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BEST CAMPUS LIFE

BEST BAR
BEST HAPPY HOUR
Rick's American Cafe
You can get anything you want at
Rick's. Drinkers are treated to a daz-
zling array of alcoholic concoctions.
Gamers have their choice of pinball,
pool or darts. Rockers are treated to
a variety of local and national acts.
And the special mix of people that
Rick's attracts make it the favorite
for happy hour happenings, too. If
you don't go there, you might not
regret it today, but you will tomorrow,
and for the rest of your life...
BEST DANCE BAR
The Nectarine Ballroom
This place will wow you with the
Wizard, then blast you with Black
Flag. You can rock 'n' roll with the
Romantics, or jump with DJ Jacqui
0. The Nec is the place to guzzle a
fuzzy navel and shake yer tailfeather.

BEST PLACE TO MEET
PEOPLE
The Diag
Well, where else? The hub of our
campus is home to preachers, hash
bashers, hackey sackers, people in-
terested in revolutionary politics,
twisters, guitar players, bucket
drivers, Gargoyle pitchers, cox-
swains, pilots, skateboarders,
protestors, high school kids who think
they're really cool, high school kids
who aren't cool at all, drug dealers,
chess players, car smashers,
politicians, religious fanatics, and this
guy named Ed. Go out and introduce
yourself. I
BEST LOCAL BAND
Domino
A lot of bands got a lot of votes, but
thid Motor City import still managed
to edge its competitors for the second
straight year. Honorable mention

goes to the University of Michigan
Marching Band, which is still looking
for a bar to play'in.
BEST DORMITORY
East Quad
Externally, East Quad is Univer-
sity catalogue material. The Ivy-
colored brick walls are the stuff
college is made of. Internally, the
Quad houses a diverse assortment of
people who are among the Univer-
sity's most active. East Quad is home
to the Abeng Minority Cultural and
Arts Festival, the Women's Weekend,
the RC Players, the Brecht Company,
and Open Mike at the Halfway Inn, to
name just a few of the things that go
on withing East Quad's corners. And,
Allen Ginsberg got stoned there.
BEST LECTURE HALL
MLB
Newfangled, spacious, and com-

... continuing a tradition of
service to Ann Arbor and
Washtenaw County since 1893.
ANN ARBOR
SUBSIDIARY OF NBD BANCORP. INCI MEMBER FDIC

BEST FRESHMAN
Dan Goldberg
The freshman out of Avon, Conn.
stepped in on the tennis team and took
the No. 1 position from senior Jim
Sharton, a two-year veteran at that
spot. Who was Goldberg's coach back
at home? It was Rick Sharton, Jim's
older brother.
Runners Up: Glen Rice,
basketball; Doug Wyland, wrestling;
Jim Abbott, baseball; John Kolesar,
football; Todd Brost, hockey; and
Candace Quinn, swimming.
BEST COMEBACK
Jim Harbaugh
The son of former Michigan
assistant Jack Harbaugh not only
recovered from a broken left arm, he
took over the Michigan single-season
passing recordbook in three
categories en route to becoming the
nation's most efficient quarterback in
1985.
Runners Up: The football team.
After a devastating 6-6 campaign in
'84, the Wolverines put together a 10-1-
1 mark complete with a victory over
Nebraska in the Sunkist-Fiesta Bowl.
BEST HITTER
Andrea Williams
The senior volleyball standout was
the Wolverine's most proficient spiker
in '85 with a .290 hitting percentage.
Williams led the team with 403 assists,
399 digs and 376 kills - 10 in the Big
Ten.
WORST CASE OF
SCHIZOPHRENIA
The Hockey Team
Despite splitting regular-season
series with soon-to-be NCAA national
champion Michigan State, and two-
game series with both defending
national champion RPI and then
number-one ranked Bowling Green,
the hockey team managed to lose
season series to the likes of Ferris
State and Illinois-Chicago, and were
swept by Ohio State and Lake
Superior.

WORSTbWEEKEND
October 18-19
On the same weekend the football
team lost to Iowa, Ferris Stateswept
the icers, 7-6 and 10-5. It was so bad
that the press found coach Red Beren-
son sitting on a bench in an adjacent
pitch dark ice rink.
BEST HOCKEY PLAY
Mike Rossi
The thriller of the year came when
freshman walk-on goalie Mike Rossi
stopped former high school team-
mate Neil Hernberg on a breakaway
and then Michigan came down the ice
and scored when fellow freshman Jeff
Urban tipped in a shot from Myles
O'Connor to give the Wolverines an 11-
10 victory over RPI.
BEST FIGHT
Mike Rossi vs. UIC
Rossi comes away with this award
when he got into a full-scale melee in

his homecoming appearance at
Illinois-Chicago. Jeff Urban also
participated as he was third man in.
BEST SIGN OF
CHANGING TIMES
Alex Roberts
The in-coming recruit from Detroit
will play his hockey in Ann Arbor,
despite his father and uncle having
great careers at Michigan State.
BEST INDIVIDUAL
VICTORIES
Kirk Trost
NCAA champion, heavyweight
wrestling.
Thomas Wilcher
NCAA champion, 55-meter hur-
dles.

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BEST LIQUOR STORE
Village Corner
Just about any liquor store which
accepts fake I.D.'s is popular with un-
derage University tipplers. But
nearly everyone agrees that the next
best thing is Village Corner. They
take fake I.D.'s but V.C. keeps them,
and posts them prominently. When
you're ofage, it's a kick to shopWV.C.
and look for your underage friends
amidst the legions of eyeless failures.
BEST SHOES
Van Boven's
Van Boven's walked away - quite
stylishly, we might add- with this
category. Step into the Arcade and
get your pedal extremities taken care
of,
BEST MOVIE THEATER
The Michigan Theater
A fabulous organ, a nostalgia-
inducing balcony, and first-rate
second-run films are the factors
which led this most majestic movie
house to victory.
BEST FLORIST
Normandie Flower Shop
We can all rest assured someone is
stopping to smell the roses - at Nor-
mandie Flower Shop. Others may
prefer to pick up their petals from
Merlin Olson.
BEST TAILOR
Happy's
Mom and Elizabeth pinned down
two votes but the needle's eyes and
Happy's have this stickler category al
sewn up. Cahit's attempt to cut in o
this win proved unsuccessful.

BEST COPY SHOP
Kinko's
Kinko's won this category. Kinko's
won this category. Kinko's won this
category. Kinko's won this category.
Kinko's won this category. Kinko's
won this category. Kinko's...
BEST GROCERY STORE
Kroger's
Somehow "Let's go Village Cor-
nering" just doesn't have the same
ring. That's probably why the South

University Market can't hold a cart to
Kroger's, the clear favorite. Pass the
Cost-Cutter Macaroni and Cheese,
puh-leeeze.
BEST BANK
First of America
When you get right down to it, the
name makes a pretty brash
statement. But First of America is
backing up its name with a passel of
machine-tellers and enough branches
to keep wallets green all over Ann Ar-
bor.

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