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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 5. 1963

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Raimey Put on waivers
After Injury-Filled Year

BIG TEN PRACTICE NOTES:
Injuries, RainDampen Spirits

By The Associated Press
WINNIPEG - Forner Michigan'
halfback D a v e Raimey, still
plagued by the shoulder ailments
which bothered him last year, was
placed on waivers by the Winni-
peg Blue Bombers of the Canadian
Football League yesterday.
A spokesman for the club said
the British Columbia Lions have
shown an interest in claiming the
195-pound player for the $350
waiver price.
Raimey, in his first year with
the Bombers, has been on the in-
jured list, following a shoulder
operation similar to the ones he
underwent following the 1962 sea-
son for Michigan.
He finished out last year as
Michigan's leading scorer for the
third straight year despite his
shoulder problems, which led him
to finish out the season with a
special harness designed to pinion
his arms close to his sides.

He played .198 minutes in 1962,
and with five touchdowns was
the only Wolverine to score more
than one. He averaged 3.11 yards
Managers Needed
Anyone interested in working
with the Michigan football
team as a varsity manager
should contact Gus Schulwitz,
senior manager, at the varsity
practice field, 3:30 p.m. any
weekday afternoon.
a carry rushing on 385 yards in
124 tries and caught 11 passes for
45 yards.
In the Big Ten, Raimey last
year finished in a four-way tie for
seventh among the conference
scoring leaders with 24 points and
ranked fifth in kickoff returns
with nine for an average of 16.7
yards.

CHAMPAIGN, Ill. (k') - Hal
Wineland, a junior halfback, was
dropped from the squad Wednes-
day, trimming the list of football
lettermen to 24 on the University
of Illinois squad.
Wineland started the week as
third string left halfback but had
fallen to the fifth team when he
called it quits.
Another missing letterman is
Cecil Young, senior from Miami,
Fla., who failed to report.
Rain Plagues Drills
IOWA CITY, Iowa (P) - Rain
clouds and wet grounds plagued,
the Iowa football team as it ran
through a pair of two-hour drills
Wednesday.
The backs worked on offensive
plays and lineman on the blocking
dummies in the morning. The
first and second units alternated
on defense in a light contact work-
out against the sophomores and
the third and fourth teams labored
in a dummy offensive drill.
The linemen saw their first
heavy contact on defense in the
afternoon. There also was a punt-
ing drill with Lonnie Rogers,
Mickey Moses and Wally Hilgen-
berg doing the kicking.
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Full Scale Drills
EAST LANSING () - Michi-
gan State's football team contin-
ued twice-a-day workouts Wednes-
day with a full scale punt drill
for the offensive teams and one-
on-one drills by linemen giving
the Spartans their first contact
work.
Head Coach Duffy Daugherty
would not say when he would hold
his first scrimmage.
The Spartans will continue to
practice twice a day for at least
two weeks.
Injury Strikes
EVANSTON, Ill. (A) - Rich 01-
son, senior and leading middle
linebacker candidate, suffered a
broken thumb on his right hand in

scrimmage and will be lost to
highly regarded Northwestern's
football team six to eight weeks.
Coach Ara Parseghian disclosed
Wednesday the 214-pound Olson,
from Delavan, Wis., sustained the
fracture when his thumb hooked
in another player's jersey during
a Tuesday scrimmage. Olson's
right hand will be in a cast until
mid-October.
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Chonko Impressive
COLUMBUS, Ohio (R) - Ar
nold Chonko, left-handed thrower
from Parma, Ohio, moved into
Ohio State's quarterback picture
Wednesday, and Coach Woody
Hayes predicted "he'll see a lot
of action."
Chonko, a 195-pound 6-foot-3
junior, played 235 minutes on de-
fense last year, missed spring
practice to bat .355 for the Buck-

eye baseballers, but has been im-
pressive in the fall football work-
outs. His two-way ability elevated
him into the spotlight, due to the
new restrictive substitution rules.
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New Halfbacks
LAFAYETTE, Ind. (4) - New
faces appeared at the halfback
spots on Purdue's No. 1 unit Wed-
nesday as the football squad ex-
ercised in its first contact drill of
the season.
Jim Morel, a junior who saw
only a little action last fall, re-
placed veteran junior Charles
King at left halfback. King is still
recovering from a knee operation
last spring. Sophomore John Kuz-
niewski was assigned right half-
back. Quarterback Ron Digravlo
and fullback Gene Donaldson
completed the ball carrying four-
some.

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RAIMEY MOVES-Former Michigan halfback Dave Raimey is
shown making a substantial gain in last year's successful contest
with Army. Raimey, a standout player for the Wolverines his last
two years, was placed on waivers after having played an injury-
plagued season with the Blue Bombers of Winnipeg, Canadian
League.

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