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November 02, 1978 - Image 11

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The Michigan Daily-Thursday, November 2, 1978-Page 11




This week's results

Independent Competitive
Black and Blue 20 Midshipmen 'B' 0
Full Mooners 4, Badgers 1
Good Times 8, Los Chingones 0
Random Samples 6, Peace Makers 0
Tocky's Terrors 4, U-Towers 3
Pack II (W), Great Stuff (L)
Pleasant Pheasants, 8, Midshipmen 'A' 0
Fupped Ducks 26.Reemers 6
Canyon 14, Irradicators 0
Positrons S0. Apes of Wrath 0
Mountain Oysters 14, Busch Men 0
Skins 32, Atomic Stallions 0
Sun Devils 16, Sudden beath 6
Frustrated Jacks 5, CW & Company 2
Speed Merchants 14, Mack Attack 0
Red Devils 4, Abrahas :1
El Sereno Bandito 6, Show Biz Kids 0
Power House 18, Them 0
Keelsmi 6, Abeng 0
Totally Offensive 26, Forum 0
Les Entrejambes 20; 1 Phelta Thi 14
Outlaws 6, Red Shirts 4
Bones 6, Couzens Blue 0
Mad Dogs 16, Delta Eagles 0
Steeler 20, Cadavers 0
Beaver Patrol 4, Buds 2
Anarchists 3, Atomic Roosters 0
Ambatana 12, Psychology 0
Credibility Gap 8, Little Wolves 0
9-0 Silks 22, AIAA 6
Independent Recreative
DAILY LIBELS 34, Vagrants 0
Kelly's Heroes 16, Beasts 0
Newman 8, Lions 0
Stud Service 3. Portney's Complaint 1
MMB 6, Archers 0
Graduate Competitive
Corpus Delectil4, Law Booters 8
Stannous Knights 14, Nu Sigma Nu 2
DSD 'A' 16, MBA Blue 6
Pebble Creek Country Club 6, Law Wackers 5
Dental Derelicts 14, Phi Alpha Kappa 0
MBA Rced 1, Law Black & Blue 0
Aber Cadavers 5, Gold in Lays I
Law Phids 6, Law Orange 0
Phi Rho Sigma 8, Law Silver 6
Law Gold 40, MBA White I
DSD 'B' 7, MBA All-Stars 0 (f.)

Graduate Recreative
Law Bronze 18, Law Red0
Fraternity 'A'
Sigma Phi 6, Chi Psi 0
Phi Delta Theta 24, Chi Phi 6
Trigon 22, Lambda Chi Alpha 8
Delta Upsilon 8, Theta Chi 6
Sigma Phi Epsilon 28, Sigma Chi 0
Psi Upsilon 14, Kappa Sigma 0
Beta Theta Pi 2, Phi Sigma Kappa 0
,Alpha Phi Alpha 28, Tau Kappa Upsilon 0
Kappa Alpha Psi 28, Delta Tau Delta 8
Evans Scholars 24. Sigma Alpha Mu 0
Phi Gamma Delta 16, Omega Psi Phi 0
Delta Chi 8, Triangle 0
Sigma Nu 14, Theta Delta Chi 6
Zeta Psi 8, Alpha Tau Omega 6
Alpha Delta Phi 5, Sigma Alpha Epsilon 4
Fraternity 'B'
Phi Delta Theta 10, Chi Psi 0
Delta Tau Delta 12, Theta Chi 0
Lambda Chi Alpha 6, Psi Upsilon 0
Alpha Phi Alpha 6, Chi Phi 0
Beta Theta Pi 6, Theta Delta Chi 0
Evans Scholars 20, Kappa Sigma 0
Delta Upsilon 14, Zeta Psi 0
Sigma Phi Epsilon 22, Sigma Nu 6
Phi Gamma Delta 16, Alpha Delta Phi 0
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 18, Phi Sigma Kappa 6
Residence Hall'A'
St. Peter Brigade 30, Mo Jo Juggernauts 0
Oxford 'A"24, Williams 'A' 0
Douglas Nads 12, Bartlett 2
Butler 20, Little House Men 0
Douglas 7 (W),6th Floor Rowdies (L)
Frederick 20, Markley Blagdon 6
Gomberg 'A' (W), 3rd Hamilton (F)
Huberites 20, Van Tyne Vandals 0
Allen Rumsey 6, Scott House Skaggs 0
Michigan 1, Alices 0
Elliott 24, 5th Hamilton 0
Mo Jo Maulers, 26, Frost House 14
Chicagolouse12, Beast Quad 0
Reeves 6, Fisher Vikings 0
3rd Lewis 8,Rotvig 10
Wenley House 1, Douglas 5 0
Fletcher-Mo Jo Gold (df.)
Adams 8, Taylor 6

