School of Music faculty to play Mozart, others

Professors from the School of Music will perform tonight at the Britton Recital Hall in the School of Music at 8 p.m. They will play Mozart, Brahms, Berio, Horvit and Glinka.

Performing will be Fred Ormand on the clarinet, Christopher Hading on the piano, Katherine Votapek on the viola, Julia Broxholm as a soprano and Richard Beene on the bassoon.

For more information, contact Rachel Francisco at 764-0594 or e-mail her at rachaf@umich.edu.

Organ recital slated for tonight

Ben LaPrarie will play the organ tonight at 8 p.m. at Hill Auditorium. For more information, contact the School of Music through Rachel Francisco at 764-0594.

Warren Robbins Gallery to host performance

Artists Christa Donner, Robert Goodman, Andrea Landau, Jason Yah and Chris Landau explore the “delinquint systems of the domestic, the body, the senses, landscape and technology.” The performance will take place from 6 to 9 p.m. tonight in the Warren Robbins Gallery at the Art and Architecture. For more information, contact Kate West at 763-1265.

 

Crime Notes

Vehicle damaged, police deem incident malicious

A vehicle was damaged Tuesday in a parking lot at 1170 West Medical Center, according to Department of Public Safety reports. DPS called the incident “malicious destruction.” The investigation is continuing.

Basketball player injured at CCRB

A person playing basketball was injured at the Central Campus Recreation Building Wednesday night at about 7 p.m, according to DPS reports.

Personal item swiped from Mott

A personal item was stolen from C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital Wednesday afternoon, according to DPS reports. The alleged crime occured at about 1 p.m.

Theft occurs at residence hall

A caller told DPS that his property had been stolen from South Quad Residence Hall. The incident was reported Wednesday at 4:16 p.m.

 

This day in Daily history

‘U’ faces fine for radioactive spill in Med Sci 1 Building

Jan. 7, 1993 — University officials met with lawyers to decide whether or not to pay a fine for a radioactive chemical spill.

The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission had given the University until Jan. 13 to pay or contest the $3,750 penalty.

The NRC proposed the fine after investigating an incident in which a graduate student accidentally spilled a chemical in early September 1993. The small amount of radioactive phosphorus was not detected until three days after the student researcher spilled it on the floor next to his lab bench.

Investigators said the student tracked the chemical through the building on the soles of his tennis shoes.

After the spill, the University prohibited the use of radioactive materials for 10 days.

 

Corrections

Gaurav Budhrani’s name was misspelled in a caption on Page 1A of yesterday’s Daily.

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