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Men's Basketball
vs. Poland National Team
Crisler Arena
Nov. 14, 7:30 p.m.

SPORTS

Football
vs. Notre Dame for all the marbles
Michigan Stadium
Sept. 16, 3:30 p.m.

The Michigan Daily

Wednesday, September 13, 1989

Page 9

Women spikers broomed by
Hurons for first season loss

by Theodore Cox
Daily Sports Writer
The Michigan women's
volleyball team suffered it first loss
of the season, as they were swept by
Eastern Michigan, 6-15,12-15,12-
15, last night.
The cheering fight between the
equally supportive fans at Eastern's
Bowen Field House became more
interesting than the match as the
Hurons easily cruised through the
first game.
Eastern seemed to capitalize on
several Wolverine errors, including
net violations and double hitting.
Michigan was late on many hits,
causing them to chase the ball all
over the floor. The lack of intensity
caused the Wolverines bump into
one another, and overjump several
returns.
"We played very passively,"
coach Joyce Davis said. "As a team
we lacked enthusiasm and

agressiveness."
While Michigan was scratching
for every point, Eastern played
effortlessly behind the Hurons
powerful middle blocker Roxanne
Munch.
"She's a player who we have to
rely on, she's our biggest middle
blocker," Eastern's head coach Nown
Richardson said.
In the second game, Michigan

took an early 8-4 lead behind the
powerful spiking of Karen Marshall.
But Eastern came back, returning
everything Michigan served. Eastern
also capitalized on two net serves in
the game by Julia Sturm.
"It was particularly unfortunate
on the timing of those miss-serves,"
Davis said. "It hurts us when its our
first serve."

BILL WOOD/Daily
Michigan fullback Jarrod Bunch seen here jumping over a herd of USC Trojans in this year's Rose Bowl, plans to
do all of his talking on the field this year. He will start along side Rose Bowl MVP and good friend Leroy Hoard.

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BUNCH
Continued from Page 1
Despite the presence of both Rose
Bowl MVP Leroy Hoard and
Heisman candidate Tony Boles in the
backfield, Michigan coach Bo
.Schembechler proclaimed Bunch
would be the starting fullback last
April after his performance in spring
practice.
"Bunch is going to exert himself
this year. He's going to emerge. he's
a powerful back," Schembechler said.
"People don't understand that Bunch
is 241 pounds and he runs as fast as
Leroy Hoard."
Hoard, his running mate, recalls
*an incident two years ago when
.Bunch showed his more personal
side.
"I always go back to sleep after
getting taped and eating. And Jarrod
1M' linksters
take second
*in '89 opener
By Scott Erskine
Daily Sports Writer
The women's golf team teed off to
a great start Labor Day weekend as
they finished second in a field of 17
at the Notre Dame Invitational. Only
Iowa State finished ahead of the
Wolverines, edging them by a mere
.two strokes.
Michigan's Becky Hayes turned in
consistent marks of 79 on both days
to pace the Wolverines. First-year
student Tricia Good also helped the
team with her excellent play. Good,
a Michigan native who graduated
from Jackson Lumen Christi High
School, shot an 84 and a 78 to tie
for a third place finish among her
teammates.
Head coach Sue LeClair, heading
.into her eighth season as coach of
the team, said that she is especially
happy with the play of seven of the
players.
"This is probably the best group
'of golfers that we've had in the past
seven years that I've had the team,"
LeClair said.
The Wolverines hope to continue
their excellent play as they head to
Illinois State University this week-
end to compete against 14 other
schools in their second of six fall
invitationals.

always said I'd miss the team
meeting," Hoard said. "So he set my
alarm clock ahead, ran in the
bathroom, and slammed the door. I
jumped up and started screaming
because I thought I'd missed the
meeting. He was just laughing
hysterically."
To some observers like Taylor,
Bunch is the "best fullback to come
through here in a long time," while
others see Bunch as having emerged
into a premier runner.
"A couple of years ago, I told Bo
that Bunch would be a great football
player," said Notre Dame coach Lou
Holtz. "I've followed him throughout
his career and he's doing really well."
Most of his teammates talk about
Bunch as a quiet person whose
opinions carry a great deal of weight.
Bunch himself didn't want to describe
himself, saying, "I think I'll be
doing all my talking this year on the
field."

Betty Schembechler, mother of Michigan coach Bo Schembechler, is
now resting in stable condition in a Barberton, Ohio hospital.
"Her condition is stable now, but she's 87 years old and anything can
happen," Schembechler said yesterday. "If I have to go down there, I
will. The problem is she lives alone."

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