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Smith doesn't ex
to play against (

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Friday, September 9, 19
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,ougars
"We have good quarterbacks," Smi
said. "It's not like we have to puti
someone that's wounded."
Although he does not expect to pla
against Washington State, Smith say
that his tender shoulder is showin
signs of improvement.
"It's coming," Smith said. "It's a Jit
tle slow, but it's coming. I'm havin
some problems throwing, it's just
matter of time."

By RON POLLACK
Don't expect to see quarterback Steve
Smith in the starting lineup for
Michigan on Saturday against
Washington State. In fact, don't expect
to see him in the lineup at any time
during the game.

Bowl, Smith's shoulder was separated.
"I don't really expect to play against
Washington State," Smith said. "I think:
it's been made fairly clear that I won't
be playing unless I'm desperately
needed."
In Smith's absence, backup quarter-;
back Dave Hall and third-stringer Jim
Harbaugh will move up on the depthI
chart. Hall, a senior, completed 20 of 38
passes last season, while Harbaugh did
not play as a freshman last year.

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Smith
... on the sidelines

That bit of disheartening news to
Wolverine faithful comes from none
other than Smith himself who suffered
a bruised right shoulder during pre-
season practice. Although it is the same
shoulder as the one he injured in
January during the Rose Bowl, it is a
different type of injury. In the Rose
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By RON POLLACK
ALI, ALI, Ali, ali ...
The thunderous chant which
rocked Michigan Stadium last year
whenever placekicker Ali Haji-
Sheikh stepped onto the field has
now faded into oblivion. It is but a
mere memory,
But the beat must go on for the
Michigan football team and a suc-
cessor has been found. After battling
it out with three other kickers,
senior Todd Schlopy has emerged as
the victor of the Wolverines'
placekicking derby ahead of Bob
Bergeron, Pat Moons and Mike
Melnyk. Bergeron will be Schlopy's
backup.
"ALL FOUR of them are very
capable kickers," said Alex Agase,
Michigan's kicking coach. "What
we've looked for is consistency, and
in that vein Schlopy and Bergeron,
at this point in time, have ridden to
the top. Schlopy and Bergeron are
also the two best kickoff men. But
again, kicking in practice and in a
game are different. Personally, I
have great confidence in these
young men and I feel confident that
they will come through on Satur-
days."
Schlopy's task is an imposing one,
indeed. In Haji-Sheikh, he is replacing
one of the finest, if not the finest,
kicker ever to play at Michigan.
Splashed all across the kicking sec-
tion of the Michigan record books is
Haji-Sheikh's name. His name tops
the lists for most extra points in a
game, most field goals in a season,
most career field goals and most
career extra points.
"There are big shoes to fill,"
Agase said.
After the 1983 Rose Bowl ended,
and Haji-Sheikh's college career

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with it, it appeared that highly-r
touted Pat Moons was the leading
candidate to succeed Haji-Sheikh
who now does his kicking for th.
National Football League's New
York Giants. Moons, a sophomore,
was rated as the nation's best prep
kicker before coming to Michigan by
Blue Chip Magazine. But to date, he
has not been as steady as Schlopy or
Bergeron.
"HE'S A GOOD kicker," Agase
said. "But right now he lacks the
consistency of the other two. Downl
the road he should be a consisteft
kicker and at that time a fine
kicker."
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Although Schlopy now owns the
starting job, it is not altogether in-
conceivable that Bergeron, Moonis
or Melnyk could wrestle it away
from him.
"Productivity obviously is what
we're looking for," Agase said.
"This Saturday and coming Satu'
days will decide that. The bottom
line is productivity."

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