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SPECIALIZES IN THE PASS:
ehlen hap
By SCOTT LEWIS nine years as Falcon head coach
When the Michigan coaches added resigned after last season-b
D.on Nehlen to their staff last year im- Michigan hired him-because "I
miediately after the Wolverines' troun- satisfied with the direction the pro
Bing in the Rose Bowl, rumork was heading.
abounded that Bo had finally given in
"iad hired a passing specialist. "After I resigned there, I tol
After all, Nehlen came from Bowling wife that if I was to get hired, I'd
Green-a school which passed well in to come ,to Michigan. The staff her
1976-and his assignment of offensive bunch of top-notch, knowledg
backfield coach fit that mold perfectly. goyus. So far it's been a pleassur
But any difference in Michigan's me."
philosophy this year will not originate
from the new coach. Nehlen has brought with hi
Michigan a total of 19 years coac
"Bowling Green was always noted as as well as experience at quarter
. mjunning team while I coached there, where he led Bowling Green to a t
ahd I'm not planning to institute year, 21-2-4 record during his stint
'K ything new right off," explained in the mid-fifties.
N hlen. In addition, Nehlen's
background is important for recr
" 4'My philosophy is very similar to the in the vital areas of Ohio and w
Ast of the offensive coaches. We all Pennsylvania.
*sracerely believe that to be successful, One game into the season is b
ou have to establish your running enough time to notice any subst
~rne first." benefits of the new coach's arriv
;:Bowing Green plays in the Mid- no major aspect of the offensive
A)nerican Conference, where the style field is receiving special attention.
,very similar to the Big Ten's. The
Aly difference is in the caliber of play, "There's not any part of the pro
-end the emphasis the schools place on that doesn't need improvem
fetball. Nehlen said. "Right now we're
INehlen cofipiled a 53-35-4 record in trying to get better in every phase
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An improvement in quarterbak Rick
Leach's passing may be attributed to a
minor change the staff has instituted in
his passing style.
"He's had a tendency to overstride
when he's getting ready to pass. We've
tried to make sure that his feet aren't
more than eight inches apart when he
passes," said Nehlen.
Though Nehlen has praise for all his
peers on the Michigan staff, coach
Schembechler receives far and away
the highest accolades.
"I definitely think he's the best foot-
ball coach in the country today," he
said. "He does a super job with the kids.
He's demanding like he should be, but
he doesn't ask us to do anything that
he's not capable of doing himself."
Coach Nehlen is realistic when
looking toward the future. He's wary of
jumping into another uncomfortable
situation like that at Bowling Green.
"I want to go as far in coaching as I
possibly can. If I become a head coach
again, it must be in a good situation. I'll
only go where the football program is a
valuable asset to the university."
But right now he must worry about

the situation Saturday with Duke. His
first game as coach in Michigan
Stadium excites even someone with as
much experience as himself.
"The game is something special to
me and my family. I'm really looking
forward to going down through the
tunnel on Saturday."
... ....
The
Michigan
Doily
Sports
NIGHT EDITOR:
By RICK MADDOCK
GRIDDE PICKS
A funny thing happened to Frank
Geoff on the way to classes this mor-
ning. He stopped at a local A2 munching
place for a bite to eat. Just then a man
walked in and asked the waitress for
some "Gridde picks and a large milk
with syrup on the side."
Needless to say, the waitress was
confused. At that moment Frank spit up
his cocoa crispies and said, "Your in
the wrong place buddy. Youwant the
Daily building so that you may make
your Gridde Picks by midnight Friday
and have a chance to win a Pizza Bob's
pizza with two items."

-RPr rhoto

'S dium
By DAVE RENBARGER
Last Saturday, Michigan football fans lis
radios as Bo's boys tucked away victory No
With their gridiron appetites sufficentl
Multitudes can lick their chops in anticipa
season.
Whether or not the fans will drool over the
by the Michigan Stadium vending corp
another question entirely.
GLADIEUX FOODS, a concessionaire b
begins its second season with the task
100,000-odd fans. The firm is working on
year contract with the University's Athletic
How did the Gladieux people fare in their
Well, the folks at the Athletic Department
with rave r.eviews. On the other hand, the
of the fan populus found plenty of room for i
."We're very satisfied with Gladieux at t
Assistant Athletic Director Charles Har
charge of contracting the vending services
impressed with what they did in comparison
food distributor."
,ACCORDING TO HARRIS, Ogden
perated the stadium'ยง concession up unt
ved refreshments of questionable quality.
.a bad reputation among the fans regarding
,"The people knew that the Ogden hot dog
and the popcorn would be stale, so nobody
Harris summed up.
.Harris hopes that the switch to Gladieux
reputation for the better, but student reacti
food quality was mixed in a random poll.
"I think that the food is losey," said She
sophomore LSA student. "I got some hot ch
it was only lukewarm. It tasted like tap wa
chocolate."
BRYCE LANDENBERGER, a junior ph
was not quite as revolted by the food.
."It's really not too bad," he observed, "ex
buns are all wrinkled up from the steam."
..,-.In general, the student-fans indicated vig
to two other facets of the concessionaire's
prices and the long lines.
"The prices are simply outrageous," con
berger. "It's worse here than in Ocean Ci

