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Page 8-Soturday October 3, 1981-The Michigan Daily

2 LATE GOALS.WIN IT, 3-1

Stickers top NMU

By MARTHA CRALL'.
The Michigan field hockey team finally capitalized on its
many scoring opportunities and broke open a 1-1 game with
two goals in the final minute of play to put away Northern
Michigan, 3-1, yesterday at the Michigan Fieldhouse.
With one minute left in the contest, Marty Maugh scored on
a penalty corner to break the tie and Betsy Coke cleanly beat
Wildcat goalie Anna-Marie Lance 48 seconds later to ice the
victory.
AS WAS THE case in Monday's 2-0 loss to Michigan State,
the stickers missed opportunity after opportunity throughout
the first half, but unlike the former contest, Michigan didn't
fall flat in the second half.
"At halftime I said they (Northern) can't hold out," said
head coach Candy Zientek. "We just gutsed through that (the
missed opportunities)."

momentum throughout, and their persistence finally paid off
in the second half. Maugh scored with eight minutes gone to
knot the score at one.
If Michigan had capitalized on all its chances it would have
been a different game, as Michigan scored on only one of 18
corners, and Northern Michigan was one of two.
Sophomore halfback Denise Comby was awarded the at-
tack (offense) award for the game and the defense award
went to freshman halfback Alison Johnson.
THE GAME WAS the first played inside at the Michigan
Fieldhouse, which was decidedly different than windy, soggy
Ferry Field.
"It (the ball) is very bouncy in here," Zientek said. "The
ball will also go twice as far. The defense plays further away.
"Another thing different," she said. "If you make a
mistake in here it's your fault." Indeed, Lhere are no holes
which create bad-bounces and no long grass to slow the ball
down.
The victory upped the Wolverines' record to 2-3-1. Today@
the stickers take on sixth-ranked Iowa at 10:00 a.m. and
tomorrow Michigan will face Southwest Missouri at 9:30 a.m.
Both games will be played at the Michigan Fieldhouse.

Northern Michigan took a 1-0 lead in the first half despite
being on defense for most of the time. During the 35-minute
period, the Wildcats took the ball into the Michigan zone only
Doily Photo by MIKE LUCAS five brief times and managed only one shot-on-f-oal besides ,
the score, which came on a penalty corner.
HALFBACK AND co-captain Dee Jones (12) fires a shot in yesterday's field hockey game against Northern Michigan. THE WOLVERINES, on the other hand, controlled the
The Wolverines won the contest 3-I with two last minute tallies for their second victory of the season.

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concerned, none of the other recreational student fees," he said. "Our students, Big Ten counterparts in terms of how it expensive assessment in the Big Ten occurs
A l sports departments in the Big Ten can com- recognizing the importance of the rec sports assesses -fees. at Michigan State where the cost to sign up
pare to Michigan's. Unfortunately for department, increased the fee by 75 cents in MICHIGAN students have ten dollars out for an intramural sport is $26 per team,
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three universities' recreational sports upon each intramural team for each sport all costs. Thus, these individuals must
$30,000 respectively. Sustaining minor cuts Ohio State........clt $65,000 members pay two dollars per term. sports departments at these institutions
were Minnesota ($3,000) and Wisconsin Michigan State..ut $52,000 Of the other nine Big Ten schools, five h.lp with fund raisers and give advice,
ILINI$AD othesen)r ''a.........'u $400charge an entry fee to intramural teams though
INNN,.,.er.......,while four do not. Those schools which do Perh~.ps the most successful fundraisers
receiving the same funding this year as they Minnesota..........cut $3,000 not require students to pay a fee are Ohio and/ promotional campaigns have been
did last year. The only recreational sports Wisconsin.........cut $2,000 State, Illinois, Northwestern and Purdue waged by the Minnesota recreational sports
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MILWAUKEE (UPI)- Ben Oglivie
cracked a two-run homer and Paul
Molitor and Robin Yount drove in two
runs each last night to carry the
Milwaukee Brewers within one triumph
of the American League East second-
half title with an 8-2 victory over the
Detroit Tigers.
With the victory, the Brewers opened
a 1112 game lead over second-place
Detroit and can clinch a berth in the
mini-playoffs by winning either of its
two remaining games against the
Tigers.
MILWAUKEE starter Moose Haas,
11-7, allowed five hits to pick up the
crucial triumph. Detroit scored on a
sacrifice fly by Kirk Gibson in the sixth
and an RBI double by Rick Leach in the
seventh.
Oglivie's 14th home run of the year
staked Milwaukee to a 2-0 lead in the
second before the Brewers chased loser
Dan Petry, 10-9, with three runs in the.
fifth.
AL East

