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*rhe Michigan Daily.
Friday, September 15, 1985
Team looks to improve on impressive 4-1 start
Spikers face twin bill in OhioF
by Jamie Burgess
Daily Sports Writer
The Wolverine spikers play an
unusual slate this weekend - two
different opponents in the same city.
The team carries its 4-1 record into
Bowling Green on Friday evening
against the Falcons, and then faces
West Virginia on Saturday, also in
It seems that this year's
Wolverines may finally be starting to
lift their program from its three-year
sag. Coach Joyce Davis has high
"It's a totally different team. We
have five brand new people - that's
almost half a team. They are a lot
more aggressive, persistent, they
communicate better.And we've added
a backcourt attack, which is
The new talent that Davis is
counting on is already working its
way into the line-up. Joining seniors
Kim Clover, Carla Hunter, and Karen
Marshall on the floor will be
freshmen Hayley Lorenzen and
Tarnisha Thompson, both of whom
will be called upon to contribute all
Fellow newcomer Michelle
McKim has been so impressive in
practice that she is already penned-in
for the Saturday start against West
The pressures to perform on these
new Wolverines are numerous, but
not negative. "I'm just trying to get
into the swing of college ball," says
freshman Michelle Horrigan from
Notre Dame Academy in Toledo.
"I've heard there's a lot more team
morale this year. We're going to do a
lot better because of the excitement."
This optimism comes despite the
questionable status of sophomore
Jennifer Paulson. A knee injury kept
her from posting any statistics last
year. Although her mobility has
improved, Davis says that she is not
yet at full strength.
As for their opposition, the
Wolverines face two distinct
challenges. Davis has warned her
squad about the Falcons, a powerful
group of hitters, who despite their 2
- 6 record are a threat to make a
slower team eat the ball.
West Virginia, however, was not
on the schedule last year and therefore
offers an element of surprise for
Michigan to contend with. "They're
very young and scrappy on defense,"
says Davis, who knows little of the
team herself. "But I don't think
they'll run as quick an offense." rt
Regardless of what they see in
Bowling Green, the Wolverines have
something to prove.
Women runners head into season
minus their three main cogs
Eght year old Kent Morris looks at the Heisman Trophy and the year old Domino's Pizza American Football
Coach's Association Coaches Choice Award. The two are among several trophies on display today and
tdmorrow at the Traveling College Football Hall of Fame Exhibit at Domino's Farms.
Deck the Hall with college football
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By Taylor Lincoln
Daily Sports Editor
The women's cross-country team
will venture westward to Kansas this
weekend to open its 1989 season.
But the team will be travelling light.
They will send only two runners
with significant varsity NCAA
As they begin their campaign to
improve on last year's surprising 3rd
place finish in the Big Ten, they
will be without three of their top
runners, Mindy Rowand, Kelly
McClimon, and Kim Haluscsak,
who are all out with injuries.
"I think it will be a very
challenging meet considering who
we're taking. Jen Mc Peck and Karen
Wielke are running real strong right
now and I think we can win if we
can getthree of the rookies up there
along with them," said coach Sue
Mc Peck, the only experienced
runner besides Wielke making the
trip, was cautiously optimistic
heading into the meet. "It's kind of
scary with our top three runners out.
So there's a lot of pressure on our
freshmen and other relatively
Aside from the team's current
injury problems, the outlook for the:
'89 campaign is optimistic. Foster
does not consider the injurids
serious, and says that the team is
hoping to improve to either first or
second at this year's Big Ten meet.
gp q M-Care HMO
aily Sports Writer
The U.S.F.& G. College
Football Hall of Fame, a mobile
C~hibit of college football's finest
rhemories, is in Ann Arbor.
It will be open today from 8 a.m.
6 p.m. at Domino's Farms, and
morrow from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.,
4i the Ann Arbor Golf and Outing
The indoor/outdoor exhibit,
loused in a forty-foot long
kcreational vehicle, features such
miemorabilia as the Heisman Tro-
y, a recreation of the locker room
4ene where Knute Rockne delivered
lis legendary 'Gipper' speech, Hall
df Fame enshrinees, biographies,
ideos and other displays.
* The traveling museum began its
nationwide odyssey in East Ruther-
flrd, N.J., site of the College Foot-
l*1 Kickoff Classic. It will conclude
toe first leg of the tour on January 1,
the Sugar Bowl in New Orleans.
Exclusively showcased at the
ehibit is the Coach's Choice trophy
f r the most outstanding collegiate
fotball player of the year.
The award was presented for the
Qrst time last year to four players:
Ijeisman winner .Barry Sanders.
Marshall University's Mike Barber,
Johnny Bailey of Texas A&I, and
Wagner College's Terry Underwood.
The fact that several students from
schools of diverse sizes received the
1988 Coach's Choice Trophy is one
of the cornerstones of the award. It
enables athletes from less publicized
football programs to receive equal
Another staple of the Heisman
rival is that the honorees are selected
by balloting from 3,300 coaches na-
tionwide as opposed to the Heisman
Trophy, which is selectedbythe
The award was originally
conceived by Domino's Pizza owner
Tom Monaghan and Michigan
football coach Bo Schembechler.
"We look for the Coach's Choice
to be the premier award in college
football," Schembechler said.
"What's unique about it is that it is
voted on by the people who are most
qualified to judge - the coaches. We
won't be influenced by hype or
promotion," he added.
The presentation of the 1989
trophy will take place November 30
in Detroit. Says Monaghan, "We're
excited about hosting the second year
of the Coach's Choice. It's just an
extension of company policy to
support collegiate athletics across
Dan Weber, the executive co-
ordinator of the exhibit, will present
a plaque honoring Michigan's 24
alumni enshrined in the Hall of
Fame during a pregame ceremony.
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