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BY ADAM SCHRAGER
As if Big Ten competition wasn't difficult enough,
Michigan will also have to face three formidable non-
conference opponents in its attempt to garner its first-
ever national championship.
Standing most directly in the Wolverines' way is
Notre Dame, the defending National Champions. The
Fighting Irish return most importantly quarterback
Tony Rice who is 16-2 as a starter and is one of the
early Heisman Trophy favorites.
"The key to beating Notre Dame is containing Tony
Rice," said Michigan assistant head coach Gary Moeller.
"I would think that their key would be to keep us from
containing Tony Rice."
In addition to returning Rice, the Fighting Irish
possess a slew of other offensive threats, inlcuding
Raghib "Rocket" Ismail and Ricky Watters. On defense,
Notre Dame lost three of its linebackers but made up
that loss with a strong secondary.
Following Notre Dame, Michigan returns to its Jan.
2 triumphant location when it challenges UCLA in the
Rose Bowl. UCLA, which suffered an early-season loss
last week to upstart Tennessee, is forced to replace All-
American quarterback Troy Aikman.
Redshirt frosh Bret Johnson has the dubious
distinction of replacing Aikman, but has an experienced
tight end in senior All-American Charles Arbuckle and a
solid running game in junior Brian Brown and
sophomore Shawn Wills.
The third and last non-conference game will also not
be simple for the Wolverines. Maryland is 0-2
following losses against two nationally-ranked teams.
The Terrapins lost 10-6 to 20th-ranked North
Carolina State when highly-regarded quarterback Neil
O'Donnell's pass was deflected in the end zone as time
Notre Dame (13-7-0)
Mich. State (53-23-5)
Ohio State (47-33-5)
Iowa City, IA
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Happy Hour, 4-7 pm, Mon.-Fri.
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Open Mon.-Thurs., 11-10; Fri.-Sat., 11-11; Closed Sun.
and Peking cuisine.
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and Sunday buffet.
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NOW SERVING BEER & WINE
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Special, Sunday Brunch.
Open 7 days a week.
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A QOBEQT'S VOCO CAFE
Enjoy the finest Italian
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HOURS: M, W, Th, Sun. 11AM-1AM
Fri. & Sat. 11AM-3AM
CARRY OUT OR DELIVERY
Movie Goer Special
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of entree (soft)
2 English Fries 2 Movie Tickets
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1100 E. Catherine at Glen- 761-8996
Open 6 a.m. - 4 p.m. weekdays, 6
a.m.-3 p.m. Sat., 7 a.m.-2 p.m. Sun.
Serving breakfast all days and lunch.
Featuring homemade bread and raisin
Favorites for over 30 years.
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Open Mon.-Thurs., 11-10
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Facility use free to all currently enrolled students.
Great programs including Drop-In. Sport Clubs.
Intramurals. Children, and Outdoor Recreation.
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CENTRAL CAMPUS RECREATION BLDG.
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