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November 11, 1981 - Image 10

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ge 10--Wednesday, November 11,

1981-The Michigan Daily

11-8-1 season satisfies stickers

With a 3-2 first round loss to Western
linois in the AIAW Midwest Regional
eld hockey tournament, the Michigan
ickers wrapped up their season with
-8-1 record.
Although this year's won-loss record
as almost identical to last year's 11-8
lark, Michigan head coach Candy
ientek feels this year's team is better
ian the 1980 team:
"I WAS VERY satisified with our
eason performance," she said. "We
ad a very strong . team this- year -

much stronger than previous years.
The difference was in the level of com-
petition. ' We dropped a lot of the
weaker teams and added tougher
teams such as the Big Ten champion,
Iowa. I just was happy we were able to
maintain our record."
Junior forward Sara Forrestel and
freshman right inner Lisa Schofield led
the Wolverine scoring attack.
Forrestel chalked-up the most overall
points with nine goals and two assists.
Schofield was the sticker's leading goal
Scorer with 10 this season.
"Iwas very pleased with my perfor-
mance," said Schofield. "I also think
the team did well. We really improved
our individual skill level, especially on
the forward line."
Tumblers fall to York


The Wolverine gymnastics team
travelled to Canada last weekend only
to find that they were less than
welcome guests. The tumblers invaded
Toronto for a meet against York
University and the University of Toron-
to, and although they breezed past the
host squad, the men from York stood on
guard for Canada and handed the tum-
blerstheir opening loss of the season.
York's team score of 259,9 was just a
little more than a point above
Michigan's mark of 258.6. Toronto was
a distant third with a total of 239.5.
AND ACCORDING to head coach
Newt Loken the score could have been
even closer. The team competed
without the services of all-arounder
Milan Stanovich, who suffered a
shoulder injury in the compulsory com-
"Milan had a painful fall in the
parallel bars on Saturday," said Loken.
"The next morning it was still pretty

sore, so we iced it and decided to hold
him out."
According to Loken, this decision
may have cost Mighigan four points.
Another reason for the loss, however,
might be found in the pommel horse
competition. The team managed only
38.15 points in this event, the lowest
total in all six areas. Dino Manus' mark
of 8.7 was the high for the Wolverines.
"I GUESS the pommel horse is our
Achilles' heel right 'now," admitted
But the meet was not without its good
points. Kevin McKee sparkled in the
floor exercise with a 9.5 and brother
Mike was close behind with a 9.4. The
team .score of 46.0 was the highest
among the "Michigan totals and "ex-
ceptional"in the words of Loken.
The team's total score was 14 points
better than last year's opening score,
which came, ironically enough, against
York in Canada.
Next weekend the Wolverines are
back in the home of the brave as they
compete in the Bronco Invitational All-'
Around classic at Western Michigan,
November 13th.
Harriers fourth in Big Tens
Senior Gerard Donakowski paced
coach Ron Warhurst's harriers to a
fourth place in the Big Ten Champion-
ships held this weekend at the Univer-
sity of Minnesota.
Donakowski's third place finish was1
tops for Michigan, which finished the
meet with 124 points. Wisconsin, after
placing all seven of their runners in thel
top 15, won the meet with a total of 27j
points. Illinois and Minnesota finished
second and third with 60 and 75 points

BESIDES Donakowski, the only other
Michigan runners to finish in the top 30
were sophomore Jim Schmidt (16th)
and freshman Bill Brady (28th).
"I think it was our best performance
of the season," said Coach Warhurst.
"We came back and beat Indiana and
Purdue after they both had beaten us byr
100 points earlier this season at the
Notre Dame Invitational."

