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Volleyball
vs. EMU
Tonight, 7:00 p.m.
CCRB

SPORTS

Women's swimming
vs. Pittsburgh
Friday, 6:00 p.m.
Matt Mann Pool

Th Michigan Doily Tuesday, November 6, 1984

Page9

opherQ
By DOUGLAS B. LEVY
"'If they (Minnesota) can beat Wisconsin in
Madison, they can beat Michigan in Ann Arbor," said
a blunt Bo Schembechler yesterday at his weekly
press luncheon.
Those are uncharacteristic words coming from a
competitor who was once considered so ornery that
his nickname was "Little Woody" as in the tem-
pestuous Woody Hayes.
-THEN AGAIN, Schembechler is coaching the most
uncharacteristic team of his 16-year career.
"This could be my only losing season anywhere,"
admitted Schembechler, whose Wolverines are stuck
at 5-4, 4-3 in the Big Ten. Michigan is tied with
Michigan State for fourth place in the conference.
Fortunately for the Wolverines, they play host this
Saturday to a legitimate conference patsy, the Min-
npsota Gophers for the rights to the Little Brown Jug.
LAST SATURDAY, the Gophers were' annihilated
by Illinois, 48-3 prompting first-year head coach Lou
Holtz to say, "I'm not worried about getting my
players up for Michigan, I just hope I can get myself
up for them."
Holtz has resurrected a dying Gopher program this
season, following two consecutive years in the Big
Ten cellar. Minnesota is 3-6, 2-5 and in sixth place in

out for,
the conference.
"All you need to do is compare this year's team to
last year's team to see that Lou has done a tremen-
dous job," assessed Schembechler.
TREMENDOUS job or not, Holtz admits that he
just doesn't have the talent to be competitive,
especially on defense. Adding to Holtz's defensive
problems, the Gophers may have also lost their top
two offensive weapons.
Minnesota's brilliant freshman quarterback,
Rickey Foggie was injured two weeks ago against
MSU and missed the Illinois game. According to
Holtz, Foggie will not play against the Wolverines
and might be sidelined for the rest of the season.
"Foggie will play against us," promised Schem-
bechler.
AN OPTION quarterback, Foggie has been the only
one of three Gopher signal-callers to have success
moving the offense. A native of Laurens, South
Carolina, Foggie has completed 41 of 93 passes for 861
yards and nine touchdowns, while throwing only six
interceptions.
Foggies also leads the Gophers in rushing with 494
net yards and two touchdowns. He is averaging 4.4
yards per rush.
Tailback Tony Hunter is the other important

Jug-ular
Gopher who will miss the Michigan game due to an
injury. Hunter is second on the team in rushing with
308 yards and two scores.
OF COURSE, Schembechler is no stranger to key
injuries. This has been Michigan's worst year for in-
juries ever. In 1984 alone, the Wolverines have suf-
fered seven fractures.
"Right now we're a different team than we thought
we'd be at the beginning of the year," said Schem-
bechler alluding to the depletion of his roster.
Add to the list Russell Rein, who broke his non-
throwing thumb last week in practice. Schembechler
does not think Rein can come back this season. Also
gone for the season are wide receiver Steve Johnson
who tore a hamstring last week, and reserve tailback
Thomas Wilcher with a sprained ankle. Defensive
tackle Kevin Brooks suffered a hip pointer against
Purdue and his status is still uncertain.
As for the quarterback situation, "We're commit-
ted to (Chris) Zurbrugg for the rest of the year," said
Schembechler, who also noted that freshman Bob
Cernak is not ready to play. Should Schembechler
play Cernak, the freshman would sacrifice a year of
eligibility, which Michigan would like to avoid.
"Ah, we've got to beat Minnesota," said the
general.

