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Compiled by MIKE BRADLEY
Beginning today and continuing on every Saturday for the
rest of the year, the Michigan Daily will fill this space with
scores, features, and accounts of all intramural athletic events.
Follow the exploits of your team, or chart the progress of your
foes each Saturday as we feature the highs and lows of the en-
tire intramural program. This week there was a scarcity of
The intramural track meets begin
Tuesday September 21. Registration
for any event in all categories will con-
tinue Monday morning and will last up
to the time of the meets. The schedule
begins Tuesday with the Fraternity and
independent divisons. Residence hall
squads will compete on Wednesday.
Both meets will begin at 4:15 p.m. Also
on Wednesday, the
Graduate/faculty/staff and the
women's teams will run at 5:30. Thur-
sday evening, the co-recreational meet
will be held, which also begins at 5:30.
All meets will take place at Ferry Field
Late registration is still possible for
the IM tennis tournament which
begins to day. Men can compete
provided they register before 11:00
a.m. this morning. Women interested
in playing can register for the com-
petition at 11:00 am. today or
tomorrow. The site for the tour-
nament's will be the Palmer Tennis
Masterbatters 9, The House by the
Side of the Road 8
A four-run second inning led the batters
to their first win. Third baseman Ed
Valente clubbed two homers, and Matt
Raphaelson contributed a pair of RBI's.
Cocksmen 14, Chi Psi's No. 214
The Cocksmen triumphed as a result of
the IM's tiebreaking system. A ten-run
first inning got the Cocksmen off to a
good start, as ten men in a row scored.
Adam's 12's 10,;Elliott Grays 6
Drumm Osborn's first inning homer
helped pace the 12's, who added three
runs in the second and fourth to pad
their lead. Blair Carlson scored twice
for the Grays.
Rumsey Blue 19, Alice Lloyd Wazoos 1
Rumsey's big Blue Bachine limited the
Wazoos to only four hits and used nine
runs in the first to coast over hapless
Fisher 'A' 17, Rumsey 13
Fisher rallied from behind with a
seven-run seventh to defeat Rumsey.
Kevin Scheck went two-for-two with a
pair of walks and four runs scored, and
Alan Blase added a two-for-three effort,
Intramural softball action heated up this week as lefties and righties (see
below) got into the swing of the season.
Daily Photos by DOUG McMAHON