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Exhibition Hockey
Red Wings vs. Maple Leafs
Sunday, 7:30 p.m., $4
Yost Arena

SPORTS

Volleyball
vs. Illinois
Friday, 7 p.m.
IM Building

The Michigan Daily

Wednesday, September 24, 1986

Page 8

Spikers
ByDARRENJASEY "SH
Freshman outside hitter Karen flashes
Marshall delivered 15 kills and said T
an outstanding .323 attack Davis.
percentage to lead the volleyball gifted a
team to a 3-1 victory over "Rig]
Northwood Institute last night. of like
The win lifts the Wolverines' had bee
record to 5-3 heading into this (for No
weekend's Big Ten openers with had pr
Purdue and Illinois at the IM The
building. Division II Nort-hwood strong
dropped to 11-3. Heathe

stop
E (MARSHALL) showed
of brilliance tonight,"
Michigan coach Joyce
"She's one of the most
thletes on the team.
ht now, though, she's kind
a battering ram. If there
en a good right side blocker
orthwood) we would have
oblems."
Wolverines also received
performances from junior
er Olsen and sophomore

Northwood

Sophomore Marie-Ann Davidson, who contributed 11 kills and two blocks
to Michigan's attack, sets herself for a serve against Northwood Institute
last night at the IM Building.

Saturday, September 27 8pm, Power Center
Ann Arbor
Tickets available at the Michigan Union Ticket Office, all Ticket World Outlets,
Schoolkid's Records & Tapes, Herb David Guitar Studio
Charge by phone 763-TKTS

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