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Page 12-The Michigan Daily- Friday, October 4, 1991
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by Jim Foss
Daily Sports Writer
resh off of a fourth-place finish
at Othe Northern Intercollegiate
Golf Tournament a week ago, the
Michigan men's golf team is eyeing
the'remaining meets on its fall
sclidule with a very optimistic out-
look. This weekend, the Wolverines
held to Columbus for the Fall
Buekeye Classic.
The 54-hole tournament (36
Saturday, 18 Sunday) will be held
on the par 72 Scarlet Golf Course.
Tlfe Big Ten teams in the field in-
clude Ohio State and Purdue. Kent
State, Bowling Green, Xavier,
Yotngstown State, Tennessee-
Chattanooga, and Coastal Carolina
will also be participating in the 12-
team field.
Vichigan coach Jim Carras feels
that, the team will go to Columbus
with a strong chance of placing high
in the tournament. "Ohio State and
Kent State will be strong," Carras
said. "But it's a smaller field than
usual, and we should be able to fin-
ish' in the top three."
the Scarlet Golf Course is used
by Ohio State to host both a spring

and fall tournament. "It's a very
difficult golf course, but now, be-
cause it's fall, the course is dry,"
Carras said. "The scores now should
be lower than the ones shot in the
Denny Sikkila and Anthony
Dietz, the two top scorers at the
last tournament, will lead the
Wolverines into Columbus. Sikkila
just missed being the individual
medalist by one shot at the
Northern Intercollegiates, and
Dietz was just three shots behind in
fifth place.
"Those two kids (Sikkila and
Dietz) played exceptionally well at
the last tournament," Carras said.
"We know that we will be more
competitive when we can get the
fourth and fifth players to come
through for us like they did."
Carras believes his team will
post better scores this year.
"I feel very strongly that this
will be a very competitive team,"
Carras said. "The practices have been
going very well. I am optimistic
about the tournament and have a
very positive feeling in general."

no place ii1
by Ryan Herrington
Daily Sports Writer
Playing at home is supposed to
be an advantage for a squad in a dif-
ficult match. The Michigan volley-
ball team hopes to test this theory
in a pair of Big Ten home matches
against Ohio State tonight and
Indiana tomorrow.
The Buckeyes (2-0 in the Big Ten,
9-3 overall) enter Ann Arbor on an
emotional high after defeating Penn
State in five games, 14-15, 6-15, 17-
16, 15-5, 18-16 last weekend. The
road victory ended the Lady Lions'
52-match regular season winning
streak as well as their 42-match
home winning streak. Buckeye coach
Jim Stone feels that his team can
sustain this high level of play in
tonight's match.
"We're getting tired of going on
the road," Stone said. "General fa-
tigue could be a problem (this
weekend). However, we have placed
it as a challenge to see if we can go
at it one more time."
Stone's team knows that it will
be facing a different Wolverine
team than in the past.
"Michigan is doing a great job. I
haven't seen them play yet, but go-
ing by their record they're a vastly
improved team," Stone said. "It
will be difficult for any team to
come into Ann Arbor and win."
Ohio State's roster has also un-
dergone some major renovations.
Stone starts three first-year players

ke home
and has no standout performer on
his bench. However, this may be an
asset rather than a hindrance.
"In the past we relied a lot on w:
(two-time all-Big Ten) Holly .
O'Leary," Stone said. "Now were in
an 'everyone has to chip in' mental-
ity. We have a more balanced team d
this year because of it."
The Wolverines (1-1, 9-3) must
come right back tomorrow and face,,
an unpredictable Indiana squad. The
Hoosiers (0-2, 3-10) got their feet,;
wet in the Big Ten last week by I
playing league favorites Ohio State "
and Penn State.
"We have signs of being a good
team, but our inconsistency is frus-
trating for the coaches and the play-',
ers," Hoosier coach Tom Shoji said.
The Hoosiers' problems stem~
from their setting position. Shoji
has two first-year setters, Nikki
Valentine and Michelle McElroy,
who are fighting for the starting
spot. Finding the right combination
has been difficult. This position
juggling has also affected Indiana's
big gun, senior outside hitter
Colleen Jordan.

Michigan volleyball coach Peggy Bradley-Doppes discusses strategy
during a time out in a match last fall. The Wolverines host Ohio State
and Indiana in their first two Big Ten home matches this weekend.

