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2 - The Michigan Daily - Weekend etc. - Thursday, October 14, 1993

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In the good old days, when you couldn't take your date to Rick's or out to the Nectarine dancing, you could take
she is not a O , w autwomanrg ttsheh t is m nyourupo"ladytak friend."n t e Don'tnd whyou hedareo athink s e ofyo rcallingind.,her'tyyourret"girlfraiend," yo r "i"wom an"""wo a oror-
cover your ears! -- "lover." Boy, our puritanical attitudes toward sex and sexuality were certainly in their prime,
weren't they?
And even if there had been places like Rick's or the Necto, you wouldn't have dared to take a date there. Such
establishments are not proper for a lady! And we're not stupid. Even back then there were exclusive male, ahem,
entertainment palaces (maybe not quite as extravagant as Deja Vu, but we'll wager that you could still buy a table
dance in 1912). Those places, however, are not discussed amongst ladies, so as not to offend their delicate ears.
At any rate, Mack's Tea Room boasts "seclusion" combined with "culinary perfection." (So this is what they did
in the pre-coffee shop days.) A nice cozy little atmosphere where you could discuss such important issues as - well,
what would you discuss? A man certainly wouldn't discuss lofty political issues like big business, monopolies or
Standard Oil with his lady friend. The 1912 female mind could not be expected to comprehend all that political
mumbo-jumbo. If nothing else, you could spend at least a few hours discussing President Taft and his slight weight
problem.
And hey, just to keep it safe, you could go on Saturdays and listen to the orchestra. That way you wouldn't have
to talk. And ladies are supposed to be suckers for that artsy stuff, right?
So the next time you're looking for something to do with your Saturday night, take your lady friend, or male friend,
or whomever out for tea. And have fun with it! Talk in stilted faux English accents and iscuss the change in climates.
Write to us at Weekend and tell us how it went.

!aI WPEIPIEB IfMam

EDITORS
Melissa Rose Bernardo
Darcy Lockman
ARTS EDITORS
Jessie. Haladay,,.,
Nima Hodoel

CONTRI BUTORS
Jon Altshul, Jordan Atlas, Michael Barnes,
Robin Barry, Jin-ho Chung, Geoff Earle, Tom
Erlewine, Johanna Flies, Oliver Giancola, Josh
Herrington, Doug Kanter, Daniel Krauss, An-
drew Levy, Austin Ratner, John R. Rybock,
Andrew Schafer, Liz Shaw, Kirk Wetters.

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Tastes of
inn Arbor
Dining Guide

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sChin... Cuisine &-.
Japanse Steak House
74148100
Students Welcomed

Chinese Restaurant
T AAA MWg2e Redr' tlRgs foidldmn M
Sze Chuan, Hunan and Mandarin-Speolitin
Exotic Cocktails " Dirig
Carry Out " Sunday Buffet
Most C oe Wine Ust
LundieonSpecial
Open 7 Days a Week

120 F. Libert at Fourth Ave.
CarW-out Ida"s a week
b XOTIC OPINS - WNES - COCKTAILE
1100 E. Catherine af Glen - 761-8996
Open 6 aLm.-4 p.m. weekdays
6 am. - 3 P.M. Sat., 7 am. -2Z p.m. Sun.
Serving brmakfast and lunch all day.
Featuring homemade raisin bread
Favorites for over 30 years.

Forbidden City West
3535 Pymouh Rd.
665-3591

Foridden City East
4945 Washtenaw Ave.
434-7978

RATED * * * j~ tq
Sfor dining exrcellene byMolly Abrrham
of Hft Deroit Fro Da.

Italian Restaurant
665-444 * Take COut
300 Detroit St at Catherine
(across from Farmer's Market)
Outdoor Cafe
(locn Food
DINE IN or.CARRY OUT
Monday -Thursday 11lam - 8pm
Friday 11tam -10pm
Saturday 1 2pm - 9pm
216 S. Fourth Ave 99640234

Daily
Combination Specials
starting at $4.95
Luncheon Specials
at $3.99
Free Delivery " Carry Out
Sit In Dining
Catering & Parties Welcomed
707 Packard
(near State St.) 668-2744
Ann Arbor's Finest Mexican
Style Food. Michigan's
Largest Selection of Gourmet
Hot Sauces & Salsas.
Open 11-11 seven
WE DELIVER! days a week
761-6650 333 E. HURON

Dinner Buffets and
Lunch Buffets Daily
11 am-2:30 pm 9 All you Can Eat!

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