The Milwaukee Bucks will hand out 80gsm non-woven fabric bags to the first 10,000 fans to enter the February 2nd game against the Houston Rockets. The bags will have the Bucks logo on one side, and the Chinese characters for "Milwaukee Bucks" on the other.

"We were hoping to give fans something they could use at least twice before it falls apart," said a Bucks media liaison. The first and likely only use will be for fans to wear the bags over their heads. However, because of uneven Chinese production standards, the Bucks have warned against such an activity. "We're really not sure what the non-woven material is made out of, and the pesticides, dye, and other parts of the production process could be hazardous for such an activity. We would also not recommend carrying any pets in the bags."

The bags are produced by the Wenzhou Jiahe Printing & Packing Co., Ltd, which has had a fine track record so far, but ....

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A professor reported Oct. 10 that a 33-year-old man would not leave a classroom in Lubar Hall. Although the man insisted he was registered for the class, he wasn't. When police arrived, he was gone. After police left, he returned. Police were called again, but he was gone when they returned. The strange part is they know he is 33 years old
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