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Though Shannon Crowell was stopped on the Wolverine one yard line, Cleveland Gary rushed for the touchdown on the following play. The Canes had to rally in the fourth quarter t o beat l ichigan, 31-30. photos by Rhona Wise Opening 7
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1 tober 15 an event that will be remembered by Miami fans forever occurred-the Hurricanes lost. In South Bend, Indiana, one of the greatest games in recent college football history matched two undefeated teams, the fourth ranked Notre Dame Fighting Irish and number one Miami. The game ended with the Irish taking a one point win, when a two-point con- version within the final minute of the game failed for Miami. Outside collegiate sports, the world ' s atten- tion turned the twenty- fourth Olympic games in Seoul, Korea. Seven past or present Miami students, two representing the Unit- ed States, participated in swimming, diving, and baseball. Wendy Williams, a member of the Hurricane diving team, won the bronze medal in women ' s 10-meter platform diving. Former Miami baseball star Mike Fiore played for the United States gold medal winning team that defeated Japan in the championship game of the demonstration sport. The presidential cam- Orange and green colors dot a ca- pacity crowd of more than 105,000 in Michigan Stadium in Ann Arbor, Michigan. One loyal Miami fan boasts her favorite team to nation- al television cameras. paign trails of Vice-Presi- dent George Bush and Massachusetts Governor Michael Dukakis wound down as the November 8 Election Day drew closer. George Bush survived the i A Junior quarterback Steve Walsh and wide receiver Andre Brown signal a first quarter touchdown. Fullback Cleveland Gary scored on a short yardage run to give Mi- ami the lead over Michigan. 6 Opening
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ipmmml ilimDm 1 harsh campaign and criti- cism of his running mate, Indiana Senator Dan Qua- lye, to be elected the na- tion ' s forty-first President. Above all, the time most important to students was the time shared with oth- ers. Friendships produced those memories of college prominent to us all. Due to a restructuring in our so- cial lives, the weekends were not necessarily the best time to party; they were simply the most tra- ditional. The Rathskellar remained perhaps the most popular social gathering spot on campus. Friday Happy Hours were consis- tently filled to capacity to the point where late- comers were turned away due to overcrowding. Due to events such as Lambda Chi ' s Christmas in Octo- ber and Sigma Alpha Epsi- lon ' s Sun Splash Bash, fraternity row was the cap- ital of campus parties. Weekend entertainment After a long day of classes, stu- dents deserve a time to simply re- lax. Two girls talk outside the Learning Center while enjoying the afternoon sun. Dedication to success most fre- quently calls for extra effort and long hours. In the early morning hours, the mens ' crew team prac- tices at the li liami Rowing Club on Key Biscayne. Peter Paoliceili 8 Opening
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