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Club Sports Roundup
RUGBY
Paced by a potent offense and a tough defense, the Michigan Rugby Club A
side, handily defeated the Detroit Rugby Club, 17-4, Saturday at Elbel Field.
Scoring for Michigan were Lane Bertrand, Ian Chapman, and Brian Van
Deusen each with one try apiece and Don Hoch with one conversion and one
penalty goal.
Michigan's performance is especially impressive because the team was
forced to play a man short for most of the match as one player was thrown
out of the game early on, following a small scuffle.
The B side, also playing Detroit, won a close match, 7-4, with the scoring
coming from Mark Hoch on a penalty goal and Richard Dutton with a try.
"This was an excellent match for the B side," said Weber. "Detroit alwyas
has an experienced B side and some of our players were playing for the first
time. They really performed well, playing better than most new members do
in their first games."
Both the A and B sides next matches will be this Saturday against the Lon-
don Rugby Club from London Ontario in noon matches at Elbel Field.
UNDERGRADUATE SOCCER
The Michigan Undergraduate Soccer Team improved its record to an im-
pressive 3-1 as they shut out an aggressive Central Michigan University
team 2-0.
The CMU offense never had a chance as the strong Michigan defense con-
tinually repelled scoring threats throughout the match. Michigan's offense
continued to look extremely impressive as they used passing and expert ball
control to overcome the CMU defense.
Scoring for the Michigan team were Peter Herrmann and Bruce Davidson.
Davidson explained, "Our defense played very well, keeping their attacks
down. We maintained our composure against a very aggressive team and
that's why we were able to win."
The Undergraduate Team will look to better its record this Wednesday
evening as they take on Northwood Institute. The match will be held at 7:30
p.m. at Ferry Field.
GRADUATE SOCCER
The Graduate Soccer Club participated in two matches last week facing
both Wayne State and the Michigan Undergraduate squad.
The Graduate team emerged victorious against the experienced Wayne
State club. Michigan fell behind early on as Wayne State scored two quick
goals during the first half of play. Finally, Michigan's Jim Landau answered
the Wayne State scoring spree with a key goal.
Following Landau's goal, Uwe Tleban took command of the Michigan of-
fense leading the Graduate Team to a 4-2 victory.
Against the Michigan Undergraduate squad, the Grads were unable to
generate a consistent offensive threat as they were beaten by a score of 3-2.
Walt Bianchi played well for the Graduate Team, however, scoring one goal
and leading the offense throughout the day.
The Graduate Team's next match will take place this Saturday against a
presently undetermined opponent.
WOMEN'S SOCCER
Michigan Women's Soccer Team had a tough day against a fine Michigan
State squad last week as they were defeated by a score of 6-2. Despite the
loss, the Michigan team showed a marked degree of improvement as the of-
fense passed more and seemed to be more aggressive while controlling the
ball.
The women's next match is against the Ohio State team this Friday.
WATER POLO
The Michigan Water Polo Club travelled to Columbus, Ohio Saturday to
participate in the Ohio State Water Polo Tournament and came away with a
second place finish.
Michigan had little trouble in their opening match crushing Dennison
University 20-2. High scorers for Michigan were Russ Berger and freshman
Matt Buzzard with five goals each and Eric Yamauchi with three goals.
Cleveland State gave Michigan a more competitive game in the second
round but Michigan still won with little trouble 21-13. Once again Berger and
Yamauchi along with Dale Ammon led all scorers with three goals apiece.
Michigan finally lost as Ohio State defeated them, 14-10, in a game marked
by controversy to take the tournament title. Berger turned in a three-goal ef-
fort while Yamauchi and Ammon each had a goal.
The Ohio State game was controversial because Michigan was forced to
play the game immediately following their game against Cleveland State.
"We were set up," said Berger. "They made us play two games in a row
and that is not legal. They only outscored us in one period but we still lost. We
are going to file a formal appeal with the Mid-West Water Polo Conference
office."
Michigan's next tournament will be at Cleveland State on October 17.
The Club Sports Roundup relates briefly the activities of the Michigan
club sports during the previous week. This week's information was
compiled by Daily sportswriters Larry Mishkin and Mark Wolf.

Michigan athletes pace
fraternity charity run

The Michigan Daily-Tuesday, October 6, 1981-Page 9
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By SARAH SHERBER
Almost three hundred runners forged
through the cold and rain Sunday to
compete in the Lamda Chi Alpha
Second Annual Road and Fun Race.
Michigan athletes, past, present and
future, dominated the charity event as
they consistently finished before the
remaining participants.
DAVE LEWIS, LAST YEAR'S cap-
tain of the Michigan cross county team,
led the field of some 150 runners during
the 7.3 mile run. By the five mile mark
he clearly had control, averaging five
minute miles. He won the mini
marathon with a time of 35:30. 11.
Another former Wolverine trackster,
John Potts, finished second at 3:22.26.
Don Passenger,sa transfer student from
the University of Kentucky and an All-
American, finished third inthenrace
crossing the tape at 36:31.40. Passenger
is unable to compete competitively at
Michigan this year due to NCAA
regulations, but will join the Wolverine
cross country team next year.
Lewis, who had been suffering from a
bad cold had no trouble taking the event.
Stil he had a high opinion of his fellow
runners, "The competition was very
good,"he said. "There were a lot of
people running in this."
FINISHING FIRST FOR the under 20
category and fifth for the entireu7.3 race
was another transfer student, Dave
Meyer. Meyer who had a time of
37:07.23 is a former Michigan State
student. After his year of ineligibility
he will also join the ranks of the
harriers.
In the earlier two mile competition
Michigan varsity athletes again
emerged victorious. Patrick DeShaw,
a hurdler for the track team won the
event with a time of 11:55. He was
followed by Michigan swimmer
Carolyn Clymer (11:56).
Clymer, who had not run in over three
weeks due to swimming practice, had
only one concern after completing the
course, "My coach is going to kill me,"
she said. "I was suppose to be at prac-
tice today."
DeSHAW WHO STARTS his second
year on the track team had very little
trouble taking the first place spot. "It
was a slow pace,"he commented. Still,
the sophomore claims he has no inten-
tion of changing his event to distance
running.
All proceeds from the race went to
the Mott / Children's Hospital. Accor-
ding to Lenny Bartoszewicz, vice-
president of Lamda Chi Alpha, ap-
proximately 750 dollars will be donated
to the c'harity now.
"Everything ran smoothly this
year," reported Bartoszewicz. "We
tripled the amount of entries this year
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Everything did not. go all that
smoothly, as one unidentified runner
passed out with only a half mile left in
the race. Two fire engines and an am-
bulance responded to the call. The run-
ner was reported to be in good condition
and was not taken to the hospital.

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... wins Fun Run

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