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Page 2-The Michigan Daily-Wednesday, November 7, 1990

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Strike a pose!
Club MTV dancer Raul Puig pumps up the crowd to the freshest beat last night at the Union.
Club MTV dancers get
it up at Union ballroom

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by Jennifer Hiri
and Tami Pollak
Daily Staff Reporters
"Get up, get up, get busy! Get
up and move that body!"
That's just what University stu-
dents did last night when the Club
MTV dancers brought their
Palladium dance show to the Union
Ballroom.
The Union Ballroom was trans-
formed into a pulsating, New York-
style'dance club, with a video-wall
screen, dancing platforms, and
flashing neon lights. More than
400 students attended the party
squeezed into black spandex, tight
jeans, halter tops, and micro-mini
skirts.
While six club MTV dancers
pumped up the crowd with dance
routines on center stage, the MTV
Casting Director, Frank Villanueva
remained in back of the ballroom
judging a dance contest. Club MTV
selected the two funkiest dancers to
fly to New York to appear on Club

MTV.
The first 230 students who
wanted to compete in the contest
were given numbers to pin onto
their backs. In pairs, the student had
under a minute to impress the judge
with their finest dance moves.
Because of a lack of time,
Villanueva watched only 170 out
of 230 and then selected ten semi-
finalists.
Villanueva was looking for stu-
dents who didn't hold themselves
back and performed with self confi-
dence.
"They shouldn't be worried
about people watching them and
trying to impress other people, but
just try to impress themselves,"
Villanueva said.
The two winners, LSA junior
Liz Follas and LSA senior Reginald
Humprey, attended the Club MTV
with high hopes of winning the
competition.
"I like dancing because it is the
only thing I feel passionate about.

This is a dream come true. This is a,
chance to be in the public eye. I
don't know if it this is a break-
through or not, but it feels like it
is. I love MTV!" Follas said.
"I'm happy. This is something I
wanted to do, and New York is
some place I want to be. I just want
to be a performer, and I want to be
famous," Humphrey said.
The evening was equally excit-
ing and thrilling for the Club MTV
dancers.
"When the crowd's dead, I die
down. I was hot the entire night. I
was up, and I had a really good
time!" MTV dancer Raul Puig said.
"This is the ultimate thing (the col-
lege tour), everyone in the Club
would give their right arm to do it."
While the competition attracted
many of the students, others at-t
tended for pure fun and to relieve4
stress.
"It's not so serious. We're not
having sex up there. We're just
having fun. It's legal body talk,"
LSA senior Marta Stefanial said.

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ENGLER
Continued from page 1
"This is a real victory for the
axpayers tonight. I'm ready to go to
work," said Engler early on in the
evening.
"It's going to mean that the bud-
get problem is going to be dealt
with. The longer you let that go, the
worse it's going to be," said Peter
Ellsworth, Engler campaign legal
cousel.
The election gave hope to party
officials for the future of the Repub-
lican party. "The message is people
are tired of high taxes. The conserva-
tive movement is still alive in
Michigan," said Jim Dunn, former
U.S. Congressperson.
"They (voters) are sending a mes-
sage that Engler's 20 percent prop-
erty tax cut is the issue of the cam-
paign," said John Norton, Assistant
Communications Director for the
Republican party.
Some thought that Blanchard's
advertising campaign hurt him.
"There is a certain political malaise
that has set in due to the negative
advertisement. They were bombarded
by it down there in Detroit," said
Republican Brooks Patterson, former
Oakland County Prosecuter.
Blanchard campaign supporters
were shocked at the closeness of the
numbers. "I never thought it would
be this close. I don't know where
they're getting these numbers from,"
said Leroy Bennie
Daily staffers Chris Afendulis and
Bethany Robertson contributed to
this report.
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Continued from page 1
kind of anticipated it, but it's a
slight disappointment," said Sherri
Goushaw, vice president of College
Republicans at Oakland University.
Now that the election is over,
Schuette plans to stay in public
service. "My service to Michigan is
not done... There are going to be
doors opening. I'm going to be

involved in public service in one
way or another," Schuette said. 4
Schuette expressed his gratitude
to campaign workers for their effort
in his senatorial bid. He closed h'
concession speech by thanking hiT
workers. "Thank you for giving me
the most challenging and rewarding
experience I have ever had," he said.
Daily staffers Nicole James and Jay
Garcia contributed to this report.

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