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Victory over Iowa is
happy return for Everitt
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Rushing Att Yds Avg L ag
Lampkin 5 35 7.0 19
Rodgers 6 3 0.5 8
Kujawa 1 - 1 -1.0 - 1
M'gomery 5 1 4 2.8 7
Saunders 11 26 2.4 1 0
Total 28 77 2.75 19
Receiving C Yds Avg TD
Filloon 2 17 8.5 0
Hughes 3 52 17.3 1
Whitaker 1 8 8.0 0
Cross 4 85 21.3 0
Saunders 3 24 8.0 0
M'gomery 9 64 7.1 0
Lampkin 3 17 5.7 0
Kuawa 1 8 8.0 0
Total 26 275 10.6 1
Punting No. Yds Lg Avg
Fisher 2 34 34 17.0
Hutsak 5 181 45 36.2
Total 7 215 45 30.7
Punt
Returns No. Yds Ava Lg
Wise 1 28 28.0 28
Kickoff
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Hughes 2 36 18.0 20
Jones 2 13 6.5 10
Jasper 1 26 26.0 26

IOWA CITY - Michigan center Steve Everitt returned to the start-
ing lineup Saturday after being out for two weeks with a broken jaw suf-
fered during the Notre Dame game.
"I talked to the doctor and he said he could have played two weeks ago
as far as the jaw is concerned," Michigan coach Gary Moeller said.
Everitt didn't see action against Florida State because the swelling in
his jaw would have caused him too much pain. This week the swelling went
down, enabling him to practice. His face mask was extended and his chin
strap was designed to keep pressure off his jaw.
"Ihave enough protection around it," Everitt said. "It feels good to be
back."
Everitt is still on the milkshake and soup diet, drinking around the
clock to keep his weight up. Moeller is also making sure he retains his ag-
gressiveness.
"He kept wanting to get in there," Moeller said. "So I told him, 'I'm
going to try you, but you've got to go in there and put your face on peo-
ple.'"
INJURY UPDATE: Iowa starting tailback Mike Saunders didn't see
action in the second half. After experiencing internal injuries on the last
series of the first half, Saunders sat out the remainder of the game.
The Hawkeyes aren't sure about what actually happened. Fry believes
Saunders could have some cracked ribs, and X-rays were taken following
the game.
Junior Marvin Lampkin replaced Saunders after the intermission, ac-
cumulating 35 yards on five carries.
INJURY UPDATE II: Michigan outside linebacker Martin Davis is
battling a pinched nerve injury he suffered during the Florida State game
last week. He thought he was through with it Monday, but he re-pinched it
during Tuesday's practice. Neil Simpson started in Davis' place.
OH, THOSE EXTRA POINTS: The Wolverines have a new defensive
strong point: stopping the opponent's conversion attempts. Iowa missed
all four of its tries Saturday. And Florida State missed five the week be-
fore, bringing the season total of rejected conversions to nine.
FIRST QUARTER FIRSTS: David Ritter's 21-yard touchdown return
after Deon Johnson blocked Scott Fisher's first quarter punt marked
the first score the Hawkeyes have given up in the opening quarter this sea-
son.
By keeping Iowa scoreless through the first 15 minutes, Michigan be-
came the first team to shut the Hawkeyes out for a first quarter this season.
However, they sure got close. On the second quarter's second play,
Montgomery dove over from the one to get Iowa on the board.
CHASING THE RECORD BOOK: Wolverine receiver Desmond
Howard's 47 yards receiving moved him ahead of John Kolesar into sev-
enth place on Michigan's all-time receiving list. Howard needs 77 more
yards to move into fifth. He also needs one more reception to move into
fifth place on the all-time reception list.
With his 196 yards passing, Elvis Grbac passed Rob Lytle to move into
10th place on the Wolverines' all-time total offense list. Michigan's
Heisman Trophy winner, Tom Harmon is Grbac's next obstacle.
THREE OVER 50: Michigan had three offensive plays that went over
50 yards, the first of which came on the Wolverines' first play from
scrimmage. Desmond Howard ran up the right sideline on a 52-yard reverse.
Michigan's other receiver, Yale VanDyne went 59 yards one quarter later
after catching a short pass and breaking several tackles. Tailback Jesse
Johnson then evaded tacklers late in the third quarter for a 56-yard rush.
WHAT PRESS CONFERENCE?: Michigan coach Gary Moeller com-
pletely forgot he had a post-game press conference. He came into the press
room with wet hair and a white T-shirt after being rushed out of the lock-
erroom.
"I forgot all about this. I was in the shower," Moeller explained.
MAKING NEWS: NBC Nightly News anchor Tom Brokaw attended
the game Saturday. A Hawkeye alumni, Brokaw went to every game as a
student, including in 1959 when Iowa went to the Rose Bowl.
"I was down in the middle of the stands," Brokaw said. "I found out if
you were a member of the card club you got the best seats. I wasn't very
good with the cards, but I was good with the girls."
And what did Brokaw think of the game? "I think I can make it as a
walk-on in the punting program," he said.
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The Governor of Michigan has declared October 6-12, 1991, as Investing in Ability
Week. The purpose of this special observance is to encourage employers, as well
as the general public, to focus on the abilities of individuals who have handicaps.
The University of Michigan will celebrate Investing in Ability Week with a series of
events listed below.
er 7th Employment Day
Equal Employment Opportunities for People With Disabilities
Panel of Speakers: Ms. ElsarKircher Cole- General Counsel of the University of
Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI.; Mr. Thomas Hustoles- partner at Miller, Canfield,
Paddock, and Stone, Kalamazoo, MI.; Mr. Art Stine- Assistant to the Director,
Michigan Department of Civil Rights, Lansing, MI.
Time: 11:00am-12:30pm Place: Kuenzel Room, Michigan Union
Marketing Your Abilities: The Recruiter Perspective
A panel of recruiters will share insights on job search strategies for students with
disabilities. Co-sponsored by UM Career Planning and Placement.
Time: 3:30-5:00pm Place: Anderson Room, Michigan Union
Keynote Speaker: Name, location and time to be announced.
A sign language interpreter will be present at all events.
All buildings are accessible.
For further information contact:
Affirmative Action Office
6015 Fleming Administration Building, University of Michigan--
(313)763-0235 or (313)747-1388 (TDD)

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