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Beaver Stadium in State College
after the Nittany Lions' victory Sat-
urday. The mob overwhelmed po-
lice officers stationed in the area
and tore down the goalposts in the
stadium. Over a dozen people are
expected to be charged with minor
In preparation for the possibil-
ity of such an occurrence, the nor-
mal goal posts had been replaced
with an older set, so as not to dam-
age the ones used on game day.
PREP PASSER: Louisville Male
quarterback Chris Redman had an
opportunity to see Saturday's game.
While many prep standouts come to
Ann Arbor on recruiting visits,
Redman is one of the nation's top-
five high school signal callers.
Friday night, Redman completed
20-for-31 passes for 430 yards and
seven touchdowns as his team, de-
feated Seneca, 60-0. He has 41
touchdown passes this season and
86 for his career.
4, Three wins necessary to .
FIELD HOCKEY NOTEBOOK avoid losing mark in '94
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By MARC DILLER
Daily Sports Writer
The Michigan field hockey team
entered this season with high aspira-
tions, but thus far it has not lived up to
those goals. The team's record has
fluctuated around the .500 mark all
yearlong. The Wolverines are7-8 over-
all and 3-4 in the Big Ten with only four
The Wolverines haven't finished
their regular season with a sub-.500
record since 1988, former head coach
Karen Collins' final season at the helm.
Sunday's 5-1 loss to Penn State
marked the third time in 1994 that
Michigan's record has slipped below
.500. The Wolverines will need to win
three of their last four games in order to
prevent Michigan coach Patti Smith
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dergo further tests Thursday to deter-
mine the condition's severity.
"It's something that has never hap-
pened," Knuble said of the irregular
heartbeat. "I noticed it after a check
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day, but he won't
be returning to
practice until at
ing for the week-
enuble end set with the
"Maybe I'll be back for Saturday's
game," Knuble said. "We'll just have
to wait and see."
Berenson, however, is preparing
for the weekend as if he will be without
the service of his top right wing in both
"The team knows that he leaves a
big hole," Berenson said. "But in this
situation, players can step up and I
know you sometimes see that."
Sophomore right-wing Warren
Luhning fills the vacant spot in the
Wolverines' starting line. He tallied 13
goals and six assists a year ago.
Knuble led the nation in power-
play goals with 21 and was named to
the All-CCHA second-team a year ago.
from suffering her first losing season in
"When we think about this year it
feels like we're having a great season,"
sophomore Michelle Smulders said,
"And then we look at our record and
Smulders' teammates agreed.
"Our team's a little disappointed
with the record," junior goaltender
Rachel Geisthardt said. "We're much
better than what our record shows."
Michigan has a losing lifetime
record against its two conference foes
from last weekend, Ohio State and
Penn State. Friday's 4-3 win in Colum-
bus improved the Wolverines' overall
record against the Buckeyes to 11-13-
Sunday, Michigan failed to record
its second-ever victory the Lady Lions.
Instead, the loss left the Wolverines at
1-5 in three seasons of competition
against Penn State.
The team still has to face some
tough conference competition before it
can better its season mark. Still remain-
ing on the Wolverines' schedule are
Iowa, Northwestern and Michigan
State. Each of these three teams has had
no problem disposing of Michigan in
The Hawkeyes have never lost to
the Wolverines in 26 contests between
the two. The Wildcats also have been a
thorn in Michigan's side over the years,
boasting a 24-1 record in the series.
The Wolverines' mostpromising game
then seems to be against the Spartans
who have only won 17 of 38 games
against Michigan, with six ties.
IN THIS CORNER: The Wolverines
have struggled all season long with the
penalty corner shot. However, in
Friday's Ohio State game, Michigan
defender Sherene Smith converted on
three direct goals from the penalty cor-
ner. Smith now becomes the leading
penalty corner scorer on the team with
Theonly other two Wolverines who
have scored penalty corner direct shots
were Smulders and freshman Brenda
Beaudry. In each of the games when
Michigan scored a direct shot penalty
corner, it won.
"With penalty corners you kind of
need to get in a zone or a rhythm and
then you're unstoppable like Sherene
was against Ohio State," Smulders said.
CHICAGO (AP) -The Chicago
Cubs got rid of their 11th manager in
12 years yesterday, firing Tom
Trebelhorn after a last-place finish in
the NL Central.
Trebelhorn, hired last October,
was the fifth manager fired since the
players' strike ended the season Aug.
"All I can say is I'm hoping to
have a manager and coaching staff in
place for the team's organization
meetings the first 10 days of Novem-
ber," general manager Ed Lynch said
by telephone. "I will interview Tony
Muser, but I have not made up my
mind and will probably interview at
least one or two others."
There had been speculation
Lynch, hired last week, would pro-
mote Muser, the Cubs' third base
coach, to manager. While an execu-
tive with the San DiegoPadres, Lynch
in 1992 interviewed Muser for a
Triple-A managerial job.
Chicago finished with a 49-64
record this season, second worst in
Trebelhorn's firing completed a
shakeup in the Cubs' front office.
Andy MacPhail was hired last month
as the team's president from the Min-
nesota Twins and Lynch was hired
from the New York Mets.
"This is not an easy thing to do,
but sometimes a managerial change
is necessary for an organization to
move forward," Lynch said.
Trebelhorn, who formerly man-
aged the Milwaukee Brewers, was
hired last year by former general
manager Larry Himes, who himself
was demoted to a scouting job two
Trebelhorn, 46, was promoted to
field manager on Oct. 13, 1993, after
he had spent the previous two sea-
sons as a coach under manager Jim
Trebelhorn has a career record is
471461 in his six-plus seasons as
major league manager.
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