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Page 10 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, November 2, 1984

The Weekly Daily Line

"How'd Frieder do?" questioned the exercised a good deal of influence over
enthusiastic voice on the other end of his star shortstop Barry Larkin, when
the line. "Well coach," came the Larkin made his picks.
cautious response, "Frieder went 5-5 But why now? Is there any timeliness
this week, which happens to be the wor- to having a baseball coach make his
st any of our special guests have done." picks in the middle of the off season?
"Well you know why he did so bad Quite frankly, Middaugh has been
don't you? Because we all helped him Michigan's most successful coach since
out." he arrived in Ann Arbor six years ago.
Nonetheless, baseball coach Bud Four of Middaugh's five teams have
Middaugh agreed to take a -.gone to the College World
stab at prognostication this Series, where the nation's top
week. eight squads battle for the
national title. In 1983 the
Actually Middaugh has been Wolverines were ranked third
waiting patiently all season in the nation.
long for the coveted oppor- At Michigan, Middaugh has
tunity to make his picks for compiled a brilliant record of
the Daily Line. Not only has he 214-77-1. Before taking over at
helped Wolverine basketball Michigan, Middaugh was at
coach Bill Frieder with his Miami of Ohio were from 1968-
selections, but Middaugh also 1979 he guided the Redskins to
Middaugh a 356-173 mark.
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By PAUL HELGREN
The curse of the Michigan quarter-
backs strikes again.
This time it was sophomore Russell
Rein's turn to fall victim to sinister
misfortune. Rein broke his left thumb
in practice Tuesday while running an
option play, becoming the fourth
Wolverine quarterback to go down in

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1984. Rein's injury leaves coach Bo
Schembechler with only two healthy
signal-callers for Saturday's game at
Purdue.
REIN, A RIGHTHANDER, broke his
left thumb between the tip and the first
knuckle. Though Rein said the cast will
probably be removed on Sunday,
Schembechler discounted using him
Saturday.
"He's definitely out for the Purdue
game," Schembechler said.
Rein was not certain how he got in-
jured. "I was pitching the ball and
then there was a sharp pain in my
thumb," he said. "I don't know if I hit it
on a helmet or what."
BUT, REIN ADDED, "I'll be ready to
play by Monday for sure."~
Rein had been sharing the starting
spot with Chris Zurbrugg (who injured
his back last spring) since Jim Har-
baugh broke his arm against Michigan

Rein
...tough break
State. Rein started the Northwestern
and Iowa games, while Zurbrugg led
Michigan to victory over Illinois.
Zurbrugg's backup now is freshman
Bob Cernak from Lockport, Ill. Cernak
broke his right (throwing) thumb two
weeks before the season started and

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returned to practice only three weeks
ago. Cernak admitted he is not yet fully
prepared to assume the quarterback
duties.
"MY SHOULDER isn't as strong and4
I don't have the zip on the ball yet,"
Cernak commented. "It'll take a couple
of weeks for it to get back to normal."
This is the first week that Cernak has
been getting a significant share of
snaps in practice.
The spell of bad luck suffered by
Wolverine QBs has left Schembechler
mystified, but not discouraged.
"We're just in dire straights," he
said. "We don't have anybody else
available.
"There's no use dwelling on it. We've
had more than a half-dozen broken
bones, we've had bad backs, knees,
every kind of injury you can think of.
Once in every career you have a season
like ours. We're having ours now."

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