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detailed in "Venice Preserved." The book is reviewed on Page 7.

MUSIC
Iggy Pop aims for the Top 40
FILM
Sean Connery in 'The Name of the Rose'
BOOKS
The restoration of a city of treasures
COVER STORY
What shapes student attitudes at Michigan
MICH-ELLANY
Interview: Professor Gerald Linderman1
THE LIST
What's happening in Ann Arbor this weekend 14
EDITOR ......................................................................Bill M arsh
FILM EDITOR ............................................................ Kurt Serbus
M USIC EDITOR ...........................................................Beth Fertig
LIST EDITOR................................Lauren Schreiber
ASSOCIATE LIST EDITOR .......................................Marie Wesaw
BUSINESS MANAGER .......................................... Mason Franklin
SALES MANAGER ................................................... Diane Bloom
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ABOUT LAST NIGHT...
It's all about love. It's all about
life. It's all about Yuppies. From a
stage play by David Mamet. At the
Fox Village Theaters.
A FINE MESS
Blake Edwards' tribute to the old
straight man/funny man comedies,
this one starring Ted Danson and
Howie Mandell. See if you can guess
which is which. At the State
Theaters.
BLUE VELVET
The latest offering from director.
David Lynch (Dune, Eraserhead) is
an erotic fantasy in which the action
is put into gear by a severed ear.
Already causing storms of
controversy. At the Ann Arbor
Theaters 1 & 2.
CHILDREN OF
A LESSER GOD
William Hurt is a teacher for the
deaf who falls in love with 'a
hearing-impaired woman in this
technically perfect adaptation of the
Broadway play. At the Movies At
Briarwood.
THE COLOR OF MONEY
Twenty years later, Paul newman
returns as the Hustler, with a cynical
outlook and a new protoge (Tom
Cruise).Martin Scorsese directed
this pool hall drama. At the Campus
Theater.
CROCODILE DUNDEE
An Australlian adventurer tries to
make on the mean streets of New
York, attracting the interest of a
smart, independant female who
is-what else?- a journalist. At the
Movies At Briarwood.
FERRIS BUELLER'S
DAY OFF
A manipulative but lovable high
school student takes a day off from
school in this brilliant and hilarious
comedy from John Hughes, the
director who dares to be different.
Matthew Broderick. At the Movies
At Briarwood.
THE FLY
David Cronenberg's offbeat
horror-romance stars Jeff Goldblum
as a scientist who finds himself
slowly being transformed into a
rather large Bluebottle after the
obligatory Experiment-Gone-
Haywire. At the Movies At
Briarwood.
HEARTBURN
Jack Nicholson and Meryl Streep
star in this comedy about love and
marrige based on the life of Carl
Bernstien. At the Movies At
Briarwood.
HOME OF THE BRAVE
Performance artist Laurie
Anderson performs art in this
conceptual version of contemporary
life in America. At the Ann Arbor
Theayers 1 & 2.
JUMPIN' JACK FLASH
Who is the mysterious man from
the Stone's song, and why is he
screwing up Whoopi Goldberg's life?
Watch this zany,screwball comedy
and find out. At the Fox Village
Theater.

NAME OF THE ROSE
Sean Connery plays a medevial
monk with a dash of Sherlock
Holmes and James Bond, who tries
to solve a number of mysterious
murders in an ominous monastery.
At the Movies At Briarwood.
OUT OF BOUNDS
Anthony Michael Hall gets
serious (sort of) in this extremely
messt thriller about a farm boy
stalked by both the cops and a
sociopathic drug dealer in the big
city. At the State Theater.
PEGGY SUE
GOT MARRIED
Kathleen Turner getas a second
shot at life when she travels back in
time to high school, 1960. Directed
by Francis Ford Coppala. At the Fox
Village Theater. -
SHE'S GOTTA HAVE IT
A young city girl scoffs at
monogamy and juggles three hopeful
suitors simultaneously in this
comedy of manners that's been hailed
as a sort-of low-budget Woody
Allen. At the Ann Arbor Theaters 1
& 2.
SOUL MAN
C. Thomas Howell can't afford
Harvard law school, so he poses as a
black guy to get a scholarship. With
James Earl Jones and Rae Dawn
Chong. At the State Theaters.
STAND BY ME
A beautiful, truly affecting movie
about four young boys poised on the
brink of adolescence in 1959. They
go on a quest to find a corpse
somewhere in the woods of Oregon.
and along the way they lose a little
innocence. Directed by Rob Reiner.
At the Campus Theater.
THAT'S LIFE
Jack Lemmon hams it up in the
latest offering from Blake Edwards.
It's a comedy. It's a drama. Just like
life. At the State Theater.
TOP GUN
Tom Cruise has the need for
speed and Kelly McGillis in this
story about maverick jet pilots. At
the Fox Village Theater.
TOUGH GUYS
Burt Lancaster and Kirk Douglas
are two old cons who get out of
prison after a very lengthy stay and
try to cope with the ever-changing
world the only way they know how.
At the Movies At Briarwood.

TRICK OR TREAT
Boring, unimaginative, really
stupir horror flick about a high
school headbanger who plays an
album backwards and conjures up the
living corpse of his heavy metal
hero. At the State Therater.
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A defense
against cancer
can be cooked up
in yourkitchen.
There is evidence that diet and
cancer are related. Follow these
modifications in your daily diet to
reduce chances of getting cancer.
1. Eat more high-fiber foods such
as fruits and vegetables and whole-
grain cereals.
2. Include dark green and deep
yellow fruits and vegetables rich in
vitamins A and C.
3. Include cabbage, broccoli,
brussels sprouts, kohlrabi and
cauliflower.
4. Be moderate in consumption
of salt-cured, smoked and nitrite-
cured foods.
5. Cut down on total fat intake
from animal sources and fats and
oils.
6. Avoid obesity.
7. Be moderate in consumption
of alcoholic beverages.
No one faces cancer alone.
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FILMS:

at the Michigan Th
7:45 FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31
"ERASERHEAD" (1978) 90m.
Dir. David Lynch
A surrealistic story of a zombie-like misfit, his
friend and their half-human offspring.
9:30 "HAROLD AND MAUDE" (1972)
Dir. Hal Ashby
Ruth Gordon and Bud Court star in this black
focuses on the relationship between a repr
man, fixated on death and funerals, and thi
woman with whom he has an affiar.
7:30 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1
PHILIP GLASS AND THE
PHILIP GLASS ENSEMBLE
LIVE-ON-STAGE
Philip Glass, 1985 Musician of the Year,
works from his films and operas.
7:45 TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 4
"BLADE RUNNER" (1982) 118m.
Dir. Ridley Scott
In 21st century L.A., a former cop (Harrisol
cruited to track down androids who have
space and make their way to earth.
See all these great films projected on the large screen
Michigan Theater. Call 668-8397 for more information.,
films is $3.50 for a double bill or a single bill. Studer
citizens $2.75. Tickets go on sale one-half hour befc

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