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Page 8-Saturday, Sepfenber 13,'1980-The Michigan Daily
The freshmen sit absolutely still as
Bo readies them for yet another one of
those nerve-wracking pictures. When
you're a freshman and you're playing
for General Bo, military behavior is
required in more than just drills and the t
scrimmages.

The Michigan Daily--Saturday, Sept
Schembechler's record a

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*1969 .......... ......................... 8
1970 ...................................... 9
**1971 ...................................11
*1972 ...................................... 10
*1973 .......................... ......... 10
*1974 ...................................... 10
1975 ...................................... 8
*1976 ...... ............................... 10
*1977 ...................................... 10
*1978 ........................... .......... 10
1979 ...................................... 8
Total................................ 104
Career Total ............................ 144
*Co-championship
**Outright Championship

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The good, the bad, and
Michigan .football...

the ugly of

THE GOOD
The sight of an alumni couple walking
through their past while tailgating near
Michigan Stadium ...
Another sight, that of the players
leaping at the 'M' Club banner after
they've streaked out from the tunnel on
the east side of the stadium...
Those few bars of "M Fanfare,"
which seem to get the blood circulating
in every fan on every afternoon ...
Bo letting some of his "demo team"
members get a chance at the big time
after they've built up an insurmount-
able lead-...
Bob Ufer. As much as reporters value
their objectivity, "Ufe" is the best at
catering to his audience-the
emotional, boisterous alumni who

would give their right arm to save the
cause of Maize and Blue ...
Weber's Inn. The friendly people at
this west side hotel have been in-
strumental in making Michigan foot-
ball the big event every autumn
weekend in southeastern Michigan . .
Any instance in which the pigskin is

breeze and a thirst that can be quen-
ched by a cold beer ...
Anybody hawking T-shirts, buttons,
rain ponchos, hats, leaflets, "I'm
behind Michigan" panties, or other
assorted paraphenalia ...
The cider barrel in front of Tice's
Men's Store on South University. If

Alan Fangerg

tossed, launched, gyrated, or otherwise
propelled into the air. Doesn't happen
much, but that's probably why we value
it so much more ...
A crystal-clear ,day with a fresh

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you've ever been there, you know what
I mean... .
The now-famous post-game show per-
formed by the Michigan Marching
Band, especially when it blasts out
"Temptation" and "The Hawaiian War
Chant."
THE BAD
The hype and overcommercialization
that has come 'to characterize the
Michigan football program ...
The fact that sophomores and juniors
often get better priority seating than
their senior and graduate student coun-
terparts ...
The absurd method by which the
football team currently receives
academic assistance. It fails to address

the real problem confronting these
athletes ... the (in)ability to attain the
level of motivation necessary to
achieve enrichment in the class-
room...
The veil of privacy that Bo Schem-
bechler casts over his team. It is more a
paranoia than a justified concern about
the possible ramification(s) of having
bookmakers watch the practices-...
The rancid food which is served at the
games. Has anyone ever thought about
boycotting?
THE UGLY
The passing up of women against
their will. It's refreshing to see so many
people make a concerted effort to end
the practice...
The day Bo Schembechler pushed
former Daily sports writer Dan Perrin
after Perrin had asked the coach a
logical question about the then-ailing
kicking game.. .
The day Schembechler suspended
five of his players for drug use. The
matter was handled in an absurd
fashion by not only the coaching staff
and Athletic Director Don Canham, but
by University administrators as
well....
The refusal on the part of the athletic
department to finance the Marching
Band's trips -to Notre Dame and Ohio
State. Could we cut out the Friday night
war movies and maintain a winnin-
tradition? -

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Michigan 's
All- Time
Attendance
Figures
GAME
1. Ohio St. (1979)
106,255
2. Ohio St. (1977)
106,024
3. Ohio St. (1975)
105,543
YEAR (avg.)
1. 1978
104,949
2. 1979
104,331
3. 1977
104,203

Service

Wolverine tailback-turned-fullback Stanley Edwards has his hands ready to
haul in a pass during Michigan's annual spring game. Edwards, like many
of his predecessors, has been switched to fullback to compensate for gradu-
ation losses, as well as the lack of a powerful runner in that position.

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MICHIGAN STADIUM: 101,701,
Ohio Stadium: 83,112
Camp Randall (Wisconsin).: 77,280
Spartan Stadium (Michigan State):
76,000
Memorial Stadium (Illinois): 71,227
Ross-Ade Stadium (Purdue) : 69,200
Kinnick Stadium (Iowa): 60,150
Memorial Stadium (Minnesota): 56,725
Memorial Stadium (Indiana): 52,354
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