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Page 2-The Michigan Daily - Sports Monday - October 9,1989
Michigan Sports
Calendar,
A compilation of Michigan sporting events and
information for the upcoming week.
Monday, October 9
No events scheduled.
Tuesday, October 10
Volleyball vs. Western Michigan at the Varsity Arena, 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday, October 11
No events scheduled.
Thursday, October 12
No events scheduled.
Friday, October 13
Ice Hockey at Miami (OH), 7:30 p.m.
Field Hockey vs. St. Louis University at Tartan Turf, 3 p.m.
Volleyball at Wisconsin, 7:30 p.m.
Saturday, October 14
Football at Michigan State, time TBA.
Ice Hockey at Miami (OH), 7:30 p.m.
Volleyball at Northwestern, 7:30 p.m.
Men's and Women's Cross Country - Michigan
Intercollegiate Championships, time TBA.
Sunday, October 15
Field Hockey vs. Boston College at Tartan Turf, 10 a.m.
Air Force Academy
is local fan favorite
Preacher Mike Caulk, former Air Force quarterback, waxes nostalgic
about the recent return of Griddes. "Praise the Lord! Griddes is back!" Caulk
concedes that he asks for His assistance in his weekly picks.
1. Michigan at Michigan State
2. Notre Dame at Air Force
3. San Jose State at Miami (FL)
4. Colorado at Iowa State
5. Arkansas at Texas Tech
6. Navy at Pittsburgh
7. West Virginia at California
8. LSU at Auburn
9." Houston at Texas A&M
10. SW Louisiana at Alabama
11. Georgia Tech at Clemson
12. Texas at Oklahoma
13. Penn State at Syracuse
14. Illinois at Purdue
15. Iowa at Wisconsin
16. Oregon at Washington
17. Indiana at Ohio State
18. Minnesota at Northwestern
19. Columbia at Princeton
20. California (PA) at Slippery Rock
Score of Michigan game:
Michigan
Michigan State
Name and Phone #:

X-Country:

A

Mixed

Bag

Blue women'

run over competition

by John Niyo
Daily Sports Writer
With a great one-two punch and
good "pack running," the Michigan
women's cross country team blew
away the field at the Michigan State
Invitational.
The Wolverines raced to a big
win, outscoring second-place
Michigan State by 30 points.
Leading the way were senior Mindy
Rowand and junior Karen Welke
who finished first and second
respectively.
"Those two were all alone at the

finish. They were way ahead of their
nearest competitors," coach Sue
Foster said.
Michigan's third finisher, senior
Jennifer McPeck, turned in an
impressive performance of her own,
finishing fourth overall.
"Jennifer had a super finish. She
passed three runners right before the
finish line. She had a very nice,
strong kick," Foster said.
Foster also singled out the
performances of first-year runner
Molly McClimmon and junior

Amy Bannister.
"Amy came back and ran better
this weekend. She didn't have a
good race last week. Molly ran
well, too. For a freshman to finish
eighth, that's just great," Foster
said.
Individual performances aside,
the team as a whole accomplished
its goal as well. Foster said that the
team had been working on staying
together asba pack during the race.
"We talked about having our top
five runners finish within about a

minute of each other," Foster said.
At Michigan State the
Wolverines hit that mark with
Bannister crossing the finish line as
Michigan's fifth runner just 1:09
behind Rowand. Rowand finished
the race in a time of 17:32. 4
The "pack" will be at home
looking to continue its winning
ways this weekend as hosts of the
Michigan Intercollegiates
Championships. It will be the
team's only home meet this season.

