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Page 10-Tuesday, November 3, 1981-The Michigan Daily

Blue spikers rally,
squeak by Tartars

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By BOB WOJNOWSKI
The Michigan women's volleyball
team staved off three match points to
defeat Wayne State, 15-7, 11-15, 9-15, 15-
7, 15-14, in a pulsating come-from-
behind home finale at the CCRB last
night.
When the see-saw match was over,
the large, enthusiastic crowd rose and
gave both teams a standing ovation. All
Michigan coach Sandy Vong could do
was sigh and say "well, you saw it all.
What more is there to say."
EMPLOYING AN attack which
stressed fundamentals acid shied away
from mistakes and the spectacular,
Wayne State was able to stay in every
game, but unable to effectively pull
away. That inability to put the
Wolverines away was to be the Tartars'
downfall in the decisive fifth and final
game.
Wayne State, relying on the serving
of sophomore Lisa Bonza, roared to a
quick 6-1 lead in the deciding game.

Michigan 'clawed back and stayed
close but could not grab the lead.
With the score 14-9 in favor of the Tar-
tars, the Wolverines suddently caught
fire. Urged on by a vociferious crowd,
the Big Ten champions broke service,
scored a pair of points,broke service
again, scored another point, and broke
service a third time before scoring the
final two points off the service of senior
Alison Noble to wrap up the match.
Vong credited the Tartars, but admit-
ted that his squad is still basking
somewhat in the glow of last week's Big
Ten championship victory.
"Wayne State is a very good team,"
said Vong: "We need to do a lot of work.
They (the Wolverines) still haven't
touched ground yet."
Michigan, now 29-9 on the season,
returns to actionthis weekend in the
Ohio State Tournament, featuring Ohio
State, Purdue, and Penn State. Wayne
State falls to 17-7.

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MICHIGAN'S SUE Rogers (right) and an unidentified teammate each lend a
hand in insuring that this spike will not be returned by Wayne State. The
Wolverines defeated the Tartars at the CCRB last night, 15-7, 11-15, 9-15, 15-7,
16-14.

Spartans stay hot; sweep Falcons
State's defense helped its goalie, as Captain Jim Baker and Randy Strong Circle.
By MARTHA CRALLScott faced only 20 shots, while George added two goals apiece for the Miami (4-2-0 overall, 1-1 CCHA)
It was the weekend of the sweep in the Smith turned back 36 in the defeat, Bulldogs, who raised their record to 2-2. received balanced scoring, as only one
Central Collegiate Hockey Association which knocked Bowling Green to 0-2 in Junior right winger Steve Mulholland player, captain Steve Morris, scored
CCHA), as five of the seven series the conference and 0-6 overall. The paced the Lakers' attack with a goal two goals of Miami's 11. Dave
would up with one of the teams taking Spartans dented the WMPL-Radio and two assists for the weekend. Wheeldon notched three points in the'4
bOth games.-Hockey Poll for a number-eight ranking The Lakers fell to 2-4 on the season two games.
In a home-and-home series, Michigan in upping their record to 4-0. and 0-4 in the CCHA, good for last place. ;,,,,,,,;, X A

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State edged Bowling Green, 4-3, on
Friday in Bowling Green and shut out
the Falcons, 4-0, in East Lansing Satur-
day.
IN THE OPENER, the Spartans
jumped out to a 3-0 lead before Bowling
Green chalked up three unanswered
goals, two by Brian Hills, to tie the
score. Junior captain Mark Hamway
notched a goal in the third period to
give Michigan State the win.
Back at Munn Ice Arena on Saturday,
sophomore Spartan goalie Ron Scott,
who saved 32 shots on Friday, sparkled
in posting his third shutout of his short
career.
CCHA Standings

Northern Michigan 3-4,
Notre Dame 2-3
Notre Dame fell just one goal short
both nights at home, as the Wildcats
continued on their roll, sweeping the
Irish.
Northern Michigan tied for fourth in'
the WMPL poll with its resulting 4-0.
record. Notre Dame fell to 1-2-1 in the
conference and 3-2-1 overall.
Ferris State 7-5, .
Lake Superior 1-4
Alternate captain Jim File scored
four goals in leading Ferris. State too a
sweep of Lake Superior in Big Rapids.
WMPL Hockey Poll

Ohio State 7-3, Windsor 3-2'
The Buckeyes also recorded a sweep

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over the weekend. It didn't help them in
the standings, however; as they battled
non-conference Windsor.
Ohio State (2--1 overall, 0-1-1 CCHA)
got two-goal performances by Larry
Marson, Perry Pooley and Dan Man-
dich for the two-game set.
Miami (0.) 7-4,
Chicago Circle 2-5
The Redskins also faced non-
conference action, as they split with
probationary CCHA member Chicago-

western rc n an o-4,
- Michigan"Tech 2-6
After a loss on Friday, Michigan Tech
finally won its first conference meeting
of the season on Saturday, as it played a
two-game set in Kalamazoo.
Tech played its fourth poor game in a
row on Friday, as the Broncos bombar- 0
ded junior Husky goalie Rob Polman-
Tuin with 37 shots, only 31 of which he
saved. Captain Ross Fitzpatrick scored
a three-goal hat trick for the Broncos on
Friday night and Diego Odino netted
two goals on Saturday to pace the Bron-
cos.
Tech center Ron Zuke scored two
goals on the weekend,including a shor-
thanded score on Saturday. Jeff Wylie
also netted two goals for the Huskies,
the second a game-winner on Saturday,
Western came out of the weekend
sporting a 2-2 record, while Michigan
Tech moved up a couple of notches in
the standings, upping its slate to 1-3.

