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The Michigan Daily-Saturday, September 6, 1980-Page 15


QB's are '?' as Purdue-ND meet

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SOUTH BEND (AP)-The Purdue
Boilermakers may be without their of-
sive spearhead, quarterback. Mark
rrrmann, as they invade Notre Oame
today in a televised clash between
legendary intra-state rivals.
ferrmann, considered one of college
fodtball's premier quarterbacks,
sprained his thumb in practice Tuesday

Herrmann said he expects to be able
to play today, but a Purdue spokesman
said Friday that a decision on the star-
ting quarterback won't be made until
just before the game.
If he is unable to start, Herrmann
might be replaced by No. 2 quarterback
Scott Campbell, a freshman.
The game originally was scheduled
for later in the season but was moved
up for purposes of television and will be
beamed to approximately 85 per cent of
the nation.
It will be the 52nd meeting between
the two Midwest powerhouses with
Notre Dame holding a 31-18-2 edge in

the series. A year ago, Notre Dame held
a 20-7 lead midway in the third quarter
before Herrmann directed three touch-
down drives to give the Boilermakers a
28-22 victory.
The Boilermakers have tremendous
running depth in John Macon, Wally
Jones, Ben McCall and Jimmy Smith,
and brilliant receivers in Bart Burrell
and Dave Young. Notre Dame's main
strength is its defense.
Devine has not announced who he will
start at quarterback, a position in
which the Irish are deep with seniors
Mike Courey and Tim Koegel plus
touted and talented freshmen Scott
Grooms and Blair Kiel.

"There's no sense in letting Purdue
know who our quarterbck will be," said
Devine. "We know who it will be but
maybe it will be a slight advantage to
us if Purdue doesn't know."
A good guess is that Courey will start
because Devine, if he wasn't planning a
surprise, said late in the week,
"We probably won't start a freshman
against Purdue but that doesn't mean
we will not start a freshman before the
season is over."
Sophomore Phil Carter will replace
departed Vagas Ferguson at halfback
with John Sweeney at fullback.
Early odds made the Irish one-point
favorites only because it is next to im-
possible to make Notre Dame an un-
derdog at home.




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Lloyd trips Austi,
oves into Open final
NEW YORK (AP)-Chris Evert Lloyd, playing the match of her dreams,
dethroned defending champion Tracy Austin 4-6, 6-1, 6-1 yesterday and moved into
the final of the $654,082 U.S. Open tennis championships against 18-year-old Hana
Mandlikova of Czechoslovakia.
The hard-hitting Mandlikova, seeded ninth, advanced to today's final with a
-suspenseful&1, 3-6, 7-6 triumph over 15-year-old Andrea Jaeger, the No. 8 seed.
znn Mandlikova captured the third-set tiebreaker 7-4 to eliminate the popular Jaeger,
the youngest player ever to reach the Open semifinals.
vD game ALSO SCHEDULED for today are the men's semifinals, pitting Bjorn Borg of
Sweden against Johan Kriek of South Africa and defending champion John
since. McEnroe against three-time Open champion Jimmy Connors.
ented Herrmann But the spotlight yesterday belonged to Lloyd, four times the No. 1 player in
ball, and he said the world but a player who needed a three-month "retirement" earlier this year
time I'll take a in order to regain her enthusiasm for the sport.
n will probably be Since coming back, Lloyd has compiled a 41-1 record, losing only to Evonne
day before the Goolagong in the Wimbledon final.

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