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You've heard it a lot, but this
election is important.
The outcome of Tuesday's
election - from the race for the
White House to Ann Arbor's
local ballot initiatives regard-
ing a new downtown library
and funding for public art - will
likely affect your community in
some capacity.
It should come as no surprise
that we're encouraging you to
-vote. It's one- of your most basic
right as an American citizen.
You can turn back to page 1A
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the polls.
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Medical student Anne Hoekstra donates blood at the annual 'Do a Hers at the Rig House'
blond ard organ driver at Michigan Stadium on Sunday.

CRIME NOTES

CAMPUS EVENTS & NOTES

Water break Out on a wire Eurocrisis FastA--Thon
WHERE: Nichols WHERE: Medical Science discussion 2012

WHEN: Friday at about
9:25 a.m.
WHAT: A water fountain
was discovered broken,
University Police reported.
Officers did not find any
other fixures that appeared
broken and there are
currently no suspects.

Research Building 01
WHEN: Friday at about
9:35 a.m.
WHAT: Platinum wire
was reportedly missing
from a piece of equipment,
University Police reported.
The wire was allegedly
taken between Oct. 30 and
Nov. 2.

Smoke and It's a sign
mirrors WHERE: 600 Block Oxford
WHEN: Saturday at about
WHERE: School of Public 2:20 a.m.
Health WHAT: A suspect was seen
WHEN: Friday at 5:40 p.m. carrying an Oxford Housing
WHAT: A caller informed sign into the backyard of a
police of a smoky smell random house, University
emanating from the Public Police reported. After
Health Building, University further investigation, the
Police reported. No source suspect and the sign are still
was discovered, missing.

WHAT: Georgetown
University Prof. Kathleen
McNamara will speak
on the viability of the
European Union amid the
financial crisis. Admission
to the event is free.
WHO: Center for European
Studies
WHEN: Today at 4 p.m.
WHERE: School of Social
Work Building
Potluck and
critique
WHAT: Ann Arbor
Botanical Society members
will hold a potluck and
critique ofthe botanical
gardens and AABS trees.
WHO: Matthaei Botanical
Gardens
WHEN: Today at 6 p.m.
WHERE: Matthaei
Botanical Gardens

WHAT: Pledge to fast from
sunrise to sunset and help
raise money for Forgotten
Harvest, a nonprofit that
collects leftover food to feed
those in need.
WHO: Muslim Students'
Association
WHEN: Today from 4:45
p.m. to 8 P.m.
WHERE: Rackham
Graduate School, 4th floot
See the stars
WHAT: The public is
invited to view the sky
through the Fitz telescope,
weather permitting.
Participants must be able to
climb stairs.
WHO: Department of
Astronomy
WHEN: Tonight at 7 p.m.
WHERE: Detroit
Observatory, on Observatory
and Ann streets

THE _HIG O
SHUDKNO OA
1Spike TY, a men's interest
television channel, is
offering a $10 million
reward for irrefutable proof
of Bigfoot's existence, the
Huffington Post reported. The
prize is insured, but it's notcyet
clear whether Bigfoot must be
found dead or alive.
2Junior quarterback Devin
Gardner scored three
times in Michigan's 35-13
win, while Denard watched
from the sidelines.
>FOR MORE, SEE
SPORTSMONDAY, INSIDE
3 A Polish casket
manufacturer has
gained significiant
attention for using topless
modelsato advertise its coffins,
MSNBC reported. The risque
photos, which appear in a
bonus calendar gift, have
angered the Catholic Church.

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