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10- The Michigan Daily - SPORTSMonday - April 3, 1995
PAID ADVERTISEMENT

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Oh yes, your eyes don't deceive you, the calendar doesn't lie. It's finally getting warm outside, you have exchanged your down
coat for a T-shirt. The DIAG is mud free, and the delis have outside seating again. Finally, the school year is almost over.
But before you leave you have to pay the price. Exams and papers can really ruin a beautiful spring day, especially when you
see no light at the end of the job/internship tunnel. But more importantly, you can't go out as much as you want to. The culmination of
the school year usually means the start of "Migraine Headache Month."
That's why I am here, to brighten your day. So if you see me with a bag full of stuff don't be afraid to ask for something cool.
Nine out of ten doctors recommend that cool NIKE stuff leads to improved health and mental stability.
Think that you might be interested in joining the NIKE team? I'll need a replacement beginning Winter Term '96. If you're
interested, please send me your resume along with a cover letter that sets you apart from others, but hurry, the deadline is April 24.
That's all for this month. Good luck on your exams, have a great summer. Go out whenever you feel the urge, you deserve it.

4 Q SOFTBALL at Western Michigan, 3:00 pm

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SOFTBALL home against Univ. of Toledo, 3pm
BASEBALL home against Univ. of Toledo, 3pm
MEN'S TENNIS at Michigan State, 6pm
MEN'S GOLF at Marshall Invitational, WV
MEN'S VOLLEYBALL home against Michigan
State, 7pm

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8 0 SOFTBALL at Univ. of Iowa, 1pm
BASEBALL home against Penn State(DH), 1pm
WOMEN'S GYMNASTICS home for NCAA
Regional Championships
MEN'S GYMNASTICS at NCAA Region, Penn St.
MEN'S TENNIS at Penn State
o MEN'S VOLLEYBALL home against Notre Dame
MEN'S & WOMEN'S RUGBY 12pm, Mitchell fid
MEN'S LACROSSE home against Wheaton, 9pm
o CROSS COUNTRY MEET

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For those of you who like to "Just Do It" you already know how fun the
Intramural Sports Program is at the University of Michigan. For those of you who
haven't participated, get your friends together, it's a great study break.
Congratulations to the IM basketball champions, they are:
Frat A: Sigma Chi Ind A: Whatever Res Hall Men A: 3rd Lewis
Sorority: KKG CoRec A: Pulp Friction Grad/Fac/Staff: Dental Dogs
Women: Beer 5'9" Men A: Sigma Chi
All Intramural champions will now receive a cool NIKE T-shirt, another great
reason to sign up.

What exactly is NIKE
REGRIND? The NIKE chem lab was
looking for a way to reduce solid waste in
the manufacturing process and developed
Regrind. Regrind technology is the recy-
cling of the cured rubber outsole waste
back into new NIKE products, therefore
diverting it froze landfills. Test results
determined that Regrind actually
enhances the physical characteristics of
shoes in four ways:

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WOMEN'S GOLF at Boilermaker Spring Invite
BASEBALL home against Penn State(DH), 1pm
WOMEN'S TENNIS at Wisconsin
SOFTBALL home against Penn State, 3pm
MEN'S TENNIS at Notre Dame

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1) Increased abrasion resistance,
2) Increased durability,
3) Enhanced performance, and
4) Reduced waste in landfills.

1988 Air Jordan@ is the most popular shoe on the planet.
1989 Just Do ItT"' and Bo Knows become firmly entrenched in the American conscious.
NIKE introduces ACG (All Conditions Gear).
1990 David Robinson invites us into "Mr. Robinson's Neighborhood." Meanwhile, the
corporate headquarters moves to the new World Campus in Beaverton.
1991 The Air HuaracheTM running shoe reveals a new direction for the fit of athletic
shoes. Meanwhile, Michael Jordan leads the Bulls to their first NBA
Championship.
1992 NBA Championship #2 for the Bulls and Michael Jordan. NIKE-TOWN opens as
the number one tourist attraction in Chicago.
1993 NIKE enters its third decade. One more makes it three for Michael before he
retires. Barkley wins MVP. NIKE unveils the ninth generation Air Jordan@ shoes.
1994 Chris Webber earns NBA.Rookie of the Year Award. Agassi wins Wimbledon.
1995 Michael Jordan returns to the Chicago Bulls.
NIKE Hummer invades the University of Michigan DIAG.

