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Best Copying
Albert's Copying
In perhaps the closest contest of this year, Albert's edged out Kinko's for
best copying center. One answer that came up a couple of times was "the
person who, sits behind me," but Albert's can do an even better job than
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Best Pizza Delivery
Domino's
You just got a $5 fine for that funny
tobacco. You need pizza, and quick.
Domino's Pizza delivers-in 30
minutes-guaranteed. If the pizza isn't
there on time it's free pizza dudes. The
pizza's good, and you won't have to wait
till doomsday to get it.
Best Barber/Hairdresser
Shear Impact
Get cut and styled by Ann Arbor's Best
- Shear Impact.
Best Record Store
Schoolkids
Let's face it, if it's music Schoolkids
either has it in stock or knows how to
get it quickly. Whether you're talking
classical, folk, jazz or rock they're sure
I to have something to interest you.

Best Women's Clothing
Store
Bivouac
Fashion with flair.
Best Chinese Restaurant
Sze Chuan West
A lot of people think there are no
good Chinese restaurants in Ann Arbor.
Well, they're wrong. Sze Chuan West
doesn't serve "American Chinese
food;" in fact it's as good as some Big
City China Town restaurants. Try some
of the hot and spicy dishes but keep
your water within reach.
Best Jewelry
Earport
If you fancy yourself (or somebody
close to you) a Lucy in the Sky with
diamonds-type, come in for a landing at
the Earport, it's a gem of a place.

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ANN ARBOR THEATER
210 S. 5th; 761-9700
EL NORTE
Having had its Oscar nomination for Best Foreign
Film pulled when the academy found out it wasn't a
foreign film, El Norte is looking for some public sup-
port. The story deals with the U.S. border and
Mexicans, and over 79% of the dialogue is in Spanish.
SWINGSHIFT
Goldie Hawn is joined by Kurt Russel in this flick ,
set in the '40s. The men go off to war, the women go
off to the factories, and I guess the kids get left
cooking dinner.
MOVIES AT BRIARWOOD
Briarwood Mall; 769-8780
AGAINST ALL ODDS
Not nearly so existential as some have said, but
quite intriguing, especially to those with a strong in-
terest.
FOOTLOOSE
A modern cultural thing viviantly expressing

American youth's predilection for freedom. A
possible successor to Flashdance.
MIKE'S MURDER
Is it a comedy, or is it a thriller? Exit polls reveal
that 42% of male viewers don't care, but really go to
see Debra Winger (of An Officer of Endearment
fame).
MOSCOW ON TIIE HUDSON
Poetically mad as always Robin Williams is now
a Russian saxaphonist defecting in New York. The
weak point is that he tries to defect in the cosmetics
department of Macy's while there is a sale on spor-
tingware at Hudson's.
ROMANCING THE STONE
Kathleen Turner (Body Heat . . .) and Michael
Douglas star in "this action-packed" adventure film
trailing through underdeveloped territory. Some
people have .not compared it to Raiders of the Lost
Ark..
WHERE THE BOYS ARE
Deja vu, maybe (mais oui). Yes, this is a remake
of that 1960 tribute Lauderdale. Gee, this doesn't say
too much of our present return to '50s "muscle-
beach" ideology, does it?
CAMPUS THEATER
1214 S. University; 668-6416
GREYSTOKE
Inspired probably not by a lack of previous inter-
pretations, this movie again recreates the Tarzar
myth of Edgar Rice Burroughs.

FOX-VILLAGE THEATER
Maple village; 769-1300
TERMS OF ENDEARMENT
A widow (Shirley MacLaine), tries to settle some
of the confusing points of a mother/daughter
relationship with her daughter (Debra Winger).
FRIDAY THE 13th: THE FINAL SEQUENCE
Let's hope so. There's only so much material to be
composed for a psychopathetic adolescent
slaughtering machine, and after this flick, my guess
is that the quality will go down hill, Plot summary:
Blood and T & A and gore and screams and pseudo-
sex and death.
HARD TO HOLD
The story of a big rock star who is on the way down
and who falls in love with a woman who never
thought he was a big rock star. Starring rock star
Rick Springfield who has appeared in soaps and seen
a video star. Springfield: "...I can put a part of me
into this story."
THE DRESSER
Not furniture, but rather Tom Courtenay, who-
plays Skakespearian actor's Albert Finney's
"dresser." One of this year's more artistic efforts.
STATE THEATER
231 S. State; 6626264
HOTEL NEW HAMPSHIRE
The long-awaited screen version of John Irving's
sequel to Garp.

