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Page 10 - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, October 25, 1984
Broncos bust Wolverines; spikers

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By JIM GINDIN
After winning a thrilling five-game
match at Eastern University Tuesday
night, the women's volleyball team
traveled to Kalamazoo and dropped a
close three-game match against
Western Michigan, "probably the best
team in the state," according to
Michigan coach Barb Canning.
"We played a pretty good match,"
said Canning. "We thought they would
dominate, but it was pretty close com-
petition."
MICHIGAN LOST the first game 16-
14, and fell behind 12-0 in the second.

"That was the highlight of the match,
coming back in the second game," she
said. The Wolverines dropped the
second game, 15-11, and the third, 15-3.
"Heather Olsen (a freshman from
Kalamazoo) played a good all-around
match. The team in general was very
consistent passing and serving," Can-
ning said.
AGAINST EMU on Tuesday, senior
Joan Potter served for only one of the
match's 128 points, but after Huron
Bonnie Covey spiked the return into the
net, Potter had recorded the evening's
final and most important point, as the

Wolverines earned a clutch 12-15, 15-6,
9-15, 15-8, 17-15 victory at Ypsilanti's
Bowen Field House.
The win, coupled with last night's loss
at Western moved the team's record to
10-2 in non-conference games, 10-10
overall.
"I figured it would be a good match-
up," said Canning. "Since many of
their players had played with some of
ours in previous leagues, I knew they
wouldn't be intimidated."
AFTER DROPPING the first game,
the Wolverines took a 9-4 lead in the
second game, and coasted to a 15-6 win

to tie the match.
"After the first couple of games we
concentrated on keeping our sets
closer," said Williams. The stragegy
was to get the ball closer to the spiker in
order to have more control over the hit.
"People were hitting the ball harder
because of the sets."
The Hurons won game three, 15-9, af-
ter taking a 10-3 lead in just seven ser-
ving chances.
DOWN TWO games to one, Canning
re-inserted Jennifer Hickman into the
lineup for the fourth game. Hickman,
who had been hobbled with an ankle in-

jury, had also played in the second
game.
"I hadn't wanted to use her," said
Canning. "She and Andrea run the
team when they're in there and we
don't do as well when one of them is
out."
Williams served for five points and
Hickman had five kills, as Michigan
tied the match with a 15-6 win.
THE FIFTH game was by far the
closest in the match. Down 15-14, Lana
Ramthun spiked off a Huron defender
to re-tie the match. On the next play,
Hickman hit a shot that was called out

'10-10
by the linesman, but the call was
overruled by the referee, giving the
Wolverines a match point. A few
minutes later, Potter served to end the
match.
"It's nice to win and come back as we
did at the end," said Canning. "As
we've lost so many we've led in, we
didn't really think we were capable of
it."
The Wolverines travel to North-
western for a match Friday, and thento
Iowa Saturday.

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Press, the now world famous picture of
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Tigers clinched the World Series was
not Gibson's reaction to his eighth in-
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Pizza magnate Tom Monaghan could
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If you want that just-won-the-World-
Series-look, just stop by the Daily at 420
Maynard and drop of your picks.
1. Illinois at MICHIGAN (pick score)
2. Ohio St. at Wisconsin
3. Iowa at Indiana
4. Michigan St. at Minnesota
5. Purdue at Northwestern
6. Arizona at Washington
7. Oklahoma at Kansas
8. SMU at Texas
9. Rutgers at Boston College
10. Kansas St. at Nebraska
11. Miami, Fla. at Louisville
12. Notre Dame at Louisiana St.
13. East Carolina at So. Carolina
14. Auburn at Mississippi St.
15. Georgia at Kentucky
16. UCLA at Arizona St.
17. Penn St. at West Virginia
18. BYU at New Mexico
19. Colgate at Columbia
20. Ill.-annoys-us-all at Daily Libels
IM Scores
Residence Hall'A'
Scotties 8, Butler Bombers 6
E.Q. Raiders 12, No Names 0
Mood Riders 8, Fisher'A' 0
TIO won by forfeit over Scott Rockers
Residence Hall 'B'
Alice Lloyd 12, Elliot Nesses 0
Taylor Bamf 10, Adams Bombers 0
Blagdon Blitz 12, Road Warriors 0
Kelsey Broots 18, Reeves Rollers 6
Co-Rec
Trainers 22, Wallstreeters 0
Heat EX 8, Caton 0
The Arby's won by forfeit over Fred House
Mudhuddies 6, Wolverines 0
Graduate/Faculty/Staff
The Boggles 28 Sip & Fall 6
Dura Mater 20 Tortfedsors 14
DSD B 4, Striders 6
Twelve Inchers 8, Bang Gang
Fraternity 'A'
Kappa Alpha Pi 24, Alpha Tau Omega 8
Sigma Nu 12, Alpha Phi Alpha 0
Phi Sigma Kappa 14, Delta Chi 6
Phi Gamma Delta , Delta Tau Delta 6
Zeta Beta Tau 8, Alpha Epsilon Pi0
Evans Scholars 8, Chi Ps18
Fraternity 'B'
Alpha Sigma Phi 0, Sigma Nu 0
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 22, Phi Sigma Kappa 0
Psi Upsilon , Phi Delta Theta 0
Delta TauDelta won by forfeit over Zeta Psi
Chi Psi 30Phi Kappa Psi 8
Phi Gamma Delta 44, Alpha Epsilon Pi6
Independent 'A'
Bruisers 14 Rip Tide 0
Force 4 Goes Independent8, independently Awesome 6
Legal Soul, Tar-Heels 0
Pirahnas won by forfeit over Bubbas
U Towers 8, Jammers 6
BSH's 28, Spitfires 6
GC's 12 Righteous Ones 12
Beaver Cleavers won by forfeit over Mr. Marzonies II
Glearons 18, Return of the Crib 8
Frisco69ers won by forfeit overStrohemians
[ndependent 'B'
Water Buffaloes 18, AIAA 0
Navy 12, Aombers 0
Chem E 6, Non-Dairy Creamers 0
Frogs 22, PT's Conchos 6
MBA Gunners 6, Missed Assignments 0
Purple Death 12, R(LBS)'6
Narwahls 8, The Hirschmen 0
AF ROTC 1 22, Volunteers 0
Molars 8, Desicrators 0
Campus Crusaders 20, Gandhi's 8
Phi Alpha Kappa 2, Clinchers 0
The Democrats 30, AF ROTC 28
Sammy 3 12, Moe, Larry. the Cheese 6
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