Students can sign up for annual Blood Battle today

Students can sign up on the Diag today to donate blood for the
annual Blood Battle competition between the Michigan and Ohio
State, in which the schools compete to donate the most pints of
blood before their football teams face off later this month. The
sign-up will take place between noon and 6 p.m. There will be a
raffle and students can make appointments for donations and view
various entertainment.

 

Former leader of Norway to lecture on environment

Gro Brundtland, the former prime minister of Norway and former
director-general of the World Health Organization, will speak at
this year’s Annual Peter M. Wege Lecture, at noon today at
the Mendelssohn Theater.

The lecture, presented by the Center for Sustainable Systems and
the School of Natural Resources and Environment, deals with the
topic of sustainable development.

 

Candidates for mayor to address students in forum

Ann Arbor Mayor John Hieftje and his opponent in the mayoral
elections, Jane Lumm, will share their ideas on planning issues
important to students in Ann Arbor, in a question-and-answer
session tonight from 6 to 8 p.m. in auditorium 2104 of the Art and
Architecture Building.

 

 

Crime Notes

Woman screams obscenities in Rackham restroom

A staff member in the Rackham Building reported to the
Department of Public Safety that a woman in the ladies’
restroom was screaming obscenities at other people Wednesday
morning. A DPS officer came to the scene, but the woman was already
gone.

Bronze plaques stolen from Diag

A University groundskeeper reported to DPS Wedgesday around noon
that two bronze plaques were stolen from the Diag.

Unattended cell phone stolen from Alice Lloyd kitchen

A caller reported to DPS Wednesday evening that a cell phone was
stolen from the kitchen in Alice Lloyd Residence Hall. The cell
phone had been left unattended.

 

This Day In Daily History

Polls show dead heat just six days before election

October 29, 1992 — Bill Clinton alternatively poked and
praised Ross Perot yesterday, hoping to siphon off support in a
race for the White House growing closer by the day.

Perot mapped plans for a campaign-ending series of rallies to
supplement the most expensive television advertising effort in
American history.

Clinton’s lead has shrunk in recent days as Perot has
gained in the polls. The latest surveys pointed to a tightening
race, although they differed on how tight. A CNN-USA Today survey
of 1,217 likely voters showed Clinton at 40 percent, George H. W.
Bush at 38 percent and Perot at 16 percent. With a margin of error
of 3 percentage points, that added up to a dead heat.

 

Corrections

An infographic on Page 5B of yesterday’s Daily incorrectly
spelled Mayor John Hieftje’s name.

Please report any errors in the Daily to
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