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Field Hockey
Northwestern vs. Purdue
11:00 a.m., Ferry Field


Page 7'

he Michigan Daily Saturday, September 24, 1983

Wisconsin first Big
(Continued from Page 1)

Melka and Russ Fields.
"DEFENSIVELY we are very
young," said McClain. "We start a lot
of red-shirted freshmen. We start only
four seniors on defense and our secon-
dary does not have a lot of experience."
McClain expects Michigan to
challenge the defensive backfield, and
pointed to Smith's fine performance
against Washington as an indication of
what his team will be up against.
Smith, who sat out the season opener
against Washington State, completed 18
of 26 passes last week for 225 yards and
appeared to have recovered from
nagging shoulder injuries. In addition,
Smith provided leadership and offen-
sive spark that Schembechler hopes
will carry over into toda's peforman-
"HE IS IN control out there,"
Schembechler said. "I think that was a
great performance considering he had
not been able to practice or throw
much. He should be getting better each
Smith's biggest contribution last
week was the addition of downfield
passing to the Michigan attack. Tight
end Sim Nelson caught seven passes in
the first half and split end Vince Bean
caught his first five passes of the
Tailbacks Rick Rogers and Kerry
Smith lead the rushing game, which
will be bolstered by the return of
fullback Eddie Garrett, who injured his

arm against Washington State.
BUT THE biggest question marks for
the Wolverines are on defense, where
injurieshve depleted the stockaof
linebackers. Starters Mike Boren and
Mike Mallory are both healthy, but first
reserves Andy Moeller and Tim Ander-
son are out with knee and ankle in-
juries, respectively. Mike Reinhold, the
only remaining inside linebacking sub-
stitute, is suffering from a slight neck
injury, but will be able to play.
Schembechler said he expects to
move Tom Hassel or Jeff Akers to the
middle if he needs to replace a starter.
"Injuries are going to play a big part
in this game," Schembechler said. "We
are not a good blitzing team and we
have to do a better job with our inside
linebackers. This is going to be a heck
of a football game."
For Michigan, it will have to be, for
the Badgers will no doubt be playing
with the same intensity they had when
they upset Michigan, 21-14,in 1981.
If the Wolverines repeat that perfor-
mance, the entire team could find itself
up the river at the start of the Big Ten
Today's Michigan-Wisconsin
game starts at 2:30 EDT and
can be heard 'on WAAM
(1600AM), WPAG (1050 AM),
WWJ (950 AM), WUOM (91.7
FM) and WJR (760 AM).

Ten oefor Bo



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(79) Clay Miller .........
(64) Jerry Diorio.......
(69) Tom Dixon.........
(76) Stefan Humphries . .
(73) Doug James .......
(26) Gilvanni Johnson...

(235) TE
(258) LT
(245) LG
(250) C
(260) RG
(260) RT


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Steve Smith.........(195) QB (12) Randy Wright......
Dan Rice..........(229) FB (34) MarckHarrison....
Rick Rogers........(216) TB (41) Gary Ellerson .....

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Rich Hewlett.......
Don Bracken......
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(215) OLB
(250) DT
(222) NG
(250) DT
(230) ILB
(217) ILB

(99) Rick Graf.......
(92) Scott Bergold ....
(55) Russ Fields ......
(68) Lance Branaman
(33) Jim Melka .......
(54) Jim Kmet ........
(64) Mike Herrington .
( 2) Averick Walker ..
(17) Richard Baxter ..
(15) Brian Marrow ....
(29) Richard Johnson .
( 5) George Winslow ..
(11) Kevin Rohde.....


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Daily Photo by JEFF SCHRIER
Wolverine defensive tackle Vince DeFelice makes a vain attempt at rejec-
ting a Rickey Turner aerial in Michigan's September 10 victory over
Washington State. Michigan defenders will need to turn in a strong perfor-
mance to contain Wisconsin's Gary Ellerson, the Big Ten's second-leading

