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Page 8 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, September 23, 1986

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By DARREN JASEY
The Louisville Invitational
Champions have come home. The
Michigan volleyball squad,
which pawed and scratched its
way to victory after dropping its
first two games in Louisville, is
back home to face Northwood
Institute at the CCRB tonight.
The Wolverines defeated first-
seeded Louisville, Western
Illinois and Indiana State to
capture the championship and
raise their overall record to 4-3.
NORTHWOOD, which
doubles as an NAIA and a
Division II school, finished
second in the College of
Charleston Invitational Tourna-
ment over the weekend. Before
last night's game with Spring
Arbor, Northwood stood at 10-2.
Despite the tournament
championship, first-year

pikers
Wolverine coach Joyce Davis is
hoping that her young squad will
use the Northwood game as a
springboard before the Big Ten
season begins this weekend.
"We're going to have to play
much better if we're going to
contend in the Big Ten," said
Davis. "So far we've proven to be
the model of inconsistency that
youth and inexperience brings."
MICHIGAN'S Division I
status doesn't scare the small
Midland, Mich. school. In fact,
coach Jeff Williams and his
troops rather like the idea of
knocking of the big guy.
"Any time you can beat a
Division I school it's good for our
program," said Williams, who
coached Northwood to a near miss
last year at Michigan. "Michigan
is the epitomy of athletics and
education so it's a game we look

out to slam
foreward to." Michigan's Heather Olsen,
Davis is wary of the revenge after a spectacular tournament, is
factor that tilts in Northwood's leading the Wolverines with a
factor, but she feels Michigan is .225 attack percentage.
in top physical shape after the
grueling 21-game Louisville
Invitiational. Sike winLC Ien
TO BEAT Northwood,
Michigan will have to improve on
its poor blocking, especially with Coach Joyce Davis led her
outstanding outside hitter LeDesa Michigan woman's Volleyball
Schultz at the other end of the net. team into Louisville for the
The Northwood senior had 34 Cardinal Invitational tourna-
kills against Montacello and is ment, hoping for an inspired
averaging 4.4 kills per game. performance.
Sophomores Joan Frysinger She left Louisville feeling that
(middle hitter) and Jill she got it.
Kotelnicki (setter) have also been AFTER FAILING miserably
big contributors to the Northwood in their first two matches, the
attack. Frysinger complements women's volleyball team ended
Schultz with a healthy 2.7 kill per up winning three straight
game average and Kotelnicki matches to take home the tourney
quarterbacks the team with 8.9 championship.
assists per game. In their first two matches in

pool play, the women battled
teams from Indiana-Purdue
University and Western Illinois
to five games, before losing both
matches. This left the team
seeded last in the tournament at
the beginning of tournament
play.
Davis was disappointed in her
team's first two games, but felt
they would be stronger when the
single elimination tournament
began. "The team played at their
opponents' tempo, playing how the
other team wanted them to."
THE MICHIGAN resurgence
was led by Heather Olsen and
Clara Hunter. In the first round,
Michigan defeated host
Louisville in three games. This
win was followed by a rematch

with Western Illinois. The
Wolverines would need four
games to win.
In the championship match
against Indiana State, Olsen
emerged. Davis said Olsen was
"as good as she had ever seen
her." In the fourth and final
game of the championship match
Olsen had a .225 attack
percentage. She and Hunter, a
first year walkon, would finish
off the lady Sycamores.
The team now has a 4-3 record
going into this evening's game
with Northwood Institute.
-ADAM BENSON

Northwood

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Morris leads Tigers
over Be 2-1

."DETROIT (AP) - Detroit got
only three hits off Toronto's Jim
Clancy but Jack Morris tossed a
six hitter for his 19th victory and
the Tigers beat the Blue Jays 2-1
last night.
The loss by Toronto lowered
Boston's magic number for
winning the American League
East to three. The Red Sox were
idle yesterday.
CLANCY, 14-12, allowed two
hits and both runs in the first
inning. John Grubb doubled home
Alan Trammell and scored on a
single by Darnell Coles. Clancy
then set down 19 straight batters.

Clancy struck out four and
walked two in his fifth straight
loss.
Morris, 19-8, struck out five.
His only walk came after Ernie
Whitt's 15th home run in the
Toronto second.
In the Tigers' first, Trammell
reached on a grounder that forced
Lou Whitaker, who had walked.
He moved up on a passed ball and
a grounder, then scored on
Grubb's double to the left field
corner. After a walk to Darrell
Evans, Coles singled Grubb
home.

AP Top
Team
1. Oklahoma (55)
2. Miami, Fla. (1)
3. Alabama
4. Nebraska (1)
5. MICHIGAN
6. Washington (1)
7. Penn State (1)
8. Auburn
9. Arkansas
10. Arizona
11. Arizonas St.
12. So. California
13. Maryland
14. Texas A&M
15. Iowa
16. UCLA
17. Baylor
18. LSU
19. Michigan St.
20. Florida St.

