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Gillette took the snap and began
running. He received help from the
official who set a perfect pic and
then dashed towards the endzone.
This isn't the three-yards-in-a-
cloud-of-dust Bo we've come to
know.
Best All-Around Athlete
Tripp Welbourne
Welbourne will surely always
have a place in Bo Schembechler's
lineup. Consider that last spring the
sophomore moved from wide re-
ceiver to strong safety. He started.
Now he may move to the defensive
backfield for next year. Coming out
of high school, he was recruited to
play baseball by North Carolina.
Most Inspirational Talk
Bill Frieder
After Frieder orphaned his team,
he said he wanted to meet with the

team before their first game in the
NCAA Tournament in Atlanta. One
can only imagine what he told them.
And taking a line from the movie
Knut~e Rockne, All American, he
probably said, "Okay boys, go out
there and win one for the quitter."
Biggest Ending of A Streak
The Michigan Wrestling Team
The wrestling team handed Iowa
coach Dan Gable his first conference
loss in 98 consecutive dual meets.
Biggest Gag
The Michigan Wrestling Team
The Wolverines were expected to
win the Big Ten title this year but
came in a disappointing third as the
Iowa Hawkeye's claimed their 16th
consecutive conference title.
Biggest Gag, Part ii
Joe Pantaleo
Pantaleo cost the Wolverines
second place in the Big Ten

wrestling championships with two
careless mistakes. First he thought
the round was over and let up, and
then he misunderstood the criteria for
awarding an overtime victory.
Best Way to Carry on a
Tradition
The hockey team's helmets
After checking with football
coach Bo Schembechler for permis-
sion, hockey coach Red Berenson
decided to order hockey helmets
which resembled the football team's
famous-look head gear. The search
finally led him to a local car body
shop where he had them fine tune
the colors.The new helmets, com-
plete with maize slashes, debuted
during the playoffs.
Trio of Swim Champs
Ann Colloton, Brent Lang. and
Mike Barrowman
Three Michigan swimmers won
the national championships in their

respective catagories. Colloton won
the 200 yard-breaststroke, Lang won
the 50-yard freestyle and Barrowman
took the 200-yard breaststroke.
Most Maize-n-Blue
Carol Szczechowski
This women's basketball player
is an all-around star. From her
friendly, outgoing personality to her
exuberant play on the court, Carol
Szezchowski is filled with the
Michigan spirit.
Best Quote
Former Michigan basketball
coach Bill Frieder before Michi-
gan's first game against Illinois:
"Tell (Fighting Illini coach Lou)
Henson I'll bet him on the damn
game. Tell him to put up or shut
up. I'll bet him 500 dollars Illinois
wins."

Living Colour: On the

verge

of

Gill is the Daily

Sports Editor.

By Jean-Michel Creviere
Keeping an open mind. That's
what the band Living Colour is all
about.
With their recent appearance on
Saturday Night Live, coupled with
the heavy dose of play on MTV and
the popularity of the album, it's not
hard to see why Living Colour's
debut release jumped from 17 to 12
on Rolling Stone's album chart.
Through some stroke of luck, I
was able to get an interview with the
band's drummer, William Calhoun
- which for me is the greatest
accomplishment of my life. Back at
Berklee College of Music, in
Boston, I had the pleasure of playing
with Calhoun in the Quincy Jones
Orchestra. Even then, people knew
he was the best funk drummer at
Berklee. It used to pain me that upon
graduation from such a reputable
school, some guy with an image
might make a million bucks, and
Calhoun might become another

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Berklee,
on rehea
What? H
wind up
Belafont

legendary
musician. Reid is an outspoken member.
that didn't happen. After One of the reasons behind the
Calhoun was asked to sit in Black Rock Coalition, and indeed
arsals for Harry Belafonte. behind a band like Living Colour, is
low does a funk diummer outrage that just as you might not
in rehearsals for Harry hear artists like MC Hammer on
e? Keeping an open mind. "white" radio, you don't hear artists
like Robert Cray or Tracy Chapman
S -__- on "Black" radio.
This type of ignorance has been a
e ._ contributing factor to the slow rise
, of Living Colour. Even some record
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After the tour with Belafonte,
Calhoun got a call. A call from
Vernon Reid, band inspirateur, who
wanted to know if Calhoun could
make a gig that night. What? Learn
12 to 14 songs in an afternoon for a
gig that night? Keep an open mind...
Seems as though the two knew
each other from another encounter,
when Calhoun was trying to get his
former band "Dark Sarcasm" into the
Black Rock Coalition, of which

to put the album in the soul or rock
section.
Let me tell you, the album
definitely rocks. From beginning to
end, with the exception of a ballad-
like intro to "Letter to a Landlord,"
their third video release, this is hard-
edged, all-stops-pulled, non-stop
rock and roll. Ed Stasium, album
producer, did an excellent job of
capturing the emotion and energy of
the band.
See Living Colour, Page 6

Living Colour breaks musical boundr
music.

Best Comeback goes to Val
Hall.

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Barrence is hip,
By Jed Thompson Look, I don
Hey!....Hey!! Barrence Whitfield sic. IfI want re
and the Savages are coming.....Hey!! Big Chill soup
Oh man, I am not reading another get me out to
stupid prep: for a stupid band I've some goon imit
never heard of. Not funny.
Bad move, Ace. This band will sic. You heardI
make you move, I mean these guys music, right? A
are hot! Hot! Screaming soul and is nobody's reu
rocking rhythm and blues, they've anachronistic,
got it! Just because you haven't tysomething ga
heard of them doesn't mean they oldies station;t
aren't good. They're huge in Eng- music. Geor
land! showed up att
Yeah, them and Slim Whitman in Ann Arbor(
and Richard Clayderman. I wonder tra flavor to an
if the Opinion section is any more sundae). Littl
entertaining... show in Eng
Hey, Mr. Hostile, get back here. Hitchcock; bod
I'm not joking; these guys can make shows (soon t
the room spin. You'll be on the renowned cx
floor, begging for more. Shaking shout and so
your tailfeather, getting it all to- Barry White)
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This is not old mu-
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