Summer orientation leaders called to mass meeting

The Office of New Student Programs is holding a mass meeting for summer orientation leader positions tonight from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Past orientation leaders will also attend. For more information, contact Erika Johnson at 764-6413.

Prize-winning poet to read in Davidson

Pushcart Prize award-winning poet Tony Hoagland will read from his work tomorrow at 5 p.m. in Davidson Hall room 1270. Hoagland’s poems and critical writings have appeared in publications such as Ploughshares, Agni, Threepenny Review, Gettysburg Review and Harvard Review. For more information, contact Reed Twiss at 615-3710.

Mockumentary to be screened

The Native American Student Association will screen “Babakiueria,” a mockumentary detailing how things in Australia might have turned out differently if the roles of colonizers and the Aborigines had been reversed. The free screening will take place in the Michigan Union at noon. Contact Nickole Fox at (586) 260-0877.

Workshop gives students tips on meditation

University Unions Arts & Programs will hold a workshop to teach students meditation and offer tips for regular practice. The event will take place tonight in the Henderson Room of the Michigan League from 6 to 8.



Interactive display catches law’s eye

A Red Cross vehicle set up an interactive display across from Rackham Graduate School Tuesday, and Department of Public Safety officials are unsure whether the display has a permit.

Standing water prompts call

Two inches of standing water in a lab yesterday morning spurred a call to DPS about accidental property damage at Medical Science Unit 1 at 1301 Catherine St. No report was filed.

Bike stolen from Newberry racks

A bicycle was stolen from the racks in front of Helen Newberry Residence Hall within the last two days, a caller reported to DPS Tuesday.



Wolverines lose to Ohio State, squander bowl bid

Nov. 18, 1984 — In front of Ohio Stadium’s largest crowd to date, 90,286, the Wolverines dropped to 6-5 in a 21-6 loss to Ohio State.

The Buckeyes improved to 9-2 overall, 7-2 in the Big Ten, and earned their first trip to the Rose Bowl in five years.

At 6-5, Michigan’s bowl hopes appeared to be dim.

The game was close until the fourth quarter, at which point Ohio State pulled away.

“I’m disappointed because I concede nothing to this game,” Michigan coach Bo Schembechler said. “We should have won the game, God damnit.”

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