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Page 8 - The Michigan Doily - Wednesday, September 25, 1985



Nixon out with knee injury

stuck in
tie bit closer." Said the score: No
change as the Wolverines lost their
fourth straight, 3-0.
Despite the frustration Collins
remains optimistic, and the team is
looking forward to Sunday's opener of
the Big Ten season against Michigan
"If we keep rolling and we keep
gaining, we should be ready for the
Big Ten," Collins said.
Today's game at Toledo should give
some indication of whether the
Wolverines can gain in any category
other than shots.



Junior forward Jill Rudman races downfield during a scrimmage against Ohio
University earlier this season.

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Special to the Daily
The Michigan volleyball team stop-
ped more than a few hearts last night
in a dramatic comeback effort again-
st Northwood Institute.
Down two games to one, the
Wolverines began to show their teeth.
Led by Andrea Williams and team
captain Lisa Vahi, Michigan captured
the last two games 15-9, 15-12. The fir-
st three games went 6-15, 15-8 and 14-
WILLIAMS' .258 hitting percentage
ignited the Wolverine rally. Vahi and
Williams also contributed 14 kills and
five servicesaces apiece as the spikers
raised their record to 8-3. Meanwhile,
Northwood Institute's record slipped

Looking at the five games so far,
one could say that the Michigan field
hockey team should be 4-1.
Instead, the Wolverines are looking
for their first season win against
Toledo in Toledo, Oh. today.
AND AS it crosses the nearby state
line, Michigan can hang most of its
troubles on a line of its own - the
front line.
The inexperienced frontline in-
cludes two freshmen, Sarah Clark and
Diane Pentaleri. Both are very good,
but at the same time they are very
inexperienced. "Patience is the key,"
said Michigan coach Karen Collins.
Another reason for the Wolveirines'
04-1 record is their inability to score.
The Wolverines are taking plenty of
good shots, actually out-shooting their
opponents in four of five games, but
have scored just once. They apply
constantpressure on the other team's
goalie, but according to Collins, they
don't have the composure yet.
"THEY GET tentative in front of
the goal," she said.
To make matters worse, starter Jane
to 10-5.
Michigan coach Barb Canning
credited Northwood for the heated
battle. "We got off to a slow start.
They have heighth and strength at the
net and their domination at the net
forced us into a lot of hitting errors."
The Wolverines had three times as
many errors as Northwood.
The spikers next match is their Big
Ten Opener Friday against Indiana.
Yanks, 9-1
NEW YORK (AP) - Phil Niekro
failed in his third bid to win his 300th
game last night, as John Grubb
homered and drove in five runs and
Lance Parrish added a two-run shot to
power the Detroit Tigers to a 9-1 vic-
tory over the New York Yankees.
Niekro, trying to become the 18th
pitcher in major-league history to win
300 games, did not survive the fifth in-
ning. He left after Parrish's home run
gave the Tigers an 8-0 lead with no
outs in the fifth.
The loss also further dented New
York's chances of over-taking Toron-
to in theAmerican League East. The
first-place Blue Jays beat Boston 6-2
and extended their lead to seven
games while lowering their magic
number to just six.
Winner Frank Tanana, 10-14, pit-
ched a five-hitter for seven innings for
the victory. Randy O'Neal gave up the
Yankees' only run in the eighth on
Don Mattingly's 30th homer.
Toronto 6, Boston 2
TORONTO (AP) - Dennis Lamp
pitched 4 2/3 innings of shutout reief to
improve his record to 11-0, and the
Toronto Blue Jays scored two runs on
wild throws to the plate to beat the
Boston Red Sox 6-2 last night.
The victory, combined with New
York's 9-1 loss to Detroit, gave the
Blue Jays a seven-game lead over the
Yankees and lowered the Toronto's
magic number to six.
Lamp, who relieved rookie left-
hander Steve Davis with one out and
the bases loaded in the fourth, got
Jackie Gutierrez to ground into a
double play to end the threat and keep
the game tied 2-2. Lamp, who gave up
three hits, gave way to Bill Caudill in
the ninth.

