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Best Deli:
Zingerman's
For those of you from the East
coast who won't acknowledge the
existence of a good deli west of
the Alleghanies, HA! Zingerman's
is everything a New York deli is,
sans annoying Mets fans. Every
deli meat under the sun, except
Spam.
Best Food Bargain:
Meijer's
Anyone who's spent a lazy,
careless afternoon at Meijer's
stuffing their faces with bulk food
("I was just making sure it's
fresh") can tell you why this place
won Best Food Bargain. While
you're there, don't forget to pick
up some spare tires, lumber,
underoos, fondue pots, and
badminton nets.
Best Place to Take the
Folks:
Gandy Dancer
Shouldn't this have been Best
Place to Have the Folks Take
You? If I'm buying, they're eating
Whoppers.
Best Place to Do Lunch:
Afternoon Delight
Doing lunch is a science, and
Afternoon Delight is the perfect
lab. The salads are huge, the
muffins ample, the feast
bountiful. Rejoice in this culinary
cornucopia, for the time is nigh.
Also featuring the best and
brightest line staff workers in the
free world.

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Best Dorm Cafeteria:
South Quad
An oxymoron? Hardly. You'll feel
like you're eating on the set of
Miami Vice (or Nectarine
Ballroom), but Tubbs never had
all-you-can-eat mousaka like this.
Wake up with the sun on
Saturday morning for the ultimate
hangover cure, beef'n'broccoli
with a side of leftover Canadian
cheese soup.
Best Delivery:
Pizza Bob's
Home of the Chipati, distant
relative to the Chia Pet (the latter
making a far superior holiday gift,
especially if a long stay in
wrapping paper is involved).
Best Cheap Beer:
Rick's
The pitchers are $2 on
Wednesday night. Ironically, you
get to keep the beer, but they
make you give the pitchers back.
They say talk is cheap, but
gimme a cheap cold one and I'll
whistle Dixie.
Best Ice Cream:
Stucchi's
Ice cream, frozen yogurt, pick
your poison - you can't go
wrong. Plus, great popcorn and
soup to boot. And on a good day,
you'll hear the Sanford and Son
theme song at the South
University location.

Best Cookies
Mrs. Peabody's
Well, Sherman, our way-back
machine only goes as far back as
1988, meaning this is at least the
third straight year of Mrs.
Peabody's totalitarian tenure on
the Best Cookies throne.
Best Coffee:
Espresso Royale
This place hires people to sit
pensively alone in black
turtlenecks mumbling from Sartre
and stroking their goatees. But if
you need a shot of caffeine and
want your nicotine fix without
springing for your own cigarettes,
come on in. Rumor has it the guy
in the corner with the black beret
has been there since the place
opened in the late '50s.
Best Falafel:
Jerusalem Garden
Falafel schmafel. Ever talk to
someone with falafel on their
breath? Of course not; you
wouldn't be alive to read this
today. Still, that humus stuff does
wonders for leaky pipes.

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an IBM PS/2

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The University of Michigan
SCHOOL OF MUSIC

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Thurs.-Sun.
Apr. 19-22
Fri. Apr. 20

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Musical Theatre
The Threepenny Opera by Bertolt Brecht
and Kurt Weill
Tickets $7, $10 764-0450
Power Center, 8:00 PM Th.-Sat., 2:00 PM Sun.
Faculty Recital
Edward Parmentier, harpsichord
Works of J.S. Bach, Rameau, Byrd
School of Music, Moore Hall, 8:00 PM
Symphony Band
H. Robert Reynolds, Don Schleicher,
conductors
Music of Shostakovich, Persichetti,
Corigliano, Lopamnikoff, Ticheli
David Jackson, trombone soloist
Hill Auditorium, 8:00 PM
Greg Nelson & Dancers
Tickets $8 general, $6 students/seniors
Studio A Theater, Dance Bldg., 8:00 PM
BFA Concert
Tickets $4.
Studio A Theater, Dance Bldg., 8:00 PM
Greg Nelson & Dancers, 2:00 PM
(see Fri. Apr. 20)

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Sun. Apr. 22

ANN ARBOR
FOR SELECTING
KROGER
AS THE
"BEST GROCERY
STORE " IN

Well, it's my last issue of
Weekend Magazine as an
editor. And what's a departure
without pathetic
sentimentality?
Thanks to:
Julian, for the patience of a
saint.
Dave and his nimble fingers,
for sticking this magazine
(and many others) together.
Mary Jo, for only being mad
some of the time.
Sam, for putting off her
paper.
Nancy, for endless comedy
fodder.
Woody, for everything.
Alex, for one last fun goofy
project
And Ian, for putting up
with me, not once, but twice.
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from the special student
prices and affordable loan payments.*
Let us show you how the PS/2 can get you
by leaps and bounds.

Get a jump on your work with an IBM Perso
Just turn it on. It comes with easy-to-use, pr
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revising papers to adding
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beats the IBM PS/2 PO
You'll receive an added lift

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moving ahead

Concert Band and Campus Band
H. Robert Reynolds, Jerry Luckhardt, James
Nissen, conductors
Special guest poet/reader Bert Homback:
The Times of our Lives. Music by
Nissen, also featuring Judy Dow
Alexander
Music of Persichetti, Husa, Youtz, Grainger
Hill Auditorium, 4:00 PM
All events free unless specified. Wheelchair accessible.
For up-to-date information on School of Music Events, call the
24-Hour Music Hotline - 763-4726

Take Advantage of Great Student Discounts!
Call (313) 663-0330 For More Information.

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1990

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may withdraw the offer at any time without written notice.
@IBM, Personal System/2, and PS/2 are registered trademarksof International Business Machines Corporation.
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