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The Michigan Daily - Friday, November 9, 1984 - Page 13
The Weekly Da iy Line

Any undergraduate enrolled in our fine University who
claims to not be aware of this week's special guest, should sit
down and reevaluate his or her reason for existence.
Shakey Jake is Ann Arbor's ultimate character, roaming the
streets at will, bringing a smile to many a face.
BUT WHO IS this elusive personality? And most
significantly, does he know anything about football?
"I've just got to find out about this guy before I graduate,"
said Doug Levy. " 3esiaes, this will be an excellent oppor-
tunity for me to gain some ground on the special guests."
Shakey Jake Woods claims to be 85 years old, although he
looks much younger. Shakey was born in Little Rock, Arkan-
sas and eventually migrated to Ann Arbor in 1959.

WHEN QUESTIONED as to his favorite sport, he replied,
"I like all sports." Queried about his opinions on pop super-
stars, Michael Jackson and Prince, Jake noted that they are
both fine talents. He seems to prefer Prince over Michael.
Last week's special guest, Wolverine baseball coach Bud
Middaugh, went 6-3-1, throwing the guests, Levy and Mike
McGraw into a three-way tie at 57-31-2.
Sweet Katie Blackwell is still far out in front with a 63-25-2
mark. Bo's favorite admits that -her"biggest 'ihieen
stuffing her success in Levy's face.
"I believe that Katie's extraordinary success is something
that women everywhere should really rally around," said
Levy.

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'M' CO-CAPTAIN BREAKS LEG IN PRACTICE
James out for season

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Michigan's latest basketball recruit
is Loy Vaught. The Daily incorrectly
spelled his name in Wednesday's paper.

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IS OUT
LD.

By MIKE McGRAW
So far this fall, quarterbacks, defen-
sive backs and linebackers have gone
down with serious injuries on the
Michigan football team, so why not an
offensive lineman?
Guard and co-captain Doug James
was lost for the season when he broke
his leg in practice on Wednesday, ad-
ding to the long list of injuries that have
plagued the Wolverines all season.
"UNFORTUNATELY, someone fell
on his leg (Wednesday) night and
cracked a bone, so he's out for the
season," said Bo Schembechler yester-
day morning. "And that really hurts
because he's really been our most con-
sistent offensive lineman this season
and of course, our captain and leader
there."
James will now join teammates Tony
Gant and Jim Harbaugh on the
sidelines in this season which has been
the worst for injuries in Schem-
bechler's 15-year Michigan career.

"I feel very badly for Doug because
he wanted to finish strong this season
and has given us great leadership,"
said Schembechler. "It's just another
one of those things. What can you do?"
THIS SETBACK means that James'
playing career is over at Michigan. The
fifth-year senior from Louisville, Ky.
has been a starter for three years on the
offensive line-at tackle in '82 and '83
before moving to guard this season.
James' replacement this week is ex-
pected to be senior Bob Popowski, a
Chicago native who has seen limited ac-
tion during his career. Schembechler
has also moved Mark Hammerstein
from tackle to guard to help fill the
void.
In other injury news, quarterback
Russ Rein is still being hampered by a
broken thumb on his left hand. But
Schembechler said the sophomore
could be available for emergency use.
Minnesota's exciting freshman quar-
terback, Rickey Foggie, who has been

out since suffering a minor shoulder
separation against Michigan State Oc-
tober 27, is expected to start Saturday
against the Wolverines in Michigan
Stadium.

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