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Page 1 0-Tuesday, October 7, 1980-The Michigan Daily
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SUNDAY
Soccer
All-Campus.
:U Towers 'A'8, Elliott'A' I
Leafhoppers 4, Fletcher1
Rowdies 6, Alpha Receptors 0
.Marauders 3, Meds. I
'Masters of Torture 3, Highlanders I
4N.A.ME. 1, Markley Frost0
'Economics 7, Frederick 0
Michigan House 2, Adams 0
Tennis
Fraternity
'theta Chi 3, Chi Phi 0 (forfeit)
"Phi Delta Theta 2, Lambda Chi Alpha I
$lpha Tau Omega 3, Sigma Phi 0 (forfeit)
Beta Theta Pi 2, Fiji I
Football
Independent
Army ROTC 6, Scio Drive-In 0
Co-Rec
Cambridge Sweethearts 14, THS Clan 0
'Wango Fango8, Frost I10 (forfeit)

NEW RULES INSURE SAFETY
IM foot ball underway

ntrarnural Scoreboard

Nit Wits 12, High Ho's 0
Evanscholars 2, MoJo Bombers 0
Hit & Run 16, Pumas 0
Walloons 12, Rotvig Rabblerousers 0
Geeks 8, Frederick louse 0(forfeit)
Graduate
Mantle Xenoliths 8, Maize and Blue 0 (forfeit)
Slobb8, D,C&Howe0 (forfeit)
Residence Hall
Oxford 20, Elliott 'A' 6
Bursley Bruisers 20, Stockwell 0
Rumsey 'A' 28, East Quad Prescott 0
Taylor 12,Couzens 6
Softball
Independent
DAILY LIBELS9, Black Sheepo
Foul Play 7, Royals 4
Fou Play 3, DAILY LIBELS 1
Rock Lobsters 14, Fiji 4
Slowballers 13 Fubars 2
Fubars 5, Sammies 2
Slowballers 10, Mr. Bill's 5
Test Tube Babies 6, Goldfarb Bonding 1
Big Dogs 6, Bruisers 4

Fraternity
Phi Delta Theta 7, Beta Theta Pi5
Sigma Phi Epsilon 3, Sigma Chi 2
Phi Delta Theta 6, Sigma Phi Epsilon 1
Phi Sigma Kappa 12, Theta Xi i
Fiji 4, Kappa Alpha Psi 3
Fast-Pitch
Pack 117, Psychology 0
Graduate
Cementicles 6. Senators 4
Trash 10, Agent Orange 6
DSD 'A' 3, Blast 0
Murphy's Law 8, Phi Rho Sigma 0
Murphy's Law 9, Law Gold5
Phi Rho Sigma 9, Ambulance Chasers 6
Teratogens 12, Trash 11
Teratogens 7, Natty Dread 3
Residence Hall
Elliott 'A' 3, Gomberg'A' 0
Reeves 13, Gomberg 'A' I
Wild Ones (won by forfeit)
Hamilton Gold., 6th Lewis 0
Hamilton Gold 9, Adams 'A' 8
Butler 'A' 6,6th Lewis 0
Iluberites to, Rumsey 8
Reeves 23, Wild Ones 3

By CHUCK HARTWIG
The intramural touch football season
got underway yesterday with com-
petition in several of the different
divisions. Football, along with basket-
ball, is one of the biggest IM sports at
the University, with a three-game
season and a full playoff schedule.
Moby Benedict, supervisor; of IM of-.
ficials, explained that the use of
facilities for this year's season has been
expanded. "We're starting afternoon
games at Fuller Field this year."
The increase in the facilities has also

intensified a never-ending problem for
the IM program, that of finding enough
officials for the games. "We can never
have enough officials," said Benedict,
adding ,that anyone interested i of-
ficiating touch football is "welcome to
come down and work,"
Benedict also noted several rule
changes that have been instituted this
year. Two-on-one blocking will not be
allowed anywhere on the field, he said.
In the 'past, double-teaming was
allowed behind the line of scrimmage.
In addition, the penalty assessed for a
pass interference call has been swit-

SPOR TS OF THE DAIL Y
Spikers fall in finals
at EMU Invitational

ched to conform to the college and
professional rules. The ball will be ad-
vanced to the point of infraction and the
offensive team will be awarded a first
down,
Benedict also stressed that officials
have been told keep a close eye on
contact including the illegal use of han-
ds because "this often gets out of hand
during the games." He said that these
rule changes were made for safety pur-
poses, and cautioned that many injuries
occur from players elbowing opponents
or generally misusing their hands.
Injuries that do occur will be checked
by the field supervisor, who will decide
what treatment would be advisable,
said Benedict. The individual par-
ticipant, however, is responsible for
payment of all medical treatment
which is a result of the injury.
The regular season will run through
October 26, when the entrants will be
divided into two playoff divisions,
based on their regular season records.
Teams with winning records will be
placed in thekA'division, while teams
with losing marks will compete in the
'B' playoff bracket.
Astros rout
Doders in
playqoff,7-1

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SPORTS ON TAP
WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL
Oct. 7 vs. Oakland at Rochester
Oct. 9 vs. Calvin College, Grand Valley,
at Grand Rapids
WOMEN'S FIELD HOCKEY
Oct. 7 Eastern Michigan
Oct. 11 Michigan Invitational
WOMEN'S CROSS COUNTRY
Oct. 11 Western Michigan Invitational,
at Kalamazoo
MEN'S CROSS COUNTRY
Oct. 10 Michigan State
WOMEN'S GOLF
Oct. 10-11 MAIAW, at Champaign, Ill.

