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Page 8- The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, November 6, 1985

cAnnouncing Martys
ELEVENTH ANNUAL
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Snap
Judgements
By BR
ODDS AND ENDS...
" Everyone ranted and raved about how good
Michigan's three nonconference opponents
were this season, but each has managed to fall
firmly on its rear end after being ranked in all
early season Top 20's. Notre Dame's plunge to
a 4-3 record is well documented, but South
Carolina has also slipped to a 5-3 mark (in-
cluding a 42-7 pasting by a mediocre Pitt
team), and Maryland, while undefeated since
playing the Wolverines, has struggled against
several patsies in compiling a 6-2 record.
" Two weeks ago against Indiana, Jamie
Morris ran for 179 yards in Michigan's 42-15
win, but he also fumbled on the three-yard line
to set up the Hoosiers only touchdown. So which
play does Bo comment on? You guessed it.
"You guys (the media) tell Jamie when you see
him, that of all the plays out there today, the
only one I remember is the fumble."
* Lou Holtz, Minnesota Golden Gophers
coach and resident funnyman in the Big Ten on
Bo Scembechler:
"Bo gets no respect from the media. If he
went out and walked on water, the headlines
the next day would read, 'Bo Can't Swim."'
" Michigan has faced some players with truly
outrageous names this season, including
African Nigerian Grant of Illinois, Azizuddin
Abdur-Ra'oof (Ziz to his friends) of Maryland,
brothers Hiawatha and D'Juan Francisco of
Notre Dame, and South Carolina takes top
honors with three great ones - Zip Zanders,

Hawkeyes feel heat .. .
... No. 1 Gators unworthy

AD MORGAN
Gleen Peacock and Shed Diggs. Also, lets not
forget Michigan's own Olatide Ogunfitidimi,
maybe the best of the bunch.
" As fantastic as Michigan's defense has
been, it has a ways to go to break Illinois'
fewest points allowed record of 3.8 points per
game set in 1950. The Wolverines are currently
holding conference foes to 7.2 points per game.
* Assault on the Record Books, Part I:
Michigan State's fantastic tailback Lorenzo
White is on the verge of breaking several Big
Ten rushing records. With three games to play,
White needs 517 yards to break Keith Byars'
season record of 1,328 yards set in 1984, 62 at-
tempts to break Byars' mark of 253, also set in
1984, and is averaging 162 yards per game, just
shy of the record of 167.3 that Michigan's Bill
Daley set in 1943. The scariest thing about those
records is that White will only play eight
games, while Byars set his in nine.
* Iowa head coach Hayden Fry is proving to
be a true hypocrite. Fry thought that it was
great when Iowa fans made so much noise and
disrupted Michigan on offense three weeks ago,
even going so far as to say that it was clear
quarterback Jim Harbaugh could hear fine and
that he was just trying to audibilize. When the
Hawkeyes had the same problem at Ohio State
this past weekend, however, Fry whined that
his team couldn't hear the signals and said that
"you don't know how close I came to taking my
team off the field." Seems like good ole'boy
Fry wants a double standard to exist, but then

what do you expect from a guy who repeatedly
wears sunglasses in the rain.
- Assault on the Record Books, Part II: Rodney
Carter of Purdue has 55 catches in Big Ten play
so far this season, 30 short of David Williams
record of 85 set last season. Again, Carter will
have one less game than Williams because of
the Big Ten schedule that drops one conference
team from each schedule and adds a noncon-
ference foe. Who did Michigan drop? Why those
tough Northwestern Wildcats, who always
posed such a problem for Michigan. There is no
justice.
- What a joke. Florida is number one in this
week's AP poll, while the Gators are unranked
in UPI. Why? Because UPI rightly chooses to
keep out teams that cheat to build a winning
program. Sure Florida has a great football
team this year, but who cares if they are the
best team money can buy, as the saying goes?
No way should any team on probation appear in
the polls since it gives them the national ex-
posure they don't deserve.
- You heard it here first: Iowa will lose
again. The Hawkeyes are the worst choke team
in the Big Ten, having done so twice in the past
few years. With tough games yet to play again-
st Illinois, Minnesota and Purdue, the
Hawkeyes will feel their shirts tighten around
their necks one more time, most likely against
the Golden Gophers, who play tough at home
and gave Ohio State all they could want and
more before losing in the closing minutes.

