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THE FIRST TUESDAYLUNCH-DISCUSSION
at the INTERNATIONAL CENTER
TUESDAY., September 9--12 Noon
"THE GIANT AWAKES: PROBLEMS &
PROSPECTS FOR NIGERIA IN THE 1980'x"

Sunday, September 7, 1980 - The Michigan Daiy- Page 12
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Hawkeyes harvest winning attitd

By ALAN FANGER
Third in a nine-part series
Editor's note. This is third in -a
series'of nine articles examining the
1980 Big Ten football season. The
series was written by Daily Sports
Editor Alan Fan ger and Executive
Sports Editor Mark Mihanovic.

"Tackle to tackle, I really feel we
have two great offensive lines," said
Fry. "And the second team can com-
pete with the first team."
THE LINE, WHICH is anchored by
All-Big Ten center Jay Hilgenberg and
two other third-year starters, pushed
the Hawkeyes past the 20-first down

passes last year," he said. "That was
terrible. Right now I'd have to say that
our secondary is the biggest question
mark on our football team."~
While the transition from 2-8-1 to 5-6
has sent many Hawkeyes fans sky-high,
Fry sees his team progressing more
slowly than people would like to

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believe. No roses this year, but at least
some more headaches for the rest of the
conference.
The opener at Indiana this Saturday
may be an accurate gauge of the
Hawkeyes' strengths and weaknesses,
according to Fry.
"I think it's wonderful to open the
season with a good team, because I
don't have to give a pep talk to get my
team ready.1
"We're on our way back. We really
are. We've got all the ingredients to be
a winner."
TOMORROW: Michigan State

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crept up on- the Hawkeyes at the S a e of W*t o
.f w....receiver positions. Gone are leading
Bady-Keith Chappelle must now pick
upthe slack, and the Inglewood, Cal.
s tnqe frlnigan acigmight be votd ow
senior has, according to Fry, improved 1 1ted o w n
ythe pigskin. CHICAGO (AP)-Baseball Coi- proved the Chicago Tribune reported
Mosley's graduation came at a par- missioner Bowie Kuhn and the yesterday.
"' ,.;;r" "r 'ticularly sorrowful time for Iowa, since president of the American League have The newspaper, in a copyrighted
995±=1117 309 S. Stat ~yry now has an offensive line that could told Edward J. DeBartolo Sr. that his story, said Kuhn and AL President Lee'
Suesshave helped him along to even more proposed $20 million purchase of the MacPhail told the Youngstown, Ohio,,
,. key at QB yardage, had he another year to play. Chicago White Sox will not be ap- multimillionaire that organized
baseball would not approve the sale,
w ' Which was announced Aug. 22.
The Tribune said the White Sox board
,. ~ ,.. j". . 3'>..r <., , , ., : g .of directors would be informed of the
..... ... .,..decision at a meeting today.
<,, .;z The newspaper did not cite any sour-~
/ v ces for its report. Attempts to reach
~. ..~..... -Kun~ and DeBartolo by telephone last
- .. . . .:;;::;:..:..:..:%.::..:..night proved unsuccessful.
White Sox President Bill Veeck,
i z 3 f . reached by telephone in his Chicago
V. hospital room,. declined commnt.
i :.f .. * . . __ :. ;> .. Veeck has been undergoing inhalaion.
~ :.~..y:therapy since Aug. 24 and remains in-
" ',e _w . . '. ° ;. : .." F/.r. .... ,., , good condition.5
S...! Machal informed the elderDeBar-
.;yyc .....A'.o ..... 3to.o.that a pollrftheleague's 14 owner
* Y,<"; °"indicated that the five negative votes
necessary to veto the purchase would
tr r r sbe cast, the Tribune said.
.. ~According to' the newspape , Kuhn
" s:" t:.,.=..t; .. ...... ..... f... .talked with DeBartolo after the
' r.:.*. .. .' meeting with MacPhail and told him
S R4.$ .+ f ''> C o,,a£6C 9Y s:t 9<3 /,,.: h Jrythe league's owners are wary of absen-
...............................................so~y. ..,. tee owners. .
~ ~ DeBartolo, 71, is head of DeBartolo.
Corp., which develops shopping malls
, ' ~ 3" , r~k ,tDeBartolo interests own two .
S . ,. i 'professional sportsy ii , franchisess the^ .+'r Sani r<i
vF... .. ". x .v Francisco 49ers of the National Foot-
:c: , ,,p _. b ,,. ; < ' .dy~ t''%. V ; / i= ba. ll League, operated by Eddie DeBar-
£ . .: ' @A C t" . SA'§.the H ockeyr:. " e uins o
41 ;;....~.. . DeBartolo spokesman Vincent J. Bar-
Bartimo has said the White Sox are
. ~ .~...... ....,.....~..Y.' the third team DeBartolo has attem-.
s. ;\h- ~, R',N & ,. 3 ...A...z.'!.'F pted to buy, 'after negotiations to pur
'... :d o/ C,. ............. #c~r Oakland A's failed.;Delarto.o<hadfcon
<; ; r AA.' k sidered moving the A's to New Orleans,*
The Tribune reported that some
$\ y 10White Sox investors have voiced con-
cern that the elder DeBartolo would
'shift the White Sox to New Orleans, but
II ,LL, added that he was also prepared to post
He e o e the bond ofeas "several million dollars" to
areban ingease such fears.
" The Tribune also reported that
Iyouneemos DeBartolo will counter argument of~
3~IVI ~ J ~ ~ hI~~"absentee ownership" by detailing
* I'plans for improvement ofth club'sY
Au I A A~ping the baseball team.
olln o e3irs3Glsspoc og DeBartolo interests also own three :
~. race tracks, Louisiana Downs In'
N Sevc -h reC e kn wihRelated S rie You C nIude: Bosie City, La., Thistledown in
II~J~ ~I~~ifh~i, ~ ~Cleveland, and Balmoral in Crete, a
X199minmumbalance incnecikino24-Hour Ato a ielerSevc brsutohia.
~i o ~~-~~- t~~'' uto'raicWitSrvieDsBr tos Ch sicao.bte
or " v rrf roe to E board of directors also is expected today
Telephonee Transferch ckin CServiceae asimilar bid from a
averagee ranfe*S rvceChicagoarea group.
kor* Systematic Savings<
q$1000 minimum balance in First Class savings a-yPoeSrieNAhay doe of M
Autumn ushers in yet another
5.47% Effective Annual Yield on Savings Monthl Statements action-packed sports season in
.terfhEii Ann Arbor, and the Daily sports
5.25% annual rate compounded continuously C v rn e eyta scio on' staff is ready to bring you a close-
Coveingever trnsacionup view of intramural, as well as4
paid daily -- the highest rate a bank can both accounts intercollegiate, sports. Starting
F - ; s ?next week, we'll carry the scores ~
pay on regular savings and results of all IM games andh,
tournaments on ao daily basis.
Come to any NBT office and get First Class treatment W'las rn o oeaeo
key intramural games and"
F ~championships, and focus in on
some of the outstanding athletes 4
a ~whose names may not be familiar.,
. to you. And if your're concerned +~
" about entering an IM competition
before the deadline passes, we'll
\" carr a running is it of iinh'min~w

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