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The Michigan Daily-Saturday, October 2, 19821 Page 9

The Michigan women's volleyball team
turned in an outstanding team effort in
defeating Indiana, 17-15, 15-12, 15-10, in
a Big Ten match last night at the Cen-
tral Campus Recreating Building.
Michigan received strong perfor-
mances from all six of its starters.
Junior Susan Rogers, repeatedly setup
by captain Alison Noble, bruised the
Hoosiers. with booming spikes.
Deborah Holloway and Lana Ramthun
starred on defense, returning num-
erous Hoosier spikes, and keeping
others in play. Jeanne Weckler, often
going to the floor to keep the ball alive,
also set up several Wolverine spikes.
THE FIRST game started out as a
see-saw battle; with neither team able
to take control. Both teams appeared
rusty, and play was a bit sloppy until
Indiana came alive. The Hoosiers
scored six consecutive points, breaking
an eight-all tie and putting Indiana in
the driver's seat, 14-8. But the
Wolverines refused to die and they
stormed back with seven straight poin-
ts of their own, to win it 17-15. h -
Coach Sandy Vong felt the comeback
,was the pivotal point in the match.
"Any time you can come back from a
14-8 deficit and win, itu builds tremen-
dous confidence. When you're on the
brink of defeat and come back to win,
it's a big lift."
Michigan started the second game
aggressively, building an 8-3 lead. But
the scrappy Hoosiers clawed back to tie
the score at 12. It was then that the
Wolverines put on theirgmostim-
pressive spurt of the night. Their
superior organization became apparent
when they took the last three points

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record to 8-6. Michigan hosts Way
State on Tuesday, Oct. 5 at 7:00 p.m.
the CCRB.

with superb team play. One of the poin-
ts was a picture-perfect set and spike
by Alison Noble and Susan Rogers.
HAVING already clinched the match,
the Wolverines were much looser in the
final game, but every bit as effective.
They controlled the area around the net
and quickly built a 7-1 lead. The lead got
as large as eight points at 12-4 before
the obstinate Hoosiers made one last
comeback. They got as close as 14-10
before finally succumbing, 15-10.

Although his team won all three
games, Vong was modest in his
assessment of the match. "We cannot
roll over Indiana, but in 3 games, over
45 points, organization makes a dif-
ference." The more organized-
Wolverines made the best of every op-
portunity, setting up numerous spikes,
while Indiana was often impatient when
selecting its shot.
The win was the second for Michigan
in Big Ten play, and raised its overall

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American League
Detroit 4-2, Cleveland 2-3
Baltimore 8, Milwaukee 3
Toronto 2. Sea te 0
Minnesota 3, Chicago 2
National League
New York 1, Philadelphia 0 (10 innings)
Cincinnati 4, Houston 2

Colbert third in bourne'

Special to the Daily
EAST LANSING - After 36 holes of
the Michigan State Invitational golf
tournament, Michigan senior Karyn
Colbert is in third place overall with
rounds of 73 and 75.
Michigan's women's golf team is
presently in eleventh place out of thir-
teen teams entered in the tournament.
The Wolverines have improved 17
strokes over last week's two-round
The present team leader in the tour-
nament is Illinois State with a 603 score.
Harriers first at ND
Special to the Daily
SOUTH BEND - It was a beautiful
afternoon on the Burke Memorial Golf
Course yesterday with the sun shining

and the temperature in the high 70's.
It was even more beautiful for the
Michigan men's cross country team,
which took first place in the Notre Dame
Invitational, edging runner-up
Eastern Illinois by five points.
Leading the way for the Wolverines
was senior Brian Diemer, who took
third place in the five-mile course
with a time of 24:28. Senior Gerard
Donakowski finished in a dead heat
for sixth, just eight seconds behind
Diemer. Freshman Chris Brewster
finished 10th overall in the 20-team
event. Rounding out the top five for
Michigan were transfer Don
Passenger and sophomore Dennis
Keane, who was hospitalized after the
race for heat stroke.
.One-hundred and twenty-three
runners took part in the event, which
was won by Eastern Illinois' Tim

Warneke. Trailing Michigan an
Eastern Illinois in the team standing
were Illinois State, Purdue, and Notr
The next action for the harriers wi
be in two weeks when they hos
Michigan State in a dual meet Octobe
15 on the golf course. The Wolverine
are undefeated in dual meet actia
since coach Ron Warhurst took ove
in 1974.

Daily Photo by DAVID FRAMI
Michigan volleyballer Lana Ramthun goes up for a spike as two Indiana
s° defenders position themselves for a block. Wolverine Jennifer Hickman
: watches in the backgrounil.

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-LEVELAND (AP)- Carmelo
C tillo homered with one out in the
ni4th to snap a 2-2 tie and give the
CIveland Indians a 3-2 victory over the
Dktrbit Tigers last night in the first
a04me of a twi-night double-header.
~len Barker, 15-11, pitched a four-
her, striking out 13 Tigers, tying an
American League season-high also held
a Gaylord ferry of the Seattle
riders. n s
;OSEMILT Wilcox ;(12-10) also
't ba e llowih-ix hits. k
groit took a 2-0 lead in :e third.
An rarnmell doubled to lead off, and
a (er: a pair of, walks, Larry Herndon
srped a two-run single.
filt Wilcox limited Cleveland to two
nles until the sixth, when he walked
t bases rfull with one out. Mike
l yrgrovlifted a sacrifice fly and Ron
Massey tied the score with a run-
storing single.'
Harwell in playoffs
NEW YORK (AP) - Ernie Harwell,
oe ofhfew broadcasters in baseball's
all of Fame; and -St. Louis Cardinals'
anouncer Jack Buck were among four
play-by-play men selected to handle the
rwo coverage of the major league
playoffs, a spokesperson for CBS Radio
aninounced yesterday.
Buck and Jerry Coleman, who calls
games for the San Diego Padres, will
!re the duties for the National
Lague series between the Cardinals
d the winner of the West Division
ace, involving Atlanta, Los Angeles
aTd San Francisco.
rarwell, who covers the Detroit
T Kers, will be working the American
Bague series with Denny Matthews of
toe Kansas City Royals.
rulesodes stay
ive, 8-3
yALTIMORE (AP) - Joe Nolan and
~ch Dauer rapped three hits apiece
d Ken Singleton added a solo homer
SBaltimore's 15-hit attack as the
Sioles defeated the Milwaukee
ewers 8-3 in the first game of yester-
Jy's twi-night doubleheader and
*sae alive in the American League
The Orioles pulled to within two
names of the first-place Brewers and
n'eded to sweep the four-game
weekend series to steal the champion-
yNOLAN, A .228 hitter, singled to forge
*1-1 tie in the second inning following a
ngle by Jim Dwyer and a walk to Cal
pken Jr.
>Ripken took third on Nolan's hit and
*Scored when shortstop Robin Yount




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