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December 10, 1992 (vol. 103, iss. 51) • Page Image 16

…Page 4 -The Michigan Daily - Rose Bowl Preview - December 10, 1992 DURST Continued from page 1 don a cap and gown and wait in line for the last time at Michigan, and it would be nice to cap off the three- and-a-half years with something I have yet to experience in college. I'm sure there are some other guys, namely the Wolverine seniors, who feel the same way. Yet when it comes to the Rose Bowl, the cliche really doesn't hold -winning isn't e...…

February 10, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 73) • Page Image 16

…Page 8-The Michigan Daily-Sports Monday- February 10, 1992 BIG TENS Continued from page 1 with Minnesota's Paul Kaump with a time of :50.13. The result was a swim-off between the two foes to decide who would take the eighth and final spot in the evening's finals. Bigelow clocked a school record of :49.48 for a place in the next round. The Wolverines finished their day with a victory in the 800 freestyle relay. The group of Van Tassell, Noel S...…

September 10, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 121) • Page Image 17

…The Michigan Daily/New Student Edition -Thursday, September 10, 1992- Page 7 Welcome Back Universit of Michigan Students If you're new on campus, you may have noticed that other students spend a lot of time at Kinko's. Drop in and discover why Kinko's is the most popular hangout on campus. We're saving a place for you. / ooo/"mar'' I i rX 0 Quality copy services 1 Full color copies r i A A' 1 1 p p p In-store computer rent...…

December 10, 1992 (vol. 103, iss. 51) • Page Image 17

…The Michigan Daily - Rose Bowl Preview- December 10, 1992 - Page 5 Washington's Kaufman nips bad play with good attitude by Drake Witham The Washington Daily It wasn't supposed to be like this. Rather than zigzagging his way across the field on another spectacular punt return, Napolean Kaufman was des- perately chasing the ball, trying to fall on it before a swarm of Arizona play- ers recovered his third fumble of the oame. Kaufman did cover...…

September 10, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 121) • Page Image 18

… Page 18-The Michigan Daily/New Student Edition - Thursday, September 10, 1992 SUMMER " Continued from page 11 only because you can't believe how ridiculous the filmmakers were willing to sink in order to set things on fire. Though Aliens3 has some interesting visuals, can anyone be- sides a handful of chemistry majors explain what happens to that alien at the end of the movie? Speaking of the film's ending, did the (nu- merous) screenwriter...…

December 10, 1992 (vol. 103, iss. 51) • Page Image 18

…I Page 6-The Michigan Daily - Rose Bowl Preview- December 10, 1992 wA 6-0-2 Big Ten Bruener's work pays dividends for Huskies by Jay Maebori The Washington Daily Reaching the next level has al- ways been a goal for Husky tight end Mark Bruener. If he keeps reaching, the next level could be the NFL. But Bruener isn't worried about that - yet. The sophomore from Aberdeen, Wash., has better things to spend his time on - like filling his star...…

September 10, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 121) • Page Image 19

…The Michigan Daily/New Student Edition -Thursday, September 10, 1992- Page 19 Sensual Brit duo Curve go 'round the bend, live to tell, and relate what it's about ideas that we really weren't happy with," Halliday explains, "and then we came up with this thing that we'd be quite fascinated to see: what a doll's graveyard would look like ... There really isn't a great kind of thing behind it. We just loved (the photo) and that was enough." If M...…

December 10, 1992 (vol. 103, iss. 51) • Page Image 19

…- The Michigan Daily - Rose Bowl Preview- December 10, 1992- Page 7 U-W faces possible NCAA violations Associated Press Cash, jobs and benefits were pro- vided to University of Washington football players by boosters in appar- ent violation of NCAA rules, The Los Angeles.Times reported in yesterday's editions. The newspaper interviewed more than two dozen former players and others familiar with the Washington program, and found that two pro...…

September 10, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 121) • Page Image 20

