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The University Center for"the. Cild and Family:<
1007 East Huron Street
Ann Arbor, MI 48104-1690
is a new University of Michigan based clinical agency offering a widevariety of psycho-
logical services to children and families.
Services include;
SAssessment of children's social, " Group therapy for adult survivors ofl
emotional, and intellectual develop- incest
ment " Evaluation and intervention for
"Assessment of family relationships infants and young children
*Child and Family Counseling " Comprehensive evaluations

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OPPOSITION
Continued from Page 22
tions Moe Gardner and Glenn
Cobb return at nose tackle and de-
fensive back, respectively, to anchor
the defense. Gardner, only a sopho-
more, made 15 tackles for losses last
season, and Cobb led the team in
tackles with 120. He joins Chris
Green in the secondary.
Jeff George, a transfer from
Purdue, steps in at quarterback after
sitting out last season. Mark Mc-
Gowan ranks among the confer-
ence's best offensive guards.
Nov. 19
at Ohio State
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UNIVERSITY
McCray
HEAD COACH: John Cooper, first
year (0-0 at Ohio State, 82-40-2
overall)

1987 record: 6-4-1 overall, 4-4 Big
Ten (fifth)
SERIES LEADER: Michigan, 46-
33-5
LAST MEETING: Ohio State 23,
Michigan 20 (Ann Arbor, 1987)
LETTERMEN RETURNING: 44
STARTERS RETURNING: 13
John Cooper comes over Arizona
State and Pac-10 to take over the
Buckeyes.
Cooper will work with some tal-
ented running backs that include
sophomore Carlos Snow and se-
nior Vince Workman. Marc
Hicks, a transfer from, California,
may also fit into the picture.
Jeff Uhlenake centers a veteran
offensive line for an inexperienced
quarterback in Greg Frey, who
takes over for Tom Tupa.
Everett Ross is Ohio State's
top receiver, catching 29 passes and
scoring five touchdowns a year ago.
Michael McCray continues the
Buckeyes' long tradition of great
linebackers. The Buckeyes suffered
two big losses to graduation in
linebackers Chris Spielman and Eric
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Profiles
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The Lineup
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The Big Ten
It's no longer a cut-and-dry race in the Big Ten.1
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EDITOR..........................................Stephen Gregory
ASSOCIATE EDITOR.............................................Brian Bonet
BUSINESS MANAGER.................... .Jein Kim
SALES MANAGER...............................................Jackie Miller

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