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April 18, 1986 - Image 26

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"'This wias the jirsi conicert 1 shot for the Daily, so I w~as a little luck" tor get a
dcenVt shot. The hlights at ('ris/er w'ere ciiwills chliaig, the' handl(/was inprecdic-
table, and1( the' wild crow(/ ma(/cfor cdifficult shooting. But the show tvoas exciting;
I thought it was a great concert, even thougih I 'm not really cifun of1' Motley
( rie." - Jae Kim

"N hen ! look this photo, t knew it was goow. So
Illustrated photographer Tony Tomsic. His a/most id/enti
geared in S. I. on A larch 17, hut as is expected
photoeraphers. mine was hetter. '' - Sel

14 bile vacauionurng with fmy family in F/orida last Spring Break, I decided that I needed to venture out on n row~n.I1 was afirst-timeviitor to Ft. Lauderdale's infamuous ('andy Store. It was quite a trip."
- Andi Schreiber I m


"I went' to the Nationa/ High School
Cheerleading C~hampionships expecting to see
shrieking girls bouncingaround the Trac'k an-
d Tennis Building. Instead, I found very
young, graceful girls, like this Fenton Tiger,
dedicated to the serious sport of
cheerleading. " -John Munson

"During the week before the Ohio State game, I spent two afternoons talking to, and photographing this sca/per.
He interested nme because he seemed to be doing the best of all the scalpers. I wanted to show" hoer well he wras doing
by setting him against the Union as if he were a king in front of his castle. Catching the right expression was a
probleni, because he liked to be a hami in front of the camera. But on the last franme, I caught the expression that 1
thought was hit." - Matt Petrie

"An emotional and important event like the commemoration of Dr. Martin Luther King's birthday deserves more
than a standard imiarching-dom-the-street shot. I think both the tragedy of Dr. King 's prenmature death, and the
determination to carry on is idea/s are represented in this photograph. " - Dan Habib

14 Weekend-April 18, 1986t

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