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Page 2-The Michigan Daily/New Student Edition - Thursday, September 7, 1989

A note to our readers:

Greetings and salutations!
99 years ago, on September 29, 1890, the first issue
of the then-titled 'U. of M. Daily' hit the streets. It
featured two ads, faculty announcements, and a story
entitled "OUR RUGBY TEAM."
The Daily has changed a lot through the years, but
one thing holds firm and fast, our tradition of editorial
freedom.
This is true especially this year. Some of you may
have noticed that our masthead says "99 Years of
Editorial Freedom" for the second straight year. It isn't
our fault; someone, and we won't name names, made a
counting error some years back. On the eve of the
Daily's 100th birthday, we thought we'd set the record
straight. C'est la vie!
For those new students not familiar with the Daily,
this is the New Student Edition. As the name implies, it
is aimed towards y'all in particular. We hope it helps to
introduce you to the University and city in a way you
never thought mere mortals could.
But wait, there's more.
Returning students need not despair. This paper is
also for you. We didn't name it after you vets, but we
think you'll find it an interesting recap of what you
missed around campus during the summer (minus the
humidity, that is).
Many of our stories have attempted to shed some
new light on some old topics. Our writers have also oc-
casionally given their personal analysis of subjects
you're likely to encounter here on campus. At some
points we may have taken the liberty of injecting opin-

ion into our surveys of the city and University. Don't
take our word for it, though: you have four years (more
or less) to decide for yourself if you think our words
were wise.
Lastly, you may want to hold on to to this issue. We
think you'll find it a valuable asset for the up-coming
year.
So enjoy the NSE. We feel we've put a good
amount of effort into bringing you a lively mix of hard
news, features, editorials, essays, photos, columns, and
humorous vignetes. Take your time to pour over the 90
some pages. Get the ink on your fingers. It's tasty.
You'll probably read some things you'll like. You'll
also probably read some things you dislike. Often
you'll agree with the author, perhaps as often you
won't. Use the information to your advantage. Dazzle
friends and family with the breadth of your knowledge.
Organize NSE clubs. Set aside an hour a day to read
the NSE and just meditate. Take out the trash. Be nice
to animals. Watch your chloreesterol.
Sorry I guess we (Alex) got carried away. Anyways,
remember the immortal words of Tigers manager
Sparky Anderson: "You're gonna lose some ballgames
and you're gonna win some ballgames and that's about
it.

Vol. C - No. 1
The Michigan Daily (ISSN 0745-967) is published Monday through Friday
during the Fall and Winter terms by students at the University of
Michigan. The subscription rate for both terms is $25 within Ann Arbor
and $35 outside the city. The Daily is a member of The Associated Press.
New Student Edition Editor: Alex Gordon
Associate Editor: Miguel Cruz
Editor Emeritus: Adam Benson
Special thanks to:
Sports: Steve Blonder
Entertainment: Michael Paul Fischer
Speak Out: Liz Paige and Sharon Holland
WRITERS
NSE: Clark Benson, Peter Orner, Stephanie Riley, Debra Solomon
News: Barrie Berson, Diane Cook, Marion Davis, Ann Eveleth, Noah Finkel,
Jonathan Goodman, Steve Knopper, Scott Lahde, Kristine LaLonde, Ann
Maurer, Leslie Perira, Michelle Rabidoux, Taraneh Shafii, Vera Songwe,
Kelly Thayer, Lisa Winer, Wendy Worthen
Opinion: David Austin, Mike Fischer, Cathy Savoie
Arts: Marisa Anaya, Jeffrey Brown, Brian Jarvinen, Kristin Palm, Ari Schneider,
Mark Shaiman, Gina Tramontin, Pamela Warshay, Nabeel Zuberi
Sports: Steven A. Cohen, Theodore Cox, Mike Gill, Andy Gottesman, Mike
Head, David Hyman, Jodi Leichtman, Eric Lemont, Jay Moses, Adam
Schrager, Jeff Sheran, Peter Zellen
PHOTOGRAPHY
Cover Photos: Robin Loznak (Speak Out), David Lubliner (Sports), Bill Wood
(University, City, Entertainment)
Additional Photos: Amit Bhan, Jessica Greene, Jose Juarez, Suzi Silbar
BUSINESS

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CORRECTION
An incorrect date was given in the
Entertainment section for the Just
Kidding comedy troupe's campus
performance. It will be September
9th, 8:00 p.m., at the Power Center.
ei0ill
the
Daily Look for
Staff mass
meeting
announcements
in the
Daily this
fall.

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Finance Manager: Jill Katz

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Wells, Rochelle Young

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Arthur Andersen is pleased to announce the following 1989 graduates of the University of Michigan
School of Business have recertly become associated with our firm in the Audit, Tax and Andersen
Consulting practices.

