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The Michigan Daily - michigandailycom

MONDAY: TUESDAY:
In Other Ivory Towers This Week in History
LEFT: The Wolverines touch '
the Go Blue hoover hefore the , 4 o +
kickoff game against Westeron s" 4ujurSxl
Michiean University in Michi-*cv
gao Stadium on Saturday, Sept.
3. Michigan won 34-10, though
the game was cut short due
to poor weather conditions.
(MARISSA MCCLAIN/ Daily)
TOP RIGHT: Michigan March-
ing hand memhers play on the ,k
field before the kickoff gamero
against WMU on Saturday,
Sept. 3. (MARISSA MCCLAIN/vig [.
Daily) .
BOTTOM RIGHT: Students
cross the Diag on Thursday,
Sept. h, 2011 in the rain on the 16
may to class. (HALEY HOARD/
Daily)
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CRIME NOTES
Sign here and Flagged for
here, not here assault

CAMPUS EVENTS & NOTES
It takes 'U' Festifall

WHERE: Lorch Hatt
WHEN: Wednesday at noon
WHAT: An unknown per-
son was seen petitioning for
signatures in Lorch Hall,
University Police reported.
The subject left by the time
an officer arrived.
Bustin' down
the door
WHERE: West Hall
WHEN: Wednesday at
about 9:40 am.
WHAT: A door frame
appears to have been inten-
tionally damaged some time
last week, University Police
reported. There are no sus-

WHERE: Shapiro
Undergraduate Library
WHEN: Wednesday at
about 9:15 pm.
WHAT: A man was
arrested for assaulting a
staff member who aoked
the man to leave and stop
veiling flags, University
Police reported. There were
no injuries.
Book bagged
WHERE: University Hos-
pital
WHEN: Thursday at about
4:05 am.
WHAT: A book was
reported stolen between the
hours of 3 p.m. and 6 p.m.,
University Police reported.

to tango
WHAT: Starting today,
students can take five
weeks of Argentine Tango
classes taught by mem-
hers of MTango. Classes
are $25. WHO: MTango
WHEN: Tonight from 89p.m.
to 9:30 p.m.
WHERE: Mason Hall, 3rd
floor

rescheduled
WHAT: More than 450
student organizations will
provide information about
their groups.
WHO: Student Activities &
Leadership
WHEN: Today from 11 a.m.
to 4 p.m.
WHERE: The Diag

Elbel Field Car bash for
a'h riv-xr

1The infamous Taco Bell
"Mystery Meat" lawsuit
by Alabama-based law
firm Beasley Allen has been
dropped, The Week report-
ed. In celebration of its vic-
tory, the fast-food chain took
out to full-page ads directed
at Beasley Allen reading,
"Would it kill you to say
you're sorry?"
2Cass Tech High School
has been sending
players from inner-city
Detroit to Division-I
football programs and the
NFL for nearly a century.
>> FOR MORE, SEE FOOTBALL
SATURDAY, INSIDE
3Dogs and cats become
anxious and depressed
at the end of summer as
their owners return back to
school, Todaycom reported.
Some signs of pet depression
are pacing, whining and loss
of appetite.

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ceremony
WHAT: A ribbon-cutting
ceremony, sponsored by
Recreational Sports and the
Michigan Marching Band,
will celebrate a new turf.
The event will include free
ice cream, raffles, games
and giveaways.
WHO: Department of Rec-
reational Sports
WHEN: Tonight from 7:30
p.m. to 9:30 p.m.'
WHERE: Ethel Field

(;.oociff
WHAT: A car bash to sup-
port Michigan athletics and
the Heart of a Champion
Research Fund.
WHEN: Today at 2 p.m.
WHERE: Sigma Chi fra-
ternity
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