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SPORTS
Friday, September 25, 1981

The Michigan Daily

Page 9

Stickers
$y JAMES THOMPSON with a go
The Michigan field hockey team shut Heidi Dii
out the Central Michigan Chippewas around.
yesterday at Ferry Field by a score of women p
4-0. The Wolverines' victory improved and with
their record to 1-2-1 and was only the goal, this
Wird versus CMU in 14 outings. making it
It seemed as though the Chippewas the first h
might continue their domination over MICHII
Michigan yesterday, as they controlled to befudd
the game's tempq early on, but they to mount
were not able to get on the scoreboard. been prat
When the Wolverine women came up ning a lot

blan
al off of the stick of sophomore
tchendorf, the game turned
Immediately the Michigan
ut pressure on the Chippewas
in minutes notched another
one by junior Sara Forrestel,
2-0 in their favor at the'end of
alf.
:GAN'S offensive play seemed
le Central, pot allowing them
an offensive charge. "We've
cticing our offense after lear-
on our team's past road trip,"

k Chip
said Michigan coach Candy Zientek.
As the second half began, " the
Wolverines continued to out-hustle the
Chippewas with sophomore halfback
Denise Comby scoring to make it 3-0 in
favor of Michigan. Comby, from West-
field, New Jersey, was the third leading
scorer for the Wolverines last year as a
freshman, and Zientek is expecting

pewas,
bigger and better things from her in the
'81 season.
With the adept goaltending of Nancy
Hirsch, a sophomore from Glencoe,
Illinois, the Wolverines' defense wts
too tough for the Chil pewas to penetrate.
To add to the Michigan margin,
Forrestel added her second goal of the
day, ending the scoring for the
Wolverines. It was Michigan's first-
ever shutout of CMU.
"OUR GIRLS have the potential, we
just need some time," said Zientek, in
her third year as the Michigan coach.
Zientek is pleased with her squad's

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performance thus far this season. She
pointed to the fact that over half the
team consists of freshmen and
sophomores.
As the season continues and the
women get more playing time in, the
team will develop, she said. Although
the squad is young, the sophomores
received a great deal of playing time
last year, giving them a solid base.
Yesterday's game was the first in a
five-game home series. The Wolverines
meet the Spartans of Michigan State in
their next outing Monday at 4:00 p.m.

IM Scores
Tuesday
SOFTBALL
Independent
Morning Missles 15, Super Upers 2
Powerhouse '818, GDiS 4
Taints & Schitophoism 8, Navy 4
Eldorado Slims 9, The Prime Suspects 4
Wednesday
SOFTBALL
Independent,
Crusaders 9, Vaugn St. Deans (forfeit)
Vaughn 19. Disturbed Furniture 3
Bio Bombers 13, ADS 5
Big Dogs 14, Bosco 3
Fraternity
Evans Scholars 21, Phi Alpha Kappa 7
Alpha Phi Alpha 12, Zeta Beta Tau 6
Sigma Alpha Mu 13, Sigma Chi 2
Sigma Chi 6, Bangers 5
Phi Gamma Delta 7, Sigma Alpha Epsilon 7
(Phi Gamma Delta won on tie-breaker)

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SPORTS OF THE DAIL Y
Pastorini rebuffs LA

*

ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP)- Los
Angeles Rams General Manager Don
Klosterman announced yesterday that
negotiations with quarterback Dan
Pastorini have ended unsuccessfully.
"We made him an offer and he
refused it," Klosterman said of the
former Houston and Oakland quarter-
back.
PASTORINI, 32, was cut by the
aiders this summer and had a one-day
tryout with the Rams last week.
The Rams' quarterback picture was
clouded by a rib injury to starter Pat
Haden last Sunday, but he hopes to be
able to play next Monday night against
theBears in Chicago.
The other two Los Angeles quarter-
backs are Jeff Rutledge, who led the
team to victory over Green Bay last
unday after Haden was hurt, and
rookie Jeff Kemp.
BILLBOARD
La4nbda Chi Alpha Fraternity is
sponsoring its second annual Fun Run
and Road Race to benefit C.S. Mott
Children's Hospital on Sunday, October
4. The entry fee is $7 apd those in-
terested may sign up on the Diag Sep-
mber 24-30 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Ap-
lications are also available at all Moe
Sport Shops, Sneakers N' Cleats, and
Stein and Goetz Sporting Goods. For
additional information, call 761-2373 or
764-1260.

Whisenant acquitted
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP)- A
district court jury yesterday acquitted
former University of New Mexico
assistant basketball coach John
Whisenant of charges of fraud and
filing false travel vouchers.

Forrestel
... scores two goals

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