May 2019 I Spy
by Sally Bjork
From the June, 2019 issue
After several entrants complained that April's I Spy was too easy, the pendulum swung the other way in May. With the clue "inside, looking out" coupled with an image featuring abstracted elements of a structure, we received not one correct guess. "The visibility of the Fake Ad in this issue makes up for the obscureness of the I Spy!" comments Tom Jameson. "You completely stumped me," this month, writes Dan Romanchik, "and my wife, Silvia Ruiz."
The perforated metal in the abstract photo is part of the parking structure at the U-M's Ross Business School, silhouetted against one of the distinctive walls of Ross' newest building, Blau Hall. The final phase of the business school's expansion and renovation project involved overcladding the existing Sam Wyly Hall and the adjacent Hill Street parking structure to match the newer Blau and Kresge halls.
This month's unclaimed prize will roll over to next month.
To enter this month's contest, use the clue and photo on the June Back Page, and send your guess to the address at the bottom of the page.
[Originally published in June, 2019.]
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