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10--Saturday, September 25, 1982-The Michigan Daily

After attempting a comeback in the third game, the
Wolverine women's volleyball squad fell prey to Minnesota,
10-15, 9-15, 14-16, last night at the Central Campus Recreation
Building.
In the third game of the best of five match, the Golden
Gophers took a commanding 13-4 lead before the Wolverines
won four points in a row to make the score 13-8., After Min-
nesota scored an additional point, Michigan put together
another string of six to tie the score at 14-14.
"I CHALLENGED my team not to give up," said
Wolverine mentor Sandy Vong. "I told them to do their best
and not give up."
The Wolverines, however, succumbed to two Gopher ser-
vice aces to lose the contest and the match. After the
Wolverines tied up the game, the service switched sides
seven times before Minnesota's Gretchen Kauth got the first
of the Gopher's game-winning service aces. The service then
went over to the Wolverines who promptly turned it back
over to the Gophers.
Minnesota senior Jill Halsted scored the match point with
her unreturnable serve, giving the Gophers their first victory
in a Big Ten match this season. Minnesota's record now

stands at 1-1 in Big Ten competition and 5-2 overall.
"WE WERE outgunned by Minnesota," said Vong. "They
are a good team. They have many upperclassmen and have a
lot of stability. This is the same team we played for seven and
eighth place in the AIAW finals last year."
Minnesota clearly dominated the Wolverines in the first
two games of the night. In the second game, the Gophers
jumped out to a 3-0 lead before the Wolverines tied it at 3-3:
Michigan briefly took a two-point lead, but then allowed Min
nesota to put together a string of six points, making the score
9-5.
Minnesota never relinquished the lead, going on to win the
second game 15-9.
MICHIGAN'S principal problem this season has been its
lack of seasoned talent. Thus, it is possible for Vong to see
some bright spots for the Wolverines.
"I see improvement every match. They are fast learners
and a fun team to coach," said Vong.
Michigan meets its next opponent today when the
Wolverines take on Purdue at 5:00 p.m. at the CCRB.
Michigan will be looking to avenge its loss to the Boiler-
makers earlier in the season. The Wolverines' record now
stands at 6-4 overall and 1-2 in the Big Ten.

Illini ace top-ranked Pitt

Notre Dame (1-0) will try to follow up
last 6aturday's success as it takes on
Purdue (0-2) at Notre Dame Stadium,
minus the lights. The 10th-ranked
Irish will use the passing of Blair Kiel
and the running of fullback Larry
Moriarty to counter Purdue quarter-
back Scott Campbell, who led the
Boilermakers to a 15-14 victory over
Notre Dame last year in West Lafayet-
te.
A FOURTH HEISMAN hopeful, Jim
Kelly of Miami, Fla. (2-1), would have
been leading the Hurricanes against
Michigan State (0-2) in Miami, but his
season came to an abrupt halt last
weekend as he suffered a shoulder
separation. Spartan quarterback John
Leister has looked strong in early-
season play.
Minnesota looks to make it 3-0 as it

battles Washington State (1-1) under
the Metrodome. The Gophers outscored
the opposition 93-13 in their first two
games and should have a fairly easy
time with the injury-riddled Cougars.
Wisconsin (0-2) will be out to break
the longest winining streak in Division
lA as it takes on Toledo (3-0) ir
Madison. Look for the Badgers to ex
plode as they move down a notch in
competition after battling Michigan
and UCLA.
The Big Ten week closes out wit0
defending champion Iowa (0-2) at
Arizona (1-1) and Syracuse (1-2) at In=
diana (1-1). Hawkeye coach Hayder
Fry, will attempt to rally his troops af.
ter last week's 19-7 loss to Iowa State
Finally, the portable lights move from
South Bend to Bloomington as the
Hoosiers hope to become the first Big
Ten team to win under them.

