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M A G A ZI N E
VOLUME 5, NO. 11 DECEMBER 5, 1986
Rose Bowl'8
The Sun Devils finally get a shot at Roses 4
Arizona State quarterback is ready 5
Coach Moeller, Bo's man on defense
If you like brown air, you'll love L.A.
Can Schembechler shake the 'Bowl Jinx'?
A rundown of the other bowl games 12
MICH-ELLANY
Interview: academics-minded Ken Higgins 1U
THE LIST
What's happening in Ann Arbor this weekend 14
EDITOR..........................................Bill Marsh
SPORTS EDITORS-................................. Mark Borowsky, Adam Martin,
Barb McQuade, Phil Nussel
FILM EDITOR ...........................:..................................... Kurt Serbus
LIST EDITOR.................................Lauren Schreiber
ASSOCIATE LIST EDITOR ............................................. Marie Wesaw
BUSINESS MANAGER .................................................Mason Franklin
SALES MANAGER ......................................................... Diane Bloom
ASSISTANT SALES MANAGER....................................... Debra Lederer
Cover photo by Scott Lituchy
Weekend Magazine is edited and managed by students on the staff of The Michigan Daily, 420 Maynard St., Ann
Arbor, Michigan 48109. Phones: Weekend Magazine, (313) 763-0379; News, 764-0552; Circulation, 764-0558;
Display Advertising, 764-0554. Copyright 1986 The Michigan Daily.

New York alone to find them. At the
State Theater.
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.
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.
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.
THE NUTCRACKER
Yet another adaptationof that old
chestnut in which a young girl finds
a magical world where everyone
dances on their toes. At the Ann
Arbor Theaters 1 & 2.
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.
SID AND NANCY
A riveting telling of the putirid,
pathetic love between Sex Pistols
bassist Sid Vicious and groupie
Nancy Spungen. Directed beautifully
by Alex Cox (Repo Man). At the
Ann Arbor Theaters 1 & 2.
SOLARBABIES
Science-fiction fable in which a
group of young people tap in to a
power that could take them higher
than they've ever been before. At the
Movies At Briarwood.
SOMETHING WILD
Jeff Daniels is a mild-mannered
buisnessman who is forced to take a
walk on the wild side when Melanie
Griffith kidnaps him and takes him
on a fast drive to her dark and
dangerous world. Directed by
Johnathan Demme (Stop Making
Sense). At the Movies At Briarwood.
SONG OF THE SOUTH
Brer Rabbit, Uncle Remus and, of
course , the infamous Tar Baby are
back in this re-release of a Disney
classic. What can I say about the
animation that hasn't already been
said? At the State Theater.
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.
STAR TREK IV:
THE VOYAGE HOME
All your favorites are back, as the
crew of the Enterprise land in
America circa 1986 in order to save
some whales from extinction.
"Everybody remember where we
parked," quips Kirk, as they set off
into yet another strange, old world.
At the Fox Vilage 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.
TRUE STORIES
David Byrne, frontman for
Talking Heads, gives ussome wild,
wild life in this strange saga about a
small rural town populated by
eccentrics from the pages of
supermarket tabloids. This must be
the place. At the Movies At
Briarwood.
THE WRAITH
Truly, wretched, godawful "horror"

FISCH
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ten years now," he said with a half-
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generation to take over."
I went downstairs then, to see
what Steve was up to, to watch
some TV - maybe sneak up on
him and grab the remote control.
There was no one in the recliner.
He had gone home early to hang
out with his girlfriend. I didn't even
see him leave. He must have gotten

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warped, but it's fun to play
anyway. We made the basket just
low enough so we could dunk.
When we shoot around we pretend
to be professionals. While one of
us is shooting, he does his own
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