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9, Ohio Stater......
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3. MICHIGAN (1)..........4-0
4. North Dakota (tie) .......5-1
Northern Michigan ......4-0
6. Providence........ .1-1
7. Clarkson ..............1-0
8. Michigan State...........4-0.
9. Denver................2-0
10. Minnesota-Duluth .......... 3-2

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Weekend Scores
WCHA
Wisconsin 6-5, Minnesota-Duluth 1-1
Minnesota 3-5, Northeastern 0-2
Denver 12-9, Northern Arizona 4-2
North Dakota 6,5, Providence 0-6 (OT)
Colorado College 5-3, U.S. International
4 (OT)-4

This week's games
MICHIGAN ai Lake Superior
Bowling Green at Michigan Tech
Michigan State (S) vs Ferris State (F)
Northern Michigan at Ohio State
Notre Dame at Western Michigan
Waterloo at Miami (0.)
(F) Friday home game; (S) Saturday
home game

SPORTS OF THE DAIL Y:

Stickers earn playoff berth

By BARB BARKER
The Michigan field hockey team
received a bid Sunday to compete
against seven other schools in this
year's Regional AIAW tournament.
The tournament, which begins, this
Friday in Mount Pleasant, features the
district's five state champions - host
Central Michigan, Davis and Elkins
(West Virginia), Indiana, Ohio State
and Western Illinois - and three other
teams who are chosen by their season
records, including Michigan, Miami of
Ohio, and Indiana State.
MICHIGAN HEAD coach Candy
Zientek said she is very hopeful about
her team's chance in the tournament.
"They use a draw to determine who
plays whom and we just got very
lucky," she explained. "We start the

tournament off playing Western Illinois
who shouldn't be as tough of -com-
petition as some of the others. I think
we have a shot. We're a far stronger
team then last year."
The Wolverines, who boast an overall
season record of 11-7-1, lost in the AIAW
state championship last weekend to the
CMU Chippewas, 1-0.
Divers to put on exhibition
Ten members of the Michigan diving
team will start off their season'
tomorrow night in an exhibition at the
Chelsea Middle School pool. The
divers, headed by Ron Merriot, the 1981
Big Ten one-meter champion, will per-
form some of their regular dives as well
as entertain the spectators with. clown
acts from the diving board.
The Michigan divers include Chris
Seufe't, a member of the 1980 Olympic
team, and Jon Beach and Mark Mc-
Mann, both Big Ten finalists on the one
meter board.
Theiexhibition, which begins at 7:30
p.m., is being sponsored by Chelsea
Aquatics. --Karen Flach

Cl u Sports Roun dup
SAILING
This past week the Michigan Sailing Club captured first place in the
University of Cincinnati Regatta and fourth place in the Boston University
tournament.
At Cincinnati, Michigan finished first of seven teams in both the 'A' and 'B'
divisions. In the 'A' division Dave Brede and Kib Meyer combined to capture
the two-man team title. Karl Newmann: and Laurie Neumann took the first
place for Michigan in the 'B' division.
Going into the Boston Regatta ranked 12th by Yacht Race and Cruise, the
Michigan team finished a competitive fourth place. Michigan posted a 188
point total, not far behind first place finishers Tufts' and Harvard's score of
172.
Next week, Scott Ferg is representing Michigan at the singlehand National
Championships at the University of British Columbia.
RUGBY
The Michigan Rugby Club had a prosperous weekend as they won two of
three matches against Michigan State. The first team swamped the Spar-
tans, 44-0, as John Hartman scored three tries (4 points) and Mark Hoch
connected on 6 conversions. The ruggers' record now stands at 6-0-1. They
will next host Grand Rapids on November 14.
The second team was equally as successful last Saturday, in blanking the
Spartans, 12-0. Rich King, Mark Daiber, and Ken Phillips each put in one try
apiece to account for the scoring. The victory boosted the second team's
record to 5-1.
The only disappointment for the day was the third team (0-2), which lost a
close 10-8 decision.
SOCCER
The men's undergraduate soccer team had a successful week, as it
downed Wayne State, 2-0, and Spring Arbor, 2-1, to boost its record to 9-1,
Tom Parks and Stefan Mitkov each scored against Wayne State, while Parks
knocked in both goals to defeat Spring Arbor. It was the first time Michigan
has beaten Spring Arbor in seven years.
The Club Sports Roundup relates briefly the activities of the
Michigan club sports during the previous week. This week's infor-
mation was compiled by Daily sports writers Randy Berger and Mark
Wolf.

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IN SCORES
Thursday
Football
Fraternitiesf
Phi Gamma Delta 44, Theta Delta ChIO
Sigma Chi 14, Phi sigma Kappa 6
Kappa Sigma 14, Chi Psi 0
Acacia 8, Alpha Delta Phi 0
Independent
True Blue 6, Chunkies Chargers 0
The MC's 8,'Fubars 4
Warrior's8, Daily Libels 2
Glenshed 8,FunkyGrovites 0
Graduate/Faculty/Staff
Invisible Hands 6. DSD 'B' 0
Swillerettes 6, Second Stage 5 (first downs)
Psycho Rides Again 3, Boys in Business t(first downs)

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