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BEST PLACE To STUDY: The Graduate Library
The nocturnal creatures often seen flying around the
Reference Room fascinate some people, while others cited
those cute little study rooms with the great graffiti as the
reason The Grad is the Best place. The Law Quad took second
place, and no wonder. It doesn't have bats, birds or cubicles.
BEST EXCUSE FOR A LATE PAPER:
Lost in the computer
We had a really funny blurb for this category, but it got
lost in the Daily's new Macintoshes. No matter. Technology
gave us the wheel, the toothbrush, and now the most
plausible excuse ever for not getting those term papers in on
time. Since there's no way to tell your profs that the dog ate
your homework (what with no pets allowed in the dorms),
just tell them that the computer did.
BEST PERSON IN ANN ARBOR: Shakey Jake
This man never goes out of style. He's a musician. He's
an academic. ("I help students with their homework," he told
the Daily. "I show them how to write and relax... Everytime
I help them they get A's and B's, good marks.") He's a
dancer. ("When I get on that floor it's like a ball of fire.")
He's a celebrity. ("I meet 2,000 people, I sign 2,000
autographs a day. But I don't let fame go to my head.") But
most of all, he's "On the move!"
BEST THING ABOUT ANN ARBOR: The 'U'
You really had to strain your neurons to come up with
that one, huh?
BEST (FILL-IN-THE-BLANK): Marred by scandal!
Some unscrupulous store owners attempted to use this
category to get themselves an award, because their particular
business didn't have its own category. One clumsy effort
involved photocopying ballots and attaching a note to each
one telling people how to vote. Shame! The genuine
responses to this one were varied and pretty insipid, so we'll
leave it at that.
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BEST QUOTE: Purdue Basketball Coach
Gene Keady
"You know what fucking pisses me off? Why doesn't
fucking Michigan play like that every fucking game? You
know why? It's because they got no fucking character,"
Keady said after Michigan defeated the Boilermakers, 104-68,
in the regular season finale. What else could he complain
about? The refereeing?
WORST QUOTE: Antoine Joubert
"The program was down in the dumpster when I got there.
What else do they want me to do? I turned the program
around," said the senior guard.
MOST REPEATED QUOTE: Baseball Coach Bud
Middaugh
"It's their World Series when they face Michigan," says
the eighth-year Wolverine coach regarding non-conference
opponents.
BEST FEUD: Bill Frieder and Bobby Knight
Frieder says his stormy relationship with Knight is
overblown. Don't believe him. _ night stormed off the
Crisler Arena court with his fist th ast in the air, rubbing in
the victory. To say the least, Fried(r wasn't pleased.
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