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Page 12-The Michigan Daily/New Student Edition - Thursday, September 6, 1990

HANDS-ON
Continud from page 11
hibits more seriously than Glaser.
Still dateless, Glaser is content to
play with a psychedelic star ball in
the Light Painting room - when
he's not directing turtle workshops,
of course. Though Glaser works at
the Hands-On Museum, he, too,
isn't sure if business means business
- or play.
"I love working here. As long as
you're in a silly frame of mind, you
can have a blast," he remarked.
Half the fun comes from observ-
ing noisy school children, who are
as cute as they are scientifically-pre-
cocious, Glaser said.
But University students, trying to
avoid the "Sesame Street" crowd,
should be forewarned; Visit after 2
p.m., when academic field trips,
which turn the museum into a zoo,
are finished.
And whenever you come to visit
the Hands-On Museum, remember
its pet Chinese proverb: Forget what
you've heard like, "Don't touch." Go
ahead, do it... Touch everything!
You'll understand how much fun a
hands-on education can be.

BARS
Continued from page 8
If Yuppieville is your karma, the
QUALITY BAR on Main Street
should be your hangout. There's a
roof for outdoor drinking and enough
silk ties on business suits to go
around. It's quite a hike for students,
but again, there's a large selection of
drinks.
Must be 21 to sit on the roof.
(Two stars until one turns 30).
FRASER'S is the sports fans de-
light. It has PASS sports channel, a
satellite dish and the ultimate sport-
ing atmosphere. The drawback:
you've got to drive to get there. It's
located way out on Packard. If you
want to get on TV while Michigan
is in the Rose Bowl, your best
chance is at Fraser's - which is a
guaranteed "fan reaction" center for
Detroit TV channels.
Open admittance. (Two and 3/4
stars). a
If bars are you're cup of tea, Ann
Arbor has a great deal to offer. Three
suggestions:
Don't try to frequent them all in
one night. Don't forget to study.
Take two aspirin the next morning.

PIZZA
Continued from page 9
conscious college students flood
Geppettos' dingy basement for the
legendary all-you-can eat Pizza
nights.
What they don't realize is that the
pizza was baked with a special sort
of yeast that rises in your stomach
immediately after ingestion, so you
can't possibly eat more than two
pieces unless you brought a change
of clothes four sizes larger. On
South State.
LITTLE CAESAR'S
A little slow on national trends,
Little Caesar's doesn't deliver their
semi-famous Pizza Pizzas, probably
because the little bald Italian guy
with the big nose and the leaves on
his head (presumably Caesar
himself) already works overtime.
But then, you can always make
orgami with the boxes and if you
pay for 572 pizzas, they'll give you
1144. So who needs delivery? Look
for the $0.99 Crazy Bread coupons
that often appear around town.
Nothing beats a meal for less than a
dollar. On South University Avenue.

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Summertime
Nothing beats Ann Arbor in the summertime. Students who live in off-campus dwellings generally have twelve
month leases and find themselves staying here for the summer. The Art Fair, the Circus Parade, Wednesday nights
at Rick's and lazy days on the Diag make summer four months of the kinds of things vacations are supposed to be.

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