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PAGE EIGHT THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER, 29, 1982

Wolverine

World

Champs

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Football

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VOL. I, No. 1 ANN ARBOR, MICH., SEPT. 29, 1962 TEN CENTS
The LINEUPS

Nebraska
Donovan
Fischer
Carlson
Michka
Brown
Voss
Callahan
Claridge
Ross
Stuewe
Powers

Pos.
LE
LT
LG
C
RG
RT
RE
QB
LH
RH
FB

Michigan
Brown
Houtman
Marcum
Muir
Minko
O'Donnell
Ward
Glinka
Chapman
Raimey
Dodd

John Kerr Fritz Fisher
. . crafty southpaw . . . . flamethrowing lefthander

Dave Roebuck
. . , curveballing righty

Team Balance Won Titles

NEBRASKA
FACTS
Nickname-Cornhuskers
Enrollment-9,436
Home-Lincoln, Neb.
Conference-Big Eight
Chancellor-Dr. Clifford H. Har-
din
Stadium-Memorial, 40,000
Colors-Scarlet and Cream
Head Coach-Bob Devaney
Coaching Staff-Jim Ross, ends
and defensive backs. Mike Corgan,
offensive backfield. Carl Selmer,
offensive line. Gene Kelly, defen-
sive line, John Melton~, freshmen,
Cletus Fischer, freshman assist-
ant.

By JOHN SCOCHIN
Michigan made it big in baseball last season.
It won the NCAA title, stopped to take a breath,
then bested Japan's Hosei University in the best
of five series for the world's collegiate crown.
This was the same Michigan team which lost
its two top stars, catcher Bill Freehan and pitcher
Mike Joyce, to major league bonuses and seemed
destined to an also-ran's position early in the
spring. The Wolverines, however, used great bal-
ance, an alert defense, and clutch hitting to climb
up the ladder of baseball supremacy.
At Omaha in the two-game knockout NCAA
finals Michigan edged top rated Texas in the opener
on Ron Tate's two-out home run in the last of

the ninth with one mate aboard. The 'M' nine then
rode through Holy Cross and Florida before drop-
ping their first decision in a rematch with Texas.
Reliefer Jim Bobel broke up the fifteen-inning
title game with a run scoring single to beat Santa
Clara and Bob Garibaldi, the nation's top college
hurler, 5 to 4.
In Hawaii Michigan moundsman Fritz Fisher
pitched a three-hitter in the final game to help his
teammates toward a 3 to 1 victory and the first
world collegiate championship.
The players pictured on this page and Harvey
Chapman, who is starting in today's game at left
halfback, were the mainstays of Michigan's suc-
cessful baseball team of last season.

NEBRASKA BACKFIELD-These four backs are expected to give
Michigan plenty of trouble today. They are quarterback Dennis
Claridge (upper left), halfbacks Willie Ross (upper right) and
Dennis Stuewe (lower right), and fullback Warren Power

MICHIGAN BACKFIELD--This quar
by quarterback Dave Glinka (upper i
mey (upper right) will lead Michig
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Joe Merullo
. . . . veteran backstop

Jim Steckley
. . . . slugging leftfielder

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NEBRASKA

Captain Ed Hood Dennis Spalla
. . . . team leader ... leading hitter
Pictures by Bruce Taylor

