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January 08, 1983 - Image 6

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Page 6 -Saturday, January 8, 1983

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A bouncing Wolverine cheerleader shows his support for a
losing cause.

Wolverine head coach Bo Schembechler explains the disappointing game at a press
conference...

... and Bruin coach Terry Donahue congrn
sideline.
It's Only a Game
Fortunately for rabid Wolverine fans, the
week preceding the big game in Pasadena 4
was preceded by all kinds of fun. The floats,
bands, rallies, smiling faces, and the L.A.
party-town atmosphere provided more than
enough distractions for visiting Michigan-
ders. With Disneyland in one direction and
Hollywood in another, visitors were faced
with lots of tough decisions. A good time
was had by all, according to most accoun-
ts-until 2 p.m. PST. After the opening
kickoff, UCLA showed an international
audience it had the better team by a score of
24-14. And Bo was bummed. And Michigan
was bummed. But the game was relatively
short, and people, looking back, were heard
to say, 'There's always next year.' Indeed
For more California tales, see today's Sports page
Photos by Deborah Lewis, Brian Masck, and Jeff Schrl

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