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February 13, 1992 - Image 16

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Photos by Kristoffer Gillette

1. Robert Jackson, a
senior, double-
majoring in philosophy
and English, pumps
iron in the CCRB as
part of his regular
workout.

2. Jennifer Gallant, a
first-year psychology
major (left), and Brad
Rosenberg, a junior
biology major (right),
pound out the fun-
filled minutes on
Stairmaster earlier
this week. To ease
the monotony,
Jennifer listens to her
portable stereo while
Brad reads the paper.

3. William Stinhoff, a
retired professor of
English, perfects the
form of his golf swing
at the CCRB. Stinhoff
works out three to
four times a week He
uses a weighted rod
for strengthening and
watches himself
carefully in the mirror
for any flaws in his
technique. Stinhoff
also plays racquetball
and makes full use of

4. Kathy Quinn, of Ann
Arbor, takes a break
from work to train for
a triathlon. She
considers swimming
her weakest stage.

5. Jim Curtis warms
up and cools down
after every workout
with a regimen of
stretching and, as
seen here,
handstands. Jim
enjoys running,
swimming, and biking,
in addition to using
almost all of the
University's facilities,
which he considers
"great, compared to
the days when al tm,

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