SPORTS OF THE DAILY:

Sticker.
By JON HARTMAN
It was a fitting end to the 1984
Michigan field hockey season in which
the Wolverines scored only 14 goals in
rinning up their 1-13-5 record.
In 70 minutes of regulation and 20
more minutes of overtime, the stickers
could muster only nine shots on goal
and had to settle for a 0-0 tie with the 6-
a85 Boilermakers Sunday morning in
their final game of the year.
MICHIGAN had several oppor-
tunities to score, especially at the
opening of the second half, when Lisa
Schofield and Tracy Kotick combined
on two drives that nearly succeeded.
But Purdue kept the ball in the
Michigan end and had 10 penalty cor-
iers to Michigan's five.
The Wolverines could very easily
have lost the game if not for the fierce
and courageous play of their defense.
Jonnie Terry was outstanding in goal.
She only had to stop 14 shots, but nine of
them came in the second half when the
Michigan goal was under constant at-
tack.
The Michigan backs-Bridget Sickon,
Dorie McCubbrey, and Katrina War-
nrr-turned in an equally fine effort,
crowding the Boilermakers to prevent
them from penetrating their line.
BUT THE MICHIGAN offense
frustrated the few fans present with its
inability to score.
"After watching them (Purdue) in
practice, I thought we could beat
them," said coach Karen Collins after
the game. "This is the second time
we've tied them this year. I guess we're
just doomed not to beat them this
year."

stuck with tie in

This has been a disappointing season
for the stickers and the loss of
graduating seniors Maura Breuger,
Alison Johnson, Jamie Fry, Lisa
Schofield, and Terry will leave some
talented shoes to fill.
Lore 'em and leare 'em
Judging by its preseason performan-
ce this weekend, it might be a blessing
that the Michigan women's tennis
team's next match won't be until 1985.
The defending Big Ten champion In-
diana Hoosiers put on an exhibition in
flawless tennis at the Huron Valley
Tennis Club, coming away with an im-
pressive 9-0 whitewash over the
Wolverines. To their defense, the
Michigan players had only two exh-
ibition matches this fall while the
Hoosiers have been invincible recently,
rolling over their past 93 rivals.
There is no dire need to be pushing
the panic button just yet however. The
team will be practicing daily through
February when it takes off for the
warm climate of Florida to gear up for
the regular season.
The Wolverines are coming off an
impressive third-place conference
finish last season and return a strong
nucleus from that group, including fir-
st and second singles players Paula
Reichart and Tina Basile, respectively.
Freshman Leslie Mackey has been ex-
tremely impressive in practice and has
taken a stronghold on the third
singles spot.
It was a weekend to forget for the
tennis team. When the season commen-
ces in nearly six months hopefully this

match will be mere remembrance to
how far the team has progressed. As for
now it will only serve as an inspiration to
continue to make positive strides.
-STEVE HERZ
Grapplers lose grip
Call it a learning experience, if you
will. For when the Michigan wrestling
team returned home from Stillwater,
Oklahoma and the Hall of Fame
Classics last Sunday it understood why
Oklahoma and Oklahoma State are
traditionally the two powerhouses in
college wrestling.
And even though Michigan lost, 100-32.
and 107-56 to the Sooners and Cowboys
respectively, coach Dale Bahr was
'satisfied' with his team's showing.
IT WAS A successful weekend and its
should help us in the long run," Bahr
said. He added that, "It shows us what
we have to do to improve."
The Hall of Fame Classic, now in its
fifth year, was hosted by Oklahoma
State who was ranked second in the
nation last year. Michigan, Oklahoma,
and a Japanese All-Star Team were the
other teams that competed.
In the tournament, junior Kevin Hill
at 167 pounds was the only Wolverine
wrestler to go undefeated as he won and
tied in his two matches. Freshman John
Fisher, who wrestled at 126 pounds, lost
two tough matches, yet still was named
Michigan's outstanding wrestler by the

