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Collins signs
Former Michigan quarterback
Todd Collins signed with the
Buffalo Bills Monday.
Moeller's
attorney
_confirms
resignation
By John Leroi
Daily Sports Editor
In a confidential letter sent to the
University Gary Moeller's attorney,
Deborah Gordon, said that Moeller did
not leave the University voluntarily. But
Gordon told The Michigan Daily Mon-
day that Moeller did in fact resign.
"Gary Moeller resigned," Gordon
said. "(The letter was) correspondence
between lawyers. The whole thing has
been totally blown out of proportion."
In the letter faxed to University attor-
ney Gloria Hage on the morning of May
4 - the day Moeller's resignation was
announced - Gordon wrote: "This is to
confirm our conversation of yesterday, at
which time we discussed the announce-
ment to be made concerning Gary
Moeller's departure as head football
coach from the University.
"It is agreed that Mr. Moeller's an-
nounced resignation will have no impact
on our legal position that this is not vol-
untary."
Tie remaining 2 1/2 years of
Moeller's contract was bought out as if
he were fired.
But Vice President for University
Relations Walter Harrison said that
Moeller "definitely resigned.
Athletic Department spokesman -
Bruce Madej said yesterady that spar
"Moeller did resign. That is for certain."
Moeller was hired June 23 by the Detroit Tig
Cincinnati Bengals of the NFL as an as- Mille Schei
sistant coach in charge of tight ends. charity eve
- Daily News Editor Ainy Klein in the nam
contributed to this report who died o

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By John Leroi
taily Sports Editor
Makhtar Ndiaye will not return for
his junior season at Michigan. Athletic
Department spokesperson Bruce Madej
confirmed yesterday.
Ndiaye becomes the third player in
his class to transfer, joining Ols ier
Saint-John, who left for San Jose State
during the season and Bobby Crawford
who transferred to Rice in April.
In the June 28 issue of The Michigan
Daily, Ndiaye complained of jealousy
between players and cited lack of team
unity as a reason for the Wolverines'
lackluster play and early departure from
the NCAA tournament
"We have a lot of jealousy on this
team," Ndiaye said. "You're hsoping
somebody will get hurt so you can play.
When you come see us play, we're all
hugging. But we're faking it. It's not like
that."

He also took a few,\ parting shots at
Michigan coach Steve Fisher before
leaving, saying that he "tries to make ev-
erybody happy and you can not win by
making everybody
happy.
Ndiaye left for
Shis home country f
Senegal in late Ju
tiny out for tlse n
tional team and
X Could not be
sreached for cost-
tment.
It is still nicleas
Ndiaye where the 6-foot-9
center will transfer to, though he will
probably play at some school in the
United States.
The loss of Nfsiaye leaves sophls-
mores Maurice Taylor and Mace
Baston as the Wolverines' only experi-
enced frontcourt playets.

Dolan named Big Ten
Athlete of the Year

cy pays a visit!
er manager Sparky Anderson signs autographs at the Third Annual
mbechler Golf Classic at Michigan Golf Course, on Monday. The
nt raised money for adrenal cancer research at University Hospitals
e of former Michigan football coach Bo Schembechler's wife, Millie,
A adrenal cancer in 1992.

By John Leroi
Daily Sports Editor
Michigan swimmer Tons Dolan was
named the Big Ten's Jesse Owen's Ath-
lete of the Year by a panel of Midwest
Media representatives last week.
Dolan, who was named both U.S.
Swimming and NCAA Swimmer of the
Year, claimed four NCAA individual titles

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and led the Wolverines to the national
championship in March.
The sophomore from Arlington,
Va., became the first man since Matt
Biondi to establish three American
records, setting American, U.S. Open
and NCAA marks in the 500-yard
freestyle (4:08.75), the 1650 freestyle
(14:29.31) and the 400 individual med-
ley (3:38.18).
He also won the 8(X) freestyle cham
onship to bring his NCAA title count to
five.
Dolan became the first Michigan Ath-
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