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SPORTS

Hockey
Annual Blue and White Game
Friday, 7:30 p.m.
Yost Ice Arena

The Michigan Daily

Tuesday, September 30, 1986

Page 7

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Stickers lose to Iowa,

By ROB LEVINE
The field hockey team opened
the Big 10 season last weekeid in
Columbus with a loss and a tie.
The Wolverines fell to
nationally-ranked Iowa, 2-0,
Saturday, and the following day
tied Ohio State, 2-2, in double
overtime.
IN THE LOSS to the Hawkeyes,
Michigan gave up both goals late
in the first period.b ental errors
plagued the Wolverines as Iowa
dominated play, outshooting
Michigan, 15-8.
Iowa also had fifteen penalty
corners to the Wolverines' one.
Against Ohio State Michigan
let one get away. OSU scored first
at 5:04 of the first period, but the
Wolverines came on strong in the
second half with goals by Jane
Nixon and fellow senior Trisha
Mondul.
THE BUCKEYES came back to
tie the score with four minutes to
play.
The Wolverines outplayed the
Buckeyes statistically,
outshooting OSU, 24-19, and
holding the advantage in penalty
corners, 11-4.
Head coach Karen Collins
praised the play of Trisha
Mondul. "She had an excellent
weekend all around," Collins
said. "One on one she played
well, very effective."
COLLINS provided the play-by-
play for Nixon's goal. "The goal
scored against Ohio State was the
end result of a give-and-go
between Sara Clark and Jane
Taylor," she said. "Jane (Nixon)
finished it off. She put the whipped
cream on top."
The Wolverines continue their
Big 10 schedule this weekend with
a rematch against OSU.
"It will be a real important
game," Collins said. "We still
feel we beat them.

"WE'LL HAVE to correct the
mistakes we made. We spent a
majority of the game in their end
and didn't capitalize on it."
Heading into the OSU game,
Michigan is ranked fourth in the
Midwest. One of Collins'

preseason goals was to be ranked
in the Midwest.
"It (the ranking) shows
respectability," she said.
"Purdue's ranked lower and we
have to beat them to stay up there."
Michigan 's marked

tie OSU
improvement over a year ago can
be seen in the team's 6-4-1 record.
"I'm pleased with how we
played against Iowa," Collins
commented, "but we let down
against Ohio State. We really
should have won, but the defense
made a lot of mistakes."

Women harriers finish second

By JIM DOWNEY
The women's cross-country
team finished a surprising
second at last weekend's Western
Ontario Invitational.
The Wolverines' performance.
was surprising considering the
squad was without senior scorers
Kelli Bert and Melissa
Thompson.
BERT, expected to lead the team
this year, is sidelined with
injuries. Thompson, a 1984

NCAA indoor track All-
American, is suffering from a
virus.
"The losses are tough, but
fortunately, we've run well
without them," said Michigan
coach Sue Parks.
Mindy Rowand, a freshman
from Laurel Springs, New Jersey,
played an integral part in
picking up the slack left by the
injured upperclassmen.
Rowand raced over the 5000-
meter course to a fourth-place

finish.
The twelve team field was
headed by Penn State, which
appears destined to repeat as one
of the top ten teams in the nation.
Although the Wolverines were
pleased with their finish, they
must go back to work in
preparation for Friday's Ohio
State Invitational in Columbus.
Parks hopes Thompson will be
ready to run, but if she is not
ready, the younger runners will
face another stiff test.

Associated Press
Hold it right there!
Otis Anderson of the St. Louis Cardinals wasn't going anywhere in the fir-
st period of the Cardinals-Dallas Cowboys game last night. Dallas' Mike
Hegman stopped Anderson for a short gain.
76ers trade to get
McCormick, Vranes

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What's Happening
Recreational Sports

From staff
and wire reports
The Philadelphia 76ers last
night traded center Clemon
Johnson and a 1989 first-round
draft pick to the Seattle
Supersonics for forward Danny
Vranes and former Michigan
Wolverine Tim McCormk.
Johnson, an eight year NBA
veteran, was the backup center for
the past three and a half years to
Moses Malone, who the 76ers
traded earlier this year to the
Washington Bullets. Before
joining the 76ers, Johnson played
with Portland and Indiana.
VRANES was the Sonics'
backup small forward to Xavier
McDaniel last season, while
McCormick played backup
center. Both are former first-.
round draft choices.
McCormick was drafted by
Seattle in 1984 after helping the
AWolverines to their first ever
national basketball title, the NIT
Championship, that same year.
In the NIT final against Notre
Dame, McCormick scored a
team-high 28 points and led all
Wolverine regulars in the
tourney with a 60.9 field goal
percentage.
MCormick captured the Most
Valuable Player award for the
Morris
named
Player of
-the Week
NEW YORK (AP) - Brook
Jacoby, the Cleveland Indians'
third baseman, and Jack Morris,
Detroit's 20-game winner, were
named co-winners of the
American League Player of the
Week award, the league
announced yesterday.
Morris, in winning 20 games
for the second time in Detroit,
I went 2-0 on the week with an 0.47
earned run average in two
complete games. He gave up just
10 hits in 19 innings pitched and
struck out 13.
Morris leads the major leagues
in shutouts with six.
Jacoby hit .571 in seven games
through Sunday, with 16 hits in 28
times at bat. His hits included
.three doubles and a triple, with
, three runs batted in.

tournament, and along with
former Wolverine Roy Tarpley,
was named to the all-tournament
team.
In his final season at
Michigan, McCormick earned
Academic All-Big Ten honors.

WEEKEND LEISURE TRIPS
Horseback Riding - Sat., Oct. 4, 9 am-5 pm
Riding Instruction; Grooming & Tacking Lessons
Cave Exploring - Fri., Oct. 3 - Sun., Oct. 5
Weekend Exploring Trip to Bloomington, Ind.
Camping at McCormick Creek State Park
Sponsored by UM Outdoor Recreation Center
Call 764-3967 for information

Cornerstone
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Sunday Worship Service- loam
Angell Elementary School
(1608 S. University -1 block east of Washtenaw)
Come Learn With Us!
Tuesday Night- 7pm
Angell Elementary School
Worship and in depth Bilblical teaching
Come Fellowship With Us!
Thursday Night Home Groups- 7pm
Small fellowship groups
designed to meet personal needs
Pastor Mike Caulk 971-9150

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