Twenty
Record Pts.
2-0-0 1,175
3-0-0 1104
4-0-0 1020
2-0-0 84
2-0-0 946
2-0-0 903
2-0-0 878
2-0-0 722
2-0-0 639
3-0-0 583
2-0-0 544
2-0-0 356
3-0-0 321
1-1-0 312
2-0-0 307
1-1-0 304
2-1-0 297
1-1-0 186
1-1-0 148
1-1-1 108

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Daily Photo by DAN HABIB
Garland Rivers tackles Oregon State running back Carl Lane in Saturday's Wolverine victory. Rivers has
been one of the few bright spots on the Wolverine defense.
Michigan Football Stats

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GRIDDE PICKS
Newly appointed Chief Justice
William Rehnquist quickly-
made his presence on the Supreme,
Court felt in a decision rendered
yesterday.
Rehnquist used his political
savvy to gain four votes and then
cast the deciding vote in a 5-4
decision outlawing Griddes.
Said Rehnquist: "You have to
understand, Griddes is just tooo
fair. Anybody can win just by
picking the winners of 20 games
and the, total points for the
Michigan game.
"Hell, letting just anybody win
a free pizza from Pizza Bob's
would almost be as bad as letting
just anybody buy my summer
home in Greensboro.
Griddes supporters turned to
probable presidential candidate
Pat Robertson for support.
Robertson immediately appealed
to what he called "a higher
authority."
Robertson met with Rehnquist,
and Rehnquist was last quoted as
saying he would attempt to
temporarily reinstall Griddes
before this weekend's college
games.
Pending further judicial
decisions, here are this week's
games:
1. Florida State at MICHIGAN
(pick total points)
2. Western Michigan at Michigan
State
3. Utah at Ohio State
4. Purdue at Notre Dame
5. Texas-El Paso at Iowa
6. Indiana at Missouri
7. Pacific at Minnesota
8. Wyoming at Wisconsin
9. Northwestern at Princeton
10. Oklahoma at Miami, Fla.
I. E. Carolina at Penn State
12. Oregon at Nebraska
13. Wshington at USC
14. Baylor at Texas Tech
15. Tennessee at Auburn
16. Temple at Brigham Young
17. Florida at Mississippi State
18. Georgia at S. Carolina
19. Denison at Olivet
20. Defensive holes at DAILY
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THEIR FIRST TOUR OF AMERICA 1986
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27
8 PM, HILL AUDITORIUM
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Team Statistics
Mich. Opp.
Total First Downs............41 51
Rushing 16 15
Passing 24 31
Other 1 5
Total Net Yards...........753 775
Total Plays 133 152
Avg. Per Play 5.7 5.1
Avg. Per G ame SW7 388
Net Rushing Yards...... 316 173
Total Attempts 91 55
Avg. Per Play 3.5 3.1
Avg. Per game 158 86.5
Net Passing Yards......... 437 802
Att/C o mplnt..«....421301 97/1
Avg. Per At. 10.4 6.2
Avg. Per Comp 14.6 10.0
Avg. Per Game 218.5 301.0
Punts/AvgBlk ................. 6/38.3/0 3/31.3/0
Int.Yds.... ...........2/0 10
Fumbles1Lost.......----~.... 4/2 6/4
Penalties/Yds............... 13/100 17/118
3erd Down Conv/Att/Pet...-24/14/5& 330//15/50
Time of Possession....4.. 6447 5513
Scorefly Quarters 1 2 3 4 - T
Michigan 14 10 17 14 55
Oppoent 13 136 3 35

Name
Harbaugh
Zurbrugg

Passing
Att Com Int Yds Pet. TDI I
41 29 1 410 70.73S38
1 1 0 27 100 027

TEAM 42
013' 97

30 1 437 71.4 3 38
60 2 60~2 61.9 2 33

Receiving
Name GP No Yds Avg ID Lng
Holeaw 2 6 141 23.5 1 38.
Higgins 2 5 83 16.60 27
Morris 2 8 66 8.3 1 27
G.White 2 6 62 10.3 120
Jokisch 2 2 39 19.5 0 27
J. Brown 2 2 30 15.0 0 18
McMurtry 2 1 16 160 0 16
TEAM 2 30 437 14.5 3 38
OPP 2 60 602 10.0 233
Punting
Name No Yds Avg Lng
Robbins 6 230 38.3 68