Residence Hall 'B'
Michigan 8, Kelsey 0
4th Lewis (W), Butler (F)
Kelsey (W), Butler (F)
Elliott (W), William (F)
Alices 12, Chicago 0
Reeves 8, Fletcher 0
Oxford 6, Huberites 0
Wenley 14, Gomberg 0
Chicago 8, Adams 0
Allen Rumsey 12, Alices 0
Adams 2, Allen Rumsey 0
Residence Hall Recreative
Ilamilton Four 6, What's in a Name 0
Co-Rec Competitive
MoJo Coeds (W), University Lutheran (F)
Waldo's 2, Not Much 1
Alpha Chi Sigma (W), Wenley (F)
U-Towers 18, Michigan Bar Association 0
Hunt/Taylor 14. Frost House 6
MBA4 (W), VD6 + 4 (F)
Hole in the Wall Gang (W). Little Pups (F)
Law Maroon (W), Imperial Storm Troopers (F)
Los Burros 20, Chicago 8
Little House 14, First Couzens 0
Co-Rec Recrative
Newman 6,9 Sharps & a Flat 0
Curse of Baba Yoga 18, Williams 0
Women's Competitive
Bombers 38, Bruisers 0
Alpha Gamma Delta 3, East Quad Women 2
Stockwell 8, Delta Gamma 0
Humor 6, Hunt House 0
" Independent
Cambridge Men's Club 2, Irradicators I
Fupped Ducks 3, Powerhouse 0
Beaver Patrol 3, Couzens Blue 0
Bones 3, Midshipmen 'B' 0
AICHE 3, Midshipmen 'A' 0
Forum 3, Couzens Blue 0
Graduate Team
MBA White 2,Nu Sigma I
DSD 'A' 3, Law Silver 0
MBA Green 2, D ASK 'B' 1
Dental Derelicts 3, Phi Alpha Kappa 0)

Residence Hall
Reeves 3, MoJo Juggernauts 0
Wenley House 3, Fisher [louse 0
Mo Jo Blue 3, Fletcher House 0
Allen Rumsey II 3, Van Tyne 0
Frederick House 2, Kelsey I
Oxford (W), Butler (L)
Frost House (W), MoJo Gold (L)
East Quad 3, 2nd Hamilton 0
Mo Jo Maulers (W), Gomberg iL)
Chicago 3, Huber 0
Crunch Bunch (W), Evans Scholars (F)
Blades 5, Psi Upsilon 2
Leading Lumber Jacks 2, Law Quad Gold 0
Patterson Dental 10, Scrunts 4
Murphy's Law 3, Flames 1
Central City 4, U-Towers 3
Bizad Bombers 4, Fiji Islanders 2
Beaver Patrol 3, Captains I
Co-Rec Doubles Tournament
Grace Louwsma and Howard White defeated
Mark Wilson and Judy Shirley 31-21 in the
Co-Rec Playoffs
Class B Finals: ISR . Breakers 2
Water Polo
Women's Competitive
Alpha Gamma Delta 9, Humor 5

Daily Photo by BRAD BENJAMIN
Sweating it out '