…Page 20--The Michigan Daily/New Student Edition - Thursday, September 10, 1992 M- - 0- -1 GURYAO RACE BUGE . TEED LOWEST CD PRICES WALHOODEVELPIN ILMLN y -9,'~'/4 TEEHNI4 #T--256LMT- E -20.2 I.f, w STTICUO L ~-DIG-I-TAL CLCIAIO 2.9M AMFIDA #RY -105LMT-E -20-9 STT COPO n* ILMI -1 - P -0- STTICUO HlSER -ACK--C %'.---- fI OUIE.2.9r LI-I-- - E -20.U now& STTICUO IiSUAVEi - - ~in .. J 500rFII LIMT 1EXP 9-0-9 OU EVRYDY LW P IC s STATE C CAD...…

December 10, 1992 (vol. 103, iss. 51) • Page Image 20

…Page 8 - The Michigan Daily - Rose Bowl Preview - December 10, 1992 I Michigan Union Bookstore invites you to come see our .. . Electronics Department th e full line of Hewlett Packard products, Sony Sports Series / Portable CD Players, Cordless Telephones, and much more ! TI-81 [4pJ HEWLETT PACKARD ENGINEERING SCIENTIFIC * BUSINESS HP 48SX Professional Scientific Expandable " Graphics with storage and recall " Built-in advanc...…

September 10, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 121) • Page Image 21

… 11xpIress alours . he University has always had a reputation for great academics, great football, . and great activism. Thousands of students with diverse backgrounds are concentrated here, and it is a rare occasion when people see eye to ey on important issues. Some student group is always. .. . * protesting something on the Diag. Residence Hall cafeterias are aiway abuzz with heated debates. Everything becomes a political statement - what ...…

December 10, 1992 (vol. 103, iss. 51) • Page Image 21

…The Michigan Daily -- Rose Bawl Preview - December 10, 1992 - Page 9 .. ._ W, . W r, _. '1-e eiev the existence of God ca-n neither be proved nor disproved by logic or science. Yet Where is actually a good deal of evidence for Whe reality of Glod. When we look at the majesty and complexity of Whe galaxies, when we see the intricacy and design of the human body, there must be some creator behind these things. * And then there is the moral sen...…

September 10, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 121) • Page Image 22

…Page 2-The Michigan Daily/New Student Edition-Perspectives -Thursday, September 10, 1992 Student Organization Development Center bilds leadership skills by Tami Goodstein The Student Organization Deve- lopment Center (SODC) makes available professional and peer con- sultants for those students who wish to become involved in the cocurricu- lar life at the University. The SODC provides many pro- grams and services aimed at helping you become an...…

December 10, 1992 (vol. 103, iss. 51) • Page Image 22

…Page 10-The Michigan Daily-Rose Bowl Preview- December 10,1992 Moeller's Magic Lamp Or why 1992 was a season of destiny by Matthew Rennie Daily Football Writer It was Jan. 2, 1992. Gary Moeller was strolling along the beach in south- ern California. The day before, in only his second season, Gary had coached his first Rose Bowl as a head coach. It was a dream come true. However, the dream quickly turned into a nightmare, as Moeller's Michi- ...…

September 10, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 121) • Page Image 23

…Daily offers a student * perspective by Geoff Earle Everyone reads the Daily - they really do. I'm not claiming this out of blind egotism or even out of my love for the newspaper. Many stu- dents only read the Daily as a way to kill time before classes. A marketing survey conducted a few years ago made it clear that it is the Daily crossword puzzle and Calvin and Hobbes - not our editorial policy - that most students are concerned about. But I...…

December 10, 1992 (vol. 103, iss. 51) • Page Image 23

…The Michigan Daily - Rose Bowl Preview- December 10,1992-Page 11 CAMPUS CINEMA FILMS OPENING FRIDAY: F R I D A Y T H U R S D A Y T H U R S D A Y A FEw GOOD MEN Jack Nicholson - a much better actor than Robert De Niro - and Tom Cruise - a much better-looking actor than Robert De Niro - appear in this film version of Aaron Sorkin's flop play that was saved by Katharine Hepburn on Broadway. Rob "no box office bomb" Reiner's at the helm. Bu...…

September 10, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 121) • Page Image 24

