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Volleyball
vs. Toledo
Thursday, 7:30p.m.
CCRB

SPORTS

Field Hockey
vs. Toledo
Today, 3:30p.m.
Ferry Field

The Michigan Daily

Tuesday, October 30, 1984

.... . ............

Who's QB this week? Bo ponders

By MIKE MCGRAW
Did Michigan turn the corner last week with its im-
pressive victory over Illinois or was it just a fluke?
The world should know for sure this Saturday when
the Wolverines invade Ross-Ade Stadium to take on
Purdue, a team tied with Michigan at 4-2 in the con-
ference and 5-3 overall. The bowl scouts should be
flocking to this one.
Bo Schembechler crossed up the Illini defense by
changing the offensive style used in the early part of
1984. With new quarterback Chris Zurbrugg at the
helm, Michigan was successfully running the option
for the first time since Steve Smith wore the maize
and blue. Schembechler was also throwing long on
occasion and even threw in a halfback option pass to
wake up the crowd.-.
BUT SCHEMBECHLER declined to say yesterday
at his press luncheon how he was planning to attack
the Boilermakers' defense or for that matter, who
would start at quarterback Saturday - Zurbrugg
again, Russell Rein, or Rick Rogers.
"I don't know exactly how we'll attack this team.
Every game is different," said Schembechler. "We'll
find out what it's going to take to move the ball."
Even though Zurbrugg had so much success again-
st the. Illini running the option, the Michigan coach
indicated that that might not be the way to beat Pur-
due.

"AGAINST ILLINOIS (the option) was the way to
move the ball," said Schembechler. "I also thought
we'd hit a bomb against them. That was the only
disappointing thing about the game. We missed them
all."
This year's Boilermaker squad was expected to be
at the bottom of the Big Ten, but coach Leon Burtnett
sprung surprises on Notre Dame and Ohio State to get
his team right up into bowl contention.
Jim Everett is the newest in the succession of suc-
cessful Purdue quarterbacks, following Mark Herr-
mann and Scott Campbell. The senior from
Albuquerque, New Mexico has completed 60 percent
of his passes this season for 2,120 yards. His favorite
target is wide receiver Steve Griffin, whom Schem-
bechler rates in a class with Wisconsin's Al Toon and
David Williams of Illinois.
"EVERETT S A good kid with a strong arm,"
Schembechler said. "Their offense is geared towards
what he does best - throw it. They also have a good
running game. They're pretty well balanced."
The Boiler runners are topped by Ray Wallace,
who's romped to 526 yards this year. But the big dif-
ference in Purdue is its defense, which has been
tough at times.
"Iowa got some big plays on passes against them,

so did Illinois," commented Schembechler. "Ohio
State got yardage, but they struggled. You would ex-
pect OSU to move."
ONE EDGE Purdue holds over its opponent is that
its home field is the only one in the conference with
grass. Many a favored team has left West Lafayette
with a loss.
"It's not the easiest place to play," said Schem-
bechler. "You're playing on a different surface,
there's always a crowd noise problem and they
always have a good team."
The grass poses a problem on the Wolverines,
though, that Ohio State and Iowa didn't have to deal
with. "Our problem is practicing on it," Schem-
bechler explained. "They move the clock back on us
this week and there are no lights on our grass prac-
tice field."
BLUE BANTER: The only significant injury suf-
fered against Illinois was by Eddie Garrett. Garrett
bruised a knee but is expected to play Saturday. It is
not known if linebacker Andy Moeller will play
against Purdue. Moeller missed the Illini game with
a sprained ankle . . . There are about 6,000 tickets
remaining for Saturday's game in West Lafayette, so
Wolverine fans are encouraged to come on down. Just
take 94 west to 65 south and follow the wheatfields un-
til you see the campus.

,: ::

C agers
ink Ind.
prep star

By JEFF BERGIDA
Michigan basketball coach Bill Frieder recently stated
that he had to sign five high school seniors this recruiting
year. Yesterday, Frieder nabbed number two.
Billy Butts, a 6-2 guard from Muncie Northside High School
in Muncie, Ind. committed to play for Michigan starting with
the 1985-86 season. A Street and Smith magazine Honorable
Mention All-American, Butts averaged 13 points and five
rebounds a game last year for a team that had two four-year
starters.
"I CHOSE Michigan because I felt comfortable with the
coaching staff," said Butts, who noted that Michigan State
was his second choice. "I liked the players a lot. When I was

in town September 14th, I stayed with (junior forward) Butch
Wade and (freshman guard) Gary Grant."
Wayne Allen, Butts' high school coach thinks that Frieder
has got himself a prize. "He's a great shooter and an ex-
cellent passer," he said, adding that Butts can play either
backcourt spot.
Allen was impressed with the way that Frieder and
assistant coach Mike Boyd conducted Butts' recruiting.
"Everything was right up front, there was nothing going on
behind the scenes," Allen commented. "They were honest
with us and we were honest with them."
Earlier this month, Frieder added 6-10' forward J.P.
Oosterbaan from Kalamazoo to the fold.