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M~en kickers hope to rebound against Butler JY

by Shawn DuFresne
14e Michigan men's soccer club
has;put Wednesday's 2-0 loss to
Michigan State in the back of its
mind. It has no time to dwell on the
asmorrow, the Wolverines will
try to improve their 5-5-1 record
when they play host to the Butler
junior varsity squad at Mitchell
Field at 4 p.m. The club is playing
against the JV squad because the
Bufltr varsity team is preparing to
face the University of Detroit Sun-
"We feel real confident about
the match, and we're very eager to
scWe goals," co-captain Dick
Hilary said. "Butler will probably
useafour fullbacks, three midfield-
ers and three forwards, which is the

style we are familiar with. Our of-
fense should be very comfortable
during the game."
The JV Butler Bulldogs are 1-1
after playing against two St. Louis
area community colleges. For the
past twoweeks, they have been
preparing for the Wolverines.
"We've come together as a team
very well," Butler forward Steve
Peck said. "The team consists of a
high number of rookies who didn't
know each other when the season
began: Our 'never quit' attitude has
united us."
Peck leads the Bulldogs in scor-
ing with two goals. Teammate Mike
Roscoe is another , Bulldog that
Michigan coach Aaron Smith will
be watching carefully. He scored
two goals in- a game that was never

"I think it's going to be a very
competitive game," Butler fullback
Bryan Kumler said. "I also predict
it to be a low scoring game."
However, the Wolverines hope
to makesit a landslide, as Michigan
forwards Doug Spamer and Reza
Sadjadpour will try to crumble the
Bulldog defense, which is led by
ShanerMoyer, Ken Urakawa, and
"Hopefully, we can control the
game and score a lot of goals,"
Michigan co-captain Hillary said.
"Our major problem is coming
through where it counts- scoring.
Our defense has been doing a great
job. Now we need the offense to
kick into gear."

Michigan's defensive fullbacks
Tim Puckett, Kelly Kuehne, and
Scott Seabolt will try to keep the
ball out of the backfield, where the
net will be protected by goalkeeper
Marc Kuiper.

"Colleen has had a rough streak
with setting problems," Shoji said.
"She has been a little frustrated, but
she played her two best games in
games three and four against Penn i
aten streak

Women look to extend unb

by Tim Rardin
Coming off a successful showing in Milwaukee last
weekend, the Michigan women's soccer team will play
at home after six consecutive road games.
The team will try to extend its current 13-game un-
beaten streak. The Wolverines currently boast an 11-0-
2 record.
Michigan was scheduled to face Central Michigan
at Mt. Pleasant yesterday, but the match was cancelled
and rescheduled for Oct. 22. The squad will host Oak-
land University Sunday at 2 p.m. at Mitchell Field.
In last weekend's tournament, after a 1-1 tie against
Illinois and a scoreless match with Marquette, Michi-
gan rallied Sunday to defeat defending national soccer
club champs Minnesota, 4-0.
In Saturday's two games, the Wolverines outshot
their opponents, 29-4. However, they could manage
only one goal in the two games. Michigan recovered
Sunday scoring four times in only nine attempts

against Minnesota.
The team finished second to Marquette in the tour-
nament. After the tie with the Wolverines, Marquette
defeated Illinois and nipped Minnesota 1-0.
Wolverine coach Phil Joyaux said that the team,.
"played pretty well the whole weekend. Even though
we tied the two games, we definitely dominated both.
We just weren't putting the ball in the net."
Joyaux also noted that the competition in Milwau-
kee was better than most of the teams Michigan has
faced this season.
"When you play against weaker competition, you
can be successful based on a difference of skill rather
than on teamwork," he said. "(Lack of teamwork)
showed this weekend. It took us a while to get back in
The Wolverines will look to improve its team
unity against Oakland, a squad also participating at the.
club level.
Peber ,4Education Day
Annual Meeting of the University's Council for Disability Concerns
The 1991 James Neubacher Award will be presented by President James
Duderstadt at 11:00am.
Time: 10am-Noon Place: Regents Room, Fleming Administration Building

