Saturday, Sept. 28
Michigan Stadium, 1 p.m.
vs. Eastern Michigan
Today, 7:30 p.m.
The Michigan Daily
Monday, September 23, 1985
'Frustrated stickers seek a win
By DAVE ARETHA
Frustration with a capital FRUS.
When a coach and her team get
psyched for their upcoming season,
outshoot and outplay their opponents
in three of their first four games and
start with an 0-4 record, they're
frustrated - even more so than last
year when they were 1-13-5.
"THIS IS the most frustrating,
definitely," said Michigan field
", ockey coach Karen Collins, whose
Jam was shutout by Kent State
Friday, 2-0, and by Davis and Elkins
"I feel Davis and Elkins was a bet-
ter team than we were," said Collins,
"but that was probably the first team
that we played that was better. The
other three games I really felt we
should have won.'.
The Wolverines outshot their
oponents in their first three games
and actually managed an 18-2 advan-
tage in the second half against Kent
State. Still, they have scored only one
goal, causing Collins to alter her of-
"I added an extra forward on the
forward line on Saturday, hoping that
would give us more punch," Collins
said. "We sustained the attack a little
longer and came a little bit closer."
Collins said the scoring problem
may be psychological. "The players
are trying so hard that it's almost to
the point where they're tryng too
hard," she said. "They have
everything it takes physically, but it's
just the matter of gaining that mental
To add injury to insult, midielders
Jane Nixon and Debbie Devine were
knocked out of action Saturday with
leg injuries. Neither are expected to
play tonight, as the Wolverines host
Eastern Michigan at 7 p.m. On Ferry
Field's artificial turf.
The Wolverines will play at Toledo
Wednesday before returning to Ann
Arbor next Sunday to take on rival
Michigan State. Michigan then
travels to Columbus, Ohio for three
contests against Lock Haven, Iowa,
and Ohio State's Buckeyes.
SPOR TS OF THE DAILY:
. Linksters ninth in Northern Invitational
By PETE STEINERT
The women's golf team finished nin-
h in the fourth annual 15-team Lady
Northern Invitational played last
weekend at the University Golf Cour-
Considering the Wolverines placed
second to last in last year's Lady
Northern, coach Sue LeClair was
pleased with her club's performance.
"We did better than we've ever done
blefore," she said. "We improved
greatly over last year."
JUNIOR TERRI Mage described
the team's play as "some-what
average." "We were all a bit disap-
-pointed that we didn't play better,"
she said, "especially since we were
playing on our homne course."
"Generally, the scores here will
tend to be a little higher than in other
tournaments because this course is
longer and pretty tight," junior Jan
Michigan State's Lisa Marino did
not seem to have any difficulty ad-
justing to the course. Her five under
When Jim Sadler's Gridde Picks
were pulled from the green box on the
second floor of the Student
Publications Building, peals of
laughter came from the Griddes staff.
After a quick scan of Jim's picks, it
was discovered that he wrote "3" for
the tie-breaker, total points scored in
the Michigan game.
"What does he think the score will
be, 2-1?" laughed one staff member.
All week, we rooted for Jim to end
up tied for first, so his idiotic point
choice would cost him the Griddes
Needless to say, Jim tied for first.
Tim McDonnell, finished 18-2, the
same mark as Jim. Tim's victory
seemed assured, but then we looked at
his entry closely. He forgot to list total
points! Jim won, 3-0, proving that you
can't out-fool a fool.
This week's Griddes race harr-
mered home the importance of the tie-
breaker, but we feel it's necessary to
reiterate the facts about game 20. The
DAILY LIBELS are the Daily's IM
football team. Seeing as the LIBELS
have a 673-game winning streak, it
would be in your best interests to pick
Pick the winners in the 20 college
football games listed below, and drop
it, off before midnight Friday. The
winner receives his choice of a full-
tray Sicilian pizza or Chicago stuffed
pizza or whole submarine sandwich
from Pizza Express, located at
Dooley's and a Dooley's guest pass,
good for two. If Jim Sadler can win, so
1. Maryland at MICHIGAN
2. Iowa at Iowa State
3. Oklahoma at Minnesota
4.,Indiana at Missouri
5 Northern Illinois at Northwestern
6 6.Washington State at Ohio State
7. Notre Dame at Purdue
4. Western Michigan at Michigan State
J. Wisconsin at Wyoming
0. Pittsburgh at West Virginia
1. Miami (Fla.) vs. Boston College at
12. South Carolina at Georgia
13. Auburn at Tennessee
J4. Oregon at Nebraska
5. The Probation Bowl: SMU at TCU
6. UCLA at Washington
7.Oregon State at Grambling
18. Ball State at Toledo
19. Davidson at Newberry
20. Twerps at DAILY LIBELS
par 71 on Friday gave the Spartans
the first round lead.
MICHIGAN STATE lost its lead to
'Indiana in the second round, however,
and the Hoosiers went on to win the
tournament with a 954 total. Indiana's
Sarah DeKraay (237) and Tracy
Chapman (238) placed number two
and three respectively behind Marino
(234) in individual scoring.
The Hoosiers were followed by MSU
(976) and Ohio State (985).
"They are all big powerhouses,"
Michigan's total team score for the
three day tournament was 1,026.
Mage and junior Valerie Madill each
shot a 254 to top the lady linksters.
Mage shot the low round for the
Wolverines with an 82 yesterday.
With promising showing at the In-
vitational and last week at Ferris
State (Michigan finished second
among eight teams), the Wolverines
are optimistic about the rest of the
season. "I think we'll keep on ir -
proving," said coach LeClair.
There's an old proverb that says
you must walk before you run, and the
women's cross country team has
taken it to heart. Coming off less than
a month of practice, the team finished
a strong fourth out of 15 teams in what
Coach Sue Parks called "a very com-
petitive" Missouri Invitational.
All-American Sue Schroeder
finished second, and fellow senior
Cathy Schmidt finished in the top fif-
teen. Parks thought her first three
runners ran well, and was pleasantly
surprised by freshman Ava Udvadia
of Lansing who was one of the top five
Wolverines. While some of the other
runners did not run as well as Parks
would have liked, she said it was the
team's first meet, and there is still
time to improve.
"This meet was a chance to see just
where we are at, and what we need to
do," Parks said. "If some of the run-
ners who ran poorly do better, we can
challenge, and possibly beat out
Illinois for second in the conference."-
Last year's NCAA champion Wiscon-
sin still seems a shoo-in to walk away
with first. - CHRIS PARKER
Which way is up? Associated Press
Tom Flynn (41) and the rest of the Packers have lost direction in their
lives - for a day, anyway. The New York Jets totally upended Green
Bay, 24-3, yesterday, spearheaded by a Tony Paige (49) first-quarter
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