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Topic - Mike Janela
New Jersey used a record-breaking gesture Friday to celebrate its recovery from a record-setting storm, proclaiming to the nation that the Jersey shore is back in business following Superstorm Sandy.
The folks at Guinness World Records have a final attendance figure for last month's outdoor hockey game at Michigan Stadium.
Janela says his organization's figure doesn't count people such as concession workers, maintenance crews and members of the media, which may help account for the discrepancy between the Guinness number and the school's.
Guinness records manager Mike Janela says 104,173 showed up for the game between Michigan and Michigan State on Dec. 11, which easily broke the previous world attendance record for a hockey game of 77,803.