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The Michigan Daily - Thursday, January 5, 1989- Page 3

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Michigan players and
supporters hail the
champions of the West.

ROSE BOW1
PASADENA
TOURNAMENT
OF ROSES"

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JOHN MUNSON/Doily
The drum section of the 225-member Michigan Marching Band warms up before marching in the .
Tournament of Roses Parade.

ROBIN LOZNAK/Daily
Roses mark the site of the 75th Rose Bowl Game in
sunny Pasedena, California.

JOHN MUNSON/Doily
1983 LSA graduate Garland Campbell salutes the Michigan team's
convoy as it enters the stadium.

ROBIN LOZNAK/DaiIr
David Arnold, Brent White, and Mark Gutzwiller celebrate their Wolverine Rose Bowl victory.

Continued from Page 1
With the win, the Wolverines (9-
2-1) climbed from No. 11 to No. 4
in both polls; The Trojans sank
from fifth to seventh. It marks
Michigan's second top-five finish in
the last four years. The Wolverines
have won three of their last four
bowl games, including two straight.
Bowl jinx? What bowl jinx?
"It's a tremendous feeling," senior
defensive tackle Mark Messner said.
"It's a feeling that personally I think
we should have felt all year. We're
this close away (holding his thumb
.and his index finger narrowly apart)
from being the No. 1 team in the
country."
The state of Michigan has
cornered the Rose Bowl, dominated
in recent years by the Pac-10. With
Michigan State's triumph last year
over the Trojans and Michigan's win
this year, the Big Ten has won back-
to-back Rose Bowls for the first
time since 1964-65.
Hoard provided the play of the
game this year with 5:28 left in the
fourth quarter and the Wolverines
leading, 15-14. The bruising back
grabbed a handoff from quarterback
Demetrius Brown, left would-be
Trojan tacklers grasping at the air,
and rambled 61 yards to USC's nine-
yard line before Chris Hale finally
yanked him down.
"I mean, he just ran possessed,"
Schembechler said. "That was a
*reat, great run."
SAID HOARD, only a
4ophomore, "It seemed like I was

running backwards because everyone
was catching up."
Hoard played an instrumental role
in Michigan's march toward its Rose
Bowl crown. He gained 565 of his
752 rushing yards in his last five
games. He led the team in.rushing in
four of those contests.
"I like Leroy," Schembechler
said. "He's a dangerous guy with the
football. When you want tough
yardage, I don't think there's a better
man around. Just hand him the
football, and something good is
going to happen."
EVERYONE wanted to know
after the game what Schembechler
said at halftime that sparked Hoard
and the rest of the Michigan team.
But Schembechler used no magic
potions, no fiery speeches.
"We came in at halftime, no real
pep talk, no real big adjustments,"
senior flanker John Kolesar said.
"It's just execution in the second
half that won the game."~
Trojan quarterback Rodney Peete
said: "Everybody was fired up at
halftime and ready to get out for the
second half. I don't know why we
didn't come out to play."
Peete, a senior and Heisman
Trophy runner-up, failed to win a
bowl game in his four years at USC.
Expect the unexpected.
UM News in
The Daily
764-0552

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ATTENTION TALE N T ED PEOPLE!
Do you want to "show off?
STARBOUND, a campus-wide talent
competition, is looking for you! Come
find out all about us and sign up for
auditions on Sunday, January 8 in room
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If you want to be a, part of what goes on
behind the scenes--no ex perience
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Musicians * Performers - Technicians
Intrivmews tOr tec hnical positions and lerenstain Bears1> will begin
When registrati"n opens. Auditions for singers. musicians and
em'eCs will hegin as soon as these mterviews are completed.

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BEREA. OHIO:
Tuesday, Jan. 10
Baldwin-Wailace College
Kulas Musical Arts Building
Registration: 2:30 - 4:30 p m.
COLUMBUS, OHIO:
Wednesday, Jan. 11
Ohio State University
Hughes Hall
Registration: 5:301 - 8:30 pm.
DAYTON, OHIO:
Thursday, Jan. 12
Ramada Inn Airport (North)
4079 Little York Road
Registration: 2:30 - 5:30 p m.
BOWLING GREEN, OHIO:
Friday, Jan. 13
Bowling Green State University
University Union - Ohio Suite
Registration: 11:30 a.m. -3 p.m.
ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN:
Monday, Jan. 16
University of Michigan
Michigan Union - Anderson Rm.
Registration: 2:30 - 5:30p.m.
MT. PLEASANT, MICHIGAN:
Tuesday, Jan. 17
Central Michigan University
Nional C. Bovce Univ. Center
Registration: 2:30 - 5:30 p.n
YPSILANTI, MICHIGAN:
Wednesday, Jan. 18
Eastern Michigan University
Mcenn nion
Registration: 2:30. - 4:3(0 p.m.

M'NCIE, INDIANA:
Tuesday, Jan. 24
Signature Inn
Corner of McGalliard and
Bethel Roads
Registration1:30 - 4:30 p:m.
BLOOMINGTON, INDIANA:
Wednesday, Jan.25
Indiana University
Indiana Memorial Union.-
Alumni flail
Registration: 2:30 - 4:30 p.m.
URBANA, ILLINOIS:
Thursday, Jan. 26
University of Illinois
at Urbana-Champaign
Krannert Center for the
Performing Arts
Registration: 6- 8 p.m.
KENT, OHIO:
Monday, Jan. 30
Kent State University
Student Center - Third Floor
Registration: 2:30 - 5:30 p.m.
PIfTSBURGH, PA.:
Tuesday, Jan. 31
University Inn
Forbies at McKee Place
Registration: 2:3) - 5:30 p.m.
AKRON, OHIO:
Wednesday, Feb. 1
University of Akron
Gardner Student Center
Registration: 2 - 5 p.m.
SANDUSKY, OHIO:
Thursday, Feb. 2
Cedar Point
Park Attractions Office
Rehearsal Studios
Registration: 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
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KALAMAZOO, MICHIGAN:
Thursday, Jan. 19
Western Miichigan U niversity
D~alton Center, School of Music
(Park at Miller Auditorium)
Registration: 2:30 -:5:30 p.m.

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