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Thursday, September 8, 1977'

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The prices are reasonable
the atmosphere relaxing.
* * *
FALSETTA'S SIDEDOOR
2200 Pittsfield B
The only place in town offe
low calorie Italian food. T
have particularly good vealf
misean and also feature low
orie banana splits. Prices
very reasonable.

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BAGEL FACTORY JOLLY TIGER
1306 S. University 2080 W. Stadium'
Specializing in-twhat else-bag- Family-type atmosphere. The;
els. For a real treat, try a fra- food is fairly good, inexpensive'
gel-a hot, raisin bagel topped and plentiful.
with sugar and cinnamon.
* * *

MILLER'S

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pizza

Chey 1227 S. university 1 U a YY t I I INW
par- Their 'ice cream comes in lots GANDY DANCERj
cal- of interesting flavors like Cara- 401 Depot
are mel Cashew, Pumpkin and Tin.
Roof, and the scoops are huge. You'll find the best seafood in
The place is usually mobbed on town here, flown in fresh daily
hot days, but it's well worth the from the East Coast. Also good
wait. steak, great fish chowder ad a;
* * fantastic salad bar. The sdvice'
tate JASON'S is commendable, and the atmos-
rbat I State St. phere in this train-station-turn-
bor The newest 'ice cream spot in ed-restaurant can't be beat.
rood town, located conveniently on * *

VICTOR'S
E. Huron at State
Located in the Campus Inn.
Good breakfast buffet.-
* * **
SANDALWOOD RESTAURANT
AND LOUNGE
100 S. Fourth
Perched high atop the Ann Ar-
bor Inn. Expensive food, quiet
atmosphere.
AMBASSADOR
I-94 at State
Located in the Briarwood Hil-
ton. They've got good steak and
a great Sunday brunch.
WEST BANK
2900 Jackson Rd.
At the Holiday Inn West. Great

reasonably priced and the at-,
mosphere is plush.
fast food
McDONALD'S 337 Maynard
The only unusual thing about the
place is the decor-bi-level with
stained glass window.
* * *
BURGER KING
520 E. Liberty
Open later than McDonald's,
Burger King tends to attract the
late-night, after-bar crowd. In-
teresting location for a fast food
place-in the basement of a
modern building.,
* * *
OLGA'S KITCHEN1
205 S. State
Features out 'of the ordinary
Greek-style food. Nice place for
a quick lunch, but hold the on-
ions if you order an Olga, unless
you're a masochist.
* * *

A bit expensive, but they've
good, fresh hamburgers -
bad for fast food
bars

If you enj
small, cozy
vial place.
ly.

got MR. FLOG

Packard at S
The best fast pizza in Ann Ar
- lots of 'cheese and a g
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DOOLEY'S 310 Maynard
One of the most famous of cam-
pus bars, Dooley's offers a mul-
ti-level table arrangement and
tolerably loud music. Through-
out the week, beer and other
drinks can be had at discount
prices during the many Happy
Hours. Friday afternoon means
15 cent hot dogs . . . pizza is
available every night and it's
good.
VILLAGE BELL
1321 S. University
Join the generations of students
who have carved their initials
in the varnished wood tables at
"The Gathering Place." The V-
Bell - serves food as well as
drinks. Thursday nights'are al-

)D'S PARTY hang-out. A couple of pool
120 W. Liberty tables.
joy bluegrass music, "* * *
y Mr. Flood's is a jo- THE DERBY BAR E. Ann
Entertainment night- I Allegedly the roughest bar in
town. Few students frequent this
** * Iplace.

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THE BLIND PIG
120 W. Liberty
A dental student was once heard
to say that seeing ."Boogie Woo-
gie Red at the Blind Pig is
enough to knock the pennies out
of a dead Irishman's eyes." The
Blind Pig is frequented by older
students and regular resident
folk. Features blues and jazz.
several nights a week.
* * *

BLUE FROGGE Church St.
A get-down-and-boogie bar, pric-
es' are relatively high. It's al-
ways loud and crowded, particu-
larly on weekends. Disco music
Friday, Saturday, andSunday.
* * *
FRASER'S PUB Packard Rd.
Fraternity / sorority hang-out.
Fraser's has a 6-foot TV screen
and a very bar-like atmosphere.
* * *

. ui-2rcces are nex..pensive,
delivery fast. They also serve
great subs.
PIZZA BOB'S UPTOWN
810/814 S. State.

