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Page Ten


Sunday, December 12, 1976
Bo's heart attack
stunned Wolverines

on eve of
(Continued fromPage 5)
Moorhead came back in the
fourth quarter and passed Mich-
igan down the field twice within
the USC 15-but the Wolverines
never broke the goal line and
ended up losing, 10-3.
What was the effect of Bo's
absence on the game?
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'70 game
ary bypass) would try to cur-
tail things that cause prolonged
fatigue and a lot of things that
carry on such as banquets,"
said Dr. Rudy Reichert, Schem-
bechler's doctor.
"The normal working schedule
isn't too bad. If a person gets
normal sleep and had no symp-
toms with the work-load-which
shouldn't be too much different
-I would think he'd be aright.
"It's all that extra stuff (Bo
has to worry about). I'm not
really sre how much is in-
volved because I've never been
there. ut the traveling and the
stuff that could be more of a
strain is what o would have
to be careful of."
Reichert, who will be exam-
ining Schembechler before the
trip, feels o has done a good
Job of handling the pressures of
coaching so far.
"Everybody deals with an-
xiety, themselves. You deal with
that sort of thing, no matter
what's the matter with you,
yourself. You handle stresses
by just learning how to do it.
"He's doing a good job," Rei-
chert continued. "I'd say he's
handled that aspect extremely
well from what I can tell."
Schembechler has had two
other bowl games since then to
work on keeping his blood pres-
sure down. Now, if only he can
handle USC as well as he does
Rose Bowl
1902-Michgan 49, Stanford 0
1916-washington State 14, Brown 0
1917-Oregon 14, Penn 0
1918-Mare Island 19, Camp Lewis 7
1919-Great Lakes 17, Mare Island 9
1920-lmvard 7, Oreognl6
i91-Caifotnia 28, Ohio state 0
1922-California 0, Washington &
Jefferson 0
1923-USC 14, Penn State 3
1924-Washington 14, Penn 14
1925-Notre Dame 27, Stanford 10
1926-Alabama 20, Washington 19
1927-Aabamaa 7, Stanford 7
192-Stanford 7, Pittsburg 6
1929-Georgia Tech 8, California 7
1930-USC 47, Pitt 14
1931-Alabama 24, Washington St. 0
1932-USC 21, Tulane 12
1933-USC 35, Pitt 0
1934-Columbia 7, Stanford 0
1935-Alabama 29, Stanford 13
1936-Stanford 7, SMU 0
1937-Pitt 21, Washington 0
1938-California 13, Alabama 1
1939-U5C 7, Duke 3
1940-USC 14, Tennessee 0
1941-Stanford 21, Nebraska 13
1942-Oregon State 20, Duke 16
1943-Georgia 9, UCLA 0
144-USC 2, Washington0
145-USC 25, Tennessee S
1946-Alaama 34, USC 14
1947-Illinois 45, UCLA 14
194-Micigas 49, USC S
14-Northwestern 20, Califernia 14
1950-Ohio State 17, California 14
1951-Michigan 14, California 6
152-IlinOis 40, Stanford 7
153-USC 7, Wiconnt0
1954-Michigan State 28, UCLA 20
1955-Ohio State 2, USC 7
1956-Michigan state 17, UCLA 14
1957-Iowa 35, Oregon State 19
i5s-Ohio State i0, Oregon 7
1959--Iowa 38, California 12
1960-Washington 44, Wisconsin 8
1961-Washington 17, Minnpsota 7
1962-Minnesota 21, UCLA 3
1963-USC .42, Wisconsin 37
1964-Illinois 17, Washington 7
1965-Michigan 34, Oregon State 7
1966-UCLA 14, Michigan State 12
1967-Purdue 14, USC 13
1968-USC 14, Indiana 3
1909-Ohio State 27, USC 16
170-USC 50, Mihtgan 3
171-Stanford 27, Ohio State 17
1972-Stanford 13, Michigan 12
1973-USC 42, Ohio State 17
1974-Ohio State 42, USC 21
1975-USC 18, Ohio State 17
1976-UCLA 23, Ohio State 10

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