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2B - The Michigan Daily - FOOTBALL SATURDAY - Friday, September 21, 2001

FOOTBALL SATURDAY
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2001 The Michigan Daily
in
Jon SchwarP .........Football writers
Geoff Gagnon.................................Editor in chief
Jon Schwartz.............................Managing Editor
Marjorie Marshall,
Jessica Johnson............................Photo Editors
Jessica Johnson
Marjorie Marshall...........................Cover Photos
Courtney Morales........Business Manager
Glenn Powlas.................Display Sales Manager
Ellen Gagnet, Julie Glaza,
Julie Lee, Kristin Nahhat,
Carrie Wozniak.................Sales Staff
Vinh Nguyen..................Advertising Production

Football Saturday
Year in, year out, Football Saturdays typify what makes Ann Arbor special.
That feeling of excitement as the game approaches; that smell of bratwursts
cooking at every other tailgate; that mass of students, alumni and fans that
make Hoover Street impassible by car; that overbearing ecstacy of a late-game
drive by the Maize and Blue to lock up the win; that unending grief that results
from a last-second Purdue field goal to win the game - Fall Saturdays stop life
in the town and focus all eyes on Michigan Stadium.
Six or seven Saturdays each year last for 52 weeks. When that last game ends
and Michigan Stadium closes its doors for another season, fans get ready - be
it 38 or two weeks away - for another chance to sit in the bleachers, to feel
the mammoth structure shake, to pump their fists in the air and shout, at the
top of their lungs but a volume inaudible, "Hail! to the Victors, valiant!"
This year, like in years past, The Michigan Daily will bring you all that there is
to know and all that you want to know about Michigan football. We'll take you
to Seattle, to State College, to Iowa City, East Lansing and Madison. And if you
can't be there yourself, we'll be in Michigan Stadium, feeling the excitement,
smelling the tailgates and tying up Hoover Street. And when the day is done,
and Football Saturday turns into your average Sunday, we'll be telling you all
about it.

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3 Todd Howard CB
4 Marquise Walker WR
5 David Underwood RB
6 Victor Hobson LB
7 Spencer Brinton QB
8 Walter Cross RB
9 Tyrece Butler WR
12 Brandon Williams CB
13 Larry Stevens DL
14 Andy Mignery QB
15 Ernest Shazor DB
16 John Navarre QB
17 Larry Foote LB
17 Sean Cassidy QB
18 Jermaine Gonzales QB
19 Ronald Bellamy WR
20 Michael Manning CB
20 Marlin Jackson CB
21 Jeremy LeSueur CB
22 Jon Shaw S
22 Ross Kesler WR
23 Chris Perry RB
24 Charles Drake DB
25 Hayden Epstein PK
26 Julius Curry SS
27 Calvin Bell WR
28 Anthony Jordan LB
28 Scott Panique FB
29 Aaron Richards WR
30 Tad Van Pelt DB
31 Zia Combs WR
32 Kolby Wells LB
33 Charles Young WR
34 Phil Brabbs PK
35 B.J. Askew FB
36 Brian Lafer WR
37 Zack Kaufman LB
38 Blake Nasif DB
38 Kevin Dudley FB
39 Evan Coleman DL
40 Eric Rosel TE
41 Timmy Bracken WR
42 John Spytek LB
43 Carl Diggs LB
44 Dave Armstrong FB
45 Phillip Brackins LB
46 Nick Upchurch WR
46 Ken Fremer K/P
49 Kirk Moundros FB
50 Joe Sgroi LB
51 Eric Brackins LB
52 Ross Mann S
53 Shantee Orr LB
55 Andy Christopfel OL

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55 Jeremy Read
56 Lawrence Reid
57 Dave Pearson
58 Roy Manning
59 Joey Sarantos
60 Grant Bowman
61 Josh Blackman
62 Brody Killian
62 Courtney Morgan
63 Derek Bell
63 P.J. Cwayna
64 Jeff Gaston
64 Stephen Baker
65 Leo Henige
67 Matt Lentz
68 John Wood