The playoffs began this past weekend for intramural football and the
following are summaries of games played on Sunday.
Destroyers 16, Heller's Boys 0: Mike Stencel connected on two passes, one to
Mike Dumas and the other to Mike Wujeiak to lead the Destroyers over
Heller's Boys.
Scam Machine 22, Aberg Warriors 12: On the first play from scrimmage
Mike Rucinski intercepted a Warrior pass and ran it in for a touchdown,
,paving the way for an easy win. Rucinski then went on to throw two touch-
down passes to Doug Neary. "We played pretty rugged and we outhit them,"
said team member Kurt Wyman. "We're confident now that we're going to-
win the 'B' Division."
Spud Boys 24, Ottoman Empire 0: Ali! Ali! These were the chants heard
Sunday as Ali Ucar passed for three touchdowns and ran for one, to lead the
Spud Boys to a convincing victory. Bob Gantz, Matt Riley, and Mark Sch-
midt each were on the receiving end of Ucar's passes. Despite the lopsided
win, Gantz was rather pessimistic on the team's chances of winning the
tournament, saying that "we have no chance of making the finals."
Taylor House 20', Butler 14: Bob Mitchell caught a Dave Riley pass with four
minutes remaining to guide unbeaten Taylor to a narrow win. Taylor took
the early lead as Mitchell ran back a punt return. However, Butler tied the
game up as the first half ended. Taylor's second score came on a 20-yard
pass from Riley to Gary Blanton. After Taylor went ahead 20-7 Butler scored
again, but it was not enough, as time ran out.
MacLow Profiels 16, W.Q. Williams 6: After Williams scored to go ahead 6-0,
Todd Walker returned the succeeding kickoff and the Profiels never looked
back as they coasted to victory. RostyJackson threw two TD passes, one to
Harold Brazil and the other to Walter Rose, accounting for the other scores.
Despite a 1-2 record in the rgular season, Jackson feels his team is finally
putting it together. "We're moving the ball better and cutting-down on the'
Elliott Zukowski's 8, Fletcher 9: Following a Dan Weber interception,
Brooks Gerbitz combined. with Howard Fingeroot for a touchdown and the.
extra points with less than two minutes left to guarantee the Zukowski's the
Fubars 26, Little Sis 6: Elaine Satyshur to Doug Neary wasthe magic combo
as they accounted for three touchdowns to lead Fubars in a battle of two un-
beatens. Satyshur threw to Robin Coppelnick for the other TD. The going,
however, does not get any easier as team member Greg Schiller attests.
"We play last year's champions, the.Nitwits, next and if we get by them, I
think we could win it."
Crusaders II 8, Awesome Giants 6: Susan Perry intercepted three passes
igniting the Crusaders to a playoff win. Katie McNamara threw to Chris
Zaugg for the touchdown and Karen Perry ran it in for the extra point to lock
up the game. "We'are just getting organized," said Zaug. "We have great
women athletes, which makes the differencein Co-Rec."
High Ho's 14, Couzens 0: Two second-half passes and, safety enabled the
High Ho's to blank Couzens in first-round playoff action. Cheryl Woods hit
Ron Ronquist on a 40-yard pass and then, later connected with Joel
Serowoky on a 20-yard strike.
The IM Digest relates briefly the activities of the Michigan intramural
program during the previous week. This week's information was
compiled by Daily sportswriter Randy Berger.


S. Forrestel
...point leader in '81

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... pleased with team's results
SENIOR BILL O'Reilly concurred
with Coach Warhurst's appraisal of the
team effort, and particularly praised
the performances of Schmidt and
Brady .
."They both ran a super race for not
having that much experience in cham-"
pionship meets," said O'Reilly.
Warhurst is now planning to direct
his efforts towards'preparing the team
for the districts in Milwaukee.
Philadelphia 95, Detroit 93
New York 111, New Jersey 99
Indiana 109, Cleveland 102
Boston 90, Washington 84
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Expires Saturday, November 21, 1981

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Residence Hail
van Tyne Blue 18, Hinsdale Yentzers 0
Taylor House 20, Butler 14

M= Scores
Elliott Zukowski's 8, Fletcher 6
Couzens Killers 34, Hamilton Futher Muckers 0
MacLow Proftels 8, W.Q. Williams 6
Psycho Rides Again 12, Swillerettes 0
Boys in Business 14, Trihobezoar 0

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