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VOLUME 2, NMBERi 2

NOVEMBER 196

UNVRIY FMC IA

DOING IT...

You love to do something, you
find the tine to get it done.
Jason Kudelka is enrolled in Michigan's
top-ranked undergraduate business school. He
also is passionate about ice hockey. He finds
the time to do both.
Jason tried out for the Michigan hockey team
a and made it to the final cuts. He taught an
"r A= adult hockey class at Yost Arena. He
played on the business school hockey
team, which went undefeated in win-

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My name is Jon Linder, and I'm NIKE's
University of Michigan student rep. It's my job to
make cool things happen on campus, including this
SportsPage, so if you want to see something
that's not here, let me know. Use my e-mail address:
Ien.iinder~nike.com... If you want to
talk to NIKE HQ directly, use: sports.page@nike.com.
We are in for a fun month, and hopefully a winning one too!... The famous
NIKE Hummer is coming to Michigan for the Penn State football game. Drop
by and get cool NIKE stuff.. . Also look for the NIKE Hummer pit stop on
the way to Ohio State. Stop in and get your face painted by me!... Come join the
fun on November 16 at 5 p.m. at the Michigan vs. Ohio State volleyball match.
Wave your NIKE ace card and help the maize and blue spike Ohio State.
Tiger's Time
When 20-year-old Tiger Woods turned pro in late August. he had in mind it
modest goal: to earn enough money in the remaining two months of the
season to automatically qualify for the PGA tour again next spring.
Anything beyond that would be gravy. Well, pass the gravy.
The first weekend in October, Woods won the Las Vegas
Invitational. The win clinched an automatic spot on the tour
for the next two years and a check for $297,000. Two weeks later,
I Woods won the Walt Disney World/Oldsmobile Classic and
$216,000.
Woods has a chance to load up ,"
Non even more gravy
a Thanksgiving
weekend, and not
just at the dinner table. The
Skins Game is an annual made-
for- television (ABC, specifically) event pit-
ting four marquee golfers against each other in an
unorthodox format that rewards clutch play. Tiger' II be the
one pumping his fist.

ning the first semester intramural tournament. He was captain of the
Mitch's Place team, the undefeated intramural champions in a separate league.
I This past summer, Kudelka ran a hockey camp on Long Island. He currently
is awaiting word on whether he made the national team for the 1997 World

Maccabi Games, an international competition held every four years.

It's a lot to handle. But Jason finds the time.

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CAMPUS CORRESPONDENT.-

ADAM MESH, SENIOR

'' Flag football players: Think you're ready to take
your game to the national level? The HIKE College Flag
Football Regional Tournament will be held November 29
through December 1 at Ohio State University. Winners receive an
expenses-paid trip to the National Championship in New
Orleans the week of the Nokia Sugar Bowl in late December.
Contact Beau Rugg at (614) 292-7671 for more information.
The 1996 HIKE College Flag Football Regional
Championships are brought to you by Butterfinger.

NIKE COLLEGE
FLAG FOOTBALL

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HOCKEY/V
AT NOTRE DAME, 7 PM
FIELD HOCKEY/V
VS.NORTHWESTERN
PHYfLLIS OCKER FLb, 3 PM
VOLLEYBALL/V
VS. NORTHW.ESTERN
CLIFF KEEN ARENA, 7 PM
MEN'S TENNIS/V
T ROLEX DISTRICT IV C/IAMPIONSHIPS
FAST tANSING, MI
FLAG FOOTBALLI
MITCHELL FIELD

HOCKEY/V
AT MICHIIGAN .STATE, 7 PM
FOOTBLL/V
VS. MICHGAN STATE
MICHIGAN STADIUM, 12 PM
VOLLEYBALL /V
VS. MICHIGA'N S5TATE
CLIFF KLFEN ARENA, 7 PM
MEN'S X-CoumNTy/v
AT BLOOMINGTON
BIG TEN CHAMPIONSHIPS,
10OAM

MEN'S TENNIS/V
AT ROLEX DlSTRUICT
CHII I/ONS/HIPS
I i$T LANSNG, MI
WOMEN'S
X.COUNTRY/V
AT IND)IANA UN/IERSITY
BIG TEN CHIAMP/OH IPS
MEN'S RUGBY/C
Vs. BOWLING GREEN
M1l/IHELL EAST #2.
12 PM TO 0 PM

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FIELD HOCKEY/V
Vs, lwA
PHYLLIS OCKER FLb, 12 PM
WOMEN'S SOCCER/V
V. IAIPARI/SO
SOCER F/LTD, 2 P'M
MEN'S TENNIS/V
T ROLEXV DISTERCT IV (HAMPIONSHSIPS
EAST LANSING, Ml
FLAG FOOTBALL/I
MTCHELL.1FIELD
ICE HOCKEY/I
Yd ST

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MEN'S TENNIS/V
AT ROLl IDISTRICT1 IV CHIAMPIONSHIPS
EAST ILANSAV;, MI
FLAG FOOTBALL/I
MaITELFID
ICE HOCKEY/I
YOST

S
FLAG FOOTBALL/I
MITCHELL FIELD
ICE HOCKEY/I
YOST

a
OUTDOOR RECREATION
INTRODUCTORY KAYAK CLINIC
FLAG FOOTBALL//
MITCH/EL FIELD
ICE HOCKE/I
YOST

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WOMEN'S TENNIS/V
AT ITA MIDWEST CHIAMPIONSHIPS
FLAG FOOTBAL/I
MITC/HEL L FIELD
ICE HOCKEY/I
YOST

