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November 04, 1986 - Image 8

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Page 8 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, November 4, 1986






The second time proved to be a
charm for the women's cross
country team. Running for the
second time this season on Ohio
State's course, the Wolverines
placed fourth at the Big Ten
Championships, held Saturday at
"I couldn't have hoped for us to
do any better," said Michigan coach
Sue Parks. "Our finish, only twelve
points out of second place, shows a
good effort on the girls' part."
WISCONSIN, two-time
defending national champion, ran
away with the title, gaining a low
score of 30. Iowa and Northwestern
tied for second with 114 points.
Parks admitted that running the

course earlier in the season was an
advantage. "We were aware it was a
flat course," she said. "That allowed
me to gear our workouts in a
certain way. I think our
improvement showed."
Last month at the OSU
Invitational, freshman Mindy
Rowand led the Wolverines with a
time of 18:06. Saturday, the top
six runners were all packed in
between 17:07 and 18:04, with
Rowand taking team honors while
finishing 16th overall. Cheri Sly
was the second Wolverine to cross
the line, placing 19th in the field.
Kelli Bert ran third.
HAVING PUT the Big Ten
behind them, the Wolverines are
now looking to the NCAA

Districts in two weeks.
"If we're able to make up the
twelve points to Iowa and
Northwestern, I like our chances of
going to the nationals," said Parks.
The men's team, despite
outstanding performances from
Chris Brewster and John Scherer,
finished fifth last weekend.
B R E W S T E R captured the
meet's individual title with a time
of 24:06.6. Scherer placed second
overall, checking in at 24:16.
Brewster is the first Wolverine to
win the Big Ten since 1977. His

one-two finish with Scherer marks
the first time Michigan runners
have ever captured the top two
"They were our saving grace,
said Wolverines coach Ron
Warhurst. "Finishing fifth allows
us to compete as a team at the
NCAA Districts."
Wisconsin's men made the meet
a Badger sweep, accumulating only
48 points. Illinois(70), Indiana(78),
and Purdue(97) also tallied lower
scores than Michigan's 126.

The Wolverines' finish
represented an improvement over
last season's sixth place mark, but
goals for the Big Ten had been set
Still, Warhurst remained
optimistic. "The sun rose today and
it'll rise tomorrow," he said. 'We'll
be back."
Next up for both the men's and
women's teams is the NCAA
District meet, Nov.15 at Normal,



...happy with fifth

cruise by

The men's swimming team,
last year's Big Ten champions,
began the Big Ten season last
Friday in Indianapolisagainst a
traditionally strong Indiana squad.
The Hoosiers were about as
strong as the Illinois football
squad, " however, and the
Wolverines rolled to a 65-30 win.
Leading the Michigan attack
was All-America and Goodwill
Games medalist, Dave Kerska, the
only double winner of the meet.

Kerska recorded victories in
the100 freestyle (45.9) and 200
freestyle (1.41.2). Kerska also
anchored the winning freestyle
relay that featured Joe Parker,
Brent Lang, and Mike Creaser.
Other individual winners for
Michigan were Creaser and Marty
Moran in the 200 backstroke
(1.57.6) and 200 butterfly
(1.52.5), respectively.
Creaser and Moran teamed with
Jan-Erick Olson and Parker in the
medley relay for a winning time
of 3.28.5.


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F OBBS was arrested at about
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Sheriff's department spokesman
Lt. Col. Art DiGennaro said Aliusu
and Fobbs' lawyer, Joseph DePaul,
had been talking since Friday to
arrange Fobbs' surrender.
"The lawyer called the sheriff
Friday. They talked again Saturday
and decided to bring him in
Monday," DiGennaro said, adding
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be treated upon arrest.
DiGENNARO said the
sheriff's deputies had been seeking
Fobbs since Thursday when the
indictment was issued.
DePaul said Fobbs heard that he
had been indicted through the local
news media and sought DePaul to

represent him. Both television and
newspaper reporters were saying
Thursday that Fobbs was the
subject of the secret indictment.
DePaul said arraignment
originally scheduled for Friday
would be waived and he would
proceed with preparing motions. He
said he did not expect a trial until at
least February.
FOBBS was released on his
own recognizance shortly after
being arrested. The maximun
penalty for a perjury conviction is
10 years in prison.
The Washington, D.C. resident
was the roommate of Brian Lee
Tribble, who is accused of
supplying the cocaine that killed
Fobbs testified twice before the
grand jury that has been gathering
information on the death since July.

L ast year at this time the Michigan hockey team
had a respectable 4-4 record that included victories
over Bowling Green and Michigan State. But as time
wore on the Wolverines wore out . They dropped their
last 10 games.
This year Michigan was supposed to be vastly
improved. And an impressive opener against
Bowling Green really opened the eyes of Michigan
fans. But the Wolverines have not lived up to their
THEY ARE now 2-6 including two losses to the
expected league doormat Miami Redskins. They have
also lost 11 road games in a row - their last six last
year and five this year.
The team's last two losses occurred over the
weekend, 5-2 and 13-3 to Illinois-Chicago. They were
sickening losses. In the first game the team couldn't
finish things off in the Flames zone. Michigan took
33 shots at goalie Jim Hickey and couldn't put more
than two past him.
But the worst thing the Wolverines did Friday
night was eat after the game.
THAT IS if the food is indeed what made one-
third of the team sick. Nobody could quite put their
finger on the problem. Head coach Red Berenson and
his staff pointed to the meal they ate Friday night at
the Hyde Park Hilton as the probable culprit.
Whether it was the chicken or the vegetables
didn't matter. It was something that couldn't be
helped, and the Flames came away with two easy
points and a shortage of Pepto Bismol.
Still, twenty-four conference games remain for the
Wolverines, whether the team is healthy or not.
Early season action around the CCHA indicates that
Red Berenson's eafly season goal of a fourth-place
finish is not out ofileach.

FOUR WEEKS into the season the CCHA
standings seem to predict a dogfight for post-season
position. All the teams currently behind first and
second place Michigan State and Bowling Green will
fight it out for the third and fourth spots (home ice
playoff positions).
"I still say Michigan is my darkhorse in the
CCHA," said Bowling Green head coach Jerry York.
"I said so at the start of the season."
"I don't think there is anyone we've played that I
honestly don't think we are capable of beating," said
Berenson. (After Michigan State and Bowling Green)
everyone else is in a fight for the final seven
positions in the league.""
MIAMI has been the league's biggest surprise so
far. It has a 3-5 record despite four successive losses
to Michigan State and Bowling Green.
"Our record (5-1, 7-1 overall) is a little deceiving,"
said Bowling Green head coach Jerry York. "We
dodged a couple of bullets at Miami last weekend and
besides Lake Superior we really haven't been running
on all eight cylinders."
Bowling Green and Michigan State are clearly the
CCHA's best. Both have won the last two national
championships and have brought the CCHA national
prominence. Now the conference's lower echelon
teams are getting better.
"That's what is great about the league teams like
us, Miami, and Michigan," said Illinois-Chicago head
coach Val Belmonte. "They keep on improving and
working hard and making the league great. It's not
just a two-team league."
"A team can move from sixth to third in a
weekend if a team sweeps," said Michigan State
assistant coach Terry Christensen.
That's what keeps the Wolverines alive. The
possibility of moving up in a balanced league.


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