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Cornell to advance to the quarterfi-
nals, where the Wolverines finally "i'
fell to Boston University. ,s'~ "~~'.
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After losing four, starters to the
NBA draft, Wolverine coach Steve '~'. ,. ,..'. . .
Fisher knew he had some rebuilding ;
to do. Michigan struggled to its , v9 r;.,
first losing season in nine year s, but '
the ahipign ilid not lack excite- '.,4
~ment. Fisher has Maize and Blue " ,4
Wfans eager with anticipation over :44,
this season after signing the nation's '~[:.
top recruiting class. 4
Football ' T,..6
Ahi, the king. In his second season ¢~'L'"
as coach, Gary Moeller has one of
the finest teams in the country. Y'a'44'< ~ .44"44
Flanker Desmond Howard and quar- 4.1*,
terback Elvis Grbac lead an offense v 3 H ,
that prmssto put upsome /b.ig,444/4
numbers. After the early departure 'Y
of Jon Vaughn, tailback Ricky Pow- .
ers (right) promises to continue the
long line of great Wolverine run-.4, -
ners.See Page 5
'>olverine coach Jon Urbanchek
was' selected to coach the 1992.
United States OlympictemThW
adjustment should be eam. The Ur-4.:s". .~K
banchek, since he coaches world-444/.144.".', .."/
class athletes all the time; World x 4,r,~
record holder MieBarrowman led t r t~ z
Michigan sit osctie. 4P
cneuiea sith"ra"'I /p i
Ten title last season.y /'
While the ida of tenis sa em "%M''
sport initially seemsq fforeign, both
the men and wome neter showYl 6
just how competitive the team. .':4"
aspect of the sport can be.
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B asketball .4144 s441'44,,.4s..
9 More than just the "other" bas- >'4
ketball te m co c Bud Van ,Er,114;. 4t# 5'.
velop its ow identity. Two 5sx 1 Y 4 1 s'f rru rs years ;'2'.. ...4..
ago, th emqualified for the
NCAA tournament, and although it i> ~ ;'4.m 1ry9 3 r r /'
failed to do the same this year,
Michigan gav even" the top" teamsWA a s' !
run for their money. ,4.
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