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Continued from Page 10
graveyard shift? Well, if you had to
deal with a screaming neurotic
graphic art student at 4 a.m. desper-
ate to finish his or her project in
four hours you'd be a little
comatose, too.
LIQUOR Village Corner
(601 S. Forest)
Also winner of the don't-use-
your-fake-id-here category.
BOOK STORE Border's
(303 S. State)
Forget about the books. Borders
won due to its efficient, orderly sys-
tern of storing your backpack, com-
plete with handy numbered pieces of
wood. It definitely beats throwing
your stuff into a corner at Ulrich's.
USED BOOKS The
Dawn Treader (525 E.
Liberty, 1202 South
University)
A couple readers simply put
down, "That place by Brown Jug,"
and "Next to the Michigan Theater."
But call it what you will, Dawn
Treader is the perfect place to spend a
hour just browsing. Watch out,
though, an hour could soon become
two. Or three.
RECORDS Schoolkids
(523 E. Liberty)
In the board game of Monopoly,
there are several players, it takes
hours, and it seems like you'll never

Peabody's cookies will warm anybody's heart. WEEKEND/ JULIE HOLLMAN

come up with a winner. In the real
life game, there's only one player,
and it wins as soon as you open the
box. Congratulations in advance for
next year, too.
USED RECORDS
Wazoo Records (336 1/2
S. State)
Any record store with a
"disgusting" section deserves atten-
tion. Two words of warning: 1)
bring elbow pads if you want to get
a shot at the "New Releases" crate
on Saturday afternoon, and 2) don't
bring too much money.
CANDY Drake Sandwich
Shop (709 N. University)
A child's delight. A confectionary
heaven. A mouth-watering sensation
of sweets. Plus they make a helluva
candy corn around Halloween.

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COOKIES Mrs.
Peabody's (715 N.
University)
Nestl6 Tollhouse come and go,
but Peabody's hearts live on. Who
can resist the white-chocolate
macadamia nut heart-shaped, still
warm, melt-in-your-mouth treats?
There's still semi-sweet for you
conseravative folks.
ICE CREAM Stucchi's
(302 S. State, 1123 S.
University)
Now contrary to popular belief,
Stucchis does serve ice cream. The
real, genuine, full-of calories, rich
ice cream. Perhaps we need a frozen
yogurt category next year for those
who confuse the two, although
Stucchi's yogurt is just as good as
ice cream. Some people are even
breaking down the windows to get
in.
BAR Rick's American Cafe
(611 Church)
We're packed in like sardines. We
still pay cover at 1 a.m. It's hot. It's
crowded. It's noisy. The only place
in town where vomit is covered with
saw dust within seconds. It's fun,
and still the only place to go on
Wedensday nights.
HAPPY HOUR
Dominick's (812 Monroe)
If it would ever get warm out,
you could sit outside and drink an
exotic frosty drink out of mason jar
glasses. As it is, you can only walk
past on your way to the Law and
wish you had time to sit and drink
during finals week.
HAIRCUT Shear Impact
(548 Church)
Now while half this campus
thinks cutting their hair is a crime,
and the other half wouldn't dare
desert their home-town shearers,
there are good places to get those
locks trimmed locally. Shear Impact
is one, located right above Stucchi's
on South U.
Best
of the Rest
RADIO STATION WCBN
(88.3 FM)
And not WIQB! Got that? In the
age of classic rock ("Remember, it
doesn't have to be old to be a classic
- it just has to be by someone
old"), it's nice to see at least one lo-
cal radio station geared toward people
with full heads of hair (Oops -
sorry, Marc!). It's survived contro-
versy, administrative takeover at-
tempts, and evenvthe compact disc
revolution (so far), and should be
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BEST FILL-IN-THE-
BLANK Bursely
Community Volunteer
Program
The first successful ballot-stuff-
ing since a local copy shop Xeroxed
off scores of ballots and sent them
in. A hint to future stuffers: at least
fill in some other entries - it's too
obvious otherwise.
The Worst of
Ann Arbor
MOST UNSIGHTLY
BUILDING The
Undergraduate Library
You'd think the architects had an

evil plot when they built the
"UGLi" Its a little too easy to make
fun of, don't you think? The
salmon-orange LSA building and the
SAB were runners-up, but the
UGLi's got this category wrapped up
for years to come.
WORST PLACE TO
TAKE A FIRST DATE
Fraternity Party
Guys spill beer on girls. Girls
spill beer on guys. And we all know
what happens from there.
WORST DORM FOOD
Meatless Jamnbalaya
Not only dothey serve it 'fresh',
but it is often served re-heated. (You
think they'd learn after the first time)
What is jambalaya, anyway? Spelled

backwards, it's Ayalabmaj. More
appetizing?

When informed of this winner,
Daily Editor-in-Chief, resident
gourmand, and former East Quaddie
could only say, "I believe it - it's
terrible. For two years I suffered and
agonized. I never thought anyone
could ruin grilled cheese!"

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WORST THING ABOUT
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At press time, it was snowing,
sunny, sleeting, and sunny. Ah,
April. Is there any method to this
madness? Parking was a close sec-
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Try a wide array of ice cream or frozen yogurt (its hard to tell the
difference between the two) at Stucchis.

Uncover exotic mideastern cuisine for the right price at
Jerusalem Garden.

ATTENTION:
The last publication date of
The Michigan Daily will be
Wednesday, April 19tht
The Michigan Daily wishes you
a safe and happy summer!

At North Brothers , your
degree is worth a lot. If you've
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between October 1,1988 anc Janu-
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WEEKEND/ APRIL 14, 1989

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