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SPORTS

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90 Thes Michigan Daily

Wednesday, December 2, 1981

Page 7

CagerQ
By KEN SHORE
The women's basketball team opened
its home season last night by playing its
"Harte" out in defeating the Ferris
State Bulldogs 97-69.
The team was lead in scoring by
senior Diane Dietz who contributed 22
points, but the real story centered
around freshman standout Peg Harte.
Playing with the stomach flu, Harte
managed 21 points and 6 rebounds in 34
minutes of play. The team itself,
however, was not very impressive as
Coach Soluk pointed out.
"WE DIDN'T play very well," stated
cach Soluk. "We lacked intensity
because we had seen them play
before."
Dietz attributed Michigan's lack of

whip
intensity and sloppy play to the team
"playing down to Ferris State level."
"They gave up the fast break too
much," said Dietz. "As a result we
were unable to work on our offense and
defense."
Both teams started off slowly,
throwing the ball away. At 9:40 of the
first half Michigan took control of the
game when they outscored the Bulldogs
25-6. This spurt was lead by Peg Harte
who had six points and one assist in this
stretch. The team finished the half with
50 points hitting on 71 percent from the
field, compared to the Bulldogs meager
33 percent from the floor.
THE SECOND half started out much
like the first half in which neither team
wanted to take control. But Michigan
once again took over the game midway

Ferris,
through the second stanza as they out-
scored Ferris State 22-8.
In other action, at the Grand Rapids
Press tournament over Thanksgiving,
Michigan defeated Western Michigan
93-74 and Central Michigan 85-77
respectively.
THE-HIGHLIGHT of the tournament
came in the second game when Diane
Dietz scored her 1,551 career point to
make her the all-time leading scorer in
Michigan history. Dietz finished the
tournament with 43 points and 10

97-69
rebounds. She was named co-Most
Valuable player, along with Ferris
State's Monta Ware.
The other Michigan star of the tour-
nament was center Peg Harte. Harte,
playing in her first games as a
Wolverine, averaged 28.5 points and
11.5 rebounds for the tournament.
Soluk is ecstatic over the
team's quick start, "Winning our first
three games is a great way to start the
season. This is the best Michigan team
I've ever coached."

Harte-y victory

Photo by JEFF SCHRIER
SENIOR DIANE DIETZ scores two of her team high 22 points against Ferris
State as she helped the Wolverines win their home opener, 97-69.
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*FOOTBALL
Intramural football finally came to a close last week and the following are
season summaries of some of the championship teams from the 'A' division.
INDEPENDENT
BEAVER PATROL
For the third time in the last four years, Beaver Patrol came out on top of
the Independent Division. Beaver Patrol has built a dynasty in intramural
football that would make even Bo Schembechler envious. In their nine-year
existence, Beaver Patrol has been to the finals seven times and has won the
title four times.
The team, which consists of nine players "none of which stand out as
stars," according to captain Gary Forhan, breezed through the regular
season. In its first game, Beaver Patrol smothered Disturbed Furniture 48-0
and then in pouring rain edged out the Cambridge Dogs 2-0. In its final
regular season game, Beaver Patrol easily disposed of the Weekend
Warriors 22-0.
Beaver Patrol continued its domination right into the playoffs as they beat
the Spud Boys 54-6 and the Arbory Pirates 20-0 in the opening rounds. In the
semi-finals, the Beaver Patrol came upon its stiffest challenge of the season.
Losing 20-8 late in the fourth quarter to the Bruisers, Jim Paciorek, a
Michigan baseball standout caught a Forhan pass to pull Beaver Patrol
within four points. After a Joe Goodsin interception, the Patrol marched
down the field to go ahead with less than two minutes remaining. It was only
after Beaver Patrol held the Bruisers for four plays on its own two yard line
that the Patrol could celebrate. After this win, the playoff finale was a for-
mality, as the Beaver's washed out the Warlocks 22-8.
RESIDENCE HALLS
RUMSEY HOUSE 'A'
Despite starting eight freshmen, the Rumsey House 'A' team had little
trouble in winning this year's Residence Hall title. The defense was
definitely the stronghold as Rumsey House only allowed two touchdowns all
year.
Rumsey rolled through its regular season schedule by beating Apocalypse
Now 24-0, Blagdon Scammers 46-6, and the Little Schmucks 36-0.
The Little Schmucks were Rumsey's opponents again in the opening round
of the playoffs and again were humiliated by a score of 42-0. After beating
Mitchell House 16-0, the Mojo Raiders 16-6, and the Wenley Sleeper 14-8.
Rumsey met Taylor House in the finals.
The defense not only shut down the opponents but also contributed for all
the touchdowns. Tom Phelps and Jay West scored on interception returns
and West also returned a punt back for a TD to pace the Rumsey House to a
22-10 victory.
FRATERNITY
SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON
Behind the leadership of quarterbacks Jeff Harris and Anthony Amine,
and middle linebacker Tim Hogan, Sigma Alpha Epsilon won the Fraternity
division. Spurred by a 6-0 victory over Phi Delta Theta in the semi-finals on a
Duane Kubiak catch from Harris with only 13 seconds remaining, Sigma
Alpha Epsilon went on to beat Phi Gamma Delta 8-6 in the finals.
The IM Digest relates briefly the activities of the Michigan in-
tramural program during the previous week. This week's information
was compiled by Daily sports writer Randy Berger.

MICHIGAN
fgia ft/a
D. Dietz ............... 9/15 4/6
Soullier..............5/11 1/2
P. Harte ............... 10/16 1/2
Doutt.................. 3/5 0/0
K.D. Harte ............ 8/13 0/0
Gnatkowski.......... 2/5 0/0
Donovan............. 2/6 0/0
Wiley...............3/7 1/2
Sobkow..............2/3 0/0
S. Dietz................ 0/2 0/0
Baumgart............. 1/3 0/0
Team rebounds........
Totals ................. 45/86 7/12

R A PFPts
6 5 1 22
8 5 3 11
5 1 2 21
4 1 1 6
4 5 1 16
8 0 3 7
3 0 0 4
0 0 0 0
0 0 0 2
6
54 2214 97

FERRIS STATE
fg/a ft/a
Peldys ................ 1/4 0/0
Zoyhofski ............. 2/5 1/2
Kus ................... 9/15 5/6
Ware .................. 5/18 2/2
Williams .............. 7/24 1/2
Fraser ............... 1/3 0/0
Peters ................ 1/4 0/0
Berwald ............... 3/4 0/0
Wallaker .............. 0/1 0/0
Cesarz ................ 1/6 0/0
Stark................0/1 0/0
Team Rebounds .......
Totals ................ 30/85 9/12

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R A PF Pts
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9 2 4 12
4 3 3 15
0 0 0 6
0 0 1 0
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Halftime score: MICHIGAN 50, Ferris State 32
Attendance: 250

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