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September 10, 1992 - Image 63

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The Michigan Daily, 1992-09-10

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Hail to the victors valiant!
Hail to the conquering heroes!
Hail! Hail to Michigan,
Hail to the victors valiant!
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Hail! Hail to Michigan,
The champions of the West!
When Louis Elbel wrote t
Michigan's fight song
in 1898, he must have
been predicting the
success of Michigan athletics. While
Lhe Wolverines were not the~
"whampions of the West" during the
1991-92 season, eight teams won
their conference championships.
Here's a look at those teams and
others. And remember to learn those
words before the football team's
home opener.
Both the men's and women's
gymnastics teams celebrated their
best seasons ever last year. While
the men's team finished in the
middle of the pack, rookie Beth
Wymer led the women to their first
Big Ten Championship.
Jimmy King (pictured) and the Fab
Five led the Wolverines one step
away from a National Championship
after a third-place Big Ten finish.
The Wolverines continued their
reign over the Big Ten and the hearts
of Maize and Blue fans everywhere.
Desmond Howard's breathtaking
catches and runs added extra
"Magic" to the spectacular season.
All-American Denny Felsner led the
Michigan icers to their first CCHA
championship. The Wolverines also
qualified for the NCAA Final Four.
Despite a disappointing season, a
breath of hope comes to the
Wolverines in the form of new
coach Trish Roberts.
0Michigan excels not only at varsity
sports. The women's soccer club
won the Big Ten title last season.
The Wolverines continued their
dominance over the Big Ten. The
men won their seventh consecutive
title last year, and the women took
their sixth.
Michigan's final conference

Championship caefom te
softball ta.TeWolverines won a
Sig Ten-record 22 games on their
,W~ay to the title.
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