Doily Photo by DAN HABIB
Michigan offensive tackle, Clay Miller shows the intensity and excitement of
the moment following Michigan's first touchdown against Illinois last Satur-
day in Michigan Stadium. The Wolverines went on to dismantle the hated
Illini, 26-18.
Michigan Football Statistics

SPORTS OF THE DAILY:
Women harriers leg out 3rd place finish

T]
Total First Downs .
Rushing .........
Passing .........
Other .........
Total Net Yards
Total Plays.....
Avg. Per Play ...
Avg. Per Game..
Net Rushing Yards
Toni Attempts ...
Avg. Per Play . .
Avg. Per game..
Net Passing Yards.
Att/Comp/Int ...
Avg. Per At .
Avg. Per Comp..
Avg. Per Game..
Punt/Avg/Blk .....
Punt Rt/Yds/Avg..
.KO Rt/Yds/Avg ...
Int/Yds ...........
'Fumbles/Lost ..
Penalties/Yards ...
Total Pts/Avg.....
Touchdowns .......
Rushing .........
Passing .........
Other ...........
PATs/Att .........
2 Pt Conv/Att......
Field Goals/Att ....
3rd Down Conv/Att
"Success Pct....

EAM
M
143
79
57
7
2412
578
4.2
301
1440
404
3.5
180.0
972
174/88/11 2
5.5
11.0
121.5
42/43.3/1 4
20/139/7.0 13
16/275/17.2 20
15/146
12/7
36/301
SCORING
131/16.3
15
11
4
0
12/13
1/2
9/12
52/125
41.6
iE BY QUARTERS
1 2
.............30 40
19 23

Opp
142
64
70
8
2508
528
4.8
313
1074
302
3.5
134.2
1434
26/132/15
6.3
10.8
179.2
40/39,9/0
3/178/13.7
0/267/13.4
11/146
17/10
44/357
117/14.6
14
9
4
1
10/13
1/1
7/11
50/120
41.6

White...........
Jokisch..........
Kattus..........
S. Johnson........
Logue...........
Harbaugh .........
MICHIGAN.
Opponents .......
SI
Bergeron.........
Perryman.........
Garrett...........
Bean .............
Kattus...........
Morris............
Nelson ..............
Rogers...........
Zurbrugg ............
Harbaugh .........
Schlopy...........

5
4
4
2
I
I

26 5.2
63 15.8
31 7.8
32 16.0
9 9.0
4 4.0

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0
0
0
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By STEVE HERZ

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972 11.0 4 With a third place finish at the Big
1434 10.8 4 Ten Championships Saturday the
Women's Cross-Country team asserted
ig itself as one of the conference's finest.
TDp PAT FG TP In the span of one season under first
12/13 9/11 39 year coach Sue Parks, the team leap-
26 frogged six places, up from last year's
1 6 dismal ninth place finish.
1 6 Junior Sue Schroeder led the assault.
6 She kept up with two Wisconsin All-
6 Americans, who were setting a
6 blistering pace across the Purdue University
0 Golf Course. Schroeder, unfortunately,
0

succumbed to heat exhaustion and after
running in third place for most of the
race, fell 11 places in the standings,
finishing 14th. Senior Judy Yuhn slip-
ped past Schroeder for 13th place.
Coach Parks was disconsolate about
-the fate of her premier runner, "She
should have placed third. She missed
All-Conference. Considering the out-
standing season she's had it was a
disappointment to her and to me,"
Parks said.
The coach was able to put aside her
disappointment and gloat over the

team's dramatic improvement. The
Badgers were expected to run away,
with the race and did so. Illinois placed
second, also expectedly, but only beat
Parks' feisty team by 15 points, a gap
that would have been considerably
closer had Schroeder not faltered.
Parks would not dwell on the misfor-
tunes, saying, "We moved up six places
so I can't be disappointed with that."
Stickers Stue
Michigan State's Kathy Cronkite
scored a breakaway goal with two-and-
a-half minutes left Friday to give the
Spartans a 2-1 victory over the
Michigan field hockey team.
The loss dropped the Wolverines'
overall record to 1-11-4 and their Big
Ten record to 0-6-2.
-JOE DEVYAK
Spikers swept
The Michigan volleyball team, suf-
fering from midterm exhaustion, at-
tempted to win its first Big Ten match
of the year last weekend. Unfor-
tunately, it traveled to Northwestern

who is 8-0 in the conference and 19-7
overall, and Iowa who is 5-4 in the Big
Ten and 20-12 overall.
The spikers played well in the first
games of both matches. But after losing
close first games, the Wolverines, could
not sustain their intensity, and were
easily swept by both the Wildcats (10-
15, 8-15, 4-15) and the Hawkeyes (12-15,
6-15, 3-15).
-SCOTT G. MILLER
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SCORE

MICHIGAN.
Opponents..

3
37
30

4
24
45

Tot
131
117

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INDIVIDUAL
Rushing

Rogers..........
Morris..........
White .............
Perryman........
Garrett............
Zurbrugg .........
Harbaugh .......
S. Johnson ........ .
Wilcher ...........
Logue .............
Rein ..............

