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Arizona Daily Wildcat
Tuesday, November 1, 2005
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UA ranks fifth in Playboy hottest girl list

The UA was ranked No. 5 in Playboy's list of the colleges with the best-looking women.

According to the www.playboy.com article "Where the Babes Are," this is the first time such a list has been published.

Seven judges were polled for their favorite college picks. The "experts" enlisted to create the list included photographers and photo editors who took pictures of college students from all over the country for Playboy's college issues.

The No. 1 school with the hottest girls is the University of Texas, according to playboy.com, followed closely by Arizona State University, which scored the No. 2 position, third UCLA, fourth University of Florida, fifth UA, sixth Florida State University, seventh University of Alabama, eighth University of Colorado, ninth East Carolina University and 10th University of Georgia.

Photos of women from each of the top 10 colleges are featured on the Playboy Web site.

Homecoming events continue on Mall today

The Bobcats senior honorary has organized games on the UA Mall today from noon to 1 p.m. in celebration of Homecoming week.

Games include the One-Foot High Kick, where the object of the game is to kick a ball suspended above you, and then land on the ground with the same foot you used to kick the ball.

The Office Chair Battle, where a circle is drawn on the ground and two contestants must knock the other person out of the circle or off the chair.

And Spin Around the Bat where contestants must press their foreheads against the bat, spin multiple times and then try to do normally mundane activities.

The Bobcats are working closely with members of the Associated Students of the University of Arizona and more than $7,000 in prizes will be awarded throughout this week.



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