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6S The Pes Moines Register Monday. Novem ber 25, 1991 College Football MONDAY NITE NFC CLASH IW t -OS 4i H i .I'l Mil i .'1. ' m, .i.'', in m ':',' I, t. '.I' .ill' hi 0.1. w ' ji'.' ii V-r f.i' oil J A, FREE MONDAY NITE GAME OF THE YEAR 49ers VS RAMS 1-800-933-9044 mm MS2I ' NSMWU See our line of Honda snowthrowers from 5HP-8HP Reliable 4-stroke engines Rugged construction Automatic dccopression for easier starting Semi self propelled with track or w heel drive models available. Electric start available on some models. Honda Power Products Des Moines Rental Honda of Indianola 471 1 University Ave. 1303 E. 2nd Ave. (515)277-4402 (515)961-6288 3& NO PAYMENTS 'TIL MARCH 1992 (tar) Fof optimum prtormanc and safety, we recommand you read the owners manual before operating your Honda Power Equipment, t 1990 American Honda Motor. Co., Inc. Shop The Register's auto photo pages every Tuesday. If you're in the market for a used car, be sure to look for The Register's used auto photo ads in the Classifieds on Tuesday, November 26. You'll find photos and descriptions of hundreds of used cars for sale from these Des Moines area dealers: Des Moines Chrysler Plymouth; Bob Brown;Stew Hansen Dodge Used Cars; Bud Mulcahy's; Betts Cadillac, Inc.; Crescent Chevrolet; Wright Chevrolet; Ron Willey Ford; Benson Motors; Suburban Mitsubishi; Tom's Auto Sales; Hummel Nissan, Inc.; Tom Spagnola's World of Wheels; Quality Ford; Stivers Midtown and Stivers Merle Hay. Everything you need to help you make an informed buying decision. See for yourself what great deals on pre-owned cars await you every Tuesday in The 1 Otart the holiday season with the Thanksgiving Day Register. We're stuffing your Turkey Day with lots of information about happenings, plus sale ads to your holiday shopping off to a great start. And we're garnishing the paper with three special sections full of news about famous people, winter recreational activities and popular annual pre-Christmas toy survey. Pick it up and you'll see why the Thanksgiving Day Register is our biggest newspaper of the year. Don t miss it Thursday, November 28. Call Now 1-800-762-66961 Selection on Tape 1-900-288-9870 S 10 Register holiday help you get the $rg 41 'II M 1 I M APT0P25 (First-place votes, record, points, previous ranking) 1 Miami(Fla)(37W)(100) 1.4761 1 2 Washlngton(22lI)(ll-0) 1.456W 2 3 Florida Stated 0-1) 1.378 3 4 Michigan (10-1) 1.318 4 5 Flonda(9-l) 1.262 5 6 Penn State (9-2) 1.159 7 7. Iowa (10-1) 1,09 9 8. Alabama (9-1) 1086 8 9 Tennessee (8-2) 981 10 10 TexasAlM(9-l) 980 12 11 Nebraska(8-1-1) 937 11 12 EastCarolina(lO-l) 768 13 13 Clemson (8-1-1) 756 14 14. California (9-2) 739 6 15 Colorado (8-2-1) 609 15 16 Syracuse (9-2) 554 16 17 Stanford (8-3) 538 21 18 Notre Dame (8-3) 528 17 19 Oklahoma (8-2) 467 19 20 Virgima(8-2-l) 429 20 21 N Carolina State (9 2) 198 22 22 Tulsa (8-2) 172 23 23 UCLA (8-3) 155 25 24. Ohio State (8-3) 143 18 25 Georgia (7-3) 109 24 Others receiving votet Drigham Young 93. Baylor 63, Mississippi State 12. Bowling Green 9. Fresno State 9. San Diego State 8. Georgia Tech 7, Air Force 3. Kansas State 2 COACHES' TOP 25 (First-place votes, record, points, previous ranking) 1 . Miami (Fla.) (32) ( 10-0) 1 .442 1 2Washington(27)(ll-0) 1,439 2 3. Michigan (10-1) 1,323 3 4. Florida State (10-1) 1.295 4 5. Florida (9-1) 1,234 5 6 Penn State (9-2) 1,108 7 7.lowa(10-l) 1,101 8 8 AlabamaO-l) 1,069 9 9.TexasA4M(9-l) 1,004 10 10Nebr8Ska(8-l-l) 958 11 11. Tennessee (8-2) 892 12 12. Clemson (8-1-1) 802 13 13. California (9-2) 666 6 14. Colorado (8-2-1) 640 14 15EastCarolina(10-l) 622 15 16. Oklahoma (8-2) 583 16 17. Syracuse (9-2) 563 17 18. Notre Dame (8-3) 468 19 19 Virgima(8-2-l) 400 20 20. Stanford (8-3) 384 21 21. N.Carolina State (9-2) 262 22 22. UCLA (8-3) 158 25 23.0hioStata(8-3) 148 18 24. Brigham Young (8-3-1) 137 24 25. Fresno State (10-1) 97 23 Others receiving votes Baylor 95. Tulsa 95. Georgia 76. Bowling Green 26. San Diego State 19. Air Force 15, Indiana 11. Georgia Tech 10. Louisiana Tech 8. Mississippi State 6. Illinois 4. Auburn 3. San Jose State 