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Wednesday, February 8,2012

michigandailycom

UNIVERSITY ADMINISTRATION
Regents to
vote to OK
NHL game
at stadium

The Michigan men's swimming and diving teams perform to Beyonce's 'Single Ladies'during Mock Rock at Hill Auditorium last night.
Student athletes compete
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Charity variety varsity student-athletes and
athletic staff members perform
show raises skits and dance numbers. This
year, the event raised more than
$85,000 $85,000 for the Child and Fam-
ily Life program at C.S. Mott
By KATIE BURKE Children's Hospital, Student-
Daily StaffReporter Athletes Leading Social Change
and Big Brothers Big Sisters of
Denard Robinson in a nerd Washtenaw County.
costume, live-action Angry The first show took place in
Birds and numerous shirtless 1999 to commemorate Univer-
athletes are just a sampling of sity wrestler Jeff Reese after
the spectacles that entertained his death during season training
audience members the 14th and to raise money for a scholar-
annual Mock Rock Student Ath- ship in his name.
* lete Variety Show at Hill Audito- "Community service is some-
rium last night. thing we believe in strongly,"
Mock Rock is an annual Athletic Director Dave Brandon
charity variety show held by said during the event.
the University Student-Athlete ESPN anchorwoman Dana
Advisory Council, in which Jacobson, a University alum,

emceed the show, and men's
soccer coach Chaka Daley, M
Club President; Mary Petrovich,
Laura Hoke, wife of head foot-
ball coach Brady Hoke; and Max
Merget, brain cancer survivor
and former Mott patient judged
the performances.
The men's and women's track
and field and cross-country
teams were jointly awarded
best performance by the judges
with a dance sequence to the
tunes of "Roses" by Outkast
and "Run the World (Girls)" by
Beyonce. The teams earned the
only perfect score of the night
and received high praise from
the judges.
"(The performance was) so
good I wonder if they spent any
time in class," Petrovich said

during the judging.
The football team came
together with the women's vol-
leyball team to perform a series
of dances, songs and raps as
punter Will Hagerup played
electric guitar. One football
player tried to win over the
affections of Jacobson by hold-
ing her hand, but was unsuc-
cessful.
Brady Hoke said, in jest, that
he wished the same effort and
talent that went into the rap
performance would carry over
to the team's practices.
In its skit, the men's soccer
team jokingly criticized other
University teams, but the com-
mentary was not well received.
"(The performance had) little
See MOCK ROCK, Page 5A

In special meeting,
board to consider
Big House lease for
Winter Classic
By STEPHEN J. NESBITT
DailySportsEditor
The University's Board of
Regents will vote today to
approve the leasing of Michigan
Stadium to host the 2013 NHL,
Winter Classic.
The regents will vote in a spe-
cial meeting at 10 a.m. in the
Fleming Administration Build-
ing. A University source con-
firmed to the Daily that the event
would involve leasing thestadium
to the NHL, which would make it
more likely that alcohol will be
permitted to be sold inside Michi-
gan Stadium.
Michigan Athletic Director
Dave Brandon announced early
last month that the University
and the NHL were in discussions,
but no formal agreement had
been reached.
"We have been approached by
.the NHL about utilizing our facil-
ity for the 2013 Winter Classic,"
Brandon said in a Jan. 5 state-
ment. "There are alot of complex
-circumstances that need to be
ironed out before anything moves
forward. We willhave more to say

if/when something materializes."
If approved, the game would
likely feature the Detroit Red
Wings and Toronto Maple Leafs
on Jan. 1, 2013, which would be
the first Winter Classic match-
up tbat includes a team from
Canada. It would also be the first
Winter Classic held at a college
stadium.
Michigan hosted a hockey
game in Michigan Stadium on
Dec. 11, 2010 - The Big Chill at
the Big House - a 5-0 victory
over Michigan State. Pending
final approval, the Winter ClIs
sic would be the second outdoor
hockey game at Michigan Stadi-
um and would rival the Big Chill's
world-record-setting attendance
of 104,473.
The Sporting News' hockey
analyst Bob McKenzie tweeted
that the matchup would be made
official on Thursday.
The Ontario Hockey League
revealed a doubleheader match
set for Dec. 31, 2011 last week,
with early speculation being that
the gameswould be held at Mich-
igan Stadium as well. But Michi-
gan dismissed those rumors and
an OHL source told the Daily
the.games would likely be played
instead at Comerica Park in
Detroit.
-Editor in Chief Joseph
Lichterman contributed
to this report

STUDENT GOVERNMENT
CSG still
looks to
* increase
numbers
Student gov't now
has 42 sitting
representatives
ByGIACOMO BOLOGNA
Daily StaffReporter
The Student Assembly of the
Central Student Government
held its shortest meeting of the
semester last night, duringwhich
two LSA Assembly representa-
tives were removed and four LSA
representatives were formally
sworn in, raising the number of
sitting representatives from 40
to 42 and raising quorum from
20 to 21.
Lasting less than an hour, the
meeting was well attended com-
pared to previous meetings this
semester with 23 representa-
tives at opening roll call and 30
at closing roll call. Members also
See CSG, Page SA

LINIVER ITY OUTREACH
Men's Activism
promotes male
sexual assault
prevention
SAPAC group some members of the cam-
pus community think SAPAC
works to increase works mainly with women, it
strives to connect with mem-
outreach, hers of all genders on campus
- female, male or unidentified.
participation "Teaching and preventing
sexual violation has to be com-
By ANGELA SON munity-driven," Rider-Milkov-
DailyStaffReporter ich said.
SAPAC promotes healthy
Though sexual violence is relationships among students
often perceived to primarily on campus by educating them
be an act of violence commit- on sex trafficking, partner vio-
ted against women, University lence and bystander effect, she
leaders are working to increase said. In addition to promoting
awareness of male assaults, outreach to males, SAPAC also
and encourage male students deals with male survivors of
to participate in outreach and sexual violence. Rider-Milkov-
prevention programs. ich said 30 percent of the stu-
Holly Rider-Milkovich, dents served by SAPAC are
director of the University's male survivors.
Sexual Assault Prevention and Ryan Kubec, program man-
Awareness Center, said though See PREVENTION, Page 5A

PAUL SHERMAN/Daily
LSA freshmen Monjira Biswas and Lisa Fouladbash have a jam session in East Quad Residence Hall yesterday.
CA M P pS CO M MU0 NNTtYa
GoNorth! promotes North Campus

Iniative to host ling action of Central Campus,
programs are being implement-
outdoor ice ed to continue to enhance the
area's reputation and promote
skating rink positive aspects of North Cam-
pus life.
By KATIE SZYMANSKI In an attempt to foster stron-
For the Daily ger unity between campuses
and encourage increased stu-
While many think the dent involvement on North
University's North Campus Campus, University officials
remains isolated from the bus- and student leaders developed

the GoNorth! Initiative last
year. The program plans two
major events each semester
to garner student interest and
strengthen appreciation for
North Campus. It is currently
developing a Winter Blast festi-
val, among other future events.
Elizabeth Zollweg, North
Campus project manager, said
the primary goal of every event
See NORTH CAMPUS, Page 5A

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