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October 21, 1987 - Image 15

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The Michigan Daily, 1987-10-21

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glume 2 Issue 1 Fall 1987

carnal cartoonist at George Washington U;
edieval marauders at U of Maryland; fortune-
eking filmmakers succeeding in Florida; a future
ega-model from U of Kansas; dragons being
estroyed at Cornell; passionate tv producers at U
f Miami and Stanford; a calendar star hits the law
ooks at U of Virginia.
e searched the nation's playing fields and found
ome of the brightest, most talented, all-out
nergized student athletes in America.
he was on her way to the top of the ballet world,
intil an injury destroyed her career. But Catharine
Elark, a junior at U of Pennsylvania, refused to give
ap on dance. And dance refused to give up on her.
3uitarist Dweezil Zappa; "Less Than Zero" star Jami
3ertz; "Angel Heart" director Alan Parker.
Caught on campus; coming attractions.
COVER: Photo of Daiva Chesonis by R.J. Capak.
Clothes by Lee: frosted rider jacket, frosted indigo
color, $52; classic five pocket frosted rider jeans,
frosted indigo color, 100% cotton heavyweight
denim, $40.

Hot Guitarist Dweezil Zappa

(P. 13) Northeastern U Bobsledder Scott Pladel

(P. 8)

Feudal Warfare at U of Maryland

Last year's U of Florida calendar girl is this year's law student
Enil 10 17

Panache 3

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