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Page 8-Wednesday, September 29, 1982-The Michigan Daily
Stickers beat EMU, 5-0

By PAUL HELGREN
The Michigan field hockey team ex-
tended its winning streak to five games
with a convincing 5-0 victory over
Eastern Michigan at Ferry field
yesterday. Junior Kay McCarthy pac-
ed the attack with three second-half
goals, giving her nine for the season.
The Wolverines started the game a
bit tentatively but held a 1-0 lead at the
end of the first half on senior Sara
Forrestel's first goal of the year. The

second half was all Michigan, however,
as the stickers found the nets four
times. The Michigan defense, led by
junior halfback Denise Comby, denied
the Hurons a single shot on goal in the
second half. Goalies Nancy Hirsh and
Jonnie Terry shared credit for the
shutout.
COACH CANDY Zientek was pleased
with her team's effort. She attributed
the slow start to a "sluggish" practice
the day before and added the team will

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get a "well deserved rest" tomorrow in
anticipation of Friday's game at North-
western.
"Northwestern will be our biggest
game so far this year," she commen-
ted. "It'll be on turf (as opposed to
grass) so we'll have to adjust to that."
McCarthy started the second half
scoring barrage on an attacking corner
(an inbounds play started on the side of
the opponents net). McCarthy put the
ball in play and then deflected a pass
from Comby into the net. A short time
later the junior from Dover, Mass. ad-
ded her second goal of the game on a
rebound.
LISA SCOFIELD made it 4-0 when
she took a Sara Forrestel pass and con-
verted from 30 feet out. It was
Scofield's seventh goal of the year. Mc-
Carthy closed the scoring with her third
goal of the game, a rebound on a
Scofield shot. In all, the Wolverines had
30 shots on goal compared to Eastern's.
five.
"Zinwell" awards (given to the out-
standing offensive and defensive
players each game) were earned by
McCarthy (offense) and Comby (defen-
se).
Michigan's perfect 5-0 record will be
given a test by two Big Ten teams this
weekend. After playing Northwestern
on Friday, the stickers take on Min-
nesota on Saturday, also at Evanston.

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scored three of the Wolverines' five goals as the team raised its record to 5-0.

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SPORTS OF THE DAILY:

Tigers play spoi
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By TIM MAKINEN
Special to the Daily
DETROIT- Lance Parrish hit his
31st home run of the season, a record
for American League catchers, as the
Detroit Tigers dimmed Baltimore's
pennant chances with a 9-6 victory over
the Birds at Tiger Stadium last night.
Parrish's blast, a two-run shot into
the left-field upper deck in the seventh
inning, put the Tigers ahead to stay and
gave Oriole pitcher Sammy Stewart his
ninth loss against as many wins.
THE GAME saw the Orioles come
from behind twice-first in the fourth
inning with a four-run rally sparked by

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singles from Eddie Murray, Terry
Crowley and Lenn Sakata, and again in
the sixth with two more runs that sent
Tiger starter Dan Petry to the showers.
Reliever Dave Rucker stepped in and
contained the Orioles the rest of the
way, giving up only two hits and upping
his record to 4-4.
The usually powerful Oriole bats
collected 12 hits-all of them singles.
The Tigers, meanwhile, were helped by
home runs from Mike Ivie, his 14th, and
John Wockenfuss, his sixth, in addition
to Parrish's home run.
With Milwaukee's win in Boston, the
Orioles are now three games behind the
Brewers in the American League East.
A sparse crowd of 7,755 attended the
game. The Tigers face the. Orioles
again tomorrow night in the second
game of the- three-game series. Jim
Palmer (14-4) will start for the Orioles
and Jerry Udjur' will pitch for the
Tigers.
Netters lose to State
Special to the Daily
EAST LANSING - The Michigan
volleyball team lost a tough five-game
match to its, cross-state rival Michigan
State last night, 14-16, 15-4, 15-7, 14-16,
15-9.
Michigan coach Sandy Vong was not
pleased with his team's performance,
citing a lot of missed serves as big
reason for the loss.
"THE MATCH was pretty much like
the score indicates," said Vong. "We
were very unstable and couldn't find
the right combination of players.'
The loss dropped the Wolverines to 1-
4 in Big Ten competition and 6-6 overall,
while the win was the Spartans' first in
Big Ten play against three losses.
Tonight, Michigan plays Eastern
Michigan at Ypsilanti.
No progress in talks
NEW YORK (AP)-The head of the

ler, top
striking National Football League
players, seeking to get the stalled con-
tract talks in gear, sent a message to
the owners' chief negotiator yesterday
suggesting a meeting yesterday or
today before the formal, bargaining
resumes tomorrow in Washington.
Ed Garvey, the executive director of
the union, recommended to Jack
Donlan, his counterpart with the
Management Council, that the meeting
cover grievance procedures, future
pension benefits, a fund for pre-1959
players, a joint counseling program, in-
surance issues, the involvement of
players on the Competition Committee
and "your problems with proposed
scale."
THAT LAST matter-a wage scale
based solely on years of service without
regard to position-is the major road-
block to the resolution of the week-old
strike, which has forced the league to
call off 14 regular-season games and is
almost certain to knock out next
weekend's 14 as well.
NFL Commissioner Pete Rozelle said
last Sunday the strike would have to be
settled by tomorrow in order to play
next Sunday's and Monday night games
and Garvey said they were "jeopar-
dized" by the lack of progress in Sun-
day's bargaining session at Hofstra
University in Hempstead, N.Y.
Garvey said the union's offices in
Washington would be available for any
informal negotiations yesterday or
today. He suggested the union could be
represented by Brig Owens, the
assistant executive director; Jim Ber-
thelsen, the union's general counsel,
and Tim English, an attorney in Ber-
thelsen's office. He did not include his
own name on the list.
There was no immediate response
from the Management Council.
Sunda- football
NEW YORK (AP)- CBS will televise
four NCAA Division III college football

games Sunday, a network spokesman
announced.
Sunday's television coverage will
begin at 12:30 p.m., EDT, with NFL
Today, updating the National Football
League's player strike, said Mark,
Carlson Tuesday.

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