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DOMINICK'S
(812 Monroe; 662-5414)

Open 7:30 a.m.-10 p.m. Mon.-Sat.; 4-8 p.m.
Sun. Delicious Italian dinners-pasta, lasagna,
etc. Also pizza, subs, beer & wine. Classes and
meetings welcome. Ample seating inside.

PIZZERIA UNO
(1321 S. University; 769-1744)
Open daily 11 a.m.-2 a.m. Beer specials
nightly. 2-FOR-1 mixed drinks 11-6 p.m.
Voted Ann Arbor's Best Pizza and Best
Pizza Value 2nd year in a row-1 large pizza
serves 4 for under $7. Thanks Ann Arbor,
you've said a mouthful!

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PARTHENON GYROS
CASA DeVARTIS (226 S. Main; 994-1012)
(AboveDominick's, 812 Monroe; 662-5414) Open 11 a.m.-10 p.m. Mon.-Sat.; 12-10 p.m.
Open 5:30-9:30 p.m. Mon.-Sat. Fine Italian Sun. and Holidays. Fine Greek food: gyros,
cuisine with dining both indoors and on the shish kabob sand., mousaka, pastitio, dol-
on airterrace. Cocktails always at Happy mades, spinach pie, Greek salads and pastry.
ou r rrce . Now serving liquor, imported Greek wines
and imported beers. Try our famous Sagan-
aka "OPA." Table service after 5.
FORBIDDEN CITY OLD GERMAN
(3535 Plymouth Rd.;665-3591; (120 W. Washington; 662-0737)
4905 Washtenaw Ave.; 434-7978)
Excellence in the ancient tradition of Man- "The Award-Winning" Old German res-
darin, Sze Chuan, and Hunan specialties. taurant of Ann Arbor offers fine German-
Attentive service, a ful service bar with a American dining at moderate prices. Imported
complete wine menu and exotic cocktails. beer and wine, cocktails.
Open 7 days a week.
' SPOONFULSTEVE'S ICE CREAM
LOVIN ;P62 NFU6)(342 S. State; 662-2663)
(3305S. Main; 662-2626)
Open Daily. Homemade ice cream - 40 fla- A gourmet ice cream shop with a homemade
vors, 25 toppings. Shakes, floats, etc. with touch. We specialize in mix-ins. Choose from
everythngfrs, omp broReeses, Heath Bar, chocolate covered raisins,
everything from Ambrosia Chocolate to Oreo and a whole lot more!
cookie and Bailey's Irish Cream. Open 12-12 daily.
MAUDE'S RESTAURANT STEVE'S LUNCH
(314S. Fourth; 662-8485) (1313 S. University; 769-2288)
Open 11 a.m.-l I p.m. Mon.-Sat., bar till 12
p.m.; 11 a.m.-12 p.m. Fri., bar till 1 a.m.; 4- Open 8 a.m.-3 p.m. Mon., 8 a.m.-8 p.m.
10 p.m. Sun. Specialize in Bar-B-Que baby Tues.-Fri., 9 a.m.-8 p.m. Sat.-Sun. Steak &
back ribs; large selection of chicken entrees, Eggs, omelettes. Also serving Korean food.
dinner salads, hot and cold sandwiches, ham- Breakfast special and served all day.
burgers, beer/wine.
ETZGER'S GERMAN
RESTAURANT
(203 E. Washington at 4th A ve.; 668-8987)
Ann Arbor's oldest restaurant. Serves lunch
and dinner daily except Monday. Prime Rib WOLVERINE DEN P RIA
- Prime Steaks - Seafood - German Cui- (1201 S. University; 769-8364)
sine. Full service bar and a delightful Bavar- We serve Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner. We
ian atmosphere. Dinners from $5.95 to $8.75. specialize in Pizza, Regular and Sicilian. Now
We will validate city parking lot tickets for sele in Riz.
car port adjacent. we serve GYROS.
PIZZA
DINEINANDCARRY OUT
FREE DELIVERY
6 $5 00
707 Packard at State
994-4900 994-GYRO

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C I N E M
(Campus Theater, 1214 S. University; 668-6416). (Movies at Briarwood, Briarwood Mall; 769-8780). TIGHTROP
F DREAMSCAPE THE LAST STARFIGHTER Clint Eas
TDennis Quaid plays a psychic with the ability to en- Star Wars meets Wargames in yet another Sci-Fi outright sle
yarn where the characters are mere background for somewhat di
ter another person's re s.A choppy, low budget the special effects. (Movies at Briarwood, Briarwood the big cit
Sci-Fi adventure that has its moments (if few). Mall; 769-8780). Briarwood i
NR U (Movies at Briarwood; 769-8780). THENEVERENDING STORY
RUN TH VLTHTMND THE NEVEREN DING STORY UTLSP
THEEVILTHATMENDO Wolfgang Peterson's crudely slapped together
Charlesroesaa doing what he does best -- fairy tale about a ten year old boy who enters another Karen Alle
AL OF E dblowing people aay in an adventure yarn that once world through a book he's reading. (Fox Village, 375 director of
Lily Tomlin and Steve Martin find their souls again casts him as a vigilante. (Fox Village, 375 N. N. Maple; 7691300). Lcs ih
sharing the same body in still another Martin Maple; 769-1300). O.FORpLE - Lucas, Rich.
