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=Best Sports

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Best Burger
Blimpy Burgers
Was- there any doubt? The Gallup
Poll had this one pegged from the
beginning. Ann Arbor's oldest ham-
burger stand held on to its "Best
Burger" ranking for the third straight
year. The cute little patties served with
everything from American cheese to
fried zucchini were not even threatened
by the other candidates. Krazy Jim's
Blimpy Burgers are still number
one-and they're still cheaper than
food.

Hopeful
John Fisher
The freshman on the wrestling team
had the most wins of any freshman in
the nation and finished third in his
weight class at the NCAA meet.
Best Dressed Athlete
Antoine Joubert
For the second straight year,
Joubert's fur coat (the likes of which
you will only see on a TV game show)
and overall taste in apparel earn the 6-5
guard this prestigious award.

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Best Fast Food
McDonald's
The golden arches and the quin-
tessential symbol of American
capitalism have triumphed over all.
The Big Mac beat both The Whopper
the The Hot and Juicy in our poll. In
Ann Arbor, we are actually blessed
with some of the national chains' most
uniquely designed restaurants. What
other communities can boast a two-
story McDonald's and a subterranean
Burger King? It's really something to
be proud of.
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Tice 's
Popcorn's great as a snack or a meal
(if you miss dinner or don't feel like
cooking), and nowhere in Ann Arbor is
the popcorn as fresh, fluffy and tasty as
at Tice's. The boys behind the counter
serve it up with a smile and a friendly
"Small or large?", and the thrill of
having a bag of savory kernels over-
flowing onto the Tice's counter Is over-
whelming. An honorable mention goes
to Otto's, for the finest caramel corn in
town.
Best Subs
Pizza Bob 's
Ann Arbor loves subs, and the voters
love Pizza Bob's subs most of all. What
is it about their subs? Probably the
same qualities as their pizza-the
choice between whole wheat and white,
different meats and special and
creative toppings. We can't help but
wonder if they won on the basis of their
chipati !
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McDonald's: Big Macs are best

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Best Athlete's Answering
Machine
Rich Rellford and Roy
Tarpley
Rellford and Tarpley share an apar-
tment, and they have an answering
machine recording that goes something
like this : you hear the chorus to the
song "Friends" ("Friends, how many
of us have them..."), then you hear "Hi
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Best Quote
Roy Tarpley
When asked about Fairleigh Dickin-
son, Michigan's first-round NCAA op-
ponent, the Big Ten's MVP responded,
"I don't know anything about Harley
Dickerson. Are they a good team?".

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Best Sports was compiled by Daily
sports Editor Tom Keaney and for-
mer sports editor Jeff Bergida.

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Best Pizza
Cottage Inn
Tom Monaghan doesn't win
everything, his Domino's Pizza lost
out to Cottage .Inn in the balloting for
the best pizza in town. Even Uno's
Chicago-style, deep dish couldn't com-
pare. Cottage Inn topping the com-
petition may just give them the edge to
corner the hot student pizza market.
What captured it for the Cottage Inn
crew? If it wasn't the, deep dish or the
super sauce, it had to be those pain-in-
the-rear sesame seeds.
Best Ice Cream
Steve 's
What an honor for their first year of
business !! Although initial reviews
were mixed, their reputation has grown
immensely. Is there an ice cream lover
in the city who hasn't tried a mix-in?
It's doubtful at this point. Face it, it's
just fun to go to Steve's. Not only is it
located on a high visibility corner-you
can see Shakey Jake out of one window
and the end of the Diag from the
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