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Saturday, April 17, 1976


Poge Nirne



Blue scrimmage set for today


wins again


Wolverine nine

By DON MacLACHLAN are a part of Johnson's back- able back-ups," c o n t i n u e d
It is that time of year again | field along with the ever-danger- Moeller. "We lost some good
when classes finally end and ous wingback, senior Jim Smith. players but we can replace
students fight with themselves The White line c o n s i s t s of them with the talent we 1
to get psyched for the text books guards Mark Donahue and Greg have."I
one more time. Bartnick and tight end Mark At split end senior Curt Ste-
It is also time for the football Schmerge. phenson, a walk-on from Cali-
team to put out one more time Throughout the spring drills fornia, had a fine spring. Ed
also as the annual Blue-White the coaching staff has been Kasparek, who p 1 a y e d high
scrimmage is held today in pleased with the progress of school ball for Michigan assist-
Michigan Stadium. This game is the entire offense. ant coach Bill McCartney at
the climax of a series of rigor- "We're going to be much Dearborn Divine Child, is Ste-
ous spring drills and the kickoff improved," said defensive co- phenson's back-up.+
is slated for 2 o'clock. ordinator Gary Moeller, "at "Curt is a hard worker like
There will be plenty of ac- various key positions. We were Keith Johnson, and he can catch
tion today as both the Blue young- last year, but the ex- the ball," said Moeller.
and the White offenses are perience these players gained At center juniors Walt Down-
loaded with talent. The Blue during the regular season and ing and Steve Nauta have been
offense includes such players the Orange Bowl has really doing a fine job according to
as quarterback Rick Leach, helped." Moeller. "We moved Walt from
tailback Harlan Huckleby, and Moeller has run spring drills guard to center and he's come
fullback Russell Davis, all during the illness of head coach along nicely," added Moeller.
sophomores. Up front the Blue Bo Schembechler. There's a lot of talent fight-
attack is bolstered by center The offensive unit only lost ing for Bell's vacant tailback
Walt Downing, guard Jerry three starters from last year's positions. Sophomores Harlan
Szara, tackle Mike Kenn, and Big Ten r u n n e r - u p team. Huckleby, a tailback, and Rus-
tight end Gene J o h n s o n, Through graduation the offense sell Davis, a fullback return
among others. lost split end Keith Johnson, after gaining a lot of back-up
The White squad will be lea tailback Gordon Bell, and cen-i experience last fall. In addi-
by sophomore signalcaller Stacy ter Jim Czirr. tion to that pair, senior Rob
Johnson. Sophomore Frank Bell "We must be strong at these Lytle who started at fullback
and junior fullback Scott Corbin positions next year and have last season, has the ability to

go tailback or fullback.
Returning at quarterback is
sophomore Rick Leach. He is
capably backed-up by another
sophomore, Stacy Johnson.
"We know we have a quarter-
back who can really execute
Swell in Rick Leach," said Moel-
ler. "We are also really happy
with Johnson. He is a good back-
up who is very quick, and has
played as well as we expected
him to this spring."
The offensive line also has a
lot of talent coming back for
this fall. Moeller praised tackles
Mike Kenn, Bob Lang, and Jim
Hall for their fine play this
spring. At guard, Donahue, who
is as good as any around accord-
ing to Moeller, Bartnick, and
Szara all had a good spring.
"We have an idea that Kirk
Lewis might be back at
guard, but you don't just miss
a year and fall back into it,"
said Moeller. "He is working
very hard and we hope to have
him back."

overs our offense will be Ex-
plosive. A lack of turnovers
really helps the defense too,"
he concluded.
The game today marks the
end of the spring drills, how-
ever, one familiar face will not
dress. Rob Lytle banged up his
knee in practice earlier this
week and will not see action in
today's contest.
"We divided up the seniors
and they drafted the rest of
their team in addition to their
coaches," said Moeller. "Sunday
night we all get together and
the losers of the scrimmage
must serve the winners some
thick beef sandwiches. All the
losers get is a small baloney
sandwich. It should provide a
little extra incentive," conclud-
ed Moeller.
Coach Bo Schembechler has
been watching all of the recent
drills and says he is feeling
"pretty good." He will be on
hand today but not in a coach-
ing capacity.

splits dou bleheader

MINNEAPOLIS, Minn (RP) - Lary Soren-
sen scattered 10 hits and picked up his
fifth straight victory of the season to lead
Michigan to 2-0 victory over Minnesota in
the second game of a doubleheader yester-
day giving the Wlverines a split.
Right hander Steve Comer's one-hitter led
Minnesota to a 1-0 victory in the first game.
THE WOLVERINES scored both runs of
the nightcap in the fifth inning. A bloop dou-
ble to left field by Bob Wasilewski scored
the first run and the second run came in on
an errort by Minnesota third baseman Mike
Dan Morgan was charged with the loss
in the second game and dropped to 3-1 on
the year for the Gophers.
Bruss led Minnesota's 10-hit attack on
Sorensen in the second game with two

doubles and a single.
Comer allowed only a fourth inning dou-
ble by Michigan's Dick Walterhouse in the
opener to notch his fifth victory in six de.
MINNESOTA scored the lone run of the
game in the bottom of the fourth when
catcher George Dierberger singled home
Brian Denman.
Dierberger, Paul Molitor and Jeff Neutz-
ling each had two hits apiece for the Goph.
ers in the opener.
Mark Weber was tagged with the loss in
the opener. He is now 1-3.
Minnesota is now 19-4 overall and Michi.
gan. 9-9-1. Both teams are 1-1 in Big Ten
Michigan continues its week-end road trip
with a double-header at Iowa today.

k _.. '.



