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April 14, 1989 - Image 19

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Stop the Presses! Daily gaffes

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from thro
This year, the Daily made AB-
derstand? We were flawless. There
were no typos, no style errors, no
misquotes and misrepresentations,
no layout problems, no misleading
headlines, no identical stories on the
front page, no staff members getting
arrested, and not a single biased
Only the New York Times makes
mistakes, NOT the Daily.
However, if we WERE to make
Some of these were written
by Steve Knopper, and others
by Jim Poniewozik, neither of
whom ever make mistakes.

)ughout th
mistakes, this is what some of them
might be - purely hypothetical, of3
Wut a logn strainge trip its
A photo caption last Thursday
identified two men at the parking lot
of "Crysler" Arena, waiting for the
"Greatful" Dead concert. The mis-
spellings were caught and corrected
in a caption the next day - to
"Chrysler" and "Greatfull." Accord-
ing to the caption, the photo was of
Dead singer.. um... "Jimmy" Garcia.
We called, but no one was
Any of you hockey fans try call-

e year
ing our brand-new "Hockey Hotline"
earlier this term? Actually, that was
the brainchild of Sports Editor Mike
Gill, who listed the regular Daily
Sports phone number for the hot-
line. But he forgot to warn the rest
of us, most of whom don't know a
hockey puck from a floppy disk.
Did I hear a harp?
On Dr. Martin Luther King's
birthday, the Daily reported that the
School of Music would host a lec-
ture/recital by conductor Eva Jessye
and University Prof. Undiwe Smith
Moore in honor of King. Although
Moore did pay tribute to Jessye,
Jessye was unable to attend, as she

is currently deceased.
The dream of milk
Four Daily photographers -
KarenHandelman, Dave Lubliner,
Scott Lituchy, and John Munson -
won a very prestigious Columbia
Gold Circle Award for their photo
feature on students celebrating Dr.
Martin Luther King's Birthday. Ac-
cording to the award list sent by
Columbia, their feature was called,
"Milk Day: Honoring the Dream."
Our prize-winning photogs next plan
a giant spread on "Juice, toast, and
eggs: Fighting for a Balanced Break-
We can't even quote
ourselves right
A correction last month read,
"Daily Opinion Editor Elizabeth
Esch did not defend the use of un-
substantiated facts in editorials. The
Daily misrepresented her statements
in a news story yesterday." 'Nuf
Who's that again?
Again in Weekend Magazine last
term, our story on deputization ex-
posed Assistant Director of Safety
Robert Pifer because of his past
training with the FBI. We pointed
him out in a photo by circling his
head. Only one thing - that wasn't

his head. In fact, Pifer's head wasn't
even in the photo. In fact, we have
absolutely no idea whose head it
was. Perhaps it belonged to the go-
Stop me before I draw
Late last month, the Daily ran a
letter to the editor castigating a
Michigan Delay cartoon as "often
sore and degrading." The letter was
written by David Kalat, who, as it
turned out, drew the cartoon.
Reporter writes article
On April 4, the Daily ran a letter
to the editor by a reader responding
to a letter. The headline read, "Reader
responds to letter."
Nice shot, Sean
Remember when Michigan bas-
ketball guard Sean Higgins sent us
to the championship game by pop-
ping in a shot at the buzzer against
Illinois? If you saw the Daily last
week, you may have a somewhat
distorted memory of it. You see, the
ball wouldn't fit in our photograph,
so we sort of, well... moved it. In
fact, in our photo the ball was head-
ing straight for the front of the rim.
Next time, forget the basketball
team. Leave the championship to the
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Seventh Annual Reader Poll


It's all over. You can stop
holding your breath. The
results are in, and we've got
the exclusive. Your picks and
pans of the best and worst of
this hamlet we like to call home.
Some past winners kept on winning,
but there were also some upstart
victors in the race for the Best of
Ann Arbor. By the way, this is the
last issue of Weekend Magazine
until the fall. But now, on to the
Best Food
BURGER Krazy Jim's
Blimpy- Burger (551 S.
Quality grease - and a whole

helluva lot of toppings. Even if
you're not into the red meat thing,
try the Ultimate Cheese sandwich.
With an egg, five cheeses, and pep-
pers, it tastes better than it sounds.
But get there early, the line has been
known to run out the door at dinner-
PIZZA Cottage Inn (512 E.
The sesame seed crust adds that
extra bonus - plus, they're slicing
the Sicilian in a funky new diagonal
way so everyone gets some of the
crust! What more could a pizza-lover
POPCORN Stucchi's (302
S. State)
Once thought of as the new kid
on the block, Stucchi's has taken

over as popcorn monarch, beating
out Tice's in a close race. What's
next for the local Italian giant?
Lovers (629 E. University)
Still the best weiner in town! Try
'em with chili, mustard, ketchup,
sauerkraut, peppers, onions, relish,
etc. And their chili-cheese fries are
superb. When the weather gets nice,
snarf down the dogs outside.
BAGELS Bagel Factory
(1306 S. University)
Virtually the only store in Ann
Arbor to feature bagels, the Bagel
Factory ran away with it. And
nowhere in New York do they have
fragels like this.
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April 12-15 & 19-22 at 8 PM
April 15,16 and 22 at 2 PM
Tickets are $7.50, $8.50,
$9.00 and $10.00.
$5.00 with ID.

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by and TRY to choose just one!

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Mendelssohn Theatre
Box Office
Spresented by
The University of Michigan
Gilbert and Sullivan Society

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