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Volleyball
vs. Indiana
Friday, 7:30 p.m.
Varsity Arena
The Michigan Daily

SPORTS
Tuesday. September 25, 1990

Football
vs. Maryland
Saturday, 1 p.m.
Michigan Stadium
Page 10

Leg injury

sidelines

linebacker

Milligan

Defensive captain out for at least four weeks; Dobreff and Bohn to platoon during absence."

by Erie Lemont
Daily Football Writer
Michigan's 38-15 victory over UCLA Saturday came
at an unexpected price: the loss of inside linebacker
John Milligan for a minimum of four weeks.
Coach Gary Moeller told a press gathering yesterday
that the senior linebacker and co-captain injured his leg
sometime in the first quarter. Moeller described the
injury as almost identical to that suffered by punter
Chris Stapleton several weeks ago. Both injuries
occurred without bodily contact from another player.
"He made a cut and it got twisted," Moeller said.
"This really hurts."
Milligan was leading the team in tackles.(20)
through two games this year and ranked second to safety
Tripp Welborne (11) in solo tackles. In addition ,
Milligan was coming off what Moeller called his best
game of the season last week against UCLA.
Doctors will remove Milligan's cast in two days to
decide whether or not surgery will be performed to place
a pin in the injured leg. In Milligan's absence, first-year
player Dave Dobreff will fill in, as will junior Chris
Bohn.
"It's really a concern because at that position you
have to make a lot of adjustments," Moeller said, "plus
you take all that experience out of there."
Asked about the capability of Dobreff, Moeller said
that he's a "fly around kid who has a sense for being a
linebacker. When you elevate someone to first team
they often play like a first-teamer. At least they better."
At outside linebacker, Alex Marshall, who reinjured

a sprained ankle against Notre Dame, has recovered
enough to be available to play Saturday against
Maryland, backing up Martin Davis and Neil Simpson.
To add injury to injury, Moeller also announced that
center Steve Everitt suffered a hip pointer that will
sideline him for three or four days. Everitt will be able
to play Saturday as well.
SYMPATHY TOWARD SPARTANS: Moeller had
this to say about Michigan State's last-minute loss to
Notre Dame last weekend: "I really believe if you
hustle, you make your own breaks in life. They're
(MSU) sick about it and they should be sick about it. I
guess that's football." Michigan State cornerback Todd
Murray had a chance to seal the game with an
interception with only seconds left in the contest.
Instead, the ball bounced off of Murray's chest and into
the hands of an Irish receiver to set up the winning
touchdown.
KICKING CAPER: Kicker J.D Carlson kicked
three straight kickoffs out of bounds against UCLA,
costing Michigan 15 yards in penalties. The crowd
cheered when his fourth kick managed to stay in
bounds. "Obviously, we can't let that happen," Moeller
joked. "I told him that's not the Rocket (Notre Dame's
Raghib Ismail) back there."

John Milligan (30) takes a breather after stopping a UCLA drive. Unfortunately, the breather will be at least four
weeks longer than he had planned because of a leg injury.

Blue golfers finish strong at W isconsin A s cae rs
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More than prestige rode on this
weekend's golf tournament in
Wisconsin. The finishing scores
decide the starting and pairings in the
Big Ten tournament in the spring.
For the first time in coach Sue
LeClair's memory, the Michigan
women's golf team will start on the
front nine with the front-runners.
The task was made difficult by
the high first round scores. As
LeClair said before the tournament,
their course would be determined by
their first round play. After shooting
a 333, the Lady Wolverines found
themselves dead last behind all Big
Ten teams.
"I really cannot find a reason for
the high scores, perhaps they are
putting too much pressure on

say, however, that I am very pleased
that the team is able to remove
whatever obstacles exist and improve
on each successive day. It is better
than the other extreme."
Knowing they needed to pass
three teams to start on the front nine
at the Big Ten tourney, the
Wolverines did not give up. Led by
sophomore Wendy Bigler's 77, the
golfers began their assault on the
other Big Ten teams. Carding a 320,
an improvement of thirteen strokes,
Michigan ended its second day ahead
of both Ohio State and Purdue.
With the stage set for a rewarding
finish, each of the scoring golfers
stayed the same or bettered their
scores. Junior Kristen Beilstein shot
a 78, 13 strokes above the previous

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Zonder (83-80-75), Wendy Bigler
(84-77-77), and Becky Hayes (80-79-
78), the squad finished the
tournament with a 308.
Michigan's score placed it below
the 310 plateau, a mark which only
Minnesota achieved. At day's end,
the Wolverines ranked sixth among
Big Ten teams.
At the front of the pack, the
Minnesota squad generated great
excitement. With their tournament
low 303 on Sunday, they were able
to pass the leader and defending
champion, Indiana.
Concentrating on the positive,
senior Becky Hayes downplayed the
importance of the first round action.
"More important than our play in
the first round, or possibly even

that we (the entire golf squad) are
confident in our ability to play this
course," Hayes said. "I was
impressed by the way we improved
to the way we knew we could play.
It really will give us a boost when
we play in the- Big Ten
Championships on this course next
spring."
For the time being, Hayes and
the rest of the squad will have to be
content to play at Michigan State
next weekend.

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Come to the Third Annual Job Fair September 27,
from 1-7pm in the Grand Court.
Participating Briarwood merchants will set up in the Grand Court to accept
applications to discuss employment opportunities with you. They'll be recruiting full
and part-time employees for dozens of different management and staff positions.
To apply, simply fill out a form at the registration table and leave copies with the stores
that interest you.

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Several colleges of Oxford University have invited the Wash-
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dents are directly enrolled in their colleges and receive. transcripts
from their Oxford college: this is NOT a program conducted by a
U.S. College in Oxford. 3.2 minimum index in major required.
An alternative program which is sponsored by a U.S. Univer-
sity is available for students with minimum indexes of 2.7. Stu-
dents will have social and athletic rights in an Oxford college, and
the fees are substantially less.
Since 1986, students recommended by WISC have been
directly enrolled (and received transcripts from) five of forty col-
leges and halls which compose the University of Oxford. these stu-
dents previously studied at over 64 leading U.S. colleges. Written
or telephone evaluations from previous students are available
upon request.

And if you need transportation to Briarwood, the Ann Arbor Transportation
Authority (AATA) will provide free bus tokens to help you get to the job fair.
For more information, call 761-9550.
So if you're looking for a job with a lot of style, shop around. At Briarwood of course.

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