collaboration with writer/director Carl Reiner that GHOSTBUSTERS OXFORD BLUES State; 662-2
has been getting surprisingly good reviews (con- Bill Murray is the sole gem of this over budgeted, him back into obscurity - it's that bad. (Movies at THE WILD
sidering their track record together) and a lot of over popular comedy that has too many gimmicks Briarwood; 769-8780). Sean Pens
business (State Theater, 231 S. State; 6624264). and too few laughs. (Fox Village, 375 N. Maple; 769- PURPLE RAIN adolescent c
ANOTHER COUNTRY 1300). Those who find Prince's music endearing will kids after g
Film adaptation of the celebrated British play GREMLINS likely find his first film venture equally so. Those Cameron C
about the limits of love and friendship between the Joe Dante's lucrative but slightly disappointing who don't, won't. (State Theater, 231 S. State; 662- Ridgemont f
young men of an English private school. (Ann Arbor yarn of mischevious gremlins that everyone thinks 6264) 6264)
Theater, 231S.5th; 761-9700). was directed Steven Spielberg. (Wayside, 3020 RED DAWN
BODY ROCK Washtenaw; 434-1782). More jingoistic machismo-minded jibberish from WOMAN IN
Modestly budgeted film about ghetto kids who IRRECONCILABLE DIFFERENCES the man whose original script for Apalypse Now Gene Wik
break dance and create "graffiti art." Any resem- Always precociously cute Drew Barrymore sues glorified the war. (Fox Village, 375 N. Maple; 769- this adaptati
blance to Breakin' or Beat Street must surely be her parents, Ryan O'Neil and Shelly Long, for a 1300) Ca Trompe I
coincidental, right? (Fox Village, 375 N. Maple; 769- child-parent divorce. (State Theater, 231 S. State; translation. ]
1300). 6626264).EEG F H ED bad, they're
THE BOSTONIANSTE- Crude, simple minded comedy about a bunch of through theyv
Adaptaton . THE KARATE KID college nerds who decide to get even with the jocks 6626264)
Adaptation of the James Henry novel starrng Young Ralph Macchio learns philosophy, and more and frat boys who have been victimizing them,
Christopher Reeves sans the Superman tights. importantly how to kick ass, in a juvenile Rocky. (Movies at Briarwood, Briarwood Mall; 769-8780).
troublesome mother who keeps on making him kill in Saturday's listing. (Mediatrics; Michigan
all kinds of nice women. Quite good, and not just for Theater, 11a.m.)
the famous shower scene. Do see it. Hitchcock THE LADY VANISHES (Alfred Hitchcock, 1938)
Festival. (Mediatrics; Michigan Theater, 7 p.m.) A pleasant little film as Mrs. Froy comes and goes
THE MAN WHO KNEW TOO MUCH (Alfred Hitch- with people even denying she was there to begin
F Icockks19e34ss)with. It all has to do with a bit of espionage. Hitch-
Hitchcock made this movie twice, and this is the cock Festival. (Mediatrics; Michigan Theater, I
first time. Most think this version with Peter Lorre is p.m.)
inferior to the latter one. Perhaps you should settle FRENZY (Alfred Hitchcock,1972)
for ten hours of the Hitchcock Festival today. One of Hitchcock's best. A series of sexual killings
(Mediatrics; Michigan Theater, 9p.m.) in London combines with the classic gimmick of the
SECRET HONOR (Robert Altman, 1984) THE YEAR OF LIVING DANGEROUSLY (Peter wrong man being accused and some delightful comic
The second night of a premiere engagement of the Weir, 1982) relief at a policeman's dinner table. Hitchcock
director's newest film, an adaptation of a one man The sheer beauty makes up for a less than original Festival. (Mediatrics; Michigan Theater, 3 p.m.)