State St. Serves Miller's ice!
cream, but the-scoops are not
as big as those at the original
Miller's. The atmosphere is nice,
though.
MOUNTAIN HIGH
ICE CREAM PARLOUR
117 W. Washington

WIN SCHULER'S

3600 Plymouth Rd. salad bar, good steaks and bur-
A great place if you haven't ges * *
eaten for two weeks-they feed U A.
you tons. Their steak is good as RUBAIYAT 102 S. First
is all of the other food. Start off Go there Wednesday night for
the meal with homemade bread) their $5.95 all-you-can-eat smor-
and their famous Bar-Scheeze. gasbord.

THE DEL-RIO THE APARTMENT .
Liberty between Main and First Geddes Rd. in Huron Towers
Good inexpensive drinks, fairly; Apartments
quiet atmosphere. Many literary Many older students frequent
types hang out here. Good anti- this quiet bar. Somewhat out of
pasto salad, sandwiches. Sunday the way unless you live on North
night jazz concerts. Campus.
* * 1.mpus.

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viving on
and other

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its reputation. Subs
sandwiches, particu-

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larly the Sister Ann, are decent. They serve natural ice cream PRETZEL BELL
Everything is a bit overpriced. with no artificial preservatives 120 E. Liberty
No delivery. or coloring. Comes in unusual Very collegiate atmosphere. Ru-
* * flavors, including Honey Al- mored to have the best. bleu
DOMINO'S mond. Rum Raisin and Carob! cheese dressing in town. Join in
Several Locations Chip. j the sing-a-long with the RFDj
Pizza has cardboard-type crust, * * * Boys on Friday and Saturday!
skititpy on the cheese, heavy on EDEN'S nights.I
the grease. Delivery is extrene- 330 Maynard . * *
ly slow-plan on an hours Pizza Natural food restaurant noted -,REAL SEAFOOD COMPANY
sonetimes arrives cold. for their chapatis, kind of like a 341 S. Main
* : salad tucked inside an envelope Large portions of good quality
OMEGA of Syrian bread. In the summer, seafood at decent prices.
Huron at Washtenaw Ct. the Eden's chapati wagon rolls 7-

ONASSIS CONEY ISLAND pecially Greeks) warming up 112 W. Liberty
414 E. William for the weekend. Definitely not a student hangout.
Average prices for average fast * * A semi-redneck joint featuring
food with average grease. BIMBO'S 114 E. Washington velvet paintings.
* * * If old fashioned sing-alongs are * * *
ORANGE JULIUS your thing, then Bimbo's is your THE FLAME
1237 . University place. Each Friday and Satur-, 115 W. Washington
Located on the ground floor of day night they pass out the song Known as Ann Arbor's gay bar.
'U' Towers apartments, they sheets and strike up the band. Knonka roasupybs.
CAMELOT ROOM serve hot dogs and fries in addi- Bimbo's offers a variety of al- drinks are good and suppos-
3250 Washtenaw tion to the usual Orange, Straw- coholic beverages as well as a edly cheap.
Located in the Crystal louse berry and Pineapple Julius con- substantial menu which includes ,
Motel Good salad bar, soup. If coctions. pizza and salad. THE OLD TOWN
you feel like dancing, go up- D * * C I B 122 W. Liberty
SDE LONG'S BARBEQUE CAMPUS INN BAR A non-descript, relatively peace-
disco. 314 Detroit . E. Huron at State ful bar. They have drinks -
c * * * Right next to the Farmer's Mar-: Campus Inn's garden-like bar is there's nothing more to say.
ket, De Long's has good fried famous for its daily happy hour * * *.
UNIVERSITY CLUB chicken for take-out or delivery. Just buy a drink-anything from THE STAR LOUNGE
Michigan Union * * * tea to wine-and help yourself Main St.
Tucked away on the first floor KRAZY JIM'S BLIMPY to the wide variety of cheese A low - key, neon-beer-sign-lit
of the Union, the drinks here are BURGERS' 551 S. Division and crackers for free. bar. Basically a non-student

