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The Michigan Daily - Thursday, March 14, 1996 - 11A

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VOLUME 1, NUMBER 3

MARCH 199

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DOING IT...

SWOOSH NOTES

Bryan Colombo What: Keep on Movin'.
Major: Movement Science in the School of Kinesiology
Kinetic energy is sometimes defined as potential energy. And Bryan
Colombo has great potential. He has been playing lacrosse for eight
years, including his experience at the high school level and now on
Michigan's club lacrosse team. Since the start of serious club competition.
between campuses, the UM club team has dominated, winning seven of
eight tournaments, including the last six. Bryan can proudly say that he's
been part of the last three triumphs as a starter in the defensive middle position.
Along with his crucial field position on the team, Bryan is also the team's secre-
tary in charge of setting up the schedule and travel accommodations. No doubt,
lacrosse provides him with an excellent opportunity to apply and refine the theo-
ries of movement science he's been studying in the classroom. It's also a
great way for him to discover his "kinetic" potential as a championship
athlete.

Ken Griffey, Jr.: Athlete. Family man.
Six-time Gold Glove winner.
y Presidential candidate.
Political heavyweights are lining up behind Ken
Griffey, Jr.'s bid for the White House, announced
in a NIKE commercial during the NBA All-Star
Game. Among the star centerfielder's most
vociferous supporters is James Carville, political
strategist: "The climate is right for change. People don't want some-
one coming out of left field. And they sure don't want someone
who plays too far to the right. Griffey's in the center.
Perfectly positioned". (So what if Griffey's 26 and the
Constitution says you have to be 35 to be President-that's just a
technicality. Be sure to register and vote anyway!) Vote
Ken Griffey, Jr. for President.
Be sure to check out the Vote for Ken Griffey, Jr. for
President HQ on the DIAG every Monday in March. You might
get some cool Griffey campaign materials.
Want to help some kids have fun and get some great resume-build-
ing experience ? NIKE needs your help at its P.L.A.Y. Games
Sports Festival on March 30th in Detroit. Send your name and
phone number to Drew, your NIKE student rep, at the address listed
below.
Greek Week, DIAG Day and NIKE converge on March
22nd. Look for your NIKE student rep on the DIAG and you could
get some cool NIKE stuff.

Chris "Red" Blanchard What: Hot Head.
Major: Civil Engineering
For the past eight years, Red Blanchard has been performing amazing
feats in his chosen athletic pastime. When Red's not in the classroom, he
can be found with his head (topped by fiery red hair) in the clouds and a
mountain of rocks firmly under his feet. Red is an avid rock climber and has
traveled throughout the country conquering various terrains to keep in shape and
have fun. This past summer, he attempted his first major climb, up Mt. McKinley.
During the winter months, he stays fit by participating in many IM sports. Most
recently, his team won the AA football championships. Red's next excursion will
most likely take him to Yosemite National Park. Wherever he goes, though, you
can be certain that nothing is going to get in his way-at least, nothing
he won't do his best to climb.
CAMPUS CORRESPONDENT: RICK KRAUSE, SOPHOMORE

Mia Hamm-
Going for the
gold: One
of the most
danger-
ous players in
the game of soccer, Mia
Hamm, is now preparing with
the U.S. Women's
National Team to avenge
the loss of their world title to Norway
at the 1995 World Championships. This
stormy striker-a lethal threat on
offense and defense-will be the key to
America's aspirations for gold in
Atlanta at this Summer's Olympics.
In her personal time, Mia volunteers with
City Block Soccer, a program that brings
soccer to inner-city kids.

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E\ST LANSING. MI
WOMEN'S SWIMMING/V
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MEN'S TENNIS/V
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BASEBALL/V
AT AGGIE CONTINENTAL
CLASSIC
COLLEGESTATION, TX .
VOLLEYBALL/I
REGULAR SEASON BEGINS
INTRAMURAL SPORTS
BU ILDING,
RACQUETBALL, TABLE TENNIS,
CROSS COUNTRY/I
SCHEDULING BEGINS
INTRAMURAL SPORTS
BUILDING

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MINI-SOCCER/I
INSTANT SCHEDUING
INTRAMURAL SPORTS
BUILDING,
II AM & 5:30PM

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MEN'S
LACROSSE/C
OOSTERBAAN FELD,
8 PM

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MEN'S TENNIS/V
AT BLUE-GREY
TOURNAMENT
MONTGOMERY, AL
MINI-SOCCER/I
REGULAR SEASON
BEGINS
COLISEUM BUILDING

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MEN'S SWIMMING/V
AT NCAA DIVING ZONE MEET
INDIANA UNIVERSITY
MEN'S GYMNASTICS/V
AT PENN STATE, 7:30 PM
MEN'S TENNIS/V
AT BLU (REt 101 RNAIL\T
M15fONTGOMRY.AL
SOFTBALL/V
A1FLORIDA S IT E
L.ADY SEINOLE01
INVIATONAL
BASEBALL/V
AT OKLAHOMA

