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'he Michigan Daily

Wednesday, October 22, 1986

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By JOHN HUSBAND
Freshman Judy Burinskas scored
both of Michigan's goals to power
the Wolverine field hockey team to
a 2-1 win over Kent State last night
at Ferry Field.
The victory raised Michigan's
non-conference record to 8-3.
B U R IN SKA S opened the
scoring at 4:15 of the first half
with freshman Sharon Cantor
assisting. The pair played together
during high school in Cheshire,
Conn. and it showed as the two
worked together effectively.
The key play of the half came
'when Kent State was awarded a
penalty shot after junior Katrina
Walker made a fine play to stop a
sure Golden Flash goal. Junior
goaltender Gillian Pieper made an
outstanding diving save to keep
Kent State off the scoreboard.
"Our starting goalie (senior
Maryann Bell) was sick and Gillian
went in and did a great job,"
Burinskas said.
KENT STATE struck quickly
in the second half, knotting the
score at 1-1 at the 3:13 mark.
Pieper made a big save and
Burinskas a nice clearing play to
keep Kent State from doing further
damage as the Golden Flashes kept
the pressure on.

Michigan senior Lisa Murray discusses strategy in yesterday's 2-1
Wolverine win.

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Burinskas then netted the game
winner at 13:25, scoring on a
rebound shot by Trisha Mondul off
of a penalty corner play.
"WE WERE very persistent,"
said head coach Karen Collins. "We
kept coming back on the attack and
we also showed a lot of patience."
The Wolverines carried the play
for most of the game and outshot
their opponent. The Wolverines had
13 shots inside the circle and 17
outside while Kent State totaled six
inside and six outside.
"It was nice to have a more
offensive game," Burinskas said.
THE VICTORY pushed the
Wolverines' overall record above
the .500 mark at 9-8-1. Its record in
the Big Ten is only 1-5-1.
"We were only 1-14 last year so
9-8-1 is pretty good for us,"
Collins said. "We've been up and
down, very inconsistent.
"The Big Ten is a very tough
conference. Our girls are getting
used to winning games outside the
conference and they like it."
Collins had praise for Burinskas
and Cantor and also noted the
strong play of freshmen Ilene
Meadows and Patti Farley.
The Wolverines will next host
rival Michigan State Sunday at
10:00 a.m.
IM Update
BY JILL MARCHIANO
Michigan IM football continued
this week with a full slate of games
leading up to the IM championship.
Here's the highlights:
EVANS SCHOLARS 26,
PHI KAPPA TA U 0
The Evans Scholars trounced
Phi Kappa Tau, 26-0, riding the
legs of freshman Mike
MacMichael's 80-yard touchdown
run and quarterback James
Petroykla's three touchdown
passes. Hans Nelson predicted that
they "will win the fraternity league
championship".
PHI GAMMADEL TA 12,
THETA DELTA CHI 0
Phi Gamma Delta stomped on
Theta Delta Chi, 12-0. The
offensive line for Theta Chi was
"ineffective, but the defense was the
bright spot, playing very well and
together," said Dave Pitts.
In other games:
The Bruisers sacked the Couch
Potatoes, 20-0, while the Jets tied
the Harvey Wallbangers, 6-6.
The Legal Souls beat the
Quadrangles, 8-0, while Squad 7
and the Cash Cows tied.
Who Cares, a standout veteran
squad, beat the Legal Souls, 10-6.

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Mets strike back
BOSTON (AP) - The New
York Mets, sparked by Len
Dykstra's leadoff homer, scored four
runs in the first inning on their way
to a 7-1 win over the Boston Red
Sox in last night's Game 3 of the
83rd World Series.
Beaten in the first two games at
New York, the Mets jumped on

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Boyd quickly as the series moved to
Fenway Park.
New York left-hander Bob Ojeda,
who had a 20-17 record in Fenway
Park during his six-year stay with
the Red Sox, blanked Boston for
two innings before being nicked for
a run in the third.

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By Adam Martin

Mets and Bosox..
IVA ...nceu rivals, old hate

.1his space is usually reserved for Michigan
football. But a significant percentage of people at
the University have a stake in this year's October,
Classic. So Bo can wait until tomorrow.
While he waits, displaced New Yorkers and
Bostonians will duke it out.
Undoubtedly, on this campus the
majority of those with an investment in
the World Series are New Yorkers. And
today, whether the Mets won or lost
Game Three, New Yorkers are squirming.
Their Mets, the ones who made the rest of
the National League look like a minor
league during the regular,,,season, are now
in danger of falling off their plateau of
arrogant dominance.
Bostonians are dumbfounded. Their Red Sox, the
ones who appeared destined to choke like the Red
Sox of the 1970s, devastated the Mets in New York,
and now have' the opportunity 'to end the
championship of the entire civilized world at
Fenway Park.
One of the greatest rivalries in the Union pits
Boston against New York. Only it's an American
League rivalry. New York Yankees fans can find
little to hate more than the Red Sox. Boston fans
hope New York City secedes from the Union. Ah...
good friends.
The Mets are another story. Or maybe
just another chapter in this Book of
Hostility between Boston and New York.
The Mets' history pales in comparison to
the Yankees, and, to add to the confusion,
Yankee fans despise Met fans. But an
intra-city ' rivalry will not prevent
Bostonians from tossing Met faithful in
the New York pit.
All New Yorkers are equally distasteful, the

little about this clash of . obnoxious
easterners. Some of them actually
believe the Roar of '84 is alive and
scratching.
But as the Tigers, and let's not forget those
dominant Chicago Cubs, whither away in
mediocrity, the eastern teams keep winning.
Detroit, Boston, and New York do have
something in common - each city has pitifully
ugly areas. Not surprisingly, Boston is scummier
than New York according to New Yorkers, and'
well... New York is a living hell to Bostonians.
And if it's not self-evident, just about every eastern
fan thanks the lord that Detroit is 1000 miles from
the Atlantic.
Interestingly, all this antagonism
usually originates in the suburbs, the
once-removed haven for self-proclaimed
sports experts.
But don't discount all the hot air. The Boston-
New York rivalry, and any battle to the death for
that matter, would be nonexistent without
overwhelming self-righteousness.
If a Red Sox championship is imminent,
Bostonians will profess genius. And they'll be
hated for it.
If the Mets regroup and pull off another
Miracle, New Yorkers will claim
sovereignty, and in so doing renew that
city's horrid reputation among outsiders.
Red Sox fans will rip into the Olde Towne team
if it blows a 2-0 lead. They'll be lucky, however.
A Mets championship will mean Yankee fans hear
bellowing, in-your-face laughs from Queens for the
next "Year.
Mets and Red Sox fans share a common disgust
for the Yankees, a team everyone loves to hate
because it wins so often.
Still, this link means little with World Series
bragging rights on the line.
So which team is better? The experts picked
Boston to finish fifth in their division and the Mets
to dominate the World Series. The experts are lame.
Only Bostonians and New Yorkers know the
truth. At least they think so.

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