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The Michigan Daily - Friday, October 4, 1996 - 11

ADVERTISEM ENT

VOLUME 2, NUMBER 1

OCTOBER 1991

MKHIG

DOING IT...

Brian Krawczyk
Is it some kind of weird, intergalactic coincidence
that all the letters in kayak appear in Krawczyk's
name? Probably not, because kayaking is
Krawczyk's passion. It's also a family passion
and a family tradition. His father, Henry
Krawczyk, was a member of the 1976 Olympic
team. Brother Danny, like Brian, is a former
Junior National Kayaking champion.
Krawczyk has his sights set on the big cosmic
showdown, the year 2000-which is also the date
of the next summer Olympics. Already, to get into
Olympic shape, Krawczyk runs three miles and does

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Hi. I'm NIKE's student rep. den Linder. It's my job to show up at
cool campus events and plan some of may own. Sometimes I even'
0 1 . aw~ay free NIKE stuf..I make a lot of friends with this job . .
SPORIJSP,I will appear once a month for the rest of the school year.
1The calendar lists this months campus sports events all in
one place. Sidelines clues you in to upcoming NIKE happenings and
other notable news. Doing It is where an awesome student athlete'
receives some ink. .. I'm responsible for putting the SPORTSPAGE
together. I f you want to see something that's not here, lead
me to it. I'm flexible that way. Use my e-mail address:
jen.linder(Onike.con... If you want to talk to NIKE HQ directly, use: sports.page@nike.com..
Got a sam. to settle? F irst year students are invited to challenge a friend or rommate in
teninis. NIKE i wll be making an appearance on the Hill with a net and racquets. Comne wha soft
cool NIKE prizes.. late October can be a real downer, when midterms roll around. NIKE
promises to lift your spirits at the Flshbowl the week of October 20. .. a HMW t ' b~t
tie just might appear as if by magic in your bike rack.

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r three sets of pull-ups, rowing exercises, push-ups and
sit-ups every day. And he's just getting warmed up.
Krawczyk says he'll start training in earnest after
graduation.
Dad couldn't be happier. Must be written in the stars.
CAMPUS CORRESPONDENT- ADAM MESH, SENIOR

Flag Football. Who says there's no true college football national championship? There may
NIKE COLLEGE not be one in varsity fo6otball, but 1996 will see the first college football national championships
FLAG FOOTBALL. (flag ftball, that is). [he Nike Invitational Flag Football Championships (NIFF~C) will be held
December 27th through the 31lst and will be brought to you by Butterfinger and played at
the Nokia Sugar Bowl . No ties. No polls. No m'Iaening sub-
jectivty
Regional Championships
w~ill be held in October
and November(see schedule
below). Winners will receive an
expenses-paid trip to the National
Championship in New Orleans, in late December.
Which just happens to be the same week as the Nekl
Sugar Bowl. For more information, call Beau Rugg at Ohio
State Univerisity, 614-292-7671

NIKE College Flag Football Regional Championships
presented by Btterfinger
October 1 1-13 University of' Wisconsin-Eau Claire, Eau Claire, WI

November K-10(
November 15- 17
November 15-17
November 22-24
November 29-30

University of West Florida, Pensacola, FL,
University of North Carolina, Wilmington, NC,
University of Nebraska, Lincoln, NE
Kutztown University, Kutztown, Pennsylvania
University of' Maryland. College Park, MD,
University of San Diego, San Diego, CA,
University of 'texas, Arl ington, TX
Ohio State University, Columbus, OH

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