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SPORTS PRIORITIES
After interviewing a CBS
sportscaster, sports staffer Adam
Benson said "it was the highlight
of my college career" and "better
then sex." Perhaps it's time for
some serious introspection on
Adam's part. Daily staffers have
decided to chip in to buy Adam
"the gift of therapy" as a
graduation gift.
Recently a photo of the Pope
appeared with Daily
photographer Samantha Sanders'
by-line. Sanders had previously
approached numerous Daily
reporters to express grave
concerns that she was losing her
religious identity. Thus, staffers
had been warned that Sanders
could resort to drastic action. An
attempt by Sanders to place her
by-line on an 8x11 glossy of
Father Guido Sarducci was
stymied, but apparently our
defenses broke down for the
Pope.
A February 27 headline which
read "Ortega losses to Chamorro
in elections" prompted one reader
to write us a letter simply stating:
"Learn how to spell you lossers!"
BLANDNESS ABOUNDS
As if the above headline did not
send ample shockwaves through
the Ann Arbor community, Daily
powerplayers decided to go for
the monopoly on creativity in the
state of Michigan. After a heated
debate about word choice and
placement, a majority vote
decided it was time to go in for

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:urnalism
the kill with the following
headline for the off-lead story:
"Students give various reactions
to election"
CREATIVITY HITS THE
NEWS PAGE LAYOUTS
Readers were shocked when they
looked inside the February 14
Daily to find a seemingly
misplaced dead ad of an airplane
placed in the middle of page 3.
"Another silly layout by the
Commie-loving liberal rag," our
readers concluded at the time. In
fact, the ad, which included a list
of phone numbers of different
sections of the paper, was
strategically placed by top Daily
personnel as a ploy to attract a
huge new pool of writers for the
paper. While the creative tactics
failed miserably, the ad did kill
some white space on the page.
DEJA VU = BAD EDITING
After numerous calls and letters
praising the November 3 preview
story of the Campus Camera
game show, editor Noah Finkel
(now Editor-in-Chief/Anti-Christ)
caved in to public pressure and
decided to run another story on
the game show for the next day.
In fact, with the aid of some
alcohol, Finkel decided that he
enjoyed the game show preview
so much that he'd run the same
exact story again - with the same
headline. Kudos to Ross Tanzer
for having his same story run two
days in a row, an unprecedented
event in modern Daily history.
And sorry the story was bumped
from page 1 to page 3 on the

Best Used Books:
Dawn Treader
Dawn Treader beat out Dave's,
no doubt owing to Dave's odd
policy of placing all the books on
a folding table about a block away
from their entrance.
Best Record Store:
Schoolkids &
Wherehouse (tie)
A tie is like kissing your sister.
Best Used Record Store:
Wazoo
Buy CDs for $9, tape 'em, bring
them back for $7, then do it again
(but with a different CD).
Best Bar:
Rick's
What are best bars made of? Beer
and snails and puppy-dog tails.
Constant live music and close
proximity to that eyeglass place
by China Gate helped Rick's beat
out every tavern in town
Best Haircut:
Hair Express
Q: Hey, did you get your hair cut
at Hair Express?
A: No, dummy, I got them all cut.
Best Movie Rental:
Study Break
Slightly more conveniently
located than Blockbuster, Study
Break features the oddest prices
in the business. Where else will
you pay $1.83 for a movie? $2.57
for two? $1.21 on weekdays? And
it's guaranteed: every time you
rent there, your old membership
(those glamorous red construction
paper cards) will have expired.

Best Movie Theatre:
Showcase
How many theatres have so many
screens they can still show
Breakin' II: Electric Boogaloo
(and charge you $5.50 for it)? Join
the crusade to bring back the
stewardess who used to introduce
the previews and banish the evil
Dan Quayle-esque claymation
golem to celluloid hell. And, of
course, reclining bucket seats and
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