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The Michigan Daily-Thursday, December 10,,1981--Page 9

'M' volleyball squad
ready for Nationals

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By BOB WOJNOWSKI,
,The Michigan women's volleyball
team is in Tallahassee today in quest
of something that has eluded
Wolverine sports teams for more
than a decade-a national cham-
pionship.
Not since the men's gymnastics
team won it all in 1970 has a
Michigan team been crowned as the
nation's best. You have to go back 17
years to find the last hockey cham-
pionship, 19 years for the last
baseball championship, and 33 years
for the last time the Michigan foot-
ball team took top honors in the
country.
ALTHOUGH THE Wolverines are
not listed as the favorites in the 12-
team AIAW National Champion-
ships hosted by Florida State, they
are riding the crest of a 10-game
winning streak, a Big Ten Cham-
pionship and the MAIAW Regional
championship. They are a team with
momentum, and head coach Sandy
Vong hopes a week off from practice
after the regional championship two
weeks ago has primed hi9rspikers for
the nationals,
"We were playing hurt, we had a
lot of injuries and everybody showed
a lot of heart," said Vong. "We gave
them a week off and then started

practicing-but nothing' too inten-
se."
The tournament is divided into
four pools of three teams each, with
Michigan (39-13) playing in Pool A.
The Wolverines open against ninth-
ranked and top-seeded Texas (54-6)
at 9 a.m. this morning, and will then
face Pittsburgh (36-13) later in the

day. The first round will consist of
best-of-five matches, with the top
two teams in each pool advancing to
the second round. The qualifying
eight teams will then engage in
double-elimination competition until
a champion is determined.
NOTICEABLY absent from this
year's field are such big-time
powerhouses from the past as UCLA
and Hawaii. In addition to Michigan,
Texas :and Pittsburgh, the tour-
nament includes Florida State, Nor-
th Carolina, S.W. Missouri State,
Utah State, Portland State, Min-
nesota, Ohio State, Texas-Arlington
and California. And, in Vong's
estimation, it promises to be an ex-
citing tournament.
"There are a lot of even teams in
the field, unlike in past years when
you had such dominant teams as,
say, a UCLA," he said.
The Wolverines will be led by All-
Big Ten Diane Ratnik, a freshman,
and sophomore Alison Noble, who
joined Ratnik on the All-Regional
team. But Vong, who stresses
teamwork and tends to downplay in-
dividual accomplishments, is
looking for a total team effort as the
volleyballers g6 for something that a
Michigan team hasn't gotten in 11
years.

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POR TS OF THE DAILY:
Schatzeder traded for Herndon

4

HOLLYWOOD, Fla. (AP)- The Detroit Tigers acquired
outfielder Larry Herndon from the San Francisco Giants
Wednesday night for pitchers Dan Schatzeder and Mike
hris at baseball's winter meeting.
Herndon, 28, batted .288 with five home runs and 41 runs
batted in for the Giants last season. Ile also stole 15 bases.
SCHATZEDER, WHO turned 27 last Tuesday, posted a 6-8
record with a 6.08 earned run average in 24 games, including
21 starts. The Tigers acquired the left-hander from the Mon-
treal Expos, with whom he won 19 and lost 13 with a 2.91 ERA
in little more than two season.s
Chris, 24, was 2-2 with a 6.46 ERA in 16 games with Evan-
sville of the American Association, and was,5-5 with a 4.15
ERA in 14 games with Birmingham of the Southern League in
1981. In 13 major league appearances with Detroit, all in 1979,
Chris was 3-3 with a 6.92 ERA.
The Giants assigned Chris, also a left-hander, outright to
*hoenix of the Pacific Coast League.
Herndon played nearly seven full seasons with San Fran-
cisco since being acquired from the St. Louis Cardinals'
organization in 1975.
Yanks merry-go-round continues
HOLLYWOOD, Fla. (AP)- The New York Yankees'
managerial merry-go-round took another sudden turn
yesterday when the American League champions announced
at baseball's winter meetings that Gene Michael would

