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April 18, 1986 - Image 24

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FRIDAY, APR. 18
"STOP MAKING SENSE" (1984)
The energetic concert film of the Talking Heads'
1984 "Speaking In Tongues" tour.
SATURDAY, APR. 19
"STOP MAKING SENSE"
See Fri., Apr. 18.

8:00 MONDAY, APR. 21 Dir.-D. A. Pennebaker
"ZIGGY STARDUST" (1983)
It's July 3, 1973, at London's Hammersmith
Odeon and David Bowie is saying goodbye for-
ever to Ziggy Stardust and the Spider from the
Mars Band.
8:00 TUESDAY, APR. 22 Dir.-Mike Nichols
"THE GRADUATE" (1967)
Post-graduate student Dustin Hoffman has af-
fairs with both Katherine Ross and her seductive
mother (Anne Bancroft), which leads to tremen-
dous complications. Soundtrack by Simon and
Garfunkel.
See all these great films projected on the large screen in the historic
Michigan Theater. Call 668 397 for more information. Admission to
films is $3.00 for a double bill or a single bill. Students and senior
citizens $2.50. Tickets go on sale one-half hour before showtime.

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BEST CLASS
The Senior Class
They've been here for four years
but do they share their accumulated
knowledge? Noooo! They go for the
cheap joke. This was their oppor-
tunity to tell their heirs apparent what
to take, how to not make the mistakes
they've made. This was the senior
class's chance to help us all. Instead,
we get self-congratulation. Thanks a
lot. Good luck finding a job, you
comedians.
BEST CO-OP
Minnie's
It's purple.
BEST CONCERT
INXS and Simple Minds
No, they didn't perform together ...
their concerts tied for first place in
the voting. Obviously local concer-
tgoers got what they needed, and
didn't forget about the powerful per-
formances they saw.
BEST RADIO STATION
WDTX
This relative newcomer to the local
airwaves has won a huge following
with its straightforward approach,
and nrediletion for what for a want of

a better term is called, "new music."
Get your radio in motion.
BEST PLACE FOR A
COUPLE TO "BE ALONE"
In Bed
Yeah, right. And the best place to
bowl is probably a bowling alley. Ad-
venturous souls offered up "a large
closet," and the "UGLi staff locker
room," but the vast majority hits the
sheets. C'mon, gang. Tell us
something we don't already know.
BEST STREET
PERSONALITY
Shakey Jake
Shakin' Jake Woods. Blues legend.
Fashion plate. Entrepreneur. Is it any
wonder that such a man has become a
fixture in the hearts and minds of
Daily readers? After all, he's on the
move.
BEST EXCUSE FOR A
LATE PAPER
Illness
For effectiveness, this response gets
an "A." For inventiveness, it gets an
"E." Next time, don't say mono, say
"menopause." Instead of the flu, why
not claim that you were "vomiting
blood." Honorable mention goes to
"the '80s response" - computer
failure.
BEST THING TO
BITCH ABOUT
Homework
And "bed" is the best place for a
couple to be alone, right? Yes, we
know. Homework is a pain in the ass,
but does it really compare with over-
whelming gripes, like "men-
struation," "sheeps," "coitus in-
terruptus," and "Hal Shapiro?" We
don't think so.
BEST (fill-in-the-blank)
We got a lot of varied responses.
The one we like best is "Best Place to

Ladies and gentlemen, the Best Person in
Ann Arbor... BO!?!
Get Informed-Weekend Magazine."
Honorable mentions, "Best Big-Time
Wrestler - King Kong Bundy;" "Best
Roommate Story-Sleeps in the
bathtub;" and "Best Booger-On a
wall in East Engineering.
BEST PERSON IN
ANN ARBOR
Bo Schembechler
Three ballots came in marked
"you," which were understood to
refer to me, John Logie, the Weekend
Editor. Unfortunately, that only
qualified me for a tie with Shakey Jake
and Hal Shapiro. We're planning to
get together to have a few drinks and
console each other. The winner, the
irascible, headphoned field general of
the gridiron Wolverines, clobbered us.
BEST BIRTH CONTROL
METHOD
The Pill
Though no one can deny that ab-
stinence, the second-place finisher, is
100 percent effective, a majority of
our voters (most of them male) seem
quite willing to settle for the Pill's 99
percent efficiency. "Roommates"
garnered two votes... there are, of
course, two interpretations for this
response.

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WORST OF ANN ARBOR

WORST .-LOOKING
UNIVERSITY BUILDING
The UGLi
We have often speculated that
names have a lot to do with how BoA2
voters vote. The power of suggestion
is quite strong. But while there are
certainly many atrocious architec-
tural disasters on this generally

beautiful campus, the UGLi is, once
again, singled out as the UGLiest.
WORST LINE TO WAIT IN
CRISP
While virtually everyone
acknowledges that the wait has been
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registration still carries a stomach-
turning sense of anticipation.Will the
class you need to graduate be
irrevocably closed? Will the com-
puter accidently shove you into the
wrong section? Will you survive?
Other lines are longer, but there's
generally money or a movie waiting
for you.
WORST CATEGORY ON
THIS BALLOT
Best Greeks Categories
Anti-greeks didn't like the
categories, obviously. Greeks didn't
like the categories because they
promoted discord within a system
that is supposed to be unified. Allright
already. We're sorry. A close second
goes to "Best Tailor,' which was met
with resounding apathy. Well, O.K.,
but don't come crying to us when you
split your dress pants.

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