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2A- Monday, February 6, 2012
MONDY: *TUESDAY:
,InOter ". Twes"This Week in History

WEDNESDAY: THURSDAY: FRIDAY:
Campus Clubs Professor Profiles Photos of the Week

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Segel named Man of the Year
Harvard University's performance of The Pud- increases, but Harvard Uni-
Hasty Pudding Theatricals, ding's annural show, which versity, Princetotn University,
the nation's oldest theater runs through March. Blrown University, Coumnbia
company, named Jason Segel University and the Universi-
the Man of the Year at its YALE SEES JUMP IN ty of Pennsylvania all experi-
annual Man of the Year event APPLICATIONS enced drops, the Daily News
on Friday, according to a Peh. reported. Columbia experi-
4 article in The Harvard Yale University wit- enced the biggest drnp with
Crimson. nessed a .8-percent rise in a decrease of 8.9 percent.
As part of the festivities, applications for the class T'his is the first year since
the theater company held a of 2016, receiving 28,622 Yale, Harvard and Princeton
roast for Segel, The Crimson applications compared to reinstated their early admis-
reported. During the roast last year's 27,283. This year, sion program after ft stopped
Segel was asked to sing a Yale reported the greatest being offered foutr years
modified Muppet's song but increase in applications in ago, though officials say it's
refused saying, "These are the Ivy League according too early to determine if it
crazy words, you assholes," to a Jan 31. Yale Daily News played a significant role in
to the cast. article, the increase of applicants.
The Man of the Year eel- Cornell University and
ebration marks the opening Dartmouth College also saw - CHARLENE LERNER

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A member at the Ann Arbor Parkoar Club freestyles an the
Sichoal of Dertistry Building yesterday.

CRIME NOTES
No paper trail
WHERE: Michigan Union
bookstore
WHEN: Thursday at about
3:50 p.m.
WHAT: Staff noticed two
e-readers were stolen at
about 10:30 am., University
Police reported. Police are
currently working to deter-
mine a potential suspect's
identity.
Taking charge
WHERE: University Hospi-
tal emergency room
WHEN: Thursday at about
S am.
WHAT: A patient was
found to be in posession of
two credit cards with the
names of other people on
them, University Police
reported. The current
suspect is the patient who
reported the stolen items.

CAMPUS EVENTS & NOTES

Free parking
WHERE: Lot NW-12, 1500
Cram Circle
WHEN: Thursday at about
10:05 am.
WHAT: A parking permit
was reported stolen from
a parked car sometime
between the night of Jan.
31 and about 2 pi..Peb. 1,
University Police reported.
There are currently no sus-
pects.
Loud noises

Global health
info session
WHAT: Undergraduate stu-
dents can learn about how
to get involved with global
health issues on canmpus.
WHO: Center for Global
Health
WHEN: Toinight at 6 p.m.
WHERE: Rack-
ham Bluilding
hesihe
colloquium
WHAT: Architecture facul-
ty and sttidents will display
a variety of projects they
are working on in this infor-
mal session for individuals
working or: their theses.
WHO: Taubmnr College
of Architecture and Urban
Planning
WHEN: Today at 2 p.mn.
WHERE: Art and Archite-
cure Btuilding

Psychology
advising
WHAT: With an appoint-
ment, psychology career
advisers and concentration
advisers will join forces to
meet with students simulta-
neously.
WHO: The Career Center
WHEN: Today at D0 am.
Orchestra
performance
WHAT: Pieces composed
by University students will
be performed for the first
timie.
WHO: School of Music,
Theatre & Dance
WHEN: Tonight at 8 p.m.
WHERE: Hill Auditorium
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1Japanese competitive
eater Takeru Kobayashi
ventured beyond his
comfort zone of hot dog eat-
ing contests and into the
realm of chicken wing eating,
the Associated Press report-
ed. Kobayashi ate 337 chicken
wings in 30 minutes.
2Michigan State's Dray-
mood Green matched
the entire Michigan
team with 16 rebounds as the
Spartans took down the Wol-
verines, 65-54 at the Bireslin
Center yesterday. > FOR MORE,
SEE SPORTSMONDAY, INSIDE
3 Arabbit in Sweden has
become a Youtube hit
after being videotaped
herding sheep around their
pen, the Associated Press
reported. The owner of the
sheep says he thinks the rab-
bit might have learned the
skill by watching his dogs.

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