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Issue to Rally About
Best: Pro-choice
Worst: Abortion
The only issue to rally about
apparently. This must mean
something about the zone of
reproductive freedom but darned
if I can figure it out.
Speaker/Lecturer
Best: Dick Vitale
Worst: Steven Cokely
Strange how a dull-witted sports
commentator would earn more
popularity on campus than the
accused fired anti-Jewish aide to
ex-Chicago mayor Eugene
Sawyer...
Presidential Decision
Best: Panama Invasion
Worst: Suspending
Todd Copeland
President Duderstadt's official
role in the Panama invasion
remains cloudy, and no
investigation is as yet underway.
Rest assured, however, that you'll
read about it first in the Daily. In
an unrelated note, Todd
Copeland was spotted in newsreel
footage kicking furniture around
the papal nunciate in Panama
City.
Building
Best: New Chem &
Law Quad (tie)
Worst: Natural Science
What could people possibly not
like about a 100* auditorium with
deskless wooden chairs and a half
candlepower of light? It's a good
thing the new chemistry building
won. After three of twenty years
in the making the U' (or is it Mr.

DAVID LUBUNERJ~aily
The thrill of victory and quickly turned into the thrill of
defeat for Sean Higgins and Steve Fisher when they were
named the reasons for the basketball team's poor NGAA
performance this year.

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Ugliest building:
Undergraduate Library
The question was a give-away.
They don't name buildings
"UGLi" for nothing. But we
hoped for a little more
imagination from our readers:
especially those who listed
"UG Li" for each Worst Of
category...
There was also some confusion.
For those who anwered "ROTC:"
The category was Ugliest,
Building, not Ugliest Institution
Worst place to take a first
date:
Rick's (See Best Bar).
You name it, they named it.
(Sounds like we should just
cancel the first date altogether.)
Frat parties came in second.) So
do all those who frequent bars
and frats have something to hide
from their dates? C'mon, they're
going to find out sooner or later...
Worst dorm meal:
East Quad
Turnout was key as dorm
cafeteria loyalty runs fierce. But if
the different dorm factions were
split, there some most maligned
meals: mac 'n cheese and pizza
topping the list of untotable
potables.

Worst thing about Ann
Arbor:
The Weather
Wind. Rain. Snow. Cold. Would
warmer weather make more sickly
students stand up straighter? But
wouldn't it suck to suffer through
all this without being able to
blame it all on God? Parking (also
God's fault) came in a distant
second.
Fill-in-the-blank:
ughhh!
But most people couldn't think of
anything. It's a good thing we
don't have to think for ourselves
in our classes...
Best Worst-Of Response:
Ugliest Building:
Everywhere
Worst Date: Anywhere
Worst dorm meal: All
Worst thing about Ann
Arbor: activism
Fill in the Blank: No
smiles anywhere
That's the spirit.
by Philip Cohen

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JO"JUA'-Z('i"y

Dick Vitale was the favorite speaker of our readers this year.
Get out the ketchup and mustard baby, it's show time!

Dow) deserves something nice for
its money.
Dorm:
Best: West Quad
Worst: Markley
Best dorm food - an oxymoron
to rival Army Intelligence or
President Bush. But seriously, the
whole Best of Ann Arbor poll is
cast with a shadow of doubt when
the one-entr6 dining of West

Quad manages a win over the
veritable neon and gourmet.
dining cornucopia 100 yards away
on the other side of E. Madison.
And Markley comes out the big
loser? Possibly more of a
reflection on the building as a
whole than just its cafeteria?
by Miguel Cruz
and Alex Gordon

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