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SPORTS

The Michigan Daily Sunday, September 11, 1983 Page 9

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By JIM DAVIS
Michigan Stadium wasn't the only place it was steamy
yesterday. While Bo's boys were squeezing past Washington
State, the Wolverines volleyball squad was playing in the
Wolverine Invitational at the CCRB pressure cooker. And
they handled the heat a little better.
Michigan took the top spot in the 10-team tourney by
sweeping seven consecutive matches on the day, which in-
cluded 14 games won against only one loss, with that coming
in the opening match of the Invitational versus Oakland
University.
THE WOLVERINES defeated the University of Illinois at
Chicago Circle in the title match to complete the successful
day, which began at 9a.m. and ended at 8:15 p.m.
"It's always nice to win your own tournament," said head
coach Sandy Vong. "It was really a totalteam effort.
"We've got a couple of injuries (most notably to senior set-
ter Jeanne Weckler) but we overcame them. They were tired
in the championship game, but they still hung on and you
can't substitute for winning."
THE TEAMS were divided into two pools, with each school

playing a round-robin schedule. Then, based upon team
records squads were seeded into the elimination bracket of
the tourney.
The Wolverines breezed through Pool B by defeating
Oakland, 15-13, 11-15, 15-13; Lake Superior State, 15-8, 15-7;
Illinois-Chicago Circle, 15-13, 15-8; and Northwood Institute,
15-9, 15-0.
In the championship round, the Wolverines continued their
strong play by besting Bowling Green 15-12, 15-11, then
blasting Grand Valley State, 15-1, 15-7.
ILLINOIS-CHICAGO Circle finished second in Pool B with
a 3-1 mark and then dusted off Grand Valley and Indiana
University-Purdue University at Ft. Wayne before falling
prey to the undefeated Wolverines.
Michigan played the entire day with "very steady, very
consistent play," according to Captain Alison Noble. "We
played bread-and-butter volleyball. The team is coming
together and playing fantastically."
The 8-0 Wolverines next play the Buckeyes at Ohio State on
Friday and at Indiana Saturday.

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TE COLLEGE, Pa. (AP) - The QUARTERBACK TROY Bodine led
oard said it all for the Cincinnati the Bearcats to two touchdowns 2:16
ats - "We beat Penn State." apart in the second quarter after a pair
Bearcats stood around the board of fumble recoveries.
and cheering about their 14-3 The upset, following a 44-6 defeat by
of the 20th-ranked Nittany Lions Nebraska Aug. 29, represented the first
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games of a season since he became
Penn State head coach 17 years ago.
The victory was the first for Cincin-
nati head coach Watson Brown, who
took over after building an aerial game
at Vanderbilt as offensive coordinator.
"COACH BROWN'S offense can
move the ball against anybody in the
nation," Bodine said jubilantly after
the game.
"Our philosophy is to take what the
defense gives us and that's what we did.
It was just a case of hitting the open
receiver," he said.
Bodine completed 25 of 36 for 261 yar-
ds and one touchdown. The Cincinnati
defense held State's three quarterback
to just 112 yards, with many coming in
desperation throws in the final minutes.
USC 19, Florida 19
LOS ANGELES, (AP) - Sean
Salisbury threw a 25-yard scoring pass
to Timmie Ware with no time
remaining to tie the game, then a bad
snap on the conversion attempt cost
ninth-ranked Southern Cal the victory

Saturday as the Trojans tied No. 18
Florida 19-19.
The Trojans marched 80 yards in the
final 46 seconds to tie the score.
Salisbury threw an incompletion on
what appeared to be the final play of the
game, but it was nullified because of a
penalty against the Gators for having
too many men on the field.
Nebraska 56, Wyoming 20
LINCOLN (AP) - I-back Mike
Rozier scored four touchdowns and set
a career rushing record as No. 1
Nebraska extended the nation's longest
win streak with a 56-20 victory over
Wyoming in a college football game
Saturday.
Nebraska has now won 12 in a row.
Nebraska, 2-0, scored eight of the fir-
st nine times it had the football and
seven consecutive times. Husker run-
ners accounted for 240 yards while the
offense amassed 388 total yards in the
first half.

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SCORES
College Football
Indiana 15. Duke 10
Wisconsin 37, Northern Illinois 9
Missouri 28, Illinois 18
Alabama 20, Georgia Tech 7
Kentucky 31, Kansas State 12
Wake Forrest 13, Virginia Tech 6
Air Force 13, Texas Tech 6
Cincinnati 14, Penn St.3
Slippery Rock 34, Dayton 17
Pitt 35,Temple 0
Shippensberg St. 10, Bloomsburg St. 9
Colgate15, Army 13
Butler 19, Wayne St. 6

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American League
Baltimore 8, Yankees 4 (first game)
Toronto 7, Oakland 5
Cleveland 8. Boston 6
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Nebraska's Mike Rozier picks up yardage inspite of a clinging Troy
Schroeder of Wyoming. Rozier went on to break the Nebraska career
rushing mark previously set by I.M. Hipp.

National League
San Fran 5, Houston 0
Chicago 8, St. Louis 5

Pressure
on Lendi
to win
US Open

NEW YORK (AP) - There are two
opposite forces working on Ivan Lendl
as he approaches Sunday's United
States Open Tennis Championship mat-
ch against Jimmy Connors.
On the one hand, Ivan the Wonderful
has zoomed through this tournament
without losing a single set. On the other
hand, he is bending under the burden of
never having won a grand slam event.
"THERE IS going to be a first time
tomorrow," Lendl noted after
eliminating Jimmy Arias 6-2, 7-6, 6-1. "I
either win a grand slam event
tomorrow or I lose a set. One of those
two is going to happen."
Both of them might. He could cer-
tainly ose a set to Connors, who beat
him for this title last year. And he also
still could win the crown.
Lendl has been the most dominant

player in the men's side of the tour-
nament. "I am playing well," he said,
"and you always have a chance when
you are playing well."
BUT THE Czech star knows it won't
be easy, not against Connors, who will
be seeking a landmark 100th career
singles title.
"He is going to be hitting the ball very
hard and so will I," said Lendl, who
came into the tournament seeded No. 2.
Connors suffered a sprained little toe
on his right foot during his 6-2, 6-3, 6-2
semifinal victory over Bill Scanlon.
Lendl said his strategy against Con-
nors Sunday would be the same as it
was last year when Connors beat him 6-
3, 6-2, 4-6, 6-4, for the Open crown. "I
will hit the ball hard and try not to miss
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