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Page 4 -The Michigan Daily - Rose Bowl Preview - December 10, 1992

DURST
Continued from page 1
don a cap and gown and wait in line
for the last time at Michigan, and it
would be nice to cap off the three-
and-a-half years with something I
have yet to experience in college.
I'm sure there are some other guys,
namely the Wolverine seniors, who
feel the same way.
Yet when it comes to the Rose
Bowl, the cliche really doesn't hold
-winning isn't everything. It's defi-
nitely a sought-after bonus, buta great
percentage of the accomplishment is
getting there and participating in it
all; you have to get there in order to
win. The Rose Bowl always means

something. It just seems that the fact
you're there means something.
Maybe it's just me. Maybe be-
cause I'm a Michigander and have
been brainwashed by alumni parents
and a childhood filled with Saturdays
' of Ufer ranting excitedly about the
greatest team in the world on its way
to the greatest bowl.
But there are others who haven't
shared those experiences that still feel
the same way - that making it to the
Rose Bowl is a legitimate goal. It's
the seniors who helped capture five
straight Big Ten titles.
That's what they did to get to this
Rose Bowl, and now their accom-
plishment is not supposed to mean
anything because the national cham-

pionship isn't on the line.
Maybe people have gotten a bit
jaded.
If nothing else it's the only bowl
left without some idiotic sponsor name
attached to it. That has to mean some-
thing, if corporate America won't
mess with it to try to make a buck.
And one the stupid bowl coalition
won't touch. It knows enough not to
trivialize tradition
Others don't afpear to know that
much. It seems thai the gourmet meal
doesn't satisfy anmore; all people
want is the whol smorgasbord or
nothing.
If you're one of these people, just
keep in mind - you could be one of
the ones out there starving.
In 1981, Michigan defeated
Washington in the Rose
Bowl, 23-6

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Bring your picks to the Student Publications building at 420 Maynard by Dec. 17 for your chance to win a
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Rose: Michigan vs. Washington - Jan. 1

Liberty: Air Force vs. Mississippi -- Dec. 31

Silver: Bowling Green vs. Nevada-Reno - Dec. 18 Hall of Fame: BC vs. Tennessee - Jan. 1

Aloha: Brigham Young vs. Kansas - Dec. 25
Copper: Washington State vs. Utah'- Dec. 29
Freedom: USC vs. Fresno State - Dec. 29
Holiday: Hawaii vs. Illinois - Dec. 30

Cotton: Texas A&M vs. Notre Dame - Jan. 1
Citrus: Ohio State vs.Georgia - Jan. 1
Blockbuster: Penn State vs. Stanford - Jan. 1
Fiesta: Colorado vs. Syracuse - Jan. 1

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Independence: Wake Forest vs. Oregon - Dec. 31 Orange: Florida State vs Nebraska - Jani.
John Hancock: Arizona vs. Baylor - Dec. 31 Sugar: Miami (Fla.) v.. Alabama - Jan. 1
Gator: North Carolina State vs. Florida - Dec. 31 Peach: Mississippi State vs. North Carolina-- Jan 2
Tiebreaker: Total points, Michigan vs. Washington:

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WAY TO

GO

WOLVERINES!!

The Collegiate Licensing Company
congratulates the Michigan Wolverines on
their trip to the Rose Bowl and another great
football season!
And Fans...don't forget to continue your support of the
Wolverines off of the field by purchasing only "Officially
Licensed" UM merchandise and souvenirs.
How do you know it's official?.. it carries this label
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Go Blue!

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