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By DARREN JASEY
Despite wasting a 14-10 lead to Cen-
tral Michigan in the fourth game of
last night's volleyball match at the
CCRB, Michigan regained its com-
posure in time to win the match with, a
15-11 score in game five.
It was an exciting match, to say the
least. The fourth game's last seven

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points-six of which were scored by
Central-were mixed within a mass of
12 sideouts. Michigan did have its
chances to win it then. But poor ser-
vices and tentative play did Michigan
in according to coach Barb Canning.
"WE REALLY thought we had all
of the momentum going into the fifth
game," said Central Michigan coach
Marcy Weston.
The Wolverines didn't buckle
though. They wrapped up game five
with the help of six kills by Andrea
Williams and three by Jayne Hick-
man. Williams led the Wolverines
with 23 kills and 20 assists in the mat-
ch.
"The sets were really good today,

and Lisa played a good game," said
Williams.
THE WOLVERINES, as a whole,
played good-perhaps their best per-
formance of the season. "It was our
strongest emotional effort all year,"
said Canning.
"A lot of people, especially the
seniors, wanted to beat Central. They
had a lot of friends on the other
team," added Hickman.
Michigan came out smoking in
game one, stomping all over the Chip-
pewas 15-3. "The first game is what
killed us," said Weston. She also ad-
ded that her team has a knack for
losing to a team that they have
previously beaten. The Chippewas

IN DEMAND.

beat Michigan last October in Mount
Pleasant.
Central Michigan rebounded to win
game two 15-11. Angie Henderson led
the Chippewas with five kills in that
game. She also terrorized the
Wolverines throughout this match-15
kills and six solo blocks. Lori Swanson
led the Chipppewas with 16 kills
overall.
MICHIGAN once again played
strong in game three. Led by the
hustle of Lisa Vahi they outscorgd
Central 15-10, to set up the dramatic
finish.
"The caliber of play has improved
over the last few weeks," said Can
ning about her team's vast iM-
provement.'After a split against Min-
nesota and Wisconsin last weekend,
the Wolverines have finally started to
put together some victories. Weston
was also impressed with the Michigan
team. "They don't have a lot of wins
but they are a good team," he said.

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Total Offense
Plays YdsAvg T

Purdue ............ 362 2409 7
Iowa-..............341 211 6
Illinois............. 391 2033 5
Minnesota.......... 362 2026 6
OSU............... 337 1939 6
MICHIGAN ........327 1806 6
MSU .............. 361 1742 5
Indiana ...........362 1664 5
Wisconsin.......... 323 1470 5
N'Western......... 342 1224 4
Scoring Offense
G Pts TDs
0U..................... 5 162 20
Minnesota ............... 5 133 15
Iowa................... 5 132 16
Purdue ................. 5 127 16
Illinois .................. 5 126 15
MICHIGAN..............5 119 14
MSU ..................-5 107 14
Wisconsin.............5 89 10
Indiana ................ 5 75 9
N'Western..............5 51 6
Total Defense
Plays YdsAvg'T
MICHIGAN ........322 1320 4
Minnesota.......... 332 1581 5 1
Iowa .............. 349 1726 5
Wisconsin..........361 1777 5
Illinois............. 337 1804 5 1
Purdue ............ 375 1940 5 1
OSU............... 380 1957 5 1
MSU .............. 352 2017 6 1
N'Western......... 329 2151 7 1
Indiana............ 371 2159 6 1

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Howard, Indiana...............94 464 5 2
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