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Lawsuit fights same-sex benefits
20Oyears ago this week (Fehruary ships between unmarried people, witnesses would forget details of the
10, 1992): A lawsuit filed against Ann which were then illegal in Michigan. crime, the Daily reported.
Arbor's domestic partnership ordi- 30Oyears ago this week (February 70Oyears ago thisnweek (February
nance - which allowed both heteco- 91982): The murder trial for a former i1,1i942): With all eyes on World War
sexual and homosexual partners to LSA student charged with fatally II, University officials advised frater-
register with the City Clerk's office - shooting two students in Bursley nities to scale hack in every facet of
was dismissed, The Michigan Daily Residence Mall was delayed due to their operations.
reported. a conflict with Circuit Court Judge Assistant Dean Walter B. Rex
The ordinance was unanimous- Ross Campbell's vacation time. said the University would not toler-
ly approved one year prior, to the The trial - originally scheduled ate Greek-letter urganizations that
lawsuit and allowed for same-sex for March 15 -was postponed until resembled "country clubs" during a
couples to receive some extended May 10, after Leo Kelly shot and time of war, the Daily reported. He
insurance benefits, including paid killed Edward Siwik and Douglas urged fraternities to return to their
sick days to care for a partner. Four- McGreaham in the dorm's 6th Doug- fundamental purpose of philanthro-
teen couples in Ann Arbor were reg-, las hallway with a sawed-off shotgun py and high academic standards.
istered to receive benefits at the time. on April 17, 1981. Rea recognized that social events
Charles and Ellen Graham, the William Delhey, a prosecutor were necessary during unsettling
Ann Arbor couple. that filed the working on the case, said he was times, hut asked that fraternities
lawsuit, claimed the ordinance was not happy with the delay hecause reduce the number of events they
illegal hecause it allowed for extra- the longer it would take to have the held and limit excessive spending.
marital affairs and sexual relation- trial, the more likely it would he that- EMILYKASTL

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CRIME NOTES
A free ride Textbook
WHERE: CS. Mtt Chil- trouble
dren's and Von Voigtlander
Women's Hospital WHERE: Hutchins Hall
WHEN: Sunday at about WHEN: Sunday at around
4 p.m. 1 p.m.
WHAT: A taxi dropped off WHAT: Three texthooks
a passengar at the hospital were taken from a student's
who did not pay the fare, locker some time hetween
University Police reported. 4 p.m. Feh. 3 and 12:50 p.m.
An officer was not able to Feb. 5, University Police
locate the subject inside the reported. There are no sus-
building. pects.
Parked fun Door dinged -
WHERE: 700 Block East WHERE: Lot NW-30, 600
University Deal Ave.
WHEN: Monday at around WHEN: Sunday at about
12:15 a.m. 6:45 p.m.
WHAT: Two individuals WHAT: A man reported
were arrested and then that his car door was dams
released for smoking sus- aged by an unknown per-
pected marijuana, Univer- petrator, University Police
sty Police reported. They reported. He was unsure of
were found in a parked when the accident may have
vehicle. occured.

CAMPUS EVENTS & NOTES

Summer

Insomnia

internship help seminar

WHAT: A seminar to
provide students with
techniques for finding and
preparing for the perfect
summer internship in any
industry. Students must
RSVP with the Career Cen-
ter to attend.
WHO: The Career Center
WHEN: Today at noon
WHERE: Student Activities
Building
Jewelry
workshop
WHAT: Students will have
the opportunity to learn
how to create chain maille
jewelry from Living Arts
student Nadine Dyskant-
Miller.
WHO: Living Arts Pro-
gramming Board
WHEN: Tonight at 7 p.m.
WHERE: Burnham-House,
room 1320

WHAT: A workshop for
students to learn about their
sleep problems and develop
strategies to overcome
them.
WHO: Counseling and Psy-
chological Services
WHEN: Today at 4 p.m.
WHERE: The Michigan
Union, room 3100
CORRECTIONS
. An article in the Feb. 6
edition of The Michigan
Daily (1"'U' alums launch
online greeting card com-
pany') incorrectly stated
the name of the company.
It is Joy and Raptor.
" Please report any
error in the Daily to
correctjons@michi-
gandailycom.

IA rerent article pub-
lished in the journal of
Psychological Science
suggests online dating isn't
working, the Washington
Post reported. The issue
apparently lies in the diffi-
culty of choosing dates from
profiles.
While msaking all new
University buildings
LEED certified is com-
mendable, columnist Joe
Sugiyanma argues sustainable
practices should affect exist-
inghbuildings as well.
>> FOR MORE, StE OPINION, PAGE 4
3Thse prevalence of sexu-
ally transmitted dis-
eases has risen among
the elderly in the last decade,
CBS Nesvs reported. Cases of
syphilis, chlamydia and gon-
orrhea have increased among
45 to 64 year olds, and HIV
cases have doubled.

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