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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, September 1], 1976

l-'oge 1-ourteen THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, September 11, 1976

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Stadium: Rich in
Wolverine history
(Continued from Page 41 total head count.
now existed, Harris says- Harris feels that the tradition
Although it is not noticeable and crowds that fill Michigan
hen the stands are filled, a Stadium are even more impres-
uge maize M is emblazoned on sive than the facility itself.
te blue seats on the eastern "You just can't duplicate that
de of the stadium, marking -feeling of being here or being
e area where many of the around," he says. "There is
niversity's returning lettermen nothing more impressive than
t while attending the games to be on the field or on the
their alma mater. sideline when the stadium is fill-
In the east. a shortage of ed.

Al 1G kI13, n 1A G V
parking space has always plag-
ued stadium visitors, but new
parking areas are currently
under construction to help
ease the problem.
With an official capacity of
101,701, the stadium bears the
distinction of being the largest
college-owned football facility in
the nation. But attendance
counts have often surpassed
that mark, since the number of
band members, security guards,
athletic department personnel,
members of the press, and oth-
ers admitted to the game with-
out charge are included in the

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The Daily's
All-Big Ten picks
Offense
E-Scott Yelvington,
Northwestern
T-Chris Ward, Ohio State
G-Connie Zelencik, Purdue
C-Al Pitts, Michigan State
G-Kirk Lewis, Michigan
T-Jeff Morrow, Minnesota
WR-Jim Smith, Michigan
QB-Tony Dungy, Minnesota
B-Rob Lytle, Michigan
B-Pete Johnson, Ohio Stale
It-Courtney Snyder, Indiana
K-Dan Beaver, Illinois
Defense
E-Dennis Stejskal, Wisconsin
T-Greg Morton, Michigan
MG-Aaron Brown, Ohio State
T-Nick Buonamici,
Ohio State
E-Otto Smith, Michigan State
LB-Calvin O'Neal, Michigan
LB-Kim Rowekamp,
Michigan State
DB-Pete Shaw, Northwestern
DB-George Adzick,
Minnesota
DB-Ray Griffin, Ohio State
DB-Shanty Burks, Iowa
P-Tom Skladany, Ohio State

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