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Tuesday, September 11, 2007 -11

From page 10
The change has paid immedi-
ate dividends as Draves won the
Miami (Ohio) University Invita-
tional MVP award two weekends
Draves also attributes her suc-
cess to increased mental strength
on the court than in the past. She's
more aware of who she is as a per-
son off the court and, in turn, that
has led her to being more confident
on the court.
From page 10
Win, lose or draw, we should
be having fun. It's simple: If
someone is booing and you don't
like it, ignore it and cheer loud-
If you see someone that is
watching the game through rose-
colored glasses, leave him alone.
It's not easy seeing the glass half
full when the rest of the country
views it as completely empty.
We shouldn't be at each other's
throats during a game. We're all
rooting for the same team, right?
We all just have different ways
of coping with bad losses. And
considering it hasn't been this

"She's always been a leader to
me," said sophomore right side
Cassie Petoskey, who Draves
coached in middle school. "I've
always looked up to her. But,
this year, she's leading the whole
Draves said she knows how
she played in practice the last few
years, but her parents weren't
there to see. So she was excited
to come home to Cliff Keen Arena
last weekend because they could
see her compete. Still, even those
who watch her every day enjoy
seeing Draves thrive.
bad since the Johnson adminis-
tration, we shouldn't get too bent
out of shape for not really know-
ing how to react properly.
We should try to enjoy our-
selves as best we can. It's Michi-
gan football. It's the Big House.
And it's the best experience I've
had here.
Two bad games, or even a bad
season, can't erase the years of
tradition both the football pro-
gram and the school have.
It always has and always will
be great to be a Michigan Wol-
Let's not allow a couple of bad
games to ruin that.
- Bosch can be reached at

"I think she's a great success
story for what hard work and dili-
gence and patience and effort and
all that stuff speaks to because
she's getting everything she
deserves right now because she's
worked really hard," Michigan
coach Mark Rosen said. "There's
nobody on our team who's worked
harder than her over the last four
senior year is really awesome.
"It's the way the world should
work. It's not how the world
always works,but it's how it should


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