The Michigan Doily - Monday, September 15, 1986- Page 12
The Michigan Daily -- Monday, September 15, 1986 - Page 12
SPOURTS OF THE DAILY
Linksters putting sputters; take 3rd
By JERRY MUTH
It wasn't a game of .Putt-Putt,
but it could have been for the
Michigan women's golf team this
weekend at Ferris State's Katke
"We had putting problems,"
moaned Wolverine head coach
Sue LeClair. "We had 39, 40, 44
putts...," she continued. "
(Today) and Tuesday we'll work
on putting and chipping."
DESPITE their putting woes,'
the Wolverines finished third in
the five-team Ferris State
tournament, 42 shots back of
tournament champ Michigan
State. Michigan trailed Bowling
Green, a team they beat by one
stroke in last weekend's
tournament at Minnesota, by 22
strokes. Ferris State and Illinois
State finished fourth and fifth,
Heavy rains and flooding at
Big Rapids forced the tournament
to be cut from three rounds to two.
But seniors Terri Mage, Jan
Idomir, and Missy Bauer didn't
let it rain on their parade. Mage
fired rounds of 83-80 to capture
eighth-place overall. Not far
back were teammates Idomir,
who carded rounds of 83-82, and
Bauer, who brought home 80-85, to
claim a tie for tenth overall.
JUNIOR walk-on Krista
Dunton chipped in nicely with
rounds of 85-86 on the par 74 Katke
course for the fourth best pair of
Michigan rounds. The
California native is "just getting
back into the game," according to
Weather conditions were so
bad at Big Rapids that "they had
12 inches of rain and lost a Tastee
Freeze into the river," the fifth
year coach explained.
At least the windmill didn't
Stckers take two
While the big news last
weekend in South Bend, Ind. was
a football game, the field hockey
team was making some noi.,e of
its own with wins over Southwest
Missouri State and Notre Dame.
On Friday Michigan defeated
Southwest Missouri State, 2-0.
Senior midfielder Jane Nixon
opened the scoring at 22:22 of the
first half with her first goal of the
season. Freshman forward Judy
Burinskas added another goal,
her third of the year, at 30:48 of the
same period on an assist by
MARYANN Bell and Gillian
Pieper combined on the shutout in
net, turning back the five shots
It was more of the same on
Saturday against Notre Dame.
The Wolverines ' offense
exploded for five goals and 30
shots on goal while Bell and
Pieper again combined for a
shutout, the team's fifth of the
Forward Lisa Murray notched
her second goal of the season at
$:33 of the first half to start the
offensive surge. Nixon struck
again at 32:40 to give Michigan a
2-0 halftime lead.
NIXON added her third goal of
the weekend at 15:15 of the second
half. Trisha Mondul and Robin
Ives rounded out scoring.
"(The Notre Dame game) was
the best game we played all
season," said head coach Karen
Collins. "Although Joan Taylor
didn't score, she dictated our
offense and set up most of our
The Wolverines are now 5-1.
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By SCOT G. M=LLER
Despite a subpar performance
on Saturday, the volleyball team,
like the football squad, earned
The Wolverines defeated
Western Illinois at the Eastern
Michigan Classic in five games
by scores of 15-5,12-15,15-3, 7-15,
and 15-5. Michigan had lost a
five-game match to Kentucky on
"I CAUGHT the last 12 minutes
of the Michigan football game,
and when I finished coaching our
match I felt the same emotions
that I felt when I finished
listening to the football.game,"
said first-year head coach Joyce
Davis. "I would say it wasn't one
of the greatest days in Michigan
athletic history, but..."
Last season Michigan couldn't
win when it played ugly. Against
Western Illinois, the Wolverines
proved they could.
First year players Carla
Hunter and Karen Marshall
envigorated the squad. Marshall
had a team leading 18 kills
Friday. The freshman also
served for 11 aces on the weekend.
Hunter, a sophomore walk-on,
stabilized the middle-hitter
position. She failed to make the
squad a year ago.
Now that the situation is almost
resolved, the real story
"So I'm to picl up the package
at the corner of Lenin and
Trotsky?... Okay. Goodbye." As
Daniloff placed the receiver
down, a bead of sweat appeared on
his brow. "What was this about?"
he thought. "A big story perhaps?"
It wasn't until about 5 p.m. that
the unsuspecting Daniloff was
"Thank you," blurted the
journalist, taking a box from the
dry-looking Soviet. Daniloff
moved away from the man and
once again took his seat at the
park bench. He carefully opened
the container. "What in the name
of God are these?" he thought to
himself, fumbling through the
Suddenly, three armed agents
appeared from the bush.
Daniloffs arms shot into the
air and the box carelessly dropped
onto the sidewalk.
The first agent picked up the
box and carefully studied its
"You rrrealize the
eemplications of this Meester
Daneeloff?" The latter was silent.
"Attempting to smuggle Soviet
predictions of Griddes picks is a
seerious offense. It is indeed too
bad, because the First Secretary
had such an eempressive
winning streak, isn't that right
The second agent chuckled.
"Vell, it looks like Raisa will no
longer be eating that famous
Peeeza Bob's no more. Vhat a pity,
Meester Daniloff, vhat a pity.
Take him away."
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2. Nebraska at Illinois
3. Navy at Indiana
4. Notre Dame at Michigan State
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6. Army at Northwestern
7. Colorado at Ohio State
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