…Page 4-The Michigan Daily/New Student Edition-Perspectives -Thursday, September 10, 1992 momm"Mm", 1a '4+ THE AREA . ,; - } b- Capeli f aif FOR YOUR EYE EXAMS & EYEGLASSES . ... YO U'RE #1 WITH US AMRIANEXRES RAEER CECS0OL *l I - .Aaau~an& a *.efm.* AtAu. i * imm tb fl* A a.. f aTDAr " YE) " CRI " OF 3MESWC INTERN C~lAIONAIL " INDIVIDUAPL &SGRUPijRAfVEL ,. :AR ROUND LOW COST CHARTERS " UISES " AIR a CAR A HOTEL ARRANGEMENTS FICI...…

December 10, 1992 (vol. 103, iss. 51) • Page Image 24

…Page 12-The Michigan Daily - Rose Bowl Preview- December 10, 1992 I ::I k CHANGE THE WORLD! African / Asian A Hispanic Lesbian) Internatior Arab A Native A JOIN TODAY! Mme to create alticultural programs ERMENT NOW GRAMMING BOARD 4 . " "* I rat I -1 I MMEM APPLY NOW TO: PLANG HOMECOMING Keep Your Eyes Open For UPCOMING WINTER PROGRAMS " Mini-Courses Superstar comedian Facilia Micheals on Jan. 9 o , ° 1 SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMEN...…

September 10, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 121) • Page Image 25

…The Michigan Daily/New Student Edition-Perspectives -Thursday, September 10, 1992- Page 5 i A 1 S I AtA New Fall Fashions Presented by Some. "Old-Time Favorites" * Ruff-Hewn s Corbin ACT UP offers 20 reasons to promote AlDS education * Pendleton * And More! r- A Trove DOME !! fVacc E* Airlir i Roil. S -Cru a- Cars el Agency With Personalized STIC & INTERNATIONAL TRi otion m Business lent Group ne Tickets Passes ses Tours els 609 ...…

September 10, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 121) • Page Image 26

…0 Page 6-The Michigan Daily/New Student Edition-Perspectives - Thursday, September 10, 1992 ,ACT UP Continued from page 5 Children of IDUs, sex workers, white gay men, gay men of color, lesbians of color, white lesbians, white heterosexual women, hetero- sexual women of color, heterosex- nal men of color, children of color, teens of color, white teens. Who's left? Research has led to treatments which can help people with AIDS to live longer ...…

September 10, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 121) • Page Image 27

…The Michigan Daily/New Student Edition-Perspectives - Thursday, September 10, 1992 - Page 7 ps moo The entire University seems to radiate out from the brass block 'M' in the middle of the __ Diag. I"w (J/i r y K ~taA$Y $ 'e a r W The Diag is the center of campus, and most -'s s' / ~" t"° " 5R~Y', . r students find themselves crossing it several rxy , ° times a day as they hurry wherever they are , yy7Y('R>fi x x °'aj x !/2 s S~ tk h*oSn ztx...…

September 10, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 121) • Page Image 28

…Page 8-The Michigan Daily/New Student Edition-Perspectives - Thursday, September 10, 1992 Lost on the way to cum laude I was going to attend every class, do every reading, and ace every exam. When I first came to the University, I was just like many of you. I was wide-eyed, confident, idealistic, and ambitious. I knew exactly what I was going to do, and how I was going to do it. But something happened between the time I moved in to South Quad...…

September 10, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 121) • Page Image 29

… " "eti h e U n iv e rs ity o f M ic h ig a n ., As you'll soon find outa« this place is made up of- -_ t ; s much more than classes and homework. With a population of more than 40,000, the University is a community in itself. It has its own buildings, customs, and elected officials. And, like any society, the University has its share of problems. There are abuses of power, class3 * struggles, and even slums (known as"- drmitories). And while ...…

September 10, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 121) • Page Image 30

…01 Page 2-The Michigan Daily/New Student Edition-University - Thursday, September 10, 1992 Campus Info Center gives all the answers by Wendy Law Daily Staff Reporter - anything from restaurants to fi- Students research, study, socialize in Feeling lost on campus? Don't know how to find Lorch Hall? Trying to find out what the regents really do? Curious if there is life in Ann Arbor outside of the University? The Campus Information Center (C...…

September 10, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 121) • Page Image 31