Purdue opes rest withampbell
Editor's note: This is the last in a nine-part series WITH THE Boilermakers now 0-2 and their vaunted
examing each of Michigan's 1982 Big Ten opponents. passing game sputtering along, the running game may have
yRONPOLLACK to take up more of the offensive slack. Returning backs from
By a year ago include Jimmy Smith, Bruce King and Jeff
f,.ofPurdue quarterbacks are supposed to mess with the minds Feulner. Transfer Mel Gray is expected to have a big impact
of opposing defensive backs. All that current Boilermaker on Purdue's running game this season.
signal-caller Scott Campbell has messed with this year is While the Boilermakers have been inconsistent throwing
tradition. the ball, the same cannot be said of their opponents. Stan-
Mark Herrmann, Mike Phipps, Bob Griese and Len ford's John Elway picked apart Purdue for 333 yards,
Dawson all helped build the legacy that has made the Purdue completing 29 of 37 passes while Minnesota's Mike Hohensee
quarterbacking job one of the most renowned in the Big Ten. was almost as proficient, completing 18 of 26 tosses for 254
And as a sophomore, Campbell did that legacy proud by yards.
completing 57.6 percent of his passes for 2,686 yards and 18 Before the season started, Boilermaker head coach Leon
touchdowns. Burtnett said, "Stopping the pass in today's football might be
BUT THIS year, tradition has been treated contem- next to impossible." Prophetic words, at least where his own
ptuously. This year, the Purdue quarterback's passes have defense is concerned.
landed harshly upon the ground rather than softly in his THE STRENGTH of the Purdue defense (assuming that a
receivers' hands. defense that gives up 71 points in two games can have a
In Purdue's season-opening loss to Stanford, Campbell and strength) is in its front seven. At this area, the Boilermakers
Campbell. Boilermaker passing history took a beating as the junior have returning starters in the persons of BrockĀ°Spack and
struggling this year could only connect on 12 of 29 passes. When his passes Mark Brown.
weren't crashing onto the ground they were often picked off Along the five-man defensive front, Purdue returns six
by Cardinal defenders-three times to be exact. By the end players who saw considerable starting duty a year ago. They
TONIGHTh SUNDAY of the game, he had been benched. are ends David Frye and Andy Gladstone, tackles Matt Her-
SE COND Last week, Campbell got off to a far more auspicious start nandez, Paul Hanna and Chris Scott along with middle guard
presents against Minnesota by completing 13 of 17 first half passes. Tom Munro.
THE ORIGINAL DITTILIES But in the third quarter, he reverted to opening game form The Boilermakers kicking chores are handled by Tim
and failed to complete a pass in seven tries. By games' end, Clark and Matt Kinzer. Kinzer averaged 38.8 yards a punt a
5ELj j j3 he was once again looking for a comfortable spot on the ben- year ago while Clark was 20-of-20 in point after touchdowns
ch. and seven-of-eight in field goals.

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AP Photo
Dave Concepcion of Cincinnati leaps over the sliding Craig Reynolds of
Houston at second base during last night's game in Riverfront Stadium.
Tigers take 18-inning
marathon from Tribeo

DETROIT (AP) - Cleveland reliever
Ed Glynn's bases-loaded wild pitch in the
bottom of the 18th inning - his first pitch
of the game - scored Alan Trammell
with the winning run as the Detroit
Tigers beat the Indians 4-3 in the com-
pletion of a game suspended June 9.
Cleveland's Bud Anderson, 3-3, star-
ted the Detroit 18th by walking Tom
Brookens. Trammell was safe on a
sacrifice bunt and Brookens reached
second when Anderson bobbled the ball
for an error.
Larry Herndon's bunt-single loaded
the bases and Enos Cabell grounded into a
force at home before Glynn came on
and uncorked his wild pitch.
Red Sox 4, Yankees 2
BOSTON (AP) - John Tudor, staked
to the lead with a three-run third inning,
scattered seven hits last night in pit-

single by Willie Randolph and a 200-
foot, pop double down the left field line
by Dave Collins.
Boston struck back in its half of the
third to go in front to stay. Rick Miller
led off with a single, took third on Gary
Allenson's double off the wall in left and
scored on Jerry Remy's grounder to
short.
Reds 2, Astros O
CINCINNATI (AP) - Cincinnati's
Bruce Berenyi, the National League's
losingest pitcher, scattered ten hits in
shutting out the Houston Astros 2-0
yesterday.
Berenyi, 9-18, hurled his fourth com-
plete game for his first victory since
July 30. He struck out six and walked
one in breaking a personal eight-game

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