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MARCH 29-- APRIL 2, 1994
DAYTONA 100 Speed and Agility "Grand Prix"-style Race
$10,000 cash & prizes (1st - 4th place)
Time trials for the Daytona 100 will be held March 30 and 31
$20 per person; $80 per team. Activities will take place on the beach between
Hojo Plaza and the ocean. All events open to the public.
/. 4YYL, If Daytona Beach is where you're going for Spring Break,
don't miss the "Daytona 100 Blade Brigade!" ESPN
Information/Application 1-800-289-6410 TY

Ina Polluestion
Is entertainment
so violent that it
should be regulated?
- - --Call and tell us what you think
What was the worst movie of 1993?

U. Photo Contest:
Win $1,000 Cash!.

Hundreds of nominations were received,
including Jurassic Park and Indecent
Proposal. On the Dishonorable Mention list,
U. readers named Coneheads, Flesh and
Bone, Hard Target, Leprechaun, Loaded
Weapon , The Crush, Beverly Hillbillies, Fire
in the Sky and Clifthanger.
Top Vote-Getters:
1. Sliver
2. WeekendatBernie's H
3. LastAction Hero
4. Robin Hood: Men in Tights
5. The Crying Came
"The worst movie of 1993 is easily
Rudy. University of Notre Dame is
so overexposed as it is and now they
have a movie on a guy who played
like a total of two minutes of college
football. Come on, give me a break."
Owen Philibert, junior, U. of
"The worst movie of 1993 would
have to be Guilty As Sin starring
Don Johnson. There was no plot to
this movie, there was no action,
there was no suspense. It was totally

boring. I fell asleep halfway through
it. It was not worth the money."
Heather DeBold, sophomore,
Kent State U.
"By far the worst movie has to be
Mel Brooks' Robin Hood: Men In
Tights. That movie was just the most
awful thing ever created. I saw it for
99 cents and it's the only time I've
ever wanted 99 cents back." Beau
Johnson, sophomore, U. of
"My vote for the year's worst film
would have to be Rising Sun. It
turned out to be nothing more than
a oring, overblown, sleazy piece of
trash that was anti-Japanese and
totally misogynistic." Thomas A.
Trinchera, senior, State U. of
New York, Buffalo
"The worst movie of 1993 was
Sleepless in Seattle. I mean when
you climh into a lotus you can expect
to have some power behind the
wheel, but with Sleepless in Seattle, it
just kept stalling out." Christopher
Aguilar, U. of Arizona

Jill Coiro, "After too many hours of studying."
U. needs lots of color photos of the faces and facetsof col-
lege life. For every entry published fat least one per issue), we'll
pay you $25 and your name and campus will be credited.
PLUS, we're offering four S1,000 scholarships and runner-up
prizes for the best ones submitted in four categories: Campus
life & Lifestyles, Sports, Entertainment and News/Events (poli-
tics, personalities, demonstrations & events).
Photos can be of anyone or any aativity on or off campus
from the normal to the outrageous, from the serious to the
funny -orientation, lost frosh, moving day, dorm life, political
and pep rallies, bands, spring break, concerts, latest fashions
and fads, funny signs, alternative sports...you name it. For best
resuls, keep the faces in focus and the background as light as
possible. Deadline for entries is March 15, 1994.

Spring break at Pinnacle Port, Fla.
All photos are automatically entered in U.'s College Photo
Contest. U's May 1994 issue will feature a special College Year
in Review section showcasing student photo entries and winners.
Four first-place grand prize winners will receive $1,000 cash
scholarships. Runner-up prizes will also be awarded.
Send your entries on color print or slide film labeled on the
back (gently) with your name, school, address, phone number
(school and permanent) and detailed info. on who, what, why,
when and where the photo was taken. Include names and phone
numbers of the people in the picture, if possible. Entries cannot
be returned and becomethe propertyof U.
Mail entries to U. Magazine Photo Contest, 1800 Century
Park East, Suite 820, Los Angeles, CA9006t-1511.

MARCH 1994

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