…The Michigan Daily/New Student Edition-University - Thursday, September 10, 1992 - Page 3 Traditions reveal strange rituals i 'U' halowed hals hide cults, creatures, superstitions by Ben Reames * So you thought you were joining the ranks of an elite university. A place to expand your mind. A tran- quil sanctuary in modern society for the pursuit of "Artes, Scientia, and Veritas." Ha. More like you've joined a riotous horde fraught with stra...…

September 10, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 121) • Page Image 32

…" Page 4-The Michigan Daily/New Student Edition-University - Thursday, September 10, 1992 Republican Ann Arbor Building contractor involved in real estate development 1996 "There are still some complaints about the policy but it seems to be effectively controlling the problem. This is an effort to give some protection to the student population in general. The students here use the Union for study and recreation and it should be for their...…

September 10, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 121) • Page Image 33

…The Michigan Daily/New Student Edition-University - Thursday, September 10, 1992 - Page 5 Greeks deal with stereotypes, sexism by Hope Calati Daily Staff Reporter The letters of the Greek alphabet hang from every tree on the Diag during fall }rush. The letters call prospective rushees to share in the experiences of the approxi- mately one-quarter of the undergraduate population which belongs to fraternities and sororities. Five thousand stude...…

September 10, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 121) • Page Image 34

…Page 6-The Michigan Daily/New Student Edition-University-Thursday, September 10, 1992 Hash Bash brings thousands to A2 to fight for legalzaion by Mblissa Peerless MTS lets students Daily NSE Editor. April showers bring Hemp Power. At least to Ann Arbor - the site of the annual Hash Bash, a pro-mari- juana legalization rally held on the Diag the first Saturday in April. The National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws (NORML) spons...…

September 10, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 121) • Page Image 35

…The Michigan Daily/New Student Edition-University - Thursday, September 10, 1992 - Page 7 {vainpu k.rRegistration Involvw :g Student Participation Listed below are some important registration dates you should remember CLASSES BEGIN LAST DAY FOR OFFICIAL DISENROLLMENT LAST DAY FOR OFFICIAL WITHDRAWAL WITH COMPLETE TUITION CREDIT (EXCEPT $50 DISENROLLMENT FEE AND $60 REGISTRATION FEE) LAST DAY TO DROP A CLASS WITH TUITION ADJUSTED TO REFLECT NE...…

September 10, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 121) • Page Image 36

…Page 8-The Michigan Daily/New Student Edition-University - Thursday, September 10, 1992 Minorities at 'U' increase Faculty ofcolor serve as role modelsfor students 'U' Pres. Duderstadt's responsibilities go far beyond fundraising by Purvi Shah Daily Staff Reporter Students new to the University will soon become accustomed to such , campus buzzwords as "diversity" and "people of color" - terms which embody the unique problems minority studen...…

September 10, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 121) • Page Image 37

…The Michigan Daily/New Student Edition-University - Thursday, September 10, 1992 - Page 9 MICHIGAN UNION BOOKSTORE EVERYTHING YOU NEED AT ONE PLACE E AND THIS IS ALL YOU NEED UM I 1 To purchase your TEXTBOOKS (New and Used), REFERENCE BOOKS, SCHOOL SUPPLIES, MICHIGAN CLOTHING AND GIFTS, FOOD, GREETING CARDS, and MUCH MORE all with ENTREE PLUS! Available EXCLUSIVELY at MICHIGAN UNION BOOKSTORE Ground Floor of the Michigan Union …

September 10, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 121) • Page Image 38

…Page 10-The Michigan Daily/New Student Edition-University - Thursday, September 10, 1992 Health Services takes care of students in place of Mom and Dad by Maureen Little For many first-year students, going to college is their first time away from home. There are many things to experience for the first time: classes in a big lecture hall, Greek parties, staying up all night studying, and being sick without your parents to comfort and care for ...…

September 10, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 121) • Page Image 39

…The Michigan Daily/New Student Edition-University - Thursday, September 10, 1992 - Page 11 IM Continued from page 6 golf, tennis, three-on-three basket- ball, flag football, cross country run- ning, wrestling, and pre-season basketball. Winter term sports are: ice hockey, basketball, team racquetball, swimming and diving, free throw shooting, pre-season volleyball, mini-soccer, volleyball, table tennis, relays, racquetball singles and dou- bl...…

September 10, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 121) • Page Image 40

