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The nihilist spirit rides again:
"No guns, no cops, no code, no god,
no state, no future." We liked the
anti-Playboy demonstrators' chant
best ("It's not funny. We're not
bunnies"), but we don't seem to
count for much around here. So
anti-deputization it is. Everyone
seems to either love or hate this one,
since it managed to win the prize for
both best and worst slogan. Hey,
hey, ho ho, contradictory results
have got to go.
Best Speaker/Lecturer
in Past Year
Best-dressed Professor
Drew Westen
Yeah, Drew Westen snatched up
these, too. Kind of makes you want
to upchuck, doesn't it?
Worst Speaker/Lecturer
in Past Year
Coleman Young
As one voter put it, this category
should actually be Worst Non-
Speaker/Lecturer: "in December
'the honorable' Mayor Coleman
Young of Detroit was a no-show.
Maybe he had to stay back at
Manoogian Mansion to count
krugerands, but his lack of
appearance was a real lack of class."

Best-dressed Campus
Figure,
orst-dressed Campus
Figure
Shakey Jake
It kind of depends on whether cr
not you like mismatched clothing,
doesn't it? We guess students just
wanted him to win something.
Worst Roommate
"Mine"
"Mine" received three votes,
followed by Corey Dolgon and
Jennifer Van Valey, who each
chalked up two. Then there was a
17-way tie for third. The losers
were:
Sharon Bajwa, John "Boudie"
Bouchrean, Judy B., Jon Buckheit,
Charles Cochrane, Mike
Copperman, James Duderstadt,
Mike Florin, Freddy Kruger, Todd
Ochoa, Gil Padula, Tony Phillips,
Ron Rosenthal, Jim Samra, Val
Swanson, Megan Wilkins, Julie
Worst; also, "any religious guy" and
one who "tries to pick up your
girlfriend."
Best Dorm
West Quad
Fact From last year back to time
immemorial, East Quad had a death
grip on the "Best Dorm" award.

Fact In 1990, your favorite
Weekend columnist, Jonathan
Chait, enrolled at the University and
lived in West Quad.
Fact: In 1990-91, West Quad
won "Best Dorm."
Draw your own conclusions.
Worst Dorm
Markley
Markleygras just can't
compensate for the long daily walks
to class and intense social
competition. The north campus of
central campus.
Ugliest Building
UGti
Perhaps this was a pointed
question. Nevertheless, we
expected the public to be a bit more
original - like the person who
wrote in "Whatever building Jamie
Green happens to be passing by."
Best Computing Center
Worst Computing
Center
Angell Hall
As the Best Computer Center on
campus, the holy Angell is a place
with tons of computers, helpful
assistants, and a wonderfully
glorious work environment.
As the worst computing center, a
place with long lines to get a
terminal and even longer printer
cues, with staff who practically strip-
search you for food, we have a real
devil of a computer center, it is
commonly referred to as "Angell
Hell."
The only difference between
them is the amount of time you've
spent there.
Best Lecture Hall
1800 Chem

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told in this lively documentary. Weng a
homosexual drug user who accidently shoots his
wife, he seems to have enough misery for
inspiration.
(Howard Brookner, 1984)
MLB 47:00, 8:30, 10:00
Animal Crackers
Groucho struts his way through the hilarious
"Hooray for Captain Spaulding" while the other
Marx brothers are up to their usual antics.
(Victor Heerman, 1930)
Aud A 7:00
Duck Soup
The Marx masterpiece. In this one, the zany
brothers converge on the nation of Freedonia to
wreak more havoc than is already going on. Throw
in some great sight gags, the usual one-liners and
you've got a belly-buster.
(Leo McCarey, 1933)
Aud A 8:45

Monkey Business
Before Gary Hart and Donna Rice did their little
romp, the Marx brothers do theirs when they stow-
away on a cruise and cause trouble. Depression
jokes still carry a punch.
(Norman McLeod, 1931)
Aud A 10:10
S A T U R D A Y
Another Evening of Surreal Animation
A potpourri of animated shorts, from early 20th
Century Fox features to the Fleischer's features to
Tom and Jerry. Selections from the collection of
local 'toon buff Steve Stanchfeld.
(Various Directors)
MLB4 7:30 & 9:00
The Lavender Hill Mob
One of the great movie stories. Alec Guinness
plays the laid-back bank employee who comes up
with the full-proof scheme to knock off a gold
shipment Great comedy and performances, and

look for young Audrey Hepburn in a bit part.
(Charles Crichton, 1951)
AudA 7.00&10:10
Father Brown, Detective
Alec Guinness plays the fidgety priest with a
passion for solving crimes. When church artworks
are stolen, God calls on him to solve the
whodunnit.
(Robert Hamer, 1954)
Aud A 8:30
S U N D A Y
The Godfather, Part II
In many ways, this film is better than Part I.
Michael Corleone (Al Pacino) ascends to the
Corleone throne in Lake Tahoe to rule the growing
crime empire with a callous and cruel fist in
between flashbacks to the early life of Don Vito
(Robert DeNiro), trying to grab power in the mean
streets of Little Italy.
(Francis Ford Coppola, 1974)

Japane
actic
directe
Glenn
break
little hE
sadis

FR I DA Y(4/19)
Burroughs
The story of American author William.Burroughs is

BRIAN CANTONUlWeekend

Ugly, or just UGLi?
Air conditioning, tables, padded
swivel chairs - it's such a tease.
The one class you might have in
this building only makes you
miserable in the other halls,
especially...
Worst Lecture Hall
Nat Sci Aud
So hot, the professors sometimes
fall asleep. University studies have
demonstrated that classes held in
Nat Sci have skip rates of over 34
percent.
Best of the

Best Fraternity
With
Zeta Psi

to Party

Best Bathroom
New Chem Building
Apparently the voters
appreciated the spanking new,
sterile facilities, and were
undeterred by a lack of quality
graffiti.
Worst Bathroom
MLB first floor
This floor's labatories received
the frustration vote from students
sick of waiting in lines. Mason Hall
also received votes, with nauseating
graffiti specifically mentioned.
Rest
Best Secret Society
Knights Templar
This group came very close to
derecognition last year when
disgruntled MSA reps accused them
of, among other things, spitting and
urinating on the cross, committing
unlicensed sodomy, and
worshipping a severed head called
"Baphomet." The rise of the
Conservative Coalition, however,
allowed them to escape this fate,
even though club president Jack D.
Moley was burned at the stake in
the middle of the Diag. There is
absolutely no truth to the rumor that
they plan to assassinate George
Bush at commencement.
Best Co-op
Joint House

Graduation means
goodbye-to spring breaks
summers oIIfc
And IBM student prices.

Best Sorority to Party
With
Pi Beta Phi

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