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BEST BOOKSTORE
Border's
Servicing the diverse Ann Arbor
community isn't an easy job; but Bor-
der's manages to do just that with two
expansive floors of books. Bestsellers
are discounted. Hard-to-find books
are hunted down. And the service is
exceptional. Border's is the place for
books that aren't "assigned reading."
BEST USED BOOKS
David's
Besides having the best wall mural,
David's also has the best used books.
With its quiet atmosphere, friendly
help, and roped-off girlie magazines,
David's is a book hunter's delight. It
was a close race however, as David's
barely beat out such book store
Goliath's as the U-Cellar and Ulrich's.
The Dawn Treader Book Shop also
sailed to a respectable showing.
BEST CANDY STORE
Drake's
Home of the Martian Room,
Drake's has dominated this category

since the dawn of the BoA=, and will
continue to do so as long as its doors
remain open. There are many fine
sweet shops in town, but it's hard to
compete with Drake's dynamite
displays, and the cheerful green-and-
black decor. And if you haven't had a
lime phosphate yet, you haven't lived.
Don't let the color fool you-it only
looks like antifreeze. Yum.
BEST TRAVEL AGENT
Conlin
Conlin Travel is the choice of the Ann
Arbor jet set. The agency didn't fly
away with the competition however.
Colin, Great Places, and Boersma all
were in a dog fight for first place. But,
in the end the Conlin line landed the
most votes.
BEST ARCADE
Mickey Rat's
Was it any surprise? Mickey Rat's
has the look, feel, and smell of a real
arcade. Cigarets, popcorn, leather
jackets, high schoolers, video
sharks-they're all there. And like
any true pinball arcade, Rat's is on a
second floor storefront, hovering just
above civilization.
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couraging Rep. Carl Pursell (R-
Michigan) to vote against aid to the
Nicaraguan Contras.
BEST MUD-SLINGING
CAMPAIGN
The Walls of the Michigan Student
Assembly's offices were covered with
verbal mud after this year's MSA
elections. MSA candidates resorted as
low as making accusations ranging
from being Marxist to exploiting a
penguin. The campaigning began
when members of the Student Rights
party decided to uphold the (copy)
rights of Opus, the penguin in Bloom
County. The Meadow party had used a
picture of the penguin on their cam-
paign posters, but their opposition
argued that this had violated
copyright laws. The Meadow party
then received permission from the
parent company to use Opus,

triggering the next round of ac-
cusations. The Meadow Party, seizing
on signatures of Students Rights Par-
ty candidates on a membership list of
a Marxist study group, demanded to
know their opponents political af-
filiations. Students Rights candidates
denied that they were members of the
group, saying they only signed to give
the group enough names to receive
MSA funding. An MSA Vice-
Presidential candidate, under the
scathing pressure of these ac-
cusations, finally admitted to being
"Marxist," when he revealed a t-shirt
depicting that great defender of the
proletariat, Groucho Marx.
BEST POLICE
SURVEILLANCE OF
PROTESTERS
Students protesting a buildup of
nuclear weapons are dangerous folk.

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They have these signs, and you never
know when someone might pull out a
joint and set fire to campus. So when
about a dozen students decided to go
home, after protesting recruitment by
Livermore Laboratories, a major
defense contractor, police followed
their bus back to central campus. The
protesters got off the bus, walked
through East Engineering building,
through Angell Hall, across the Daig,
and finally to University President
Harold Shapiro's office - with a trail
of Ann Arbor police and campus
security officers in hot pursuit.
Shapiro later issued a statement
apologizing for the actions.
BEST '60s RE-HASH
When the Bell Tower bonged twelve
this April Fool's Day, about 130 people
turned out to light up a joint in honor
of Ann Arbor's lenient $5 pot law. The
crowd was the largest in three years
for the annual celebration, known as
the "Hash Bash." Lasy year, no one
had shown up. "It's a return to ex-
cellence," said "Barry," an LSA
senior.
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