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WOMEN'S GYMNASTICS/V
VS. BRIGHAM YOUNG
CLIFF KEEN ARENA,
7 PM
HOCKEY/V
AT CCHA CHAMPIONSHIP
CAMPUS SITES,
7:30 PM
MEN'S TENNIS/V
AT BLUE-GREY
TOURNAMENT
MONTGOMERYAL

WOMEN'S SOMBALL/V
AT FLORIDA STATE
LADY SEMINOLE
INVITATIONAL
BASEBALL/V
AT OKLAHOMA
MEN'S LACROSSE/C
OOSTERBAAN FIELD,
8 PM

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WOMEN'S
SOFTBALL/V
AT FLORIDA STATE
LADY SE4ISNOLE INVItTIONAL
BASEBALL/V
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WOMEN'S
TENNIS/V
AT MICHIGAN STATE

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MEN'S TENNIS/V
VS. MINNESOTA
TRACK & TENNIS BUILDING,1 PM
BASEBALL/V
VS. E ST RN MICHIGAN
RAY FISHER STADIUM. 3PM

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WOMEN'S
SWIMMING/V
HOME FOR NCAA
CHAMPIONSHIP
CANHAM NATATORIUM
I/ AM & 7 PM
WRESTLING/V
AT NCAA
CH AMPIONSHIPS
MINNEAPOLIS, MN

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WOMEN'S
SWIMMING/V
HOME FOR NCAA
CHAMPONSHIP
CANHAM NATATORIUM
11 AM & 7 PM
HOCKEY/V
AT NCAA REGIONALS
EAST LANSING, MI.
WOMEN'S
SOFTBALL/V
AT UNIVERSITY OF
TENNESSEE TOURNAMENT

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WOMEN'S
SWIMMING/V
HOME FOR NCAA
CHAMPIONSHIP
CANHAM NATATORIUM
11 AM & 7 PM
BASEBALL/V
Al PURDUE, IPM
MEN'S GYMNASTICS/V
HOME FOR MICHIGAN
INVIThAT/ONAL
CLIFF KEEN ARENA, 7PM
WOMEN'S GYMNASTICS/V
AT PENN STATE, 7:30 PM

WOMEN'S TENNIS/V
VS. NOTRE DAME
TRACK & TENNIS
BUILDING,
TBA
WOMEN'S SOFTBALL/V
AT UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE
TOURNAMENT
RACQUETBALL/I
SINGLES AND DOUBLES
TOURNAMENT
INTRAMURAL
SPORTS BUILDING

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WOMEN'S TENNIS/V
'VS. WISCONSIN
TRACK & T ENNIS BUILDING,
10 AM
WOMEN'S SOFTBALL/V
AT UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE
TO!RNAMENT
BASEBALL/V
AT PURDUE, I PM
RACQUETBALL/I
SINGLES AND DOUBLES
TOU:RNAMENT
INTRAMLRAL SPORTS
BUILDING

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SOFTBALL/V
AT NOTRE DAME, 2 PM
BASEBALL/V
VS. TOLEDO
RAY F/SI/ER
STADUM, 3PM

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MEN'S SWIMMING/V
AT NCAA NATIONAL
HI PION SIIPS
AU STINTX,
12 PM
HOCKEY/V
AT NCAA SEMI-FINALS
CINCINNATI, OH,
2-K PM
BASEBALL/V
VS .OAA iND
RAY FISHER SIADIUM,
3 PM

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MEN'S SWIMMING/V
AT NCAA NAlIONAL
CHAMPION HIPS
AUSTIN, TX,
12 PM
WOMEN'S TENNIS/V
AT SOUTH FLORIDA
MEN'S & WOMEN'S
OUTDOOR TRACK/V
AT FLORIDA RELAYS
CGAINSILLE

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MEN'S SWIMMING/V
AT NCAA NATIONAL
CHAMPIONSHIPS
AUSTIN, TX, 12 PM
HOCKEY/V
AT NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP
CINCINNATI, OH, 1 PM
MEN'S GYMNASTICS/V
AT BIG TEN CHAMPIONSHIP
OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY,
1 PM
SOFTBALL/V
VS. UNIVERSITY OF lOWA
ALUMNI FIELD,
I PM

3v
BASEBALL/V
AT INDIANA, 1 PM
WOMEN'S GYMNASTICS/V
AT BIG TEN CHAMPIONSHIP
OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY, 7 PM
MEN'S TENNIS/V
AT NORTHWESTERN
TABLE TENNIS/I
TOURNAMENT
COLISEUM BUILDING
MEN'S & WOMEN'S
OUTDOOR TRACK/V
AT FLORIDA RELAYS
(GAINESVILLE, FL)

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AT BIG TINSCHAMPIONSHIP

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WINNING PERCENTAGE FROM 1963-1994? WHAT
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