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By BILL STIEG
Michigan's spring football prac-
tice culminates this Saturday
E with the annual intrasquad scrim-
mage, an event designed to give
coaches, fans and the press a
look at next fall's team.
Unfortunately, everyone may
have to wait until August to get
a true picture of the '74 Wol-
verines, as a mild epidemic of
injuries this spring has hobbled
19 players. At least half of those
injured, however, will probably
play Saturday, even in their
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"We've had a lot of problems
this spring," said Michigan's
head trainer Lindsay McLean.
KES " "Of course, all over the country
you'll find the same thing-a lot
VICE "Iof personnel on the shelf."
A rash of injuries in the
spring is as predictable as April
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bination of a winter "layoff" and
the fact that scrimmages put
22 Wolverines on the field at the
same time greatly increases the
chance for injury. "And the big
problem," added McLean, "is
we didn't have depth, losing 30
seniors. We had less people to
Six players can safely be con-
sidered out of this weekend's ac-
tion. They are:
-Eduardo Gonzales, tailback.
-Jerry Collins, split end.
Knee injury, in a cast.
Jack Fairbanks, safety. Knee
injury, in a cast.
-Matt Caputo, defensive end.
Bill Hoban, defensive tackle.
-Rick Hoschalk, middle guard.
-Tim Davis, middle guard.
And very questionable for
Saturday's action is:
-Rick Vogele, fullback. Bruis-
ed shoulder and pinched nerve.
The rest of the injured and the
nature of their injuries are:
Mike Strabley,linebacker. Pull-
ed hamstring, should work out
-Phil Andrews, fullback. Pull-
ed hamstring, should work out
out this week.
-Craig McMullen, offensive
guard. Sprained knee, on crutch-
es, may work out this week.
-Gordon Bell, tailback. Slight
concussion, should play.
-Jim Smith, split end. Both
big toes sprained, should work
out this week.
Jim Armour, offensive guard.
Bruised big toe, should work out.
-Steve Strinko, linebacker. Hip
pointer, should play.
Rob Lytle, tailback. Bad knee,
hopefully back this week.
-Dave Brown, safety. Bruised
shoulder, should play.
' Harry Banks, defensive back.
Broken thumb still in cast but
Quite a lengthy list. "Yes,
we've had a little more than
usual," commented McLean.
"But we've been fortunate in the
past. In the spring it sometimes
gets so bad that some teams
have to cancel their spring
"Eastern Michigan has had
three knee surgeries and a
broken ankle already. It's a hey-
day for orthopedic surgeons in
All the players worked on con-
ditioning drills during much of
the three and a half months
since last November's letdown.
According to McLean, this helps
cut down on, injuries immediate-
Another important element in
the injury picture is artificial
Since its introduction in the
mid-sixties, artificial turf' for
football fields has been the sub-
ject of much controversy. Orig-
inally intended to cut down on
injuries, the fake grass is now
blamed by some for increasing
Michigan has had Tartan Turf
for five years in its stadium and
on its practice field. McLean said
this year's injuries have nothing
to do with Canham's carpet.
McLean continued, "The com-
plaints about artificial turf came
from the professional players,
who are constantly switching
from natural grass to artificial.
It's a different situation with us-
we're on Tartan all the time. I
think the body acclimatizes to
it," McLean revealed.
And he emphasized: "Our rec-
ords haven't shown any more
injuries on Tartan than on grass.
Of course, it's harder, so you
may get more bruises, but no
more severe knee injurie. In
fact, you'll find almost all severe
knee injuries happen on grass."~
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Fred Shero, coach of the Philadelphia Flyers, was jumped,
mugged and injured in Atlanta Saturday night, but says, "I
really don't know what happened. I don't even remember going
A Flyer spokesman said Shero had been jumped by two men
outside the club's hotel in Atlanta following a team meeting.
Shero turned coaching duties over to his assistant for Sunday's
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Sports of The. Daly
Irishman wins Marathon
BOSTON (A') - Neil Cusack, a 22-year-old East Tennessee
State University student from Limerick, Ireland, wore dovjn a re-
cord field of 1,705 starters with a blistering early pace and won
the Boston A. A. Marathon yesterday in the second fastest time
in the 78-year history of the Patriot's Day classic.
Tom Fleming, 22, a graduate student at William, Patterson
College in New Jersey, suffered another heart-breaking setback,
finishing as runnerup for the second year in a row.
Jerome Drayton, a veteran distance runner from Toronto
who holds the Canadian marathon record, was third, followed
by Lucien Rosa, 30, a Ceylon native who is now a student in
NCAA finals sold out
KANSAS CITY (P) - The 1975 national collegiate basket-
ball championship at the San Diego Sports Arena is a sellout
nearly a year in advance, the National Collegiate Athletic As-
sociation said yesterday.
The tournament will be played March 29. and 31, hosted by
San Diego State University. The arena has a seating capacity of
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