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September 05, 1991 - Image 43

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The Michigan Daily, 1991-09-05

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it af!i second thugt Regarless thi a .S.d\ v >nt .x .. . . N *pcCfnc,~ nt
city wil be your home for th nextC / St< a : t. ,S aA < ,5.u,
few'ir yers so yo shul ge to <. .r.; 2 4 ? C4 .: . \(. \x
kno it. c S 'Aa0^yti i t u c ~2/ {\ J rF y
tha two ciis it is a cosmopolitan> i a' n
bled o may cltues nd ack
grounds
soorisping s ome tof Mits n difer
ent spet n Howver themotn a t x-s4 < f
citing dier es arethoeyo will a£
maker ontr nwn your own
Shke lake '. 3i ?xg ^,: i z a~
Whoa9 ',l is this guy~ on they right?
Ctc isen showgt Reasreesthi orner aEr£ 2 stffi
near you.)S . x.;.;k 3 ° C p ah'8 d e :v \, ;
citywil beyou ho erte anext 3 isc" ''? o ,, y~ t j uetp7Y ~ue .f ~ \
Tur and facer [ c Y3.S;t e aLRefi
n ee rc, Ann Arbor lete its p E6f r£ ° ff ~ qs ov ' ; ": C
trsine in ulyie 199.che cn ci oor,
lookedt te and oibea,0 Laktesl to ee5 £ s: z'£k P E£,c
fir nd hecodiae, Doglas Smth.
While o Ann Arbor is a lf city in 2"ut .4~ sm> uo ,ze ca"o
hich to iie,; it cais b a dpoian-$f6s
gpeuse one. Ann Arbor has aoe tof
ese fthe ihe t ya assaumltel at s insft9Lr. ">3 r ,
th co nty Le se crm s suc as 5D v. v .,,rz s. v !r... YSt

petty theft, are also prevalent. And
while University and city police are
0,0oth working to take a bite out of -*44V,
these high crime statistics, the city's k 'X
criminal element is still a force to
be reckoned with. K '. ...ad..' e P ge
The latest '~ - s.. A,.
clothes linea.
People in Ann Arbor put theirr ,
pants on one leg at a time like ev-
*eryone else, but where do they get . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..
those pants? Again, the city pro-
vides a variety of choices for the ,z.-
fashion hunter, but not without a .°
price. Often, a high price... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .~. ~.
See Page 7 <
y:Eating ... .~....~.......
Sooner or later (probably t
soer), you're going to get sick of - ~.. ...,~.
*dorm food (or sick on dorm food).
When that time comes, where E-.*,.- ....-4
should you go? Ann Arbor offers ~ ... .~..
plenty of options, from the conven- _/.
tional, like pizza, to the not-so-con- '/4 .
ventional, like falafel. Our alleged-~~ . . ..-,,.4
experts give their advice on the - ~
where to go once you know whatF
you want to eat. .
See Pages 5 and 10 4~ ,.-
Drinking 4. f *.-9i-
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