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WHAT IS THE Best of Ann Arbor?
Some time ago concerned citizens of
our fair city approached us at the Daily
to find out.
We set out to investigate the matter
by asking various members of our staff,
but they all seemed to vote for them-
selves, so we were at a loss. It then oc-
cured to us that the only equitable way
of determining what was really the
"Best of Ann Arbor" was to ask a lot of
people.
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counted they gave us an "unbiased"
answer.
But nearly a full year has passed sin-
ce that first issue was written. In that
year new businesses have opened, old
businesses have closed, and in-between
businesses have gotten both better and
worse. So we at the Daily have decided
to ask once again, "What is the Best of
Ann Arbor?"
Therefore we present the Second An-
nual Best of Ann Arbor issue, (conver-
sely known as son of Best of Ann Ar-
bor). Once again} we are asking the
public to tell us what is good, great, bad
or funny about this city.
Ballots can be picked up and filled out
at various hours in the fishbowl, and at
anytime in the Daily Arts office, or the
ballot on this page can be filled out and
dropped off at the Daily arts office.
Now the questions on this year's
ballot are more than simple mass
market-type questions. In addition to
such questions as "Best pizza" and
"Best Men's Clothing Store," we want
to find out some things like "Best Place
for a Philosophical Discussion" and
"Best Excuse for Handing a Paper in
Late. "Questions such as these are of vital

importance.
Don't laugh! If you were Socrates
coming to Ann Arbor to challenge Stony
Burke to a debate, where would you go.
The Diag? The foot of Burton Tower?
Michigan Football Stadium?
Or imagine yourself in the shoes of
those poor souls who are going to begin
their collegiate careers this fall. This
isn't high school anymore. "The Dog
Ate It" just doesn't cut the mustard at
the big University.
It is these people that we are trying to
help. We are not as some malicious
folks have implied, gathering infor-
mation for a KGB takeover or com-
munist insurrection.
So what it all boils down to for you,
the reader, is to vote. In order to vote
for the president you have to know
something about the candidates who
are running. In order to vote for Best of
Ann Arbor, all you have to know is what
you learn just by being a part of this
city. There's no such thing as an unin-
formed voter when it comes to The Best
of Ann Arbor because even people
who've been here only a few months
can tell us all some of the secrets
they've dredged up.
So one last time - vote! it only takes
a few minutes. And remember the more

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Best of Ann Arbor

CATEGORY

CATEGORY

Best Burger
Best Pizza -

Best Pizza Delivery

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Best Place to take the Folks -
Best Place to take a First Date
Best Food Deal
Best Late Night Eats
Best Chinese Restaurant ___
Best Deli

Best Travel Agent
Best Shoe Store
Best Gift Shop
Best Bagel
Best Bar Atmosphere
Best Popcorn
Best Ice Cream
Best Salad Bar-
Best Dance Bar
Best Thursday Night Spot
Best Happy Hour
Best New Restaurant
Best Candy Store
Best place to get away from it all
Most popular concert
Before you graduate you simply must .. .
Ugliest University building-_
Most Popular Local Band

Best Video Arcade

Upbeat.
Michigan
Sportswear

Best Men's Clothing Store _
Best Women's Clothing Store_
Best Florist
Best Jewlery Store
Best Tailor
Best Bookstore
Best Sub Shop
Best Bar Party

in the latest styles &

colors

including FLASHDANCE-"WEAR
UNION
Ground Floor

Best Liquor Store
Best Dry Cleaners
Best Used Record Store_______
Best Record Store_
Best Barber/Hairdresser _
Best Copying
To prevent ballot duplication:

Worst dorm meal (be specific)
Best place for a philosophical disucssion _
Best to find girls wearing too much make-
Best street personality
Best excuse for handing in paper late __

Best place to be seen w/someone of the op
Signature

Address
All ballots should be returned to the Michigan Daily, 420 Maync
or PARTICIPATING RETAILERS.

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