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Page 10-Thursday, December 9, 1982-The Michigan Daily
BRUINS WON MOST RECENT BA
Michigan versus UCLA

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this is the first time in UCLA history
we've beat them. You just live for days
like this."
WITH THE UCLA ground game sput-
tering all afternoon, it was up to quar-
terback Tom Ramsey to carry his team
to victory. And the senior responded in
splendid fashion, throwing for 311 yards
and completing 22 of 37 passes.
"He was fabulous today," said
Donahue. "He just did everything he
was told. He definitely kept us in the
ballgame since we couldn't run at all
against Michigan."
Although they did in fact lose, the

Wolverines certainly were given a
,golden opportunity to win the game.
With slightly more than a minute to
left in the game, UCLA had the ball on
second down at the Michigan 28-yard
line and the Wolverines had but a single
timeout remaining.
ALL THE Bruins had to do was fall on
the ball a couple of times and let the
clock run out. Instead, Ramsey attem-
pted to. pitch the ball to his trailing
back. The attempt was unsuccessful
and Michigan recovered the fumble on
its own 48-yard line. With :02 left, the
Wolverines had the ball on the UCLA

eight-yard line. Smith to
Carter in the left corner
Carter never reached t
Bruins were victorious,
relieved.
"We were fortnate
top,", said Ramsey.
barroom brawl out
remember another vict
Schembechler, m
philosophical in defe,
have to score in the la,
the game, you're push
he said. "We just ran ou
HE ALSO proved t

-take three
fted a pass for when his squad's 1-2 record was men-
of the endzone. tioned.
he ball and the "The last time this happened to us
not to mention (1980), we won the Big Ten title,
although I'm not saying that'll happen
to come out on again," he said.
"It was like a
there. I can't One thing that Schembechler did
ory like this." guarantee, was that Smith would retain
eanwhile, was his starting quarterback duties even
at. "When you though the junior had a subpar perfor-
st minute to win mance the previous week against Notre
ing your luck," Dame and only completed 37 passes
it of time." against UCLA, three of which were in-
o be prophetic tercepted.
"He's our quarterback and he'll con-
tinue to be our quarterback," said
Schembechler. "You can write what
you want, but it won't change my
mind."
After the game, Schembechler said
that starting defensive back Brad
Cochran had not suited up because he
had quit the team. Schembechler also
lost a starter the previous time his
squad played UCLA. After the
Bluebonnet Bowl game of the previous
season, Muransky-an All-American
tackle-announced that he was turning
pro rather than return to Michigan as a
fifth-year senior.

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vacation for skiing in the Cascade
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referring to Michigan's rather small
hills.
This winter will be the ninth skiing
season for LSA sophomore Lonnette
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First thing you must do is to
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call all your friends and head for the
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While traying, start on the small hills
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