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ROYALTIES
Continued from Page 1
solely to the national championship
goods.
The area store's staff also had to work
many extra hours to keep up with the
increase in business. "We usually see a
lull in sales in January, February and
March," Switzer said. "This year we
never saw that lull. We kept on all of our
staff during those months."
Both Switzer and VanDe Wege said
that business has dropped some since the
incredible rush right after the Rose Bowl
victory.

He added that with orientation stu-
dents and out-of-town guests in Ann
Arbor for the upcoming art fair wanting
to show their new school spirit, the
merchandise is still selling fairly well.
The retail sportswear stores are also
expecting another rush of business once
football season starts up again in the
fall and students return to campus.
VanDeWege said he knows that he
has at least six more months of record
sales from Rose Bowl and national
championship.
"A national championship has a life
span until you are not national cham-
pions anymore," VanDe Wege said.

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STO RMer than two feet' Romelhardt said. "A lot downpour.
of basements started to flood.' But one of his housemates was not so
Continued from Page 1 But the flooding was not limited to lucky.
entire day because of it,' Koll said. ground-floor apartments. The rain man- "The car had puddles of water in it
LSA senior Andrew Romelhardt and aged to turn campus streets into a Romelhardt said. "We had to scoop th
his neighbors were among those who watery playground. water out and vacuum the carpet down.'
had to deal with larger problems - in "Water was even coming through car The storm left nearly as abruptly
particular, rapidly rising waters. doors;" Romelhardt said. "In a few as it came. Within an hour, the
The rain fell so hard and quickly that instances, some cars that were being waters had receded, leaving
storm sewers filled up and were not driven stalled and practically started to drenched vehicles, puddle-filled
able to drain the water fast enough, float away." streets and frazzled Ann Arbor resi-
Romelhardt said. Romelhardt said he was lucky - he dents in its wake.
"Mary Court and the adjacent street was able to park on higher ground so "I couldn't believe all the rain,
had flooded... some parts probably high- that his car was not affected by the Romelhardt said.
"I didn't have a car," Davis said. "I booed the introduction of Michigan
had to work.' Governor John Engler, who pro-
Continued from Page 1 Not too many students turned out claimed June 18 "Red Wings Day"
made the trek to downtown motown to see team owner Mike Llitch glid- throughout the state.
for the second straight Stanley Cup ing quickly past at the head of a The proclamation quieted the
celebration. parade, saving the glory for last-sea- fans somewhat, and Engler managed
Education student and recent LSA son's backup goalie Chris Osgood, to draw cheers with his observation
graduate Jeff Davis missed the who brought up the rear. of last year's accident that paralyzed
parade last year. Or even to see 1.2 million people all defenseman Vladimir Konstantinov
He could not make it this time agreeing on the same thing. and team masseur Sergei
around, either. Even when politicians stuck their Mnatsakonov.
fractious paws into the revelry, the The Red Wings "didn't lose a sup
crowd found something to agree on. star" Engler said. "They gained a guid-
- -t The assembled masses roundly ing star"
Fox pleads gulty
. to char of assault
Fromsare xis Detroit Free Press last week.
MN e an 0 Former Michigan defenseman But the maximum sentence Fox
Chris Fox pled guilty to an assault faces is 10 years in prison.
charge in Oakland County Circuit Fox was charged with the crime in
CnCourt June 18. The charges stem early January.
from an incident last June 15. Fox, his attorney Steven Fishman
" The plaintiff, Robert Thomas of and Gregg Malicke, Fox's teammate
Waterford Township, alleges that Fox on both the summer league team and
o struck him in the face with his stick, at Michigan were not available for
If the judge who will sentence Fox comment this week.
O follows state guidelines, Fox will Fox may be planning to play in
likely receive only probation, European league soon, pending h
Assistant Oakland County sentencing, which will take place
June 23, 1998 Prost;cutor Paul Walton told the July 15.
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