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The Michigan Daily - Friday, April 5, 1996 - 13

The
TRUTH

Paul
BARGER

BrentH
McINTOSH

Michael
ROSENBERG

Barry
SOLLENBERGER

Preseason pick - Michigan Most Improved Player Albert White Jerod Ward Jerod Ward Jerod Ward Travis Conlan
Pur ' Thdggf / f -ndka Indiana 7< / '<>w
Preseason picks - All-American Team Tim Duncan, Wake Forest TIM DUNCAN, WAKE FOREST TIM DUNCAN, WAKE FOREST RAY ALLEN, CONNECTICUT Brevin Knight, Stanford
Marcus Camby, Massachusetts KERRY KITTLES, VILLANOVA MARCUS CAMBY, MASACHUSETTs TIM DUNCAN, WAKE FOREST TIM DUNCAN, WAKE FOREST
Kerry Kitties, Villanova Erik Dampier, Miss. State KERRY KITTLES, VILLANOVA KERRY KITTLES, VILLANOVA KERRY KITTLES, VILLANOVA
Alen Iverson, Georgetown MARCUS CAMBY, MASSACHUSETTS Ryan Minor, Oklahoma Walter McCarty, Kentucky Tony Delk, Kentucky
Ray Allen, Connecticut ALLEN IVERSON, GEORGETOWN Jerod Haase, Kansas Jacque Vaughn, Kansas Ryan Minor, Oklahoma
.o c3fht's usetts Ti Duncan, Wake Forest MARCUS CAMBY M 'ssAc a s ay Alken, Connectic&t Ke rry Kittes, Villanoa
reseason picks - Final Four Kansas Kansas Kansas Iowa
Villanova KENTUCKY KENTUCKY Villanova
Georgetown MASSACHUSETTS Connecticut Stanford
Virginia Georgetown Georgetown KENTUCKY
eseason pick - Natioaalcham o G.... eget . KENTUCKY KNsas KENTUCKY
Pre-tournament picks - East Massachusetts Georgetown MASSACHUSETTS Georgetown Texas Tech
Southeast Mississippi State Connecticut Cincinnati Connecticut Connecticut
Midwest Kentucky KENTUCKY KENTUCKY KENTUCKY KENTUCKY
West Syracuse Kansas Kansas Kansas Kansas
asSyrcse Connecticut Cincinnati Kansas Kansas
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Studying pays
offfor Black,
Riemersma
*om Staff Reports
Michigan seniors Monika Black and
Jay Riemersma were proclaimed top
scholar-athletes yesterday. Athletic Di-
rector Joe Roberson announced selection
of the two as Michigan's 1996 Big Ten
Conference Medal of Honor recipients.
The Big Ten Conference Medal of
Honor is presented every year to the top
male and female student-athletes at each
pnference school.
Black and Riemersma will be honored
at the Michigan Athletic Academic
Achievement Banquet on April 16.
Black is an LSA sociology major and a
member of the Wolverine women's track
and field team. An All-American high
jumper, Black has competed in four
NCAA National Track and Field Cham-
pionships. The three-time team captain
participated in three indoor nationals
994-1996) and one outdoor (1995).
ack earned All-American accolades at
the 1995 NCAA indoor championships
with a ninth-place 5-10 jump. She fin-
ished as the runner-up in the high jump at
the Big Ten Conference indoor and out-
doormeetsin 1995. Black wasselectedto
the 1995 All-Big Ten team by the confer-
ence coaches.
Black was the recipient ofthe 1995-96
Will and Jeanne Caldwell Track Scholar-
ip and a finalist for the 1995 National
TUDENT-Athlete Giant Steps Award.
The two-time Academic All-Big Ten
honoree was also the winner ofthe Michi-
ganTrackand Field's 1994 Red Simmons
Academic Athlete Award.
Riemersma is an LSA student major-
ing in communication. A member of the
football team, Riemersma started off as a
quarterback for the Wolverines, but
switched to tight end at the start of the
1994 season. He was twice selectedto the
Scademic All-Big Ten team and received
aNational Association College Directors
of Athletics scholarship grant. The Wol-
verine football staff named Riemersma
the team's leading senior scholar with the
1995 Dr. Arthur D. Robinson Scholar-
ship Award.
In his career, Riemersma caught 74
passes for 706 yards and three touch-
downs. He was selected to the 1995
aches and media Honorable Mention
ll-Big Ten team and the 1994 media
Honorable Mention all-conference list.

Some people think this guy knows it all.

I didn't know Northwestern had such terrific field studies programs: Chicago
Field Studies, the Archaeological Field School, and the Ethnographic Field
School. With the Ethnographic Field School, I could help solve social, educa-
tional, and economic problems on a Navajo reservation or in a Spanish-speaking
community in northern New Mexico. There's also the Archaeological Field
School. I've always wanted to take part in an archaeological dig. This year, the
Archaeological Field School is doing fieldwork in the Middle Rio Grande
Valley. Then again,the Chicago Field Studies program offers an inside look at
the economic, political, and social forces in city life through a summer-long
internship in one of Chicago's many agencies, organizations, and movements.
Whatever I choose, all three offer the chance to earn college credit this summer.
I never thought of
Northwestern as a summer
hot spot, but the campus is K2
right on Lake Michigan. (i0

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I could use some extra credit
this summer, and I think
Northwestern's the place to go.
Summertime means smaller
classes and better access to some
of Northwestern's most popular
professors. They even have a
course on the Beatles, and if I
get ambitious, I can earn a full-
year of college credit with
Northwestern's eight-week
intensive course sequences in
physics, chemistry, and nine lan-
guages. It'd be nice to go back to
school in the fall with a few
extra credits on my transcript.
Summer in the Windy City
sounds like a hot time.
Chicago has jazzfests, blues-
fests, and gospelfests, Cubs
and Sox games, some of the
best museums and art galleries
in the world, and ethnic festi-
vals all summer long... I'd
have plenty to do, and it's all
just minutes from the
Northwestern campus.

They've got beaches, intra-
mural sports, arts and crafts
workshops, wine-tasting and
pottery making minicourses,
basketball and volleyball
tournaments, campus musi-
cals and theatrical perfor-
mances, outdoor movies, and
hiking and canoeing trips in
Wisconsin. Al with
Northwestern Summer
Session '96... Pretty cool.

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Actually, he just knows about our catalog...

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