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2 -- The Michigan Daily - Weekend etc. - Thursday, January 13, 1994

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Shoud kownCommunists be ermtte 't
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M.Philbrick will review the Communist attempt to infiltrate campuses
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DR. FRED SCHWARZ

will 4 iscuss
"Communism Fascism & Extremism
s there a Fascist threat in the United States? If so, how serious is it? -Y i -
What is its nature?=
plus JANET GREENE singing patriotic songs including original compositions =
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 8:00 p.m.
" Ann Arbor. High School, Stadium Blvd. '& So. Main, Ann Arbor -
Curc es, clubs scoos ,neighbrs pan to ring adelegation.
* .Aimission Free , * Contribution
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Here's what the writers of the code were up to 30 years ago -- organizing rallies to stop the Big, Bad Communists.
Well get them back on the job! Sure, the Iron Curtain has fallen and the Red Threat has all but disappeared with it
(thanks to the organizers of this rally no doubt), but what about our very own Fishbowl? When was the last time you
got through that place without being deluged by a stack of Trotskiist propoganda? They must be stopped! Perhaps
these eager patriots from days of yore would be just the ones to do it. Anti-communist folk songs sure sound like
they'd make up a marketable nostalgia CD ("Great Republican Folk singers of the '60s"). Maybe Janet Greene will
come back and sing some of her ditties for us. We at Weekend etc. will get to work on that one immediately.

EDITORS CONTRI BUTORS
Darcy Lockman Jordan Atlas, Anastasia Banicki, Michael
John R. Rybock Barnes Jason Carroll, ,dn-ho Chung, Geoff
Y Earle, torn Erlewine, Johanna Flies, Jessie
ARTS EDITORS Halladay, Rona Kobell, Chris Le~ leyr, Jonathan
Lurie, Gianluca Momtalti, EvanI etrle, Scott
Nima Hodaei Pla qenhoef, Austin Ratner, Sarah Stewart,
Melisa Roe Berardo Mich ael Thompson, Alexandra Twin, Kirk
Melisa Rse Brnaro 1Wetters.

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Tastes of
inn Arbor
Dining Guide

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Chinese Cuisine &fs
Japanese Steak House
741-8100
Student, Welcomed

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Chinese Restaurant
Sze Cu Hunan and Mandain Speciaies
Exotic Coctails " Dinig
Carry Out.* Sunday Buffet
Most Complete Wine Lst
Lmndieon Special
Open 7 Days a Week
Forbidden City
3535 Plymouth Road " 665-3591
AE**for dining excimlence b Molly Abahm
of the Detroit Free Pr.ss

12 . UOULty at uFOUM Av
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*XOlC DRINKS - WNES - COCKLE

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Italian Restaurant
665-444 " Take Out
300 Detroit St. at Catherine
(across from Farmer's Market)
Outdoor Cafe
California Style
rNc~dctiFOod
DINE IN or CARRY OUT
Monday -Thursday 11lam - 8pm
Friday 11lam -10pm
Saturday 12pm - 9pm
216 S. Fourth Ave *996-M23

O0R flAL
EMPRESS
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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1100 E. Cb aat leafn -761-8996
Open 6 a.m. - 4 p.m. weekdays
Saiving bmvaklaK uand tuni all day.
Feawi honmde raiin bread
Fawiritla for over 30 years.

Ann Arbor's Finest Mexican
Style Food. Michigan's
Largest Selection of Gourmet
Hot Sauces & Salsas
Open I1I-I11 sever
WE DELIVER! days a week
761-6650 333 E. HURON

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Dinner Buffets and
Lunch Buffets Daily
am-2230 nin" All yu oCnEat!

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