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Ride
Only $1.50 each way
Park free at any Football Ride boarding location and let
an AATA shuttle bus take you to the stadium. After the

game take The Ride back to

any of the following locations:

Berkshire Hilton
Sheraton University Inn
AeDays Inn
A*Ramada Inn
A*Wolverine Inn
Bombay Bicycle Club
AeHampton Inn - South
Marriott Inn
+ Hampton Inn - North
+ Red Roof Inn
Dominos Farms
Arborland Mall

*Howard Johnson
*Comfort Inn
*Holiday Inn-East
Radisson Resort
Knights Inn
Holiday Inn-West
Weber's Inn
Michigan Union
Campus Inn
Bell Tower Hotel
Jacobson's
Maude's Restaurant

AShuttle service from Sheraton University Inn
*Shuttle service from Arborland Mall only
*Shuttle service from Bombay Bicycle Club
+Shuttle service from Marriott only

For more information
call 996-0400

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Saye'omunicais'ad attempts
the nasty with Moore. (At Showcase
-1:30, 410, 7:20, 9:50,
12:15;Briarwood -10:30, 1:15, 4:15,
7:00, 9:30)
Hardware
Something about a terrifying creation
resulting from a bizarre experiment
that must have defied nature and
*Idelved where no human being had a
right to stick its bulbous nose. (At
Showcase -1:20, 3:20, 5:15, 7:35,
First un 9:35, 11:50; Briarwood-10:00,
12:00, 2:00, 4:00, 7:15, 9:15)
Cinema Jungle Book
Disney's adaptation of Rudyard
Air America Kipling stories, this classic cartoon
Mel Gibson and Robert Downey, Jr. has it all: song, dance, excitement,
are two goofy guys who fly planes for humor. Who can resist singing along
the CIA in Cambodia during the to "The Bare Necessities?" (At
Vietnam War. If you liked the Showcase -1:05)
commercial you'll love the movie. (At @0@ **
Briarwood -10:15, 2:45, 7:15) Men at Work
****** Who can it be now? It's Emilio
Darkman Estevez and Martin Sheen as garbage
The director of the Evil Dead movies men who find a dead body in the
brings us a modem day Phantom of trash. This suspense-comedy was
the Opera. A scientist gets his skin written and directed by the creative
burned off in an explosive bit of genius Estevez himself. (At Showcase
sabotage. Luckily, he had just - 1:15, 3:35, 5:30, 7:45, 9:45, 11:55;
invented synthe'tic skin so he seeks Briarwood - 12:30, 5:00, 9:45)
his revenge in multiple guises, 000000
apparently all of them dark. (At The Misadventures if Mr. Wilt
Showcase-1:10, 3:10, 5:10, 7:30, I have no idea what this film is about
9:40, 11:40; Fox Village - 12:00, but it sounds interesting, doesn't it?
2:00, 4:15, 7:00,9:30) (Ann Arbor 1&2 -12:15,2:00, 3:45,
###### 5:30,7:25,9:15)
Death Warrant #"* "#
Jean-Claude Van Damme kickboxes Mo' Better Blues
his way through prison as an Spike Lee's latest is a mini-jazz epic
undercover cop. Sure to satisfy all about trumpeter Bleek Gilliam
Van Damme fans. With Robert (Denzel Washington). Gilliam must
Guillaume as Hawkins, "a seasoned keep his jazz music, his two lovers,
inmate...hardened by prison life." and his manager (Spike Lee) from
(At Showcase -1:20, 3:25, 5:20, 7:40, destroying each other and himself.
9:45, 11:45) Lots of hot jazz. (At Showcase -
#a#### 1:25,9:50, 12:15)
Ducktales, the Movieg****
Huey, Dewey and Louie join Scrooge My Blue Heaven
McDuck in an Indiana Jones-type Steve Martin is a mobster with a
adventure, presumably without the funny haircut who's sent to a small
Nazis. (At Showcase -1:05) California town on a witness-
Exo .s Hprotection program. Rick Moranis is
Exorcist II the FBI agent assigned to protect
Forget Exorcist II, this is the real him. Apparently it's a comedy. (At
sequel to the first film. George C. Showcase -3:15, 5:10, 7:20, 9:25,
Scott investigates a series of bizarre 11:35; Briarwood - 10:15, 12:15,
murders and guess who he finds is 2:30,4:45, 7:30, 9:40)
responsible. Let's see now, who ..... '
could it be? Could it be... Satan? (At Postcards From the Edge
Showcase -3:20, 5:20, 7:40, 955, Meryl Streep is an actor struggling to
12:00) fight drugs and rehabilitate her life,
...... Shirley Maclaine is her alcoholic actor
Flatliners mother. The two struggle with life,
Stylish thriller in which med school each other, and other epiphany-
students kill themselves and then providing material. Based on Carrie
bring themselves back to life. Fisher's popular semi
Unfortunately, that's no the only autobiographical novel, also stars
thing they bring back. With hip actors Gene Hackman, Dennis Quaid and
Keiffer Sutherland, Julia Roberts and Richard Dryfuss. (At Showcase -
Kevin Bacon. (At Showcase - 1:40, 1:00, 3:00, 5:00, 7:15, 9:20, 11:30;
4:00,7:45, 10:00, 12:10; Briarwood - Briarwood -10:00, 12:00, 2:10,4:15,
10:15,12:30,2:45,5:00,7:30, 9:45) 7:00,9:15)
Ghost Presumed Innocent
This horror/romance/suspense/ Based on Scott Turow's mega-best
comedy has Patrick Swayze doing seller, Harrison Ford is an assistant
some dirty pottery with Demi Moore. D.A. who finds himself accused of
Swayze dies before he can tell Moore the grisly murder of one of his
that he loves her, so Whoopie colleagues. Strong supporting cast
Goldberg is a psychic through whom includes Bonnie Bedelia, Brian

