T#HE MICHIGAN DAILY
Friday, December 10, 1976
Page Eight ~HE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday, December 10, 1 91~5
MIDAY QUITS SCHOOL:
LAS VEGAS - World
Heavyweight boxing cham-
pion Muhammad Ali wants
to defend his crown against
George Foreman at an un-
disclosed date, it was an-
nounced last night by sports
publicist Harold Conrad.
By TOM SHINE By The Associated Press 1 playing as much as he originally
BLOOMINGTON - Saying he hoped" and it wasn't worth de-
AS THE FALL TERM draws to a close, things have started made the wrong choice of laying his graduation to stay
' to settle down a bit at the Intramural offices as most schools, promising freshmani with the team.
divisional championships have been decided. But the lull will Mike Miday has become the The two departures leaves
only be momemtary since the IM department is already well second Indiana basketball play- Indiana with 11 players, in-
into preparations for the schedule of events for next term. er in a week to quit the team. j cluding All-American center
Maybe the game did end in a tie but Psi Epsilon still A spokesman for Coach Bobby Kent Benson.
won the Frat division A football title by seven first downs Knight said Miday told the coach Knight, however, has yet to
to six over Sigma Phi Epsilon. Wednesday he was unhappy. settle on a starting lineup. He
Ig Knight told the freshman I used a different lineup around
Lambda Chi Alpha took the B crown, knocking off Sigma ; that if he felt that way, it was Benson in each of the first three
Phi Epsilon. better for both the team and games and tried several dif-
For the fourth year in a row, Beaver Patrol traveled Miday if he quit and dropped --_-------
to the Independent Competitive A touch football final. This out of school.
time, however, it came away victorious, defeating the Miday, a 6-8 forward from
Steelers, 16-6. Canton, Ohio, first told Knight
he was unhappy in September, *ALVABL
The Condors proved to be too powerful for any one in the expressing doubts at the time
Competitive Co-Rec division, handily winning the A touch foot- about whether he wanted to be
ball crown, 16-0. a student. Knight convinced him
In the Independent Recreative league, Kyle's Killers rack- to stay in school, a spokesman
ed up its second consecutive touch football crown. said.
EMiday scored 18. points and
The deadline for Independent team entries in table tennis grabbed 11 rebounds, averaging
is January 10; paddleball is January 13; volleyball is March 14 minutes' playing time, in In- fl
14; and foul shooting is March 17. diana's first three games as the IN
Co- Rec team entry deadlines begin with racquetball, Hoosiers got off to a 1-2 startin Mr. Tony's delicioi
January 10 and continue with badminton February 1; bowl- defense of their NCAA cham-
ing, February 14; swim meet, February 15; volleyball, pionship.
March 4; and foul shooting, March 18. He started the second game
The Amaizin Blue were truly amazing in the competitive at Toledo, when Indiana's 33-
women's league, successfully defending their A touch football bame winning streak was
crown and also grabbing the Pre-Holiday volleyball title. On Saturday, senior Trent
Delta Delta Delta won the women's recreative touch foot- Smock left the team after re- El
ball A championship while Alpha Phi came out number one turning this season under a new
in the volleyball tournament. fifth-year eligibility rule. Mr. Tony's deli
Winter term team entries for the women's division are Smock, a 6-5 swingman who
due starting with paddleball doubles and badminton doubles gave up basketball his junior
on January 15; team table tennis and squash on February year to play football, scored
2; bowling on February 7; swim meet on February 9; vol- seven points in Indiana's season-;
leyball on March 14; and foul shooting on March 14. opening 110-64 victory over Sou h
Team entries for All-Campus activities for the winter term Dakota but didn'tplasaton s edSo c
are due starting January 10 for mini-soccer and handball doubles; Arealized after the first two
January 12 for ice hockey; January 24 for bowling singles; games "he wasn't going to be
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ferent combinations in Monday
night's 66-61 loss to Kentucky.
Earlier in the year, sophomore
guard Bob Bender decided to,
transfer to Duke. The 6-3 Bloom-
ington, Ill. native cited Knight
as the reason for his transfer.
"I need a strong, meaningful
relationship with a coach in or-
der for me to play as well as
I can," said Bender at the time.
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