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Ice Hockey
vs. Michigan State
Saturday, 7:30 p.m.
Yost Ice Arena

SPORTS
Tuesday, November 10, 1987

Women's Volleyball
vs. Western Michigan
Saturday, 7:30 p.m.
IM Building
Page 7

The Michigan Daily

lo's boys battered beyond belief

By RICK KAPLAN
The injury report came back from
the western front. Michigan's
casualty list keeps growing.
Wolverine football coach Bo
Schembechler ran down the roster of
the wounded at his weekly football
luncheon yesterday. The latest
additions raised the injured total to
21, according to the 19th-year head
coach.
The key loss sustained in
Michigan's 30-20 win over
Minnesota last Saturday was
cornerback David Arnold. The junior
went down on the first play from
scrimmage with a muscular injury to
his right ankle.
'"I was thinking, 'What the hell is
this game going to be like if my
best defensive back goes down on
the first play?'" Schembechler said.
ARNOLD was expected to be
released from University of
Michigan hospital yesterday.
Schembechler saidthat if the
sWelling did not go down, an
operation may be necessary. Arnold
is not expected to return to action
again this season.
After the first play, it did not get
easier for Schembechler. "That was
the.hardest game I ever coached," he
said.
"I had seven guys vomiting on
the sideline. Talk about a decimated
team... and you should have seen
my quarterback."
Redshirt sophomore quarterback
Demetrius Brown started the game
with a broken thumb in his left
(throwing) hand. He also suffered a
dislocated right thumb during the
'game
"It was grotesque," Schembechler
said of Brown's right thumb. "I
looked at that thing and said,

nahh..."
THINKING his starter was done
for the game, Schembechler replaced
him with hobbled backup QB
Michael Taylor, who was nursing a
deep left thigh bruise. "But after one
play, that little sucker (Brown) says
he's ready to go back," the coach
said. "I give him credit. That's one
tough kid. He's a feisty little devil."
Also bedeviled by injury is
fullback Jarrod Bunch, who
participated in just four plays against
the Golden Gophers. Bunch has

shoulder and neck injuries and is
listed as "limited" for this Saturday's
game at Illinois.
Leroy Hoard, Bunch's
replacement, was impressive in his
Wolverine debut. His first Michigan
carry, however, ended in a fumble.
"The first time he carried the ball I
knew damn well it was going to the
carpet," said Schembechler.
Hoard ran 14 times for 77 yards
after sitting out the first eight games
of the year to concentrate on
academics.

Dean Dingman, a rookie
offensive lineman, sustained ankle
and neck ailments. Linebacker Keith
Cooper, the Wolverines' defensive
champion of the Minnesota game,
has a leg injury. Cooper and
Dingman are questionable for
Saturday. Receiver John Kolesar
remains sidelined indefinitely due to
mononucleosis.
Coming out with a win despite
all the injuries was especially
pleasing to Schembechler. "When
you are in this position and you win

the game, it really means
something," he said. "And to do it
on the road - that's pretty
meaningful to us. We think we're
pretty good now. That may not be
true, though."
Blue Banter
- Michigan strong corner Allen
Bishop won UPI's Midwest
Defensive Player of the Week.
Bishop recorded 17 tackles and
recovered a fumble in the Wolverine
end zone against the Gophers.
- The Wolverines champions of

the week, in addition to Cooper,
were: Brown, offensive champion;
Greg McMurtry, offensive hustler;
Bobby Abrams, defensive hustler;
Carlitos Bostic, special team
champion; Don Lessner, scout team
champion; Brian Townsend and
Wilbur Odom, rookie team
champions.
" Schembechler favors Michigan
State in this week's showdown with
Indiana for the Rose Bowl. "In my
judgment, the edge goes to the
Michigan State defense," he said.

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Daily Photo by SCOTT UTUCHY
David Arnold, one of Michigan's top defenseive backs, will be lost for the final two games of the season. The
junior defender, seen making a tackle against Michigan State, suffered an injury to his right ankle.

. Stickers finish season;
Collins looks to future

By GARY RESCH
The Michigan field hockey team
closed out its season with a 2-1
victory over Ohio State on Saturday,
and a 4-0 loss to Iowa on Sunday.
The weekend split brought the
team's final record to 2-5-3 in the
Big Ten and 11-6-3 overall.
In Columbus, Wolverine senior
Trish Mondul took a 'pass from
Sharon Cantor at the top of the
circle and drilled in the winning goal
with time running out in the final
period.
The victory avenged la s t
weekend's loss to the Buckeyes.
"Our concentration was to play them
good and solid with a healthy team,
something we didn't have last
week," said fourth-year coach
Karen Collins.
Mondul's goal gave the team
only its second conference win this
season. Despite the poor record,
Collins complimented the play of
co-captain Mondul. "We don't have a

Most Valuable Player, but Trish was
a dominating player all season," said
Collins.
The Wolverines had a tougher
time in Iowa City even though the
Hawkeyes had already clinched the
conference title. "We were hoping to
catch them emotionally down, but
they weren't," Collins said. "Iowa is
peaking going into the regionals."
After the game, the Michigan
field hockey team refused to be
disappointed in defeat. Rather than
showing remorse, the team emitted
an aura of optimism.
The Wolverines are a young team
and are enthusiastically waiting for
winter practice. With 15 of 19
players returning next year, Collins
hopes maturity will enable the team
to develop into a conference
contender.
"You could feel it on the bus,"
Collins observed. "The girls are
already talking about next year."

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