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THURSDAY: FRIDAY:

MONDAY: TUSDY: WEDNESDAY:
In Other Ivory Towers s -Weekin Professor Profiles
The woman up front

Campus Clubs Photos of the Week
T-SHIRT CRAZE

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10 years ago this week:
(Sept. 5, 2001) - For the
first time in the Michigan
Marching Band's history, a
woman led the hand onto the
field as Drum Major.
Before Michigan heat
Miami (Ohio) 31-13 in their
season opener on Sept. 3,
LSA senior Karen England
performed the traditional
backbend as the hand played
"the Victors" behind her.
"I looked up and saw my
face on the big screen and
I was thinking, 'I'm finally
here, leading the best band in
the country,"' England told
The Michigan Daily at the
time. "I heard the crowd go

wild and up until that point,
I didn't know the crowd was
there."
25 years ago this week:
(Sept. 5, 1986) - "Looks of
Class," the first women of
Michigan calendar, hit the
stands in Ann Arbor stores.
The calendar was created
by three female students
who rallied their friends
to pose in front of campus
landmarks like Michigan
Stadium. Despite the group's
enthusiasm, some students
like LSA junior Nancy Peter-
man didn't think the calen-
dar was worth purchasing.
"I wouldn't buy it," Peter-
man said at the time. "I'll get

the men's calendar."
40 years ago this week:
(Sept. 10, 1971) - Much
to the dismay of the Ann .
Arbor Public School's 2,000 y.
students, the Ann Arbor
teacher's union ended
its week-long strike and
returned to work.
The teachers ended their
strike pending further nego-
tiations with the district
administration.
The main disagreements
between the administration
and the teachers centered
around class size and salary.
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CRIME NOTES

Printing error
'WHERE: West Quadrangle
Residence Hall
WHEN:.Friday at about 10:
40 am.
WHAT: A student's com-
puter was not delivered to
his room on Aug. 30 when
he was moving into the resi-
dence hall, University Police
reported. The printer hasn't
been recovered.
Brother, where
art thou?
WHERE: Michigan
Stadium
WHEN: Saturday at about
7:40 p.m.
WHAT: Aman reported
that hisabrother went
mising during the first
quarter of the football game,
University Police reported.
The brother was later found.

Seat snatcher
WHERE: 400 block of
Church St.
WHEN: Thursday at 2:35
p.m.
WHAT: A University
student reported that the
seat was stolen from his
bicycle between 10:30 a.m.
and 7:30 p.m., University
Police reported. The bike
wasn't recovered.
Just like a
wavin' f lag
WHERE: West Hall Arch
WHEN: Friday at about 1
a.m.
WHAT: A University stu-
dent stole a flag from a local
store across the Diag, Uni-
versity Police reported. He
was arrested for Minor in
Possession of alcohol.

Intramural Panhellenic
Q&A session sorority forum

WHAT: Students interested
in intramural sports can ask
staff members questions
about the registration
process.
WHO: Department of
Recreational Sports
WHEN: Today from 4 p.m.
to 6 p.m.
WHERE: Central Campus
Recreation Building
Spectrum
Center annual
open house
WHAT: An annual open
house for students to meet
the staff and learn about the
Spectrum Center and the
services it offers.
WHO: Spectrum Center
WHEN: Today from 4:30
p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
WHERE: Michigan Union

WHAT: Interested students
can learn about Greek Life
and the rush process.
WHO: Office of Greek Life
WHEN: Today from S p.m.
to 8 p.m.
WHERE: Michigan League
Ballroom
Blue Apple
Cafe open mic
WHAT: Students will
perform at an open mit
night in the Bursley cafe.
WHO: North Campus
Initiative
WHEN: Tonight from 8 p.m.
to 10 p.m.
WHERE: Bursley Residence
Hall
CORRECTIONS
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error in the Daily to
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1With an estimated $7 to
$10 billion in damage,
Hurricane Irene will
likely become one of the
costliest natural disasters in
the United States, The New
York Times reported. The
Hurricane hit the East Coast
late last month.
2Linebacker Brandon
Herron became the
first Michigan football
player in the program's
history to score two defensive
touchdowns in a single game.
>> OR MORE, SEE SPORTSTUtSDAY,
StCTION B.
3Jesus's Facebook page
- started by a North
Carolina diet doctor -
is currently beating Justin
Bieber's Facebook page for
having the largest number
of "likes," comments and
shared content, The New
York Times reported.

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