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Page 10-Friday, October 2, 1981-The Michigan Daily
MSU IN VITA TIONAL NEXT -
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By BOB WOJNOWSKI
In a decided twist to the David versus
Goliath theme, the Michigan women's
volleyball team, of Goliath lore, slam-
med tiny Schoolcraft Community
College, of David fame, 15-2, 15-1, 15-10,
in the CCRB last night.
The match was a shocking reversal
from the previous meeting between the
two squads, when the Wolverines
barely edged the Livonia school,,.15-13,
12-15, 15-8, in the Wolverine Invitational
last weekend.
THE MATCH WAS no contest from
the very beginning, as Michigan jum-
ped to a quick 7-0 lead in the first game
and coasted from there to the easy
triumph.
The Wolverines continued their fine
play in the second game, scoring the
final 14 points, including nine straight
services by junior Kerri Keniston, in
the 15-1 cakewalk.
Michigan head coach Sandy Vong
was pleased with his team's play, but
admitted that a match against a team

the stature of Schoolcraft is a difficult,
one to prepare for.
"WE CAN BE THIS good. I'm very
pleased with the results," said Vong.
"This type of match is difficult to play
- all impetus must come from within."
The third game was decidedly closer,
as Vong cleared his bench and gave
every member of the team a chance to
perform. The Wolverines trailed for the
only time in the match at 2-1, but shor-
tly thereafter took control of the game,
maintained it, and closed it out with
three straight points.
Senior sparkplug Janice Margulies
offered some explanation as to why the
Wolverines won so decisively over a
squad that gave them fits just five days
ago.

"WE PLAYED consistently and we
didn't fall apart," she said. "And
Schoolcraft really didn't give a very
good showing tonight. We won quietly
and quickly.'
Even Vong seemed somewhat disap-
pointed with the play of Schoolcraft.
"They are capable of playing a lot
better," he said. "They went to the
Junior College Nationals last year -
they're really a much better team than
they showed."
WITH SCHOOLCRAFT now disposed
of, the Wolverines, 11-5 on the year, now
point their efforts in the direction of
East Lansing, where they will par-
ticipate in the 12-team Spartan In-
vitational this weekend.
Michigan is in a pool with Michigan
State, Northern Kentucky, Temple,

Acraft
Wisconsin-Parkside, and Illinois-
College Circle. And Vong has his ideas
on which teams are the ones to beat.
'Michigan State always has a very
good team," said Vong. "But I think the
overall team to beat is Central
Michigan."
So in one more poetic twist, the
Goliaths of last night head north today
as the Davids of this weekend, facing
the giants at MSU and CMU. But that
does not seem to faze either Vong or
Margulies in the least.
"We've been practicing hard," said
Margulies. "We want to be tough up y
there."
Vong concurred. "We're going to try,
to put everything together up in East
Lansing."
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Daily Photo by JACKIE BELL
WOLVERINE VOLLEYBALLERS Sue Rogers (left), and Diane Ratnick reject a shot from an unidentified Schoolcraft
player in action in the CCRB last night. The shot was one of many repulsed by the Michigan spikers, as they routed
Schoolcraft, 15-2, 15-1, 15-10.

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Former Michigan basketball center Paul Heuerman signed a inulti-year con
tract with the Phoenix Suns Wednesday for an undisclosed amount of money, the
Daily learned last night. According to sportswriter Bob McMan of The Arizona
Republic newspaper in Phoenix, Heuerman will be used as a forward if he makesi
the team.
"He's been playing well in workouts, very aggressively-but the fact remain
that he's competing with Clifford Ray for a team spot, and that doesn't make hi
chances too good," McMan said.
The Suns are impressed with Heuerman's attitude and intelligence, and might
be willing to invite him back to camp in 1982 if he fails to make this year's squad'
"If he doesn't make the team, he might be able to work out with them in thq
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Heuerman, who was picked in the fifth round (112th overall) averaged 7.8 points
per game and 5.2 rebounds last year for the Wolverines. He was also a member off
the Academic All-Big Ten squad and was accepted by numerous law schools.
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