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What was once a poverty-stricken
area is now a robust part of the
Michigan football team. For years, the
team suffered under the weight of poor
field-goal kicking. The past few
seasons, however, has seen a reversal
in this trend.
Last season, Ali Haji-Sheikh set a
Michigan single-season record for most
field goals with 12. This year, Bob
Bergeron looks like he will rewrite this football(
mark. on theirf
BERGERON has 11 field goals this has beer
year, not bad considering he didn't take read on.
over the starting duties from Todd "It'sE
Schlopy until the third game of the ferent pc
season, against Wisconsin. they do,
"I didn't start off as the starting dinator (
placekicker so I didn't know what was ning bac
in store for myself," Bergeron said. "I players1
just knew I had to be patient and wait didn't kn
for my turn to come and to keep myself 'I want t
mentally prepared for if I ever did get a don't wi
chance to get into a game." those de
The key to his success, Bergeron chart."
said, is keeping a cool head as he did in MOEL
the Iowa game earlier this season when cease p
he booted a 45-yard goal in the waning, workedc
seconds of the game to give the "You
Wolverines a thrilling 16-13 victory. everyon
"UNDER PRESSURE situations, I there no
know how to handle myself well and go hassle. 1
out and do the job that I'm supposed to why they
do rather than thinking about other
things,".Bergeron said. The V
If you've been wondering why bounced
Michigan players do not have maize disappoi

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decals, given out for big plays,
football helmets this season, as
rn the tradition in past years,.
a very difficult thing for dif-
ositions to get awards for what
" said assistant defensive coor-
Gary Moeller. "Normally, run-
ks, quarterbacks and defensive
have a better chance and we
now how fair it was. So Bo said,
hose off there. I want a team. I
ant individuals.' We do keep
ecals in the lockerroom on a
LLER SAID that the decision to
lacing decals on helmets has
out well:
don't get tired of them, but
e is doing it so the prestige isn't
w," he said. "It also got to be a
Kids would always want to know
y didn't get one."
Wolverines apparently have
J back from last Saturday's
.nting 16-6 loss to Illinois.

higan footbal

aiming at Sheik's mark
Ron Pollack

"YOU WON'T find a problem with a
Michigan player in this regard,"
Schembechler said yesterday.
"They're all good, solid character kids.
That was a very disheartening loss, but
as far as practices go I thought they
practised very hard this week."
Moeller agreed that the team has
practiced hard this week, but added
that the loss to the Illini has not been
"There are always lingering effects
to some degree over losing the oppor-
tunity to be conference champions,"
Moeller said. "We'll have to see how we
come back and fight this week."
INJURY UPDATE: Moeller said that
outside linebacker Tom Hassel's pulled
hamstring is better than a week ago
and that the senior should play
tomorrow aginst Purdue. Moeller ad-
ded that Hassel still is not 100 percent
and will back up Carlton Rose and Rod-
ney Lyles.
Schembechler said that starting of-


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Before they get too excited about the
upcoming basketball season, Michigan
fans should remember one thing. Yes,
the team returns all its key players, and
sure one of the most heralded high
school players ever, Antoine Joubert
has joined its ranks. But don't forget,
the Wolverines went 6-12 in the Big Ten
last year, barely edging out Wisconsin
for ninth place.
Bill Frieder doesn't forget.
He knows there are a lot of questions
that still have to be answered before his
team can be serious contenders for the
Big Ten title.
"I've got good news and I've got bad
news," Frieder told a gathering of spor-
tswriters at the pre-season press lun-
cheon at Crisler Arena yesterday. "The
good news is we're much improved
over last year. The bad news is we have
one hell of a long way to go if we're
going to have a good basketball team."
The first step toward achieving this
goal, according to the fourth-year
Michigan coach, is to establish a set

lineup. Last season the Wolverines
never really had a regular starting five
and it hurt them. Michigan's opener, an
exhibition against Athletes in Action on
Nov. 12, will see junior guards Eric Tur-
ner and Leslie Rockymore, and senior
center Tim McCormick as three of the
starters. But the other two spots are
more or less up for grabs.
"The lineup isn't set, which isn't
good," said Frieder. He added that he
hopes to have a regular lineup by the
middle of December, and then stick

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with it the rest of the year. He said a
three-guard offense, with the sharp-
shooting Joubert as the third guard, is a
definite possibility.
Another possibility would be a two-
center offense with McCormick and
Roy Tarpley both in the lineup.
Although Frieder said Michigan's
goal is a Big Ten championship, he con-
ceeded that may be just a bit too much
to ask of his still-young Wolverines. "To
be perfectly honest, I'd be disappointed
if we don't crack the upper division in
the conference and get into the NCAA
For this to happen, Michigan will
have to get superior performances
from its veterans. Here is how the three
most important veterans stack up:
" Tim McCormick: He could be the
key to Michigan's season. It looks like
he is ready to be the dominant center
Frieder hoped he would be when he
recruited him out of Clarkston four
years ago. His knee braces are gone
and apparently so is his apprehension
over them. "Look for Tim to have a
great year," said Frieder.
* Eric Turner: Probably the biggest
mystery on the team. At times last year
it looked like there wasn't a better
guard in the country. At other times, like
both games against Wisconsin, Turner
sat down in favor of Dan Pelekoudas. "I

fensive tackle Doug James (sprain
foot) and back up center Larry
Sweeney (pulled hamstring), who does
the long snapping in kicking situations,
should play tomorrow. Schembechler
said that both players, who were in-
juried in the Illinois game, returned tq
practice Wednesday.
Purdue starting offensive guard
Dave Jaumotte injured his knee las
Saturday against Northwestern and {
out for the season. Boilermaker,
defensive tackle Derek Wimberly, a
starter earlier this season until he hurt
his ankle, is listed as questionable for ;
tomorrow's game.
don't know if it's the rigor of the Big
Ten schedule or if he has problems get"!L4
ting up for every game, but Eric's got to i?
be more consistent this year," said
e Leslie Rockymore: Michigan needs .,s
this man to be healthy. Last year's knee"'.
injury is virtually 100% healed, butti
Rockymore has a bruised thigh that'i
will sideline him for at least 10 days. o
His shooting touch will be missed if hl'
cannot play at full strength.
Gridde Picks
The noted prognosticatcr Jeanne,.
Dixon is making big news around Ann
Arbor this week. First of all, her predic-
tion that a Big Ten dormitory shaped
like a letter would have a mass murder
on Monday night caused a near panic in
Markley and Stockwell dormatories.
Then, she turned in her Gridde picks.
Half of the students at U of M, since
hearing this, are doing anything to find
out her picks. They know that if they
can get a peek at her picks, they can
feel safe betting their life savings in Las
For all of you Gridde fans, get your
picks in. Don't worry about Dixon;'
she's already been wrong once this
week. Picks are due Midnight tonight at
the Daily or Pizza Bob's. 4
1. Purdue at MICHIGAN (pick score)
2. Illinois at Minnesota
3. Ohio State at Indiana
4. Michigan State at Northwestern
5. Iowa at Wisconsin
6. Pittsburgh at Notre Dame
7. Washington at Arizona
8. Arizona State at California
9. Oklahoma at Missouri
10. Stanford at Southern California
11. Alabama at Louisiana State 4
12. Maryland at Auburn
13. Georgia at Florida
14. East Carolina at Miami
15. Clemson at North Carolina
16. Colgate at Pennsylvania
17. Holy Cross at Harvard
18. Prairie View at Arkansas-Pine Bluff
19. Southern Connecticut at Cal Polyp
San Luis Obispo
20. Purdue Trouble-Makers at DAILY

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