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Ann Arbor, Michigan

Monday, December 5,2011


move into
new Mott

Senior tight end Kevin Koger said in a press conference yesterday that he spent his weekend Googling all of Michigan's possible bowl scenarios. He is part
senior class that brought the Wolverines from a 3-9 season in 2008 to a BCS bowl this year.
Wolverines headed to second
Sugar Bowl inprogram history

In eight hours, 170
patients transfer
to women's and
children's hospital
Daily StaffReporter
One-hundred and seventy
patients traversed an indoor
passageway yesterday connect-
ing the old C.S. Mott Children's
Hospital and Von Voigtlander
Women's Hospital as the hos-
pitals' new $754 million home
opened for business yesterday.
Over an eight-hour period,
170 patients from every depart-
ment of the hospital made the
transition to the 348 inpatient
rooms, 50 maternity rooms, 48
neonatal intensive care rooms
and 16 operating rooms in the
new building.
The outpatient facilities will
continue to be transitioned into
the new space throughout next
week. Once the move is com-
plete, the old hospital facility
will consist of single rooms for

adult patients.
The transfer process began
last Wednesday when hos-
pital staff started categoriz-
ing the patients by severity of
symptoms in order to move
individuals with more serious
conditions first, according to
University spokeswoman Mar-
garita Wl.agerson. Last Satur-
day night, staff members began
preparations for the transition
and slarted to move patients
yesterday morning at 7 a.m.
Patients in the newborn
intensive care unit and children
in other intensive care units
were moved into the new space
first. The last patient settled in
by 3 p.m. yesterday afternoon.
Kara Gavin, University
of Michigan Health System
spokeswoman, said the most
impressive aspect of the project
was its scope.
"I was walking around the
building in the hours before the
different areas started to move
and it's amazing that even as big
as this building is, everything is
ready," Gavin said.
Thousands of staff members
See MOTT, Page 7A

Finished No.13 in
final standings, will
play Virginia Tech
for first time
Daily Sports Editor
All the debating, bickering
and speculation didn't change
much. The Michigan football

Tech in New Orleans on Jan. 3.
The game will be the Wol-
verines' second Sugar Bowl
appearance in program history
- their first came in 1984, a 9-7
loss to Auburn - and their first
BCS bowl since the 2007 Rose
Bowl, also a loss, this time to
"I just think it kind of rees-
tablishes what this team has
been able to do and how far
we've come, especially with
the expectations we had com-

Van Bergen said. "It's a tremen-
dous opportunity to put a final
stamp on this year."
The Wolverines spent the
past week watching, needing
to jump into the top 14 spots
of the BCS standings to qualify
for a BCS bowl. When the final
rankings came out, Michigan
rose from 16th to 13th, getting
passed by Baylor, but passing
four teams who lost on the final
weekend of the season, includ-
ing Michigan State. The Spar-
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Ten's Legends division crown.
The rankings' reconfigura-
tions brought controversy as to
whether the Wolverines were
deserving of the opportunity to
play in the game.
"We don't control any of
that," said Michigan coach
Brady Hoke. "The things that
we can't control we really don't
worry about because we have
enough things as a program
and how we want to represent
Michigan on a daily basis that
we have to worry about."

team is going to the Sugar Bowl. ing into this season," fifth-year tans beat Michigan earlier
C It will play No. 11 Virginia senior defensive lineman Ryan season and took home the
Stephen S. Clark Library
to house 370,000 maps

e Big


New library libraries on campus. Little did
he know that one day a library
celebrated at would be built in his name.
On Friday afternoon, mem-
dedication Friday bers of the University commu-
afternoon nity gathered on the second
floor of the Harlan Hatcher
Graduate Library to celebrate
By TAYLOR WIZNER the grand opening of the Ste-
Daily StaffReporter phen S. Clark Library for
Maps, Government Informa-
When he was a student at tion and Data Services, which
the University, Stephen Clark will provide access to 370,000
said he spent endless hours at maps and 10,000 atlases.

The new maps library is
a collaboration between the
University's map collection,
the Government Information
Center and the Spatial and
Numeric Data Services. The
library is open to the pub-
lic and provides full access
to maps, data software and
librarian assistance.
Jennifer Green, manager
of the new library, said the
program will aid in research

Campus governments talk
student issues at conference

Medical School students Linda Tran, Grace Boynton and Surya Sabhapathy sing Christmas carols on Main Street for Galen Tag
Days last Friday night. The money raised will benefit children in Washtenaw County.
Detroit Partnership provides food,
clothing at One Stop Shop event

Reps. from 11
colleges gather
for first SAM
meeting at 'U'
Daily StaffReporter
The Michigan Student
Assembly hosted its first Stu-
dent Association of Michigan

this past weekend to foster
increased discussion among
student governments within
the state about issues affecting
every college student in Michi-
Founded in 2007, SAM is a
student-led organization com-
prised of representatives from
student governments at the 15
public universities in Michi-
gan. Jay Gage, SAM president
and a student at Lake Supe-
rior State University, said the

organization aims to work
collaboratively with student
governments to generate poli-
cies that can make an impact
among students.
The event was held at MSA
Chambers on the third floor
of the Michigan Union. Sean
Walser, chair of MSA's Exter-
nal Relations Commission of
MSA, said while MSA has not
been actively involved with
SAM in the past, it has been

Student volunteers
assist low-income
residents in Detroit
Daily StaffReporter
DETROIT - Students carrying
bags of donated clothing to West
Outer Drive United Methodist
Church in the Brightmoor neigh-

borhood of Detroit on Saturday
were greeted by the scent of fresh-
ly baked lasagna wafting from the
kitchen as they began preparing
for the Detroit Partnership's ninth
annual One Stop Shop.
As part of the One Stop Shop
event, the Detroit Partnership -
a student group at the University
that provides volunteer opportu-
nities in the Detroit area - held
an event for low-income Detroit
residents to pick out clothing and

food donated by members of the
Ann Arbor community. Benefi-
ciaries and volunteers gathered in
the church dining room to enjoy
a home cooked meal before pro-
ceeding to the basement to pick
out clothing.
The partnership provides a
range of services throughout the
year, with One Stop Shop being
the highlight of the fall term. In
the spring, the group hosts DP
See DETROIT, Page 2A

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