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Page 10 -The Michigan Daily -Friday ,September 28, 1990

Athletic
Dept. $2.8
million
in debt
by Matt Rennie
"Daily Sports Writer
The Michiganathletic department
announced yesterday that it plans to
run a $2.8 million deficit during the
1990-91 academic year, the largest in
its history.
Robert DeCarolis, assistant
athletic director in charge of business
affairs, told the Board in Control of
Intercollegiate Athletics of the
anticipated deficit at yesterday's
meeting. While the deficit was
hardly unexpected, the magnitude of
the figure is slightly staggering.
The department anticipated to be
$1.4 million in the red last year,
while the actual debt was $317,000.
DeCarolis explained that several
figures in the budget are estimated
rather conservatively.
"In terms of post-season revenue,
we did not project that we would be
going to the Rose Bowl, although
we hope we do," DeCarolis said.
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Men

'S

soccer rolls

into Illinois tourney

by Andrew Brown
Daily Sports Writer
The Michigan men's soccer club
hopes to continue its winning ways
this weekend when it plays in a six
team tournament at Illinois.
Michigan will be joined by
Illinois, Iowa, Iowa State, Missouri,
and Purdue. The tournament begins
for the Wolverines Saturday with
games against Illinois and Iowa.
Then they play Missouri early Sun-
day. If Michigan wins all three, it
advances to the finals later in the
day.
Presently, the Wolverines hold a
5-3 record with a three game win-
ning streak. But they have not
played a game in two and a half
weeks.
"This was really poor schedul-
ing," club member Rob Albritton
said. "But we are doing a lot of work
to stay together."
Actually, there was a game
scheduled last week against Eastern
Michigan which was postponed. A

makeup date has not been set.
Michigan will look to change
things up a little bit this weekend as
it plans to implement a new offense.
"We are looking for scoring from
Doug Spamer and Todd Neff,"
Albritton said.
The Wolverines' three starting
midfielders are out with injuries so
Michigan will look for big things
from the forwards. This new offense
should provide the team with a better0
opportunity for scoring production.
"We must compensate the injury
problem with a big offensive at-
tack," Albritton said.
If one looks at past success,
Michigan should fare pretty well this
weekend. The Wolverines tied Illi-
nois and beat Iowa last year.
"We have improved a lot since
the beginning of the year," Albritton g
said. "I think we have a shot at win -
ning the tournament. If we don't, I
know we will make it very interest-
ing.,,

"That figure will go up if we figured
wrong."
Another factor contributing to the
decrease in revenue stems from the
current football schedule. Michigan
split the gate receipts from the home
contest with UCLA 50-50, as
opposed to last year's game with
Notre Dame, which received a
predetermined flat rate.
DeCarolis' committee also pro-

jected lower revenues from bask-
etball ticket sales, as a result of the
team losing the entire starting lineup
from last season.
Interim athletic director Jack
Weidenbach was not surprised by
DeCarolis' report, but he did express
concern about the future.
"A budget deficit is always worri-
some," Weidenbach said. "I believe
that if we in athletics do not get hold

of the expense side of the ledger, we
are going to be in trouble."
What would help athletic
departments stay in the black is
more people like Lucille Thomas.,
Thomas recently left the department
$250,000 in her will to be put
toward a scholarship endowment
fund.

On the road again: 'M'
stickers challenge CMU

Women
golfers
hit links
at MSU

by Josh Dubow
Daily Sports Writer

by Rich Levy
Daily Sports Writer
"I hope this (Saturday's score of
308; Sunday's 308) will turn things
around," said women's golf coach
Sue LeClair, as the Lady Wolverines
rallied from last place to finish sixth
among Big Ten teams last weekend
at tournament in Wisconsin.
This weekend the team travels to
Michigan State, where Michigan
will compete against 13 schools,
four of them from the Big Ten: Ohio

State, Purdue, Wisconsin, and host
Michigan State. Last year in East
Lansing, the Wolverines finished
third behind strong performances
from Becky Hayes, Wendy Bigler,
Kristin Beilstein, and Mary Hart-
man. Michigan State placed second
on its own turf, outscored only by
Nebraska.
Said LeClair: "If we play like we
did in the last two days (of last
weekend's tournament), we'll do
fine."

The Michigan field hockey team
travels to Mount Pleasant today for a
match against Central Michigan,
hoping to improve on their 5-2
record. The Wolverines will try to
continue the strong play they
displayed this past weekend in
posting impressive 2-0 and 3-0
victories over Ball State and Michi-
gan State, respectively.
Senior midfielder Josee Charvet,
who scored two goals Sunday
against Michigan State, looks for
this game to be similar to past
matches between the two schools.
"It has always been competitive
between us," Charvet said. "They
have a solid defense, but if we can

continue playing our style as we did
this weekend, we should be able to
win.
The Chippewas played a match
earlier this year in Ann Arbor
against Northwestern, losing 8-3.
First-year forward Kalli Hose, after
seeing CMU, describes the Chippe-
was as a "scrappy team that works
hard on the field." Hose also
expressed the same sentiments as
Charvet.
"If we can play up to our level of
play, instead of down to their's, we
should win," Hose said. "We need to
continue to play with the same high
intensity level we displayed this past
weekend.'

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All of which leads to the question
of how Michigan's pass defense
will hold up against the Terps
upcoming air attack. Last week
against UCLA, Michigan allowed
sophomore quarterback Tommy
Maddox to throw for 353 yards and
keep the Bruins within striking
distance for most of the game.
Moeller, for his part, is not
concerned.
"We're up 21-0 (vs. UCLA),"
Moeller said. "Put yourself in the
place of (defensive coordinator)
Lloyd Carr. You're thinking 'let's
not screw this thing up'. You can't
give up big plays.
"We do expect our defensive
secondary to play better, though."
On the other side of the field,
Maryland has held opponents to just
over 13 points a game. "You're not
going to believe this," Moeller said,
"but, to date, their defense will give
us more problems than any team
we've faced this year."
Moeller's concern centers on the
fact that the Terrapins boast an
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same defense that gave up 21 points
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