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CLEANING THF RIG HOUSE A : ter hot chocolate cups and candy wrappers were left behind, Gabriel Richard High School cleaned up the Big House on Sunday mornings following football Saturdays. With record attendance reaching 111 ,575 at the Ohio State game, adoring fans loyally filled the stadium to maximum capacity in order to honor the University ' s esteemed football team and celebrated marching band. With over 100,000 students, faculty and excited family members at each game, the stadium took a beating along with the opposing team. In its 20th year of service, Gabriel Richard High School cleaned up the majority of the Big House from 7:00 a.m. until noon as a fundraiser between the University and the high school. The University arranged a church service for students and parents before they began cleaning, which was held in the stadium or in Crisler Arena depending upon the weather. Despite the presence of looming rain clouds or shining sun, hardworking students and parents divided the inside and outside of the stadium into sections before tackling the clean up. Separating the recyclable items from the trash, these workers bagged Thousands of people walk -Laround the Big House prior to the start of football games. Plastic trash cans do- nated by Absopure were placed strategically on the stadium grounds to keep the area clean. pholo by Mira Dontcheva the respective debris for the University ' s grounds department trucks to st ; until Monday ' s final disposal. Senior Associate Athletic Director Mike Steven commented that " the University is very conscious about recycling. " Univer y employees ultimately hauled away the day-old programs and remaining rel e in four enormous grounds department trucks. University staff arrived after the 75- 1 00 students and parents had left ; prepared to repair the field. The aftermath of the game demanded rom irrigation on Sundays, and more intensive restoration on Mondays. Univer staff rolled and seeded the field, attending to any damage when needed. Anyone associated with football Saturdays established a routine for day. Spirited students woke up salivating for grilled hamburgers prepare pre-game parties, and proud alumni set up their tail gates in anticipatio another maize and blue victory. Although Gabriel Richard High School not have been present to watch the stunning football teams, the roaring crc or the inspiring marching bands, they supported their fundraiser and sei stage for their tradition to continue for many football seasons to come. by Samantha G, * put i ' . ' ' . iousc
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Erin Lumpkins puts this state of the art tech- nology into action for an in- jured calf muscle. The result was a quick recovery. photo by Jennifer Johnson Student trainers gain valuable experience by working with injured Wolver- ine athletes. Carrie Docherty aided this track and field star with his recovery from knee surgery. photo by Jennifer Johnson Although trainers use the latest innovations in the field, it is often up to the athletes themselves to recuper- ate. This athlete put in the long hours neccessary to re- covery from his injury. photo by Jennifet Johnson Inside Sports 4 189
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ver 11 0,000 people pack the Big House for a ligan football game, n the game was over, iands of cups, marshmal- and papers were seat- throughout the stadium. by Mira Dontcheva Inside Sports
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