We advise...
The scores and schedules presented
on this page are as accurate as
possible. However, we suggest that you
check with the IM department to
double-check deadlines or if you tMink
your team's score was reported inac-

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Suplementing college education:

A frequently advanced theory regarding the college experience states
that some of the most important and enjoyable aspects of the 4-year learning
process occur outside of the classroom.
For Sandy Sanders, director of the University's Official's Association,
the postulate holds very true.
The classroom is the althetic field or court for Sanders, who for the past
two years has directed a program which enables Michigan students and
faculty to officiate sporting events outside of the intran'fural program,
namely those of high schools and junior high schools in the county.
The opportunity thus exists for the development of a lifetime vocation,
which could serve as a relaxing financial supplement to a fulltime career.
"We get people from all walks of life," said Sanders, who is also
Michigan's assistant intramural sports director. "Attorneys, accountants,
LSA students-they all enjoy the therapy and diversion that sports
officiating provides."
Not to mention the monetary compensation-twenty dollars for a varsity
high school contest. Pretty good walking-around money for a student.
Initially the student gains experience from refereeing IM contests in
whatever sport he/she prefers.

M' IM program has an answer

Coming soon.

IF SOME EXPERTISE is developed, along with the desire to ref at
higher levels,. Sanders is able to arrange contracts for outside games,
usually involving local high schools such as Ypsilanti, Pioneer and Gabriel
"Sincerity is a key factor. If a kid really wants to officiate as a lifetime
activity, we have the equipment and the knowhow to make him or her a
competent official," said Sanders.
Add to that the dedication. A common Sanders' practice is to travel to
the student-referee's first outside game to observe and provide on-the-spot
criticism. The immediate feedback builds confidence according to Sanders,
who himself is a product of the Michigan intramural program.
"When I was an undergrad there wasn't the amount of feedback for
officials we have now. With the additional instruction, officials are more sure
of themselves and are less likely to lose composure in a tense situation."
In addition to the hows and whys of officiating, the program provides
instruction on how to line up jobs once outside of the program; Sanders
advises getting involved with the Huron Valley Official's Association in
addition to the high school contracts already established through work in the
Michigan program.
At present, approximately forty-five people are working high school
games under the program's auspices. Reactions to the neophyte officials
have been positive, fulfilling Sanders' goal of "removing the stigma of
incompetence from IM officials."
"The Michigan officials do a much better job for us than do the Catholic
League officials in Detroit," said Ann Arbor Gabriel Richard Athletic
Director Jamie Hanlon. "The kids'are enthusiastic and they hustle. It's also
a convenience for the school and great experience for the referees,"
Two students who've gained experience and the opportunity to work
through the program are Gilbert Rodriguez and Lee Resnick. Rodriguez is
currently refereeing high school basketball throughout Washtenaw County,
while Resnick has umpired numerous high school and Adray League
baseball games in the Detroit area.
ROGRIGUEZ,A NURSING student, had no officiating experience prior
to joining Sanders' program. But through attendance at various clinics held
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Monday, November 6-
-Intramural Wrestling Officials meeting:
IM Building, 8 p.m.
Tuesday, November 7-
-Intramural Women's Paddleball singles tourney:
IM Building, 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday, November 8-
-Intramural Women's Paddleball singles tourney
continues, IM Building, 6:30 p.m.
-Athletic Training, Conditioning and Injuries Clinic
for joggers: CCRB, 6:30 p.m.-9:30 p.m.

Doily Photo by
Official Sandy Sanders BRAD BENJAMIN
keep on refereeing throughout life, to keep in touch with the game and for the
diversion it provides."
Like Rodriguez, Resnick desires to keep in touch with his game, in this
case baseball. However, Resnick intends to follow the umpiring road as far
as it can possibly take him-to the major leagues.
"After graduation, I'll get some more Adray League experience, then
attend one of the umpiring schools in the South," said Resnick, an actuarial
science major. "Following that, I'll work the semi-pro leagues and the
minors for awhile and hope for a chance."
If Resnick does get a shot at the big leagues, it won't be through a fluke;


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