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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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geous. For best results, keep the faces in focus and
the hackround as light as psible.
Winners of the month will be published in
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Grand Prize winning entries will be featured in
U's May 1996.
Send 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
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(Funny captions get extra points.) Entries can-
Liiette Evan, U. of Florida
Chris studying at his "desk."

not be returned and become the property of
U. Magazine. Deadline for entries is
March 15, 1996.
U.MAGAZINE PHOTO CONTEST
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Los Angeles, CA 90067-1511

(800) 848-4123 ext. 101.)

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Marisa hies, Michigan State U.
Dorm kwon do.

November 1995 " U. Magazine 25

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