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AN GLS ON CALL
Spreading joy through song

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There are always doctors
and nurses on call at the Uni-
versity Hospital, but a new
group of singers on campus
say they're now on call too.
Members of Angels on Call,
an a cappella group founded
this year, perform at private
and public events to raise
money for various charities.
one hundred percent of the
group's proceeds go to one or
two charities that the group's
membersvote on at the begin-
ning of the year, according to
LSA freshman Sophia Park,
co-president and co-founder
of the organization.
The philanthropic aspect
of the organization, together
with Park's love of singing,

led to her desire to create the
group.
"Combining something
that I really like to do and
having it go toward really
good causes ... that combina-
tion is just really special, and I
really enjoy doing that," Park
said.
The group's mission and
name are based on the impor-
tance of bettering the lives of
sick individuals, Park said.
"We definitely wanted
something to do with patients
because those are people who
need ... the most cheeringup,"
she said.
The group has held several
concerts and has also caroled
in Detroit during the holi-

Members of Angels on Call perform a cappella performances through-
out the year. One hundred percent of their profits are given to charity.
CRIME NOTES
Thief gets Car damaged
hammered by gate arm

CAMPUS EVENTS & NOTES

WHERE: East Quadrangle
Residence Hall
WHEN: Tuesday at about
10:30 a.m.
WHAT: Two hammer
drills were stolen over the
past few weeks, University
Police reported. The drills
are valued at at total of
$600.

WHERE: M-22 Carport
WHEN: Tuesday at about
4:45 p.m.
WHAT: A female staff
person reported her car
damaged when the arm of
the exitgate in the parking
structure came down on her
car roof.

R Phn Bit Chalk outline

gets away
WHERE: Geddes House
WHEN: Tuesday at about
4 p.m.
WHAT: A caller reported
glass bottles being thrown
at a window by an unknown
subject, University Police
reported. When an officer
arrived, no one was found.

leaves no clues
WHERE: Alumni Memo-
rial Hall
WHEN: Tuesday at about
11:15 a.m.
WHAT: Writing in chalk
was found on the outer wall
of the building, University
Police reported. It is not
clear if the graffitti will
wash off.

UMMA After
Hours
WHAT: Students are invit-
ed to explore the University
of Michgian Museum of Art
and participate in various
activities. The Michigan
Electronic Dance Music
Association will play music
and snacks will be served.
WHO: University of Michi-
gan Museum of Art
WHEN: Tonight at 9 p.m.
WHERE: University of
Michigan Museum of Art
Spring dance
performance
WHAT: The cultural stu-
dent dance company will
perform a number of fully
student-run ballet and lyri-
cal pieces. Tickets are avail-
able for $5 at the door.
WHO: Salto Dance Com-
pany
WHEN: Tonight at 7 p.m.
WHERE: Mebdelssohn
Theater

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days, Park said, adding that
the group will soon be per-
forming at nursing homes and
hospitals like C.S. Mott Chil-
dren's and Women's Hospital.
Park said she enjoys sing-
ing for patients because it
helps joy spread when they
may be going through a diffi-
cult time.
"They're happier when
they hear us sing," Park said.
Because the co-ed group
was created this year, it con-
sists mainly of freshmen, but
has several sophomores as
well, Park said. She addedthat
auditions are ongoing and the
group is looking for more
members.
- ADAMRUBENFIRE
The parents of a tod-
dler in Oak Park, Mich.
are suing the Applebee's
restaurant chain after their
child was served a margarita
in a sippy cup, The Detroit
News reported. The toddler
was reported to have a 0.1
blood-alcohol content level.
The Michigan foot-
ball team concludes its
spring practice with its
spring game at the Big House
on Saturday. The game is
expected to last approxi-
mately 90 minutes.
, FOR MORE, SEE SPORTS, PAGE 6
A think tank in France
determined that Amer-
icans work 8.5 hours
each day on average, 30 min-
utes more than most other
developed countries, The
New York Post reported.
Workers in Mexico work the
longest day, on average 10
hours a day.

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