At tight end three sophomore
return in Chip Pedersen, Mark N ette
Schmerge, and Gene Johnson.
At wingback the Wolverines are
strengthened by the return of
Jim Smith who is dangerous

rs top NU, 8-1
despite heavy winds

either as a runner or pass re-
ceiver. Max Richardson backs
up Smith.
"The offense is just starting
to mature and ripen," said Moel-
ler. "However, they still need
a lot of work.",
Defensively, the Blue team
has tackle John Hennessey, ends
Tom Seabron and John Ander-
son, linebacker Calvin O'Neal,
wolfman Jerry Zuver and safety
Jim Pickens to name a few.'
The White team defense in-
cludes tackle Greg Morton, mid-
dle guard Steve Anderson, line-
backer Jerry Vogele, and de-
fensive backs Jim Bolden and
Dwight Hicks.
"We really have a bunch of
hardworking kids," said Moel-
ler. Defensively, we are try-
ing to become tougher inside
and improve our tackling. Our
offensive problem is turnovers.
If we keep away from turn-
Philadelphia 131, Buffalo 106
Major League Baseball
Am.riAn League
Milwaukee 3 .Texas 1
National League
Atlanta 3, Los Angeles 1
Pittsburgh 3, New York 1
San Francisco 14 Cincinnati 7
Houston 4, San Diego 1

Special To The Daily
EVANSTON, Ill.,-The Mich-
igan men's tennis team took an
8-1 victory over Northwestern
despite hot weather and very
windy conditions.
"It was miserably windy out-
side," said Michigan coach
Brian Eisner. "The wind made
the quality of the game very
poor. It was very frustrating
we were just glad to get
the win.
Michigan won all six sin-
gles matches and failed only
in the number two doubles.
Michigan's number one man
Eric Freidler started the aft-
ernoon off with a 6-2, 6-2 vic-
tory over Bob Kaspers while
Jeff Etterbeck took number
two singles 6-3, 6-3.
Jim Holman took the third
singles 6-3, 7-6, Don Holland
won at the number four spot
4-6, 7-5, 6-2, Buddy Gallagher
the fifth 7-5, 6-2, and Ollie Ow-
en upset Jack Kaspars 7-6, 2-6,
"I think the highlights of
the meet were Holland and
Owens," Eisner said. "Hol-

land lost the first set and was
losing the second 5-2 and
came back to win. Ollie Ow-
ens had faced Kashar before
(Kashar is from Cranbrook)
and Kashar had always beat-
en him."
The netters will be travel-
ing to Madison, Wisconsin to
play "a very good Wisconsin"
team at 1:00 p.m. tday.
We'll he here
during and after
exams and break
at the
Union. Chet, Harold
and Dave


Doily Photo by KEN FINK
WOLVERINE TAILBACK Harlan Huckleby will get a chance to show his stuff in the annual
spring scrimmage. The scrimmage starts at 2:00 today at Michigan Stadium.


Relay team



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Special To The Daily
COLUMBUS - The Michigan
track team's four mile relay
team set a new varsity and
Ohio State Relay record yester-
day at the Ohio State Relays.
The squad of Billy Donakow-
ski, Mike McGuire, Steve Eliott
and Greg Meyer covered the
four miles in a time of 16:42.6.
Meyer ran a 4:06 anchor time.
The only other final event
run was the six mile run. Wol-
verine Jay Anstaett came in
seventh with a 29:33.5 clocking.
Jim Baumgartar qualified
for the finals in the 880 yard
run with a 1:53.4 time. Also,
the shuttle hurdle relay team
ran the fastest qualifying time
going into the finals, :58.8.
Braves bounce

76ers to a 131-106 victory overt
the Buffalo Braves last night in
a National Basketball Associa-
tion playoff game.
The victory tied the best-of-
three preliminary round series
1-1 and set the stage for Sun-j
day's decisive game at Phila-
The 76ers led 29-24 at the end
of the first quarter and shot to
a 63-48 halftime advantage, as,
they limited Bob McAdoo, the
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Jody Strom, Missy Pollick, that "Mister Ed" will return,
Malinda Fertig, Sharon Som- Libel recruiters are out looking
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B1e-bye Ed bels' window jumping team.
Rich Lerner, money-grubbing
ANN ARBOR (DLS)-Ed "The general manager of the Libels,
Enforcer" Lange has announced said Lange quit "because he
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may not be with the World with those big contract demands
Champion Libels next fall. anymore with the new adminis-
"We're really going to miss tration.."
01 . . . ol . . . o1' Fred," said However, Lange said that "it
Libelous sports editor Bill Stieg. just wasn't fun anymore, win-
"Fred was always there when-I ning all the time. Once in my
ever we didn't need him which life I want to know what it is
was most o fthe time." to lose. How bad is that?
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Special To The Daily
EVANSTON - The women's
tennis team completed a net
sweep of Northwestern yester-
day as they subdued the Wild-
cats with a perfect 9-0 victory
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