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The Michigan Daily-Friday, September 18, 1981-Page 13
er hopes to ignite Wolverines
By DREW SHARP
Bob Ufer may not-be in the press box for Michigan football play-by-play, but that
Qnnot stop "Mr. Meechigan" from expressing his enthusiasm in other ways.
The 61-year-old Ufer, who is recovering from surgery, will give a pep talk to the
Wolverine squad today as they prepare to face Notre Dame tomorrow. The talk n
will be similar to the one Ufer gave before last January's Rose Bowl victory over
Washington. -%~ v
"WHENEVER YOU get behind or things aren't going quite the way we'd like it," V
Ufer cheered in Pasadena. "Or when you're on a long drive toward the goal line 5 n ,
and you need a little extra support and energy from the crowd.
',Raise your fists high into the air and the students will stand up and cheer like
they've never cheered before, and we'll help you score that touchdown." y
The response to that plea at the Rose Bowl was phenomenal and Ufer hopes he
can generate that same type of enthusiasm for the battle with the Irish. x
fn another effort to generate enthusaism for tomorrow's game, Michigan fan .r e
Serry Zonca has rewritten the Notre Dame fight song to suit the Wolverine par-
tisan. :i
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NOTRE DAME FIGHT SONG
(MICHIGAN VERSION)
Tears, tears, for dull Notre Dame.
Iichigan plans to put you to shame.
end a volley cheer on high,
Bo 's gonna feast on Leprechaun Pie.
What, though the odds be great or
small,
Old Notre Dame will fumble the ball.
And the world will see once more
That Michigan's number one.

Tears, tears, for dull Notre Dame.
They'll never get the knack of this
game.
Watch how the momentum tilts
When the linemen come out
Wearing bagpipes and kilts.
Hey, Notre Dame, you're just
second-best.
You'll never pass the Wolverine test.
God may still be on your side,
But Michigan's Number One!
*SUNG TO THE TUNE OF N. D.
FIGHT SONG.

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MICHIGAN BROADCASTER Bob Ufer exults during one of his now in-
famous pep talks. Ufer plans to give this year's football squad a private
screening of his enthusiasm prior to Saturday's game against Notre Dame.

.......................................................... ...

Field hockey:
By MARTHA CRALL
Youth and experience seem to
contrasting elements of team pla
according to Michigan field I
coach, Candy Zienteck, those aj
two key elements which will dete
the success of this year's team.
For 1981, Zientek is lucky enoi
have 15 underclassmen with v
experience. Of the 25 players on t.
season roster, Zientek has the lux
only eight upperclassmen, whic
enable the younger players to se(
ty of action.
IN ZIENTEK'S first two seas
head coach, defense has bee
trademark of her Michigan 1
which have recorded 14 shutout
victories. But unless there is a si
at the goalie position, this se
biggest question mark, the defens
not remainsostingy.
Sophomore Nancy Hirsh is ti
Maugh returning goalie and will have to
...leading goal-scorer for the starting position

Youth and experience
mark this year's team

newcomers Jonnie Lee Terry and San-
dra Smith.
Zientek feels that the Wolverines
strength will lie in the midfield
positions where senior Betsy Coke and
sophomore Kathy McCarthy return at
the link positions. Co-captains Dee
Jones and Julie Forrestel anchor the
halfback spots along with Denise Com-
by, who was the team's third leading
scorer with nine points as a freshman
last season.
JUNIOR MARTY Maugh is expected
to lead the forwards in Zientek's effort
to produce more offense in 1981. The
Ann Arbor native ranks as the team's
active scoring leader and last season
paced the stickers with 17 goals to ac-
count for more than 40 per cent of
Michigan's season total.
Sara Forrestel, ninth on the career
goal scoring chart after just one year
here, Alex Callam and Miriam Pickus
return up front to help Maugh in the of-
fensive effort.

Heidi Ditchendorf and Tracy Gibbs
return at the sweeper position and Julie
Browne and freshmen Lisa Schofield
and Alison Johnson will be counted as
well in the Wolverines quest to improve
its 11-8 record of a year ago.
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GRIDDE PICKS
The Wolverines are upset, the Tigers
are swept, and the Motor City Hit Man
is knocked down.
Detroit needs a winner now more
than ever. Here is your chance to fill
Thomas Hearns' shoes without having
to hit the canvas.
Simply drop off your Gridde selec-
tions at the Daily (420 Maynard) before
nidnight tonight. You will not only
Wve a chance to win the free one-item
pizza from Pizza Bob's, but the winner
will also write his predictions in next
week's Daily competing with the "ex-
perts" from the sports football staff.
1. Notre Dame at MICHIGAN
(pick score)
2 UCLA at Wisconsin
3.USC at Indiana
4 Michigan State at Ohio State
W. Iowa at Iowa State
6 Northwestern at Arkansas
7 Purdue at Minnesota
8. Syracuse at Illinois
9. Georgia at Clemson

10. Harvard at Columbia
11. Georgia Tech at Florida
12. Florida State at Nebraska
13. Grambling at SMU
14. Vanderbilt at Mississippi State
15. North Carolina at Miami (Ohio)
16. Alabama at Kentucky
17. Tuskegee at Morris Brown
18. Reno Nevada at Cal Poly SLO
19. Macalester at Gustavus Adolphus
20. DAILY LIBELS at Cincinnati Moel-
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BILLBOARD
Tryouts for the Michigan baseball
team will be held Sunday, September 20
at Fisher Stadium, starting at 1:00 p.m.
All students are eligible to try out for
the squad.

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