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April 18, 1980-The Michigan Daily

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CLOGS by
(9/of aug/ters
OF COURSE

Blue, Cognac,
Wine
*3300

ENERGY-
We can't afford
o AMERICAN INDIAN
LAW DAY
FRI., APRIL 18, 9-5
Hutchins Hall, U-M Law School
featuring RUSSELL MEANS (Siux)
Director of American Indian Movement (AIM)
at 2:15-3:25, rm. 100
Also including eight other guest speakers through-
out the day discussing such topics as the Indian
Fishing Rights controversy.
For information call:
DOROTHY GOEMAN (313) 764-5418
or
ED GOODMAN (313) 763-3986,
Sponsored by MSA, LS & A, Rackhom Student Government,
and Law School Senate.

13 Word
workers
By JULIE SELBS7
Thirteen employees
dprocessors duplicating se
State Street were fired yest
they refused to report to wor
ployees stayed off the job to
port for two workers who
nesday over disputes u
management.
Lou Borthers, former man
printing department,
Forrester, also a former e
the printing department, sa
their jobs Wednesday af
James Smith intercepted
phone call one of the worke

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DOWTOWN
217OS. MainS.
OpeuMon. &Fri.
Nites'ti18 &5

Come in and see the
many styles in stock.
Heels & straps in many colors.
Some styles available in
men's sizes.
MAST'S
TWO STORES

SPECIALIST
4 )
ALL GEAR FOR KAYA
& CANOES- EXPEDITIONS
W-F 12-9 996-
SAT 9-12

CAMPUS
619 E.Liberty
Open Friday
til 100

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"Experience Leopold B
ggests an ad for one
bor's finest restauran
on investigation L
oom's proves tol
chanting experience
ire than a nice place
ner, it is an escape in
WII elegance.
n order to appreciate
opold Bloom's has to of
cessary to eras
econceived notions
member that it is muc

loom's"
of Ann -
ts and than its reputation as
eopold expensive restaurant. Aqua
be an yourselves with the true Leopc
. It is Bloom's beginning with T
for a Gallery. Situated upsta
to pre- from the restaurant proper, T
Gallery is, officially, a cockt
and wine room. It is
all that elegantly warm and inviti
fer it is salon with comfortable cho

an Louise Lutton, describes it as
int "similar to your ideal
old Englishman's study, where you
he can sit back in the leather chairs
irs and enjoy yourself." The Gallery
serves a variety of hot hor
ail d'ourves plus fruit and cheese
an plates. In addition to a complete
is bar, The Gallery offers Hagen-
lly Dazs Ice Cream drinks and
ate vintage wine by the glass. The
er, Gallery is perfect for those who

e all
and
h more

and couches informa
arranged to accommoda
relaxed conversation. Manag

Lust want fine wine and hors
d'ouvres after work or studying
or before or after the theater as
it opens at 5 p.m. Tuesday
through Saturday without a set
closing time. And, for those who
will be dining in the restaurant
downstairs, it is a special place
for meeting, waiting, or relax-
ing.
A vital characteristic of The
Gallery, as well as Leopold
Bloom's is the extensive antique
artwork, which captures the
restaurant's very essence. Late
20's art deco etchings by Louis
Icart fill the walls, upstairs and
down. Tiffany lamps are hung
and displayed upstairs along with
American and French art glass,
circa 1895-1915. All artwork is
original, from such masters as
Tiffany, Steuben and Galle, and
for sale through then NCN Duke
Gallery.
Moving downstairs, past the
etched glass fish tank, pre-WWII
music, Spiked Jones to Billie
Holliday, sets the mood. In the
privacy of a high-backed, hand-
painted wooden booth, you may
enjoy a full course meal,
prepared completely in Leopold
Bloom's own kitchen by chef
David Peterson, only the bread
is imported from area
patisseries. The fixed menu
offers continental cuisine, such
as roast duckling, Chicken
Cordon Bleu and prime rib which
may be preceded by apetizers
and unique salads. In addition to
the fixed menu, daily specials
are offered which always
include at least one fish and
veal du jour and fresh
vegetables which hold their own
place of honor. For desert,

waitpersons display a d
tray, offering anything
cheesecake and cho
mousse to cream brulel.1
Dazs Ice Cream drink
available.
Although Leopold Bloo
capable of providings
course dining expe
complete with vintage w'
also accommodates th
a tighter budget with an
dining special, Tueday th

processors
strike, are fired
T at work. This apparently brought to a
of Wor- head the workers' grievances, which
rvice on S. they said include "inadequate" wages,
erday after no health insurance or other benefits,
rk. The em- and "arbitrary managemen
o show sup- decisions."
quit Wed-
with store "THE ISSUE OF phone calls may
seem rather petty," Brothers said, "but
nager of the it's the intimidation. That's what it's all
and Jim about. The thing is, it's always been the
mployee in policy, but it's never been enforced.
id they left Now they just decided to enforce it out
fter owner of the blue."
a personal "We don't even have to stop anything
rs received to get it," Forrester added. "The phone
is right beside the press."
Of the 17 employees scheduled for the
LNCE mroning shift yesterday, four reported
to work. Smith and his wife also
worked, bringing the total staff to six.
Business, Smith said, is running at
about 25 per cent of its usual capacity.
Striking employees lost their jobs at
s noon. They say they plan to continue'
striking, although there is little than
can be done. The workers split on a vote
last summer to unionize the Industrial
Workers of the World. A vote t
unionize must win by a majority.
"Apparently there is more than one
issue involved here," Smith said.
"People are striking for their own
grievances, and in support of two other
AKS employees who quit. But our position
, CLASSES remains the same. These people volun-
tarily quit. We don't intend to give
them their jobs back."
lessert Saturday from 5-6:30, featuring
from a complete dinner of prime rib
colate or Chicken Cordon Bleu for $7.25
Hagen and $6.75 respectively. On
s are Sundays Leopold Bloom's offers
Sunday brunch, opening at
10:30, while The Gallery serves
)m's is champagne and "The New
a full York's Times." The hours Tueday
rience through Saturday are 5 to close,
ine, it Sunday 10:30 a.m.-3:00 p.m. It is
se of an experience not to be missed.
early All major credit cards are
hrough accepted.
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" fresh ground sirloin daily
* Your choice of a variety of
' cheeses and toppings
* Thick and creamy New
England Chowder
1321 S. University
769-1744
MON.-SAT. 11:30-close
SUN. 12-close
OME AS YOU ARE TO
u~jA CI

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* STEAKS
* COCKTAILS
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Mon-Sat 11:30-2 am
Sun 4-1 am
208 W. HURON
995-0505

" SALAD BAR
* WINE & BEER
" SEAFOOD

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Leopold Bloom's
Early Dining Specials
5-6:30
PRIME RIBS OF BEEF $7.25
Served with baked potato and salad
CHICKEN CORDON BLEU $6.25
on wild rice blend with salad
Make your graduation reservations now
LEOPOLD BLOOM'S
118 W. Liberty 665-3

333

ANN ARBOR NEWS-"For the fish lover
however, we have found the Whiff letree
the best place in the area."

N.,

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PRETZEL BELL
" Buffet luncheon featuring roast
beef and homemade soups.
« Complete dinners including
the lavish salad bar.
FEATURING DRILY SPECIALS

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114 E. Washington
665-3231

Every Sunday
SPECIAL ITALIAN BUFFET
Every Thursday
SMORGASBORD
FOR ONLY $495
Includes: Soup, Salad,
Relish Bar and Bread

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120 E. Liberty
761-1470

MON-SAT: Cafeteria 11:00-4
Dinner 5-10

SUN: Dinner 12-9

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