j SECOND CHANCE
516 E. Liberty
One of the more student-oriented
bars, drink prices are high, as is
the cover charge. They get some
of the more recognized bands
throughout the week and even
some famous ones on weekends.
Dancing. The separate restaur-
ant features one of the best sal-
ad bars in the area and good
soup too. A great place to go for
lunch, although service is usu-
ally slow.
JACKSON RD. LOGGING
COMPANY
Jackson Rd. at 1-94
A combination disco and restau-
rant which has recently gained
popularity on campus. Prices
I are reasonable if you are willing
to make the trek out there.

Quick delivery. Pizza is a little
on the greasy side but other-

around campus.
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wise good. The fried chicken is LADYFINGERS CAFE
decent. Average prices. ' 400 Maynard
* * * Located on the ground floor of
MR. TONY'S' the Maynard House apartments.
State at William Order coffee or a piece of pas-
S. University ai Washtenaw try and relax and watch the
Pizza is mediocre-usually un- people go by while sitting with:
dercooked. The delivery is aver- a plaster companion.
age, prices moderate. The subs,
which are their specialty, are WASHTENAW DAIRY
fair and microwaved. 602 S. Ashley
# * *- Ice cream is fresh daily. It's
LITTLE CAESAR'S out of the way, but they give
North Campus Plaza the biggest scoops in town.
The delivery is pretty fast, the
prices nZoderate. The crust on
the pizza, though, is reminiscent SEVA LONGEVITY
of cardboard. The sandwiches COOKERY 314 E. Liberty
are very tasty here. Overpriced natural food. Good
* * * beef barley soup, homemade
'THOMPSON'S wheat bread.
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Better than usual pizza with lots
of cheese. Delivery is faster:
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something
different,
FARMELL'S
Briarwood Mall
The ice cream is over-priced
and the portions are small, but
you -get a free sundae' and sere-
nade on your birthday. The at--
mosphere can be fun if you're
in the mood to act rowdy and
immature. They also serve ham-
burgers and offer a good selec-
tion of candy.
* ~* *
WORLD'S HARVEST CAFE
Briarwood Mall
This cafe is tucked away inside
a gourmet food store, but it's-
well worth discovering. Try a
bowl of their French onion soup
topped with gobs of cheese -
.practically a meal in itself.
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DRAKE'S SANDWICH SHOP
709 N. University,
The atmosphere in this old-f ash-.
ioned sandwich shop is incom-
parable. Try some of their lime-
ade or lemonade, or choose from
among their huge selection of
candies and teas.

