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Page 2- The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 7, 1984

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Hanlon

(Continued from Page 4)
by developing their minds and bodies
and helping them grow into men.
You've got to keep that idea in perspec-
tive. You can never hurt the kid."
HE HAS NOT hurt too many kids,
earning warm praise, from many,
current Wolverines for his sincerity and
honesty as a big time recruiter. To go
along with his time consuming
recruiting efforts, Hanlon portrays
Michigan football in a positive light

everywhere he travels. He is a sought
after commodity at football camps,
luncheons and associations all over the
country.
Hanlon has received offers for other
coaching opportunities, but nothing has
been good enough to lure him away
from Bo and Ann Arbor. And it is a good
thing for Michigan, too.
"Bo wouldn't have had near the suc-
cess he's had if it weren't for coach
Hanlon," states Betts. "Those two are
.so close it's unbelievable. Coach Hanlon

calls most of the (offensive) plays from
the press box. The two of them are in
constant communication during the
games. Their minds are like clockwork.
"Coach Hanlon is so important to the
success of the team that his abilities
cannot be emphasized enough," con-
cluded Betts.
It's those abilities that have helped
make Schembechler's 15-year reign in
Ann Arbor a legendary one. And for 15
years Jerry Hanlon has been the sub-
stance behind the Schembechler
juggernaut.

The Outlook

"

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. . . . . . . . Page 5

The Offense...
The Defense .. .
The Opponents

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Tm. lueA day at MiChigan Si
..The do's aj
By Dougl~'as B. 1Len,

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The Predictions . .. . . . . . Page 17

1984 schedule

Daily Photo by BRIAN MASCK
Tailback Rick Rogers (left) and fullback Eddie Garrett have some fun on
the sidelines last year. For a closer look at Michigan's backfield, see page
five.

DATE OPPONENT
Sept. 8...Miami
Sept. 15 .... Washington
Sept, 22. ,. . Wisconsin
Sept. 29 .... Indiana
Oct.6 ...... Mic.State
October 13 .Northwestern
October 20. Iowa
October 27 . Illinois
Nov. 3....Purdue
Nov. 10 ....Minnesota
Nov. 17 . ... Ohio State

SITE
Ann Arbor
Ann Arbor
Ann Arbor
Bloomington
Ann Arbor
Ann Arbor
Iowa City
Ann Arbor
W.lfayette
Ann Arbor
Columbus

TIME
1:00 p.m. EDT
1:00 p.m. EDT
1:00 p.m. EDT
1:00 p.m. EST
1:00 p.m. EDT
1:00 p.m. EDT
1:00 p.m. CDT
1:00 p.m. EDT
1:30 p.m. EST
1;00 p.m. EST
1:30 p.m. EST

O ne hundred and five years of
Michigan football have evolved
Wolverine fans into a bunch of wave
maniacs. Waving like a nut falls into
the "do" category. And now, here it
is, the do's and don'ts for 1984
Michigan football. (Play close atten-
tion freshmen.)
DO:
" Attend every second of every
home game. Failure to do so is in-
dicative of a lack of school spirit. Only
wimps lack school spirit at a place
like Go Blue 'U'.
" Go as nuts as you possibly can in-
side Michigan Stadium. If you need to
down some beers to reach this hyper'
state of mind, go ahead.
" Wear Michigan, maize 'n' blue
clothing. Painting your face and body
is vigorously encouraged, but op-
tional.
" Learn to despise those four
Mickey Mouse institutions in descen-
ding order of importance - Ohio
State, Illinois, Michigan State and
Iowa.
, Bring binoculars to the games,
guys-some of Michigan's pom pom
girls have interesting physical con-
figurations.
" Bring binoculars to the games,
gals-you can look all over the
stadium and gossip about how tacky
certain people look.
" Buy the Michigan Daily during the
week for its fine football coverage, but
avoid the opinion page.
* (Shy guys)Grab that lucious
sophomore you've been staring at five
rows in front of you when Michigan
scores its fifth touchdown of the after-
noon. She'll never see you in the con-
fusion of the celebration. (PS to the
gals annoyed at these sex-starved
pigs-what the hell, mom and dad

probably didn't see it happen on
television anyway).
" Wave like crazy if the opposing
team gets inside the Michigan 20-yard
line.
" Respond cordially to that non-
student scalper or poorly-informed
student who whines, "down in front,"
when you stand in the excitement of
the moment and block their precious
little view: "This isn't the opera, bud-
dy."
" Remove the cap of an opposing fan
when it is within reach and pass it on
up and out of la stadium. A little
nastiness adds diversity.
DON'T:
" Come into the stadium 10 minutes
into the first-quarter expecting to sit
in your ticket-designated seat.

" (Gals with a status complex
and/or the need to be chic)Dress for
the games as you would for a Friday
night at the bar. This is a football
game, not a fashion show.
* Tell your friends, "I can't go to the
game, I have to go to Stanley
Kaplan's. My LSAT's are in less than
a month," or, "I've got to go to the
library, I have a mid-term on Mon-
day." Nice life-that's the way to
budget your time.
" Root for Illinois.
" Absolutely DO NOT boo
Michigan's quarterback or any other
Wolverine player if he makes a costly
miscue. I used to boo ex-Wolverine
defensive back Marion Body ('83) and
reflecting on those misguided days, I
was way out of line.

' Look
Wolverin
of Educa
are smar
siderably
discipline
" Imita
They hav
yet trea
thusiasm
crime.
'Stay
Wolverin
in Ann A
wimp.
'Bring
the stadit
There I
of '84. Go
BLUE. It

Kick off 1984

S it whi be t#
The
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764-0558

Supplement Editor:
Sports Editor:
Writers:
Photographers:

Paul Helgren
Mike McGraw
Katie Blackwell
Douglas B. Levy
Carol Francavilla,
Dan Habib,
Brian Masck

Sales Manager: Sara Elizabeth Carson
Sales Representatives: Kraig Cotton,
Michelle Isepp, Rob Markus, Cynthia
Nixon.
Cover photo by Per Kjeldsen.

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