Friday, March 31, 1972
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Friday, March 31, 1972 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Nine
"And in the Spring
the air is filled
Every Friday-6:15 p.m.
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By CHUCK DRUKIS
The Michigan Rugby Football
Club will host the Toronto Bar-
barians for two games tomor-
row on Palmer Field beginning
Toronto, a member of the On-
tario Rugby Union's Senior Di-
vision, will be making its first
appearance of the spring sea-
son. Michigan will be seeking its
third straight victory after hav-
ing defeated both Notre Dame
The Barbarians of the past
have been characterized as a
very skillful team, but a little
slower than most teams. They
are an excellent ball control
club, thus often overcoming their
lack of speed.
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The strength of the Barbar-
ians lies in the ability of the
scrum to recover the ball in
loose rucks. Wing forward Ry
Smith, who has played in Ire-
land, leads the scrum play.
The ability of the backs will
be the biggest test for Toronto.
The addition of New Zealander
Nigel Toye at inside center
could very well unite the back-
Doug Innes, Toronto's fixture
secretary believes that the aut-
come of the game will depend
on 'how well our forwards can
play against Michigan."
Michigan, although they have
played quite well will be ahuf-
fling players between the Blue
and the Gold teams. Captain
Dick Moon explained, "While
we've been playing very well,
we're going to juggle around
our player combinations to see
which players will go to be Big
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only three weeks away, and
Michigan can only list a roster
of 20 players for the three games
that must be won in order to win
Moon further elucidated on the
criteria for selections. "T h i s
season, the lack of hair on the
head and abundant quantity of
hair on the chest will not deter-
mine who will play."
Michigan's success to date, ac-
cording to Moon, is that "rugby
is a game of skill and inspira-
tion. So far we've had a large
quantity of inspiration, but need
to develop the skills a lot more
before we can field an excellent
Jeff Grill and Hank Lukaski
will remain in the front row at
prop and hooker, but S t e v e
Chapman will move from hi-
wing forward post to the other
prop. Chris Penoyar (not Tcro-
yar) will continue at second
row while Bob Jagonich moves
from prop to the second r'ow.
Jagonich's knee had been in
question at the beginning of the
season, but seems to be coining
along well enough to give him
a shot in the strenuous second
Jacque Passino will move out
to number eight. Vern Plato
will team up at wing forward
with Pete Hendrickson, who wzil
be making his first' appearpnce
on the Blue team this yeari.
The backfield will also have
two new faces. John Bolke will
replace Dave Osborne w h i I e
Chuck Holt will take over for
the injured Peter Hooper. The
rest of the backfield will remain
Walt Holloway has been ham-
pered by a knee problem that
will probably sideline him this
week. Hooper turned an ankle
last week and has not been able
to go at full streng4:h.
The rugby club nas gen'rat-
ed a lot of participant interest
this spring and has a suficient
quantity of players to field three
To reinforce the enthusitlsm
that has overwhelmed the rug-
gers, an aware ror the be s t
player, called the Jock-of-the-
Week, is being presented eaih1
week for each game. The win-
ners against Notre Dame were
Lukaski for the Blue, and Gary
Anderscn for the Gold. Last
.eek against Cleveland, the
maize and blue colord athlet'c
supptrters went to Plato on the
Blue, Chuck Drukis on the Gold,
and Penoyar on the Maize.
Fans art invited to participa-e
in the selection of these players
at each home game.
The rugby club is also invit-
ing all fans to, a social gather-
ing after the games starting at
i:00. The location will be an-
n-unced .at the game.
A MICHIGAN RUGGER takes a pass while his teammates move
to rally behind him. Michigan will be playing its 'first home game
of the Spring season tomorrow at 1:30 on Palmer Field against
the Toronto Barbarians.
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