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UC system files brief
The University of to ensure that student ionship management
California system sub- bodies ac universities firm, for $360,500 co
mitted a statement are more diverse. The keep cabs on student
to the U.S. Supreme numbers of black and athleces' and coaches'
Courc Friday, in sup- American Indian scu- social media activicy,
port of affirmacive- dents have decreased The Lantern reported
action policies at since 1996 when Call- Friday.
universities, the Daily fornia passed Proposi- The Chicago-based
Bruin reported Friday. tion 209, which banned firm, which began
The. amicus curiae affirmative action in working for the OSU in
brief to the court is in public universities in 2uly 2012, workscto help
regard to Schuette v. that state. monitor social-media
Coalition to Defend activity in response
Affirmative Action, OSU spends $360K to the "Tattoo Gate"
which will determine to monitor athletes' scandal, which lead to
the future of Michi- social media the resignation of for-
gao's affirmative- mer OSU football coach
action ban. Ohio State Univer- Jim Tressel and NCAA
The University of sicy signed a three-year sanctions.
California says affirma- contract with Jump-
tive action is necessary Forward, a sports rela- -JENNIFER CALFAS

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Members of Encore perform a dance routine at Gayz Craze at Palmer Field Monday.

CRIME NOTES
Butt out
sWHERE: University
'Hospital
WHEN: Friday at about
10:40 a.m.
WHAT: A single cigarette
was reported stolen from a
custodial closet, according
to University Police. The
theft is thought to have
occured between 8 and tO
am. A suspect has been
identified.
Steal-a-phone
WHERE: Literature,
Science and Arts Building
WHEN: Friday at about
8:1S a.m.
' WHAT: A staff member
reported that a cell phone
was stolen from an office
between 4:30 and 5:30 p.m.
Thursday, according to
k University Police. There are
currently no suspects.
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CAMPUS EVENTS & NOTES

Crime
stats from
Saturday's
football game
WHERE: Michigan
Stadium
WHEN: Saturday
WHAT: Law enforcement
personnel located in and
around Michigan Stadium
reported the following:
-One arrest for minor in
possession of alcohol
-Three citations: Two for
alcohol in the stadium and
one for possessing false
identification
-Eleven ejections from the
stadium: four for alcohol
in the stadium, three for
minor in possession of
alcohol, three for disorderly
conduct, and one for pus-
sessing false identification.

PanHel
mass meeting
WHAT: Women interested
in joining Panhellenic sumo-
roties are invited to learn
more about the recruitment
process.-
WHO: Office of Greek Life
WHEN: Last Names A-L
register today at 6 p.m.; M-Z
register at today as 8 p.m.
WHERE: Michigan Union

Jazz concert
WHAT: Music Assistant
Prof. Jonathan Ovalle, a
percussionist, is joined by
several Detroit musicians
for a performance of funk
and electric jazz music. The
ensemble is excited to wel-
come students back
to campus.
WHO: School of Music,
Theatre & Dance
WHEN:,8 p.m.

Social skills Costumes show

1Authorities in Egypt are,
detaining abird that a cit-
izen has accused of being
a spy, the Associated" Fress
reported. A man alleged that
a tracking device on the bird
was being used for espionage.
The bird will be released once
the investigation is closed.
2The No. 17 Wolverines
toppled Central Michi-
gan Saturday,- 59-9,
led by three Devin Gardner
touchdowns. It was the most
points Michigan scored in an
opener since 1905.
>> FOR MORE, SEE SPORTS, PAGEi1B
A33-year-old man from
Singapore has collected
over 6000 Barbie dolls
since he was 13 years old,
Eeuters reported. The dolls
occupy three sides of his liv-
ing room and overflow into
cabinets in his dressing room
and shelves in his study.

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lesson
WHAT: Parents and chil-
dren are encouraged to
attend an educational ses-
sion on childhood social
skills. Lessons will focus on
establishing friendships and
maintaining positive social
interactions.
WHO: University Center for
the Child and the Family
WHEN: Today at 6 p.m.:
WHERE: Institute for
Human Adjustment

WHAT: Theatre Prof.
Jessica Hahn has curated a
collection of costumes from
recent productions.
WHO: School of Music,
Theatre & Dance
WHEN: Today at 12 p.m.
WHERE: Duderstadt
Center
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Whl Foods ArAo*, Assad: sRe nawar may.
- result'if West strikes Syria

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Embattled leader
asks for proof of
chemical warfare
PARIS (AP) - France released
an incelligence reportcon Monday
alleging chemical weapons use
by Syria's regime that dovetailed
with similar U.S. claims, as Pres-
ident Bashar Assad warned that
any military strike against his
country would spark an uncon-
trollable regional war and spread
"chaos and extremism."
The verbal crossfire, includ-
ing a rejection of the Western

allegations by longtime Syrian
ally Eussia, was parc of frenzied
efforts on both sides to court
international public opinion
after President Barack Obama
said, he would seek authorization
from Congress before launch-
ing any military action against
Assad's regime.
In an interview with French
newspaper Le Figaro, Assad was
quoted as saying that Syria has
challenged the U.S. and France
to provide proof to support their
allegations, but that their lead-
ers "have been incapable of doing
that, including before their own
peoples."

"If the Americans, the French
or the British had a shred of proof,
they would have shown it begin-
ning on the first day," he said,
deriding Obama as "weak" and
having buckled to U.S. domestic
political pressure.
"We believe that a strong man
is one who prevents war, not one
who inflames it," Assad said.
French President Francois
Hollande and Obama have been
the two world leaders most
vocally calling for action against
Assad's regime, accusing it of
carrying out a deadly chemical
attack against rebel-held sub-
urbs of Damascus on Aug. 21.

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