play about Nixon. Shot in Martha Cooke. (Michigan plot. Linda Hunt was a deserved Oscar winner for NOTORIOUS (Alfred HItchcock,1946)
Theater Foundation; Michigan Theater, 7 p.m., 9 her supporting role as Billy Kwan, a photographer. Cary Grant and Ingrid Bergman and neo-Nazis
p.m.) Also with Mel Gibson and Sigourney Weaver. Well and romance mixed up by Hitchcock. Claude Rains
AND THE SHIP SAILS ON (Federico Fellini, 1983) worth seeing. (Cinema 2; Aud. A, 7 p.m., 9:15 p.m.) is also an important ingredient in this Hitchcock
A most unusual film. A group of opera people and RUMBLEFISH (Francis Ford Coppola, 1983) Festival entry. (Mediatrics; Michigan Theater, 5 Hitchc
various and assorted others go on a cruise to return a Most all of the critics thought of this as an attempt p*m.)
Diva's ashes to her home seas while WWI gets ready that failed. Matt Dillon stars in the movie from an THE BIRDS (ALfred Hitchcock, 1963) and S
to happen. Italian with subtitles. (Cinema Guild; S.E,. Hinton novel. (Ann Arbor Film Coop; MLB 3 The best way of describing this film is to call it un-
Lorch Hall, 7 p.m., 9:30 p.m.) p.m., 7 p.m., 9 p.m.) settling. Birds swoop down on a California town
FIVE EASY PIECES (Bob Rafelson, 1970) THE HUNGER (Tony Scott, 1983) bringing disaster, but what does it all mean? See it
Jack Nicholson plays a musician who decides to Catherine Deneuve, David Bowie, and Susan once for yourself and form an opinion. Hitchcock
throw in the towel and retreat to an oil rig. The cast Sarandon in a vampire movie. From a novel by Festival. (Mediatrics; Michigan Theater, 7 p.m.) AND THE SI
also includes Sally Struthers and Karen Black. Whitley Strieber. (Alternative Action; MLB 4, 7:30 VERTIGO (Alfred Hitchcock, 1958) See Frida
(Cinema 2; Nat. Sci. Aud., 7p.m.) p.m., 9:15 p.m.) The Hitchcock Festival concludes with what some group. (Mi
EASY RIDER (Dennis Hooper, 1969) FIDDLER ON THE ROOF (Norman Jewison,197) think is his best work. I would disagree, but would Theater, 7 p.
The second half of a shining Nicholson twin-bill. He One of Broadway's most successful musicals is 1ecomes yusee this once, too. James Stewart AMARCORI
is one of two motorcycle riders. The other is Peter turned into a movie with Topol as a Jewish Russian becomes fixated with Kim Novak. (Mediatrics; The Italiag
Fonda, and they head to New Orleans. (Cinema 2; milkman who has troubles galore. The music is Michigan Theater, 9p.m.) looks at gn
a Sci.AuM arosSaura, 1983) splendid. (Cinema Guild; Lorch Hall, 6 p.m., 9';30 Nsubtitles. (?
The Brazilian opera is updated, flamenco style, pTea
and the result received an Academy Award E SUMMER P
nomination for Best Foreign Film. Laura del Sol in , ELVIRA MADIGAN (Bo Widerberg, 1967) Four gene
the title role. Spanish with subtitles. (Ann Arbor The Swedish Film Festival, another massive mer at a sei
Film Coop; MLB 4,7 p.m., 9 bp.m.) coproduction of the three film coops, starts with a Festival, so
MONTY PYTHON AND THE HOLY GRAIL (Terry BUTCH CASSIDY and the SUNDANCE KID true story about a circus artist and a Swedish army Monday's lis
Gilliam & Terry Jones, 1975) (George Roy Hill, 1969) officer. Swedish with subtitles. (Detroit Swedish
Probably not the best of the Python comedies, but The wonderful teaming of Robert Redford and Council, U-M Scandinavian Studies, Ann Arbor Film
still worth seeing for the opening credits alone as the Paul Newman is at it again in a very enjoyable look Coop; Cinema 2, Cinema Guild; MLB 3,8 p.m.)