URTROIT

Stephanie Augustyntak, MBA/FIN
MIC
Corinn Boring, BBA/Mktg
MIC
Daniel Burg, MBA/CIS
MIC
Charlene Carey, BBA/FIN
MIC
Christopher Chin, BBA/FIN
MIC
Kimberly Cudworth, BBA/ACCT
Audit
John Donati, MBA
MIC
Ronald Jordan, BBA/ACCT
Audit
Michael Koenig, BBA/BUS
Audit
Janet Wayne, BBA/ACCT
Tax
Glen Mackie, MBA
MIC
Princeton McNeley, MBA
SS
Gregory Saffee, MBA
MIC
Marc Stillman, MBA
MIC
Dave Stryk, BBA/Mktg
MIC

Benjamin Taub, MBA
MIC
Thomas Weeks, MBA/Mktg
SS
Tom Wilkins, MBA/FIN
MIC
Jerry Wood, BBA/Mktg
MIC
Chris Wylie. MAcc
Tax
CHICAGO
Stacy Alexovich, BBA/ACCT
Tax
Debra Baker, BBA/ACCT
Audit
Tim Flannery, BBA/ACCT
Audit
Laura Kundtz, BBA/Mktg
Audit
Andrew Goldman
Audit
Paul Kelly Jr., BBA/ACCT, FIN
Audit
Chas Richardson, MAcc
Tax

Marnie Rosenthal, BBA/FIN
Audit
Roger Schubert, BBA
MWC
Scott Simon, MBA
MIC
Timothy Throne. BBA
TSO
GRAND RAPIDS

News: 764-0552 Opinion: 747-2814
Classified: 764-0557 Display: 764-0554
The Michigan Daily is located at 420
Activities Building.

Arts: 763-0379
Billing: 764-0550

Maynard St., next to the Student

Sports: 747-3336
Alex: 761-3022

Ann McKinley, MAcc
Tax
NEW JERSET
Rajiv Gogia, MBA
MIC
NEW YORK
Neil Bernstein, BBA/ACCT
Tax
Joseph Douglas, MAcc
Audit
William Judice, BBA
MIC
Darin Lieber, BBA/ACCT
Tax
Michael Rachlin, MBA
Audit

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Arthur Andersen is pleased to announce the following 1989 graduates of the University of Michigan
School of Literature Science and Arts have recently become associated with our firm in the Audit, Tax
and Andersen Consulting practices.
DETROIT CHICAGO

Caroline Cain, BA/PSYCH
MIC
Anthony Choe, BA/ECON
MIC
Michael Weissman, BA/ECON
MIC

Regina Cetnar, BA/ECON
Audit

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Arthur Andersen is pleased to announce the following 1989 graduates of the University of
Michigan School of Engineering have recently become associated with our firm in the
Andersen Consulting practice.

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DETROIT
Keith Dunnell, BS/EE
MIC
Brian Dziadzio, BS/CS
MIC
Vincenzo Ferri, BS/CE
MIC
Anne Fischer, BSE/IOE
MIC
Julie Hemmen, BS/IE
MIC
Myron Hepner, Jr., BS/IE
MIC
Christine Horbes, BS/IOE
MIC
Seung - Yun Kim, BS/CS
MIC
Michael Mealoy, BS/EE
MIC
Neil Nelson, BS/IOE
MIC
David Parrish, MSE/IE
MIC
Elizabeth Pomerville BS/CI
MIC

David Schmitz, BS/Eng
MIC
Steven VanErmen. BS/IE
MIC
Thomas Villanueva, BS/EE
MIC
Elizabeth Webb, BS/EE
MIC
F. Thomas Wydra, BS/CS
MIC
CHICAGO
Roger Bashore, BS
750
Lsa Berger, BS
MIC
Adam Hameed, BS
750o
Brian James, BS
MIC
Susan Kolonic, BS
MC
Jeff'ery Lupovitch, BS
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Catherine Ouellette, BS
MIC
Patricia Ozaki, BS
TSO
Barry Rieger, BS
MIC
Stacey Sachen, BS
MIC
John Szobocsan, MS
TSO
Richard Wells, BS
ROSTON
Kimberly Clack, BS
MIC
CLEVELAND
Thomas MacLeay, BS
MIC
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David Strong
Audit, Detroit
Theodore Wydeven
Consufring, Detnoit

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Cecil Brown
Audit, Detoit
Jason Forge
Audit, Detroit
Michael Goldberg
Consulting, Detroit
Patrick Halas
Consulting, Detroit
Lee Harkavy
Audit, Memphis

Brent Lang
Consulting, Detroit
Stephen Master
Audit, New York
Maricel Majares
Tax, Detroit
Adam Nordin
Tax, Detoit
Jeffrey Sarrett
Audit, New York
Scott Severance
Consulting, Detroit

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