69 David SchoonoverOL
70 Jeremy Miller LS
70 Dan Simelis OL
71 Kurt Anderson OL
72 Ben Mast OL
73 Joe Denay OL
74 Demetrius SolomonOL
75 David Baas OL
76 Dave Petruziello OL
77 Tony Pape OL
78 Jonathan Goodwin OL.
79 Adam Stenavich OL
80 Braylon Edwards WR
81 Bill Seymour TE
82 Rudy Smith WR
82 Kyle Ealey TE
83 Bennie Joppru TE
84 Shawn Thompson TE
85 Adam Finley P
85 Dave Spytek DL
86 Jim Fisher TE
88 Gary Rose DL
88 Tim Massaquoi WR
89 Deitan Dubuc TE
90 Norman Heuer DL
91 Emmanuel Casseus LB

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Want a second date?-The top ten
worst first date movies of all time

By Lyle Henretty
and Andy Taylor-Fabe
Daily Arts Editors

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" Chicago Deep Dish
& Traditional Pizza
* Pasta Wins
" Burgers Chipatis s
" Lunch Specials
" Reservations Taken
for Large Groups
Good Food & Great Service...Your Place or Ours!!!!
"Of all the pizzas we tasted, Pizza House was the only one
that actually drew raves. I would definitely order this."
-Ann Arbor Observer

92 Dan Rumishek
93 Alex Ofili
94 Patrick Massey
95 Alain Kashama
96 Pierre Woods
96 Chris Matsos
97 Shawn Lazarus
97 Luke Perl
99 Jake Frysinger
99 Andy Stejskal

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As University students settle into their languid
class routine, and as the thick, swampy humidity
makes the conversion to brutal cold, social outings
begin to change. After Fall Rush ends and beer
money dwindles, students look to the comfort of a
motion picture theater to enjoy the excitement of
the big screen, or choose to spend their evenings
nestled in front of that holy blue glow of the tdle-
vision. Since autumn is second only to spring in
the hierarchy of romantic seasons, one may wish to
go to a moving-picture with a partner of interest. In
our self-consuming desire to save the- common
manl from the hell that is a bad date, here are some
films to avoid like the plague if you want your
relationship to last past the first evening.
10. Quills - It's not that the acting isn't excel-
lent, or that there are any problems with the plot,
lighting or set design, but it's just that as you pre-
pare to make the old yawn move (don't you dare
deny that you've tried it), the last thing you want to
see is a tongue-less Marquis de Sade writing his
last and supposedly greatest work on the walls of a
sanitarium with his own feces. Oh, and the sight
of Joaquim Phoenix having sex with a dead
woman won't score you any points either.
However, if you and your partner are for some rea-
son excited by this type of action, maybe you
should check it out, and don't ever call us. Ever. In
fact, stop reading this list right now. We don't want
to give you any ideas ...
9. Fear -'Yeah, good going, playa, a movie
with "Markv Mark," you can both enjoy this,
right? Good call, jackass. He's a man's man, but
the ladies love him, too. And nothing gets a little
lovin' initiated quite like that scene on the roller
coaster, which we can't mention in polite compa-
ny. But really, his only problems are an unhealthy
obsession with his girlfriend, carving her name
into his chestand killing her family. These aren't
exactly the images you want burned into your and
your girlfriend's minds on one of your first
encounters. The right girl may just get up and
leave, and the wrong one may ask why you don't
do anything romantic like that.
8. Swingers - Guys, this is for you. Don't get
us wrong. This is a fun, clever and insightful
movie, and between us we have probably seen it
more times than is healthy for a human being, but
for the most part, girls just don't like it. While the
guy is chortling to himself over Mike's botched
phone messages, calling out Trent's lines, "Like
fuckin' House of Pain was gonna do anything?" or
constantly using the "money" and "beautiful
babies" catch phrases, the girl is probably politely
paying attention while privately wondering when
it'll be over and why her date is so easily amused.
Choosing this movie for a date rental is the guy
equivalent of a girl choosing "Chocolat," which
reminds us ...
7. Chocolat - Girls, in the immortal words of
Jane Austen, this movie sucks my ass. This trite
garbage is exactly what's wrong with cinema:
Schmaltzy, overproduced dramatic scenes. Acting
from the school of Quivering Lip. A plot so inane
that it makes "The Cutting Edge" look like "The
Philadelphia Story." And yeah, we know that

