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OWLINGREEIVT

FOOTBALL MAGAZINE-L

October 14, 1989

1989 SCHEDULE

Sept. 9 at East Carolina

Sept. 16 BALL STATE

(Welcome Back To School Day)

Sept. 23 CENTRAL MICHIGAN

W 24-20

(Scout Day, Varsity BG Day)

Sept. 30 AKRON

(GroupDay,StudentAppreciationDay)

Oct. 7 at Ohio University

W 31-28

Oct. 14 TOLEDO

(Homecoming)

Oct. 21 at Eastern Michigan

Oct. 28 at Miami

Nov. 4 KENT

(Parents' Day)

Nov. 11 at Western Michigan

Nov. 18 atTulsa

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TODAY'S COVER

The last time Bowling Green and Toledo

met in BGSU's Homecoming Game, the

game drew a MAC-record 33,527 fans at

Perry Field. The large photo on the cover

of today's program reminds us of that

record-settingcrowd and of the interest in

this great college football rivalry. The win-

ner of the BG-UT game each year gains

possession of the Peace Pipe (pictured

lower right). Toledo won the rights to the

trophy for last year with the Rockets' 34-5

win in the Glass Bowl in 1988.

BOWLING GREEN

FOOTBALL MAGAZINE

Editor: Chris Sherk

Editorial Assistants: Steve Barr, Debbie

Bruns, Sandy Lepper, Mark Hunte-

brinker, Don Hensley and Andrea

Legarth.

Printing: The Bluffton News, Bluffton,

Ohio

Photography: Jeff Hall and Clif Boutelle

of the BGSU Public Relations Office.

Photos also courtesy of the

BG News,

the

Sentinel-Tribune

and the

Key.

ADVERTISING

REPRESENTATIVE

Brad Browning, Marketing and Promo-

tions Director, BGSU, Bowling Green,

OH 43403. (419) 372-2401.

Doyt L. Perry Field

Bowling Green, OH

TODAY'S FEATURES

2 Today's Game

41 Toledo Personnel

17 Cover Story

54 Athletic Department News

31 BGSU In The News

56 BGSU Band/Athletic Promotions

32 The Falcon Club

71 Homecoming News

32A-B Falcon Club Members

72 Falcon Football Family

40A-B Falcon Club Members

DEPARTMENTS

4 Advertiser's Index

39 Visitor's Schedules/Results

5 Head Coach Moe Ankney

43 BGSU Individual Records

7 Assistant Coaches

45 BGSU Team Records

9 Graduate & Special Assistants

47 Campus Information

11 The Mid-American Conference

49 BGSU Board of Trustees

13 The 1989 Falcons

51 President Paul J. Olscamp

27 Falcons' Nest of Coaches

52 BGSU Athletic Department

29 Falcons In The Pros

55 Athletic Director Jack Gregory

33 The Falcon Club

58 Athletic Department Staff

34 BGSU Roster

59 The NCAA and You

34 BGSU Travel Plans

60 BGSU Alma Mater

35 BGSU Roster

61 BGSU Support Personnel

35 Future Schedules

63 BGSU Support Personnel

36 BGSU Starters and Roster

64 Doyt L. Perry Field

37 Visitor's Starters and Roster

66 Wheels of the Falcons

38 Visitor's Roster

67 BGSU Basketball and Hockey

38 Visitor's Schedules/Results

Schedules

39 Visitor's Roster

69 BGSU Fall Sports Schedules

TODAY'S GAME SPONSORS

Kroger and Marathon Petroleum Company

A Message From The President

Welcome to the 1989

Homecoming Celebra-

tion! It has been more

than seven years since

I began my duties as

president of Bowling

Green State University,

and through the years I

have come to under-

stand and feel the in-

credible attraction that

this university has for its

students, staff, faculty

and alumni. There is a great spirit here -

something that you, as alumni, helped create

— that makes BowlingGreen the ideal environ-

ment in which our young people can learn and

mature.

I have visited with many of you during the

past year and I found that you all exhibit the

same tremendous pride in Bowling Green. You

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contributed a great deal to our reputation for

academic excellence by the vital role you play

in this University through your reputation and

accomplishments, and ultimately by your sup-

port of your alma mater.

We hope you will enjoy your visit. You will

note several physical changes in the campus.

More important are the strides we have made

in the academic area that have br

recognition of the University's excellence from

a variety of sources, including the Eminent

Scholar in Philosophy, the newOn-Line Regis-

tration System, the first students enrolled in

our Doctoral Programs in Photochem

Sciences and Applied Philosophy, and the in-

crease in the University's enrollment ceiling

from 15,000to 16,000 FTE- to name but a few.

Thank you for your continuing interest in

Bowling Green. Come back to see us often.

Paul J. Olscamp

President

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