Law Day highlights law opportunities, education

The Division of Student Affairs and the Career Center are
sponsoring Law Day, at which students can collect application
material and learn about law options from more than 100 law
schools. Information on test-preparation services will also be
available. The event will take place from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the
Michigan Union today. A meet and greet, where students can
informally discuss options with law school representatives, will
follow in the Pond Room at 3 p.m.


Festival to focus on Israeli culture

“Balagan! Israeli Festival,” held today on the Diag,
will feature free food and entertainment sponsored Hillel, the
Jewish student center. Middle Eastern food, Israeli music, games
and information about Israel will be available at the festival.


Talk discusses gender in Judaism

Nadia Valman, an editor and author of works exploring the role
of gender in Jewish history, will give a speech titled “New
Perspectives on the Jewess in Victorian English Literature”
today from noon to 1 p.m. in room 3050 of the Frieze Building.


Alcohol leads to football game arrests, tickets

The Department of Public Safety arrested eight people at
Michigan Stadium during Saturday’s football game against
Iowa. Six were arrested for underage possession of alcohol and one
was arrested for assault. DPS gave out 27 citations, mostly for
possession of alcohol in the stadium.

Three citations were given for public urination at the game.
Sixteen people were ejected from the game, including six disorderly
persons and one for throwing items onto the field. Forty-five
people were treated by medical staff at the game, and four were
transported to the hospital, none for serious ailments.


Grill fire put out during game

Vending staff extinguished a grease fire on a concession grill
in Michigan Stadium during the football game. The fire occurred in
section 26. No injuries were reported, and the grill was not


Spitting man splits before police arrive

Athletic staff requested a DPS officer to investigate a
disorderly person during the football game. The person was
allegedly spitting on concession staff. Officers were unable to
locate any problem.


This Day In Daily History

‘Passing up’ girls in stadium draws legal

Sept. 27, 1979 — City Attorney Bruce Laidlaw and Washtenaw
County Prosecutor William Delhey put forward the possibility that
girls “passed up” the stands during football games
could press assault charges against those passing them up.
“Anytime someone is picked up and thrown or tossed around, it
would constitute an assault,” Laidlaw said.

Delhey cautioned that finding the responsible individual could
be difficult and not all legal actions would be successful.
“If the girl is consenting and doesn’t object (to being
passed up), it’s not a crime,” he said.

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