everyone likes Johnny Depp with blond hair and
an Irish accent, but when he delivers lines like "I'll
come over and take the squeak out of your door for
you" with that smarmy little look on his face, we
want to claw our eardrums and beat Harvey
Weinstein to death with them.
6. The Wizard - Fred Savage, the poor man's
Sean Astin, stars in this one hundred-minute
Nintendo commercial for "Super Mario Brothers
3," (which rules, by the way). This film also fea-
tures heavyweight actors like Christian Slater.
Actually, originally we weren't sure why this was
on this list; we just thought it was funny to include
it for the obscurity factor. But when you think
about it, any girl watching this movie is going to
spend the whole time wondering what she's doing
with this 12-year-old in a man's body who can't
keep from drooling when he sees the Power Glove
(which also rules). Nostalgia's a bitch.
5. Schindler's List - This Spielberg classic is
one of the most brilliant and devestating films
about one of the most horrifying chapters of world
history, and everyone should see it at some point to
gain a full understanding of these tragic events.
However, seeing it with your date is about as
appropriate as reading the "Kama Sutra" with your
grandmother. Any three-hour movie about theolo-
caust is sure to be a mood-killer after your night at
Joe's Crab Shack, so if you foolishly decide' to,
ignore our sage-like advice and decide to view this
masterpiece in the company of
your new significant other,
leave your game at home, fel-

selves to good pic-up lines, e.g. I've got a
Revelation in my pants; don't be Left Behind," it's
not worth the suffering that is the viewing of this
terrible movie.
2. Kids - From the opening proclamation of
"I've got no legs" to the end where Casper joins
the viscious circle of AIDS, this flick is all of your
worst nightmares come-true. The antics of the
characters are enough to squash any romantic sen-
timent. As if the thematic elements were not
enough, then drinking milk from a tampon and
peeing on a wall in broad daylight should peak.
your date's interest. This film is brutally realistic,
which has nothing what-so-ever to do with dating
and romance. As far as physical derring-do, just
try it after the horrific finale. Or the horrific
beginning. Or pretty much everything in between.
This flick is more effective than birth control pills.
1. The Texas Chainsaw Massacre - Okay, so
we know what you did during "I Know What You
Did Last Summer:" You made out. Slick "horror"
movies with attractive people getting relatively
clean deaths are great date movies. You can ignore
them completely, or allow your date to get scared
right into your arms. "TCM" was revolutionary,
grim and disturbing. It plays more like a docu-
mentary than an exploitation flick. The dinner
table scene, in which such notables as Leatherface,
the old man, Grandpa and the Hitchhiker tease a
girl before they plan to devour her is not prime

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4. (Tie) I Spit on Your
Grave/Last House on the
Left - Films in the rape-
revenge sub-genre as a whole
don't usually make for a cozy
evening at home. Usually we're
all for innovation in cinema,
and these films play with gen-
der roles as the women take
control away from the men in
their lives. The positive mes-
sages involving women's liber-
ation and power are overshad-
owed by the several scenes
involving male genitalia being
severed. Bad for the girls,
worse for the guys. Add poor
production value and lots of
blood, and watch even the most
seasoned Casanova end up
"having a headache"
3. LeftBehind: The Movie
- Another sub-genre that is
generally full of atrocious date
movies is the Book of
Revelation "save your soul
from the Apocalypse" films
that have recently peppered the
market. This Kirk Cameron
vehicle is a fun-filled ride
chock full of guilt, damnation
and proselytizing. Just what
you want when you're trying to
put the moves on your date:
Religious guilt. Although the
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