finale
referees. Fisher put on an impressive
showing against Cowboy John Smith,
considered to be among the top three
wrestlers in the country at that weight
class.
ONE BIG factor that contributed to
Michigan's adequate performance was
that OSU and Oklahoma used its
wrestlers at different weight classes
provided by the seven-pound allowance
which Michigan did not use to their own
advantage.
"We didn't feel it helpful to use the
seven pounds, especially this early in
the year when we're more concerned
with experience and getting our guys
into shape, rather than with wins and
losses," Bahr explained.
This fact explains why All-American
and last year's Big Ten Champion Joe
McFarland, who is moving up in weight
to 134 lbs. to make room for Fisher,
looked sluggish in losing two close
decisions.
"JOE WAS NOT quite on, and it was
probably because of the weight factor,
both his adding weight and the
Oklahoma team's dropping their guys
down," said Bahr.
Other wrestlers who impressed Bahr
included Will Waters (118), Ricky
Moore (142), Bill Elbin (190), and
heavy-weight Kirk Trust, who went 1-1
in the competition, and like McFarland,
is moving up in weight from 190 pounds.
--ADAM OCHLIS

Daily Photo by DAN HABIB'
Michigan fullback Eddie Garrett drops the opening drive, third-down pass in
front of Purdue linebacker Kevin Sumlin (44) last Saturday at West Lafayet-
te. The Boilermakers went on to punish the Wolverines, 31-29.

Michigan Football Statistics
TEAM Harbaugh......... 42 54 1.3
7ubu .. . .. 259 44 L R

Total First Downs .
Rushing .........
Passing .........
Penalty .........
Total Net Yards ...
Total Plays ......
Avg. Per Play ...
Avg. Per Game.
Net Rushing Yards
Total Attempts ..
Avg. Per Play ...
Avg. Per Game..
Net Passing Yards.
Att/Comp/Int ...
Avg. Per Att.....
Avg. Per Comp ..
Avg. Per Game..
Punt/Avg/Blk .....
Punt Rt/Yds/Avg..
KO Ret/Yds/Avg..
Int/Yds .........
Fumbles/Lost .....
Penalties/Yards ...
SCORING
Total Pts/Avg.,...
Touchdowns ...
Rushing.......
Passing.......
Other.........
PATs/Att .......
2 Pt. Conv/Att .....
Field Goals/Att ....
3rd Dn. Conv/Att ..
Success Pct........

'M'
165
87
71
7
2790
640
4.4
310.0
1559
436
3.5
173.2
1231
204/109/13
6.0
11.2
136.7
46/42.7/1
21/142/6.8
19/309/16.3
15/ 146
15/7
38/307

Opp
170
74
88
8
2983
607
4.9
331.0
1259
349
3.6
139.8
1724
258/155/15
6.6
11.1
191.5 .
42/40.0/0
13/178/13.7
22/287/13.0
13/156
17/10
49/380
148/16.4
18
6
1
14/17
1/1
8/13
61/135
45.1
2 3 4 TOT
40 44 46: 160
40 30 52: 148
264:25

S. Johnson........
Wilcher ...........
Logue .............
Rein ..............

L5
3
3
3

18
8
-2
-2

18.0
2.7
-.7
-.7

1
1

0
0
0
0
0
11
11

MICHIGAN........436
Opponents ......... 349

1559 3.5
1259 3.6

Passing

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

Att.
111
61
31
1

PC
60
32
17
0

Int
5
5
3
0

Yds
718
371
142
0

TD
3
4
1
0
8
6

MICHIGAN ......... 204 109 13 1231
Opponents...........258 155 15 1724
Receiving

GRIDDE PICKS"

Nelson............
Bean ..............
Morris..........
Rogers..........
Markray........
Garrett..........
Jokisch.........
White .............
G. Johnson ........
Kattus..........
S. Johnson ........
Logue ...........
Harbaugh.........
MICHIGAN .......
Opponents........