In the inning, Don Money opened with
a single and moved to second on a
sacrifice. Molitor walked and Yount's
single scored Money. Molitor also
scored on the play when the ball got
past left fielder Steve Kemp for an
error.
Indians 11, Red Sox 4
CLEVELAND (AP)- Pat Kelly drew
a bases-loaded walk to force home the
tie-breaking run in the seventh inning,
then smashed a three-run double in the
eighth to lead the Cleveland Indians to
an 11-4 victory over Boston last night,
eliminating the Red Sox from the
American League East Pennant race.
Kelly's two-out walk against reliever
Mark Clear topped a Cleveland
comeback which allowed Dan Spillner
to raise his record to 4-4. The Cleveland
right-hander allowed one hit while
striking out two and walking one in 32-3
innings of shutout relief. Dennis Ecker-
sley,;9-8, took the loss.
The Indians took a 1-0 lead in the third
inning when Jerry Dybzinski, Miguel
Dilone and Jorge Orta stroked con-
secutive singles. But Boston's Dwight
Evans and Jim Rice opened the fourth
with walks, Evans scoring on Dave
Stapleton's two-out single to tie the
game 1-1.

AP Photo
THE DETROIT TIGERS' Steve Kemp (33) slides safely into second as
Brewers shortstop Robin Yount is late with the tag in last night's game in
Milwaukee.

SPORTS OF THE DAILY:

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Detroit .........
Boston .........
Baltimore ......
Cleveland ......
New York ..... .
Toronto ......

W L GB
30 21 -
28 22 11/2
27 23 21/
26 23 3
26 24 31/
25 24 4
20 25 7

SCORES

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Blue, harriers place 12th
specialcto the Dally Doug Heikkinen (25.16:7) and Steve
SOUTH BEND- Never in the eight Brandt (25.19:6) came in 56th and 57th
'ears since Ron Warhurst started respectively. The final scorer for
oaching the Michigan cross country Michigan was Evan Moore who finished
oachng he Mchian rosscoutry 95th with a time of 25.57:1.
eam had his squad finished worse than 95t wh tie of 25.57:1.
hird place in invitational meets-until Part of the team's problems this
esterday. The Wolverines finished season are the injuries which have
9 -nt if .f ai d f1 i.... the besieged them.

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American League
TayA sgames Milwaukee 8, Detroit 2
Detroit at Milwaukee New York 9, Baltimore 0
Boston at ClevelanCleveland 11. Boston 4
Bostn atClevlandKansas City a, Oakland 0i
New York at Baltimore National League
Toroto a SeatleMontreal 3. New York 0
Toronto at Seattle Atlanta 11,Cincinnati 5
Pittsburgh 8, St. Louis 7

iztn out of a zea of ajteams in te
Notre Dame Invitational, a race
Michigan won last year.
The meet marked the first time this
season that the harriers had competed
against any other Big Ten team. Of the
Big Ten schools present, Indiana tied
for first with 115 points followed by
Purdue, who compiled a score of 121.
Michigan gathered a total of 278 points.
THE WOLVERINES' first finisher
was Dan Beck, who, with a time of
24.53:1, came in 31st place. Next for
Michigan was Jim Schmidt who ran the
course in 2.01:1 and finished in 39th.

Spikers shine
The Michigan women's volleyball
team cruised through the first day of
the Spartan Invitational with a perfect
4-0 first day record.
The squad began the day with a close
three-game win over Illinois Chicago-
Circle (15-12, 8-15, 15-7) and then rolled
through its next three :opponen-
ts-Michigan State, Temple, and Nor-
thern Kentucky.

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