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Best and worst in the world of Sports

A Luxury Condominium of Your Own
for the Price of the Dorm or an Apartme

By Mike Gill
As Auld Lang Syne rings down
upon another school year, it is safe
to say that it has been a pretty good
year in Michigan sports.
Pretty good?
All right, a great year - Bill
Frieder lives in Arizona now.
Joking aside, when you combine
a national championship in basket-
ball with a Rose Bowl victory in
football, it seems as though the un-
likely combination of wins would be
enough to incite a riot - which it
did.
The 1988-89 sports season was
filled with special moments that will
not soon be forgotten. So here it is,
all of Michigan .sports - the good,
the bad, the ugly - you've got the
idea.
Best Moment
11:30 p.m. EDT April 3, 1989
Who could ever forget it? If any-
one remembers the exact time, more
power to them. However, judging
from the crowd gathered at Church
Street and South University, most
people just seemed lucky enough to
know and remember that Michigan
won. Somewhere in April 3's final
hour, Michigan beat Seton Hall for
basketball's national championship.

Best Athlete Glen Rice
Remember way back in Michi-
gan's tournament run, down in At-
lanta when Michigan battled South
Alabama? CBS-TV caught a shot of
Athletic Director Bo Schembechler
with both hands raised into the air, a
huge smile on his face after Rice
bombed from three-point range to
put Michigan in control. That's
Glen Rice. The three-point machine.
Most Humble New basketball
coach Steve Fisher
Last Monday, after being an-
nounced as the permanent replace-
ment to Bill Frieder, Associated
Press writer Harry Atkins approached
Fisher and said, "Hi Steve, I'm
Harry Atkins from the Associated
Press."
Fisher replied, "Hi, I'm Steve
Fisher."
After Fisher first became interim
coach, he would begin each press
conference by stating, "For those of
you who don't know me, I'm Steve
Fisher..."
And he probably will still be do-
ing it next year.
Classless Manuever of the
Year Women's Basketball Coach
Continued on Page 19

Highs and lows,
but mostly highs
for 'M' sports

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Glen Rice is our best athlete of the year.

WEEKEND/DAVID LUBLINER

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