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The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, January 17, 1996 - Page 13

P A ID AD V ERT I SE ME N
VOLUME 1, NUMBER 1

flfl nUJA~uARY iSOS
SwCo H OTES

DOING IT...

Joe Hudkins 19. Sophomore.
~ ACTIVITY: Bare-knuckle soccer. MAJOR: Industrial
Engineering. PERCENT OF EFFORT HE GIVES IN
EVERY GAME: 110
Three adjectives describe the way Joe Hudkins molives on the
soccer field: Feline. Ferocious. Mean. "I'm a lion out there,"
says Hudkins, outside midfielder from Flushing, Michigan.
"Free. Energized. I want to control the whole jungle." Roaring
onto the muddy soil with speed a cheetah might envy, the 19 year-old
sophomore knows it's not whether you win or lose that counts (though that
doesn't stop him from devouring the competition.) Versatility is the
essence of his style: Hudkins knows when to dribble the ball with finesse,
and when to slash across the turf with single-pointed determination.
Maybe it's those same animal instincts that cause him to tear his shoes off
after every game and stride off the field bare-foot. Who knows? It's a
jungle out there.
Tnya Scott 20. Junrior. ACTIVITY: Co-Captain of/the
dance team. MAJOR: Engi1neering. MANTRA: "If' I call
do it in my mind, ten I know I Can do it.
When you 'get down to it, dance is all about eng ineering: it's
about plotting the arc of" a flying buttress. P'lanning the arch itec-
e turally sound pirouette. The science of bodies in motion, elevat-
ed to an art form. Maybe that's why Tonya Scott, a 20-year-old
engineering major from Livonia, Michigan, has such a strong
sense of what makes choreography work. She believes that in dance there
are no stars. "You can't have three great players who lead the sqluadl to vic-
tory," says the junior. "Everyone has to perform in unison. If' you stand
out, it ruins everything." Forget all the stereotypes about the parima donna
ballerina: when it comes to dance, Scott's style is downri ht--well. sport-
ing.
CAMPUS CORRE~SPONDE:NT' RICK KR It NI .5uolwoula/.

Andrew Puduck. He's your NIKE student
recp. Maybe you've seen him. He gives away -NIKE
stuff, plans cool events, has his finger on the pulse
ol, Michig-an sports, and helps produce this
.SPORTShPA6 . He's your ticket to telling NIKE
what's on your mind.
Find him Use him. This is a test. Reach him at P.O.
Box 4124, Ann Arbor, MI 48 106-4 124.
Peek at the Peak. The first U.S.
women's skier ever to win a world cup
downhill title, Picabo Street
has found a new mission. "Peek" decided
to donate '10 percent of her world cup earn-
ings to NIKE's P.L.A.Y. (Participate in
the Lives of America's Youth) program. Given the positive
impact playing sports can make in the lives of girls, she
wants more girls to have the opportunity to participate
in spor ts. As of this printing. Peek has already won one race
this season at Lake Louise in Alberta, Canada.
C'ongr-ats to all intramural football, champions:
INJ)J.'IJ1L'N)I 'M11 ''s Whatever
Ir'I)I;I'I1J)I NJW() A iII' 'v Late Team
I'RXt l'II Y:°1I tSigLa N
~SoiRii'K Kappa Alpha Theta
(,RAD/2A(/SII Bones
NRlC" HLL: .! u Gambinos
co-Pu':. Killer Mockingbirds
All winner s receiv~ed specially designed
NI KE lnt-anim-al
("lham'piolliT-shirits.

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Hot Hockey. Try to catch a
goIl i-rpse of Sergei Federov as he
NHi All-Starigame in Boston.
The leaguc es tI istest skatei will be wearingF
somlething newv... (Check out the game
on [ox this JIan uaryj'20 at 8:00 p.m1.
(Eastern Time).

-~ Atenion riNIKE Pans!
Yo ur Campus rep is graduatingths prl When he laves, aoe Mihga
student, xsendc acatake ihis posit-Ion. Ifyou're inter ed e dDrwsetigha
stdntwill yetyou apart from the ri st tof th ic. sethe '..bol ntd boe

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