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Harriers invade Canada

Around the Big Ten
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By GREG MOLZON
Sue Parks and her Michigan
women's cross country team will
travel north of the border on Saturday
for the Western Ontario Invitational.
The meet will be the Wolverines'
final step in preparing for the up-
coming Big Ten season. Last week,
they finished fourth at the Missouri
Invitational.
THE TEAM is looking to improve
on last year's fourth place finish in the
Canadian meet. Head coach Parks
said that while it will be tough to beat
out the Canadian all-star team that
will participate, she hopes that her
charges can outrun the other college
teams. The toughest competition
should come from Penn State, Kent
State and Western Ontario. Senior
runner Cathy Schmidt believes the
team can beat everyone but the all
stars. She said, "I dlon't think the
cornpetiton will be as tough as last
week. If we run as good as we did last
week, we could win it."
Parks, in her second year as coach,
views these first two meets as
preparation for the all important Bi2
Ten race where the Wolverines will
chase defending national champion
Wisconsin and conference runner up
Illinois. " I think we have an outside
chance to win," said Parks. "But
we're using this more as a tune up for
when we face the Big Ten teams next
week in Indiana."
The Wolverines want to be fully
prepared for their next two meets, the
Indiana Invitational and the Michigan

Thompson
..adds to 'M' attack

high in the Big Ten."
MICHIGAN IS blessed to have its
top runners, but- it will take a total
team effort for them to run cornpetit-
ively in the Big Ten. Kelli Bert
beleves the runners have the team to
reallyrclose, hsaid Bert "We have a
lot of depth."
The team will be in need of that dep-
th the next few weeks because Sch-
midt is out with a leg injury and will
definitely miss this Saturday's meet.
Parks is optimistic that Schmidt will
be back soon.
"WE'RE GOING to hold her out of
this week's meet in hopes that she'll
be able to come back strong against
the other Big Ten teams," she said.
Schmidt hopes to be back by next
week, although she doesn't feel com-
fortable running yet. Nonetheless, her
return will be a big boost for the
Wolverines. "If we get Cathy back, we
have the potential to beat Illinois,"
noted Parks.
-The harriers will have to keep on
improving every week in order to cat-
ch up to the best of the Big Ten and
they know they'll have an advantage
when it comes time for the Big Ten
Championships because they will be
held on Michigan's home course. As
Schmidt says, "If we have a good day,
we can beat Illinois. Everyone will
have to do really well."
If these early meets can properly
prepare the team, last year's third
cance to sprint by Illinois into second
and possibly come into the sight of
Wisconsin.

The Spartans, and freshman QB
Bobby McAllister, look to rebound
from 27-10 loss to Notre Dame last
week. The winless Broncos were
last thrashed by Army 48-6.
Washington State (1-3)
at Ohio State (2-0)
The fourth ranked Buckeyes,
despite the continued absence of
star running back Keith Byars, are
coming off 36-13 romp of Colorado.
The Cougars are led by all Pac-lO
quarterback Mark Rypien.

The undefea ted Badgers are
coming off 26-23 squeaker over
Nevada-Las Vegas. Wyoming, lead
by quarterback Scott Runyan, is
fresh off 31-8 romp over Fullerton
State.
Indiana (2-0) at
Missouri (0-2)
Quarterback Steve Bradley'
leads the Hoosiers, who are

Notre Dame (1-1)

at

Purdue (1-1)
Notre Dame, and running back
Allen Pinckett (116 yds.), are fresh
off a solid 27-10 victory over
Michigan State. Purdue is led by
quarterback Jim Everett and wide
receiver Steve Griffin.

reciveAdia Mcrd.
Northern Illinois (1-2)
at Northwestern (1-1)
Northern Illinois has freshman-
quarterback Marshall Taylor at
the helm. The Wildcats last action
was two weeks ago, when they
.defeated Missouri.'
Big Ten Roundup compiled by
Daily sportswriter Laim Flaher-

Invitational, when they will face six
BPlARKS KNOWS she cn rely on All-
American Sue Schroeder to be ready.
Schroeder came in second place last
weekend and has a chance to win the
Big Ten title this year.
After Schroeder, the team will look
for big contributions from Kelli Bert
and Melissa Thompson. Bert finished
15th last weekend and has been a
pleasant surprise for Parks. Thom-
pson, who didn't run cross country in
high school, has also brought a smile
to Park's face.
this year, said P arks. "She's pretty
inexperienced, but she had a good
summer of training and could place

Oklahoma

(0-0)

at

Minnesota (2-0)
The second ranked Sooners
finally begin a season of high ex-
pectations at the Hubert H. Hum-
phrey Metrodome Saturday. The
Gophers, led by quarterback
Rickey Foggie, are off to a fast
start.
Iowa (2-0) at Iowa
State (2-0)
The undefeated Hawkeyes (third
ranked) and Cyclones continue a
rivalry that began in 1894. Iowa
total defenewhile Iowa Stt isn
the heels of a 20-17 win over Van-
derbilt.

Ohio State's John Woolridge, who gained 119 yards last week filling in for
the injured Keith Byars, leads the Buckeyes against Washington State
tomorrow.

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GRIDDE PICKS
Swish! A 20-footer kissed the net.
The battle-worn features of Spencer
Haywood smiled broadly.
Newly-acquired Piston Rick
Mahorn swore as the 36-year-old
University of Detroit graduate kept
pouring it on.
Pistons coach Chuck Daly called the
two big men over, wondering how the
grizzled veteran could be outplaying
his younger teammate..
"What's wrong, Rick?" he asked.
"That old bleep can still p1 ay
coach! He's too good for me!"I
"What?"
"He can play Griddes, I mean."
So it was true. Spence had returned
from the middle-aged land of yoga
and real-estate development to star in
Ann Arbor's youthful pastime. His
comeback was complete.
We can't guarantee a professional
tryout or a cure for yogamania, but
the Griddes winner will receive a
Dooley's guest pass good for two plus
a Pizza Express full-tray Sicilian piz-
za, Chicago stuffed pizza or whole sub
sandwich. So dribble over .to 420
Maynard and start your comeback
today.
1. Maryland at MICHIGAN
(pick total points)
2. Iowa at Iowa State
3. Oklahoma at Minnesota
4. Indiana at Missouri
5. Northern Illinois at Northwestern
6. Washington State at Ohio State4
7. Notre Dame at Purdue
8. Western Michigan at Michigan State
9. Wisconsin at Wyoming
10. Pittsburgh at West Virginia
11. Miami (Fla.) vs. Boston College at
Foxboro, Mass.
12. South Carolina at Georgia
13. Auburn at Tennessee
14. Oregon at Nebraska
15. The Probation Bowl: SMU at TCU
16. UCLA at Washington
17. Oregon State at Grambling
18. Ball State at Toledo
19. Davidson at Newberry
20. Twerps at DAILY LIBELS

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Delta Tau Delta 13, Sigma Nu 3
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Hummers 18, Stroli's Boys 3
Independent B'
The Crue 12, VIolets varments 6
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Motley Dishroom Crew 3, Tuna Melt 1112
Not for Hfre 15, Navy 13
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Ball Wangers 6, C.H. Blasts
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Alcoholics 13, Apeppasses 8
Pinheads 9, Bashers 18
Green Bombs 18, Turkeys 2 . . - A

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