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to coach

There's a new addition to the Wolverine family of coaches.
Peter Lindsay, formerly of Western Michigan, will direct
Michigan's women's swimmers this winter. Lindsay takes
over the position held for the last nine years by Stu Isaac,
who resigned in mid-June to take a position with Speedo In-
LINDSAY COACHED both the men's and women's swim
teams at Western Michigan for the past four years. The dual
job, common in the Mid-American Conference, entailed
simultaneous practices and same day meets.
"That's one thing I'm not going to miss," said Lindsay. "It
will be more cohesive coaching one team."
Lindsay received a degree in political science from Miami
(Ohio) University - where he was a member of the swim
team - in 1972 and later, a Masters degree in health and

physical education.
THE SON OF a naval officer, Lindsay followed in his
father's footsteps, participating in ROTC during his 'un-
dergraduate years at Miami. The San Diego native later ser
ved as a communications officer and navigator in the navy
and spent a year in Vietnam.
Once intent upon a career as a naval officer, Lindsay found
that teaching English and coaching swimming at the Naval=
Academy sparked his interest. After receiving his Masters in
1979, Lindsay moved on to WMU, where he taught coaching
theory as well as YMCA swimming classes.
But coaching the Wolverines will be a full-time job. Lin-
dsay already has his swimmers in the water, preparing for.
their November 4 season opener.
Lindsay says the academic success of his swimmers is the'
first priority on his agenda.

Around the Big Ten

hio State at Iowa
:50 p.m. EDT
What to watch: Everything. In what
promises to be the premier match-up in
the~ nation today, third-ranked Ohio
State throws No. 1-rated quarterback
Mike Tomczak at the seventh-ranked
Iowa Hlawkeyes. Iowa plans 'to counter
with Chuck Long, the nation's No. 3-
rated passer. Both teams are coming
off huge triumphs last week. The
Buckeyes pounded highly-touted
klahoma, 24-14, while Iowa outlasted
Penn State, 42-34, in a game which saw
Long throw for 345 yards, an Iowa
Scheduling quirks prevented the
Buckeyes from facing Iowa the past
two seasons and subsequently hurt Ohio
State's chances to go to the Rose Bowl.
Itis doubtful the Buckeyes have forgot-
ten this, and one can expect to see a
highly-motivated group of players on
the field today.
Ilinois at Michigan
State 1:00 p.m. EDT
What to watch: Michigan State stunned
Notre Dame last week, 28-23, largely
'due to the foot of punter .Ralf
Mojsiejenko. He reeled off consecutive
boots of 54, 72, and 53 yards, and kept.
thO Irish pinned in their own end during
much of the game. That kind of kicking,

combined with the passing of
sophomore Dave Yarema and defen-
sive standout Carl Banks' play, should
enable the Spartans to knock off the
Illini, who downed Stanford last week,
Northwestern at In-
diana 1:30W~m.EIA7 L
What to watch: If Indiana can put the
ball in the end zone at all, it should be
enough for a victory over anemic Nor-
thwestern. The Wildcats have yet to
score this season and have yielded 69
points in losses to Washington and
Syracuse. Northwestern quarterback
Sandy Schwab continues to pick up
yardage in the air (516 yards so far), but
his receivers seemingly refuse to cross
the goal line. Indiana, which lost to
Kentucky last week, 24-13, may keep
this game close.
Purdue at Minnesota
8:00 p.m. EDT
What to watch: Both of these teams will
try to rebound from last week's
horrendous outings. Purdue was
trounced by Miami (Fla.), 35-0, while
Nebraska annihilated the Golden
Gophers, 83-14. Purdue may have the
slight edge in this sleeper.
"Around the Big Ten" was com-
piled by Tim Makinen.

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'Cat stickers blank Blue

An aggressive, crisp-passing North-
western field hockey team controlled
the game- early and hung on late to
post a 2-0 victory over the Wolverines
yesterday at Ferry Field.
The first half was played almost en-
tirely in Michigan's defensive zone as
the Wildcats displayed a quick and ef-
fective passing game. Northwestern's
persistence finally paid off 25 minutes
into the game when midfielder
Kathleen Kochmansky pushed a
rebound past Wolverine goalie Jonnie
Terry. Terry made the original save on
a shot by Amy Kekeisen.
MICHIGAN coach Candy Zientek was
impressed with the Wildcats, who
ranked eighth nationally last year.
"They played extremely well," she
said. "Their stick work and passing
game is good. They were quick to the
ball and aggressive."
The second half began in bright sun-
shine but rainclouds moved in and a

