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Disappearing Parked swipe
skateboarders WHERE: 1600 Medical
WHERE: Thompson Car- Center Drive
port WHEN: Tuesday at about
WHEN: Tuesday at about 9:20 p.m.
9:30 p.m. WHAT: A parked car was
WHAT: Multiple individu- hit by an unknown vehicle
aix were allegedly skate- inside the parking struc-
boarding in the parking lure, University Police
structure, University Police reported. The driver's-side
reported. No skaters were of the car and the right fog
found on the premises when light were damaged.
an officer arrived.
Seedy situation
WHERE: University Hospi- Laptop located
tal Emergency Room
WHEN: Wednesday at WHERE: Michigan Union
about 9:20 p.m. WHEN: Wednesday at
WHAT: Suspected marl- about 4:30 p.m.
juana seeds were found in WHAT:. An unattended
the personal property of a laptop was allegedly stolen
patient, University Police betwen 3:15 and 4:05 p.m.,
reported. The seeds were University Police reported.
confiscated. The laptop was later found.

Open skate Kinesiology Tagg Romney said
WHAT: Have you ever careers Wednesday that at times
wanted to skate on the sameI he wants to. "take a
ice rink where the Michigan WHAT: A career center swing" at President Obama,
hockey teanm plays? Well program called i-Plan will ABC News reported. Later, a
here's your chance. Open help Kinesiology stodents campaign aide clarified that
skating at Yost Ice Arena think about their career teyugrRme' ut
costs $3. Skates are avail- interests.waajoerfrigtth
able for rental on site for $2. WHO: The Career Center waustratijorfter pin g n h
WHO: Yost Ice Arena WHEN: Today at 4 p.m. futain ftecmag
WHEN: Today at noon WHERE: Central Campus trail.
WHERE: Yost Ice Arena Recreation Building.
The Michigan footall
team is trying to break
a four-game skid
Orchestra Halloween against Michigan State in the
teams' rivalry match this Sat-
performance UMIX urday at Michigan Saim
>> FOR MORE, SEE FOOTBALL SATUR-
WHAT: The University WHAT: UMIX will turn DAY, INSIDE

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Philharmonia Orchestra to a Halloween theme with
Will perform Mozart's piano a creative buffet, pumpkin
concertos. Christopher carving, a haunted house
James Lees conducts Wag- in the Michigan Union, a
ner and Mozart composi- hypnosis show and a screen-
tions. ing of the movie "The Dark
WHO: School of Music, Knight Rises."
Theatre & Dance . WHO: Center for Campus
WHEN: Tonight at 8 p.m. Involvement
WHERE: Mendelssohn WHEN: Tonight at 10 p.m.
Theatre WHERE: Michigan Union

3An Idaho Falls news
anchor struggled to
keep his composure
while a spider dangled in
front of his face, The Huff-
ington Post reported. View-
ers called the station worried
that the spider was crawling
on top of his jacket.

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