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By John Logie
THERE'S ONLY ONE THING
that keeps us from lapsing into
states of comatose as we tabulate
the Best of Ann Arbor poll results:
voter humor. Here, then, are some
of this year's more memorable
responses:
BEST BURGER
We got a vote for "the no-
burger, at Red Hot Lovers." While
you're at it, why not vote for "the
no-dorm," "empty bags at Tice's"
for Best Popcorn, and "withdrawal"
for Best Birth Control Method?
BEST HOT DOGS
"Animal shelter on fire" got a
vote, as did, "Steaming German
Shepherds." Okay, suckers. This

category was in the "Best Food"
section of the ballot. We'll provide
the hot dogs, so long as you
promise to eat them.
BEST BAGELS
"Green on March 17," said one
voter. Maybe these sell so well
because of the University's huge
population of Irish Jews.
BEST GREEK FOOD
"Phi Delta Theta" got a vote.
We're coming over for gyros and
baklava.
BEST MEXICAN FOOD
One voter bypassed Chi-Chi's,
Brandy's, and even Taco Bell for
"Amoco Beef and Bean Burrito."
This gives a whole new meaning to
the term "gas station."

BEST SEAFOOD
One voter likes "the School of
Music pond." Biology lesson:
People feed ducks. Ducks feed pond.
Snails eat duck product. Mmmm-
mmm-good!
BEST JUNK FOOD
We were pleased to see that
classic '50s holdover, "Atomic
Fireballs" nab a vote. Check these
out at the local five-and-dime. Each
little red box features a little red
nuclear explosion. Is there anything
more appetizing than the prospect
of global thermonuclear warfare?
BEST DELI
"Zimmerman's" got a vote for
the second year running. The
sandwich, my friend, is blowin' in
Continued on Page 27

As a winner in two categories, Zingerman's has got to be
twice as good as you thought it was. If you are looking for Border's, a remarkable book retailer. WEEKEND / LESLIE BOORSTEIN
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