Page 10 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, October 2, 1984
SPOR TS OF THE DAILY
Spikers look to get back on track
Mallory honored for
By TOM KEANEY
Michigan volleyball hits the big time
tonight as the women's volleyball team
invades Crisler arena for a televised,
that's right, televised, match against
The match will be live on PASS-TV
starting at 7:00 p.m.
COACH BARB CANNING, whose
squad is coming off two tough losses
over the weekend, does not see tonight's
match or Wednesday's contest against
Miami of Ohio as easy opportunities to
get back in a winning groove.
"Everyone's having to deal with in-
juries in their lineups and having to un-
dergo transitions," she said. "But both
(Central and Miami) are good sound
teams." Canning is still making ad-
justments in her starting lineup, trying
to find the winning combination and
working around injuries, the most
disabling of which is Jennifer Hickman.
The junior has been hampered with an
ankle injury. Canning said she doesn't
know if Hickman will ever be 100 per-
cent this year.
After the weekend losses to Indiana
and Ohio State, Canning is stressing
defense. "We've been concentrating on
some defensive plays," she said,
"which is something we haven't worked
on yet this year."
The spikers hope to be aided by the
services of Lisa Vahi who is coming off
of an injury and could see action
Stickers battle to 0-0 tie
For the second straight contest, the
Michigan field hockey team played two
overtimes and ended up with a tie. The
stickers' record now stands at 0-3-2.
Michigan State supplied the op-
position Sunday and the Spartans and
Wolverines engaged in a hard-fought
game. Neither team managed a goal in
the game, but it was a well-played 60
minutes of hockey.
Michigan's greatest scoring threat
occurred in the second half when it was
awarded a penalty stroke (shot) after a
Michigan State player committed a foul
in front of her own goal.
Only a brilliant save by State's
goalie, freshman Karen Savar, kept
Michigan's Allison Johnson from
breaking the deadlock. Johnson is a
senior backfielder from Boxford, Mass.
After the game, Wolverine coach
Karen Collins saw improvement in her
team's play. "We asked the players to
go for one-on-ones more often, and they
Not to be overlooked was the perfor-
mance of Michigan's goalie Jonnie
Terry. The senior from Dearborn made
many difficult saves look easy. "She
did a nice job," commented Collins.
Harriers grab third
Chris Brewster led a Michigan sweep
of the first five places in the Big Ten
8000-meter road race held in Ann Arbor
on Saturday. Brewster captured the
title with a 24:10 time.
Rounding out the next four places
were Wolverines Bob Vandenberg
(24:24), Joe Schmidt (24:34), Marty
Miewingham (24:40), and Dave Meyer
(24:42). No team standings were kept
for the event which coach Ron Warhur-
st described as "low key."
Warhurst also noted, "We just wan-
ted to concentrate on getting good times
and that's exactly what we did. Chris
Brewster had a strong performance
which was what we expected."
Brewster has been described as
having the potential to be on of the top
cross-country runners in the country.
He missed his freshman year with an
ankle injury, a setback which continued
to hamper him last season.
The Michigan Union is hosting a lun-
cheon Tuesday, Oct. 9 featuring
Michigan hockey coach Red Berenson
and basketball coach Bill Frieder. The
luncheon starts at noon and is open to
the public for $4.00 For more infor-
mation, call 763-1381.
win over d
By PAUL HELGREN
Mike Mallory, who had 16 tackles
and an interception Saturday again-
st Indiana, has been named UPI's
Midwest defensive player of the
Mallory, a senior linebacker,
picked up 11 solo tackles and five
assists in the Wolverines 14-6 victory
over the Hoosiers.
"IT'S A NICE honor," Mallory
said. "It was kind of a big game for
myself coming against my dad
(Hoosier coach Bill Mallory) and
Indiana. There was a little extra
motivation for me. I had a lot of
relatives at the game. It was kind of
a family reunion."
Mallory's performance especially
pleased coach Bo Schembechler.
"Mike played the football game
we all knew he would play against
his father and Indiana," said
Schembechler. "He was very hard
to block, hustled all over the field
and made things very difficult for
the Indiana offense."
Fortunes were not so good for the
younger half of Michigan's Mallory
dual. Free safety Doug Mallory sat
out Saturday's game with a bad
back. "I think it was tough for him
sitting and watching from; the
sidelines," Mike said of his brother.
Doug Mallory is practicing this
week and is expected to play in
Saturday's game against Michigan
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TUESDAY LUNCH - FORUM
October 2 - 12 Noon
"U.S. ELECTIONS: PERSPECTIVE AND POSSIBILITIES"
Speaker: DR. MICHAEL TRAUGOTT
Senior Study Director -Associate Research Scientist, Center for Political Studies,
Institute for Social Research, U. of M.
Hold the presses! The Griddes
season is only three weeks old, and
already we've got a repeat winner. Al
"Don't call me Lucky" Rossi has top-
ped the Griddes field for the second
time, compiling a 16-4 mark this week.
It seems a lot of Al's friends were
kidding him because he does such an in-
depth analysis of each week's contests
before making his picks. Well Al can
laugh back all the way to Pizza Bob's
pizza place - he is now the proud owner
of a free, one-item, small pizza.
You can make your picks and eat piz-
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Daily at 420 Maynard by Friday
1. Michigan St. at MICHIGAN (pick
2. Ohio St. at Purdue
3. Wisconsin at Illinois
4. Iowa at Northwestern
5. Indiana at Minnesota
6. Texas at Rice
7. Oklahoma St. at Nebraska
8. Maryland at Penn St.
9. Washington at Oregon St.
10. Brigham Young at Colorado St.
11. Florida St. at Memphis St.
12. Georgia at Alabama
13. No. Carolina at Clemson
14. USC at Washington St.
15. Miami, Fla. at Notre Dame
16. Stanford at UCLA
17. No. Carolina St. at Georgia Tech
18. Auburn at Mississippi
19. Holy Cross at Colgate
20. East Lansing Farm Boys at Daily
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SUNDAY PLAYOFF RESULTS
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MUSIC APPRECIATION 307
The 1985 Playboy Music Poll.
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