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Page 8 --The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, October 14, 1986
SPOR TS OF THE DAIL Y

Error-prone

spikers lose

two

CCHA Scorecard

By ADAM BENSON
The Michigan volleyball team
suffered its toughest weekend of the
season, losing road games to
Indiana and Ohio State last
weekend. Losses always hurt, but
the way the Wolverines lost was
the most upsetting aspect of
Michigan's road trip to
Bloomington and Columbus.
Michigan coach Joyce Davis had
few positive things to say about the
Indiana defeat, in which Michigan.
lost in three straight, 15-6, 15-
13,15-11.
"W E WERE not even
competitive in the warm-up," said
Davis. "We were intimadated
totally. Indiana did not do one
thing better than we did. They
didn't pass, hit, or block better than

us. But when time came to score
points, they did it."
Indiana's middle hitters
dominated Michigan, notching 14
kills compared to six for the
Wolverines. Outside hitter Heather
Olson put forth the best
performance of any Wolverine, but
as a team, Michigan commited
many unforced errors. Olson was
the only Michigan player to have
an attack percentage over .200.
Against the struggling
Buckeyes, the Wolverines did no
better. Ohio State took a 6-0 lead
in the first game and forced
Michigan to play catch-up the
entire match. Michigan was able to
come back in the second game, but
Ohio State once again compiled an
early lead in the third game. From

that point, the Wolverines were
never in the match. They ended up
losing 15-12, 9-15, 15-7, 15-1.
Davis could only say that the
team "played well enough not to be
embarassed. The game featured
some terrific long rallies, and we
were more competitive against
OSU, but we should have had a
closer match."
"We made stupid mental
mistakes," she added. "We had Ohio
State on a weekend when they were
not playing their best ball.
Unfortunately, we were worse than
thev were."

Stickers drop two
The field hockey team suffered
perhaps its worst weekend of the
season last Saturday and Sunday.
The Wolverines saw their record
drop to 7-7-1, (1-4-1 in the Big
Ten) after losing back-to-back
contests to Purdue and Iowa.
Though Michigan is considered
to be one of the most improved
teams in the conference, the
Wolverines managed to score only a
single goal over the weekend.
Senior Jane Nixon had the lone
goal in Saturday's 4-1 loss to Iowa.
Michigan led Iowa, 1-0, at
halftime, but the Hawkeyes scored
three quick goals in the middle of
the second half to put it away.
Purdue then shut out the
Wolverines, 4-0, in Sunday's
contest. Michigan's offense was
certainly lagging as the Wolverines
could manage only eight shots on
goal for the weekend.
Michigan goalie Maryann Bell
turned away 23 shots over the
weekend.
The Wolverines will go on the
road to face Eastern Michigan
Wednesday and Michigan State
Sunday. - BILL ZOLLA

CCHA Stayd is
(Overall) W L. T Mt
Michigan SMate (2-0~..... .........2 08044
Western Mich. (I-) .,...........1 1 8 2
Bowling Green (11,.....,.- 1 1 4 2
Fe.rris State ( -I................ ......., 1 k 0 2
1111nols-Chicago (II........I 1 t 2"
Mfliai G(1................~. 1 1iti2
Lake Superior (1-1......,,.~...... 4 40 0410
Ohio State ({i2)......,M........ 0 2 400

Goal tending
13. lItrm, NMU..,.,.. . GA1A1.0
R. Csscnsa, MSU...1 4 4.0O
N. Foster, MSU.....1 4 4.00
G. Kruziel, BGSIL 2 9 4.02
W. Sharpies, Un4... 2 5 4.59
B. Smith, M~lmi...1 5 5.0
G. RBeburn, FP50.. 2 1 55.0

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WMPL Hockey
(first pucee votes) W
*Minnesota (5)2
Michigan SMate (4) 2
North Dlakgta (1)2
*Boston U. 8
*Denver 2
Hlarvard A
.Bowling Green I
*Boston college 0
Wisconsin I
I.Nor thern Mkblaan I

Poll
1. T Pty
0 0 86
* 0 72
0 4 61
0 8 53
8 9 44
1 4 43
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1 0 19
1 0 14

