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Their coffee intake and bust size were recorded daily. Researchers eventually discovered the link between coffee consumption and smaller breasts. On the flip side, however, the study also shows that women who had a moder ately high intake of coffee were less likely to develop breast cancer than non-coffee drinkers. Coffee also appears to reduce the risks of cancer, Alzheimer’s disease and Parkinson’s disease. NOTED. An entire church has been stolen from a village in Moscow, where it was built almost 200 years ago. The Church of Christ’s Resurrection was in an isolated area and was only occasionally visited by clergymen. A recent survey of the two-story church found that it was structurally sound, but all that remains are the foundations and sections of walls. TODAY Healthy challenge meeting: Campus Recreation is holding an interest meeting for "Get Fit from Head to Heel!" a 10-week healthy lifestyle, weight loss and physical activity challenge. Time: 5 p.m. Location: Fetzer Gym, Room 106 Game night: Campus Recreation is hosting “Game Night at the Underground." Students can play games like checkers, chess, crib bage, darts, Monopoly, Clue, Yahtzee, Scrabble, Jenga and cards. Time: 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Location: Student Union Underground Legislative agenda meeting: Kara Craig, North Carolina Cool Cities coordinator, will speak about the conservation and energy focus for the year and the chapter's priorities for the legislative session. The event is spon sored by the Orange-Chatham Sierra Club Group. Time: 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Location: Binkley Baptist Church, 1712 Willow Drive QUOTED. “He went right to bed. He wouldn’t eat the nice fresh roses we offered him, or the lettuce either. He turned up his nose. He’s ready to sleep now.” Penny Carle said about her 150-year-old pet tortoise, Butch, who turned up in the front yard of his California home after going missing for six weeks. Butch has been a family pet since 1943 and belonged to Carle’s late mother-in-law. COMMUNITY CALENDAR Bailout discussion: Duke University professor Michael Munger will discuss the S7OO bil lion bailout package proposed by the George Bush administration. Munger will attempt to answer some of the major questions raised by the bailout. Refreshments will be served. Time: 7:30 p.m. Location: Peabody, Room 104 Dinah-myte! benefit concert: Project Dinah is hosting a concert to benefit the Orange County Rape Crisis Center. Local artists Harmute, Lafcadio and Mary Johnson Rockers will be playing. Admission is free and dona- 1 tions are appreciated. Time: doors open at 8:30 p.m., con cert at 9:00 p.m. Location: Local 506 THURSDAY Networking night: University Career Services is hosting a net working night for those seeking internships in investment banking and consulting. Students will have a chance to speak with others who interned in these industries last summer. News Time: 5:30 p.m to 7 p.m Location: Hanes Hall, fourth floor Ladies’ night out: Businesses throughout historic downtown Hillsborough will greet female shop pers with wine, tasty goodies, free truffles, hot tea, free chair mas sages, free samples, music and more. Luminaries will mark participating businesses. Call 732-2128 for more information. Time: 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Location: North & South Churton Streets in Hillsborough Health care discussion: Dr. Evan Lyon of Harvard Medical School will speak about his work in Haiti com bating tuberculosis and HIV, and will more broadly discuss health care as a human right. Time: 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. Location: Coker, Room 201 To make a calendar submission, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Events will be published in the newspaper on either the day and the day before they take place. Submissions must be sent in by noon the preceding publication date. DANCER RECRUITMENT H Fm f I fcJH ■ J Wg jl ■ Wm ''Jm' fIS 5T 't. mi m * #V * v 1 DTH/SARAH RIAZATI First-year Walt Peters, right, and junior Erica Ludi dance in the Pit on Tuesday to recruit volunteers for Dance Marathon. “It’s a good way to show how much fun we’re having,” said Ludi, a member of the morale com mittee. The deadline to sign up is Saturday at 5:00 p.m. POLICE LOG ■ Police arrested a Pittsboro man early Tuesday after he hit someone and cracked a window with his fists, according to Chapel Hill police reports. Keith Elwood Burton, 23, faces misdemeanor charges of assault inflicting injury, damage to prop erty, being drunk and disruptive and resisting arrest, reports state. The incident, which occurred at Ben and Jerry’s on Franklin Street, also resulted in S2OO worth of damage to a window at the busi ness, reports state. ■ People entered a Savannah Trail home through a rear door and stole SIOO worth of alcohol early Tuesday, according to Chapel Hill police reports. All of the alcohol which included Aristocrat vodka, Bacardi rum and Cruzan vanilla rum was later recovered, reports state. ■ Someone kicked in the door of an Ephesus Church Road home lotlg (Tar Hwl Monday and stole $2,100 in items and cash, including SIOO in loose change, according to Chapel Hill police reports. ■ A Chapel Hill man was arrest ed after he assaulted someone with his hands, feet and hubcaps, accord ing to Chapel Hill police reports. Charles Lewis Thornburg, 39, faces felony counts of assault with a deadly weapon inflicting inju ry, assault by strangulation and attempted larceny, in addition to four misdemeanors, reports state. He was taken to Orange County Jail without bond being set and is expected in court today, reports state. ■ A Carrboro resident report ed three men urinating against a building along Jones Ferry Road on Monday, according to Carrboro police reports. The men fled when the resident entered a nearby Food Lion to con tact police, reports state.