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Catch of the Day
In his weekly examination of things
most papers won't touch without
guaranteed reimbursement for the
dry-cleaning bills, Mike Fisch ex-
plores the seamy, dark underbelly of
the world of personal advertisements.
You know the ones. They begin with a
cryptic 'SWM,' or 'DBF,' and then
launch into a series of pleas, self-
promotions, and lewd suggestions. It
was a dirty job, but there can be no
estion that Fisch was the man for it.
see page 3.

Cover Story
Daily staff writer Rachel Gottlieb
examines the plight of the refuseniks,
Jews who are repeatedly denied exit
visas from the Soviet Union. There
are thousands of people currently in
this situation, and with each passing
day their condition worsens. See
page 4.
Entertainments
This regular feature of Weekend

magazine proves there's more to Ann
Arbor nightlife than walking around
smashing bottles. And let's not forget
afternoon and morning life. Enter-
tainments is your guide to campus
cinema, first-run movies, concerts of
all kinds, theatre, and dance. And for
that day when nothing quite looks
good, check out the listings under
"Furthermore." See page 6.
Releases
The holiday season finds record

stores awash in product. What's
dreck? What's hot? What's got a good
beat, and is easy to dance to? See
apge 8.
Movies
Arts staffer Seth Flicker managed
to wangle an interview with the
producers of the hot new movie After
Hours, and one of them just happens
to be the movie's star, Griffin Dunne.
See page 10.

December 6, 1985

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THIS IS the final 1985 issue of Weekend Magazine.
It is also the final issue of Weekend Magazine in its
present format. Next year, Weekend Magazine will have a
new overall graphic look, new regular features, and a new
structure.
But many things will remain the same. Weekend wil
still be the Daily's outlet for stories that due to length,
style, or in some cases, flat-out weirdness, can not appear
in the regular paper. Weekend will also continue printing
a listing of Ann Arbor events, in order to provide the
University community with really good excuses for
procrastination. Weekend will remain flexible, able to
move from political and social issues to Depeche Mode
reviews.
Weekend will still be Weekend in the broad sense, it's
just the specifics that are changing.

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DARE TO BE DIFFERENT

Magazine Editor
John Logie
List Editor
Joyce Welsh
Assoc. List Editor
Katherine Hansen
Business Manager
Dawn Willacker
Sales Manager
Mary Ann Hogan
Asst. Sales Manager
Yuna Lee
The magazine is edited and
managed by students on the
staff of The Michigan Daily at
420 Maynard, Ann Arbor,
Michigan 48109.
Weekend, (313) 763-0379;
News, 764-0552; Circulation,
764-0558; Display Advertising,
764-0554.
Copyright 1985, The Michigan
Daily
Cover Illustration
Wayne Christiansen

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