Jazz ensemble to perform tonight

The School of Music is sponsoring a free performance by the Jazz Lab Ensemble at 8 p.m. tonight in the Horace H. Rackham Auditorium. The groups is directed by Dennis Wilson.

Harvard prof to lecture on Yeats

Harvard professor Helen Vendler, will give a lecture titled, “The Yeatsian Sequence: Nineteen Hundred and Nineteen,” at 5 p.m. tonight in the Hussey Room of the Michigan League.

The event is free and is sponsored by the University’s Institute for the Humanities.

State Dept official to discuss visas

Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Visa Services, Janice Jacobs, will give a lecture tonight at 7:30 p.m. in the Rackham Amphitheater.

Her lecture aims to educate international students and scholars on the federal government effort to modernize visa processing. There is no cost to attend.


Crime Notes

Intruder scared away at “hello”

A woman said an intruder entered her home at about 1:30 a.m. yesterday, but immediately left after she called out “hello” to him, according to the Ann Arbor Police Department.

The woman, who lives on the 1000 block of Vaughn Street, said the door was unlocked because she was expecting her roommate to come home. The woman said she saw a man walking down the hallway to her bedroom, but he quickly left after she called out to him, police said.

Police said they were unable to locate anyone in the area.

Woman falls off bed, hits head

A caller reported to the Department of Public Safety that a visitor fell out of bed and hit her head in Stockwell Residence Hall on Monday. The woman declined medical attention.

Money stolen from hospital desk

Hospital security reported that $20 was stolen from a desk near the main entrance to the University Hospital, according to DPS. There are currently no suspects.


This Day In Daily History

Democrats take strong position for desegregation

April 6, 1960 — Midwestern Democrats issued a strongly worded policy statement vowing to uphold U.S. Supreme Court decisions in favor of desegregation.

Using oblique but clear language addressing the southern wing of the party, the statement threatened the use of federal force to enforce desegregation in all states, saying civil rights — including the right to vote, protest and receive equal protection under the law — “transcend state boundaries.”

The proposal will be considered for adoption as official party policy at the upcoming Democratic National Convention.

Delegates to the Midwestern conference expressed indifference at the possibility of a southern walkout.

“If the South wants to walk out, let them do it,” U.S. Rep. John Dingell (D-Mich.) said. “I’ll open the door.”



An article on page 3A Monday’s edition of the Daily should have said that Matt Stehney is a member of the committee that coordinated the Pow Wow. Also, in an article in the Oct. 13, 2004 edition of the Daily, it should have said that Matt Stehney is co-chair of the Native American Student Association.

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