3. Mississippi 2. Nevada-Las Vegas 2, Texas Christian 2. North Carolina 2. Pittsburgh 1. Note The USA TodayCable News Network board of coaches is made up of 59 coaches at NCAA Division 1-A institutions. They are chosen from five geographical regions: Atlantic. South, Midwest, Southwest and West. OFFICIAL PUBLICATION (R925) NOTICE TO IOWA MUNICIPALITIES INTERESTED IN LOW INTEREST LOANS FOR WASTEWATER IMPROVEMENTS NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Proposed Intended Use Plan for the administration of a Revolving Loan Fund for wastewater treatment facilities. The Iowa Department of Natural Resources (DNR) will hold a public hearing on December 16, 1991, beginning at 1 :00 p.m. In the 5th floor conference room of the Henry A. Wallace State Office Building, 900 East Grand, Des Moines, Iowa. Comments are Invited on the proposed State Revolvina Fund Intended Use Plan far the Stafeof Iowa Fiscal Year 1992. Written comments will be accepted tnrougn December 1A. 1991. Oral comments mav be presented at the hearing. Requests for copies of the Intended Use Plan or written comments may be directed to Wavne Farrand, Supervisor, Wastewater Permits Section, Iowa Department of Natural Resources, Henry A. Wallace Building, 900 East Grand, Des Moines, lOwajHMiy tteiepnonesiyBi-wn. The Intended Use Plan Dresents the State's administration of a revolving fund for loons to municipalities tor wastewater trearmenT work construction. It includes a list of eligible applicants to date for fiscal year 1992 assistance. The plan was developed pursuant to state rules adopted for this purpose (IAC 567-92I455B ). The final Intended Use Plan will be a part of the state'sapplication for the federal contribution to the revolving fund. It is anticipated that the Environmental Protection Commission will act on a final plan at its January, 1992, meeting. The proposed list of proiects including the loan amounts In the Intended Use Plan is as toiiows: PERRY CORALVILLE BOONE $894,000 00 $1, 145,000.00 $7,320,000.00 41,681,000.00 $4,926,000 00 $6 606,150 00 $523,500.00 $1,036,500.00 $730,000 00 7,000,QO OSCEOLA DUBUQUE COUNCIL BLUFFS SIGOURNEY CERRO GORDO COUNTY DENMARK, SD A.FTON (R94D NOTICE OF PLAN & ZON I NG HEARING ON A REVISION TO THE R-3A SITE PLAN FOR NORTH CREEK OWNED BY VISTA DEVELOPMENT NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Plan 8. Zoning of the City of Ankeny. Iowa, will consider an amendment to a portion of the R-3a site plan for North Creek which proposes a change from 65' wide lots to 60' wide lotson "Parcel A" of the original plan approved. The plan affects the following described property owned by Vista Development: LEGAL DESCRIPTION: All north of a line beginning at a point 1117.1 feet north of the SW corner; thence east 200 feet; thence southeasterly 580.4 feet; thence northeasterly along a curve to the right 574.86 feet; thence east 7.4 feet to the point of terminus; all In the NW V of Section 15, Township 80 North, Range 24 West of the 5th P.M., City of Ankeny, Polk County, Iowa; except the east 1290 feet and except all rood right-of-ways and easements, containing 67.010 acres more or less. LAYMAN'S DESCRIPTION The area lying between NW Greenwood and NW Irvinedale Drive, south of NW 18th and north of NW 9th. YOU ARE FURTHER AND SPECIFICALLY NOTIFIED that the proposed change as described above will affect only the above described real estate. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that the Plan & Zoning Commission will meet at 7:00 P.M. on the 3rd of December, 1991 at the Council Chambers, 211 SW Walnut, Ankeny, Iowa to consider said amendment of rezoning, at which time and place all parties In Interest and Citizens shall have the opportunity to be heard. CITY OF ANKENY, IOWA Clifford McClure, Chairman Published In The Des Moines Register on No-Yvrnberil??l, (R951) DISADVANTAGED BUSINESS ENTERPRISE PROGRAM PUBLIC NOTICE In accordance with the Des Moines Metropolitan Transit Authority's (Metro) Disadvantage Business Enterprise Program (DBE) dated July 1, 1985, and revised October 1, 1989, and f ursuant to the Department of Transporta-ion's Order 49CFR