Nixon was iniured inthe game against
Davis and Elkins on Saturday. The
junior midfielder will miss the entire
season, after being operated on
Nixon's injury was diagnosed as a
partial tear of the cruciate ligament
in her right knee. She will wear a cast
for six weeks.
TO READJUST to this develop-
ment, on Monday Collins inserted
sophomore Andrea Kuebbeler in on
defense, and moved Katrina Warner,
normally a back, to midfield.
Said Collins "'Katrina did a real
nice job, she filled the slot well."
But Michigan still could not fill the
cage. The realigned Wolverines again
dominated their opponents, out-
shooting them, 33-9, but could gain
only a scoreless tie with
Eastern Michigan. This was also a
game in which they had 14 penalty
corners, as compared with the
Hurons' four.
MONDAY'S was not the first inef-
fective lineup change for the
Wolverines. After three losses Collin-
sdecided that something had to be
done about the offense, and fast. So an
extra forward was added to the front
line on Saturday against Davis and
Said Collins: "We sustained the at-
tack a little longer and came out a lit-

Michigan's 34-3 thrashing of South
Carolina has vaulted the team into the
12th spot in this week's Associated
Press college football poll. The
Wolverines second consecutive vic-
tory earned them 200 votes and gar-
nered one first-place vote.
Michigan is ranked 9th in the UPI
poll and 11th by both ESPN and USA
Today. The Wolverines will be playing
their third straight Top Twenty
opponent this weekend when they host
Maryland, which also received a first-
place vote. The Terrapins are ranked
17th in this week's AP poll with a
record of 2-1. Maryland, coming off a
28-0 demolition of
West Virginia, is a 1% point underdog
to the Wolverines.

AP Top Twenty


...out for season

1. Auburn (26)........2-0-0
2. Oklahoma (21) .... 0-0-0
3. Iowa (5) ........... 2-0-0
4. Florida State.......3-0-0
5. Ohio State ........2-0-0
6.SMU (3)...........1-0-0
7. Oklahoma State ... 2-0-0
8. LSU ............... 2-0-0
9. Penn State.......3-0-0
10. Arkansas........2-0-0
11. Florida ........... 1-0-1
12. MICHIGAN (1)...2-0-0
13. UCLA.............2-0-1
14. Brigham Young ... 3-1-0
15. Alabama .........3-0-0
16. Nebraska........1-1-0
17. Maryland (1)..... 2-1-0
18. USC............1-1-0
19. Air Force........3-0-0
20. Virginia ..........2-0-0






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Andre "the Hawk" Dawson helped the Montreal Expos soar over the Chicago Cubs as he clubbed two home runs in the
first inning of yesterday's game. Dawson added a third home run later to lead the Expos to a 17-15 victory at Wrigley
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CHICAGO (AP) - Andre Dawson
hit three home runs, including two in a
12-run fifth inning, and drove in a club
record-tying eight runs yesterday as
the Montreal Expos held on to beat the
Cubs 17-15 in a game that saw the two
clubs hit eight home runs and get 37
Dawson's three homers gave him 21
on the season and seven in his last five
games, and the eight RBI equalled a
club mark set by Chris Speier.
TIM WALLACH and Sal Butera also
homered for the Expos. Jody Davis,
Mickey Hatcher and Gary Matthews
homered for Chicago. The Cubs had a
season-high 20 hits in the game, and
the Expos had 17.
Bryn Smith, 17-5, gave up two
unearned runs on Davis' in the fourth
inning. He allowed five hits in six in-
nings. Jeff Reardon got the final out of
the game, stemming a five-run
Chicago ninth inning, for his 36th
save. The Cubs had also scored four

runs in the eighth.
Cubs starter Ray Fontenot, 6-10,
was the victim of Dawson's 19th
homer, a two-run shot in the first in-
ning. After the Expos made it 3-0 in
the second on Mitch Webster's RBI
single, Davis gave the Cubs their two
runs on his 15th homer following an
error by shortstop Hubie Brooks.
DAWSON'S second homer of the
game was a three-run shot that star-
ted the Expos' big inning. Butera also
drove in two runs with a bases-loaded
single, Webster hit a two-run double,
Dawson hit another three-run homer
and Wallach hit a two-run homer in
the inning.
The Cubs scored a run in the
sixth, and Hatcher homered in
Chicago's three-run seventh, making
the score 15-6.
The Expos got two more runs in the
eighth on Butera's two-run homer,
and the Cubs scored four more in the
bottom of the inning on Hatcher's RBI


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single and a three-run pinch homer by
The Cubs came back with five more
in the bottom of the ninth on Ron Cev's
two-run pinch single, Speier's RBI
single and a two-run double by Leon
Mets 7, Phillies 1
hander Sid Fernandez pitched a two
hitter as the New York Mets beat the
Philadelphia Phillies 7-1 yesterday
night in their attempt to gain ground
on frontrunning St. Louis in the
National League East.
The Mets went into the game three
back of the Cardinals, who played Pit-
tsburgh last night.
The only run against Fernandez
came on Luis Aguayo's one-out solo
homer in the eighth, his sixth of the
Throughout Monday's Pittsfield
County protest of U.S. aid to Central
America, protesters pondered the
whereabouts of Congressman Carl
At first, Purcell's District Coor-i
dinator Cynthia Hudgins maintained
that he was away in Washington.
But Hudgins revealed late in the af-
ternoon that Purcell was actually
here in Ann Arbor.
What he was doing here was obvious
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