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Friday, October 24,

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nine

Fridy, Otobe 24,THEMICHGAN AILYPageNin

Bo leads frantic
homecoming rally

(Continued from Page 1)
verine territory! So let's bowl
them over on Saturday. Go
Blue!"
THE CROWD bubbled with
excitement.
Between speakers there werel
the familiar cheers - "Super-
Great! Super-Great! Super-j
Great! - and the prep band
hung right in there with num-
erous renditions of "Hail to the
Victors" and other favorites.
The cheerleaders, two female
and eight male, were ecstatic
IT'S A BANNER YEAR v
FOR FLAGSI
WASHINGTON (P - Thisj
year is going to be a banner oneI
for the flagmakers.
Manufacturers are sewing up
acres and acres of official red,
white and blue and not just to-
day's version of Old Glory, the'
National Geographic Society re-
ports.
They're running all kinds off
stars and stripes up the flag-,
pole, two especially: the "Betsy'
Ross" flag of 13 stripes - 7 red
and 6 white and a circle of 13
stars; and the "Bennington"
flag of 7 white and 6 red stripes
and "76" on thefield of blue un-
der an arch of 13 stars.
Serious students of the flags
also know about the ancestors of
the Stars and Stripes: the
"Don't Tread on Me" rattle-
r snake flag, the "Appeal to
Heaven" pine tree flag, the blue
"Liberty or Fort Moultrie" flag
and the Continental Colors,
sometimes called the Grand
Union flag. These flags led
George Washington into battle,
not the Stars and Stripes. Wash-
ington crossed the Delaware un-
der the Grand Union flag.
This banner had 13 red and!
white stripes but, instead of
stars, it flourished the familiar
British Union Jack in the upper
left corner.

from start to finish.
Loken gave an appreciative
and peppy introduction to two
men without whom there would
be no reason for the rally: Co-{
Captains Don Dufek and the
sidelined Kurt Lewis, saddled+
with an arm injury.
DUFEK told the crowd,
"We're not going to the Cotton
Bowl, We're not going to the
Sugar Bowl, we're not going to
the Orange Bowl - We're going,
WEST. To the Rose Bowl!" The
crowd became one solid wall of'
sound in cheers and applause.
Next on the docket was!
Shemy Schembechler, Bo's six-
year-old son. He didn't have
much to say, but Loken elevat-
ed on his shoulders him to the
full view of the crowd, where
he was greeted by applause.
And then Shemy's Papa, Bo,,
appeared. Newt poured acco-
lade after accolade upon this
truly remarkable man with a
record Michigan has a right to
guard jealously.
BO DESCRIBED the football
team's "coming to life" in the
past two weeks, and made two;
predictions about Saturday's
game. First, he said MichiganI
would win - and the crowdI
cackled. Second, he said, "We
will not have more than one
turnover in the game!" The au-
dience was in an uproar.
As Bo departed, freshwoman
Robin Kanter gushed, "You
see? You can get peppy with-
out pep pills!"
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