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Daily staffer
honored for
Sugar Bowl
M r'photographs
Daily photographer Brian D. Masck won second
place for sports photographs in this year's Colum-
bia Scholastic Press Association Gold Circle Awar-
ds. The competition, which recognizes outstanding
college journalists, drew 10,498 entries in 60 4
categories. Masck, an LSA senior majoring in -
sociology and economics, captured the winning
images during Michigan's January trip to the Sugar
Bowl in New Orleans. He is now working in
Jacksonville, Florida as an intern for the Florida
Times-Union and the Jacksonville Journal.
This gang tackle in the Sugar Bowl
game (above) was typical of
Michigan's excellent defensive perfor-
mance despite the last-minute score
which gave Auburn a 9-7 victory over
the Wolverines. The game was a sad
climax to an enjoyable week-long party
in New Orleans which included a per-
formance by Doc Paul's band (right) in
the New Year's Day parade. -
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SPRING GRADS CIRCLE THE WORLD
Medical Research Opportunities
Start your research career with Northwestern University's Medical 30 college/university students, drawn from across the
School. Our Chicago Campus is located on Lake Michigan, 2 United States, will circle the world from September 1984
blocks from Chicago's Magnificient Mile.
We have research opportunities available in: to May 1985, living and studying in ENGLAND,
* Pharmacology " Physiology and FRANCE, SPAIN, ITALY, EGYPT, ISRAEL, INDIA,
* Urology * Internal Medicine. NEPAL, THAILAND, CHINA, and JAPAN.
* Medicine-ECG Accompanied by internationally known senior professors,
We seek bachelors and Masters degrees in the biological sciences the selected students will live with families and carry a full
with emphasis on independent lab research. We require proven
academic achievement and desire to become part of our prestigious course load as they explore the impact of religion and
and dedicated research staff. ethnic identity upon societies in Europe, the
Northwestern University offers a competitive starting salary and Middle East, and Asia.
comprehensive benefits package including dental insurance and 3
weeks paid vacation your first year. For immediate consideration, The International Honors Program seeks mature,
please send resume and Grade transcript to: motivated candidates who are prepared for a
Constance Leahey
Personnel Representative fulfilling academic experience. Applications are presently
EN + NORTHWESTERN being reviewed on a rolling admissions basis. For more
iUNIVERSITY nformation and an application, call Joan Tiffany
y Chicago Campus collect at (617) 491-3120.
- 339 E. Chicago Avenue IT IS IMPORTANT NOT TO DELAY.
Room 616-4
Chicago, IL 60611 INTERNATIONAL HONORS PROGRAM
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