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As easy as it is to become so engrossed in our studies that we become cut
off from the outside world, the abundance of campus news is constant
reminder that reality is only afew years away. This past year was no excep-
tion. Here are a few of the more important (and not-so-important) events
that took place in and around the University over the past eight months as
chosen by afew of the Daily's top editors.

Best Campaign Stop
With only a few weeks left in the 1984
presidential race, Democratic can-
didate Walter Mondale made a Tuesday
afternoon appearance on the Diag.
Accompanied by his former rival,
Sen. Gary Hart (D. -Colo.), Mondale
was greeted by thousands of people at
the rally which was probably as well at-
tended as a Michigan-Ohio State foot-
ball game.
Though the former vice president's
stay was brief, he managed to attract
Democrats and Republicans alike, tur-
ning the campus into a giant media ex-
travaganza.
"The way I look at it," Mondale said,
"anybody who wants to be president
should come to the University of
Michigan and ask for your votes." Nice
try Fritz. I bet you say that to all the
girls.
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Brown and the University of Colorado
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gained national attention for disrupting
CIA recruiting visits at their campuses,
the first of such opposition happened
weeks before here at the University.
A group of about 100 protesters
decided to hold a "trial" for three CIA
recruiters on hand at the MLB for a in-
formational meeting in early Novem-
ber.
Charging the CIA representatives
with crimes ranging from the mining of
Nicaraguan harbors to the overthrow of
governments in El Salvador, Iran, and

Chile, the protesters chased the
recruiters across the street to their
cars.
In response to the action, the CIA
cancelled all of its interviews which
were scheduled for the next day.
Though they eventually returned in
December to conduct their interviews,
the CIA had to confront another group
of protesters upon their arrival in
January for another set of interviews.
Best Near Miss
Members of Alpha Gamma Delta
sorority escaped unharmed in late Sep-
tember when a fire ripped through the
attic of their house on Hill St.

Faulty wiring in a bathroom ceiling
fan was responsible for the blaze, which
kept the women out of their house for
,the rest of the term while the damage
was repaired.
Best Code Development
After months of bickering over the
proposed code for nonacademic con-
duct, University President Harold
Shapiro decided to let the University
Council, who developed the original
draft of the code, come up with a new
version of the document.
Since then, the code has been tied up
in committee meetings and with any
luck will stay that way for a long, long
time.N

Best Men's Clothing Store
Marty's
Variety, style and easy accessibility
on State street make Marty's the
favorite clothing store for Ann Arbor
men of all ages. Bivouac was a close
second, and its browsing appeal can't
be denied; however, it seems that men
who actually buy clothes prefer the
traditional items offered at Marty's.

Best Shoe Store
Van Boven
Among the numerous shoe stores in
the city, Van Boven stands among the
finest. Located in Nickels Arcade, it
carries a wide variety of quality shoes
that are moderately priced.

Border's: They've got browse-appeal
know it exams are over and you'd
rather die than read something that
even resembles something you could
find in a coursepack. In the midst of all
this is Borders, the two story mega-
bookstore that carries just about
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Best Women's
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It's probably no surprise that
Bivouac carried away the voting again
this year. This is a store that has com-
bined stylish, moderately priced spor-
tswear with an air of exclusivity to
create one of the most successful
clothing operations in town. Love it or
disdain it, Bivouac has the look, year
after year, into infinity.

Best Bookstore
Border's
College students who enjoy reading
are often met with frustration in Ann
Arbor. Course reading lists never seem
that bad when you CRISP, but after the
ordeal of buying the books at the won-
derful campus textbook stores it only
gets worse. There's never enough time
to read what you're supposed to, much
less what you'd like to, and before you

Mondale: Appealing to campus voters; it didn't work

to your books faster

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