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Drake's
Drake's was the winner-hands down, and deservedly so. They've got
every type of delectable confection you could imagine. Next time you're
chowing on some Gummy Bears check out Drake's Martian Room (up-
stairs)-it's a real trip.

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NATIONAL STUDENT VIDEO FESTIVAL
There is more to video than MTV. This weekend-
long program of student videos on any topic from all
over the country will show just how much more.
$3500 in prize money will be given out as the judges
answer the quesion "Where's the beef?" in student
video. Awards will be given out on Sunday. (Michigan
Media; Michigan Theater, 8:00)
DHARVEST: 3,000 YEARS (Haile Gerima, 1976)
A prize-winner at Cannes starts off a Black Cinema
festival. The movie is Amharic with subtitles, and it
describes the attempt by a peasant family to survive
in economic conditions reminiscent of the middle
ages. The director will be hosting a set of workshops
over the weekend, too. (Performance Network; 408
W. Washington, 7:00)
THE BAREFOOT CONTESSA (Joseph Mankiewics,
1954)
Humphrey Bogart is up to no good as he plays a
fallen director who tries to give his own star a boost
by raising that of Ava Gardner, a young actress.
(Mediatrics; Nat. Sci. Aud., 7:00)
THE MALTESE FALCON (John Huston, 1941)
Bogart again, this tilne on the good side, as he
plays detective Sam Spade searching for one of the
most troublesome birds the world has ever seen.
Mary Astor is the client. (Mediatrics; Nat. Sci. Aud.,
9:15)
WUTHERING HEIGHTS (William Wyler, 1939)
The Bronte novel of the same name is source
material for a love story set in the early 1800s in the
mysterious moors of England. The cast includes
Laurence Olivier, Merle Oberon, and David Niven.
(Cinema Guild; Lorch Hall, 7:00,9:00)
FILM PARODIES AND SHORTS
A good occasion to laugh and try to take your mind
off the 12papers you have due on the last three days
of class. The highlight is no doubt "Hardware Wars,"
a spoof of the Star Wars series. Bambi, Bergman,
and Coppola also get the satirical treatment. (Ann
Arbor Film Coop; MLB4,7:00,10:20)
ROCKY AND BULLWINKLE CARTOONS
More humor, and with perfect timing, as you can
get prepared for the 1984 football season, which you
just spent $45.50 to get tickets for. This is a much
cheaper opportunity to hear the Bullwinkle theme.
(Ann Arbor Film Coop; MLB 4,8:40)
THE GRADUATE (Mike Nichols, 1967)
Another film which always crops up just before
finals, Dustin Hoffman is a recent graduate who has
a lot to learn about love. The comedy is hilarious, and
the music is some soothing tunes from Simon and
Garfunkel. A good way to have a good time. (Cinema
2; Aud. A, 7:00, 9:00)

