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Michigan football
vs. Iowa
Saturday, 12:15 p.m.
Michigan Stadium

SPORTS

Women's field hockey
vs. Alumni
Saturday, 10 a.m.
Tartan Turf

The Michigan Daily
Ann Arbor, NFL

Friday, October 16, 1987

Page 10

anticipate football's return

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Pro strike called off

(Continued from Page 1)
detriment of the players."
The suit asks that the court throw
out the college draft as well as the
league's system of free agent
compensation and right of first
refusal for teams threatened with
losing players. It also asks that it
void all player contracts signed after
Sept. 16, 1987, most of which are
contracts with the replacement

players.
"We tried bargaining, now we'll
let the courts decide," Upshaw said.
The Management Council
executive committee said in a
statement it would have no comment
until it had read the suit.
The union statement came almost
five hours after teams started
reporting amid chaos and confusion
in city after city.

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NATIONAL COLLEGIATE ALCOHOL AWARENESS WEEK
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN OCTOBER 19-25,1987
Monday, October 19
Modern Languages Building, Auditorium 3, 4:30 pm
"Soft is the Heart of a Child," A film dramatically illustrating
the effects of alcoholism on families. Discussion follows. '
Tuesday, October 20
Nectarine Ballrom, 4-7 pm
Video Showcasel Dance to Roger the New Music DJ and
view numerous local artists' videos. Alcohol-free.
Wednesday, October 21
Modern Languages Building, Auditorium 3, 4:30 pm
"DWI: Deadliest Weapon in America," documentary of the
most unpredictable killer: drunk driving. Discussion follows.
Thursday, October 22
The University Club, 9:00 pm
UAC's Soundstage of jazz musicians provides a musical back-
drop to an alcohol-free wine, beer and Soho soda taste test
Friday, October 23
University Club, 5-7 pm
Happy hour - Non alcoholic wine taste test.
Monday - Friday, October 19 - 25
Residence Halls, Fraternities, Sororities and Co-ops
Selected times
Alcohol Awareness Workshops
.ALL EVENTS ARE FREE
Contact Teresa Herzog, University Health Service, for more information -
763-1320. Sponsored by: University Health Service Substance Abuse
Education Program in cooperation with: The Michigan Union, Housing,
The University Club of Ann Arbor, Counseling Services, PARAADE,
and The Nectarine Ballroom.

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Dan McGwire and Tom Poholsk4
each played parts of the first four
games. Against Michigan State two
weeks ago, the 6-8 McGwire was
sandwiched by two blitzing Spartans
and was knocked out of action with a
leg injury. Hartlieb replaced him,
playing the rest of the 19-14 loss to
the Spartans and all of the 31-10
victory over Wisconsin last week.
"All three are good quarterbacks,"
said Schembechler. "It's just a
matter of deciding which one they
want to play. Iowa can definitely
throw the ball.
"Our defensive secondary looked
good against Michigan State and
Wisconsin, but they have not been
tested by a passing team. Iowa is a
great passing team. If they look
good against Iowa, then I'll say I'm
pleased."
Hartlieb, leading the Big Ten in
completion percentage at 70.6 (60
for 85), is the scheduled starter for
tomorrow's game. McGwire "has an
outside chance to play," according to
Iowa coach Hayden Fry. "His leg is
still not 100 percent, but by
Saturday he may be ready."
MCGWIR E is one of several
injured Hawkeyes. Last year's star
running back, Rick Bayless, has
missed most of the season with a
knee problem. Bayless will be out at
least two more weeks. Tailback
Kevin Harmon, brother of the
Buffalo Bills' Ronnie Harmon, has
an ankle injury and is questionable
for Michigan. A special ankle brace
has been prepared that may allow
Harmon to play.
The Iowa backfield will be
manned by freshmen. Tony Stewart,
effective in a starting role last week,
will open the game at tailback. Chet
Davis will back up Stewart.
Fry said early in the week that
three offensive linemen were injured
and could not practice, but all are
expected to play against the
Wolverines.

Schembechler believes the
Iawkeyes' record would be better if
aot for the injuries. "Iowa had
maybe the best team in the league,"
he said, "but they've been nicked, so
they end up losing a couple games."
MICHIGAN has its own injury
problems. In addition to the banged-
up linebacker corps, this week
Schembechler's defense suffered
another blow. Middle guard Billy
Harris is doubtful with a sprained
ankle. Sophomore Mike Teeter, also
returning from an injury, and senior
T.J. Osman will fill in if Harris
cannot play.
Also out of the Wolverine lineup
will be reserve tailback Allen
Jefferson. The promising rookie
suffered a broken arm and is out for
the season.
The Hawkeyes haved remained
relatively injury-free on defense.
Iowa is ranked number one in the
nation in pass defense. The Hawkeye
pass defense looms larger after
Michigan quarterback Demetrius
Brown's seven-interception game
against Michigan State. Iowa strong
safety Kerrie Burt, leading the team
with five interceptions, heads up the
unit that includes senior Dwight
Sistrunk, nephew of former Oakland
Raider Otis Sistrunk.
Another Hawkeye defensive
standout is senior nose guard Dave
Haight, who made 20 tackles in last
year's Iowa-Michigan game.
Michigan's 20-17 win over Iowa
in 1986, like three of the last four
games between the teams, came
down to a last-second field goal.
Michigan junior Mike Gillette
kicked the game-winner last season;
Iowa senior Rob Houghtlin booted
the year before.
"I have confidence in my kicking
game," said Schembechler. "But I
don't want it to come down to the
kicking game."

Daily Photo by JOHN MUNSON.
Wolverine noseguard Billy Harris bears down on Michigan State quar-
terback Bobby McAllister in last week's action. Harris has been added to
the list of injured and is doubtful for tomorrow's home game against
Iowa.

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