Page 8-Wednesday, December 9, 1981-The Michigan Daily
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As the fall term comes to an end and people start studying for finals, in-
tramural activity dwindles. This allows some of the lesser known sports such
as Innertube Water Polo And Team Racquetball to gain some of the
CO-REC INNERTUBE WATER POLO'
Katfish 19, Van Tyne Tunas 5: "It looks pretty funny to watch," said
Mark Swanson, manager of the Katfish, when asked about innertube water-
polo, "but it was a lot of fun and everyone gets a pretty good workout."
This sport is a lot like regular water-polo, except you sit in an inner tube
at all times and paddle backwards with your arms for position. Seven people
play on each side and since this is a co-recreational league, three or four
players were female on each team. The scoring is slightly different also
because a goal scored by a woman counts as two points instead of one.
Nevertheless, said Swanson, "Most of our girls did the scoring," as the
Katfish, led by primary goal scorers Nancy Damgard, Terri Whalen, and
Dave Parker rolled over the Tunas. Currently 2-2 for the season, the Katfish
will play D.I.R.T., also 2-2, for the Class B playoff championship later this
Utopians 7, Farouk 3: The Utopians, no% 3-1, advanced to the Class A
championships by beating Farouk 7-3 in a defensive struggle. The Utopians
were paced by May Chiu, who scored two goals for four points, Hank
Tremaine (two), and Kevin Rumsey.who scored one goal.
Anmar Sarafa, the team's manager, said that other keys were Sue Mar-
tin and Suzanne Zeros, who played the entire game, and Paul Chiu, goalie for
the Utopians, who "stopped a lot of shots." Sarafa commented that "we kind
of put everything together the last two games, and we're playing fairly well
for a team that's never played together before."
NROTC (Navy) 2, The MCs 1: Jeff McCallister and Mark Lester both won
their singles matches by winning two out of three games each, but the Navy
failed to sweep the MCs when they had to forfeit the doubles match.
The IM Digest relates briefly the activities of the Michigan intramural.
program during the previous week., This week's information was
cofnpiled by Daily sportswriter James Lombard.
By MARTHA CRALL
During an average conversation,
Paul Kobylarz is soft-spoken and polite
to the point of shyness.
When he dons a hockey uniform,
steps onto the ice and puts his six-foot,
187-pound frame into action, however,
he is quite the opposite.
"HE'S A very physical-type hockey
player," said head coach John Gior-
dano. "He plays the body well."
His aggressive style earned the
freshman a spot on a starting line as a
right winger, although primarily a cen-
ter in high school. Against Ohio State
last weekend, Kobylarz moved back to
center with Billy Reid and Dennis May
on the wings.
He's been the most productive
freshman offensively, scoring four
goals, and adding three assists for
seven points while playing in all 12 of
Michigan's games. He is fifth in team
scoring. His biggest night as a
Wolverine came last Saturday night
against the Buckeyes when he scored
"(WHEN I found out I would start) I
was more happy than anything,"
Kobylarz said. "I was somewhat sur-
prised, but I know I can score and have
pretty good speed for my size. I have to
work on my shooting, though.
"I'd like to be one of the productive
freshmen," Kobylarz said. "I would
like to be recognized as being an
aggressive player and help the team
improve as much as possible. I'd like to
add to the unity of the team."
According to Giordano he has done
just that. "Paul has a very good at-
titude," he said. "He works hard in
practice. We're happy he's here, he's
made a significant contribution."
KOBYLARZ HAS been playing
hockey since he was five years old,
when his Dad signed him up along-with
his older brother in a Detroit local
league. He continued his career in
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Lobylarz tops rookie crop
Detroit before moving to Georgia. Michigan program, Kobylarz began to So far, Kobylarz enjoys the college
Kobylarz played a couple of years there feel more comfortable. "I'm learning game. "The games are a lot quicker,"
and a couple more in a travel league in the systems," he said. "I'm more con- he said. "I think the league is good.
Knoxville, Tennessee. fident now. I don't have to think before I "You can't take any team lightly,
His family moved back to Detroit react, things are flowing better." anybody can beat you," he said. "But it
where he played in the Michigan Kobylarz is the only freshman who means we have to be tough on defense
National League and then three years has played in every Michigan game, and capitalize when we can. That's Mr.
at Catholic Central High School. but says his greatest thrill thus far in Giordano's style."
Besides Michigan, Lake Superior his young collegiate career is last The freshman should continue to im-
State, Michigan State, Michigan Tech, Saturday's two-goal performance. "It prove, now that Giordano plans to use
North Dakota and Ohio State all was special because my parents were him more at center, where he is most
recruited the All-Stater. there," he said. comfortable.
"I ALMOST went to Lake Superior," "IT HAS always been a dream of And as long as he continues to con-
he said. "But I picked Michigan mine to go pro," he said. "But I have a tradict his off-ice personality when he
because of its reputation. And I liked lot of goals while I'm here. I want to laces up his skates, he should have no
what Mr. Giordano stood for." help the team as much as I can." problem.
After the initial adjustment to the
Daily Photo by DAN DeVRIES
FRESHMAN Paul Kobylarz goes to-the boards and comes away with the puck in a game against Michigan State earlier
this season. Kobylarz is the only Michigan freshman to have played in all 12 games this season.
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If the Bluebonnet Bowl ticket sales at the Michigan ticket the second level on the end zone, and on the top level on the
cowboys wearing maize and blue when the Wolverines take Not only are the ticket sales brisk at Michigan, but also in
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SPOR TS.OF T HE DAILY:
Carter, Muransky Ofl UPI team*
From UPIrePorts uthe Badgers, and defensive end Andre ikbe barred from this season's NCAA
Junior wide receiver Anthony Carter Tippett and punter Reggie Roby tournament. The Bruins will be eligible
and senior tackle Ed Muransky were represented the Hawkeyes. Arkansas' for the 1983 tournament.
named yesterday as 'Michigan's Billy Ray Smith, Texas' Kenneth Sims, THE RELEASEin also said earlier
rerecsentatives on the UPI All- and Lester Williams of Miami, Fla. penalties imposed by the Pac a Con-
American team. Guard Kurt Becker rounded out the defensive line. ' ference on the UCLA football program
and tailback Butch Woolfolk were Notre Dame's Bob Crable and USC's had been accepted by the NCAA Infrac-
selected to the second team. Chip Banks headed the line-backing tions Comdittee and no additional san-
Joining Carter and Muransky on the corps, along with Jeff Davis of Clem- t tions will be applied.
first team offense were Heisman trophy son; while Vanden Boom was joined in Wistert inducted
winner Marcus Allen and guard Roy the defensive backfield by Fred Marion
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Mahon from Brigham Young, halfback Alabama. Former Michigan tackle Alvin
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Farrell from Penn State. MISSION, Kan. (AP) - The NCAA, inducted into the College Football Hall
Outland Trophy winner David citing numerous violations, slapped a of Fame last night.
Rimington of Nebraska, tight end Tim two-year probation on the UCLA Wistert played on Michigan's last
Wrightman from UCLA, Terry Tausch basketball program yesterday and or- national championship team in 1948. A
of Texas, and Michigan State's Morten dered the Bruins to return their second- 1947 transfer from Boston University,
Anderson rounded out the offensive place trophy from the 1980 national Wistert was third of the famed Wistert
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