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U. CAPTURE THE
NIKE SPIRIT
CONTEST NOW!
Wherever you go, climb, hike, raft,
spelunk, skydive, parasail, hang glide, bike,
jump, explore or kick back, take your cam-
i h"Y
All of my Nikes. Notice the Jordantattoo on my arm. I also
have a swoosh on my ankle. It reads 'Nike or Nothing.'

era and Capture the Nike Spirit - those
unforgettable experiences in sports and
everyday life.
Maybe you and your Nikes will hike to
the most awesome place on earth, climb
the biggest mountain or rock, catch big air
(with or without wheels), ride the rapids,
backpack into a canyon, run around (or
into) a lake, bungee jump off a bridge,
rappel (or leap over) the tallest building
on campus. Or maybe you own the
World's Oldest Living Pair of Nikes or the
most battered pair still alive, or you can
get the most pairs of Nikes in one photo,
with people attached. You decide and
JUST DO IT!
The Grand Prize winner will collect

$1,000, and the winning photo will be pub-
lished with Nike's ad in the Jan./Feb. 1996
issue of U.
Send your entries on color print or slide
film, labeled (gently) on the back with your
name, school, address, phone number (school
and permanent) and a brief description of the
Nike spirit you've captured (who, when,
where, doing what, etc.). Deadline for
entries is Dec. 1, 1995. SO HURRY!
Entries cannot be returned and become the
property of U. Magazine. There is no limit on
the number of entries you can submit.
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best photo entries submitted in four categories:
Campts Life/Traditions, All Arond Sports
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Sights. PLUS, for each entry published in U.
during the year, we'll pay $25. Last year's con-

test had more than 100 winners - and
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Photos can be of anyone or anything on or off
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U VIEWS / The Campus Dialogue
3 U. Mail, editorial cartoon and nasty names for your "thingy."
QUICggES I Our Concession to Your Attention Span
6 Lively campus anecdotes individually wrapped for freshness.
U. NEWS / Pretty Sneaky Sis
8 The Buzz, Byte Me, U. Lose, 15 Minutes and oh-so-much more.
U /F Lawyer's Salary, Please
12 In-Play / Raiders of the Lost Art
The once time-honored tradition of mascot stealing has gone the way of the dodo.
Harsh penalties are preventing students from pilfering lions and tigers and bears. Oh my!
12 Dollars / Nifty Thrifty Gifties
Care enough to send the very best, but can't afford to? No problem. U. Magazine has the
solution to all your holiday shopping needs in our guide to cheap gifts. And we mean cheap.
Wow! Thanks for the origami, dude.
13 Class / The King and IQ
There's a velvet picture of him in your living room at home. His face is on your record
albums, your commemorative plates and your stamps. And now, he's in your classroom.
He's the king of rock and roll. No, not Jon Secada, Elvis Presley.
13 Etc. / Greek Tragedies
Should fraternities and campus organizations be responsible for deaths and accidents
at their functions? It's hard for fraternities to tell. With unclear guidelines and
confusing court rulings, it's all Greek to them.
17 OffBeat / The Dead Will Never Die
Collegiate Deadheads realize it may be time to move on now that the illustrious career of the
Grateful Dead is in jeopardy. How are Jerry's kids coping with the emptiness in their lives?
Some may try so fill the void by going Phishing.
21 Pop / Dumb and Dumber
Married... With Children, Beverly Hills, 90210 and Beavis and Butt-head aren't high-brow
entertainment, but they are like potato chips. You know they're bad for you, but you
can't stop watching 'em. It's a complete loss of remote control.
FEATURES / The Wacky Doctor's Game

'14 Let Us Entertain U.
Some schools get to see Pearl Jam and Blues Traveler. Other schools get pan flute
master Zamfir and some guy playing spoons. You can thank or blame your
student programming board.
16 Blood Brothers
Quentin Tarantino is back, ina delightful Christmas movie. It doesn't have all the caroling and
chestnuts one might expect from a holiday special, but it does have the vampires and the killing.
18 Rock
The seven deadly songs. U. Magazine offers up the top seven college rock albums
of all time, plus our U. radio chart.
19 Reel
Matthew Modine and Geena Davis star in Cutthroat Island- plus get in the act with
The Rocky Horror Picture Show and Woody Allen's new one.
20 Contests!
Wanna win big money? Turn to the contests page right now!
P / Drive Reckless! Take Chances!
22 A Christmas Wish
How to handle the holidays, plus Double Take and Strip Tease.
23 Holiday Gift Wish List
U. Magazines annual survey of what students really want this year. "All I want for
Christmas/Hanukkah/Kwanza is peace on Earth... and Antonio Banderas... dipped
in chocolate. Oh please, oh please."
7 JEST EXPERT! Torry the Traffic Guy
We searched far and wide this month for a guest expert we could call
"friend." Someone we could count on. Someone who would gladly stand in
front of a bus for us (or inadvertently usher us into its path). Torry Osby,
crosswalk operations manager at our U. Magazine Los Angeles headquar-
ters, holds up traffic to offer his insight on myriad collegiate topics of
interest. Let's take a ride with Torry the Traffic Guy, shall we?
GUEST EXPERT PHOTOS BY
FRANCES HUFFMAN

Alcohol gets trashed.
Page 8

Have music, will travel.
Campus Shots

December
1995

Best of brain rot.
Pag 2

Susan Phelps, Michigan State U. Kevin Braverman, Indiana U.
"Who's feeding whom?" "The man who likes to eat planes."

A happy reveler at Michigan
State U.'s gay pride march.
A little more rouge under the
cheekbones, Eddie.
The secret Is blending.
PHOTO BY JEN BRUNO,
MICHIGAN STATE U.

20 U. Magazine * December 1995

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