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v9. The Michigan Old Boys
Tomorrow, 11:30 a.m.
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Friday, September 26, 1986

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.UNCERTAINTY may govern
SO-xraichler's emotions about
H#i defense, but he is emphatic to
4-:point that Florida State's
defense is tough. It is anchored by
the inside linebackers, junior
04ul McGowan (a two-year
ritery)and senior Fred Jones (a
three-eyar starter). As
Qeienibechler noted, at 6-1, 226
4ijd 6-3, 241, they are
i'timidating as well as quick.
':"They have definitely been the
kOs toour defense," said Florida
State head coach Bobby Bowden.

iney re a better pair nan tney
are just plain individuals. They
play together and are very active
as a pair."
The rest of the Florida State
defense is young (Jones and
tackle Gerald Nichols are the
only senior starters), but are
playing beyond their years. The
Seminoles have yielded only 44
points in three games. Take
away a 34-17 loss to Nebraska at
Lincoln, and Florida State's
opposition scored a mere} ten
points in two games.
BUT THE Seminoles' offense

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hasn't been as impressive. The
quarterback duo of Chip Ferguson
and Peter Tom Willis has
generated yards, but few scores.
Last week in its 10-10 tie against
North Carolina, Florida State
produced a respectable 272 yards,
but placekicker Derek Schmidt
missed three field goals and the
offensive line allowed four
sacks.
"Our offense hasn't even come
close to jelling yet," Bowden said.
"Our biggest problem is that we
can't protect our passer."
Indeed, the key to the game
may be the battle on the line of
scrimmage when Florida State
has the ball. The Seminole
offensive line is young and has
been more than just physically
injured.
EARLIER this season, starting
offensive lineman Pablo Lopez
was shot and killed outside of a
Tallahasse bar in front of several
teammates. The effect on the
team has been devastating.
"For a youngster to see one of
their teammates go was a tragic
thing," Bowden said. "They were
torn up."
In a relative sense, Michigan
has been fortunate. Several
Wolverines are lost for the game.
Wide receiver Paul Jokisch is out
this week with a strained groin,
defensive back Doug Mallory is
sidelined until the Michigan State
game, and linebacker Carlitos
Bostic may be lost for the season.
ON THE bright side,
linebacker Steve Thibert is likely
to see action after missing the
Oregon State game.
Injuries or not, a Michigan
loss would be devastating: all the
pre-season attention would
amount to meaningless hype. A
Michigan win, however, will
deep-six any doubts about the
talent or character of the team.
And that, fair alumni, would
be something worth coming home
to.

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Michigan wide receiver John Kolesar eludes Oregon State defensive back Teddy Johnson for a 25-yard touch-
down reception last week. Kolesar and the Wolverines will look to up their record to 3-0 against Florida State at
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MICHIGAN
Offense

No. Name

Lbs. Pos.r

NOTICE TO-
MICHIGAN BELL CUSTOMERS

31 Ken Higgins ........190
74 Mike Husar ........289
76 Michael Dames......258
67 John Vitale ......... 289
78 Mark Hammerstein 285
72 John Ellicot ........307
80 Jeff Brown .........224
4 Jim Harbaugh ...... 207
23 Jamie Morris....... 179
22 Gerald White ....... 220
40 John Kolesar .......188

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HOUSTON (AP) - Mike Scott
No. Name Lbs. pitched the first National League
nine-inning no-hitter in three
3 Herb Gainer ........194 years and struck out 13 batters
751Tim Hebron.......275 yesterday as the Houston Astros
62 Jason Kulpers ...... 251 clinched their first Western
58 David Schrenker ...243Division title since 1980 with a 2-0
58 DvidSchrnke ...243victory over the San Francisco
66 Parrish Barwick ...280 Giants.
72 Pat Tomberlin ...... 298 It was the third straight shutout
85 Pat Carter .........251 victory for the Astros, who will
5 Chip Ferguson.......202 meet the New York Mets in the
33 DSammie Smith . .. .219 NL Championship Series
D0amieHSllmbeginning Oct. 8 in the
30 Tanner Holloman . .. 207 Astrodome.
24 Darrin Holloman ...170 His13 strikeouts gave him 298
for the season.
Scott, the major-league
strikeout and earned run average
46 Fleton Hayes ....... 217 leader, allowed only three base
76 Steve Gabbard ..... 265 runners.
58 Thomas Harp ......287 He hit Dan Gladden in the
79 Gerald Nichols .... .260 back with the first pitch of the
80 Terry Warren......226 game'and walked Chili Davis to
start the second inning.

