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'U' racecar posts
runner-up finish
Student group competes in
race against 120 other teams
from around the globe.
Ex-Medical faculty
calls out the 'U'
Dr. Douglas Smith cites a
pattern of abuse by 'U'
Behind the 'Myth'
with Claire Sloma
The Daily meets the LSA
senior starring in Cannes
entry "The Myth of the Amer-
ican Sleepover."
'M' baseball season
ends in Columbus
The Wolverines failed to sus-
tain two leads against Iowa
and Minnesota at Big Tens.
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NEWS................ 2
SUDOKU ........................ 3
OPINION .............4
CLASSIFIEDS........... 6
CROSSW ORD.........................6
A R TS .....................................9
SPO RTS ................................11

University Athletic Director David Brandon and head football coach Rich Rodriguez announce self-imposed sanctions for NCAA viola-
tions during a press conference at the Ross Academic Center.
'U imposes sanctions,
awaits NCAA verdict

CSA meals
use local
Program prepares fooc
for members, supports
Ann Arbor produce
Daily StaffReporter
Mary Wessel Walker grew up eat-
ing local produce from the Commu-
nity Farm of Ann Arbor. As part of a
Community Supported Agriculture
program, her family received fresh
produce every week from the farm in
exchange for a membership fee. Now
hack in Ann Arbor after studying phi-
losophy at Bryn Mawr College, Wessel
Walker is taking the CSA concept one
step further.
Harvest Kitchen is kicking off its
fourth summer assa CSA program that
offering weekly supply of prepared
meals made from local ingredients.
Wessel Walker said she came up with
the idea one day while working at the
Community Farm and thinking about
how to make local dining more wide-
spread and accessible to the general
"I thought ... if there was a farm
that could somehow help you with the
cooking, maybe that would help peo-
ple because some families find it really
overwhelming to deal with all these
fresh vegetables," she said.
CSA programs have been growing
in popularity across the United States
over the past two decades. Brought
over from Germany and Switzerland,
the concept involves people paying
local farmers for shares of the harvest.
A typical share consists of a weekly
supply of fresh produce, but there are
See CSA, Page 7

Lawyer with NCAA
case experience calls
penalties typical
Daily News Editor
University officials admitted to
the allegations raised in the NCAA's
investigation into Michigan's foot-
ball program last week, announcing
that the program would submit to
voluntary sanctions as a result of the
investigation into allegations of mis-
The University filed a 79-page
response with the NCAA last Tues-

day, which detailed steps the Athletic
Department will voluntarily take,
including cuts to the number of qual-
ity control staff
and the number
of hours players-
will be required
to practice.
One specific
measure being ~g
taken by Uni- KYLE SWANSON
versity and Ath- -
letic Department
officials will be
a 40-percent
reduction in quality control staff,
which represents an elimination of
two positions.
University officials announced
they will also prohibit quality control

staff from attending practices, games
and coach's meetings for the rest
of the year, despite a revised NCAA
bylaw that now permits such behav-
ior. The response says they will allow
the football program to take advan-
tage of the new rule in 2011.
According to the University's
response letter, practice time will
also be cut for players over the next
two years. The program is commit-
ting itself to voluntarily cut practice
times by approximately 130 hours.
The figure is twice the number of
hours University officials say the
program exceeded NCAA rules on
practice times.
The two-year probation is the
minimum term allowed by NCAA

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