Blue
men
finish

by Todd Drucker
Daily Sports Contributor
The Michigan men's cross country team, composed
primarily of first-year runners, encountered a problem
at the Michigan State Invitational Saturday that did not
come as a surprise to coach Ron Warhurst. That
problem: rookie runners areoften inconsistent.
"They all came to run and we didn't," said Warhurst
in response to his team's disappointing fourth-place
finish. Although Warhurst expected to bow out to a
powerful Kansas team, he was quite shocked to dis-
cover that Michigan finished behind Ohio State and
Michigan State as well.
Out of the four teams participating in the race, the
Wolverines finished with a score of 96 points, which
put them 32 points away from third-place Ohio State,
and a stunning 68 points behind first-place Kansas.
After the race Warhurst repeatedly stressed that,
"freshmen usually run inconsistently." and seemed to

be confident that his team's less that stellar
performance was not indicative of their true talents.
Warhurst is impressed with his rookies' progress and
maintains that every race is valuable in that the more
experience a runner has, the better his future
performances will be.
Sean Sweat crossed the tape first for the Wolverines
to place 15th at the event, while Darrly Eddy and Chris
Childs finished second and third for Michigan, placing
18th and 20th respectively.
Michigan's next contest will be the Wolverine
Invitational held in Ann Arbor on Oct.16, and then
they are off to Madison, Wisconsin for the Big Ten
Championships on Oct. 27. Warhurst hopes that by
the Big Ten meet the froshes will have enough
experience under their belts to eliminate their earlier
inconsistencies, and in turn, make Michigan's presence
known.

dismally

BADGERS
Continued from Page 1
Their offense isn't very good right
now, but you build a program with
defense. And their defense was
impressive today."
Eventhough the loss puts
Wisconsin (1-3 overall , 0-1 in the
Big Ten) in its familiar cellar
position, Wisconsin head coach
Don Morton did find some high
points.
"We're going to keep
improving," Morton said. "A loss
is a loss and it's just like any other
loss, but there are some definite
positives that we can take from this
game. We're going to get better
offensively and our defense is going
to remain the best part of our
team."
"We are a good football team
even though we're only 1-3," said
Badger outside linebacker Tim
Knoeck. "We're going to surprise
some people this year. We surprised
Michigan and we'll do it to others
as well."

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breks away on a touchdown run in the third quarter of Michigan's 24-0

Michigan running back Tony Boles
rout of Wisconsin.

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by Adam Benson
and Adam Schrager
Daily Football Writers
Wisconsin did not get a win
against Michigan, but they did put
an end to an ugly streak in their
battles against the Wolverines.
The Badgers had allowed
Michigan to score in 25 straight
quarters, until the Wisconsin
defense stifled Michigan in the first
quarter.

zone since 1976.
-Lance Dottin's interception
return for a touchdown was
Michigan's first since 1985.
Garland Rivers picked off a pass and
took it back for a score-strangely
enough, against Wisconsin.
-Bo Schembechler is now 21-0
in fourth games of a season.
-Back spasms in the pre-game
warm-ups hindered J.J. Grant
throughout most of the afternoon.
Grant's injury definitely irritated
Schembechler: "I don't know how
you get hurt in a warm-up. I
remember back in the '70's, we
used to go out to warm-up and
opposing coaches used to come to
the end zone to watch us warm-up.
That's how hard we hit. We don't
warm-up like that anymore, so I
don't know how someone got
hurt."

SCHRAGER
Continued from Page 1
landed five-yards short. And that
was all in the first quarter.
"If I'd been sitting up there, I
would have done the same thing,"
said Schembechler.
Saturday's game joined the
UCLA matchup as the second out
of three games that Schembechler
said "we didn't deserve to win."
With its next two games on the
road against Michigan State and
Iowa, there is definitely cause for
concern. If Wisconsin can stop the

Wolverine ground game, then one
can predict that Michigan State will
never let it get going. After all,
State has stifled the offenses ofA
Notre Dame and Miami-the top
two teams in the country.
The return of injured starting
quarterback Michael Taylor next
week might be all the Michigan's
needs to get its 33 rpm offense
moving at 78 rpm. Schembechler,
though, wouldn't address the State
game until "I cat."
After Saturday's ugly 24-point
victory, that meal may have
required something to coat his
stomach.

-While the offense struggled, the
defense retained its previous form
against the Badgers. Michigan has
shut out Wisconsin the last two
games at Michigan Stadium. In
fact, no Wisconsin player has
entered a Michigan Stadium end

Sports Monday
Associate Editors
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Mike Gill

Night Editor
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Assistant Night Editor
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