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Around the Big Ten

USC at Illinois, 2 p.m.
The highly ranked Fighting Illini
will have their hands full with the
defending Rose Bowl Champion
Trojans. Illinois returns 15 of 22 star-
ters from last year's 7-4 team which
tied for second in the Big Ten. Only
NCAA probation prevented them

from participating in a postseason
bowl game last season.

N'Western at Duke, 7 p.m.

The probation expires at tne end of In Durham, N.C. the Wildcats of
this season, and the Illini are expected Northwestern will try to change their
to compete for a bowl berth. If that mild image by cooling the Blue Devils
were not enough incentive, then the of Duke. The 'Cats have lost 26 letter-
chance to show the nation what hap- men from last years' 2-9 squad which
pens when the Pacific 10 champion placed ninth in the conference. With
comes to the midwest should inspire only three defensive starters retur-
the team. ning from a team which yielded more
THE ILLINI will once again be led points than any other Big Ten squad,
by quarterback Jack Trudeau, con- it might be a long season ahead for
sidered by many to be a Heisman Northwestern. Yet the eight returning
Trophy candidate. Trudeau com- starters on offense have given head
pleted 65.3% of his passes last season, coach Dennis Green cause for op-
for 2,724 yards and 8 touchdowns. On timism. He has gone on record as
the receiving end of most of Trudeau's saying that his team should win at
completions should be senior David least four games.
Williams. Last season the fleet Northwestern's early season
receiver led the nation in receiving schedule could be just what the doctor
with 101 catches for 1,278 yards and 8 ordered. Duke is hardly a threatening
touchdowns. In addition to Trudeau opener. The Blue Devils have
and Williams, head coach Mike White struggled for victories in recent
will rely on six members of last years' years, and with the loss of All-
All Big Ten team. American quarterback Ben Bennett,
to the pros, wins will be much harder
to find. Having resided in the bottom
of the weaker Atlantic Coast Con-
Around the Big Ten was compiled by ference, the Blue Devils might help
Daily sportswriter Steve Greenbaum. Northwestern break in to the win

column early.
The Wildcats will be led by
sophomore quarterback Mike Green-
field, who has been given the nod over
senior Sandy Schwab. Greenfield
replaced Schwab, when the three year
starter was injured in the middle of
last season. Greenfield performed
admirably, completing 53.7% of his
passes for 733 yards. The youngster
led the Cats to a 31-28 victory over
Minnesota in Minneapolis. Schwab, on
the other hand returns for his final
season as the ninth leading passer in
Big Ten history.

The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 6, 1985-- Page 11
Intramural deadlines
(sign up at IM Building, 11 a.m. -4:30 p.m.)
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Tennls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..... Sept. 13
Tra ck ... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sept. 16
Cross Country . . .... . . ... . ... .. . ... .. . .. Sept. 23
Football . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ...... .Oct. 2, 3, 4
Table Tennis .............. Oct. 10
Racquetball .. .. . ... .. .. .. .. .. . ... . .... .Oct. 16
Innertube Waterpolo .................... Oct. 15
Team Racquetball ...................... Nov. 12
Wrestling ............ ,................... Dec. 3
Basketball . . . .. . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dec. 4, 5, 6
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Williams
... threatening again

SPORTS OF THE DAILY:
Alexander blanks Twins, 7-0

Green
..will take anything

TORONTO (AP) - Doyle Alexan-
der pitched a two-hitter and Lloyd.
Moseby homered and drove in three
tons last night to lead the Toronto
Blue Jays over the Minnesota Twins 7-
0.
The Blue Jays entered the game
leading the American League East by
2'% games over New York. The
Yankees played host to Oakland.
ALEXANDER, 14-8, pitched his fir-
s shutout of the season, striking out
five and walking one. The right-
der, who turned 35 on Wednesday,
owed just a double to Kent Hrbek in
the fourth inning and a single by Greg
Gagne in the sixth.
GMoseby, who hit a sacrifice fly in
the second inning, hit a full-count pit-
ch from Bert Blyleven, 13-14, for a two
run homer in the fourth that gave
Toronto a 6-0 lead. It was Moseby's
*ith home run of the season.
iFhe Blue Jays took a 3-0 lead in the
flust when they sent eight batters to
the plate. After Damaso Garcia
opened with a single and moved to
third on a double by Moseby, Rance
Mulliniks doubled home both runners.
An error by third baseman Gary
V3aetti and a single by Willie Upshaw
loaded the bases, and Ernie Whitt's
RBI groundout made it 3-0.
Willie Upshaw hit his 14th homer in
the fifth, a solo shot that made it 7-0.
Red Sox 13, Indians 6
S"$OSTON (AP) - Dwight Evans hit
two solo homers and he, Mike Easler
and Jim Rice drove in three runs each
as the Boston Red Sox ripped the
Cleveland Indians 13-6 in the opener of
I doubleheader last night.
Dennis "Oil Can" Boyd, 12-11, fell.
behind 2-0 after Cleveland's first three
'utters but went eight innings for his
first victory in his last 10 starts.
%THE RED Sox tied the game when
their first two batters, Evans and
Wade Boggs, homered. They then ex-
p)wded for four runs in each the third
and fourth innings to surge into a 10-3
lead.
4 lenn Hoffman started the third off
Smrter Neal Heaton, 8-15, with a
smpjle, took second on a walk to Boggs
abo scored the go-ahead run on Rice's
*double. An intentional walk to Tony
A rmas loaded the bases.
Easler, who had two grand slams in
his previous four games, nearly had
ather with a shot to left field.
Boston Manager John McNamara
argued that it had cleared the wall
and then bounced back on the field.
But the umpires ruled it was a bases-
clearing double.
~BROOK JACOBY doubled and
cored on Mike Hargrove 's single to
ut the lead to 6-3 in the top of the four-
Royals 4, Brewers 1
KANSAS CITY (AP) - Omar
Moreno, who was out of baseball three
days ago, hit an inside-the-park home
nan in the first inning and then lined a
two-run triple that caped a three- run
eighth last night and led the Kansas
'ity Royals over the Milwaukee
rewers 4-1.
The victory pulled Kansas City
vkthin one game of idle California in
tfib American League West.
"MORENO, SIGNED as a free-agent
after being released by the New York
Yankees, lashed a line drive down the
left-field line leading off the Kansas
City first that eluded left fielder Ed
Romero and went for an inside-the-
pii-k homer.
Charlie Leibrandt, dueling Moose
Aaffaa mud the run hnl un until the

three-run homer and Willie McGee
collected three hits last night as the
St. Louis Cardinals cruised past the
Chicago Cubs 6-1.
The victory boosted St. Louis' lead
in the National League East to 11/2
games over idle New York. The Car-
dinals have won 11 of their last 15
games.
COX, 15-8, surrendered a first-in-
ning run and then blanked the Cubs
the rest of the way. He finished with

five strikeouts and one walk.
Chicago scored in the first inning,
when Shawon Dunston doubled, stole
third and scored on a sacrifice fly by
Ryne Sandberg.
Cox retired 16 straight batters after
Dunston's hit. Bob Dernier broke the
string with a sixth-inning triple in
which he was thrown out at the plate
trying for an inside-the-park home
run. Cox then retired eight straight
batters before walking Dernier.

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