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September 15, 1994 - Image 19

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The Michigan Daily - Weekend etc. - Thursday, September 15, 1994-9

Play with the Little Rascals

The Scavenger
Hunt Gamne
Here's How to Play:
1) Get all your housemates to-
gether and pick someone to be the
game master. You can all have fun
together by cutting out the rascals and
eating pizza!
2) Divide up into teams, or have
each person play with themselves.
3) Make a list of all the rascals.
4) The master goes around the
house, apartment, car, or industrial
lot hiding the rascals.
5)GOFINDTHEM!Theone who
finds the most rascals wins!

This is a scene from Whit Stillman's sophomore effort,
'Barcelona."Whit is known for good dialogue, but can you do
better? Just write the most profound or comical thing you can
come up with for these people to say, and turn it in to be eligible
for a cool prize (Admittedly, the thing that makes it really cool is
the fact that it is free, but hey! Where else at this University can
you get something for free?)
Turn in entry to the box in the Daily Arts office, 420 Maynard.
Daily employees ineligible. Entries must be received by noon,
Friday, September 23.


"Simplify simplify."
Henry David Thoreau
"Hey, that's not a bad idea'


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