Part 23 regulations and the Secretary of Transportation Order 4000.7A issued March 6, 1978, with revisions pursuant to the final rule issued October 21, 1987, the Metro's DBE program is developed to provide equal opportunity for disadvantaged businesses to participate in the bidding process of contracts with the Metro. Specific goals are established each fiscal year against which the Metro's progress will be measured. For fiscal year 1992 beginning October 1, 1991. the Metro establishes a goal of twelve (12) DBE participation. This goal Is stated as a percentage of dollar value for all contracts award during FY92 to all the Metro's contractors, suppliers and subcontractors. Transit vehicle manufacturers are exempt but must, as a condition of bidding, show evidence of an UMTAapproved DBE program. It is the intent to use these goals as a barometer to measure our success or failure to enlist the efforts of DBE's in contract bidding. The Metro will display our policy for anyone's Inspection for a period of thirty days from date of notice and accept comments on these goals for forty-five days from date of notice. All Inquiries or comments should be directed to: Personnel Director, Des Moines Metropolitan Transit Authority, 1100 MT A Lane, Des Moines, Iowa 50309. All comments art for Information purposes only. (R943) N FOR -NOTICE OR EST A I MATED T E OF APPLICATION AUTOMA OUIDHUNwAN cLLck MACHINE Bankers Trust Company, Des Moines, Iowa Intends to apply to the Federal Reserve Board for permission to establish an Automated TelH er Machine (ATM) at Kum-N-Go, 73rd and University, Des Moines, Iowa. The Federal Reserve considers a number of factors in deciding whether to approve the application including the record of performance of banks we own inlielplng to meet local credit needs. You are invited to submit comments in writing on this application to the Federal Reserve fank of i Chicago, PO Box 834, Chicago, Illinois wvv.v. ,, wTMiMoiii w iuu win noi ena oetore December 25, 1991 and may be somewhat Ion- (IMP I n es Rnnrri't rw- a4. . i i Xr0-nf,nDa El0."?".''". SWlng 262 (as revised, PRESS RELEASE (January ?i' Vgil,49!""' Reis,e'' 503 (FebruoVi! i- Y lu . processing pro- .cw unuiiivia muv oe Touna at VI L r H section 262.25 (1984). To obtain a copy of the Board s procedures or If you need more Information about how to submit your comments on the application, contact Alicia Williams; Community Affairs Director, (312) 322-5910 the Federal Reserve will consider your comments and any request for a public meeting or formal hearing on the application if they are received bv the Reserve Bank on or before the last date of the comment period. (R931) PUBLIC NOTICE In accordance with the Low Rent Housing Law, Chapter 403A, Section 28, of the Iowa Code, the Public Housing Authority of the City of Des Moines, Iowa, does hereby give notice of public hearing on its proposed Family elf-Sufflclency Section 8 Certificate Program. The hearing will be held in the Administrative Offices of the Des Moines Public Housing Authority, 1101 Crocker Street, Des Moines, Iowa, on Tuesday, December 10, 1991 at3:00P M. Margaret J. McCartan. Executive Director tit tOUtt HOMM mmwiirT m. w . m-m . ... HARRY BAUMERTTlIK RkuISTER Mike Wells of Iowa wraps up Minnesota quarterback Marquel Fleetwood during the Hawkeyes' 23-8 victory Saturday afternoon. Fry gives Hawkeyes a two-week vacation By RON MALY Register Staff Writer Iowa City, la. Ty Detmer can wait. Iowa's football players are taking a short vacation from football. "I'm giving them two weeks off," Coach Hayden Fry said. "After the second week, we'll start a running and conditioning program to begin getting ready for the Holiday Bowl. "We'll have a difficult time getting a practice in until the weekend after final semester examinations end on Dec. 20." Fry said he hopes to conduct workouts on Dec. 21 and Dec. 22 in Iowa City. The team leaves for San Diego, Calif., Dec 23. "We'll practice in Iowa City, providing our bubble doesn't collapse," Fry said. He was referring to the team's indoor workout facility, which collapsed last December. Consequently, the