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Buying an IBM PS/2
before December 31

by
Jeff
Sheran

can help you go places.
Places lie these
for only $1,49, round-trip.

Loy Vaught played basketball
at Michigan because it was the
only big school that recruited'
him. He played in the shadow of
Terry Mills, the Wolverines'
prized recruit.
So it is only fitting that after
emerging into the collegiate

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his show.
But this is not your average
story of an instant millionaire
engaging in a life of hedonism.
Vaught always conducted
himself with class, and he
continues to do so after signing a
four-year, $4.1 million dollar
contract with the Clippers.
He did not relate his new
lifestyle with arrogance and
pretense. Instead, he spoke like a
wide-eyed kid who got rewarded
for his hard work.
"All my years I thought I was
relatively unknown," Vaught
explained. "Going to the draft in
New York in itself was a big
thrill. Then when I got drafted, it
was pure happiness."
Vaught has averaged eight
points in 20 minutes per game as a
forward for a Los Angeles club
that is flooded with superb college
talent, but has yet to crack the
group of elite Western teams.
"To play in May - that's our
slogan," Vaught said. "We have
the personnel, so we just have to
put ou- nose to the grinds -one and
work hard."
But whether the Clippers
contend for the NBA title or
remain in the Western cellar,
Vaught will enjoy his new job.
"Okay, there are 24 hours in a
day," Vaught explained excitedly.
"A practice or a game takes about
two hours. That gives you 22
hours every day to do whatever
you want.
"The job itself is pretty easy,"
Vaught added. "I'm just thrilled
to be where I am."
It's a safe bet to say that a lot
of people are thrilled for him as
well.

Since the moment the
Milwaukee Bucks drafted him
with the 16th pick overall, Terry
Mills has been the subject of trade
talks. Even now, as the NBA
season is underway, Mills
remains at his Romulus, Mich.,
home talking with the Denver
Nuggets about his future in
basketball.
Milwaukee sent Mills to the
Nuggets immediately after the
draft, in return for Danny
Schayes. Denver reportedly
offered Mills $600,000 per year, a
figure Mills rejected.
Instead, the 6-foot-10 forward
opted to sign a two-year, $2.4
million contract with the Paouk

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limelight, Vaught should
establish himself in a city where
the limelight shines the brightest
- Los Angeles.
Vaught elevated his game ad
infinitum at Michigan, and now
it seems that as the thirteenth
pick overall by the Clippers, he
has elevated his social status as
well.
He lives in a waterfront
condominium in Marina Del Rev
and frequents the L.A. club scene
with Eddie Murphy and Mickey
Rourke. Noted Clipper fan
Arsenio Hall is also included
among Vaught's new friends, and
he may soon interview Vaught on

And plenty of other places, too. Purchase an IBM Personal System/2®
before the end of the year.* You receive:
*TWA® Certificate good for a round-trip ticket for $149
off-peak and $249 peak season**
eFree TWA Getaway@Student Discount Card
Use your TWA Certificate to travel to any TWA destination in
the continental U.S. or Puerto Rico. Climb the Rockies. Sail off Cape
Cod. Surf the Pacific. Or tan in the Keys.
Keep on going places for less. Apply for a free TWA Getaway

Discount Card to receive a 10% discount on future TWA travel. TWA
has waived the annual application fee.
So buy an IBM PS/2® before
December 31,1990... And start
going places with a PS/2. "'

FASTBREAK TO PRIME
to reserve your fall 1991
apartment.
* Deposits being taken now for A.A.'s
PRIME LOCATIONS
PRIME STUDENT
HOUSING x610 Church 761"8000

For more information please contact your local
IBM Collegiate representative at (313) 663-0330

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'This offer is available only to qualified students, fac'ulty, staff and institutions that purchase IBM Selected Academic Solutions through participating campus locations from August 1 through December 31, 1990. Orders are subject to availability.
Prices are subject to change and IBM may withdraw the offer at any time without written notice "Valid for any TWA destination in the continental U.S. or Puerto Rico for travel September 16, 1990, through December 19, 1991, at the following
round-trip airfares: $149.00 round-trip for travel from September 16, 1990, through June 14, 1991, and September 16, 1991, through December 19, 1991. $249.00 round-trip for travel June 15, 1991, through September15, 1991. Seats are limited.
Fare is non-refundable. 14 day advance purchase, blackout dates and certain other restrictions apply Complete details will be shown on certificate. Applicants for the discount card must be full-time students between the ages of 16-26. IlBM,
Personal System/2 and PS/2 are registered trademarks of International Business Machines Corporation.TWA is a registered service mark of Trans World Airlines, Inc. TWA Getaway is a registered trademark of Trans World Airlines, Inc. PRODIGY
is a registered service mark and trademark of Prodigy Services Company, a partnership of IBM and Sears. Hayes is a registered trademark of Hayes Microcomputer Products, Inc.
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