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Page 12-Wednesday, October 21, 1981-The Michigan Daily


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Special to the Daily
Sophomore Kathy McCarthy's second
half goal was all the offense necessary
for the women's field hockey team as
the Wolverines shut out Michigan State
1-0, yesterday at East Lansing.
Defense was the key as the
Wolverines limited the Spartans to only


438 W. Huron

three shots on goal for the entire game.
McCarthy was also heralded as the
defensive player for the game as
Michigan raised its record to 8-6-1.
"WE DOMINATED the entire game,"
said coach Candy Zentek. "We con-
trolled their game in the air." She ex-
plained that that was the area which
they practiced most.
Neither team could score in the first
half, but with nine minutes gone in the
second, Spartan goal tender Cathy
Costello was called for a penalty for
holding on to the ball and delaying play.
This proved to be the one mistake the
Wolverines needed as McCarthy scored
on the penalty shot.
Zientek said that the team especially
dominated in the second half. "I think
we played our own game. We con-
trolled the game."
Mets hire Bamberger
NEW YORK (AP) - George Bam-
berger was named manager of the New
York Mets yesterday, reunited with
General Manager Frank Cashen, who
called him "probably the best-qdalified
person in the game to handle our
baliclub and make it a winner."
Bamberger. who was a coach with

the Baltimore Orioles when Ca
general manager there and w
manage the Milwaukee Bre
almost three seasons, signed a
contract with the Mets. Fina
ms were not disclosed.
CASHEN AND Bamberger
decision had been made on a
"From the moment I first ce
changing managers, I thou
George Bamberger," said Ca
my mind, it was simply a qt
whether he wanted to manag
not. If he was interested, the
he would have to be my N
Bamberger, 56, who succ
Torre as the ninth manage
National League club's histo
was "probably the toughest
ever had to make" to accept
Bryant off crutches
ranked North Carolina's run
sensation, Kelvin Bryant, i
crutches and running, a teaml
said yesterday.
Bryant mentioned to severa
after the North Carolina Ste

shen was
ent on to
wers for
ncial ter-
r said no
fght abut,
shen. "In
uestion of
e again or
en I knew
G. 1 can-
eeds Joe
er in the
ry, said it
decision I
the Mets'

Saturday that he felt he could return
soon. Dr. Timothy Taft, the physician*
who operated on Bryant's left knee he
injured against Georgia Tech, updated
Bryant's condition but was not as op-
timistic as his patient.
"Kelvin is running," he said. "He is
not sprinting. He does not yet have full
motion or strength in his knee. He is
progressing just about as we had an-
ticipated. I know Kelvin wants to play
and has told some people he thinks he
will be back in a few weeks. I still think
that is unlikely, although we haven't
ruled it out."
Bryant was injured early in the four-
th game of the season. He was leading
the nation in scoring through the first
three games with 15 touchdowns and
had rushed for 520 yards.


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... scores game winner

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Once again Michigan Bell was hum-
- Third- ming when they had this call go over
the wires.
ning back Woody: Bo, I have some advice for
s off his
physician you after your downfall last Saturday.
physician Bo! I'm sick about talking. to people
about our loss to Iowa, and who the hell
l sources cares about bowl games.
ate game Woody: I don't care about that
meaningless conference loss, your
season is finished anyway. I was
talking about a crucial defeat-the
Gridde picks.
Bo: Oh, that loss really hurts.
Woody: This week why don't you pick1
the Libels to win, they're on a ten-year
' winning streak.
If you want to keep Bo on his Griddes
streak and get the satisfaction of
beating the dean of Big Ten coaches;
then drop off your picks at the Daily
(420 Maynard) before midnight Friday.
The winner receives a free one-item
pizza from Pizza Bob's and the chance
to compete with the "experts" from the 4
Daily football staff.
1. Northwestern at MICHIGAN
(pick score)
2.Michigan State at Purdue
3. Minnesota at Iowa
4. Indiana at Ohio State
5. Wisconsin at Illinois
6. Southern Cal at Notre Dame
7. South Carolina at North Carolina
8. West Virginia at Penn State
9. Texas at SMU
10. Washington State at Arizona
11. Nebraska at Missouri}
. 12. Houston at Arkansas
14. Princeton at Harvard
AP Photo 14. Hawaii at San Diego State
15. Wake Forest at Virginia
16. Central Michigan at Kent State
ch the 17. New Mexico at New Mexico State
p from 18. Slippery Rock at Clarion State
ey did 19. Tarleton at McMurray
ster is 20. DAILIY LIBELS at the Homecoming
Queen and her Court

Unluc ky Buck
This Wisconsin Bucky Badger poster went to the 1960 Rose Bowl, whi
Badgers lost to Washington 44-8. Whenever Lloyd Simonson brings it ul
the Shamrock Tavern for display, the Badgers seem to stumble as th
in a 33-14 loss to Michigan State, Saturday. But Simonson says the poi
staying up.

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