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The search will begin shortly for
a new Michigan baseball coach.

SPORTS

Wednesday
August 2,1995

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Pigskin Classic still
6,000 shy of sellout
From Staff Reports The game was moved to Ann Arbor
Approximately 6,000 tickets still re- this season in part because of Michigan
aain for the Wolverines' Pigskin Classic Stadium's 102,501
game against Vir- seat capacity and its
ginia at Michigan reputation for hold-
Stadium Aug. 26. ing as much as
The Classic, The first collegiate football 106,000 regularly.
which marks the game of the 1995 season. The stadium has
opening of te col- er. Michigan Stadium ranked first in
legiate football sea- Saturday, Aug. 26, 12 noon NCAA Division I
son, is being played wt M n seriABs (s. football attendance
WhMichigan Wolverines vso.
at a college-owned since 1974.
facility for the first Virgnia Cavaliers Tickets will be
time. Since its inau- on sale at the Michi-
gural contest in 1990, the game has been gan ticket office until game day at $30
played in front of large crowds in each. For additional information, contact
California's Anaheim Stadium. the ticket department at(313)764-0247.

INTRAMURAL
SPORTS
PROGRAM
BREATHTAKING!
UPCOMING ACTIVITIES
CROSS Entry Deadline: Friday 8/4 2:00pm IMSB Main Office
COUNTRY Entry Fee: $5.00 per individual
RUN Course Length and Location: 3.1m/5k at Mitchell/Gallup
Race Date and Time: Monday August 7 4:30pm
THANKS!!
To all the Students, Faculty and Staff who participated in
the Intramural Sports Program during the
1995 Spring and Summer Terms.
Enjoy the remainder of the summer.
We look forward to seeing you in the Fail.
FALL TERM IM ACTIVITIES
Start planning for the
Fall Term activities offered by
the INTRAMURAL SPORTS PROGRAMI
Soccer Softball ice Hockey Team Tennis 3-on-3 Basketball
Tennis - Sgla & Dbis Goif - Two Person Scramble
Pre-Season Flag Football Track & Field Flag Football
Cross Country Run Wrestling Broomball Pre-Season Basketball
OFFICIATING OPPORTUNITIES.
Officials will be needed throughout the Fall and Winter terms.
if you are interested in sports and would like to earn some extra
spending money, attend the clinics and become an IM Officiall
FALL TERM IM OFFICIATED SPORTS
Soccer Softball Ice Hockey
Flag Football Broomball Pre-Season Basketball
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Michigan senior Amani Toomer will start working out tomorrow.

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Hungry
players
start to
By Nicholas J. Cotsonika
Daily Sports Editor
The freshman Wolverines who re-
ported to practice for the first time Mon-
day probably expected a team in disar-
ray.
With a new head coach, offensive
coordinator and defensive coordinator,
many would think life would be a little
hectic around Schembechler Hall.
It's not. "We're going to have no ex-
cuses for failure," said new Michigan
head coach Lloyd Carr. "We expect
play Ohio State in the last game of the
year for the Big Ten Championship."
Expectations are as they have always
been this time of year in Ann Arbor. The
Wolverines should win and that is what
they ae prepared to do.
Returning players report for two-a-
days tomorrow, but most have actually
been working out all summer. Many a
weight has been lifted, many a mile has
'been run.
"We'll be ready," said linebacker
Jarrett Irons in June. "Coach Carr is a
Michigan man and we have a good team
coming back. We'll be ready."
The Wolverines have only three
weeks of six-hour practices before their
first test: Virginia in the Pigskin Classic
at Michigan Stadium Aug. 26.
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