Varsity softball tryouts at noon
on September 17
at Varsity Softball Diamond.
Michigan-Washington St. football tickets
available at Crisler Arena today
starting at 8:00 a.m.
Saturday, September 10, 1983
The Michigan Daily
By LARRY MISHKIN
The Michigan Wolverines kick off their 1983 foot-
ball season this afternoon against the Washington
State Cougars in a game that will be full of firsts for
Besides the game obviously being the first of the
season, the 1 p.m. contest will also mark the first
time that the Wolverines and Cougars face each
other. Although Washington State is not expected to
be much trouble for Michigan, neither was Wisconsin
when it knocked off the Wolverines in the 1981 season
opener when, like this year, Michigan was ranked fir-
st in the nation in Sports Illustrated's pre-season poll.
IF THIS YEAR'S team is to avoid the same fate as
the 1981 squad, a heavy burden will be placed on the
shoulders of senior quarterback Dave Hall who is
likely to start his first collegiate game in place of the
injured Steve Smith.
Hall, who replaced Smith in the second quarter of
last year's Rose Bowl after Smith dislocated a
shoulder, was expected to start the season on the
sideline. Smith, however, reinjure
week during practice and said he p
be able to play today.
And for the first time in four yea
will see a new figure carrying
receiving end of the offense as'
assume the unenviable task of r
Carter, who graduated to even gr
star wide receiver of the USFL ch
All of these firsts aside, though, o
Michigan win will be if the Wolve
Washington State's split-back ve
which is run effectively by Cou
"THE KEY TO (Washington S
Turner because he can both run an
said Michigan interior line coach P
runs like a waterbug but can go ba
enough to beat you."
Defensive back John Lott agree
and said the defense will have to k
d his shoulder last Turner.
probably would not "We'll have to be able to distinguish on men on and
off the line and make sure (Turner) gives off the ball
ars, Michigan fans before we commit to support on the run," the senior
the load on the co-captain said.
Vince Bean must
eplacing Anthony When the Wolverines are on offense, the possible
eater fame as the loss of the experienced Smith could be costly, as
hampion Michigan Washington State has a big and powerful defense led
by All-Pac 10 defensive tackle Keith Millard. Both
ne of the keys to a Hall and Bean will be tested by a veteran secondary
urines can contain that has exceptional speed and quickness. Michigan
er option offense coach Bo Schembechler, though, feels that his team
ugar quarterback will be able to put the necessary points on the board.
"(Washington State) runs a different kind of defen-
tate's) offense is se which we are not used to and that will force us to
nd throw so well," make adjustments," said Schembechler. "But we
Paul Schudel. "He have the type of team that has been able to simulate
ck and throw good the defense during practice and we have the offense
that will be able to make those adjustments to the
ed with his coach defense."
eep a close eye on
ashington State MICHIGAN
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Dan Lynch .............(252)
Kirk Samualson .......... (245)
John Winslow ............ (264)
John Breland ............(189)
John Marshall ........... (180)
Ricky Turner ............(178)
Kerry Porter .............(198)
Reuben Mayes ........... (190)
(95) Sim Nelson ............. (235)
(79) Clay Miller ............... (258)
(59) Art Balourdos...........(240)
(69) Tom Dixon............(250)
(76) Stefan Humphries.......(260)
(73) Doug James............(267)
(26) Gilvanni Johnson.......(175)
(25) Vince Bean.............(190)
( 7) Dave Hall ................ (205)
(32) Eddie Garrett...........(220)
(23) Kerry Smith............(203)
Daily Photo by BRIAN MASCK
Senior quarterback Dave Hall is pictured talking with coach Bo Schem-
bechler during the 1983 Rose Bowl. Hall had replaced an injured Steve Smith
and may do so again this afternoon.
Around the Big Ten
Sonny Elkinton ...........(200)
Ben Carrillo .............. (215)
Lee Blakeney ............(227)
Steve Haub .............. (182)
John Traut............. (178)
(48) Tom Hassel ..............(215)
(90) Vince DeFelice ........... (246)
(53) AlSincich ................(222)
(52) Kevin Brooks...........(245)
(80) Rodney Lyles ............(226)
(40) Mike Boren .............. (230)
(42) Mike Mallory...........(217)
(44) John Lott ................(180)
(30) Brad Cochran:........... (198)
(21) Evan Cooper ............. (180)
( 2) RichHewlett..........(195)
(28) Don Brackeny............(205)
(99) Todd Schlopy ...........(163)
Today's Michigan-Washington State game starts at 1:00 p.m. EST and can
be heard on WAAM (1600 AM), WPAG (1050 AM), WWJ (950 AM), WUOM
(91.7 FM), WJR (760 AM), and WCBN (88.3 FM).
2:30 p.m. EDT
What to watch: Sophomore quarter-
back Jack Trudeau has large shoes of
Tony Eason for the Illini. If he can take
control of the Illini offense (7-5 last
year) then look for the Missouri Tigers
(5-4-2) to be hurting. The stronger of-
fense will decide the game, as neither
team has much defense.
IOWA at Iowa State;
3:00 p.m. EDT
What to watch: The Hawkeyes (8-4)
have quarterback Chuck Long, and
running backs Eddie Philips and Owen
Gill on offense along with Dave Strobel
at end and Larry Station at linebacker
on defense. State (4-6-1) will lean
heavily on the touchdown combination
of David Archer and Michael Wade.
Colorado at MICHIGAN
STATE; 1:00 p.m. EDT
What to watch: George Perles is
relying on his linebacking corps and
revamped offense to carry the Spartans
2-9 back to respectability. Bill McCar-
tney's Buffaloes (2-8-1) will be stronger
on both lines and in their running game.
Oregon at OHIO STATE;
1:30 p.m. EDT
What to watch: The Buckeyes (9-3)
have Vaughn Broadnax at fullback and
a typically strong group of linebackers.
The Ducks (2-8-1) couldn't beat the
College of the Pacific last week, and
Ohio State is ranked seventh in the
Notre Dame at PURDUE;
2:30 p.m. EDT
What to watch: Everyone in the coun-4
try expects the Irish (6-4-1) with their
offense of Blair Kiel, Alan Pinkett and
Greg Bell to do wonders. Purdue (3-8)
has Scott Campbell and doesn't need
Washington at NORTH-
WESTERN; 2:00 p.m. EDT
What to watch: The 'Cats (3-8) are im-
proved in all facets of the game and
should be respected. The Huskies (10-2)~
have senior Steve Pelluer at quarter-4
back, a Don James' defense, a national
ranking and need a tune-up before
playing Michigan next week.
"Around -the Big Ten " was com-
piled by Jeff Faye.
Smith may play
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The Michigan hockey team is looking
for players, managers and individuals
to videotape games this season. Anyone
interested should call John Giordano or
Mark Miller at 663-2411.
Varsity softball tryouts will be held at
noon on Saturday, September 17 at the
Varsity softball Diamond. For further
information callBob DeCarolis.
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By CHUCK JAFFE
Officials from the Michigan Athletic,
Department said last night that senior
quarterback Steve Smith could poten-
tially play, and even start today's
game against Washington State,
despite Smith's statement Thursday
that a shoulder injury would keep him
on the bench unless needed.
Two athletic department sources -
one from the promotions department
and another from the football staff -
who preferred not to be identified, said
that Smith could start today's game, or
. would enter the game as a relief
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ACCORDING to one source, Smith
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