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The Michigan Daily - Monday, September 29, 1986 -/Page 10

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By ALLEN GELDERLOOS
A tornado warning delayed the
start of the Illinois-Michigan
women's volleyball match by 20
minutes on Friday night.
However, when play finally
began, the Wolverines were
blown out of the IM Building by
the nationally ranked llini, 15-6,
15-3, and 15-8.
Michigan didn't fair much
better the following night as
Purdue, another nationally
ranked team, downed the home
team, 15-13,9-15,15-12, and 15-11.
The Wolverines, now 5-5 and
0-2 in the Big Ten, had a rough
time against Illinois as both
teams kicked off their Big Ten
seasons.
"We did not execute our game
plan in the beginning of the
match and then we lost our
concentration," said head coach
Joyce Davis.
The Illini were led by
sophomore standout Mary Eggers
who contributed a match-high 18

eams
kills and three serving aces.
Also assisting in the dominating
attack was co-captain and All-
Big Ten performer Disa Johnson.
The defeat could have been
worse for the Wolverines since
Illinois was coming off a
grueling match against Western
Michigan the previous night.
"It's hard to get up on the road,.
especially after last night's
match," said Johnson.
There were a few bright spots
for Michigan.
"We got good play out of our
middles (Jayne Hickman, Carla
Hunter, and Debi Bailey)," said
Davis, "but not good enough.".
Saturday night against the
Boilermakers Michigan finally
started executing its game plan
and gained some momentum
near the end of the first game.
This momentum carried over
into the second game, which
Michigan won 15-9.
"If we could have played the
way we played in game two the

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whole match, we could have won,"
said co-captain Lisa Vahi.
Purdue made some critical
serving errors in game four but
Michigan couldn't capitalize.
"They gave us opportunities, but
we didn't take advantage of
them," Davis said.
Senior co-captain Hickman

had a good defensive game,
leading both teams with 16 digs.
Davis said that her team is
improving but still has much
work to do.
"We have to start taking
control. This weekend showed us
that we can do it, we just have to be
more consistent."

By SCOTTG. MILLER
The Red Wings and Maple
Leafs resembled displaced
tourists in London in a fog-filled
NHL exhibition game last night
in Yost Ice Arena. Detroit and
Toronto battled to a 4-4 overtime
tie in a sloppily-played and fight-
marred contest.
Red Wing defenseman
Darren Veitch. assisted by Doug
Shedden, sent the game into the
extra period with a power-play
goal with 2:29 remaining. The
man advantage came courtesy of
Maple Leaf Bill Root's illegal
stick.
Toronto tried desperately to
win it in regulation, but Detroit
goalie Greg Stefan made two stops
on excellent Tom Fergus scoring
bids. Fergus from the wing led a
three-on-two break with ten
seconds left, but Stefan held the
short side and deflected Fergus's
drive wide.
Neither team mounted an
overtime scoring threat.
A power-play goal by Maple
Leaf Todd Gill at 1:53 of the third
period broke a 2-2 deadlock. The
number-one pick in the1985 draft,
Wendel Clark, then -added to the
Toronto lead with a poke from the
slot.
Detroit narrowed the score with

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a Jeff Sharples goal before
Red Wing head coach Jaques
Demers asked that Root's stick be
checked.
The teams traded goals in the
first two periods. Detroit's Gerard
Gallant and Toronto's Root
notched second period tallies.
Leaf Steve Thomas opened the
scoring in the first at 3:08.
Detroit, on a Shedden goal, tied it
before intermission.
Fog and fights caused repeated
stoppages in play. Referee Kerry.
Fraser whistled 50 penalties for
177 total minutes.
Joe Murphy, the number-one
pick in last year's draft, left the
game in the third period after
participating in his second fight
of the evening. Murphy received.
a ten-minute misconduct and two
other five-minute penalties for
his altercation with Russ
Courtnall. The former Spartan
earlier battled with Jeff Jackson.
Murphy notched one assist on the
evening.
Detroit is now 1-2-2 on the
preseason and again figures to
battle Toronto for the final playoff
spot in the Norris Division.

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ALL
TCHAIKOVSKY
University Symphony Orchestra
GUSTAV MEIER, Conductor
Tuesday, September 30
8:00 p.m. Hill Aud.
FREE
* 1812 Overture
* Variations on a Rococo Theme
Jeffrey Solow, cello
* Symphony No. 4

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After two straight early-season
victories, student fans already
were looking for a new way to
increase their fun during football
Saturdays.
"Gee," said an innocent-
looking Michigan fan during
Saturday's game. "Our offense is
so good, what with Heisman-
trophy candidates Jim Harbaugh
and Jamie Morris leading the
way.
"And what a receiving corps -
Jokisch, Kolesar, McMurtry and
Higgins. I could go on and on.
"It kind of makes me feel sorry
for the other team. I think I'll try

Daily Photo by JOHN MUNSON
a serve as teammate Heather Olsen

Laura Melvin (4) gets set to return
looks on in Friday's loss to Illinois.
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