return as the club's pilot for three years, beginning in 1983.
The latest twist in the continuing Yankees' soap opera
came after Cleveland sent outfielder Jorge Orta and two
minor leaguers to Los Angeles for pitcher Rick Sutcliffe and
second baseman Jack Perconte.
MEANWHILE, Commissioner Bowie Kuhn took a day off
from the meetings to testify in Washington at a congressional
hearing on cable television.
The Yankees held center stage at the meetings, announ-
'cirg that Michael would succeed Bob Lemon, who will handle
the club for 1982 before moving on to other duties in the
organization.
The Yankees' managerial shuffle was settled after owner
George Steinbrenner granted Lemon's wish to manage the
team for one more year.
Thomas leads All-Star roting 1
. NEW YORK (AP) - The Detroit Pistons' brilliant rookie
guard, Isiah Thomas, was the leading vote-getter for the
Eastern Conference team in early balloting for starting ber-
ths in the 1982 National Basketball Association All-Star
Game, the league announced yesterday.
Thomas, who is among the league leaders with a 20.1
scoring average and 7.4 assists per game, led the guards with
33,958 votes. Veteran Reggie Theus of the Chicago Bulls, a
starter in last season's All-Star Game, was next among the
guards with 27,581 votes, while Boston's Nate Archibald, the
1981 All-Star most valuable player, was third with 7,468.

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Michigan Hockey
Statistics

Individual

No. Name, Position

GP G A Pts. P/M

16 Speers, C ................ 12
14 Tippett, LW ............... 12
Dn. May, RW ............ 12
Richmond, D............... 12
19 Kobylarz, C ............... 12
17 Yoxhelmer, C ............ 12,
23 McCauley, RW ........... 12
5 Richter, D ............... 12
22 Krussman, LW .......... 12
15 Reid, RW ................. 12
25 Brandrup, LW/D .......... 10
8 McIntyre, C ................ 11
11 Grade, C .................. 11
6 Perry, D .................. 12
21 Milburn, C ............... 11
Lundberg, D ............. 8
' Neff, ..................... 9
27 Tessier, LW ............. 9
24 Hawkins, D ............. 9
30Elliott,G................. 8
35 Mason, G ................. 5
2 Dg., May. D/LW ............ 4

7/14
6/12
10/20
14/28
3/6
6/12
0/0
11/22
9/18
2/4
6/12
2/4
8/16
3/6
7/14
6/12
7/15
0/0
1/2
1/2
0/0
0/0

12Noren,C...............2 0 0 0
20 Huber, LW ................ 2 0 0 0
89Zucchetto,C .............. 1 0 0 0
1IChiamp, G................ 1 0 0 0
'M'Bench ................. 12
Goalies
Goalie (Record) G Min Ga AvgSav
Mason (3-0-1)...........4244:03 7 1.72104
Elliott (4-3-1) ............ 8 464:45 20 2.58 214
Chiamp (0-0-0) ........... 1 31:12 3 5.78 7

0/0
0/0,
0/0
0/0
2/4
Pct.
.937
.915
.700

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Team
MICHIGAN
1 2 3 OT
Goals..................12 17 12 0
Shots on Goal .............. 111 100 126 8
Goalie Saves .............. 104 129 82 10
Penalties............... 31 48 31 1
OPPONENTS
Goals ..................... 8 11 11 0
Shots on Goal .............. 112 140 93 10
Goalie Saves .............. 99 83 114 8
Penalties .................. 38 31 33 0

Totals
41
345
325
111
30
355
304
102

IM Scores
Sunday, December 6
Co-Rec Innertube Water Polo
I.R.T. 11, Gene Pool 7
Team Racquetball
Fletcher 2, Gomberg A 1
Elliot A 2, Hamilton I
Palmer A Blue Balls 3, Powerhouse 81 0
Beaver Patrol over Arbory Pirates (forfeit)
SCORES
College Basketball
Louisville 73, Purdue 71
Georgetown 83, St. Leo 37

$294.95

NBA
hiladelphia 137, Denver 109
Indiana 113, Utah 77
NHL
Boston 4, N.Y. 3
Philadelphia 4, Pittsburgh 1
Hartford 5, St. Louis 1

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