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Page 18 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, November 22, 1985
Few repeat for title

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ANGELO'S
RESTAURANT
"We're famous for our
Homemade Bread"

(Continued from Page 6)
assault charge) and a healthy Kevin
Smith, Dutcher figures the added dep-
th will push the Gophers forward.
The trend is clear. Every Big Ten
team is improved, for different
reasons. Northwestern's defense and
perimeter shooting, Wisconsin's
seven lettermen, Iowa's strong
freshmen class, and Michigan State's

pinpoint shooting guards all will give
Michigan and Illinois headaches.
Said Wisconsin head coach Steve
Yoder, "In this league, you can be
greatly improved, and still not make
advancements. Nobody sits back,
everybody gets a little better every
year. Some team will come to the
forefront other than Michigan and
Illiniois."

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1985-86 Michigan Basketi

Chaminade Hawaiian Tournament ........... Nov. 22-23
Virginia Tech ............................ Nov. 22
Kansas State/Chaminade ................... Nov. 23
Georgia Tech at Springfield, MA................ Nov. 30
(Hall of Fame game)

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Dec. 12
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and other specialized flavors
TRY OUR CHEESE, SOUR CREAM AND CHIVE, BACON AND CHEESE,
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NORTHERN MICHIGAN ...................... Dec. 21
ILLINOIS-CHICAGO ......................... Dec. 28
CLEVELAND STATE ...........................Dec. 29
at Indiana ................................ Jan. 2
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Stop in on your way to
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Watch for our
December specials
on these flavors:
" sour cream 'n' chive
" bacon 'n' cheese
" barbeque
" hot jalapeno

Daily Photo by DAN HABIB
With five returning starters and sixth-man Robert Henderson (above),
the Wolverines will try to bring the Big Ten to its knees again.

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." Single Elimination & Regional Tournaments held in Ann Arbor
" Championship Game of Regionals to be played in the
Pontiac Silverdome before Piston's Game
" Single Elimination Tournament Deadline: Dec. 2, 1985

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8:00 FRIDAY, NOV. 22
10:30 REPO MAN (1984) - Dir. Alex Cox
A Los Angeles punk rocker becomes invol'
possors, mad scientists, UFO cultists, and ki
8:00 SATURDAY, NOV. 23 - LIVE
EBONY FASHION FAIR
3:30 SUNDAY, NOV. 24 - LIVE IN CONC
ANN ARBORSYMPHONY
7:00 MONDAY, NOV. 25
9:00 MONTY PYTHON and the Holy Grail
Dir. Terry Gilliam
Regulars of Monty Python's flying circus t
thur and the Knights of the Round Tablei
spoof of chivalry, love, Ingmar Bergman, an
Epic.
7:00 TUESDAY, NOV. 26
9:15 BODY HEAT (1981) - Dir. Lawrence
William Hurt stars as a Florida lawyer who
half speed; Kathleen Turner stars as a marri
turns on the heat and inspires him to bump
7:00 WEDNESDAY, NOV. 27
9:35 A CLOCKWORK ORANGE (1971)
Dir. Stanley Kubrick
Alex (Malcolm McDowell) is a conscience
roving street gang who upon being sent
ditioned into a moral robot.

Tournament Dates:

Sat., Dec. 7 & Sun., Dec. 8

at Intramural
Sports Bldg.

NO ENTRY FEE.

ALL PARTICIPANTS GET PRIZES

(Regionals Played in March, 1986)
For more information & eligibility rules call Jan Wells at 764-7146

See all these great films projected on the large scree
Michigan Theater. Call 668.8397 for more informatai
films is $3.00 for a double bill or a single bill. Stu
citizens $2.50. Tickets go on sale one-half hour b

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