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M' won't
help USFL
By RON POLLACK
Michigan athletic director Don
Canham said yesterday that the
United States Football League can
consider itself an unwelcome guest
in Ann Arbor.
Canham admitted that there is no
way to keep USFL officials and
scouts from attending Michigan
football games, but added that the
athletic department will no longer
grant certain courtesies to the
league.
"THE NFL always wants the
opinions of coaches on players,"
said Canham implying that this
source of information will no longer
be available to the tUSFL. 'And we
probably won't let the USFL into
practices.''
This decision stems from the New
Jersey Generals' signing of under-
classman tailback Herschel Walker.
"Where it is a problem, is that
college football supports the school's
whole program - mens and
womens," said Canham. "If you lose
a Herschel Walker early, it hurts the
program. If you lose a baseball
player early, it doesn't hurt your
system of support."
Canham added that the Big Ten
may take action against the USFL
during its May meetings.

(Continued from Page 1)
A LAWYER on Specter's staff, Steve
Johnson, said -the senator introduced
the bill because of the controversy

them, they won't be subject to anti-trust
laws if they are sued by players.
Players will no longer have a cause of
action against league teams."
Canham said the problem extends
beyond the uproar over the Walker case
and would be an important contribution

" Tower) believes the student should
be able to complete his education
without the frustration of being
recruited by the leagues." :McClure.
said. -It's primarily an education-
based thing."
Among others testifying with Schem-

'(Schembechler will) say that you can't run
an intercollegiate football program and
keep it on a high level if you're going to lose
players before they develop.'
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surrounding the signing of former
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"( During negotiations with the
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"IF PASSED, it would be a very big
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PONTIAC - The Detroit Pistons
gave away a game they should have
won last night to the perennial NBA
"powerhouse" Utah Jazz at the Silver-
dome. Detroit hit eleven straight
dM0313 points after the opening tip, but Utah
gradually closed the gap and finally
won, 125-115.
We just didn't put them away in the
third quarter," said a subdued Piston
coach Scotty Robertson after the game.
"We've been lacking that killer instinct
all year long and tonight it cost us
another one."
ROBERTSON ALSO noted that his
team has been feeling both mentally
and physically tired of late.
The difference in the game was the
defensive play of Utah forward John
Drew. He hounded Piston Kelly
Tripucka all night and held the usually
high-scoring forward to just eight poin-
ts.

Forward Terry Tyler led the Pistons
with 26 points. Bill Laimbeer added 20
and grabbed 11 rebounds. Cliff
Levingston came off the bench to
replace Tripucka in the second quarter
and inspired the fans with some flashy
moves at both ends of the court.
Levingston finished with twelve points.
Utah guard Gerry Eaves led all
scores with 35 points and Drew added
34.

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