No
27
23
13
10
8
6
5
S
4
4
2

Yds
322
346
119
57
108
32
78
26
67
31
32
9
4

Avg.
11.9
15.0
9.2
5.7
13.5
5.3
15.6
5.2
16.8
7.8
16.0
9.0
4.0

TD
2
2
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
0

Although Griddes tabulations from
the West Coast are just now arriving,
the Daily Griddes Election Committee
has determined an official winner for
last week's Griddes. Pete "Sweet
Meat" Anderson reigns again for the
second time as Griddes Champ. "Sweet
Meat's" victory margin was not of the
magnitude originally anticipated, but
he did nudge out his closest opponents
by an inch or three.
1. Minnesota at MICHIGAN (pick score)
2. Ohio State at Northwestern
3. Illinois at Indiana
4. Michigan St. at iowa
5. Purdue at Wisconsin

6. Washington at So. California
7. Houston at Texas
8. Nebraska at Kansas
9. Florida St. at So. Carolina
10. Maryland at Miami, Fla.
11. Georgia at Florida
12. Army at Boston College
13. LSU at Alabama
14. SMU at Rice
15. TCU at Texas Tech
16. Missouri at Oklahoma St.
17. Wake Forest at Duke
18. Stanford at Arizona
19. William and Mary at Colgate
20. Minnesota Golden Showers at Daily
Libels

160/17.7
19
11
8
0
15/16
2/3
9/12
57/135
42.2

109 1231 11.2 8
155 1724 11.1 6

DEFENSE
Tackles Assists

Name

SCORE BY QUARTERS I
MICHIGAN................30
Opponents..................~26

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Time of Possession

275:35

INDIVIDUAL

I. Mallory...............
Anderson ..............
Brooks..................
Cochran ...................
Rivers ....................
Lyles-''. -'.................
Mike Hammerstein........
Scarcelli...................
M oeller ..................
Campbell .................
Hi s ----.......--........
S ncich .. ................
Rodgers ...................
Meredith...................
Heren .....................
DeFelice ... ................
Gant ......................

77
44
44
44
46
29
36
26
16
23
19
18
16
13
12
12
7
11

Total
118
71
61
58
53
51
48
38
34
29
29
22
21
20
16
15
12
12

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Rushing
Att. Yds
Rogers ............ 109 440
Morris ............ 88 405
White ............. 69 252
Perryman.......... 50 208
Garrett............43 134

Avg
4.0
4.6
3.7
4.2
3.1

TD
1
1
0
5
3

CCHA Scorecard

1-THE
UNIVERSITY
CLUB

EATERIES &
COMMONS

1. Michigan State ....
Illinois-Chicago ...
3. MICHIGAN .......
Lake Superior .....
Ferris State ........
Ohio State.......
Bowling Green ....
8. Western Michigan.
9. Miami..........

w
6
6
4
4
3
3
3
2
1

CCHA Overall
L Pts. W, L
2 12 6 2
2 12 6 2
2 8 4 4
4 8 4 6
3 6 4 4
5 6 3 5
5 6 3 5
4 4 3 5
5 2 2 6

THE
DNNER
CLUB

FRIDAY'S RESULTS
Ohio State 7, Bowling Green 3
Michigan State 8, Ferris State 2
Illinois-Chicago 11, Miami 5
Western Michigan 6, Lake Superior 3
UNH 7, MICHIGAN 4
SATURDAY'S RESULTS
Illinois-Chicago 6, Miami5
Ferris State 4, Michigan State 3 (OT)
Bowling Green 8. Ohio State 4
Lake Superior5,Western Michigan 2
UNH 9, MICHIGAN 4
COLLEGE HOCKEY COACHES POLL
PTS.
1. Minnesota (6-1-1) ..........................98
2. Michigan State (6-2).......................79
Boston University (4-2-1) ..................79
4. Michigan Tech (5-3).......... ........56
5. Boston College (5-1) .......................46
6. Minnesota-Duluth (4-3-1) ..................36
7. RPI (1-0) ..................................34
8. Colorado College (4-2) .....................28
9. Illinois-Chicago (6-2) ......................24
10. Northern Michigan (4-4)...............16

FRIDAY'S GAMES
Michigan State at MICHIGAN, 7:30p.m.
Miami at Lake Superior
Illinois-Chicago at Ferris State
Ohio State at Western Michigan
Bowling Green at Clarkston
SATURDAY'S GAMES
MICHIGAN at Michigan State
Miami at Lake Superior
Illinois-Chicago at Ferris State
Ohio State at Western Michigan
Bowling Green at Clarkston

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