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By JON MORELAND
Kellogg Community College defeated
the Michigan women's volleyball team
in the third and decisive game, 15-7,
capturing the championship in the
Eastern Michigan Invitational last
weekend in Ypsilanti.
Kellogg won the opener, 15-11, but the
Michigan spikers forced the rubber
game by winning the second game, 15-
12.
THE WOLVERINES got off to a bad
start in the double elimination tourney
by losing a tough first-round match to
Northern Kentucky, 15-10, 13-15, 15-12.
The spikers then bounced back to reel
off five straight match victories to gain
their way to the finals. Michigan's first
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victory came against the eventual
champions when they defeated Kellogg,
15-9, 9-15, 15-6.
The Wolverines proceeded to fight
their way past Illinois-Chicago Circle,
Eastern Michigan, Bowling Green, and
De Paul before losing in the finals.
The spikers defeated Illinois-
Chicago, DePaul, and Bowling Green in
consecutive games. The other squads
forced Michigan to a decisive third
gamebefore succumbing in the hard-
fought tournament.
It was this competitiveness that led to
the Wolverines' downfall in the finals,
.the tenth straight game they had played
in the tournament.
Senior co-captain Jackie Madison in-
jured her ankle in the first match, and
her leadership was greatly missed in
the finals. The injury is not suspected to
be serious, and Madison hopes to return
to the lineup in time for tonight's mat-
ch against Oakland University.
Stickers place third
The Michigan women's field hockey

team finished third in the eight team
Virginia Tech tournament, held last
weekend at Blackburg, Virginia.
Michigan shutout Hollins College in
the first round, 2-0, behind Marty
Maugh's two goals, but were upended
by Clemson, 3-0, in the following round.
The Wolverines then wrapped up third
place by edging Virginia Tech, 1-0, on
Mirium Pickus' goal late in the second
half.
Women golfers sixth
The Michigan women's golf team
traveled to East Lansing last weekend,
placing sixth in the 17-team Spartan In-
vitational Tournament.
Karyn Colbert shot an 82-80-162 to
pace the Wolverine linksters, who bat-
tled biting wands and near-freezing
temperatures throughout the two-day
event. Linda Drillock, a medalist
honors winner early last week at the
Central Michigan Invitational (won by
Michigan), posted 163, while Alison
Smith scored 165.
OHIO STATE captured the East Lan-
sing tourney, followed by Kentucky,
and Northern Illinois. Oklahoma and
Penn State tied for fourth.
Michigan's team score of 650 was
good enough to capture the AIAW
championship by three strokes, ahead
of MSU, CMU, Ferris State, and
Oakland College.
Big Ten Standings

Conference

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Illinois......2
Ohio State .... 1
MICHIGAN .. 1
Iowa ....... 1
Purdue......1
Minnesota ... 1
Michigan St 0
Indiana ......0
Wisconsin .... 0
Northwestern 0

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2 2 0
2 2 0
1 3 0
3 1 0
1 3 0
0 5 0

LOS ANGELES (AP)-The Houston
Astros won their-first divisional title in
their 19-year history yesterday, routing
the Los Angeles Dodgers 7-1 in a playoff
for the National League West cham-
pionship behind Joe Niekro's six-hitter.
Art Howe collected three hits for the
Astros-a home run and two
singles-and drove in four runs as
Niekro became a 20-game winner for
the second year ina row.
The Astros' victory, coming after
three straight one-run losses to the
Dodgers that forced the playoff, advan-
ced them, to the NL Championship
series against the Philadelphia Phillies
starting tonight.
The Astros opened quickly with two
unearned runs in the first inning off
Dave Goltz, 7-11. Leadoff batter Terry
Puhl reached first on Davey Lopes'
error at second and advanced to third
on Enos Cabell's single.; Cabell then
stole second as Joe Morgan struck out.
Jose Cruz hit a grounder to Mickey
Hatcher at third and Hatcher's throw
home was dropped by catcher Joe
Ferguson for an error, allowing Puhl to
score and advancing Cabell to third.
Cesar Cedeno then scored Cabell with
an infield groundout for the second run
of the inning.
GRIDDE PICKS
Another week of upsets saw Larry
Geavy of 1700 Geddes win this week's
one-item pizza from Pizza Bob's. Larry
topped all of the other prognosticators
with a 16-4 tally.
Be sure to take some time this week
away from firing up for the big in-
trastate clash this Saturday to make
your Gridde picks. All you have to do is
select the probable winners of the
games listed below, and then get them
down to the offices of the Daily at 420
Maynard before midnight Friday. And
remember, the Libels always win.
1. Michigan St. at MICHIGAN

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Ohio St. at Northwestern
Minnesota at Purdue
Wisconsin at Indiana
Illinois at Iowa
Penn St. at Maryland
Miami (Fla.) at Notre Dame
Stanford at UCLA
Southern Cal at Arizona
Pittsburgh at Florida St.
Auburn at LSU
Tennessee at Georgia Tech
Mississippi at Georgia
Navy at Air Force
Eastern Michigan at Akron
Central Michigan at Ohio U.
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