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Page 2 - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 6, 1984

To our readers
Welcome to the 95th year of the Michigan Daily and our premier
issue, the New Student Edition. The purpose of this much-larger-
than-usual issue of the Daily is two-fold: To introduce newcomers
to the University and environs; and to bring veteran students and
faculty and staff members up to date on what's been happening
around the campus.
In many of our stories, we've tried to shed new light onto old or
recurring topics.. In others, our writers have given their personal
analysis of the subjects that you likely will encounter while you're
on campus. Occasionally, we've taken the liberty of injecting
opinion into our reviews of the city and its various elements, but
we leave it to your own upcoming college experience to decide if
our advice was good.
We encourage you to hang onto this issue; you may find it a
valuable resource in the months ahead.
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Editor-Sports Section.. Mike McGraw
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