Dennehy and Mu id lia.(tA~t
Showcase -1:35, 4:20, 7:25, 9:55,
12:20; Briarwood -10:00, 1:00, 4:00,
7:00,9:30)
Pretty Woman
The movie that wouldn't die In this
modern fairy tale romance, knight in
shining armor Richard Gere is a rich
corporate mogul who rescues fair
maiden Julia Roberts from a life of
whoredom. The gerbil scene was cut
to get an 'R' rating. (At Showcase -
4:30, 7:35)
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Pump Up the Volume
Christian Slater is a high school
student who illegally broadcasts radio
shows under the alias of Hard Harry.
Need I say more? (At Showcase -
1:00, 3:05, 5:05, 7:15,9:40, 11:50; Fox
Village - 12:00, 2:15, 4:30, 7:15,
9:30)
Wild At Heart
A plot synopsis can't come close to
describing this David Lynch film.
Suffice to say that new Lynch fans
from Twin Peaks will be shocked
while old Lynch fans from Eraserhead
and Blue Velvet will be smiling. With
Laura Dern, Nicolas Cage and Harry
Dean Stanton, among others. (At
Showcase -1:25, 4:25, 7:30, 10:00,
12:20; Ann Arbor 1&2 -12:00, 2:20,
4:45, 7:10,9:35)
The Wikhes
Anjelica Huston is a witch who plots
to rid Britain of all children by
turning them into mice. Needless to
say, only two children can stop her.
(At Showcase --1:15, 3:30, 5:25, 7:25;
12:00, 2:00,4:15, 7:00, 9:15)
YouAq Guns II
Or Young Buns Ii to all the female
viewers, the Boys shoot it up in the
wild west and there was much
rejoicing. Starring Emilio Estevez,
Keiffer Sutherland; Lou Diamond
Phillips and Christian Slater. (At
Showcase -9:30, 11:40)
Campus
Cinema
F R I D A
La Lectrice
(Micheeel Deville, 1988)
MLB4 7:30 & 9:30 AAFC
An erotic French film about a woman
who hires herself out as a professional
reader and has more than just a
professional relationship with her
customers. Suggests a great way to
read Margueritte Duras.
The Dead
(John Huston, 1987)
AudA 7:00,8:30 &10:00 CG
John Huston's last film, based on
James Joyce's short story about a
turn-of-the-century dinner party in
Dublin. Huston had wanted to do
this film for decades, and the result is
a moving and atmospheric finale to
his incredible career.

