2 - The Michigan Daily - Weekend etc. - Thursday, September 16, 1993
Dewar Weekend etc. Readers,
Welcome io this season's premiere edition of Weekend etc. Unlike the rest of the Daily, Weekend devotes itself to those
lazy days at the end of the week. With our eclectic blend of features, reviews and previews, we exist to entertain and also
to inform you. This fall, we also have the fortune of having five columnists - a few names you may recognize, along with
a couple that might be new to you. Read them while they're still free reads. Books, films, music, theater, fine arts - access
to all these mediums lies here at your fingertips. Don't smudge the print.
We at Weekend etc. cordially invite you into our pages. Glance at them with more than wanton perusal. Absorb them,
let them become you. After all, it may be our Weekend etc., but it's your weekend.
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Ten years ago, on a cold and gloomy Friday, the Daily ran this ad. Clearly before the days of massive computer clusters,
a typewriter was a necessary tool for the paper-stricken student. It was a simpler day - no disks, no printers, no lost files,
no temperamental hard drives. You could just trot on over to the "U. Cellar" (wherever that may have been), and fora paltry
sum, rent your very own Wilson, complete with spell check, word processing programs, spreadsheets and grammar check.
Oh wait - typewriters had none of that. Remember this ad the next time you find yourself cursing the lines at the Angell
Hall computing center.
EDITORS CONTRI BUTORS
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Megan Abbott, Jon Altshul, Geoff Earle, Tom
Erlewine, Oliver Giancola, Andrew Levy,
Colleen Olle, Evan Petrie, Heather Phares,
Austin Ratner, Liz Shaw and Kirk Wetters.
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Japanese Steak House
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t.& No. I In the Stute in 191
Sze Chuan, Hunan and Mandarin Specialies
Exotic Coctails - Dining
Carry Out " Sunday Buffet
Most Complete Wine List
Open 7 Days a Week
(across from Farmer's Market)
starting at $4.95
Free Delivery " Carry Out
Sit In Dining
Catering & Parties Welcomed
(near State St.) 668-2744
1....20 E. Liberty at fourth Ave J
Carry-out Mdays a week
*EXOTIC ODMNKS - WINES - COCKTAL E
1100 E. Cathernea Glen - 761-8996
Open 6 a.m.-4 p.m. weekdays
6 am. - 3 p.m. Sat-, 7 a-m. - 2 p.m. Sun.
Serving breakfast and lunch all day.
Featuring hontemazde raisin bread
Favorites for over 30 years.
Forbidden City West
3535 Plymouth Rd.
Forbidden City East
4905 Washtenaw Ave.
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for dining excellence by Molly Abraham
of the Detroit Free Press
DINE IN or CARRY OUT
Monday -Thursday 11lam - 8pm
Friday 11lam -10pm
Saturday 12pm - 9pm
21. Furthe. 996-0234
Ann Arbor's Finest Mexican
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Hot Sauces & Salsas
Open 11-11l seven
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761-6650 333 E. HURON
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