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p 1 - Te e Miciga'h Dbily- Friday, June 13, 198,
Graduate plans windsurfing trip around Andes lake

(Continued fromPa ge5' WITH HIS LONG muscular legs keep the equipment dry.
bunch of eight-year-olos." propped up on the kitchen table f his KRAUSE SHAPED a sailboard
Two years ago, Krause decided to William St. house, Krause explained especially for these difficult con-
tePaci-eAustracollegeandtrae his long preparation necessary for the ditions of Lake Titicaca. The two
-A ia,NewZ .n trip. Krause-made boards are short, and'
nds ij land H erest i Im just waiting to get down there shaped especially for high winds and
windsurfing began about the same because of all the planning and wave jumping.
time, and he learned fast because of organizing," he said. "And phone bills He is also carrying two F'
his previous sailing experience, for calls across the country and to lightnings which are good boards for
"el GROWNsincasto windsuing Bolivia that just don't stop." circumnavigation because they ride
really fast because of sailing, he The circumnavigation will be a bit straight and fast.
saThe feeling of windsurfing is like risky due to extreme winds, low Krause will spend June snowboar-
T're holding on to the forc f th oxygen level, and the brisk nighttime ding down the Andes peak Huascaran,
wind," Krause explained. "The drive temperatures. Each member of the the higheset in the Northern
of the force is right through your trip will have one sailboard without a Hemisphere. This venture, shared.
body, through yourfeet to the board." support boat, so the gear carried on with Gayner and expert Peruvian
"IT'S AN ENERGIZING typeof the boards must be limited. Gear in- mountain climber Walter Silverio, is
thing when you're riding or jumpin cludes tents, sleeping bags, and also sponsored and has not been at-
jumping fishing and safety equipment. They tempted before, according to the par-
waves. It's so much fun." will be enclosed in waterproof bags to ticipants.

Krause's trip to Bolivia doesn't sur-
prise anyone who knows him. "My
parents would rather have me stick
around here and use my mechanical
engineering degree instead of going
down to Bolivia," Krause said But his
unique character and adventuresome
spirit boldly clash with this idea.
Friend and creative writing instruc-
tor Kathleen Halme said, "Doug does
not remind me of anyone; nor does his
writing."
"His writing shows a wise, com-
passionate vision; he can write about
South Africa, factory workers, win-
dsurfing, love and fun. He takes risks
in his writing and in his life," she said.
"It's not difficult to understand why
Doug would want to go to South
America to windsurf - that is how it

is to know Doug."
KRAUSE'S TRACK coach, Ron
Warhurst, agrees with this in a
slightly different way. "Doug is
definitely a character. He wasn't
really a full-time member of the
team," Warhurst said.
"We called him the phantom
because we never knew what days he
would show. At practice, he would
wear an array of clothes like that
flannel shirt while other team mem-
bers would be wearing sweats. Still,
he ran one of his best races and won
his heat a couple weeks ago at Evan-
ston, Ill.
"On the way down, Doug wanted to
know if there was room for his win-
dsurfing gear in the van," Warhurst
added. "I said sure, what the heck."

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