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Wednesday, March 10, 1982

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Weaver eyes

Nationals

By CHRIS GERBASI
Long distance voyageur Melanie Weaver will speed
into the Association of Intercollegiate Athletics for A lA W s
Women track meet at Northern Iowa this weekend
hbping to culminate a season of success with a high
fi.Dish in the two-mile run.
w. talk. "She'll be going in with a shot at the title, no n
estion," said coach Francie Goodridge, who added
t Weaver will be ranked in the top four for the
ent.
EAVER, HOWEVER, has more modest
pirations. "It's hard to tell where I'll finish. Some ter season than one with school recor
hools went to the NCAA's (this weekend) and some mile run, the two-mile run and the 5,0
ent to the AIAW. You don't really know who's going The two-mile time of 9:59.2,which w
be there. I hope to be under ten minutes. that time ever in the Big Ten, qualified V
uld be my personal goal." AIAW meet.
A win in the meet would certianly be an impressive IT HAS BEEN a satisfying year for
cdmplishment. "I don't know what the chances of real happy (about the records). It
nning are," said Weaver. "If I was in the top three good."
or maybe the top six, I'd be All-American and I'd be One element involved in her success
etatic." from the AIAW meet, and that is N
There's no debate over the Scottville native's per- rival runer, Ann Pewe, who will c
formance up to this point. "She has done remarkably NCAA meet.
wll. I couldn't ask for better," exclaimed The rivalry has seemed to benefit
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00 meter run.
was the fastest
Weaver for the
Weaver. "I'm
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both athletes.
ng this year,"

explained Goodridge.
Weaver agrees: "I like running with her. We work
pretty well together. It's nice in a big meet to have
someone you know there, but it eliminates an element
of competition, so I have mixed feelings."
NEXT YEAR poses the problem of a successful en-
core performance for the junior. Or, in Weaver's
case, maybe the problem will be for the competition
to keep up.
"I've been improving every year. Hopefully, I'll
break them (records) again. So many things can
happen, though, like injuries. I don't like to say what
I might do."
Goodridge doesn't shy away from a prediction,
though. She said, "Another year of strenth and con-
fidence is going to make her very hard to beat."
One thing that is a certainty is that Weaver will
always be on the run., Along with the several long
distance track events in which she competes, Weaver
is also a key member of the women's cross country
team, and hopes to continue running in a club after
} her collegiate career is over.
Weaver will not be running cross country to the
meet at Northern Iowa this weekend, but she hopes to
make the quickest long distance trip of all the com-
petitors.

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MICHIGAN'S MELANIE WEAVER will try to win the national champion-
ship in the two-mile run this weekend at the AIAW meet at Northern Iowa.
Here Weaver is shown as a member of the Wolverine cross country team.

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tblers get
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special to the Daily
ON, Wisc. - The Michigan
ymnastics team, having
fth in the Big Ten on Sunday,
ell in the individual Big Ten
d late Monday night. Kevin
d the way for the tumblers,
in a tie for first in the floor
while the Wolverines' Milan
placed third.

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Basketball
Superstar (Finals)
Fellas 70, Jones County 66: This game was eagerly an-
ticipated by both teams as they have battled it out in the
superstar division for many seasons.
The Fellas held a twelve point lead for most of the
game and held an eighteen point margin once in the.
third quarter, but Jones County was not ready to give up
yet. It proceeded to give it one more push and brought
the score to 60-60 at the end of regulation time. During its
comeback Jones County put on a dazzling defensive
display.
However, the confidence and determination of the
Fellas, along with their two dominating scorers, Ray
Owens and Craig Williams, both with 24 points, brought
an end to the last superstar basketball battle for the final
time for this rivalry.
Residence Hall (finals)
Huberites 52, Kelsey Roots 43: Forward Tom Hassel
led the Huberites to a 52-43 victory over arch-rival
Kelsey Roots. In a close game until the final minute,
Huber played a tight man-to-man defense, and caused
many turnovers with its full court press.
Hassel, who paced Huber with twelve points, tipped in
two baskets in the last two minutes allowing Huber to
pull ahead for good. Manager Dan Quandt cited the ex-
cellent play of Jim Mendelson, Dave Compeau and Mar-
ty Schmidt.
Co-Rec (Semi-Finals)
Utopians 53, D.I.R.T. 39: The first half was close with
no indication of the direction the game would take. The
Utopians pressed but D.I.R.T. adjusted well and got the
ball inside to the girls Who were shooting well.
Utopian woman Jeanne Yockey, who was tough under
the boards, accumulated many points off of rebounds.
Pam Blakely and Laura Orlando were hitting from the
top of the key and played excellent defense.
Ahead at the half by three, the Utopians began to run

and D.I.R.T. could not keep up therefore fast breaks ad-
ded to the Utopian score, "We expect a tough.game in
the finals against the Nitwits or F.U.B.A.R.S., but we
plan to come out on top," said Haithem Sarafa'confiden-
tly.
MininSoccer
Spud Boys 15, Zeta Psi 1: The Spud Boys I were off to a
good start as expected with an easy win over Zeta Psi.
"It was a good first game and we hope to keep improving
throughout the season and start cashing in on our oppor-
tunities," stated manager Matt Riley.
The Spuds, who have been playing together for three
years, have formed a solid line-up. Accounting for their
goals were Ali Haji-Sheikh and Lee Okster with two
apiece and Dan Mitchell with one.
Leafhopper United 6, Psi Upsilon (Owls) 2: It was
almost a shut out for Leafhopper United but laziness late
in the contest caused two quick goals.
Tom Sakorafis talled three quick goals in the second
half; which is when he joined the game. Jim Heisel also
offered a beautiful goal on a header from the corner.
Good defense by Tony Ferreyra and quick movement in
the goal by Joel Brown brought the Leafhopper Uniteds
to a secure victory.
Also adding to their win was Brian Pecheniuk with two
goals and strong play by Bill Landers.
N.A.M.E. 4, Sigma Chi 0: N.A.M.E..'s good balance of
players and its four-year tradition carried them to yet
another win in the mini-soccer league.
'"The whole team played consistently and showed a lot
of teamwork," said Paul Vickers. The only real standout
was Miguel Ubilluz with two goals. They have preceded
this season with a first place in the tall outdoor league
and a fourth place in last year's superstar mini-soccer
division.
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 Robin Kopilnick.

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