foo'd improved?9
tened in on their boardwalk, and that's a real tourist trap."
. One in Illinois.
y whetted, the FOR THE RECORD, returning fans will find prices
tion of the home slightly higher tomorrow than a year ago. Cokes and
peanuts now go for 50 cents apiece, as does popcorn, coffee
e goodies offered and carmel corn. Hot dogs are 75 cents.
ps, however, is The long, slow-moving lines found outside the student
sections have turned many fans away from the refreshment
stands entirely.
ased in Toledo, "I never buy anything there anymore because the lines
of feeding the are just too long," said Ingrid Koppier, a junior math
a standard ten- major. "I think that they should be better organized."
Department. Defending his firm's position, Gladieux Vice-President
debut season? W. F. Smith noted that there are 73 refreshment stands on
t lauded the firm the stadium premesis and not all of them are busy.
student segment
mprovement. "A LOT OF THE stands don't get a whole lot of action,"
this point," said he said. "If the fans would just walk another 30-40 feet, they
ris, the man in would probably find another stand not as crowded."
. "I'm certainly Smith feels that his prices are in line with what the con-
n to our previous sumer pays in any other sporting arena, such as Tiger
Stadium or the Silverdome.
"Coke costs 35 cents from a machine these days," he ad-
Foods, which ded. "A 15 cent mark-up isn't bad considering what we have
il last year, ser- to put into it."
This established
stadium food. A GOOD NUMBER of students, however, disagree with
;s would be cold, Smith's estimation of a fair price for a cup of Coke, and they
y bought them," won't have a thing to do with his vendors.
And, being full-fledged intellectuals of this University
will change the community, they do the only logical thing. They bring their
onl to last year's own liquid refreshments. It usually isn't Coke, either.
Tipsy fans at football games are sometimes amusing,
eryl Kaufman, a but, more often bothersome to the other fans in the im-
ocolate onceand mediate area, according to Harris.
ater with a bit of "Drinking is definitely a problem," he said. "Mainly
it's a safety problem. We try to look out for the safety and
comfort of all the fans. But when some of the young people
armacy student get carried away, it can become a real nuisance."
cept the hot dog HARRIS REALIZES that drinking cannot be completely
outlawed, but he does ask for fans to drink in moderation.
gorous objection "We are requesting that people be reasonable in the
operation-the amount of alcohol they consume at the games," he ex-
plained. "If someone is passing drinks up and down the
ntinued Landen- aisles to everyone and creating a disturbance, then you're
ty (Md.) on the going to have problems."

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Duke at MICHIGAN (pick score)
Missouri at Illinois
LSU at Indiana
Iowa St. at Iowa
Washington St. at Michigan St.
Minnesota at Ohio St.
Northwestern at Arizona St.
Ohio University at Purdue
N. Illinois at Wisconsin
Mississippi at Notre Dame
Alabama at Nebraska
Kentucky at Baylor
Princeton at Dartmouth
Oregon at Texas Christian
Vanderbilt at Wake Forest
Millersville at Slippery Rock
Air Force at California
Bucknell at Rutgers
Cincinnati at Louisville
DAILY LIBELS at St. Olaf

KANSAS CITY ROYAL Cookie Rojas, a 16 year veteran, announced he will
retire from baseball at the end of this year. The second-baseman made five
All-Star teams, and once played all nine positions in one game.
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BILLBOARD
"Any women interested in playing in-
nertube waterpolo should enter a team
by Monday, September 19th at the In-
tramural Building at State Street and
Hoover. An introductory clinic will be
held that same day at 7:00 p.m. in the
IM pool. Actual play begins Thursday,
September 22nd, at the IM pool.
Physical Activity Instruction for
Faculty and Staff [PAIFS] is offer-
ing three classes for Fall Term '77:
Aerobatic Fitness
Tennis
Folk Dance
Registration of classes will be Sep-
tember 6-16. For more information
call Rochelle Bast at 764-7415. These
classes are also open to students.
Anyone interested in trying out for
Michigan's women's tennis team
should attend the meeting and practice
that will be held on Friday, September
16th at 3:30 p.m. at the Track and Ten-
nis Building. Tryouts will also be held
on the 19th at the same place.

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