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SPORTS

The Michigan Daily

Wednesday, March 31, 1982

MINI-SOCCER
The IM action is at its best as the mini-soccer playoffs are in full swing. The
playoffs continue this week and will not end until a champion is crowned.
Leafhopper United 9, Wahoos 2: The leafhoppers advanced to
the semifinal round of the playoffs as theyhbroke open a close game in the
second half and went on to pummel the Wahoos, 9-2. Led by stars Jim Heisel,
Tony Terreyra, and Brian Pechenuik, the Leafs won their first indoor
playoff game after two years of dropping their first game, despite being the
number one seed each time.
"We were comparing ourselves to DePaul after the last two years," said
captain Joel Brown. "But we have a winnng tradition on our team as we've
won the outdoor title once and finished second twice.
Ed's Last Chance 4, Venezuelans 3: Bunk David, Fatih Tazok, Kofi
Finn, and team namesake Ed Munoz each scored a goal as Ed and the boys
moved into the quarterfinal round of the playoffs after their 4-3 victory Sun-
day at the Coliseum. Also contributing was the'outstanding play of Ed goalie
Jay Weiss. The Last Chance, a team that includes some players from the
graduate soccer club, upped its record to 4-1.
Samba Kids 10, The Heads 0: Fine goalkeeping, good defense, and
seven guys that all contribute to the club were the key factors in the Samba
Kids blowout win. "Our record now is officially 40, but we lost one game
where the other team played with illegal players so we later got credit for a
victory there," said captain Carolos Selke. The Samba Kids continue their
quest for the championship next Sunday in the second round of the playoffs.
Sex Pistons 4, The BLT 0: The Pistons erupted for three goals in the
last five minutes of the game to break open a tight defensive struggle and
downed the BLT, 4-0. Leading scorer with three goals, team captain Simon
Hester praised goaltender David Waldstein. "David was the key factor in
our victory. He is one of the best goalies on campus," he said.. Tallying the
final goal for the Pistons was Joey Jagrowski. "If we can get by our next
game in the quarterfinals, I'm very confident about our chances to take-it
all," added Hester.
Alice Lloyd Gerbils 5, Mudhens 4: Juan Gonzales scored four
goals including the game-winner with two seconds remaining to propel the
Gerbils to a thrilling 5-4 victory over the Mudhens. The Gerbils advance now
in the playoffs boasting a 3-0-1 record.
Rowdies 17, Remalia FC 3: The Rowdies appear well on the way to their
fifth overall soccer championship as they trounced Remalia FC, 17-3. Steve
Paul socred eight goals and Mark Ohlhaver added seyen to propel the un-
, defeated Rowdies. The team has outscored the opposition, 56-8, in the last
four games and during that span, Paul has tallied an incredible total of 28
goals. "Steve is the best player on campus in my opinion," said captain
Chris Leonard. "But even if the opposition keys on Steve, we have other
players that can get the job done."
Spudboys I 6, Arbor Street Dogs 2: Ali Haji-Shiek kicked three goals into
the net and led the Spudboys to a 6-2 victory over the Dogs. Dave Peress ad-
ded two and Pat Mitchell one for the Spudboys. "We really played well as a
team and were able to put it all together," said captain Matt Riley. "I really
have to give a lot of credit to the opposing goalie, he played a great game."
Snickey's 2, Zeta Psi 0: Powered by the Greek Week festivities, the Psi
Upsilon Snickey's shut out Zeta Psi behind the goalkeeping of Brian Hicks
and John Rea. Team captain Sebastian Gros said, "We played a good team
game and that's why we won. I think people should come out to the Coliseum
and watch the soccer games on Sundys, there are quite a few interesting
people there, and it's really a good time."
VOLLEYBALL
Oilmen 2, Boogie Oogies 0: Down 11-4 in the first game, the Oilmen scred
the next 28 out of 32 points as they downed the Boogie Oogies, 17-15, 15-0. "Af-
ter a tough first game that lasted a long time, some of the guys on our team
looked up at the clock and saw that the Oscars were about to start, so they
played hard in the second game because they didn't want to miss them,"
said captain Neil Braunsdorf. "I guess Henry Fonda was our most valuable
player." The Oilmen advance into the playoffs looking for a victory after
they choked the last two years. "Our comeback in this game was the
highlight of our intramural careers," added Braunsdorf. "After our guys
stopped running into the net we got our game together."
The IM Digest relates briefly the activities of the Michigan in-
tramural program during the previous week. This week's information
was compiled by Dqily sports writer Mike McGraw.
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LAKELAND, Fla. (AP)- The Detroit Tigers an- .
nounced yesterday they had purchased the contract
of righthanded relief pitcher Elias Sosa from the
Montreal Expos for an undisclosed amount of cash.
The 31-year Sosa is starting his 11th major league'
season. He brings a 35-44 lifetime record to the
Tigers. Sosa has 78 saves and a 3.14 earned run
average. He has been used mostly in relief during his
career.
The acquisition leaves the Tiger roster at 29
players, four more than will be allowed on opening
day. The acquisition also probably means that
manager Sparky Anderson will return from
Florida, with nine pitchers. Anderson had planned to
head with only eight.
Giants trade Blue, Alexander
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (AP)- Vida Blue and Doyle

SPORTS OF THE DAILY
Expos'9rel
Alexander, the only winning pitchers among the San
Francisco Giants' starters last season, were traded
away yesterday.
In exchange for Blue and rookie reliever Bob Tufts,
the Giants got pitchers Renie Martin, Atlee Ham-
maker and Craig Chamberlain, along with a player to
be named later. Only Martin is sure to .start the
season on the Giants' roster.
Alexander, 31, a right-hander who was 11-7 with a
2.90 ERA in his only season with the Giants, sought a
contract extension and refused to report to spring
training.
The Yankees reached a contract agreement with
Alexander and traded two rookies, pitcher Andy
McGaffigan and infielder-outfielder Ted Wilborn,;
who will join Giants' farm clubs. Alexander, whose
contract with the Giants was to have expired this

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year, was signed by the Yankees through 1985.
Broncos name new icer coach

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KALAMAZOO, Mich. (AP)- Bill Wilkinson will,
replace, Glen Weller as hockey coach at Western.
Michigan University, university officials said Mon-
day.
Wilkinson has been assistant coach at Bowling.
Green for the past three years, coordinating the
team's defense. The Falcons reached the national
quarterfinals this year after winning the Central
Collegiate ;ockey Association championship.
Wilkinson also coached at the University of North.w
Dakota and St. Lawrence University.
"Bill has an outstanding background," said
Western Michigan Athletic Director Tom Won-.
derling, who made the announcement.

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VIDA BLUE sits at his locker after
learning of the trade that sent him to
the Kansas City Royals in exchange for
three pitchers. Blue who has 178 career
victories, was one of two Giants pit-
chers traded yesterday. San Francisco
traded righthander Doyle Alexander to
the New York Yankees for a pair of
minor leaguers.
SCORES.
Exhibition baseball
New York (NL) 4. Detroit 2
New York (AL) 9, Los Angeles7
Toronto 3, Montreal2
Pittsburgh7, St. Louis I
Chicago (NL) 8, California 0
Minnesota 8, Texas 2

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