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Best Video Arcade
Mickey Rat's
If you're not playing video at Mickey
Rat's you could be throwing away a lot
of money. Firstly, at Mickey's you get a
lot of plays for your dollar, and secon-
dly, if you're a Michigan Student you
can get two extra tokens free (once a
day, bring your I.D. Card). Mickey's
has quite a selection of video games to
entertain you. Hope you get a high
score.

Best Sub Shop
Pizza Bob's/Morelli's
When you want a delicious sub, the
way you want it, Morelli's is the place.
Best Salad Bar
Pretzel Bell
There are few sights more wonderful
to the eyes of a hungry person than that
of the Pretzel Bell's two-tabled salad
bar. Complete with all the extras it's a
meal in itself.

Best Used Record Store
Wazoo
Some people believe that Humphrey
Bogart started the used record industry
when he said, "Play it again, Sam."
However it has reached its peak here in
Ann Arbor with the Wazoo people.
Wazoo has such a large selection that
they had to open up an annex to hold it
all.

Best Bagel
Bagel Factory
If you're looking for a delicious,
freshly baked, hot bagel, then get
yourself over to the Bagel Factory. In-
novative Bagels-sounds crazy doesn't
it? Well, if good ol' cream cheese isn't
enough for you, The Bagel Factory has
a whole slew of Bagel sandwiches and
toppings you can choose from. You can
even get a doggle-that's a hotdog
wrapped in-a bagel. What'll they think
of next? Quick tip-try a fragel, they're
delicious. -

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throwing a loop in your
schedule?
Is getting a proper meal
an exercise in quantum
mechanics?
Fear not. Domino's Pizza
will give your brain a
break as well as provide
nutritious energy.
We deliver made-to-order
pizza in 30 minutes or less.
Now, that's a formula you
can't afford to miss!
Call us.
Central Campus 761-1111
South Campus 761-9393
North Campus 769-5511
Our drivers carry less
than $10.00.
limited delivery area.
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Best Deli
Zingerman's
Zingerman's a winner? What's a question? Of course it's a winner. Where
else in Ann Arbor can you get the kind of food on which Jewish mothers build
their reputations? Not from some imposter that slaps some corned beef on
rye bread and calls it a sandwich. At Zingerman's you get the real works,
from chopped liver to chicken soup made from real chickens, not Mr.
Manischewitz' jars. And sandwiches come with bread so thick it would
make Grandpa's teeth fall out. But a word of warning, call in advance on
Sundays when most Best of Ann Arbor Zingerman's fans crowd the counters.
Everyone at
SHEAR IMPACT
is pleased to announce the
presentation of their work on stage
in the
Fifth Annual Metamorphose Hair Festival
BEZIERS, FRANCE
Please note that we will be closed
Friday, May 25 until Monday, June 11
Thanks for your continued clientele.

Bethlehem United Church of Christ (423
S. Fourth Ave.). Free.
Music
The Ark
The Ark presents the Homegrown
Women's Music Series featuring 19th
century and contemporary folk songs
by Doris Corbett, and original music by
Jesse Richards. Also, performance ar-
tist S.L. Storrer and the Afro-Latin
Dancers. 7 p.m. at The Ark (1421 Hill
St.) $3 donation. Call 665-8202, 663-2209,
or 769-7053 for more information.
Performance Network
The Performance Network presents
"New Music Performances" with
music by guitarist/synthesizer Mark
Sullivan, The-Duo, and GKW, a band
which includes all three members of the
popular postpunk rock band Non-
Fiction as well as the two bass
guitarists in The Duo. 7:30 p.m. at Per-
formance Network (408 W.
Washington) $3. Call 663-0681 for more
information.
University of Michigan
The University Ukrainian Festival
presents The Bandurists, an inter-
nationally acclaimed Detroit string en-
semble and chorus, employs the ban-
dura, a Ukrainian folk instrument
which combines the qualities of the lute
and the harp. Reception afterwards at
the Michigan Union Pendleton Room. 3
p.m. at Rackham Auditorium. Call 764-
0351 for more information. Free.
The University Band, the University
Concert Band, University Symphony
Band
All perform a program to be announ-
ced. Eric Becher, Larry Rachleff, and
H. Robert Reynolds will be conducting.
4 p.m. at Hill Auditorium. Call 763-4726
for more information. Free.
Ars Musica
Ars Musica. See Friday 13 for more
information. 8 p.m.
Theater
University Players
London Assurance continues at 2 p.m.
See Friday for more information.
Sports
Softball
University Softball vs. Michigan
State at 1 p.m., in the varsity softball
diamond next to Ray Fisher Stadium.
Call 763-2159 for more information.
Free.
Etc
Joe's Star Lounge
Joe's Star Lounge presents "Open
Mouth Poetics," an informal occasion
for local and visiting poets and short-
fiction writers to try out their work on a
live audience. All invited to read or
listen. 2-5 p.m. at Joe's Star Lounge
(109 N. Main) Call 662-8370 or 665-JOES
for more information. Free.
University Museum of Art
The University Museum of Art
presents Trends and Traditions in
Japanese Art with films, Discovering
the Music of Japan and Kabuki: Classic
Theater of Japan 2:30 p.m.
Bars & Clubs
The Blind Pig (996-8555) - George
Bedard and Mr. B keep you hoppin'
with rockabilly sounds.-
The Earle (994-0211) - Larry Man-
derville resumes his position at the
piano and brings you great solos.
Joe's Star Lounge (665-JOES) -