…Page 12-The Michigan Daily/New Student Edition-University - Thursday, September 10, 1992 HOUSING PAGE i 'V7-1 E I ! r'i 14, Your guide to attaining, equipping, and furnishing your residence. 01 U The Best Apartments Ann Arbor Has To Offer* iPRIME *And the best roommates-ask Student Housing Inc. about our roommate 610 Church St. matching Ann Arbor, MI 48104 service (313) 761-8000 MODERN CAMPUS APTS. FOR RENT HEAT & WATER FREE! WITH A...…

September 10, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 121) • Page Image 41

… -W '*hen you made yourr>;aqE, *decision tocome to te3 VUniversity, you also Sdecided to spend the next four (or five, or six) years of yu ielvn nAnAbr epe' have been known to say that Ann /Abrbed ewYr n o Angeles attitudes with the comfort '" ;," ,, of asmall Midwest town. ,& , It's impossible to get the true 's, essence of a city until you live there,* *but this section is designed to help you get acquainted with some of whtAnAbrhst fe.On th...…

September 10, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 121) • Page Image 42

…Page 2-The Michigan Daily/New Student Edition-City - Thursday, September 10, 1992 THE BANKS A guide to banks in Ann Arbor Comerica NBD First of Society America d t::.. . : Minimum deposit to open a savings account $25 $50 $50 $25 ..imun $0$30 nn ... .'.. i:. 3:? ....roti:h >::: :"i::y:3>ib '" 3 : = :"ia n ii c::i ;e ::ra:h: in PHOTO ILLUSTRATION/SHARON MUSHER/Daily Minimum monthly balance for a savings account $200 $300 $200 $10...…

September 10, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 121) • Page Image 43

…The Michigan Daily/New Student Edition-City - Thursday, September 10, 1992 - Page 3 Sgrows worse for Anna bor's honmneless comma Despite student concern, city, state, and 'U'offcils ignore plight hip by Tami Pollak. News about the homeless is easy to ignore - because so much of it isn't new at all. While the numbers continue to grow at an insidiously steady pace, facts about the homeless can turn from striking to stale within a week's worth o...…

September 10, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 121) • Page Image 44

…Page 4-The Michigan Daily/New Student Edition-City - Thursday, September 10, 1992 THE DIAL A guide to radio stations available in Ann Arbor Students witness Ann Arbor crime from two perspectives Police encourage students to take precautions KHZ CBEF-540 News, sports, publici r _____WNZK - 690 Religious radio (in French) CKWW -580 News, talk WJR -760 Lite rock, talk, news Tigers Baseball 3 t CKLW -800 Big band, nostalgia L-900 100...…

September 10, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 121) • Page Image 45

…The Michigan Daily/New Student Edition-City - Thursday, September 10, 1992- Page 5 ouncil debates trees, douestic partnerships i Mayor, councdmembenpivalize paiding, waste disposal City Administrator Al Gatta and Mayor Liz Brater lead a discussion at a City Council meeting. Democrats take majorty of Council in April elections by Erin Einhorn Daily Staff Reporter Before the April 6 City Council election - when Democrats cham- pioned the elect...…

September 10, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 121) • Page Image 46

…Page 6-The Michigan Daily/New Student Edition-City - Thursday, September 10, 1992 Jake shakes up the streets with zany style Ann Arbor's living legend strums his guitarto the delight of geneations of students by Lauren Dormer Daily Staff Reporter If Diag discourses on morality are too deep for your between-class entertainment, make sure to check out Shakey Jake Woods - Ann Arbor's most well-known guitarist. For as long as anyone can re- membe...…

September 10, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 121) • Page Image 47

…The Michigan Daily/New Student Edition-City - Thursday, September 10, 1992 - Page 7 Stephanie Rosenbaum examines Farmei #S by Travis McR+ynolds Daily Staff Reporter asparag rs it One need not travel to Meijer or Farmer Jack's to buy over-ripe fruits and wilted vegetables, when just a few blocks north of campus the Farmers' Market offers locally grown produce every Wednesday and Saturday morning. Twice a week, in the Kerrytown parking lot, A...…

September 10, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 121) • Page Image 48

