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Page 8 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, November 25, 1986

Schembechier savors

win, eyes

roses

By ADAM MARTIN
Thrilled with last Saturday's 26-
24 victory over Ohio State
Michigan coach Bo Schembechler
ate what he pleased and passed out
cigars at yesterday's weekly press
luncheon.
He then lighted his own stogie,
kicked back, and enjoyed himself.
The occasion? Michigan earned a
berth in the nation's most
prestigious Bowl game by beating
the Buckeyes. Schembechler cele -
brated this new berth, despite its
different spelling, by distributing
cigars.
THE WOLVERINES have the
week off for Thanksgiving before
resuming preparation Sunday for a
game against Hawaii on Dec. 6.
As of yesterday, Schembechler
said, he did not know much about
the Rainbow Warriors.
"All I know about Hawaii is
they're a very good defensive team
and it's very hard to win out there,"
he said. "It's easier to beat them on
the mainland."
Hawaii, 6-4, but 5-1 at home,
beat Wisconsin, 20-17, earlier in
the season. Schembechler said he
has seen only the Wisconsin-
Hawaii film but added that
Michigan will scout this Saturday's
Hawaii-Wyoming game.
SCHEMBECHLER said he will
try to use the Hawaii game to
prepare for Michigan's Jan. 1
matchup with Arizona State, but
stressed the value of the game for

Morris
... earns Bo's praise

the players.
"It will be a great educational
experience for our guys," he said.
"It's a great opportunity to go and
see (Hawaii). It's gonna be football
and not messing around, but they'll
get a chance to see Hawaii."
Schembechler's win over Ohio
State broke Fielding "Hurry Up"
Yost's all-time record for career
victories at Michigan and extended
his career mark to 206-56-7.
Beating Ohio State is one of
Schembechler's most gratifying
accomplishments.
"Anytime you're playing this
classic and you're getting blown
out 14-3," he said, "and you keep
pace and come back to win it, it has
to be one of the great wins over
Ohio State.

"The only way to go in the (Big
Ten) is to come down to Michigan-
Ohio State. Anytime you play this
game there are so many things
hanging in the balance. I just hope
it stays like that."
Blue Banter
-Schembechler feels tailback
Jamie Morris, who ran for 210
yards on 29 carries against Ohio
State, can compete with his brother
Joe Morris of the New York
Giants.
"There ain't nobody tougher than
Jamie," said Schembechler. "I
promise you that. Don't tell me
(Joe Morris) is tougher than Jamie;
he ain't no tougher. Jamie's a
tough little nut."
-Schembechler discounted the
hype surrounding quarterback Jim
Harbaugh's "guarantee" of victory
over Ohio State. "After you've just
lost to Minnesota, what the hell do
you care what he says. If your only
problem is worrying about what
your quarterback says, you don't
have anything to worry about."
-Strong tacklefJohn Elliott and
cornerback Garland Rivers were
named Saturday to the 1986 Kodak
All-America Team. Twenty
Wolverines made UPI's All-Big
Ten team. Elliott, Rivers, Morris,
Harbaugh, Mark Hammerstein, and
Andy Moeller were First Team UPI
selections.

MSU1t
By ERIC MAXSON
The Michigan wrestling team
trekked to Dayton, Ohio, this
weekend for the Ohio Open and
looked promising as it came away
with a strong second.
Michigan State won the meet
with 117.25 points. The
Wolverines finished with 82.5
points, while Ohio State took third
with 68.5.
Michigan coach Dale Bahr was
"pretty happy" with his team's
effort. Considering the squad's
youth, he said, its performance was
"not too bad." Eight out of ten of
Michigan's starters are freshmen or
sophomores.
LEADING THE way for the
Wolverines was 158-pounder Joe
Pantaleo, who downed Indiana's
Scott Duncan 4-2 in the final
match. Sophomore Doug Wyland
took second in his weight class,
losing 11-5 to Cleveland State's
Paul Kapper in the 118-pound final.
Others finishing in the top six
were Dave Dameron, sixth at 126
pounds, John Fisher, third at 134,
Jerry Norris, sixth at 134, and
James Dye, sixth at 167.
The only disappointment for

ps'M' in Ohio
Youngsters lead Michigan
wrestlers to second place

will be back for the "important part
of the season."
ALSO INJURED was
Dameron, who hurt his chest, and
chose to default his final match to
avoid further aggravation. The
injury is apparently a pulled
muscle, and Dameron should be
back by next weekend's meet at
eighth-ranked Clarion State.
Overall, however, Bahr was
pleased with the results of the meet.
He said the young Wolverines are
shaping up as he hoped. "Things
are starting to fall into place. The
people I assumed to come to the
forefront in their weight classes
are.
And he expects continued
improvement. "By the end of the
season, we'll be better than
Michigan State," he said. "Our
young wrestlers are very talented,
but sometimes they'll get beaten by
an older wrestler. Time will tell."