Att
94
83
69
48
40
18
42
1
3
3
3

Yds
364
357
252
200
125
66
54
18
8
-2
-2

Avg
3.9
4.3
3.7
4.2
3.1
3.7
1.3
18.0
2.7
-.7
-.7

TD
1
I
0
5
3
1
0
0
0
0
0

MICHIGAN ......... 11 4 12/13 9/12 131
Opponents........... 9 4 10/13 7/11 117
Punting
No Yds Avg Bik Long
Robbins..............40 1805 45.1 0 78
Schlopy..............1 13 13.0 0 13
Team ............... 1 0 0.0 1 0
MICHIGAN.......... 42 1818 43.3 1 78
Opponents........... 40 1597 39.9 0 61
DEFENSE
Tackles Assists Total
M. Mallory.......... 66 35 101
Brooks............... 42 15 57
Anderson............ 33 23 56
Cochran............. 40 14 54
Rivers.41 4 45
Lyles................ 23 17 40
Mike Hammerstein. 28 9 37
Moeller .............. 16 18 34
Scarcelli............. 22 10 32
Campbell.............23 6 29
D. Mallory..........15 8 23
Sincich............... 14 4 18
Rodgers............. 11 6 17
Meredith............. i11 4 15
Heren ............... 11 3 14
Hicks ................ 10 4 14
DeFelice............. 7 5 12
Gant................ 11 1 12
Gray................. 5 6 11
Bishop............... 8 2 10
Harris ...............4 3 7
Akers................ 3 3 6
Randall.............. 4 1 5
Lewandowski......... 1 1 2
Thibert.............. 2 0 2
Robbins ..............- - -
Interceptions
No Yds TD LP
Cochran...........4 53 0 49
Lyles............... 4 24 0 14
M. Mallory.........2 25 0 23
Campbell.......... 1 16 0 16
M. Hammerstein 1 16 0 16
D. Mallory.........1 12 0 12
Rivers ............ 1 0 0 0
Mo'eller........... I1 0 0 0

Mich. State ....
MICHIGAN ...
Illinois-Chicago
Lk. Superior St.
Ferris State ...
Bowling Green
Ohio State ..
Miami.......
Western Mich..

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3
2
2
2
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2
3
2
4
4
3
3

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

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5
4

Standings
CCHA
V L T Pts.
1 0 10
2 0 8

FRIDAY'S RESULTS
MICHIGAN 5, Bowling Green 3
Lake Superior 6, Ohio StateS
Michigan State 9, Miami I
Illinois-Chicago 5, Western Michigan 4
Michigan-Dearborn 5, Ferris State 2
SATURDAY'S RESULTS
Bowling Green 5, MICHIGAN 1
Ohio State 2, Lake SuperiorA
Michigan StateS5, Miami i
Illinois-Chicago 7, Western Michigan 6
Ferris State 8, Michigan-Dearborn I
CCHA LEAGUE-LEADERS
Goaltending
Games Goals Avg.
B. Essenfa (MSU) 2 4 2.01
Scoring

1. Boston University (4-1)
2. Minnesota (4-1-1)
3. Michigan State (5-1)
4. Michigan Tech (4-2)
5. MICHIGAN (4-2)
6. Boston College (2-1)
7. Colorado College (4-2)
8. Minnesota-Duluth (3-3)
9. RPI (0-0)
10. Denver (3-1-1)

8
6
4
4
4
2
2

OVERALL
W L
5 1
4 2
4 2
3 5
3 3
2 4
2 4
2 4
2 4

FRIDAY'S GAMES
MICHIGAN at New Hampshire, 7:30 p.m.
Ohio at Bowling Green
Ferris State at Michigan State
Miamia at Illinois-Chicago
Western at Lake Superior
SATURDAY'S GAMES
MICHIGAN at New Hampshire.7:30 p.m.
Bowling Green at Ohio State
Michigan State attFerris State
Miami at Illinois-Chicago
Western Michigan at Lake Superior
COLLEGE HOCKEY
COACHES POLL

Pts.
93
89
88
57
46
30
28
24
23
18

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MICHIGAN........ 404 1440 3.5 11
Opponents .........302 1074 3.5 9
Passing

NO CIVIUAN BAND
CAN MAKE YOU THIS OF.

Harbaugh.........
Rein..............
Zurbrugg ............
Rogers............

Att
111
31
31

PC
60
17
11
0

Int
5
3
3
0

Yds
718
142
112
0

TD
3
0
0

MICHIGAN ......... 174 88
Opponents........... 226 132
Receiving

11 972 4
15 1434 4-

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21
19
12
8
6
5

Yds
277
265
113
57
32
63

Avg
13.2
13.9
9.4
7.1
5.3
12.6

TD
1
0
1
0

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Opponents .......

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146 0 49
146 0 75

GRIDDE PICKS
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scene. The self-proclaimed "Griddes 4. Wisconsin at
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