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Friday, April' 21, 1972

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Females invade IM volleyball

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By JEFF CHOWN
The Residence Hall Intramur-
al program took on a new di-
mension Wednesday night. For
the first time girls were used in
IIM competition, iih the last vol-
leyball game of the year.
Representing Taylor house of
South Quad, the girls, Cathy
Stepien and Chris Turpel, were
both members of the Taylor co-
ed corridor, thus qualifying
legally for the 'A' volleyball
game they played in.
It wasn't an important game,
the championship for the fourth
place bracket, but Taylor almost
won. They were ahead 3-2 using
the girls in the best of seven
match. They then elected to go
with all-male lineups for the
last two matches and conse-
quently lost both.
It wasn't a women's lib de-
monstration as Miss Stepien
commented, "I just played be-
cause we're as much a part of

Taylor house as thedboys, we're
all really close, !and we enjoy
doing things with them."
But it doesn't' matter whether
you win or lose, it's how you
play the game, as Miss Turpel
quipped, "I only wish I had
started earlier in the season, be-
cause I really had fun. But, I
need more practice to play bet-
ter."
Apparently they did well, as
referee Tim Thieme added. "The
girls played as well as some guys
I've seen. It also seemed that
the guys were letting them play
a lot. Some of the guys in the
co-recreational league will hog
the ball away from the girls."
Director of Intramural ath-
letics Norm Parsons commented
"We do have a coed league and-
I had thought that the residence
halls would be kept primarily
male. But it's thekstudents' pro-
gram and we want to keep it
that way. The only time I would
get concerned would be in ice-
hockey or football, where a
question of liability comes up."

The members of the Reeves
house team didn't seemto mind
playing against girls as their
captain Bob Kay said. "I
thought it was good because
girls in our society are forced
into roles like staying inrthe
house and playing with dolls.
It'd eliminate a lot of hangups
about sex and we'd have a com-
pletely different society if we
had more of this."
Using a more male chauvinis-
tic approach, Reggie Lewicki
commentedon the psychological
advantage; "I think Cathy in
her Taylor house T-shirt was
really stunning and often dis-
tracted the guys on the other
team. On the other hand it
probably distracted the guys on
our team and the referee for
that matter."
Bill'Collins summed it up for
the other team members. Tom
Steinhelper, Rich Lark, and Ter-
ry Curring saying; "Some of my
favorite people are girls and I
like to see them play."

hit Kansas,
By MIKE GLUCKSTEIN
While most of the team is participating in the
Ohio State Relays this weekend, the rest of the
Michigan track-men -will travel to the prestigious
Kansas Relays.
Michigan's fine 440 relay team will take on
some of the country's best combinations at Kans-
as. Kansas. Oklahoma State, Texas, and Texas
Southern all have been near the 40 second mark
However, coach Dixon Farmer is very optimistic
about his men's chances.
The 440 team has already hit 40.5 this year.
According to Farmer, "It's amazing that they
could do that on their first time out." He feels
that they will eventually be able to get under
40 once their passes, timing, and beat improve.
Steve Adams will face his toughest competition
of the year this weekend. Adams, who is entered
in the Invitational shot put, will take on Randy
Matson, the world record holder and Olympic
Champion, Karl Salb, a Kansas grad and three
time NCAA champ: and Al Fuerback who became
the second man to heave the shot over 70' two
weeks ago.
Adams' double win at Knoxville last weekend
cast him as one of the four shot-discus men in
the country. Reaching the Olympic qualifying
mark of 62' would have to be his immediate goal,
according to Farmer. Also, Steve would like to

Farmer is still unsure as to where he will
send his middle and distance men. However, it
seems that most of them will see Columbus.
Assuming they do not go to Kansas, Mike Pierce
and Bill Bolster will face a stiff challenge from
MSU's Ken Popejoy and EMU's Gordon Minty.
During the indoor part of the schedule, Pope-
joy almost singlehandedly beat Michigan in a
dual meet at East Lansing.
Kim Rowe is hoping to prove himself to the
Columbus fans in the 440. In the Big Ten indoor
meet held in Columbus this year, Rowe was dis-
qualified. He is now running better than ever
and should place high this Saturday.
Last weekend Eric Chapman whipped off his
best time since high school in the 880. His timhe
of 151.4 beat his old mark by .1 and as a result
of his showing, he should be right up among
the leaders at OSU.
Godfrey Murray will have a great opportunity
running at Kansas but his hardest meet will be
the Martin Luther King gamds at Philadelphia on
May 14. There he will face Rod Milburn and
Olympic Champ Willie Davenport. Murray, after
failing to score at the indoor meet, is .expected
to be one of the favorites at the outdoor meet.
At the Big Ten meet in Cl ampaign in' May,
Farmer hopes the team will be able to improve
upon their fifth place finish both indoors and
out in the past year. "The key is whether every-
one is healthy. If they are, we Will be tough,"
Farmer remarked.

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