13 0 BASEBALL home against Eastern Michigan, 3pm
14 0 MEN'S SWIMMING at USS Nationals, MN
15 0 SOFTBALL home against Univ. of Minn., 1pm
WOMEN'S GOLF at Lady Lion Invite, Penn
State
MEN'S TRACK at Kentucky v. IU, S. Illinois
BASEBALL home against Mich. State(DH), 1pm
MEN'S TENNIS home against Ohio State, 2pm
9 WOMEN'S TENNIS home against Illinois, 1pm
WOMEN'S RUGBY, 12 Mitchell Field
16 0 BASEBALL at Michigan State(DH), 1pm
MEN'S TENNIS home against Indiana, 9 am
WOMEN'S TENNIS home against Purdue, 1pm

NIKE demonstrates environmen-
tal commitment by specifying Regrind as
a standard for all NIKE footwear.
Regrind is just one way that NIKE applies
envi-ronmental innovation to all stages of
the product life cycle.
I am happy to announce that
Greek Week 95 collected 25 pairs of ath-
letic shoes that will be used in the
Regrind process. For those of you who
donated shoes, NIKE and the environ-
ment thanks you. Your shoes will help in
the conservation of resources while reduc-
ing landfill waste.

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BASEBALL home against Central Michigan, 3pm
MEN'S SWIMMING at USD Nationals, Texas

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SWOOSH® NOTES

Congratulations to Michigan Basketball player Maurice Taylor, and Hockey Goaltender Marty Turco for capturing
Freshman of the Year awards. The only other Michigan basketball players to earn this honor were Chris Webber and Gary
Grant.
Did you Know. . . The Women's Gymnastics team has won 26 consecutive meets against Big Ten foes. Be sure to check
them out on April 8 for the NCAA Regional Championships in Ann Arbor.
4 * Congratulations to the Michigan Women's Swimming and Diving team for placing second at NCAA's, and coach Jim
Richardson for being named NCAA Swimming Coach of the Year.
In a show of Michigan's swimming power, the Men's Swimming and Diving team won the NCAA team title, while coach
Urbanchek also took home Coach of the Year honors. The swimminmg title was the first team title won by a Michigan
team since basketball in 1989.
A o- Michigan Wrestlers Jehad Hamdan and Chad Biggert earned All-American honors as well as Karen Harvey in track and
field.
Congratulations to Michigan's National Champions, they are: Kevin Sullivan, two titles in track and field; Alecia
Humphrey three titles in swimming; Gustavo Borges, three titles in swimming; and Tom Dolan, three titles in swimming,
including NCAA Swimmer of the Year honors.
The NIKE Street Hockey line will be out July 1. This collection features rugged Street Hockey shoes as well as NHL appar-

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21 0 WOMEN'S GYMNASTICS at NCAA National
Championships, Athens, GA
MEN'S GYMNASTICS at NCAA
Championships, Ohio State
G WOMEN'S WATER POLO home for Midwest
Regionals
22 ( MEN'S & WOMEN'S TRACK at Oregon v.
Nebraska & Washington State
G MEN'S RUGBY, 12pm, Mitchell Pield
WOMEN'S WATER POLO home for Midwest
Regionals
23 0 BASEBALL home against Siena Heights, 1pm
o WOMEN'S WATER POLO home for Midwest
Regionals
27 0 MEN'S & WOMEN'S TRACK at Penn Relays
MEN'S & WOMEN'S TENNIS at Big Ten
Championships

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28 0 MEN'S GOLF at Kent Invitational
29 0 SOFTBALL home against Northwestern, 1pm
WOMEN'S GOLF at Lady Buckeye Invitational

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