Hawkeyes weren't able to use it for early workouts for the Rose Bowl game. Iowa, which completed Its regular season with a 10-1 record Saturday by beating Minnesota, 23-8, in the snow, plays Brigham Young in the Holiday Bowl at 7:10 p.m. CST on Dec. 30 in San Diego. Coach La Veil Edwards and his Brigham Young team will go to San Diego on Dec. 22. Detmer, who won the 1990 Heisman Trophy, is Brigham Young's talented quarterback. In his career, he has passed for an NCAA-record 15,031 yards. Fry said he expects all of Iowa's injured players to be ready for the Holiday Bowl. A victory in the Holiday Bowl would give Iowa 11 triumphs in a season for the first time. Fiy's 1985 and 1987 teams each won 10 games. The Hawkeyes have won seven Big plays doom Simpson, 28-13 SIMPSON Continued from Page IS and wet early in the contest. The Redmen were pinned back by an aggressive Wisconsin-LaCrosse defense and a soggy portion of turf on the south end of the field; the result of a continuing effort to get snow and ice off the UNI-Dome roof. "They did a nice job of taking away certain things in our offense until ... the end of the third quarter," Simpson Coach Jim Williams said. Simpson came out with some good defensive intensity in the second half. The Redmen held Richards and John Janke to a combined total of 53 yards in the second half and Wisconsin-LaCrosse kicker Matt Anderson missed two field-goal attempts. The Simpson offense was unable to generate any points after Trent Nauholz scored on a 1-yard run with consecutive games for the first time since 1985. Iowa was ranked seventh in both the coaches' poll and The Associated Press poll of sports reporters. Detmer threw five touchdown passes and ran for a sixth score as Brigham Young whipped Utah, 48-17, Saturday to reach the Holiday Bowl, The Cougars, champions of the Western Athletic Conference, will take an 8-3-1 record to San Diego. Brigham Young wrapped up its 14th straight bowl appearance despite starting the season with consecutive losses to Florida State, UCLA and Penn State. Detmer, college football's career passing leader, surpassed the 4,000-yard mark for the third consecutive season. "I watched Brigham Young and San Diego State play to a 52-52 tie on television," linebacker John Derby said. "I was almost in shock with the way Brigham Young plays offense." However, the Holiday Bowl could be a classic matchup between Detmer and an Iowa defensive unit that has specialized in quarterback sacks this season. The Hawkeyes had four sacks against Minnesota, increasing their Big Ten record total to 56 for the season. Wells had two, and Derby and Jeff Nelson one each. Iowa totaled 36 sacks in its last six games. Leroy Smith already had set a one-season individual record in the conference with 17 sacks. Iowa quarterback Matt Rodgers doesn't look at the Holiday Bowl as a personal duel with Detmer. "It isn't me against him," Rodgers said. "It's our defense against him." Rodgers increased his season passing yardage total to 2,054. It is the third-consecutive year he has passed for more than 2,000 yards. For his career, he has 6,504. 9 minutes 1 1 seconds left in the game. But it wasn't because they lacked production. The rushing game was at its best in the final 20 minutes of the game and the play-action passing of Scott Driskell was a fine compliment. Nauholz led Simpson in rushing with 73 yards on 28 carries. "(Simpson's players) had every opportunity of bagging it at the half, but they refused to let it happen," Williams said. "We came out and fought like wild men in that last half. "We got into what we do best . . . but we didn't have enough time to continue that kind of assault." Driskell completed 1 1 of Simpson's 22 passes for 95 yards. Tailback Rob Sinclair completed his only pass of the game for 31 yards to flanker Bernie Stephenson for Simpson's first touchdown with 4:23 left in the first half. Harring said he expected Simpson to be primarily a running team. But when Driskell replaced the injured Weber State Is Foe Opening playoff game for UNI is at Dome By DAN McCOOL Rkgistkk Correspondent Cedar Falls, la. Northern Iowa will play