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The Michigan Daily -- Friday, January 28, 2000 - 7

'Even though I've only been on staff for a year, it's been an incredible
experience. I've learned a lot about insomnia, all the campus restaurants
that deliver and the best part is that I get to stick around until the end of
the year. which gives me three extra months of Daily time. But ill quick-
ly disappear and I'll miss it all when I'm gone - especially the Daily
staffers who have made it so special. I guess I'll be seeing you soon, serV-
ing greasy food and wearing a funny hat in my post-graduate endeavors.
JEANNIE BAUMANN DAILY STAFF REPORTER
In my four years at the Daiy I have learned a tremendous amount about jotw.
nalism arnd about people. In the pmoccss, I have made some of myv closest friends, and
myw college career would not hav'e been the same without The Michigan [Tully

Okay so I'm not out of here yet, but I'm going to take advantage of this
anyway. What's new though? I've been taking advantage of the Daily
since I got here. Not only have I gotten to sit in the press box for a ton of
kickass sporting events and gotten fat on all the free food and 45 cent
duinks, and they sent me to Alaska for free. Cotta shout out to all the
outgoing seniors (even though Berka is a bitch) and my bovz at 913
Mary, and in the words of one random jawa: Oooootecceeehing!

SURE, MARTINUS VELTMAN WON THE NOBEL
PRIZE FOR PHYSICS, BUT A LOT OF PEOPLE HAVE
IDONE THAT. ONLY TWO PEOPLE HAVE WON ON
"WHO WANTS TO BE A MILLIONAIRE?" WE
WONDER WHY VELTMAN DOESN'T STEP UP TO
REGIS'S CHALLENGE. CHICKEN? WALLACE
COULD TAKE HIM OUT IN A SECOND.
D a alrosh and Jack love

CHRIS GRANDSTAFF SPORTS WRITER

TRACY SANDLw DAILY SPORTS WRITER

The Daily has given me good stuff and fine times.
The Michigan Daily is funny because it's true. Good luck and great
happiness to all wvho read it (and all who do not).
"Thank you and thank you again.

To die. In the rain.

SATAMR PRAMANIK Managing Online Editor

ADAM BRIAN COHEN DAILY STAFF REPORTER

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EXECUTIVE OFFICE FURNISHINGS
4 FLOORS-OVER 20010 LOTS
Former Gener'al Motors Corporate H.Q.
WED. FEB. 2, 2000 C) 9AM
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Preview: Tures. Feb lst-gam -4pmn
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Client Chairs (some with walnut &
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Marble Top End Tables - Lounge
Furnishings - Entertainment Centers"
Coimputemr Tables & Stands - Magazine Racks
- Coat Racks - Wicker Chairs - Marker
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- Etc.
10%, Buyers Premium Will Apply,
Detailed Listing by Fax or E-Mail
Available
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