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September 18, 1995 - Image 79

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WIN FOUR $1,000
Here's your Lb see to wan big ma ry U is offering
four $1,000 cash grand prizes for the best photo entries
submitted in four categories: Campus Life/Traditions,
All Around Sports (mud to varsity), Road Trippin', and
Funniest Sights. PLUS, for each entry published in U
during the year, we'll pay you $25. Last year's contest had
more than 100 winners - and $10,000 in cash prizes.
Photos can be of anyone or anything on or off campus,
from normal (whatever that is) to outrageous. For best results,
keep the faces in focus and the background as light as possible.
Winners of the month will be published in U. and on
our Web site at http://www.umagazine.com (click on
"U. Contests"). The four $1,000 Grand Prize winning
entries will be featured in U's May 1996 issue in our
fourth annual College Year in Review special section.
Send entries on color print or slide film, labeled (gen-
tly) on the back with your name, school, address, phone
number (school and permanent) and info on who, when,
why, what and where the photo was taken. Include
names of people in the photos if possible. Entries cannot
be returned and become the proper-
ty of U Magazine. Deadline for
entries is March 15, 1996.
Mail your entries to
1800 Century Park East, Suite 820,
Los Angeles, CA 90067-1511

S1OOO Grand Prize Winner: Trippin' -
Al Argueta, Penn State U.

Send us a postcard or e-mail describing
the coolest, funniest, smallest, wildest or weirdest place you could print with
a Canon@ BJC-70 Color Bubble JetTM Printer.
This new Canon printer can go anywhere you can think oV! It's compact
(11.8" long x 6.2" wide x 2.2" high), weighs only 3.1 pounds, can be pow-
ered by a rechargeable battery and prints anything in brilliant color and
sharp black and white. (For more info see the ad on page 9, or call (800)
848-4123 ext. 101.)
The Grand Prize witner will get $1,000 cash AND round-trip airline
tickets for two to anywhere in the U.S., Mexico or the Caribbean AND a
new Canon BJC-70 Color Bubble Jet Printer! PLUS, two second prize win-
ners will each receive a new Canon BJC-70 Color Bubble Jet Printer AND
$500 cash. Five third prize winners each win $349 cash (about what it takes
to buy a Canon BJC-70 Color Bubble Jet Printer).
To enter, send your entry (50 words max) describing your most creative
print site to U MAGAZINE, Canon Cool Print Site Contest, 1800 Century
Park East, Suite 820, Los Angeles, CA 90067-1511 or e-mail to
http://www.umagazine.com (click on U.Mail, Canon Cool Print Site Con-
test), Umagazine@aol.com or umagazine@earthlink.net.
All entries (snail mail or e-mail) must include your name, school, address
(school and permanent) and phone number to be eligible to win. There is
no limit to the number of times you may enter. Deadline for entries:
Dec. 1, 1995. Winners will be notified by Dec. 20, 1995, so be sure to
include your permanent phone number.
Poll Question
Your first tie
ecs4tti'c or
Ext. 62

51000 Grand Prize Winners Campus Life -
Shelly Dieterle, U. of Pennsylvania

U. Photo Contest Winner -
An Phan, U. of California, Berkeley

$1000 Grand Prize Winner: All $1000 Grand Prize Winner:
Around Sports - Funniest Sights -
JenniferSmolder, West Virginia U. Benjamin Glotzer, Syracuse U.

Win $1,000 AND your entry published with a
Niko national adt!
Wherever you go, climb, hike, raft,
spelunk, skydive, parasail, hang glide, bike,
jump, explore or kick back, take your camera
and Capture the Nike Spirit - those unfor-
gettable 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, round around (or into) a lake,
bungee jump off a bridge or 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 the most people attached. You
decide and JUST DO IT!
Each month, the best entry will be pub-
lished in U. and the winners of the month will
receive $50 cash.
The Grand Prize winner will receive
$1,000, and the winning photo will be pub-

lished with Nike's ad in the January/February
issue of U PLUS, the top 30 entries will receive
cash prizes. (Last year, we gave away $5,000 in
cash prizes.) AND every month this fall, the
best entry will be published
in U. and on our Web site at
http://www.umagazine.com (click on "U. Con-
tests"). Winners of the month win $50 cash.
Send your entries on color print or slide film,
labeled (gently) on the back with your name,
school, address, phone number (school and per-
manent) and a brief description of the Nike spir-
it you've captured (who, when, where, doing
what, etc.). Deadline for entries is Dec. 1,
1995. Entries cannot be returned and become
the property of U Magazine. There is no limit

on the number of entries you can submit.
Mall your eutrios to
1800 Century Park East, Suite 820,
Los Angeles, CA 90067-1511

5100 Rtunenee'-up Prize Winnera $100 Runner-up Prize1 Winner: $es00 5euS d Prize Winner: $1000 Grad rize Winner:
Brent Tadsen, U. of Minnesota, Duluth Marc A. Bradley, U. oftTennessee Adam Warot, U. of California, Santa Barbara Brian Hendrix, U. of Tennessee
August/September 1995 " U. Magazine 37

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