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line drive at Tiger Stadium. Thanks,
Tom.
Best
Businesses

THRIFT/USED
CLOTHING The Cat's
Meow (215 S. State)
The place to go to get '50s prom
dresses, '60s love beads, or '70s
bell-bottoms? Plus they've got
funky hats and jewelry, 'cause you
always need accessories.
GROCERY Kroger's
(various locations)
Where else can you get Bananas,
microwaveable rabbit parts, and lun-
cheon meat at 3:00 a.m.? Plus
"Let's go Farmer Jacking" doesn't
quite cut it.
CONVENIENCE Village
Corner (601 S. Forest)
See, South Univeristy mer-
chants? You don't need neon to be
succesful in Ann Arbor.

WOMEN'S

CLOTHING

Jacobson's (612 E. Liberty)
While other women's-clothing
stores come and go, Jacobson's has
maintained its standing as the best
women's clothing store for all
around selection.
MEN'S CLOTHING
Bivouac (330 S. State)
The Biv wins once again - with
Mark Keller closing up its doors, the
competition has dwindled down to a
handful of men's clothing stores in
Ann Arbor.

Continued from Page 18
Bud VanDeWege
After receiving the Hustle Award
at the women's basketball banquet
only two weeks earlier, sophomore
Barbie Locher had her scholarship
yanked by VanDeWege so he could
pass it along to an incoming recruit.
Locher made the team as a walk-on
the year before, and while by no
means a star on the court, she in-
spired her teammates with her
enthusiasm and hustle.
Loeher symbolized all that was
right with a program which once
again seems to have run amuck.
With this year's smelly 5-13 Big
Ten record, VanDeWege was unable
and unwilling to successfully com-
municate with his players.
This is Michigan, Bud.
Biggest Splash Women's
swim coach Jim Richardson
All Richardson did was guide his
team to another Big Ten title. It's
old hat by now. But instead of
dumping water or champagne on
him to celebrate their victory, the
team dumped him in the water, fully
clothed. Some thanks, hey Jim?
Mr. Michigan Mark Messner
He's big, he's huge, and he can play.
Offensive lineman and captain of the
football team, All-American Mark
Messner has made his mark at
Michigan, his brute force pushing
away all who came near him.
Mr. Clutch Rumeal Robinson
Swish, Swish, Buzzer. Cham-
pions.

Biggest Wide to the rights,
wide to the lefts Mike Gillette
Now Mike Gillette has been a
great kicker in Michigan football.
But he missed at Notre Dame, which
could have won the game. He also
missed against Miami, which might
have prevented Miami's successful
comeback. Then he missed twice in
the Rose Bowl. But what was worse
than all the misses were the boos he
received at Crisler Arena when
introduced as part of the Rose Bowl
champion squad.
Biggest Shot Sean Higgins
With the score tied against Illi-
nois in semi-final action of the
NCAA tournament, sophomore Sean
Higgins skied for the rebound of a
Terry Mills miss, and banged it off
the glass to give Michigan the win
and a spot in the championship
game - all as time ran out.
Best Personal Comeback
Val Hall
Women's basketball player Val
Hall had the same knee injury as
men's hoopster Kirk Taylor. She
underwent major knee surgery to re-
pair her torn anterior cruciate. She
also quit the team to pursue a career
in modeling. She rejoined the team,
only to miss most of the first half of
the season with an illness. But Hall
cameback to become Michigan's
starting center.
Best Comeback
The Michigan Hockey Team
Trailing 5-1 to North Dakota
Continued on Page 20

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