host to Weber State of Og-den, Utah, in the first round of the NCAA Division I-AA football playoffs. Pending approval today from the Division I-AA football committee, the game will start at 6:30 p.m. Saturday in the UNI-Dome. Northern Iowa has a 10-1 record and is on an eight-game winning streak after a late field goal provided an 18-17 victory over Eastern Illinois and sole possession of the Gateway Conference championship Saturday night. It is in the playoffs for the second straight time and for the fourth time since 1985. Weber State (8-3), a member of the Big Sky Conference, is in the playoffs for the first time in four years. In the final Division I-AA rankings, Northern Iowa was fourth, and Weber State was 15th. Each Won One The two teams split their previous two meetings. Weber State beat Northern Iowa, 35-0, at Ogden in 1978, and the Panthers won at home, 31-10, in 1980. Northern Iowa won its only game against a Big Sky Conference team this season, beating then-No. 2 Idaho, 36-14, at Pocatello, Idaho, Sept. 28. "We've got to defend our turf and play," Northern Iowa Coach Terry Allen said. "Our team feels, and I feel, that we're in the playoffs for a reason. We want to make it to Georgia for the championship." The Division I-AA championship game will be played in Statesboro, Ga.,Dec.21. Top Passing Team Weber State led all Division I-AA teams in passing this season, averaging 389 yards a game. The Wildcats, who average 45 points a game, have record-setting Jamie Martin, a 6-foot 4-inch, 210-pound senior, at quarter- -back. Martin was a second-team all-America selection by The Associated Press last season, when he passed for 3,700 yards and 23 touchdowns and finished first in total offense as Weber State finished 5-6. He also was second in balloting last year for the Walter Payton Award, signifying the top player in Division I-AA. This season, Martin threw for 4,125 yards and 35 touchdowns. Weber State broke three Division I-AA team records and Martin broke! three individual marks Saturday' night in a 60-41 victory against Idaho State. Among the marks wero Martin's 624 passing yards, his 643 yards of offense and his 47 completions. "It will be exciting," Allen said. "I'm not sure if they're excited about playing Northern Iowa, but I'm sure they're excited about playing in a dome." Weber State does not appear to fancy playing on artificial turf, however. The Wildcats have won only 10 of their last 52 games played on artificial turf. Play at Home Several Northern Iowa players joined the coaching staff and fans Sunday in watching the reporting of playoff selections. The players look forward to being at home. "I think it's about time we got to show the Big Sky what the UNI-Dome is all about," defensive end Tony Monroe said. Northern Iowa lost its first-round playoff game, 20-3, at Boise State last year. Ross Junge at quarterback, that was no longer true. "We heard this guy was an outstanding thrower," Harring said. Maybe the biggest obstacle in Simpson's path was Wisconsin-LaCrosse outside linebacker John Lauscher. He was an immovable figure in the defensive unit that had outstanding lateral pursuit and tackled Nauholz frequently on sweeps after gaining just 1 or 2 yards. Wis. LaCrosae Simpson 20 15 49-236 43 82 180 126 37 43 8-20-1 12-22-1 5-44 8-38 0-0 3-1 12-116 11-72 ..... 7 21 0 0 28 First downs Rushes-yards Passing yards Return yards Passes Punts Fumbles-lost Penalttes-ym-ds Wisconsin UCnuw... Simpson.. 0 7 0 ( 13 W Janke 2 run (Andermn Icirk) W-Richards 91 run (Anderson krek) W Janke 2 run (Anderson kick) S Stephenson 31 pass from Sinclair (Greer kick) W Hightowet 1 5 pass from Goettl (Anderson luck) S Nauholz 1 run (run failed) INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Rushing LaCrosse: Richards 22-152, Jo.Janke 19-58: Simpson: Nauholz 28-73. PaMlng LaCrosst: Goettl 8-20-1-180: Simpson: Driskell 11-21 -1-95. Sinclair 1-1-0-31 . Hacalvlnt LaCrosse: Ja.Janke 3-83. Hightower 2- 48. Riniker 2-33; Simpson: Stokes 5-46, Stephenson 3- 45. Sinclair 2-17. - j- s ' ' rrm t rffiiiHiii rff fNrn am e 4 a

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