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Page 10 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, October 4, 1989

Men's soccer loses
tough one to MSU


Daily Sports Contributor
The Michigan men's soccer club
lost a heartbreaker to Michigan
State's varsity squad yesterday by 2-
1 score, lowering its record to 2-8-3.
Michigan State took an early lead
when first-year player Steve McCaul
scored a goal from the left side
approximately six minutes into the
game. 18 minutes later McCaul
scored off of a corner kick in front of
the goal.
17 minutes into the second half,
junior forward Michigan's Todd Neff
scored on a close range. shot. This
goal resulted in a newfound spirit for
the Wolverines, but the Spartans de-
fense was able to hold Michigan.
Michigan coach Mike Ruddy

Michigan sophomore middle forward Dick Hillary kicks the ball out of the
Wolverines' end of the field against the Spartans yesterday.

blamed the loss on inconsistency.
"We played good the last sixty-five
minutes," the third year coach said.
"But we can't be giving up silly
goals, it's been the pattern all
Ruddy continued to say that the
team played well enough to win
every game this season, but incon-
sistency has stopped them.
Michigan State coach Joe Baum
said the game was a typical
Michigan-Michigan State game.
"The game was very emotional,
close, and both teams showed a lot
of character. It was a fine perform-
ance," Baum said.
Michigan assistant coach Mike
Malley said that he loved come from
behind games but spotting two quick
goals was a hard way to start a
game. "We had plenty of chances to
tie, but the ball wasn't bouncing for
us," Malley said.
Both coaches praised sophomore
defensemen Tim Puckett. Malley
said he played excellent defense and
"did a tremendous job for us." Ruddy
also complemented forward Todd
Neff and sophomore Dick Hillary.
The soccer team has been trying
to achieve varsity status for over
eight years. When asked if Michigan
should become a varsity sport at
Michigan, Michigan State coach Joe
Baum replied that "As a club Mich-
igan is better than most varsity
teams we play."

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Los Angeles Raider head coach Mike Shanahan (left) was fired
yesterday and replaced with Art Schell, who will become the first black
head coach in NFL history. Shanahan's Raiders lost to the Seattle
Seahawks 24-20 last Sunday to sink to 1-3 on the year.
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land Browns running back Kevin
Mack was sentenced to six months
in prison yesterday after pleading
guilty to using cocaine.
Judge Richard McMonagle of
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Court sentenced Mack to the Mans-
field Reformatory, a facility south-
west of Cleveland for first-time off-
enders younger than 30 years old,
Cuyahoga County assistant prosec-
utor Frank Gasper said.
Mack, 26, must spend a min-
imum of 30 days in jail before he
can apply for probation, Gasper said.

Ohio law requires Mack be sent
to the reformatory within five days
of sentencing, said Louis Kulis,
operations chief at the county sher-
iff's department.
Mack was arrested June 28 while
inside a car parked on a Cleveland
street. Police said they found 11
packets of cocaine valued at $50 each
inside the car.
Mack also was charged with*
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criminal tools and using a motor
vehicle for drug abuse, but those
charges were dropped as part of
Mack's guilty plea to drug use,
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