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BEST RADIO STATION: WCBN
At last, our student-run campus station receives theprc t id v C n ote e
station can touch CBN's diversity. If you're still a
neophyte, tune in to 88.3 FM and hear what your
fellow students already know.
BEST LOCAL BAND:
The Difference
These pop funksters recently won a national MTV
talent search and evidently people are taking heed. The
Folkminers and Mission Impossible also garnered
considerable support. Despite plastering campus kiosks°
with his posters, Martin Kierzenbaum received only
three votes.
Continued on Page 9 Jerusalem 6 arden: Best deal in town.

BEST LUCK: Demetrius Brown's
answered prayer against Iowa
Hail to Mary, not the Victors. With :02 seconds left in
the -first half, Brown launched a spiral into the air that
somehow landed 50 yards downfield in the arms of Greg
McMurtry. The touchdown opened up a 30-10 halftime lead.
WORST LUCK:
Ohio State's coach Earle Bruce being
fired the week of "the game"
The Buckeyes were on a mission against the Wolverines.
The players painted "Earle" on their headbands and went out
and played on sheer emotion. After falling behind, 13-0,
Ohio State came back to win, 23-20. Mission accomplished.
WORST NAMES TO PRONOUNCE:
You have Folkertsma and Ogunfiditimi in football, Pizz-
utello in tennis, Ignasiak in baseball, and Carol
Szczechowski representing women's basketball. But with
the way she played as a rookie, people might become very
familiar with her pronunciation.

BEST THIEF: Infielder Steve Finken
Even a seriousrankle injury a few years back couldn't
prevent Finken from surpassing Barry Larkin's all-time
Michigan stolen base record of 44.
WORST THIEF: Steve Stoyko
When fan-favorite Stoyko got his first Big Ten starting
assignment against Northwestern, anxiety took over. After
Glen Rice received a pass inside, Stoyko grabbed the ball
out of an astonished Rice's hands, and drew the foul.
BEST EMBARRASSING MOMENT:
Women's basketball player, Mary
Rosowski
After noticing a handsome gentleman in the airport,
Rosowski went over to him and called out some pick-up
lines. The man turned out to be Iowa's signal caller, starting
quarterback Chuck Hartlieb.
WORST EMBARRASSING MOMENT:
Kirk Taylor at Minnesota
When the first year guard was called on by Bill Frieder to

enter the game, Taylor ran or
his warmup pants. Inexperien
BEST CELEBRATIC
Steve Stoyko in the
After Tait scored four pt
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national championship - a
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graduation party.
BEST INSPIRATION
In a season dominated by
dominated the players minds
Bowl. "The Bo thing is defin
absence of Wolverine head co
recovering from heart surg
Moeller led the Hall of Fame
for Bo.
Ever wonder what would
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SPECIAL THANKS to the
following Daily staffers who
helped us count a record number
of ballots: Elizabeth Atkins,
Becky Blumenstein, Beth Fertig,
Anne Kubek, Robin Loznak,
Michael Lustig, Andrew Mills,
Pete Mooney, Jim Poniewozik,
Dudley Rabbit, Lawrence Rosen-
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