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HOCKEY/V
VS.0OHIO STATE
YOsT, 7 PM -
MEN'S GOLF/V
AT STANFORD INVITATIONAL
VOLLEYBALL/V
AT MINNESOTA, 7 PM
MEN'S X-COUNTRY/V
EASTERN MICHIGAN OPEN
YPSILANTI, MI, 4 PM
WOMEN'S TENNIS/V
AT ITA MIDWEST CHAMPIONSHIPS
FLAG FOOTBALL/I
MITCHELL FIELD

HOCKEY/V
iS BOWLINCG GREEN
YOST, 7 PM
FOOTBALL/v
AT PURDUE, 2 PM
VOLLEYBALL/V
AT WISCONSIN, 7 PM
MEN'S SWIMMING
& DIVING/V
AT EASTERN MICIGAN

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WOMEN'S SWIMMING
& DIVING/V
iS. TENNSSEE
(AN//AllNATA/ORIUM, I PM
WOMEN'S TENNIS/V
Al IFA WII41ESTCl/AMIPIONSHIPS
MEN'S RUGBY/C
MICHL/ F lID LAST #2,
12 PM TO 6 PM

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WOMEN'S TENNIS/V
Al ITA MIDWEST 1CHA MPIONS/IPS
FLAG FOOTBALL/I
MTCHE/I FIELD
ICE HOCKEY/I
YOST

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MEN'S BASKETBALL/V
/S TR/IAN A/ELIAIDE ?6 I.RS
CRISLER ARENA, 730 PM
FLAG FOOTBALL/I
MI///L FIELD
ICE HOCKEY/I
YOST'1

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FLAG FOOTBALL/I
MITCH/EL FIELD
ICE HOCKEY/I
Y'OST
BROOMBALL/I
ENTRIES DUE.
PRE-SEAiSON.

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FLAG FOOTBALL/I
MITCH/EEL F/Ib
ICE HOCKEY/I
YOST

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FLAG FOOTBALL/I
MITCHELL F/ELD
ICE HOCKEY/I
YOST
WRESTLING/I
ENTRIES DUE

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HOCKEY/V
VS. MIC/HIGAN STAT!
YOST, 7 PM
VOLLEYBALL/V
VS. PENN STATE
CLIEF KEE N ARE NA, 7 PM
WOMEN'S
BASKETBALL/V
VS. SLOVAKK/A REPU BL
CRISLER ARENA. 7:30 PM

HOCKEY/V
AT BOWLING GREEN,
7 PM
FOOTBALL/V
VS. PENN STATE
MICHIGAN STADIUM,
12 PM
VOLLEYBALL/V
VS. OHIO STATE
CLIFF KEEN AREAA
5 PM

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MEN'S
X-COUNTRY/V
NCAA DISTRI IV CH/AMPIONSHIP
CHlAMSPAIG, IL,
II AM
WOMEN'S
X-COUNTRY/V
AT UNIVERSITY OEfILINOIS
NCAA 1)/STRICT IV
CHIAMPIONSHIPS

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FLAG
FOOTBALL/I
MITT HI/I FILD
PLAYOF/FS
BROOMBALL/I
YOST

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MEN'S BASKETBALL/V
ATHIETES IN ACTON
CR/SI FR ARENVA,7:30 PM
FLAG FOOTBALL/I
MITC/ELL IE/D, PLAYOFFS
BROOMBALL/i
YOST

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FLAG FOOTBALL/I
MITCHIELLF/IED, PLAYOFFS
WRESTLING/I
COLISEUM
BROOMBALL/I
YOST

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FLAG FOOTBALL/I
MITCHELL FIELD, PLAYOFFS
WRESTLING/I
COLISEUM
BROOMBALL/I
YOST

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FLAG FOOTBALL/I
MITCHELL FIELD, PLAYOFFS
WRESTING/1
COLISEUM
BROOMBALL/I
YOST

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HOCKEY/V
VS. BROWN, YOST, 7 PM
VOLLEYBALL/V
AT PLRDUE 730
MEN'S SWIMMING
& DIVING/V
VS. TEXAS
CAN//AM NATA TORIUMI 7 PM
W/SWIMMING &DIVNG/V
AT PENN STATE, 4 PM
W/BASKETBALL/V
AT WESTERN MIC/IGAN TOURNAMIENT,
6 OR 8 PM
FLAG FOOTBALL/I
MITC/IELL FIED, PLAYOFFS

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FOOTBALL/V
AT OHIO STATE,
12 PM
HOCKEY/V
VS. BRORNY
YOST 7 PM
MEN'S SWIMMING
& DIVING/V
VS. TEXAS
CAN/lAM NATATORIUM,
1 PM

WOMEN'S
BASKETBALL/V
AT WE-STFRN MIIGA.N
TOURNAMENT, 6 OR 8 PM
WOMEN'S
VOLLEYBALL/C
8 AM TO 8 PM

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FLAG
FOOTBALL/I
MWITCHEL11,F/ELI)0
PLAYO FFS

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VOLLEYBALL/V
ATIINIANA, 730PM
MEN'S X.COUNTRY/V
NCAA CHA MPIONSHIIP

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MEN'S BASKETBALL/V
V s.BALI STATE
CR/SI/-k ARENA,730 PM
FLAG FOOTBALL/I

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FLAG FOOTBALL/I
MITCHELL FIELD, PLAYOFFS
BROOMBALL/I
YOST

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WOMEN'S
BASKETBALL/V
AT HAWAII TOURNAMENT, TBA
FLAG FOOTBALL/I

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HOCKEY/fV
VS. MINNESOTA
JOE LOU/S ARENA, 4:30 PM
VOLLEBAL/V

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HOCKEY/V
V~S. WISCONSIN
JOE LOUIS ARENA,
4:30 PM

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