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Thai: Pad Thai, Gang Gal, Gang Pa, Tofu with Cashews, Pad Pak
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Well, the results are in. Much like the MTv Top 20, there are few surprises. Best bagels?
The Bagel Factory. Unbelievable? Believe it. Despite the wide field of specialty bagel
establishments in town, this place manages to clinch the title for yet another year. Same
thing for the only cookie place, the only coffee shop, and the only Deli students have ever
heard of. But read on...

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Lunch Plates: $3.25
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LAHVASHED
AFTER
GRADUATION"
$5.00 OFF
Lah vash Party Trays
It is a house creation
combining softened
sesame cracker bread
layered with assorted
deli meats, cheeses
and garden fresh
vegetables. Then
rolled to perfection
(jelly roll style) and
sliced for sandwiches
or hors D'oeuvre size
servings.
*8 Person minimum for
Lavash Party Tray Order
ExpreL~ay31,1990
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Corner of AA Saline Rd
and South Main 668-6603
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Small yogurt
with the
purchase of
a Lahvash
Sandwich and
regular Coke.
Expires June 30, 1990

Best Burger:
Krazy Jim's Blmpy
Burger
You'll come for the grease - you'll
stay for the comfortable formica
bus seats, down home 140 decibel
hospitality, and complimentary
water (1 serving only, please).
Eight years in a row now, Krazy
Jim (Duderstadt? Nabors?
Nasium?) has topped this
prestigious category.
Best Pizza:
Cottage Inn
They deliver in"40 minutes or
less, and we'll take our pizza 10

minutes later in order not to give
our money to that evil do-no-
gooder Tom Monaghan, thank
you very much. If you have
dentures, watch out for the
sesame seeds on the Sicilian style.
Best Hot Dog:
Red Hot Lovers
Barely edging out "the pet shop
at Briarwood," Red Hots, with
America's favorite phallic
delicacy, takes this category again.
But beware! The baskets no
longer include cole slaw. It's now
250 extra.

basketball player's - but wait
until he hits the water.
This year, no one at Michigan
even came close to equaling
Barrowman's accomplishments.
Saddest story:
The Michigan Baseball
Team.
A once proud program was
brought to its knees by the ill-
conceived entrepreneurship of
former baseball coach, Bud
Middaugh. Embezzlement
charges against Middaugh were
recently thrown out in court and
while he may be feel free of guilt,
Middaugh's mistakes are became
apparent after he was forced to-
resign.
Due to Middaugh's scheming,
the baseball program became the
first team in Michigan history to
be placed on probation. A two
year punishment was imposed on
team after numerous
unscrupulous activities involving
Middaugh were uncovered.
Farewell:
To the Michigan
I Basketball Seniors
During their stay at Michigan,
Loy Vaught, Terry Mills, Mike
Griffin and Rumeal Robinson
brought Michigan a national
championship and three of the
finest years in Michigan
basketball history. Even though
this year did not meet
expectations, as Steve Fisher put
it: "They scored a lot of points,
won a lot of games and meant a
lot to this program. They're going
to be missed on and off the floor.
They were terrific representatives
of Michigan, period. They will be
great role models and bench
marks for what a Michigan
student athlete is like."
Bonehead move:
Sean Higgins
No comment here. Just a
simple question: Why???
Note: Hey Sean, read Fisher's
comment above. It might help.
Gone, But Not Forgotten:
Tom Harmon
The name might not mean to
much to current Michigan
students, but Tom Harmon, who
passed away this March, was the
greatest athlete to ever wear a
Michigan uniform. Period.
Harmon, known as "Old 98" in
referencento his permanently
retired number, ranks as one of
the greatest all-around players in
the history of college football. He
is Michigan's only Heisman
trophy winner. Harmon played

from 1938-40. Harmon would
run, throw, play defense, punt
and even kick field goals. He was
truly special.
The name will live on.
Gone, and Surely
Forgotten:
Joyce Davis
Former volleyball coach Joyce
Davis resigned after compiling
consecutive 1-17 Big Ten
seasons. Davis was completely
out of tune with the current state
of volleyball in the Big Ten. She
could not coach on a Big Ten
level, her assistant coach later
admitted, saying when Davis was
originally hired, the job
qualification was more of a
"babysitter" than coach.
Her players might have kept
curfew, but they surely couldn't
figure out how to win. We hope,
the new coach, Acc Coach of the
Year Peggy Bradley-Doppes, will
bring the volleyball program
future prestige as the women's
basketball team has done this
year.
Most Inept Decision:
The NCAA*Hockey
Committee
There are ways to justify their
decision, but in Michigan coach
Red Berenson's words, "We were
shafted." The Wolverines,
despite defeating Bowling Green
in the consolation game of the
ccHA championships - which in
the past has decided who went to
the post season party - were
overlooked in favor of Bowling
Green. The decision put a

damper on the Wolverines season
which included a second
consecutive Great Lakes
Invitational Championship and
their first ever trip to Joe Louis
Arena for the conference finals.
Best Promotion That Never
Was:
Greek Night
This year, every game at Yost
Ice Arena had some type of
promotion tied to it. There was
rowdy rag night, Christmas at
Yost, Poster night - you get the
idea. The best promotion though
could have been Greek night.
The PA announcer would say:
"Attention Michigan hockey fans.
Next week's games at Yost Ice
Arena are fraternity and sorority
nights. Show up at the door with
broken glass from your house
windows and receive two dollars
off the cost of regular admission.
Bring the brick that broke the
window and receive an extra 50
cents off. If that brick is
determined to have Todd
Copeland's finger prints on it, you
could be eligible for a trip for two
to the Stanley Cup Finals."
Best Feud:
Red Berenson and
Frank Anzalone
After a game which they left
exchanging unpleasantries at each
other, Berenson said of Laker
coach Frank Anzalone, "We all try
to recruit good hockey players
and you get some coaches who go
out and teach their kids how to
nullify the good hockey."
Anzalone at the time was just as

unkind to Berenson. Two months
later though, Anzalone retaliated
again saying of Red's comment,
"I think Red is full of crap. I
think that's bush. I think Red's
bush."

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Spicy Tofu
Maki Sushi

Spicy Squid
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Spicy Pork
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Red Hot Lovers specializes in almost anything greasy.
Pictured here some of their famous cheese fries.

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