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2a - The Michigan Daily - Wauwe*t4 c - Thursday, November 9, 1995

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Go Homne for the Holidays'

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We again offer you the opportunity to enter this very cool contest. Since this~
is the Jodie Foster issue anyway
Paramount and Amtrack are celebrating the release of Foster's sophomore
directing effort "Home for the Holidays" by offering YOU cool prizes.
Stop by the Michigan Daily Arts office (second floor, Student Publications
Building, 420 Maynard St.) with the answer to this question:
"What was the name of the first film Jodie Foster directed."
..and you can enter the drawing to win one of these prizes.
GRAND PRIZE - One winner will receive a free Amtrack ticket home
for the holidays (destination must only be as far north as Saginaw, as far east~
as Cincinnati and as far south as Chicago).
SECOND PRIZE - Five entrants will receive a dark green "Home for the
Holidays" long john shirt.,
PLUS - Free movie posters for the first 100 people who enter!
So hurry' in now! Show us your smiling faces!

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Wuhe.4 &.staff

Edtees

Kari Jones and Jen Buckley

Staff, etc: Melissa Rose Bemnardo, Michael Zilberman,
Joshua Rich, Eugene "One question"' Bowen, Alexandra
Twin, Prashant Tamaskar, Matthew Benz, Brian A. Gnatt,
Kristin, Bartus, Dean BakpuoGrgPkeChristopher

Corbett
Computer .analysis, etc:.Jonathan Berndt

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Tastes of
Ann Arbor
Dining
Guide

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EMERALD CITY
Chinese Cuisine
434-7978
" Daily Lunch! Buffet
" Exotic Drinks
" Carry Out, Sunday Buffet
" All Students Welcome
Show ID 10% off
4905 Washtenaw Ave.,
Ann Arbor, M( 48104
(Near Qolfside Road) J
Itain Re. Wurut
Let Mama Rena cask for you!
" Hommad-Pia and Pasta
*Beer &Win
"*avu ailal

Ann Arbor's Finest Mexican
Style Food. Michigan 's
Largest Selection of Gourmet'
Hot Sauces & ,Salsas.

Open? Days m at MeWuk Se k
Forbiddn city
3535 Ptymouthl Road " 665-3591

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'Chinese Cuisine &"
Japanse Steak House
741-8100
Students Welcomed

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WE DELIVER!
761-6650

open 1I-1]
seven days a week'
333 E. HURON

120 Eu . Uborly at FOUrIMnV
CocM-cut 7doys a week
xonc OMM~S - WIVES - COCKTLS

NO RULES UST RIGHT
3173 Oakt Valley Drive
(of Okc ro m Mel jers)

Happy Birthday"
Charley~ wouuld like to 1be the first to con gratulate you,
with a free meal. ,just bring along a fri end and proper
ID, and seect your favorite entm from our famous
menu. It'sjust our way of saying
G F~-A d k- .e C ongratulatirmonad
! thanks/for celeirating j
Charley's with us.

QARDEN
Szechuan, Hunan,
and Peking cuisine.
Delivery, take-out, dline-in,
cocktails, and Sunday buffet
Hrs: Mon.-Thurs., 11:30 am-I Opm
Fri.,1I:30 am-I1 pm
Sat., noon-I1pm
sun., noon-l0pm
3035 Washtenaw Ave." 971-0970

Entre
* Teriaki
* Oyako
* B.B.B

menu under $1
" Quick service
" Dine in or
carry out

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Open 11-8 M-Sat

26 Beers
On Tap!'
ii' Happy
Hour

C..arved to order
Honey Cured Ham and Roasted Turkey
homemade sage dressing " candied
yamns * 4- Hot entrees'* fresh vegetable
3- Salads e warm baked goods
and much, much more.

\ ~ Voted "Ann Arbors
Best Mexican Food,
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The Michigan Daily
"Tex-Mex without guilt.., a cheerful bustling
atmosphere ...healthier versions of Tex-Mex dassics.'
-LaraMReynoldsr TweAnn Asor News
"A definite cut above... The Burro t menu is aimed
directly at the cash-conscious and health-minded.5
-Dew Merline, Orbit Magazine
619 E. William St. (atState St) 9418U
M-Th 11.9:30 F & Sat 11.11 Sun 129:30

1100 E. Catherine at Glen - 761-8996
Open 6 am. -5S p.m. weekdays
6 a.m. - 3 p.m. Sat, 7 a.m..- 2 p.m. Sun.
Serving breakfast and lunch all day.
Featuring homemade raisin bread
Favorites for over 30 years.

338 S. State
996-9191

Live Jazz
Tuesday
Evenings

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