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Students support war effort

70 years ago this week
(March 14, 1942): The Wenld Stu-
dent Service Fund organized a
fundraiser across campue to ben-
efit students affected by World
War II. The money collected wan
given to European war priaon-
ers, studenta of Chinene dencent
and immigrants taking refuge in
the United Staten, The Michigan
Daily reported.
Talks were given in Helen
Newberry, Betsy Barbour and
Monher-Jordan Residence Malls,
and pamphlets were distributed
throughout the men's residence
halls to gain support for the drive.
The fundraising effort was an
extension of "Help a War Student
Day," which occurred on March
10,1942.

40 years ago, this week
(March 16, 1972): Police arrested
a University student for arson
after damaging his own room
in the Mary Markley Residence
Hall, as well as four other rooms
and 100 feet of hallway.
Mark Friesen, the student
arsonist and a class of 1975 stu-
dent, "apparently chained the
door from the inside, dropped
a match in a waste-basket, set
the burning waste-basket under
his bed and left the room via a
window which opened onto the
street," accordingcto an article in
the Daily.
Though 14 students were
relocated to other rooms within
Markley, no injuries were sus-
tained.

20 years ago this week
(March 12, 1992): The National'$xF
Organization for the Reform of :P f
Marijuana Laws was denied a
University permit to host a rallyr
April 4,1992, the Daily reported.t
The event was planned to coin-
cide with Mash Bash to encour-
age the legalization of marijuana. {
Michael Warren, chair of the Mich-
igan Student Assembly's Student
Rights Commission, expressed his
frustration to the Daily.
"The administration has
done this before and NORML
sued them before and they lost
before," Warren told the Daily.
"They would rather have the stu-
dents sue them and lose than fol-FIEP
low the law." A student examnes a scorched telephone in the
- CHELSEA LANDRY Mary Markely Residence hall after the 1972 Arson

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CRIME NOTES
Shattered door You mad, bro?

CAMPUS EVENTS & NOTES
Activism Career options
discussion presentation

WHERE: Don Canham
Natatorium
WHEN: Saturday at 6:10
WHAT: A brick was
thrown through a glass
door, University Police
reported. Nothing was
found missing from the
building, and no one was
inside.

WHERE: Univerity Hospi-
tol Emergency Room
WHEN: Friday at about 1
WHAT: A hospital staff
member allegedly punched
a wall, University Police
reported. The drywall was
damaged, and the staff
member was ordered to
leave work.

Basket case Video villain

WHERE: Couzens Resi-
dence Mall
WHEN: Sunday at about
9:30 p.m.
WHAT: A resident reported
his Mcard and laundry
basket were stolen, Univer-
sity Police reported. The
resident said the basket and
card were taken from the
Couzens laundry room.

WHERE: Couzens Resi-
dence Hall
WHEN: Saturday at about
10:S0 p.m.
WHAT: A resident report-
ed his video console was
stolen, University Police
reported. The student said
the console was taken from
his room when he left his
door open and room unat-
tended.

WHAT: Four LSA faculty
members will reflect on
growing up with activist
families and will discuss
their own connections to
social justice.
WHO: North Campus Ini-
tiative
WHEN: Tonight at 7:30
p.m.
WHERE: Weill Hall, room
1120
Public opinion
lecture
WHAT: Florida State Uni-
versity professor Jason
Barabas will give a lecture
on public opinion and how
elections are influenced.
WHO: The Robert Wood
Johnson Health & Society
Scholars Program
WHEN: Today at 4 p.m.
WHERE: Public Health
Building I

WHAT: A presentation
on how graduate students
in the social sciences and
humanities can find jobs
outside of academia.
WHO: The Career Center
WHEN: Today at 3:30 p.m.
WHERE: Rackham Gradu-
ate School
Lunch meeting
WHAT: A meeting for
males who identify them-
selves as 'men of color" to
have an open discussion
about a wide array of topics.
WHO: Office of Academic
Multicultural Initiatives
WHEN: Today at 11:30 am.
WHERE: Michigan Union,
MSA Chambers
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1The armadillo has been
chosen as the mascot of
the 2014 World Cup in
Brazil, Agence France-
Presse reported. The Brazili-
lan three-banded armadillo, a
native animal to the country's
northeastern region, will be
officially announced as the
mascot in October.
2The usually-moder-
ate Mitt Romney has
strechted himself too
far to the right, writes col-
umnist Dar-Wei Chen. It will
hinder, not help, his presiden-
tial campaign, Chen argues.
sFOR MORt, SEE OPINION, PAGE 4
3Swiss voters rejected
a proposal that would
have given workers six
weeks of vacation each year,
BBC reported. Voters reject-
ed the proposal after busi-
ness groups warned about its
potentially negative impact
on the economy.

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