steady downpour made the field con-
ditions a disadvantage to both teams.
However, the Wolverines' offense
began to put some pressure on North-
western midway through the half.
Michigan's best scoring opportunity
came when halfback Alison Johnson hit
the goal post on a breakaway after
taking a pass from Lisa Schofield.
Shortly after Johnson's effort, the
Wildcats put the game away on a goal
by forward Lisa Griswold. Once again,
the score came on a rebound after
Terry knocked down a shot by Jennifer
TERRY, WHO made ten saves in a
fine performance, was encouraged by
the Wolverines' second half showing.
"It took us a little while to settle into
the game, but our defense got better in
the second half," she said. "This was
our first game against a team of this
caliber and I have a good feeling abut
the upcoming games."
Zientek was also optimistic. "This in
only our second game and the first time
our defense has been under such
pressure," she said. "We had our chan-
The loss dropped Michigan's record
to 1-1. Northwestern is now "5-2. The
Wildcats play Purdue at 11 a.m. today
at Ferry Field and the Wolverines will
host the Boilermakers tomorrow at 10
Residence Hall
Keggateers 7, Futher Muckers 0
1st Rotvig 11, Frost-I 3
MM's Cardinals 3,Bubba's Boys 2
Reasonable Men 6, Bruins 4
1st Hayden 12, John's Peter 2
Jafo 2, Main Veiner 1
Theta Chi 1B' forfeit, Psi Upsilon 'B'
Phi Alpha Kappa 7, Phi Kappa Psi 7
Zeta Beta Tau 'B'115, Chi Phi S
Sigma Phi Epsilon 'B' 20, Delta Upsilon 0
Wesley Women 12, Hunt4
Bush Bunnies 7, H B 5

High scores hurt M' linksters

Special to the Daily
BAST LANSING - On a cold and
windy afternoon, the Michigan
wdmen's golf team struggled into 13th
pl4ce after 36 holes of the Spartan Fall
InVitational. The Wolverines play 18
holes today to conclude the 15-team
Freshman Melissa Bauer paced the
Wolverines with a second round score
of78 and a total of 159. Rounding out the
Mirhigan attack were: Bridget Syron,
86"1 -167; Valerie Madill, 90-87 - 177;
Liga Di Matteo, 91-91 - 182; Sandy
Barron, 90-93 - 183; and Luanne Cher-
ney, 92-93 -185.
Always powerful Ohio State leads the
field by seven strokes over second-
place Minnesota. The Gophers,
however, have the top player in Nancy
Harris, who fired blistering rounds of 71,
and 76.
Tigers 7, Red Sox 4
DETROIT (AP) - Wayne Krenchicki
and Larry Herndon doubled to key a
three-run fifth inning as the Detroit

1-0 in the second when he singled and
went to second on Chet Lemon's groun-
der, then scored on a single by Rick
In the Detroit fifth, Leach was safe on
a fielder's choice grounder that forced
Lemon and scored on Krenchicki's
double. Krenchicki went to third on
shortstop Glenn Hoffman's throwing
error tryint to catch Leach at the plate
and scored on Lou Whitaker's grounder
back to Boston pitcher Dennis Ecker-
sley, 8-13.
Whitaker went all the way to second
when Eckersley threw the ball wild at
first, stole third and scored on a double
by Herndon. Two of the Tigers' three
runs in the fifth were unearned.
ECKERSLEY, who beat Detroit ace
Jack Morris last Saturday in Boston,
gave up nine hits while striking out
three and walking one.
Boggs, the top hitter in the American
League, collected three hits in four at
bats, giving him 201 hits for the season
and making him the seventh player in
Boston history to get 200 hits or more a

Pena followed with a solo home run as
the Pittsburgh Pirates, riding the three-
hit pitching of Rick Rhoden, defeated
the Montreal Expos 10-1 last night.
Dodgers 11, Brares 2
ATLANTA (AP) - Dusty Baker
blasted a home run and knocked in four
runs and Ken Landreaux also homered
and drove in three as the Los Angeles
Dodgers buried Atlanta 11-2 last night,
stretching their National League West
lead to 5 games over the Braves.
The Dodgers reduced their magic
number for clinching the division title
to five as they continued their mastery
over Atlanta, lifting their season lead to

Michigan link Alison Johnson handles the ball in yesterday's field hockey game
against Northwestern. The Wildcats shut out the Wolverines, 2-0. Kay McCarthy is
in the background.


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