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Tuesday, February 22, 1977

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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The Michigan Daily is changing. Style, format, coverage
-all these things are being scrutinized and transformed in a
major rejuvenation.
It isn't easy. Since the surge of campus-oriented news in
the late Sixties and early Seventies, we've tended to over-
look the trends that make the campus hum, that influence and
change peoples' lives here at Michigan. We've gotten used to
covering just the big national and international stories, and
slighting the types of things we can cover best-what's happen-
ing right in Ann Arbor.

But we know a lot of readers depend on the Daily for an
overview of national and world news. We don't intend to leave
them out. We'll still ploy the big stories on our front page, and
we've begun a Daily news digest, placed on Page 3 every
day, that offers a range of international, national, and state
news=-just enough to let you keep up with things.
And on Sunday, open up your Daily and pull out our
new, tabloid-sized Sunday Magazine. Blessed with "South
You" our new comic strip, as well as an acrostic- puzzle, our
weekly Happenings calendar, and a grab bag of features,
photo spreads, and profiles, it's our showcase. It's shaping up
fast, and we're proud of it.

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coverage that's designed fo bring you more news of the
things that influence your life here on campus and in the city.
In particular, we're giving a lot of time and energy to a n~w
feature beat that's looking hard at lifestyles-how people work
and play, and what they think about-the city and University

If you've only read the Daily occasionally since coming
to the big 'U', give a subscription another thought. Phone 764-
0558.

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