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FOOTBALL SATURDAY
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Jon Schwartz....... Football writers
Geoff Gagnon ...............Editor in chief
Jon Schwartz..... ........Managing Editor
Marjorie Marshal!....... ......Photo Editor
File Photo...... ................Cover Photos
Brendan 0' Donnell
Courtney Morales ............Business Manager
GlennGPowlas........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 sevenaSaturdays 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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23 Chris Perry RB
24 Charles Drake DB
25 Hayden Epstein PK
26 Julius Curry SS
27 Calvin Bell WR
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28 Scott Panique FB
29 Aaron Richards WR
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31 Zia Combs WR
32 Kolby Wells LB
33 Charles Young WR
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36 Brian Lafer WR
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38 Kevin Dudley FB
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42 John Spytek LB
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76 Dave Petruziello OL
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78 Jonathen Goodwin OL
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81 Bill Seymour TE
82 Rudy Smith WR
82 Kyle Ealey TE
83 Bennie Joppru TE
84 Shawn Thompson TE
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86 Jim Fisher TE
88 Gary Rose DL
88 Tim Massaquoi WR
89 Deitan Dubuc TE
90 Norman Heuer DL
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94 Patrick Massey DL
95 Alain Kashama DL
96 Pierre Woods DL
96 Chris Matsos WR
97 Shawn Lazarus DL
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Greatest Hits, The Cure;
Elektra
By Keith N. Dusenberry
Daily Arts Writer
The holidays must be drawing near.
To record labels, the festive season
means two things: CDs as gifts and
gift certificates as potential CD pur-
chases. Thus comes the November
influx of greatest hits packages and
video collections. Never ones to
place their fans over a few extra dol-
lars, this
Christmas/Chanukah/Kwanzaa/etc.
finds the Cure being naughty with the
release of their latest in a long line of
greatest hits repackaging scams.
The Cure have always attracted a
certain sector of the record buying
population, no matter how uneven or
downright horrible their records may
have been. These people are usually,
in America at least, quietly obsessive
about the Cure and their discography
- sort of like less obnoxious versions
of The Tori Amos Girl. The Cure kids
quietly and steadily build a personal
library of obscure French import
records and discarded tubes of front-
man Robert Smith's mascara. But
curiously, perhaps simply in the name
of having a complete collection or
simple masochism, they continue to
buy Cure greatest hits albums despite
already having all but a song or two
already in their collections. And the
general public isn't buying these hits
packages, though they would be far
better off for supporting the Cure
than say, Incubus. These days, the
only non-fan buyers of the Cure hits
records are friends of fans attempting
to understand their friend's obsession.
But Greatest Hits isn't essentially a
bad record. It offers popular Cure
favorites like "Boys Don't Cry," Just
Like Heaven" and "Mint Car" along
with radio hits "Lovesong" and
"Friday I'm In Love." The collection
also offers, in a classic Cure con, two
new songs. "Cut Here" and "Just Say
Yes" can only be found on this $20+
Cure CD. The Cure have been pulling
this sort of trickery since the mid-

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'80s and they still think they can get
away with it, and given the nature of
their devoted fans, they sadly might.
The Cure's first singles collection
CD, 1986's Staring at the Sea,
promised several compact disc only
songs in an attempt to promote the
then-fledgling format. The cassette
version of the same album replaced
the CD only tracks with various b-
sides, thus creating two "essential"
albums for Cure fans on two different
formats, and doubling the album's
sales for the label. Similar shenani-
gans occurred with the release of their
subsequent singles package Galore -
the Cure tacked a "new" song avail-
able nowhere else onto the end of it
and sat back as the cash registers
rang.
Instead of placing Greatest Hits'
incomplete collection of original hits
on one of its discs and a companion
acoustic version of the exact same
tracks on the other disc, potential
Cure fans would have been better
served by a simple binding of the
existent singles collections mentioned
above. Then there would be no redun-
dancy in the introduction, and the
newcomer would get a fuller collec-
tion of Cure classics, like "Killing an
Arab" and "Pictures of You" - just
two of a number of quality Cure
songs missing from the new Greatest
Hits. Releasing the acoustic,
Unplugged-style disc two of Hits by
itself would be nicer for Cure fans,
maybe allowing the less maniacal
among them to save some cash by
only having to buy a single record
instead of the double disc. A little
present like showing respect and
kindness toward their fans would be a
nice gesture from the Cure during
this holiday season. But that won't
happen, and this year Robert Smith
can expect to find a lump a coal, and
not my $20, in his Christmas stock-
ing.
Grade: C
- My thanks to Sunil Sawani, Cure
expert, for his input regarding this
album.

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