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but the food's not bad and thej
prices are reasonable. The cof-
fee, however, leaves much to be
desired.
* * *
AMY JOY DONUTS
2030 W. Stadium
Their donuts are tasty, but the:
selection at 4 in the morning
isn't likely to be very good.
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CHORAL UNION SERIES,
{ in Hill Auditorium
BEVERLY SILLS, Soprano . Fri., Sept. 23
SOVIET GEORGIAN DANCERS & CHOIR ... Fri., Oct. 14
(replacing Moscow Philharmonic)
PHILADELPHIA HUNGARICA ....... . ....Sun., Oct. 23
REINHARD PETERS, Conductor;
BALINT VAZSONY1, Pianist
LAZAR BERMAN, Pianist .............Thurs., Nov. 3
ROTTERDAM PHILHARMONIC
ORCHESTRA ................. . ..... Fri., Nov. i1i
EDO DE WAART, Conductor
NATIONAL ORCHESTRA OF BRAZIL .... Sun., Nov. 20
ISAAC KARABTCHEWSY, Conductor;
CRISTINA ORTIZ, Pianist
RUDOLF SERKIN, Pianist ............. Wed., Jan. 18
LEONTYNE PRICE, Soprano ............Wed., Jan. 25
BALTIMORE-SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA .. Sun., Mar. 19
SERGIU COMISSIONA, Conductor
ALBERT MARKOV, Violinist
BAVARIAN SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA, Munich... . ...............Sat., Apr. 8
RAFAEL KUBELIK, Conductor
Series of 10: $65, $55, $45, $35, $25
Singles from $4 to $10
CHOICE SERIES
in Power Center
MURRAY LOUIS DANCE COMPANY ... ,Mon, & Tues.
Imaginative, theatrical modern dance Oct. 17 & 18
GEORGE SHEARING QUINTET ...... Wed., Oct. 19
Celebrated jazz pianist with guitar, bass,
;drums, vibraphone.
THE HOOFERS--A Jazz Top Happening . . . Sat., Oct. 22
THE PENNSYLVANIA
BALLET ......... Mon., Tues., Wed., Nov. 14, 15, 16
BALLET FOLKLORICO MEXICANO ... .. Sat., Nov. 19
TCHAIKOVSKY'S "NUTCRACKER" BALLET . Thur.-Sat.
Four performances by the
Pittsburgh Ballet .................. Dec. 15-17
JOSE MOLINA BAILES ESPANOLES . ... Wed., Jan. 11
ROSSINI'S "BARBER OF SEVILLE" .. Sun., Jan. 15
Sung in English by the Canadian Opera Company
HUNGARIAN FOLK BALLET &i
GYPSY ORCHESTRA ................ Tues., Jan. 17
ELIOT FELD BALLET ..........Mon.-Wed., Feb. 20-22
NIKOLAIS DANCE THEATRE . Tues. & Wed.
Electrifying modern dance thedtre ... Mar. 21 & 22

CHAMBER ARTS SERIES
in Rackham Auditorium
BEAUX ARTS TRIO (piano, violin, cello) . Wed., Oct. 12
SUK TRIO (piano, violin, cello) ... ......Tues., Oct. 25
CONCORD STRING QUARTET ... (of.) Sun., Nov. 6
FREtBURG BAROQUE SOLOISTS . ... Thurs., Nov. 17
(flute, oboe, bassoon, strings, harpsichord) \
CAMERATA ORCHESTRA, Salzbrq.......Fri., Jan. 20
ANTONIO JANIGRO, Cellist/Conductor
FRENCH STRING TRIO AND
MICHEL DEBOST, Flutist ......... ...... Fri., Feb.-3
ORPHEUS CHAMBER ENSEMBLE AND
THE FESTIVAL CHORUS (in Hill Aud.) . . Sat., Mar. 25
AMADEUS STRING QUARTET .......<...Thurs., Apr. 6
Series of 8: $44, $34, $24
Singles at $7, $5.50, $4
DEBUT RECITAL SERIES
in Rackham Auditorium.
Established artists making their Ann Arbor debuts:
MURRAY PERAHIA, Pianist ........ Thurs., Qct. 27
MIRELLA FRENI, Soprano ..............Tues., Nov. 8
ALEKSANDER SLOBODYANIK, Pianist . . .. Sat., Feb. 25
KYUNG-WHA CUNG, Violinist .. ..... Thurs., Mar. 23
Series of 4: $22, $17, $12
Singles at $7, $5.50, $4
ASIAN SERIES
in Rackham Auditorium
PENCA (the Art of Self Defense) and TOPENG
BABAKAN (Masked Dance), West Java . . Sat., Nov. 12
THOVIL, SRI LANKA ....... . . . Wed., Mar. 1
Ritual Chanting, Dance, Drumming of Exorcism
OKINAWAN FOLK DANCERS ....Tues., Mar. 28
Series of 3: $15, $12, $7.50
Singles at $6.50, $5, $3.50

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A brand-new season-the 99th of the University Musical Society-is underway! Many delights
are in store, as top-ranking'solo artists and groups from around the world come to Ann Arbor to
share their multi-faceted talents. Browse through the offerings below-symphony orchestra, cham-
ber ensembles, recitals, Asian groups, and the widest variety of dance groups imaginable-all
here for your enjoyment throughout the coming season.
A monetary savings of up to 43 percent is possible by purchasing series-single tickets avail-
able after labor Day.

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Any four concerts: $30, $25, $20, $15
Any eight concerts: $60, $50, $40, $30
Singles from $4.50 to $9

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