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2- The Michogn Daily - Weekend etc. - Thursday, November 4, 1993

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Looking for a hobby? Well, if stamp collecting isn't your thing, baseball cards don't appeal to you, or jogging is
too strenuous for you, we at the Daily just might have a solution for you. Or at least 20 years ago we would have.
Mushroom hunting! (Okay, so it isn't coin collecting, but at least it's unique.) This ad boasts "The Mushroom
fHunter's Field Guide," the "best-known guide to edible (and non-edible) mushrooms, designed for use in the field."
This book is a staple in any personal library, you know. And it is the "best-known" book of its type. Well thank
goodness for this book, because there are all those other inferior mushroom hunting guides.
This is also the "revised and enlarged" edition, so you can see more clearly the 290 lovely photographs of various
fungi. This is also good for beginners, so don't be afraid. to dive right into mushroom hunting.
"The descriptions are tinged with humor and wisdom, making the use of this guide a pleasant and rewarding
experience." How do you find humor and wisdom in mushroom hunting? "Oh look - that mushroom looks like Bill
Clinton! Hee Heel" Or better yet, "The philosophical ramifications of this particular mushroom are reminiscent of
Aristotle's theories of friendship." Maybe we're just out of touch with the potential of fungi, but mushrooms have
never prompted us to make such proclamations.
But this is a versatile book, which will appeal not only to mushroom hunters, but also to nature lovers,
photographers and those who just love to eat mushrooms. And let's not forget the hallucinogenic purposes of
mushrooms. Whee! Fun for all!
We called Borders, and they still carry this book. In fact, they had four copies on order. "So there are still people
out there doing this," a clerk marveled. So if there are any mushroom hunters out there, write to us. We'd love to hear
from you.

EDITORS
Melissa Rose Bernardo
Darcy Lockman
ARTS EDITORS
Jessie Halladay

CONTRI BUTORS
Jon Altshul, Jon Chait, Jin-ho Chung, Geoff

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Mvntice GutinatneLr,PeteR.Matthes,
EAne Paetri, uirktnle,JohzR.Syboc,
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Japans. Steak douse
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Students Welcomed

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Chinese Restaurant
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Sze Chuan, Hunan and Mandain Speciu1fin
Exotic Codtails * Dir*
Carry Out * Sunday Buffet
Most Complete Wine List
Luxion Special
Open 7 Days a Week

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Italian Restaurant
665-0444 " Take Out
300 Detroit St at Catherine
(across from Farmer's Market)
Outdoor Cafk

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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

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3535 Ptymouth Rd.

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4905 Washlenaw Ave,

665-3591 434-7978
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1100 E. Catherine at 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.
Feawrring homemacde raisin bread
Favorites for over 30 years.

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for dining excellence by Molly Abraham
of the Detroit Free Preaa

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DIME IN or CARRY OUT
Monay -Thursday 11lam.- 8pm
Friday 11am -l0pm

Ann Arbor's Finest Mexican
Style Food. Michigan's

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

WE DELIVER!

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