The Governor of Michigan has declared October 6-12, 1991, as Investing in Ability
Week. The purpose of this special observance is to encourage employers, as well
as the general public. to focus on the abilities of individuals who have handicaps.
The University of Michigan will celebrate Investing in Ability Week with a series of
events listed below.
oaet 7th Employment Day
Equal Employment Opportunities for People With Disabilities
Panel of Speakers: Ms. Elsa Kircher Cole- General Counsel of the University of
Michigan. Ann Arbor, MI.; Mr. Thomas Hustoles- partner at Miller, Canfield.
Paddock, and Stone, Kalamazoo, MI.; Mr. Art Stine- Assistant to the Director,
Michigan Department of Civil Rights, Lansing, Mt.
Time: 11:00am-12:30pm Place: Kuenzel Room, Michigan Union
Marketing Your Abilities: The Recruiter Perspective
A panel of recruiters will share insights on job search strategies for students with
disabilities. Co-sponsored by UM Career Planning and Placement.
Time: 3:30-5:00pm Place: Anderson Room, Michigan Union

Technology That Really Makes a Difference
The Barrier Free Computer Users Group and the information Technology Division
will host a vendor display of adaptive computer technology. Large print, voice
input, speech output, braille displays and other applications designed to assist
computer users with disabilities will be on display. For more information, contact
Keith Jablonski at 482-5882 or Jim Knox at 998-7634 or MTS.
Time: loam -5pm Place: Computer Showcase, Michigan Union mail level
The Classroom Experience for Students with Disabilities
A panel of speakers: Professors and students from the University will talk about
dealing with a disability in an educational environment and providing accommoda-
tions In the classroom.
Time: 3:00 - 4:30pm Place: Penditon Room, Michigan Union
Everything You Wanted To Know About A Learning Disability But....
Theo's Gift; an episode of The Cosby Show will be followed by a discussion about
learning disabilities facilitated by Dr. Susan Vogel, Professor of Special Education.
Northern Illinois University. Hosted by Gamma Phi Beta Sorority.
Time: 7:00pm Place: 1520 South University



Keynote Speaker: Name, location and time to be announced.
et 8th Accessibility Day
TM~dy, O *
Participating In the University with a Disability
"Michigan Leaders Expand Their Awareness"
Time: 11am-Noon Place: Diag
The Wheelchair Experience: Try out a wheelchair.
Time: Noon-4:O0pm
Place: Look for stations in several campus locations.
Creating and Managing a Barrier Free Environment
Panel of Speakers Mr. Bud Krat- Chief. BarrierFree Design Division, Michigan
Department of Labor. Lansing. MI.: Dr. Ruth Lusher- Director, Ottice of Technical
and Information Services. Architectural and Transportation Barriers Compliance
Board. Washington DC. Ms. Verna Spayth- Coordinator of Advocacy. Ann Arbor
Center for Independent Living, Ann Arbor, MI
Time: 1:30-3:00pm Place: Kuenzei Room, Michigan Union
The Mad Hatters: Educational Theater for the Understanding of People with
Special Needs or Disabilities. Kalamazoo. MI. Co-sponsored by Via Hillet.
Time: 7:00pm Place: Hillel 1429 Hill Street Irwin Green Auditorium
Learning At Home and at the Office
Students, faculty and staff can go through their typical day using a wheelchair,
then discuss the experience.
Call 763-1082 or MTS@ub Eric Silberberg for registration and information.
GC0 Sn. -,

1t ay, 40 Ii Learning Disability Day
Meeting the Needs of Gifted Students With Learning Disabilities At Highly
Selective Colleges and Universities
Speaker: Dr. Susan Vogel- Professor of Special Education at Northern Illinois
University; chair of the Department of Educational Psychology, Counseling, and
Special Education; author of College Students with Learning Disabilities:
A Handbook for College LD Students, Admissions OFficers, Faculty.
and Administrators. Co-sponsored by the School Of Education.
Time: 10 am-12:30 pm Place: School of Education, Schorling Auditorium
Resources Fair
Adaptive Aids, enabling technology, and community resources will be on display
Medical supply companies, service and leader dogs, and support groups will be
Time: 10 am-3pm Place: Anderson Room Michigan Union
Where Did All These Students With Disabilities Come From and What Am I
Supposed To Do With Them?
Workshop Leader: Dr. Jane Jarrow- Executive Director. Association on
Handicapped Student Service Programs in Postsecondary Education (AHSSPPEi
Columbus, OH. To register, contact the UM Affirmative Action Ottice at 763-0235
or 747-1388 (TDD).
Time: 1:30pm-4:30pm Place: Henderson Room, Michigan League
Diversability Theater: For, By, and About People with Disabilities
Time: 7:30-9pm Place: West Lounge South Quad
Fr th Inservice Day
Teaching Assistant Training: Classroom
Accommodations for Students with Disabilities
Workshop Leader: Dr. Jane Jarrow- Executive Director. Association on Handi-





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