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Page 16 --The Michigan Daily--Weekend etc.-Best of Ann Arbor-April 15,1993

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What follows is a list of "Best of's"
that don't quite fit into any of our other
categories.
Worst Dancing Spot: Nectarine
Ballroom
This club's highlights include a
bunch of bored students crammed onto
a sweaty overheated dance floor and
the worst selection of music this side of
Ypsilanti.
Best Concert in Past Year: Spin
Doctors
Sorry U2, you put on a good show,
but you couldn't come close to the
Doctors, riding high with their "Little
Miss Can't Be Wrong."
Best Radio Station: 89X
Ever since 88.7 expanded theirnight-
time alternative format to 24 hours,
they've served as Detroit's venue for

modem music.

nality.

Best Local Band: The Bartonians
Hey, we've never heard of them
either, but they must be good.
Best Place to go in Altered State:
The Arb
There's plenty of wide open spaces
for people to run around in without
getting hurt. And you can always puke
in the bushes.
Best Place to Meet a Mate: Class
That's right, those big lecture halls
are nothing but meat markets, and best
of all, they rotate every semester.
Best Pick-up Line: (tie) "Want to
watch some TV?" and "Can I get you
a drink?"
The people who voted in this cat-
egory don't earn any points for origi-

Best Rejection Line: (tie)"I have
a boyfriend" and "NO"
The first line is a killer. "NO" is
always short and sweet. The Daily hon-
orable mentions go to"I don'tdate men
with combs in their back pocket"and"I
like your friend better."
Best Place for First Date: (tie)
Amer's and the Arb
Amer's is good for a neutral atmo-
sphere to get to know someone you're
not sure about. On the otherhand, if you
want to jump on your date's bones then
the Arb provides plenty of privacy.
Best Secret Rendezvous: (tie)
Grad Library and the Arb
Thereareplenty oflittlenooks toget
lost in, especially in the geography sec-
tion. The Arb needs no explanation.

Best Date Movie: "Aladdin"
"Thelma and Louise" and "The Si-
lence of the Lambs" made surprisingly
strong showings in this category, but
apparently most voters weren't ready
for that kind of "whole new world" of
dating.
Worst Date Movie: "The Crying
Game"
Gee, we can't imagine why.
Best Late Paper Excuse: Com-
puter broke I Computer error
That's right, blame everything on
those damn machines.
Best Cutting Class Excuse: Nap
There's no more valuable way to
spend your time.
Worst Fad: Bellbottoms
No one but pretentious slaves to

Page 14
Evan Petrie- An Ann Arbor firefighter
takes a breather after putting out a blaze at
the Power Plant.
Josh Deth- Protesters throw snowballs at
Nazi activists during their annual rally at the
Federal Building.
Kris Gillette- Michigan's Chris Webber is
consoled by teammate Leon Derricks after
Michigan's 77-71 loss to North Carolina in
the NCAA finals.
Heather Lowman- LSA Sophomore Tare
Q Rashidi bikes through the Diag.
Page 15.
Sharon Musher- LSA Junior Katherine
Rosman works on a project while the rain
refuses to let up.
Rebecca Margolis-Kids playing in front of
the Tire House, a part of the Hildelberg
Project in Detroit. The abandoned house was
turnded into a sculpture by artist Tyree
Guiton.
Douglas Kanter- The Fab 5 pose for a
group shot on Media Day in November at
Crisler Arena.
Anastasia Banicki- A student gets arrested
during the riots on South University after the
Michigan Men's Basketball team lost to
North Carolina.
Susan Isaak- Kids from Ann Arbor 'Y'
trade rocks and twigs behind the LS&A
building.
Page 16.
Michelle Guy- Katrina getting dressed
backstage at the Nectarine before the Miss
Nectarine Pageant.
Molly Stevens- "The Doctor" performs
during the Jim Rose side show at
Lollapalooza 1992. "The Doctor placed a 7
feet of tubing up his nose and into his
stomach. He then plunged 40 ounces of beer,
some catsup, Maalox and some chocolate
syrup into his stomach. Then they removed it
and drank it.
Peter Matthews- Bird Elementary School
2nd grader is measured against a Bron-
tosaurus leg.
Elizabeth Lippman- Chris Robinson of the
Black Crowes performs in Hill Auditorium.

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