…*1 Page 8-The Michigan Daily/New Student Edition-City - Thursday, September 10, 1992 A2 merchants offer styles for women's out of class expenences by Lauren Dormer Daily Staff Reporter and Melissa Peerless Daily NSE Editor Stores sell variety and versatility in men's clothing When you were little, a sure sign of the end of sum- mer was going with Mom to buy a new dress for your grand entrance on the first day of school. Times have certain...…

September 10, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 121) • Page Image 49

…The Michigan Daily/New Student Edition-City - Thursday, September 10,1992-Page 9 Outings offer fun, unusual activities Two students rejoice in O'Sullivan's on St. Patrick's Day. A guide to A2 bars (for 24-year olds?) by Andrew Levy Daily Staff Reporter "Ta da bah!" On a Friday afternoon, you can hear these words ringing out from all corners of the campus. From the students: "Ta da bah!" From the office of your favorite professor: "Ta da ba...…

September 10, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 121) • Page Image 50

…Page 10-The Michigan Daily/New Student Edition-City - Thursday, September 10, 1992 Restaurants provide . variety for, by Yaei Citro "Don't worry. There is plenty for you to eat. They have great salads." Contrary to popular opinion, vegetarians can not be satisfied by merely grazing on a three mile long, all-you-can-eat salad bar. A good vegetarian restaurant is hard to find. However, Ann Arbor has a considerable number of restaurants with a ...…

September 10, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 121) • Page Image 51

…The Michigan Daily/New Student Edition-City - Thursday, September 10, 1992- Page 1 PIZZA Continued from page 10 The other word that comes to mind is "pricy," but if you hit the right coupon on the right day, you just might be in business. I have just one thing to say about Geppetto's, at the corner of State and Hill: ALL YOU CAN EAT. That's right. On Tuesday and Wed- nesday, from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., Gep- petto's makes all-you-can-eat pizza ava...…

September 10, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 121) • Page Image 52

…Page 12-The Michigan Daily/New Student Edition-City-Thursday, September 10, 1992 Experience the difference with Ann Arbor's Religious omm * .. . ... I I I uI~i 'I,, Ce --C ~ ' # ' P .* /, ** nity Trinity Presbyterian Church 10101 W. Ann Arbor Road - Plymouth Located just 7 miles from campus. For van service directly from campus, call 459-9550. Please leave message. Worship-8:30 & 11:00 A.M. Sunday School-9:30 A.M. Weds. Midweek-7:00 P.M., A...…

September 10, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 121) • Page Image 53

… 1Fdd, ing around * : mong medium-to-small- sized places in America, you could pretty much ~ 4.consider Ann Arbor the country's cultural mecca. What does that mean? That means unless yout travel to New York, Chicago, or Los Angeles, you are unlikely to find the diverse range of cultural opportunities that exist in Ann Arbor. Ann Arbor plays host to hundreds of music acts, ranging from classical, to jazz, to rock (including a wide variety of Gr...…

September 10, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 121) • Page Image 54

…Page 2-The Michigan Daily/New Student Edition-Entertainment - Thursday, September 10, 1992 nn Arbor's sweetest classical sounds by Michael John Wilson Whether you've been playing violin for 15 years or you know Mozart only from Falco's "Rock Me Amadeus" hit, there's a place for you in the realm of classical music in Ann Arbor. If you're already a seasoned devotee of Puccini, Proko- fiev and the rest, you can skip down to the introduction to c...…

September 10, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 121) • Page Image 55

…The Michigan Daily/New Student Edition-Entertainment - Thursday, September 10, 1992 - Page 3 Can't beat the best A2 book browsing wide open and always with its bar- gain tables out front. These tables are a good place to watch for inex- pensive reference books and an- thologies you may need for class. You can also find other odds and ends, from children's books to clas- sics for anywhere from $2 to $10. Not only is Borders one of the bigge...…

September 10, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 121) • Page Image 56

…Page 4-The Michigan Daily/New Student Edition-Entertainment - Thursday, September 10, 1992 BOOKS Continued from page 3 locations and they are completely different. The shop at 1202 S. University is similar to David's in that they have a lot of books. The shelves are overflowing and stacks creep up off the floor. Not only to they have tons of books in many subjects, but their occult/mysticism sections is stocked with "acces- sories." such as c...…

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