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-The Michigan Daily - Weekend etc. - Thursday, February 3, 1994

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Indiana carne, saw at
quered, winning the 63rd
Rog Ten SwiiniunR and
Championships field NMarch
Michigan's Matt Mann I
was the 13th straight 13
Swim title for the H~oosier
Michigan finished second,
Ing up 386 points to Indian,
Wisconsin, showing sum
depth, finished third with 2
Michigan State came in
with 186.
NEVERTHIELESS, the H1
were not too impressive in
over the rest of the cotnr-
and showed noticeable weak
in certain areas. They fai
place a single swvimmeri
finals of either breaststroke
or in the 100-yard freestyle.
"Our sprinters were pail
said winning head coach,
"Doc" Counsilman, "and
breaststroke wasn't very
Well have to do something
that."
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":ometimes, we at the "Daily" thank our lucky stars that we can't remember much from the '70s. Even though the
Juman memory records everything since birth, our young minds were sophisticated enough to block out bell
)ottoms, platform shoes and white 'fros (How else can you explain '70s nostalgia? Only someone who does not
emember how bad people looked in those fashions would consider putting them on today).
A'his ad caught our eye and made us ask one question: "To the office?" Did employers have to raise the height on
.heir doors to accomodate their employees' footwear? We'd love to see a business meeting: "Johnson, I was going
7ver your report, and I just wan... Did I shrink 'or did you grow?" Ah, the beauty of Generation X's nostalgia fetish.

EDITORS
Darcy Lockman
John R. Rybock
ARTS EDITORS
Nima Hodaei
Melissa Rose Bernardo

CONTRI BUTORS
Jordan Atlas, Anastasia Banicki, Jason Carroll,
din-ho Chung, Dave Contorer, Geoff Earle,
Tom Erlewine, Jessie Halladay, Nate Hurley,
Evan Petrie, Andy Portnoy, Scoff Plagenhoef,
Rachel Scharfman, Ken Sugiura, Sarah
Stewart, Michael Thompson, Alexandra Twin,
Kirk Wetters.

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Dining Guide

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rChinese Cuisine &-"q
Japanese Steak House
74148100
Students Welcomed

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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. H URON

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120 E. UOWry tY 0ourth77Ave.
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EXOTIC DR~INKS - WIVES - COCKTAILE
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RAE **for diningQ excellence by Molly Abraham
of the Detroit Free Pres

'Ahes 8&More
That little Italian Place!
Homemade Italian
Specialty Sandwiches
Pasta dishes & more
dine in - take out - delivery
808 South State Street
996-4424 fax 996-8262
Italian Restaurant
(across from Farmer's Market)
Outdoor Cafei

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Taste Ann Arbor's
Newest d& Finest
Middle Eastern Foods
at
.Vi Baba /1
Awctaurant . ,/I
601 Packard (at Hill) a~
Ann Arbor, MI 48103 S.! $ 5.00
998-0131 AOZ/ OFF I
Hours-o any TWO I
Mn"Stc/8 am toll pm EntreesI
Sunday / Good w/ coupon ony.
10 am to 10pm I Expres 2/i 5/94j

1100 E. Catherine at Glen - 761.8996
Opa 6 a.m. - 4p.m. weekdays
6 a.m. -3 pmUSat,7 a.m. - 2 p.m. Sun.
Sering breakfast and huxbi all day.
Featurng homemade raisin bread
Favories far over 30 pears.

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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TURKISH
CUISINE
Dine-in
Take-out
Catering

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

Vegetarlan & Meat Dishes, More
Mon-Sat: 11 AM - 8 PM
2 662-1711
1703 Plymouth Road, Ann Arbor
Courtyard Shops, Across North Campus

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