NATIONAL STUDENT VIDEO FESTIVAL
See Friday's listing. (Micigan Media; Michigan
Theater, 8:00)
BRICK BY BRICK (Shirikiana Gerima)
Many have written about the contrast in
Washington D.C. between the slums and wealth. This
is a film which compares the displacement of
thousands of the cities residents with all of the mar-
ble monuments mere blocks away, Part of the Black
Cinema series. (Performance Network; 408 W.
Washington, 7:00)
LOSING GROUND (Kathleen Collins, 1982)
The artistic temperment competes with the video.
academic in a couple which consists of a psychology
professor and'an artist. Following this film, Haile
Gerima, The director of Friday night's installment of
the Black Cinema festival, will participate in a
discussion. (Performance Network; 408 W.
Washington, 8:00)
LET IT BE (Michael Lindsay Hogg, 1970)
A documentary with a heck of a lot of music, also
known as the Beatles' last film. The end features the
group doing a spontaneous performance on the roof
of their recording studio. (Cinema 2; Aud. A, 7:00,
10:05)
YELLOW SUBMARINE (George Dunning, 1968)
The Beatles reduce themselves to plastic cells so
they can take part in an animated film in which they
try to eliminate the evil blue meanies from Pep-
perland. The music includes the title song, "Nowhere
Man," and "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds.'
(Cinema2; Aud. A, 8:30)
THE AFRICAN QUEEN (John Huston, 1952)
Bogart with Katharine Hepburn. he owns a ship in
World War I and agrees to take on missionary Hep-
burn. Before he knows it, she's managed to talk him
into attempting to destroy a German battleship.
James Agee wrote the screenplay from a C.S.
Forester novel. (Cinema Guild; Lorch Hall, 7:00,
9:00)
PINK FLOYD: THE WALL (Alan Parker, 1982)
A rather subversive film which says, among other
things, that we don't need no education. The source
material is the top-selling album The Wall, and the
film is one of them weird suckers. Lots of offbeat
animation, very little dialogue, even loss plot. (Ann
Arbor Film Coop; MLB 4, 7:00, 8:40, 10;20)
THE HARDER THEY COME (Perry Henzell, 1973)
A reggae extravaganza featuring Jimmy Cliff. He
cuts an album which proves to be very successful.
He starts a life of crime which also proves a success,
making the police want to catch him very badly.
Soundtrack also includes Toots and the Maytals.
(Alternative Action; MLB 3,7:00,9:00)
MIDNIGHT COWBOY (John Schlesinger, 1969)
Dustin Hoffman's second part this weekend is
quite different from his first. He also won an
Academy Award as a con artist who befriends Jon
Voight, a naive Texan who plans on m'aking it big in
New York City. The film, quite controversial when it
first opened, is also quite good. (Mediatrics, Nat. Sci.
Aud., 7:00, 9:00)
NATIONAL STUDENT VIDEO FESTIVAL
Winners get presented this afternoon. For details,

see Friday's listing. (Michigan Media; Michigan
theater,2:00)
IT'S A WONDERFUL LIFE (Frank Capra, 1946)
A rather odd-time for a Christmas story, but so"
what. James Stewart is an insurance salesman.
Thinking himself a failure, he decides to commit
suicide on Christmas Eve. Donna Reed, Lionel
Barrymore, and Henry Travers are also in the cast.
(Cinema Guild; Lorch Hall, 7:00,9:30)
OBLOMOV (Nikita Gikhalkov, 1981)
The final Ann Arbor Premiere of the term is an
import from the Soviet Union based on the novel by
Ivan Boncharov, and deals with the landowners
before the Revolution. Part of the Soviet & East
European festival,,the film is Russian with subtitles.
(Ann Arbor Film coop; MLB 4, 7:00, 9:30)
SALT OF THE EARTH ((Herbert J. Biberman,
1954)
Thefilm industry and the government tried to stop
production of this film, but were unable to succeed. It
deals with a year-long strike by zinc miners in New
Mexico, highlighting the role which women played.
(Alternative Action; East Quad, 8:00, FREE)
A CRIME TO FIT THE PUNISHMENT (Barbara
Moss & Stephen Mack)
This deals with all of the obstructions placed in the
way of Salt of the Earth. Narration is by Lee Grant.
(Alternative Action; East Quad, 9:45, FREE)

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JOE (John G. Aveldsen, 1970)
A film that purports to show all the bad things
which will happen if you hate hippies too much. Peter
Boyle is one man who hates hippies, and he meets up
with an ad executive who feels that same way. They
try to save his daughter from an immoral life.
(Cinema 2; Lorch Hall,7:00)
EASY RIDER (Dennis Hopper, 1969)
Hopper also stars with Peter Fonda as motorcycle
riders who deal drugs in California to pay for a trip to
New Orleans. Jack Nicholson has a small part as a
small-town lawyer. (Cinema 2; Lorch Hall, 9:00)

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