10-Rogers, Bill ........ RG 5-11
12-Tucker, Doug .. GB 5-11
14-Claridge, Dennis* .... QB 6-3
15-Faiman, John*...... QB 6-2
20-Powers, Warren* .... LH 6-1
21-Ross, Willie*.........LH 5-10
22-Schmidt, Maynard .. LH 5-10
23-Theisen, Dave .......LH 6-2
24-Vujevich, John .......LH 5-10
30-Thornton, Bill* .......FB 6-0
31-Johnson, Rudy*"..... RH 5-11
32-McCloughan, Kent .. RH 6-1
33-Paschall, Willie .... RH 5-9
34-Stuewe, Dennis* .... RH 6-0
35-Sebastian, John .... RH 5-10
37--Peterson, Robert .... RT 6-1
40-Koehler, Mike .......FB 6-1
41-McNulty, Joe .........FB 5-11
42-Martin, Noel* ........FB 5-11
43-Smith, Bruce, ........ FB 6-0
44-Young, Gene ........ FB 6-2
46--Brown, Ulysses......RG 5-10
50-Fugitt, Mike ....... C 6-2
51-Stephenson, Don ... C-6-3
52-Sittler, Lyle ...........C 6-0
53-Drum, Duncan .........C 6-0
54-Michka, Ron* .........C 6-0
56-Baffico, James .......LG 6-1
57-Haas, Dave..........RT 6-1
58--Johnson, La Vane ... RG 5-10
62-Carlson, Dwain* ..... LG 6-2
63-McDermott, Don .... RG 5-11
64-Brown, Robert* .... LG 6-2
65-Dervin, John .........LG 6-1
66-Rood, Jed* .........RG 6-0
67-Toogood, Gary* RG 6-3
68-Kirby, John*.......LG 6-3
69-Garner, Charles ..... LG 6-0
70-Robertson, Tyrone* .. LT 5-11
71-Voss, Lloyd* .........RT 6-4
72-Strohmyer, John .... RT 6-0
74-Jones, Robert* ........LT 6-0,
75-Kramer, Lary........LT 6-2
76-Fischer, Al* ........ RT 6-1
77-Kiffin, Monte ........LT 6-2
78-Osentowski, Clarence . LT 6-0
79-Griesse, Ron......... RT 5-11
80-Callahan, Dick* ..... RE 5-11
81-Doepke, Charles ...... RE 6-1
82-Comstock, Bill* ..... LE 6-1
83-Tomlinson, Larry* .. LE 6-0
84-Eger, Mike ......... RE 6-0
85-Huge, Jim* ........ RE 6-1
86-Koinzan, John ..... LE 6-0
87-Donovan, Larry* RE 6-0
89-Bryan, Curtis :.. .....RE 6-1
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Wolverines Shooting
For Opening Victory
Raimey, Glinka Key Home Attack;
Cornhuskers Minus Star Fullback1

BOB DEVANEY
... Nebraska coach

Mic

BUMP ELLIOTT
... Michigan coach

12-Hood, Ed*..
15-MiHeve, Tom
17-Rindfuss, Dick
19-Raimey, Dave'
20-Chandler, Bob
21-Pritchard, Tor
23-Bay, Richard
24-Glinka, Dave
25-Alix, Denis .
26-Evashevski, Ft
28-Timberlake, B
29-Buurma, Roge
33-Sparkman, W
36-Schmitt, Roge
37-Anthony, Mel
38-Dodd, Bill ..
41-Jones, Dennis
42-Strobel, Jack*
45--Ward, Jim*.
46-Chapman, Ha
50-Kovacevich, I
51-Patchen, Brie
54-Pasch, John .
55-Green, Jim
56-Seamon, Dave
57-Houtman, Jol
58-Muir, Bill ...
59-Blanchard, Dt
60-Pavloff, Lour
61-Marcum, Johr
62-Minko, John*
63-Kurtz, Dave*
64-Szymanski, Di
65-Hahn, Dick
66-Nolan, Del*
67-Baty, Don ..
69-O'Donnell, Jo
70-Simkus, Arno]
71-Frontczak, Jo
73-Schram, Dick
75-Striegel, Dan
76-Lauterbach, F
77-Butler, Dave
78-Piotrowski, La
79-Keating, Tom
80-Farabee, Ben
81-Yanz, John
82-Conley, Jim
83-Laskey, Bill
84-Morawa, Larr
85-Lambert, Frei
86-Brown, Bob*
88-Kocan, Ron
89-Tageson, Bill
91-Franzen, Ray
93-Mayer, Dick
*-Lettermen

Joe Jones
. . . . hustling secondbaseman

Dick Honig
... slick-fielding shortstop

BY DAVE ANDREWS
Associate Sports Editor
Michigan's version of three-platoon football-the newest thing
in college gridiron wars these days-goes on public display for the
first time today against a vastly improved Nebraska team. Kickoff
time is 1:30 p.m.
The Wolverines have been installed as one to two touchdown
choices to open their season successfully before a Band Day crowd
expected to reach 75,000.
The three platoon system, first popularized by Paul Dietzel at
Louisiana State several years ago, was adopted by Michigan'Coach
Bump Elliott after he lost practically his entire starting team of last
year in hopes of making the most of his young sophomores. Fifteen
of them have won spots on the three alternate units that Elliott plans
to use.
Nevertheless, an almost all-letterman first team powered by two
year veterans Dave Glinka and Dave Raimey appears to hold the key
to Michigan success.
. Raimey, who has led Michigan in scoring for each of the past
two seasons and has been hailed in some circles this fall as an All-
American, runs out of the right halfback slot in Michigan's wing-T
offense.
At Nebraska, Coach Bob Devaney, who moved over from Wyoming,
was greated by 24 returning lettermen from a squad which compiled
a 3-6-1 record last fall.
They didn't disappoint him last week in the Husker opener
against South Dakota, romping away 53-0.

Ron Tate
... clutch-hitting rightfielder

Head Coach Don Lund
. .. bows out with winner

Dave Campbell
... power-hitting first baseman

BONN__

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