Others receiving votes:
Western Michigan

Cornell, Michigan,

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 15 - 8 P.M.
"EXPLORING WORLD RELIGIONS"
- the series continues -
Topic: HINDUISM
Speaker: DR. MADHAV DESHPANDE
Professor of Sanskrit and Linguistics,
Department of Asian Languages and Cultures, U-M
at the
ECUMENICAL CAMPUS CENTER, 921 Church St.
Allinterested persons are welcome

CCHA LEADIERS
Scor ing

FRIDAY'S RESULTS
ICHIGAN 4, Howling Green 5
Illinois-Chicago 4, Ferris State 2
Wester nMicehigan 6, Mimi 1
Michigan State 8, Ohio State 4
Alaska-Fairbanks 8, Lake Superior St. 6
SATURDAY'S RESULTS
'Howling Green S, MICHIGAN 2
Ferris State 9, Illinois-.Chicao 6
Miami 6, Western Mhi an5
Michigan State 6, Ohio at 4
Lake Superior St. R, AlaskFairbanks 1
FRIDAY'S GAMES
MICHIGAN at Miami
Lake Superior St. at Ohio State
Michigan State at Ferris State (PASS)
Western Michigan at Illinois-Chicago
New Hampshire at Bowling Green
SATURDAY'S GAMES
MICHIGAN at Miami
Ferris State at Michigan State
Lake Superior St. at Ohio State
Western Michigan at IllioisCiCcago
Now Hampshire at Howling Green

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Paul Polillin, W14U...............r.I
Bill Shibicky, MSU-......... ,... 2
Jeff' Jabloski, , C.......2
Mitch Messier, MAL-....... 2
IHenry Fuank, WMU "..........2
Wayne Gagne, wMU ........... 2
Paul Lowden, FSC- ............ 2
Jim Roque, SSC............. . 2
Kevin NMfiller, MSUJ.. ............2
BiEk Brebant, 5 ,..,.s,....,...2

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could be
joiUng
the Bears.
LAKE FOREST, Ill. (AP) -
Coach Mike Ditka said yesterday
the Chicago Bears have a legitimate
interest in quarterback Doug Flutie.
"Something should happen
soon, I can't say anymore than
that," said Ditka. "I'm interested in
what he accomplished.- He
intrigues me."
D I T K A' S remark of
something happening soon related
to the NFL trading deadline this
afternoon.
The Los Angeles Rams own the
rights to Flutie and they want a
second-round draft choice for the 5-
foot-9, 1984 Heisman Trophy
winner who last year played in the
United States Football League,
which is not operating this year.
Bears general manager Jerry
Vainisi reportedly has offered the
Rams a sixth-round choice for
Flutie.
VAINISI said he has not talked
to Flutie but has been in contact
with Bob Woolf, Flutie's agent.
Woolf has said that Flutie is
honored that last year's Super Bowl
champs are interested in him.
If the Bears were to get the
rights to Flutie, their plans would
be to sign him to a 1987 contract.
But they also would have him
available this season in case of an
emergency.
An emergency is always
possible, especially with the in-and-
out injury status of starting
quarterback Jim McMahon. The
backup quarterbacks are Steve
Fuller and Mike Tomczak.
GRIDDE PICKS.
Dave White turned in a 17-2-1
record to take Griddes in a week that
saw most competitors limp in
around the .500 mark.
Of special note is the competitor
who in the Prarie View A&M vs.
Bishop at Austin game picked
Austin.
Thanks for the vote of
confidence from the two
competitors who picked the State
- News over the Daily Libels - did
you forget who tallies the Griddes
picks?
To win a pizza from Pizza
Bob's, turn in your picks by
midnight Friday.
1. Iowa at MICHIGAN (pick
total points)
2. Michigan State at Illinois
3. Indiana at Minnesota
4.Wisconsin at Northwestern
5. Ohio State at Purdue
6. Alabama at Tennessee
7. Syracuse at Penn State
8. Oklahoma State at
Oklahoma
9. Georgia Tech at Auburn
10. Arkansas at Texas
11. USC at Arizona State
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