Daily Photo by JOHN MUNSON

Wolverine guard Michael Dames
run put Michigan ahead of Ohio

(76) helps Thomas Wilcher to his feet after Wilcher's seven-yard touchdown
State for good. Tight end Derrick Walker (89) celebrates.

SPOR TS OF THE DAIL Y

A

Spikers look to drown Hurons

Pantaleo'
... leads Blue
Bahr was an injury to junior John
Fisher. Fisher, who missed all of
last year with a separated shoulder,
strained a ligament in his knee, and
will be out at least a week.
"We really depend on him to
score points," Bahr said. "We'll
have a hard time replacing him."
Bahr stressed, however, that Fisher

By WALTER KOPF
Youth and inexperience have
always been grouped together. For
most of the season, the Michigan
volleyball team (3-13 in the Big
Ten), has supported that
observation.
But just when fans thought they
had it all figured out, the

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Wolverines spiked their first
weekend sweep in over four years,
defeating Northwestern in five
games, Wisconson in four.
TONIGHT, Michigan's spikers
will take on cross-town rival
Eastern Michigan University in
their last non-conference match
"It was the high point of the
season, a very positive experience"
said junior Heather Olsen of the
weekend sweep. "I feel great about
it, we're young, and we're going to
be better next year."
Michigan's lone senior is Jayne
Hickman, and Olsen and Lisa Vahi
are the only juniors. Even Joyce
Davis is new to the scene in her
first year as head coach.
FOR MORE youth, the
Wolverines need look no farther.
than across the net. While the
Hurons have played like seasoned
veterens (8-8 in conference, 17-11
overall), they actually have only
one returning player from last
year's squad.
According to EMU head coach
Frank Fristensky, "We have a very
young team, in fact at one time we
had five freshmen starting."
Despite the experience, tonight's
game is expected to be a good one.
"This matchup may become a
tradition," said Fristensky. And
looking at the ages of the teams, he
may be right.
Scherer takes All-
America honors
Chasing rainbows? Chris
Brewster and John Scherer of the
men's Michigan Cross Country
team ran beneath the Tuscon, Ariz.,
sun yesterday for the NCAA pot of
gold. They qualified to compete in
the championship last week.
Brewster, a senior favored to
win, fell by the NCAA wayside,
dropping out of competition due to

Chris Spielman of Ohio State has
been named Midwest Defensive
Player of the Week by the
Associated Press, despite the
Buckeyes' 26-24 loss to Michigan.
Spielman, a 6-2, 227-pound
junior from Massillon, Ohio, tied a{
school tecord with 29 tackles, 10 of
them solos.
It marked the second time this
season Spielman had earned the
honor.
Worrell named top
rookie in N.L.
NEW YORK (AP) - St. Louis
Cardinals reliever Todd Worrell was
named National League Rookie of
the Ydar yesterday, falling one vote
short of being a unanimous
selection on balloting by the
Baseball Writers Association of
America.
Worrell, a 27-year-old right -
hander, got 23 of 24 first-place
votes to easily outdistance San
Francisco Giants second baseman
Rob Thompson. Worrell, who had
a league-leading 36 saves, totaledi
118 points in balloting by two
writers from each of the league's12
cities.
Worrell did not play enough in
1985 to lose his rookie status, and
thus was eligible for the 1986
award.
Bears' Hampton 4
arrested
LAKE FOREST, Ill. (AP) - All-
Pro defensive end Dan Hampton of
the Chicago Bears was arrested on
drunken-driving charges early
yesterday, state police said.
Hampton's car was stopped on
the Eden Expressway spur to the
Illinois Tollway near Deerfield,
state police Sgt. Raymond Voss
said.

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