legends of Camelot get a less than dignified retelling. at gangster life at the end of last century. The movie WOMAN IN THE DUNES (Hiroshi Teshigahara, THE PHAN'
(Alternative Action; MLB 3, 7 p.m., 8:40 p.m., 10:20 is worth it even if the buffet might not be. (Univer- 1964) I eSw
p.M.) sity Club; U-Club, 7 p.m.) An entemologist becomes entrapped at the bottom about one of
of a sand pit after accepting the local hospitality, begins with
IT HAPPENED ONE NIGHT (Frank Capra, 1934) Japanese with subtitles. (Cinema Guild; Lorch Hall, student org
A Why settle for Capraesque when you can have 7p.m., FREE) man with s
Capra and Clark Gable and Claudette Colbertina Languages,
ALFRED HITCHCOCK FESTIVAL romantic comedy as reporter meets rich girl. Film Coop; A
Mediatrics presents twelve movies by one of the (Cinema 2, Aud. A, 7 p.m.)TEAAMERICAS
best over the next two days at the Michigan Theater. BREAKFAST AT TIFFANY'S (Blake Edwards, Ed Asner
Six movies a day, and $3 per day. The individual 1961) BREAKER MORANT (Bruce Beresford,1979) volvement t
titles are listed below. George Peppard and Audrey Hepburn in an earlier A fabulous movie which jumps around in time to East Quad A
SUSPICION (Alfred Hitchcock, 1941) effort by the creator of the Pink Panther series. The give the story of three men standing court-martial in NICARAGL
Joan Fontaine, who won an Academy Award, is source material is a story by the late Truman the Boer War for actions which they say were taken (Skylight, 1
quite sure that husband Cary Grant is out to murder Capote. (Cinema 2, Aud. A, 9 p.m.) under orders. Highly recommended. (Ann Arbor A film ab
her. And she just might be right. Part of the Hitch- TEOREMA (Pier Paolo Pasoline, 1968) Film Coop; MLB 4,7 p.m., 9 p.m.) title confusii
cock Festival. (Mediatrics; Michigan Theater, 11 If a mystic were to have.intimate contact with an BREAKIN' (Harry Belafonte, 1984) Film Series;
a.m.) entire family, how would all of the different people There is probably no other reason for this movie to HOPPITY
STRANGERS ON A TRAIN (Alfred Hitchcock, 1951) look at the experience afterwards? This would tell exist than the popularity of breakdancing. Started in An attem
If Hitchcock is directing, then you know murder us. Italian with subtitles. (Ann Arbor Film Coop; February. Finished in May. You decide. munity of g
cannot be far behind. And such is the case when MLB 4,7p.m.) (Mediatrics; Union Ballroom, 7p.m., 9p.m.) From the
Robert Walker and Farley Granger meet. Hitchcock GREASER'S PALACE (Robert Downey, 1972) THE WARRIORS (Walter Hill, 1979) Animation a
Festival. (Mediatrics; Michigan Theater, 1 p.m.) Amost unusual look at Jesus and the entire idea of A good choice for Clique Cinema Night. Accused of Film Coop;,
FAMILY PLOT (Alfred Hitchcock, 1976) saviors when Zoot Suit comes down to save the Old killing the leader of another gang, and caught in that TAKE ME
The final film by the master is a very delightful en- West from Seaweedhead Greaser. (Ann Arbor Film gang's territory, our gang has to make- it home. and Stane
tertainment involving a fake psychic, a cab driver, a Coop; MLB 4,8:45 p.m.) (Michigan Theater Foundation; Michigan Theater, A perfect
big inheritance, and some kidnappers. All of the LES MISERABLES (Richard Boleslawski, 1935) 7:30 p.m.) Kelly, Esthe
technical credits are very good. Hitchcock Festival. The French Revolution in miniature as a poor man ASSAULT ON PRECINT 13 (John Carpenter, 1976) for the mu
(Mediatrics; Michigan Theater, 3p.m.) is hounded by a police inspector. Charles Laughton John Carpenter, the director of Halloween, takes a Michigan Ti
TO CATCH A THIEF (Alfred Hitchcock,1955) is the chief attraction in the cast. From a Victor look at gangs as elements in urban horror. IT HAPPEN"
Cary Grant is a retired jewel thief who is a natural Hugo novel. (Cinema Guild; Lorch Hall, 7 p.m., 9:15 (Michigan Theater Foundation; Michigan Theater, Another
suspect when the robberies begin anew. He has to p.m.) 9:10p.m.) doublehead
catch the real robber while also trying to catch SPELLBOUND (Alfred Hitchcock, 1945) SELECTED SHORTS would not h
Grace Kelly. Hitchcock Festival. (Medatrics; Ingrid Bergman and Gregory Peck as she tries to Day two of the Swedish Film Festival is an all- (MichiganT
Michigan Theater, 5 p.m.) psychoanalyze him. Not all that good, though the encompassing look at Swedish cinema through its p.m.)
PSYCHO (Alfred Hitchcock, 1960) Dali dream sequences are fairly intriguing. Part of shorter works. (See Monday's listing; Performance
Norman Bates of the Bates Motel has a the Hitchcock Festival, details of which can be found Network at 408 W. Washington, 8 p.m.)
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