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GRADUATION
ANNOUNCEMENTS
are dvailable for purchase at the Recep-
tion. Desk, L.S.A. building lobby.
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g t f
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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, April 13, 1976
Poll says papers
only do f air' job

WASHINGTON (PM - Poll-
sters turned the tables on a
cross - section of the nation's
t newspaper editors yesterday
and learned that three of ten
considered their newspapers
t are doing only fair jobs as
E watchdogs of government.
The poll results were flashed
to the annual meeting of the
American Society of Newspaper{
Editors through an intricate'
communications n e t w o r k
that translated results from a
computer at Northwestern
University to a screen at their
meeting room in Washington.

were in the middle and 14.2 per
cent said their inclinations were
to the right.
THE SURVEY included 167
editors, 58 editors - publishers,
56 managing editors, 58 execu-
tive editors, 14 publishers, 26
editors of editorial pages and
the rest classified as "other."

On thec
rate theirI
dogs, sixt
pers were
less than
they were

question of how they
newspapers as watch-
of ten said their pa-
good to excellent and
one of ten thought
poor.

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THE demonstration was part ing eyes on the federal govern-
of a program on "precision ment, nearly one-half thought
journalism" which one speak- they were doing a good to ex-
er characterized as the appli- cellent job, four of ten thought
cation of social and behavorial their nerformance was fair and
science research to journalists. one of ten poor.

AP Photo

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Vancouver Island residents attempt in vain to save a beached whale over the weekend by hosing it with water. The 27 ft.
whale ended up on the beach after being caught in a low tide.

A total of 441 registrants to
the four-day convention ans-
wered questionaires designed1
to probe a wide range of topics
-from political leanings to at-
titudes about printing certain!
news stories.
On the question of political
leanings, three of. ten indicated
they tilted left, half said they

THE EDITORS were asked
whether if their newspapers
alone had information that the
man who deflected a presiden-
tial assassin's gun was' a homo-
sexual, they would have pub-
lished the story.
Of those responding, 126 said
yes, and 383 said no.

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