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THE MICHIGAN DATGV

THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER, 15.1986

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Graduate Student
Informal Coffee Hour
TODAY
3:30-5:30 P.M.

2nd Floor

Rackham Lounge

"SWEDISH CHURCH LIFE"
A Lecture by MRS. OLOF HERRLIN
Followed by a round table discussion
with BISHOP OLOF HERRLIN of Bisby, Sweden
FRIDAY,... 8 P.M.... Sept. 16
NEWMAN STUDENT ASSOCIATION
Thompson and Williams
UAC
AN INTELLECTUAL EXPER I ENCE
LAST CHANCE LECTURE
PROF. ORGANSKI-Political Science Dept.
SEPT. 15.. . 4:15 P.M.
MULTIPURPOSE ROOM, UGLI

SCOUTING
THE BIG TEN {
By JON SISKEN
So you think you've got prob-
lems? Just because you broke upI
with your girlfriend, flunked four,
finals, and were reclassified 1-A
all within one week, you think
you're in bad shape. Now, if there,
ever was someone who REALLY
has troubles. it would have to be
a football coach by the name of
Ray Nagel.

$10.00 Nejac TV Rentals
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SAM'S STORE
Has LEVI'S galore

Nagel, the new head coach at
Iowa University, comes to the
Hawkeyes after spending eight
successful years at Utah. He suc-
ceeds the departed Jerry Burns,
who was given the axe after a
most disappointing 1-9 season.
After several pre-season polls
had them figured as a strong con-
tender, the Hawks proved totally
inept in Big Ten competition, los-
ing all seven encounters. Nagel is
heavily counted upon to bring
winning football back to Towa City,
this season, which is a task al-
most as difficult as changing an
umpire's mind.
Quarterback Blues
Nagel first and foremost must
find a quarterback to take the'
HAIR STYLING
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ALL STYLES-RAZOR CUTTING

Iowa Rebuilds Under New Coach

place of svron-r-armed Gary Snook.
Junior Chuck Rowland and Soph-
omore Eddie Podolak are the top
candidates, both having virtually
no experience under fire. Podolak
will probably get the nod due to
his ability as a roll-out passer, a
quality of the utmost importance
to Nagel.
Silas McKinnie, leading Iowa
rusher last season with a modest
286 yards. will fill the fullback
slot. Nagel is gambling with inex-
perience at the other two back-
field positions, using Tony Wil-
liams, a converted defensive back,
at halfback, and Larry McDowell,
who last year operated as a full-
back. at wingback. With three out
of the four backfield positions in
unaccustomed hands, timing may,
be off and it could take several
games before all the problems are
ironed out.
More Woes
As if the backfield woes weren't'
enough to turn Nagel's hair more
Billboard
There will be a varsity track
team meeting today at 7:30 p.m.
in the Athletic Administration
Building.

than just a ainge of gr y, another
bombshell was dropped early in
practice when Rich O'Hara, the
most experienced and adept Hawk-
ey' receiver, was dismissed after
sipping practice. Sophomore Al
Bream will try to fill O'Hara s
shoes. which would be a eionumen-
tal accomplishment.
The remainder of the offensive
line is a glaring question mark,
with center John Ficeli the only
member with extensive varsity ser-
vice. The guards and tackles are
far from polished veterans, and
they will be hard-pressed to open
holes for McKinnie, Williams and
McDowell.
Iowa's defense, seventh in the
Big Ten last year. is in an uncer-
tain state. The Hawks boast one of
the best linebacker tandems in the
league in Terry Huff and Dan
Hilsabeck: but, with Huff indef-
initely shelved with a leg injury.
Nagel must find a substitute from'
a group of green reserves.
As for the defensive line, Nagel
is hoping against hope that Bob
Ziolokowski, a 270 pound behe-
moth, will be able to return to
full-time duty after being sidelin-

1 of last year with a gimpy
anile. The other defensive line
ots will probably be filled by
sophomores and juniors who will
be subjected to the usual Big Ten
nitiation.
Seniors Dave Moreland and Bill
cCutchen will anchor the defen-
sive backfield and should be able
to hold their own under enemy
!ire.
Golden Toe
The silver lining, if there is any
o be found in the Hawkeye's over-
rll stormy forecast. has to be kick-
er Bob Anderson. Anderson never
played hiah school ball, learned to
-Iac-kick on his own, and last
year emerged the leading Iowa
scorer. He booted six field goals in
eight attempts and was flawless
in extra points, hitting 10 for 10
for a total of 28 points.
Iowa's going to have to struggle
this year, and no one knows this
better than Ray Nagel. "Our big-
gest problem is a very thin and in-
experienced offensive line," he
frankly admits, and with only
nine lettermen on the entire first
team, inexperience will take a
heavy toll in mary areas.

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In addition to all the sporting
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Michigan man, IM goes one step
further by offering a relaxed
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and his date. The co-recreation-
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get underway once more this
Friday, 7:30 p.m., at the IM
Building.

GRID SELECTIONS
Funseekers. if you're tired of not
being noticed on campus then pay
close attention to the wonderful
offer being made by The Daily.
For just 20 correct picks, or there-
abouts, of the winning football
teams in the games featured be-
low, two tickets will be waiting
for the Michigan Theatre, cur-
rently showing "A Fine Madness."
Bert Casaba, featured on the
right, was one of last year's lucky
winners and he immediately found
unknown fame and fortune spread
upon him. He couldn't go any-
where on campus without students
noticing him. Bert, continuing his
studies to be a wine-steward, has
tried to fade out of the picture
but can still be seen working
part-time as an ice cream man in
front of the Dentistry building.
So be sure and pick up your
entry blanks at The 'Daily build-
ing at 420 Maynard St. before the
Friday midnight deadline. BERT CASABA
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4. Yale vs Conn.
5. New Mexico vs Utah State
6. Wyoming vs Air Force
7. Boston College vs Navy
8. Iowa vs Arizona
9. Indiana vs Miami

10. UCLA vs Pitt
11. Illinois vs SMU
12. USC vs Texas
13. Minnesota vs Missouri
14. MSU vs North Carolina St.
15. Memphis St. vs Miss.
16. Cal. vs Wash. St.
17. Florida vs Northwestern
18. LSU vs South Carolina
19. Florida St. vs Houston
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The Graduate School, with the cooperation of the
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interested in graduate fellowships for 1967-68.
Campus faculty representatives will describe the
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