---The Weekly Daily Line
The Michigan Daily - Friday, November 16, 1984- page 11
It has arrived. The pinnacle of the 1984 college football
season is upon us. Tomorrow is the Michigan-Ohio State
And who else could be this week's special guest other than
Rick Leach-the greatest winner in the history of Wolverine
ALTHOUGH MICHIGAN has fielded quarterbacks with
more pure physical ability, no other Wolverine signal caller
has had or is likely to ever have such phenomenal success.
Bo Schembechler inserted Leach into the starting lineup as
a freshman, back in 1975. 't'hat year Micnigan was un-
defeated in the Big Ten going into the Ohio State game. But
the Buckeyes won that game and sent the Wolverines to the.
Leach never lost another Ohio State game, leading the
Wolverines to three consecutive Rose Bowls ('76-'78). In '76
Michigan annihilated the Buckeyes, 22-0 in Columbus. In '77
the Wolverines took a 14-6 victory and in '78 OSU was beaten
"MY TWO MOST satisfying (Ohio State) game were in '76
when I was a sophomore and in '78 when I was a senior,"
said Leach last week. "The win in '76 was in Columbus and
was Bo's first win ever at Ohio State. And then beating them
again in Columbus in '78 was special."
Leach's record in his four years as a starter was 38-8-2. And
he still holds the team records for most plays and most
touchdown passes. No one is more qualified to pick this
game, than Ricky Leach.
Ask not for whom. the (mid-
night) bell tolls. It tolls for thee.
That's right. Tonight at midnight,
your last chance to play Griddes
in the 1984 season is gone. Kaput.
Final. It has been a glorious year
for Griddes, but alas all good
things must end.
Even if you never did win that
free, small, one-item pizza from
Pizza Bob's (and there still is a
chance that you could win), let's
face it-we've all learned a little
about oursleves. Playing Griddes
has made all of us a bit more
well-rounded. And if you have yet
to play this year, bring your picks
down to the Daily. Do if for your-
selves, not us.
1. MICHIGAN at Ohio St. (pick score)
2. Iowa at Minnesota
3. Wisconsin at Michigan State
4. Indiana at Purdue
5. Washington at Washington St.
6. Oklahoma at Nebraska
7. Texas at TCU
8. Georgia at Auburn
9. Florida at Kentucky
10. USC at UCLA
11. Syracuse at Boston College
12. SMU at Texas Tech
13. Colgate at Rutgers
14. So. Carolina St. at Appalachian St.
15. Yale at Harvard
16. Lehigh at Lafayette
17. James Madison at Towson St.
18. Idaho at Boise St.
19. Penn St. at Notre Dame
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NEW YORK (AP) - Mark Breland,
the Olympic welterweight champion,
came home to Madison Square Garden
where he had heard the cheers as an
amateur star, and won his pro debut
last night over Dwight Williams in a
Breland won a unanimous decision
and capped a 6-0 performance by
Olympic medalists in their first pro
Tyrell Biggs, the Olympic
superheavyweight champ, also needed
six rounds to win. Two other gold
medalists, lightweight Pernell
Whitaker and featherweight Meldrick
Taylor, who was fighting as a light-
weight, won on early round knockouts.
pLight heavyweight Evander*
Holyfield won a unanimous decision
and middleweight Virgil Hill won by
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R oger Bergeron has been Labatt's brewmaster
for over a quarter of a century. During that
time, Labatt's has become the number one be.
These are excerpts from
recent conversation with him.
Thoughts on Labatt's taste: "Most of
what you taste, or don't taste, in any
beer is the hops...They use a lot of
hops in the Europeans, which is why
they have the heavy taste... and the
Americans are much lighter, of course.
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Lare a lot of bunk-very political...The
.' International Brewers' Exposition,
though, that's the one for the
experts...No weaklings get very
far...When we won the gold in that
test, we beat eighty of the finest beers
in the world..."
.. We've spent years tinkering with
hops to find the perfect balance..."
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the 'perfect beer, and I just smiled
modestly...But the Labatt's that people
drink is pretty damn close...because if it
isn't, it doesn't get out of the brewery..."
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