All Purpose
Name Rush Rec. KR PR Tot Avg
Morris 217 66 45 0 328164
Kolesar 8 141 44 4 19798
Tackling
Name Solo Ass Tot Sacks
Moeller 22 6 28 1
Rivers 20 5 25 0
To. Schulte 11 5 16 0
Messner 10 3 13 1
Heren 10 1 11 0
Cant 9 3 12 0
McIntyre 9 2 11 0
Hicks 6 3 9 0
Arnold 6 1 7 0
Willingham 5 2 7 1
Folkertsma 5 2 7 1
Ti ehulte 5 2 7 0
Thibert 4 0 4 0
Mallory 4 1 5 0
Campbell 3 2 5 0
Harris 3 1. 4 0
Bostic 3 0 3 0
BWiaP 2 1 3 0
Grant 1 1 2 0.
White 0 1 1 0
The Champs *
Offensive Champion - Jamie Morris
Offensive Hustler-John Elliott
Defensive Champion - Dieter Heren
Defensive Hustler- Garland Rivers
Kic Team Champion - Pat Moons
Rookie Team Champion-Mike tTeeter
Scout Team Champion - Vinoe Washington
-Week ofSept. 15

Rushing

Name
Morris
G. White
Peaiyman
Harbaug
Kolesar

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GP AT YDS Avgi) Lug
2 43 217 5.0 2 35
2 16 55 3.4 1 11
2 14 40 2.9 0 5
2 13 23 1.8 1 22
2 2 8 4.0 0 11
2 91 316 3A 4 35
2 55 173 3.1 2 15

OwP 3
Total
Name GP
Harbaugh 2
Morris 2

94 31.3 47
Offense
Rush Pass Tot. Avg
23 410 433 2165
217 0 217 108.5

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RESIDENCE HALL A
Rumsey 12, Williams 4
Boys of Bush 14, Adams Family 3
Cellar Dwellers 12, Rumsey (B) 2
4th Reeves 6, S.O.M.F 3
Kelsey 7, Bad Boys of Burley 2
Tyler's 16, 6th Fisher 8
Gomberg Red A 9, 4th Hamilton 2
Wenley Wizards 7,4th Douglas 3
Michigan House, W.Q. 5, 4th Lewis 3
5th Ham 1/2 Nuts 7, 2nd Rotvig 3
.D. Carriers win by forfeit over 2nd Reeves
CO-REC COMPETITIVE
Great Expectations 10, Quad Lords 9
Hunt One 12, Fred's Follies 4
Singles win by forfeit over Kelsey
Group W I4, Blue Sox 8
Munch Busters11, Goof Bacs 9
Taylor Tyrants win by forfeit ov-Prescott
Chicago Sting 15, The Crowd 14
Taylor Togas win by a double forfeit overPrsesott A
B-Teamwin by forfeit over Rambles
Diablos4, Boogies 3
Heartbreakers 119, Hunt 11 3
I n mAr(r iflao t m

INDEPENDENT A
X-Men 9, Lords of Discipline 7
Banana Busters 14, The Soft Bals 4
Soul Dogs 7, Bill the Cat 6
Gurnees 5, Hot Side 3
Cherry Busters 8, Team Glock 2
Transformers 5, Vinsters 3
Super Bloopers 22, Tau Epsilon P 1
Dweebs 6, Who Cares 0
Yellow Things 13, Lizard Kings 6
Beef Sticks 19, Phi Kappa Tau 5
S. Main Merauders 6, After Wenley vets 5
Dubja's 6, Jacques Seeds 5
INDEPENDENTB
IOU won by forfeit over Polish Pizazz
Lite Beer Open 9, Motley Dishroom Crue1
Fred's Land Carps 7, Those Big Dudes 1
A.J.Wiffers won by forfeit over Fur Trappers
Guttersnipes.13, Bashers4
Superupers 17, Navy 0
Fuzzy Ducks 7, U-M Security 5
Team Norway won by forfeit over Zeta Psi B
FRATERNITY A
Sigma Phi Epsilon 10, Alpha Tau Omega 1
Triangle 9, Psi Upsilon 6

Chi Psi won by forfeit over lhi Kappa Psi
Phi Gamma Delta 35, Kappa Alpha Psi 2
Beta'Tbeta Pi3, Evans Scholars 2
Zeta Beta Tau6, Delta Tau Delta 0
Alpha Delta Phi 9, Delta Kappa Epsilon 8
Delta Sigma Phi 15, Lambda Chi Alpha 6
Alpha Epsilon Pi3, Theta Delta ChiO
Zeta Psi 22, Kappa Sigma 2
FRATERNITY B
Phi Delta Theta 20, Sigma Nu 5
Delta Tau Delta 3, Zeta Beta Tau 2
Psi Upsilon 16, Phi Delta Theta 3
Beta Theta Pi1, Chi Psi b
Theta Chill, Evans Scholars 3
Alpha Delta Phi 6, Phi Gamma Delta 5
GRAD/FACULTY/STAFF
Well Hung Jury 8, Lien Machine 4
Execs 10, The Worms 6
Tarheels 10, IPPS 1
Delta Sigma Delta 13, The Bench 2
Heartbreakers 27, The Domer 2
Bio Bats 20,Hot Waxers 17
Chavez Swim Team 14, In Hot Pursuit 9
Dictum Again 13, Mutton Head 8

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