Oct. 3-5, 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
vs. Miami of Ohio
Wednesday at7:oo p.m.
The Michigan Daily Wednesday, October 3, 1984 Page 7
By TOM KEANEY
Michigan volleyball coach Barb Can- 9 for the matc
ning two weeks ago rated lack of IT WAS the
aggression as her team's biggest the first game
problem. if that's true, then last night's deficit with se%
win over Central Michigan was a big route to the vie
step in the right direction. The 'inomen
After dropping the first game 15-12, beginning of
the Wolverines came storming back, execution by
taking the next three, 15-6, 16-14 and 15- Michigan's stt
rally to beat Central
Chippewas who rallied in
coming back from a 9-6
ven unanswered points en
ntum shift came at the
the second game. Poor
Central combined with
rong defense stifled the
and stronger Chippewa
Central outside hitter Lori Swanson
in particular, powered her team to the
victory in game one, but was not a
major factor in the rest of the match.
"Touch serving is a big part of our
game," said Junior setter Andrea
Williams, "Earlier we had been
missing a lot of serves, but once we
started making them, that took her
(Swanson) out of the game."
THE THIRD game was the most
telling. Down 10-5, Michigan ran off five
quick points behind the serving of
junior captain Andrea Williams to tie
the game, then- went on to win, 16-14,
with a tremendous team effort. The
Chippewas were just plain out-hustled.
, "For the first time, we had a team
that showed they could come back,"
said Barb Canning, who was pleased
with the level of intensity the team
showed. "I think they each decided in-
dividually that they were going to be
Junior Jennifer Hickman agreed.
"We had some poor experiences over
the weekend," she said of Michigan's
losses to Big Ten opponents Indiana and.,
Ohio State on consecutive days. "The
six of us decided that we wouldn't let it
THE WOLVERINES were clearly in
charge in the fourth game. Junior Kim
Edwards seemed to be everywhere,
making the key saves and leading an
aggressive Michigan attack that sent
the Chippewas home to Mt. Pleasant.
Canning says that there are still some
things the team will have to work on,
but was happy with the performance of
Edwards and the rest of the squad.
The game, which was televised live
on PASS TV, was the first volleyball
game ever played in Crisler arena.
The victory boosts Michigan's record
to 8-3 (0-3 in the Big Ten) and drops
Central to 9-6. Michigan will play
again tonight against Miami of Ohio at
7:00 at the CCRB, before getting back
into conference play on Saturday
against Michigan State.
Royal pain Associated Press
The Tigers' Jack Morris proved to be a thorn in Kansas City's side last night
acing the victory for Detroit in the opening game of the playoffs.
call the playoffs'
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
Maize 'n' Blue
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 5th - 7:30 P.M.
Daily Photo by STU WEIDENBACH
Michigan's Jayne Hickman spikes the ball as teammate Kim Edwards looks
on. Last night's win over Central Michigan at Crisler Arena was available to
cable television viewers over the PASS network.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - A fill-in
crew of umpires, possibly including two
with major-league experience,
prepared last night to work the opening
game of the American League Cham-
pionship Series between the Detroit
Tigers and the Kansas City Royals.
A pool of six local umpires picked by
the Royals, along with three others
being flown into Kansas City by the AL,
was put together earlier in the day. A
six-man team was to be selected shortly
before the game to substitute for
striking major-league umpires.
THE NATIONAL League playoffs
began Tuesday with four local amateur
umpires calling the game in Chicago
between the San Diego Padres and the
In 1970, an amateur crew of umpires
worked the first game ofthe NLCS bet-
ween Pittsburgh and Cinncinnati while
major league umpires were on strike.
A strike has never affected the ALCS.
Major league umpires went on strike
at the end of the regular season in a
contract dispute. AL President Dr.
Bobby Brown said money is the key
issue, and said Tuesday that there had
been no negotiations during the day
between himself and Richie Phillips,
head of the umpires' union.
One of the six area umpires picked
for the ALCS pool was Bob Jones, who
worked 11 Royals' games during the
umpires' strike in 1979.
Jones, 36, is a 14-year veteran of the
Kansas City police department and is
an umpire in the Big Eight Conference.
"I've never been a member of a union
and my sentiments aren't that way," he
said Tuesday of having to cross a picket
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