On August 19. 1986, Michigan Bell Telephone Com-
piny (Applicant) filed an application for authority to revise
its Tariff M.P.S.C. No. 2 as it pertains to Auxiliary Ser-
vibes and Equipment to provide a new Centrex offering:
Optional Dormitory Service. M PS.C. Case No. U-8530
w s assigned to this filing.
Centrex Dormitory Station Lines Service is currently
available to colleges, universities and hospitals (customer)
for use in living quarters provided by the customer for
students, faculty or employees at the rates and charges
for Residence Individual Line Flat Rate Service as spec-
ified in Tariff M.P S.C. No. 1. The proposed Optional
Dormitory Service is a measured rate residential ser-
vice and would be available, where facilities permit, as
ark alternative to the current flat rate dormitory residen-
tial service offering. Customers subscribing to Optional
Dormitory Service must also subscribe to a minimum of
20 administrative business Centrex lines. The measured
raxedormitory station lines would include access to the
exchange and Message Toll Service (MTS) network, sta-
tion to station calling within the Centrex system and
TOUCH-TONE calling,,where facilities permit. Other
Centrex features would be offered on an individual case
basis, as facilities permit, subject to the regulations
and applicable provisions specified elsewhere in the
Company's tariffs.
The institution would be responsible for payment of
all rates and charges including station lines, usage, Direc-
tory Assistance, etc., associated with this offering. Appli-
c4nt will, as an option, provide billing and collecting
functions on behalf of the institution to individual station
users at charges to be developed on an individual case
basis.
When the customer selects Optional Dormitory
Service, all Centrex dormitory stations must have the
Optional Dormitory Service. Measured rate Optional Dor-
mitory Service and flat rate Centrex Dormitory Station
Lines will not be provided on the same Centrex system.
A Centrex Term Payment Plan (CTPP) for Optional
Dormitory Service is available under the same terms,
conditions and regulations as the CTPP covering the
institutions administrative lines. Where the administra-
tive lines are not covered by a CTPP option, a CTPP
for this offering is available for a period of no less than
36 months and no more than 84 months. The one time
Centrex Term Payment Plan Extension, as specified in
the Company's tariff, is also available with Applicants
offering. Termination charges are applicable when
Optional Dormitory Service station lines are terminated
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applicable to the administrative system when Optional
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Applicant proposes to develop rates and charges,
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message charges, MTS charges and Interzone Message
charnes for calls from notional nrmitorv Servine sta-

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Kalamazoo Wednesday, October 15, 1986
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East Lansing Friday, October 17, 1986 2:00 P.M.
Michigan State University
Communications Art Building, Room 147
Near Natural Resources Building at Farm Lane and Wilson
A further public hearing will beheld at 9:00 A.M. on
October 20, 1986 in the offices of the Commission, Mer-
cantile Building, 6545 Mercantile Way. Lansing, Michi-
gan, which hearing will be in the nature of a prehearing
conference and will be held for the purpose of explor-
ing and, if possible, agreeing upon matters which will
expedite the proceeding. Any interested persons may
attend the hearing and participate subject to the provi-
sions of Rule 16 of the Rules of Practice and Procedure
Before the Commission, R 460.26 (limited participation
for the purpose of giving testimony and statements of
positions) or pursuant to the provisions of Rule 11,
R 460.21 (intervention).
Rule 16-Participation
Any person may appear, pursuant to Rule 16, and pre-
sent a statement of position without formally intervening
in accordance with Rule 11 below. Any person who
wishes to make a statement but is not able to attend the
prehearing conference should write comments to the
Michigan Public Service Commission. These statements
should refer to Case No. U-8530 and be addressed to
Michigan Public Service Commission, 6545 Mercantile.
Way, PO Box 30221, Lansing, Michigan 48910. These
statements will be placed in the Commission file on the
case, if received in a timely fashion.
Rule 11-Intervention
Any other person seeking to intervene, in accordance
with Rule 11 of the Rules of Practice and Procedure
Before the Commission, shall file with the Commission,
on or before October 15, 1986, an original and 12.
copies of a Petition to Intervene, together with Proof of
Service upon Applicant.
Subparagraph (2) of said Rule provides as follows:
(2) A petition to intervene shall set out clearly
and concisely the facts supporting the petition-
ers alleged right or interest, the grounds of the
proposed intervention, and the position of the peti-
tioner in the proceeding, so as fully and completely
to advise the parties and the commission of the
specific issues of fact or law to be raised or con-
troverted" (Emphasis added.)
The Commission will require strict compliance with
the above-quoted rule.
Commission jurisdiction in this matter is pursuant
to 1913 PA 206, as amended. MCLA 484.101 et seq.;
1919 PA 419, as amended, MCLA 460.51 et seq.; 1939
PA 3: as amended, MCLA 460.1 et seq.: 1969 PA 306,
as amended. MCLA 24.201 et seq.; and the Commissions
Rules of Practice and Procedure, 1979 Administrative
Code. R 460.11 et seq.
THE TARIFF DESCRIBED IN THIS NOTICE HAS
REFN REQUESTFD BY MICHIGAN BELL TELEPHONE

Defens

39 John Willingham ... 221
60 Mark Messner .... 248
56 Billy Harris........270
93 Dave Folkersma ... 263
29 Tim Schulte.......223
49 Andy Moeller........222
41 Todd Schulte.......223
13 Garland Rivers.....187
17 Ivan Hicks .........178
14 Tony Gant........180
5 Erik Campbell .....171

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Fred Jones .........241
Paul McGowan ..... 226
Deion Sanders ......180
Stanley Shiver ......197
Greg Newell .......195
Martin Mayhew .... 172

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With this weekend's battle
between Oklahoma and Miami, s
the question on everyone's mind
seems to be, "Will Brian 'the Boz'
Bosworth be able to outpick
quarterback Vinnie Testaverde
in this week's Griddes?"
Bosworth was heard saying,
"Those guys from Pacific better:.k
beat those doormats from
Minnesota. Testaverde has the
Gophers and I got Pacific and I ,
think it may come down to that';-
pick."
Beat up on 'the Boz' and win a
free pizza from Pizza Bob's by
turning in your Griddes to the
Student Publications Building
located at 420 Maynard.
Selections must be in before
midnight tonight.
1. Florida State at MICHIGAN m I
(pick total points)
2. Western Michigan at Michigan
3. Utahat Ohio State
4. Purdue at Notre Dame "
5. Texas-El Paso at Iowa
6. Indiana at Missouri
7. Pacific at Minnesota
8. Wyoming at Wisconsin
9. Northwestern at Princeton %.

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