Mo's time.
So erase the memories of the
past. Erase the memories of the
dynasty that served Michigan so
well for two decades. Forget
Moeller's debacle at Illinois.
Players claim that Moeller is
tremendously excited about his
new job. Moeller doesn't deny it.
All summer long, the calendar had
the day September 15 circled on
it.
Michigan versus Notre Dame.
The start of the Moeller era. Yet,
there were so many pages to be
torn off the calendar until that day
could arrive. But that meant there
was time to prepare. Tloe VCR
and tapes went along with

Moeller to a cottage up north. He
used the time to prepare - and
shape everything just right.
Soon August rolled around.
The rookies reported. This is
what coaching is all about.
Football time.
Then the veterans reported.
They found Moeller bursting
with enthusiasm. He gave them a
speech the night they arrived that
some claimed had them ready to
go out and play Notre Dame right
then - without delay. They
could sense his zest.
Bring on Notre Dame. Start
the Mo era - although questions
remain about who will step in to
fill key positions.

Moeller: more substance than style

"It's a whole different
atmosphere. If he had a choice,
he'd go down tomorrow and play.
There's so much excitement,
they just want to go out and
play," said free safety Vada
Murray earlier this week.
Tomorrow is Moeller's day.
His time has come.
"How am I going to be
compared to Bo on game day?
Hell, I don't know, I haven't been
out there in a long time. I'll find
that out on game day," Moeller
s'id.
Well, game day is here. The
long wait is over.
For Michigan football and Mo,
tomorrow has finally come.

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Throughout the 20-year career
of Bo Schembechler, Michigan's
offense has often been described
as boring. Three yards and a cloud
of dust, they said.
But nobody ever claimed that
Bo was boring.
Maybe the press had been
spoiled by Schembechler's off-
the-cuff, say-what-you-want
manner and his blunt sense of
humor. Gary Moeller's media
debut at the Big Ten meetings
held in Chicago in late July did
not receive rave reviews.
Don't get the wrong idea.

Moeller was clean shaven. He was
well behaved. He wasn't tanked.
He spoke well. It just seems he
wasn't too exciting.
Each coach spoke to the
assembled press for 15 minutes
about the upcoming season. The
following day, Chicago Sun
Times columnist Terry Boers
rated each of their performances.
The coaches assessed Michigan as
the team to beat, but Moeller
found himself beaten for
entertainment value by half his
colleagues and in a tie for sixth
with Northwestern's Francis

Peay.
Boers wrote of Moeller:
"Michigan's Moeller is about as
much fun as a root canal."
Yikes.
Wisconsin's Barry Alvarez,
Purdue's Fred Akers and Illinois'
John Mackovic rounded out the
poll, tying for last. Boers wrote of
Alvarez: "After listening to
Alvarez ramble on, you want to be
measured for your own coffin."
So congrats, Gary. After all,
what's worse? A trip to the
dentist, or a trip six feet under?

Vada on Mo
Free safety Vada Murray
speaks of the changes
between Bo and Mo, as well
as the type of coach Gary
Moeller has turned out to be.
"With Bo, you knew Bro was
going to run the ball. Coach
Moeller says if the (opposing)
team shows they want us to throw
the ball, we'll throw, if they want
us to run the ball we'll run. We
aren't scared to throw the ball, we
aren't scared to run the ball.
"The only way I can describe
it is that with Mo around, he's just
a very relaxed coach. I think the
players feel a lot rore relaxed. I
personally feel a lot more relaxed.
He's a coach where you can go to
his office and not be afraid to say
something. I'm not saying Bo was
that type of person, but I think
the majority of these players
today feel a lot more comfortable,
and when you feel confident
about yourself, you play better.
The players are a lot more
relaxed in practice. In practice,
Mo's walking around watching
everyone practice and he's trying
to catch punts and kick punts.
The players will be cracking
jokes, talking to him, but at the
same time, he is the disciplinarian
that he is. He wants players more
vocal and to be more in charge of
practice. The intensity level is
just as high or higher because I
think (the team) likes to go out
and practice." U

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