Don't miss this week's video dance par-
ty since Joe's offers the latest and
greatest in video.
Rick's American Cafe (996-2747) -
Since a light on the new reggae dance
group First Light at Rick's tonight.
Roundhouse Saloon (769-0592) -
David Mayer plays piano classics.
Second Chance (994-5350) - Twenty
different vocalist compete for a cash
prize in tonight's Soundtrax Studio
Talent Showcase.
U-Club (763-2236) - there's an Eclip-
se Jazz Jam Session at the Club for all
you jazz fanatics.
Mr. Flood's.Party (995-2132) - Nos
Moking smokes with the lates in R&B.
Theater
Washtenaw Council for the Arts
Performance Network is having a
monthly open audition for people in-
terested in.stage, film, and video roles
in any of the upcoming performances.
Directors are looking for cast members
for the future productions of One Flew
Over the Cukoo's Nest, The Prodigals,
and the Works in Progress series.
Auditions at 7 p.m., Performance Net-
work (408 W. Washington). Call 663-0681
for more information. Free.
Etc
Rudolf Steiner Institute
The Rudolf Steiner Institute presents
"Change and Challenge in Human
Destiny," a lecture by Mercy College
Waldorf Institute director Werner alas.
Come at 8 p.m. (1923 Geddes) $3
(students and seniors, $2), donation.
Guild House
The Guild House presents a Poetry
Series with University English
professor Stephen Dunning and
associates at 8 p.m. (802 Monroe). Call
662-5189 for more information. Free.

Etc
Humane Society of Huron Valley
The Humane Society of Huron Valley
will hold a Dog Training and Care
Clinic tonight. Topics include your
dog's personality, feeding, household
behavior, housebreaking, crating,
chewing, grooming, healthcare, and
basic obedience. 7-8 p.m. (3100 Cherry
Hill Rd.). Call 662-5545 for more infor-
mation. Free.
Ann Arbor Camera Club
The Ann Arbor Camera Club presents
"Color Photo Silkscreens," with Club
member Roy Sowers, a New England
School of Photography graduate who
will be explaining how color photo
silkscreens are made and show exam-
ples of his own work. 7:30 p.m. at For-
syth School (1655 Newport Rd.). Call
971-6478 for more information. Free.

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George Orw
on social bet
p.m. (408 W
$4. Call 996-4
Sports
Men's baseLb
The guys
today at'1 p.
Tickets are
details.
Softball
If baseba
maybe soft
might. Chec
next to Ray
Call 763-2159
Etc
The Rawson
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Bars & Clubs
Joe's Star Lounge (665-JOES) - The
Gladiators bring their Jamaican
reggae to the Joe's crowd.
Mr. Flood's Party (995-2132) - Fast
Tracks speeds into Flood's with some
boppin' rock.
Rick's American Cafe (996-2747) -
The Wet Shavers won't dry you out with
their new rock.
Roundhouse Saloon (769-0592) - Bart
Polot keeps pounding out those paino
tunes.
Second Chance (994-5350) - Moriah
heaves ho with some top-40 rock.
Sports
Men's baseball
Today there's a doubleheader against
Cleveland and State. Don't miss it at 2
p.m., Ray Fisher Stadium. Tickets are
$2. Call 764-0247 for more details.
Etc
University English Department
The English Department holds a
poetry reading today in the Rackham
West Conference Room. Virginia poet
Cathryn Hankla leads the reading with
works from her most recently
published piece Phenomena at 4 p.m.
Call 764-5272 for more information.
Free.

Bars & Clubs
The Earle (994-0211) - Larry Man-
derville spices up your evening with
piano solos.
Joe's Star Lounge (665-JOES) - The
bands are yet to be announced,
tonight's Puppy Heaven Party. Don't
miss it.
Rick's American Cafe (996-2747) -
First Light shines on with new and im-
proved reggae.
Roundhouse Saloon (769-0592) - Bart
Polot tickles the old ivories for this last
week of classes.
Second Chance (994-5350) - Dop-
pelganger can't stop the local rock.
Mr. Flood's Party (995-2132) - The
Lunar Glee Club makes sounds that will
send you into orbit.
Sports
Men's baseball
University Baseball Doubleheader
vs. Ferris State at 1 p.m. (Ray Fisher
Stadium) $2. Call 764-0247 for more in-
formation.
Men's tennis
University Men's Tennis vs.
Michigan State at 2:30 p.m. in the out-
door varsity courts next to the Univer-
sity Track and Tennis Building. Call
764=0247 for more information. Free.
Ann Arbor Soccer Association
The Ann Arbor Soccer Association
presents the first day of play for
Tuesday/Thursday night Open League.
See Monday 16 for more information. 6.
p.m.

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Bars & Clubs

Joe's Star Lounge (665-JOES) -
Watusis are changing their sound and
their name at Joe's ce soir.
Mr. Flood's Party (995-2132) - The
Slang is rapidly gaining a reputation as
the hottest local act. Don't miss 'em.
Rick's American Cafe (996-2747) -
Boogie down to the woogie of the Un-
touchables at Rick's.
Roundhouse Saloon (769-0592) -
More solo melodies from Bart Polot.
Second Chance (994-5350) - Moriah
is back on stage with top-40 rock.
Theater
Young People's Theater
Animal Farm is directed by Jim
Moran at the Performance Network
and offers children and adults alike an
inside look at a society gone hog wild.

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