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OKLAHOMA CITY (AP)- The NCAA and three
television networks appear to be near an agreement to
telecast live college football games on Sunday as long
as the National Football League players' strike con-
tinues, The Daily Oklahoman reported in today's
editions.
The games would be shown alternately by CBS and
ABC, and could start Oct. 3, according to Tom Han-
sen, assistant executive director of the National
Collegiate Athletic Association and the director of its
college football television programming.
In the interview with The Daily Oklahoman, Han-
sen said the plan has been approved by the NCAA
television committee and awaits final approval by
the NCAA Council and the three networks that
currently have a contract with the NCAA: ABC, C$S
and the Turner Broadcast System.
The plan does not provide for moving television ex-
posures from Saturday to Sunday-except in one

possible case on Oct. 9, the date of the Oklahoma-
Texas game-but would provide for an additional
television exposure beyond those called for in the
NCAA contracts with ABC and CBS, Hansen said.
San Francisco 11, Cincinnati 7
CINCINNATI (AP) - Bill Laskey, Reggie Smith
and Bob Brenly drove in two runs apiece yesterday as
San Francisco pounded the Cincinnati Reds 11-7 to
move to within four games of first-place Los Angeles
in the national League West.
The third-place Giants gained a half-game on the
idle Dodgers, and trail second-place Atlanta by one
game. The Giants open a three-game series in Los
Angeles tonight.
Atlee Hammaker, 11-8, relieved Laskey in the four-
th, pitching three-hit ball for two innings to earn the
victory.
Leading 1-0, San Francisco scored three times in
the fourth to chase Frank Pastore, 8-12. The Giants

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FOOTBALL
1982'

By MIKE MCGRAW
Nothing beats college athletics as a
basis for seeing the sights of the coun-
try. A college athlete travels all over
the United States competing for his
school. The cross country runner,
though, not only travels about, but gets
to inspect the scenery during his 6.2
mile jaunt through the forests and
valleys surrounding college campuses.
This year, in particular, should be
exciting for the Michigan cross country
team as it takes no less than five trips to
the nineteenth state, Indiana. After the
season, the Wolverine harriers could
gain extra class credit by reporting on

the flora and fauna of Hoosierland.
THE TEAM will participate in dual
meets at Notre Dame, Purdue, and In-
diana during the season and then have
the opportunity to advance to the NCAA
Districts in West Lafayette and the
National Championships in
Bloomington. If the Wolverines ran all
these Indiana races back-to-back, the
team would run the distance from Peru
to Kokomo.
But the road trips are not the only
thing that excites coach Ron Warhurst,
who is beginning his ninth year at the
helm. He has an experienced team that
looks like a top challenger to defending
Big Ten champion, Wisconsin. "We

have the potential to
challenge for, if not win the
year," said Warhurt. "Bi
will be tough to beat. They
in the nation last year and a
everybody."
Track star Brian Dieme
lead the harriers after
shirted last year. The G
native finished second at
championships as a sopho
seniors, Bill O'Reilly a
Donakowski, should provi
Donakowski, elected team
year, was third in the Big TI
O'Reilly had a successful t
this past winter, taking thir
mile at the Big Ten meet.
"WE'RE LOOKING to
people in the top six or seve
ference championships," s

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loaded the bases on a pair of walks around Smith's
double, and Brenly hit a sacrifice fly with all runners
tagging. Laskey then lashed a two-run single to cen-
ter for a 4-0 lead.
Prusa out
Junior tackle Ron Prusa, expected to be a key
member of the Michigan offensive line this season,
suffered a knee injury in practice Wednesday and
will be examined by team physician Gerald O'Connor
today.
The extent of the injury is not known, but Prusa will
not dress for this Saturday's game against UCLA.
Prusa (6-3, 248) was listed as the starting quick
tackle during spring ball but lost the job to senior
Tom Garrity this fall. Head coach Bo Schembechler
had said earlier this week that "changes would be
made" - quite possibly in the offensive line. It is not
known what effect Prusa's injury will have on the
starting lineup for the UCLA game. - Bob Wojnowski
n hoping
the Big Ten
definitely "We'll need to, to have a chance at
Big Ten this winning."
ut Wisconsin A big addition to the team this year is
were fourth freshman Chris Brewster, who ran a
are returning 4:05 mile and an 8:47 two-mile in high
school, and came in 13th at the world
pr returns to junior cross country championships.
being red- "Chris is from London, Ontario and I
rand Rapids think he could have beaten anyone at
the Big Ten the high school level in the U.S," said
amore. Two Warhurst.
nd Gerard There will be quite a battle for the fifth
de support. through seventh spots as five returnees,
captain this plus transfer Don Passenger, vie for the
en in 1981 and remaining positions. Among the com-
track season petitors will be junior Doug Heikenen,
d in the two- and sophomore Jim Schmidt, who took
15th in the Big Ten last year. Sophs Bill
finish three Brady, Dennis Keane, and Carl Allen
n at the con- wil contribute also.
aid Warhurt. THIS SUNDAY the Wolverines open
their season, which includes a home
dual meet with Michigan State on Oct.
15, at the Springbank Road Race in
Brewster's home town of London. "The
Springbank is a 4.3 mile road race with
most of the competition being Canadian
running clubs," explained Wprhurst.
"We've won the team championship
five out of eight years. Road racing is
very popular in Canada."
But the first major test will be next
week at the Notre Dame invitational,
where Michigan will see a lot of its
competition in the conference and from
the midwest. "We're definitely under-
dogs in the Big Ten coming into this
'81 season," said Warhurst. "But that's a
position I enjoy being in."

Hear every exciting play with
JOH NKOEHN & BILL DUFEK
at the microphones
versus UCLA
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 25
12:45 p.m.
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