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2A - Monday, February 13, 2012

This Week in History

Campus Clubs

Professor Profiles

Photos of the Week

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Fart joke misinterpreted

Harold Wayne Hadley Jr., a stu-
dent at Jones County Junior College in
Mississippi, was arrested on Tuesday
after allegedly writing a note on toilet
paper that included the word "bomb,"
according to The Huffington Post Col-
After the note was found, 11 emer-
gency agencies were dispatched to the
The Huffington Post reported that
the Hadley family said the note only
referred to their son's "joy of flatulat-
ing in the library" and was not meant
to be a threat to the school.
The full extent of what Hadley actu-
ally wrote has yet to be revealed, but
he was arrested and held on $20,000
bail. The Huffington Post also reported
that Hadley could face up to 10 years in

prison and a $10,000 fine if convicted. interests.

NYU students petition against
Before Wikipedia and several other
websites blacked out on Jan. 18, New
York University students collected
136,229 signatures in protest of the
government's Stop Online Piracy Act,
according to a Jan. 25 article in Wash-
ington Square News.
The petition was started by NYU
freshman Shashank Kasturirangan,
the Square News reported. Kasturi-
rangan specifically addressed the
game development company Electron-
ic Arts's endorsement of SOPA.
Kasturirangan told the Square
News that EA should act in compliance
with its main consumers and their best

Man convicted of abduction I
attempt on OSU campus.
David Phillip Morris, age 45, was
sentenced on Thursday to 24 years in
prison for the abduction attempt of
two women at knifepoint outside the
Ohio State Medical Center in August,
according to a Feb. 9 article in The
Morris submitted a guilty plea in
December to charges of kidnapping
and aggravated robbery and said the
attacks were sexually motivated, the
Lantern stated. The charges held two
10-year charges in addition to a four-
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Mail fail
WHERE: South Quad Resi-
dence Hall
WHEN: Thursday at about
12:15 p.m.
WHAT: A student said
she was mailed a gift card
but the card was missing
from the envelope when
she received it on Feb. 6,
University Police reported.
There are no suspects.
Shattering cold
WHERE: Brehm Tower
WHEN: Thursday at about
3:20 p.m.
WHAT: A mercury ther-
mometer shattered within
a fume hood after falling
off its mount, University
Police reported. No one was
injured. The University's
Occupational Safety and
Environmental Health spe-
cialists cleaned it up.

Cold case
WHERE: C.S. Mott Chil-
dren's and Von Voigtlander
Women's Hospital
WHEN: Thursday at about
2:55 p.m.
WHAT: A hospital employ-
ee reported her coat stolen
from an eighth floor room,
University Police reported.
There are no suspects.
Purse punk
WHERE: C.S. Mott Chil-
dren's and Von Voigtlander
Women's Hospital
WHEN: Thursday at about
8:40 a.m.
WHAT: An employee's
purse was reported sto-
len from a nurse's station
between 7:50 a.m. and
8:10 a.m. University Police

Eating issues
WHAT: Susan Page, the
United States ambassador to
the Republic of South Sudan
and the ormer deputy assis-
tant secretary for African
Affairs, will participate in a
roundtable discussion about
the newly independent Afri-
can nation.
WHO: Center for Interna-
tional and Comparative Law
WHEN: Today from 4 p.m.
to 5;15 p.m.
WHERE: Hutchins Hall,
room 116
* Two articles in the
Feb.10 edition of The
Michigan Daily ("Wings,
Leafs to face offin AZ"
and "Howthe 2013
Winter Classic came
to Ann Arbor") mis-
spelled the last name of
the Detroit Red Wings
owner. It is Ilitch.

. An article in the
Feb. 2 edition of The
Michigan Daily ("Classes,
programs inspired by
environmentally friendly
stated that the the
Campus Sustainability
Integrated Assesment
identified climate, water
and livable communities
as the University's
three most important
things. The Graham
Institute identified
the importance. The
article also incorrectly
identified Prof. Steven
Wright's course as an
engineering class. It is
a University Course.
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error in the Daily to

Singer Kid Rock released
a letter in response to a
recent Detroit Free Press
column which said some of
his "Made in Detroit" apparel
was made overseas, the Asso-
ciated Press reported. Rock
said the clothing line never
claimed to be made in-state.
The Michigan hockey
team improved to 19-4
at Joe Louis Arena over
the past five seasons by beat-
ing Michigan State, 3-2, in
overtime on Saturday.
Actor Nicolas Cage
appeared on the "Late
Show with David Let-
terman" where he adressed
internet speculation he is a
vampire, the Huffington Post
reported. A photo of a Civil
War soldier said to resemble
Cage has gone viral.

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Wolverines fall to Detroit in inaugural varsity match

By EVAN QUINN Michigan athletic lineup, and the
For the Daily first since the addition of men's
soccer and women's water polo in
PONTIAC, Mich. - The Michi- the 2000-01 academic year.
gan lacrosse team's inaugural var- Detroit also fields a young pro-
sity match gram, having only competed at the
was less a MICHIGAN 9 Division-I level since 2009. The
fashionable DETROIT 13 two are also the only Division-
entrance, I lacrosse teams in the state of
and more a baptism by fire. Michigan.
In their first Division-I game in Dead-even scoring in the first
school history, the Wolverines fell half exemplified the two teams'
13-9 to Detroit Mercy on Sunday similarities. Sophomore midfield-
afternoon in Pontiac. er Douglas Bryant broke through
Lacrosse is the most recent the Titan defense early to score
varsity sport to be added to the the first goal of the game and the

first goal in Michigan varsity his-
tory. Minutes later, he would rep-
licate the feat, giving Michigan
(0-1) an early 2-0 lead.
Detroit (1-2) responded quickly,
in what would become the theme
for the back-and-forth first half.
Neither team was able to establish
a lead, and the score was tied on
three separate occasions. While
the Titans maintained a slight
advantage in shots on goal and
faceoffs won, an impressive five-
save performance in the first half
by sophomore Dylan Westerhold
kept the score tied at 5-5.
"Dylan started the season as

our third goalie," said Michi-
gan coach John Paul. "He came
in today because of an injury to
(freshman) Emil Weiss and played
a really, really good first half."
Detroit's aggressive style of
play began to wear down the
Wolverines by the second half.
After a few more back-and-forth
exchanges, the Titans scored four
straight goals beginning late in the
third quarter. Costly turnovers by
Michigan and quick counterat-
tacks by Detroit turned momen-
tum against the Wolverines, who
were outscored 8-4 in the second

"Mentally, I think we kind
of fell apart towards the end of
the game," said fifth-year senior
attackman Trevor Yealy. "I
wouldn't say that they were run-
ning all over us, but I think (that)
mentally, they were a little more
focused for the latter part of the
game, and we've got to work on
staying focused for the entirety of
the game."
This being its first Division-I
year, Michigan cannot afford to
make mental mistakes.
At a much higher level of play,
the Wolverines will not be able to
outmatch their opponents with

pure talent, so they must play
intelligently to remain competi-
Sunday's first half against
Detroit provided a glimpse of the
direction the team will move in.
This season, the ultimate goal
for the team is to make sure this
visionbecomes a reality.
"We've got to make sure that we
keep going forward and we don't
take any steps back," Yealy said.
With their introduction to
varsity lacrosse now out of the
way, the Wolverines will face off
against Penn State in State College
next Saturday.


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