Dance group auditions to be held tonight

Impact Dance will hold auditions from 8 to 11 p.m. in the Michigan League Ballroom. The student-run group performs a variety of dance styles throughout the school year.


Group will teach Latin culture at mass meeting

La Voz Latina, a Latino student group, will be holding a mass meeting in the Angela Davis Lounge of Mary Markley Residence Hall beginning at 8 p.m. Students will have the opportunity to learn about various Latino groups on campus.


Amateur “ham” radio holds mass meeting today

The University of Michigan Amateur Radio Club will hold a mass meeting from 7 to 8 p.m. in room 3437 of the Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Building on North Campus. New students and those interested in amateur “ham” radio are encouraged to attend.



From the bench to the hospital: a drunk man’s saga

An ambulance was requested for a drunk man passed out on a bench of the Undergraduate Library facing Ulrich’s bookstore, accodring to the Department of Public Safety.

The 33-year-old man was unconscious and unresponsive due to excessive alcohol intake. He was taken to the University Hospital emergency room by the Huron Valley Ambulance.


Unarmed robber flees before police can catch up

A robbery occurred near South Forest and Hill streets Monday night. The perpetrator had no weapon, but instead used force. The Ann Arbor Police Department described the suspect as a 5’10” male with a small goatee, wearing a sleeveless undershirt. The suspect fled the scene on foot heading towards Oakland Street.


Wheelchair bandit still on the loose

A caller reported Monday that a wheelchair was stolen during the Notre Dame vs. Michigan game in the Big House.

A DPS supervisor said the owner was most likely not in the wheelchair when it was stolen, and it was probably left unattended. There are no suspects, at this time.


This Day in Daily History

Many employees strike after labor dispute with ‘U

Sept. 14, 1967 – Dorm picketing by University staff intensified as a labor dispute continued over Public Act 379, which grants bargaining rights to public employees.

The University administration brought a suit to court arguing that PA 379 is inapplicable to the school and infringes on its traditional constitutional autonomy.

In protest, 200 employees working all across campus, including residence halls, the League and the Union staged a two-week walkout to demand their right to collectively bargain with the University.

The controversy divided student organizations and residence halls, with the Young Democrats and Republicans, Graduate Student Assembly and Inter-House Assembly supporting the union, and most residential hall councils in opposition.

The Mary Markley residence hall council stated that “while ‘U’ may be in the wrong, students should act in a manner which would not inconvenience themselves.”




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