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Page 10 -The Michigan Daily-Friday, October 2, 1987
Men's soccer club
scores 1-0 victory

From staff reports
Inclement weather a n d
Schoolcraft College weren't enough
to stop the Michigan men's soccer
club from coming up with a 1-0
win on Wednesday.
After a 40-minute delay due to
hail and lightning, the whistle
beginning the game finally sounded.
Kerry Ward broke the scoreless tie
in the 20th minute when he scored
what turned out to be the deciding

problems for the Wolverines.
Strong play from the bench
helped Michigan turn away the
offensive thrust by Schoolcraft and
the Wolverines were able to hang on
for the win.
The Wolverines will defend the
Washtenaw Challenge Cup when
they take on the Eastern Michigan
Hurons this Sunday at EMU.
Rugby tourney
held tomorrow at
Mitchell Field
The Michigan Women's Rugby
Sub-unions hosts a rugby
tournament tomorrow at Mitchell
Field.
Participating tomorrow are teams
and clubs from Michigan, Michigan
State, Central Michigan, Ohio
State, and Purdue.
The tournament will start at 10
a.m. and run until three p.m.

goal.
Michigan dominated the first
half, but was unable to convert
numerous scoring opportunities.
Schoolcraft turned around a weak
first-half performance and came out
strong in the second half, causing

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The Michigan hockey squad prepared for its October 9 game against Bowling Green with an intrasquad scrimmage last night.
Blue show off for Red in ice match-up

By DOUGLAS VOLAN
In a high-scoring affair, the Blue team defeated
the White team, 8-4, in the annual intrasquad
preseason game.
More than just a scrimmage, this game was
the final opportunity for the players to show
coach Berensen what they're made of.
Several skirmishes broke out in the game,
including fisticuffs between Joe Lockwood and
Brad Turner, resulting in the ejection of both
players.
"Judging by the fight and the play on the ice,
it wasn't just a fracas," said Berensen. "There was
good intensity out there. Both teams worked hard."

There are many unanswered questions after the
game, however, as final cuts will be made.today.
The big battle is between walk-ons Greg Joyce
and Tim Genyk for the third goalie spot.
"It's going to be a tough decision," said
Berensen. "They both played well and they both
were a little shaky at times."
The entire goalie situation appeared shaky at
times, as number one goalie Warren Sharples
gave up four goals in thirty minutes of play.
Backup Glen Neary played similarly, giving up
three goals in the same amount of time.
"It's tough coming in cold like that," said
Berensen. "They both looked a little cold and it's

a tough way to start."
There were bright spots for Michigan as well.
Particularly impressive were forwards Brad
McCaughey, Billy Powers, and Ryan Pardoski:
Powers and Pardoski each had two goals for the
Blue team, while McCaughey registered a hat
trick for the White team.
Despite the fine play of the forwards, Pardoski
remains cautious. "We still have a lot of work to
do. There's a lot of rough edges that have to be
polished."
Berensen was pleased with his defense as well.
"There was more intensity defensively than in
past games at this time."

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Ninth-ranked Ohio State kicks off
its Big Ten season as the pre-season
conference favorite. The only blem-
ish on an otherwise undefeated record
is a 13-13 tie with Louisiana State
last week. Heisman Trophy candidate
Chris Spielman anchors a defense
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Illinois is a team headed in the
opposite direction. Despite returning
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They have compiled an impressive
3-1 record with the only loss being a
one-point cliffhanger to Tennessee.
Despite the absence of last year's
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