are no

CAMPUS EVENTS & NOTES
Bluegrass MTango
band concert boot camp

WHAT: Bluegrass band,
Mountain Heart, will
perform to celebrate the
Michigan Union Ticket
Office's 46th year. The
Grammy-nominated band
was formed in 1999.
WHO: Michigan
Union Ticket Office
WHEN: Today at 8 p.m.
WHERE: The Ark

WHAT: MTango is
offering a five-week boot
camp beginner series to
learn Argentine tango.
Advsnced dance classes
are also offered.
WHO: MTango
WHEN: Today at 8 p.m.
WHERE: Mason
Hall, 3rd floor

Talk on success Flute recital

1The National Park of'Can-
con has created an under-
water museum called
MUSA, National Geographic
reported. The exhibit is called
"eThe Silent Evolutiontt and fea-
tures 400 life-size statues. The
museum was started to try to
draw tourists away from reefs.
2 The Michigan men's
basketball team will face
off against No. 3 Kansas
this Sunday at 4:30 p.m. inside
Crisler Arena. This is.the first
time Michigan will compete
against, a top-five opponent
this season.
>> FOR MORE, SEE SPORTS PAGE 8
3 A respected psychol-
ogy journal is planning to
publish a paper endors-
Jug extrasensory perception,
or ESP, The New York Times
reported. The paper's author, a
professor at Cornell, tested col-
lege studentst,- ability to sense
random events.

WHAT: George Fraser, CEO
of the networking company
FraserNet, will speak at an
event titled, 'Succeeding
in Tough Economic Times:
the Power and Importance
of Relationships.t' The
event is part of the Univer-
sity's MLK Symposium.
WHO: National Society
of Black Engineers
WHEN: Today at 5:30 p.m.
WHERE: Stamps Audito-
rium at Pierpont Commons

WHAT: Flute player Mira
Magrill will perform in a
program that will feature
various instruments.
WHO: School of Music,
Theatre & Dance
WHEN: Today at 7 p.m.
WHERE: Moore Building
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