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The Michigan Daily-Saturday, September 25, 1982-Page 11

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Softball swings into action

The intramural season shifted into
high gear this past week, as the softball
raced towards its second week and the
all-campus tennis tournament con-
cluded. Dramatic highs and heart-
breaking lows were quite prevalent
throughout the whole week's schedule
of games. This week's blowout of the
week goes to the co-rec squad
'Awesome,' as it ran all over, up and
down the hapless Axe Murders squad,
chalking up a phenomenal 32-1 victory.
A word to the wise, stay out of their
way !
INDEPENDENT
Sphinky's Crackers 15, Ex Gulls 14
Jim Leonhart's single with no one out
in the bottom of the seventh capped a
three-run rally which enabled the
Crackers to triumph over the Gulls.
Leonhart reached base five times on
two hits, two walks and an error. Dave
tyner, Dave Carroll and Jordan Schreier
all had three hits for the Ex Gulls.
Kid Ginsoe & Dilly Bars 7, Slush Puppies 6
The Dillies came from behind with a
four-run sixth inning to overcome the
Puppies. Brian Schurgin ws 3-3 with two
runs scored and a pair of RBI's. The
Slushers made a furious charge in the
late innings but were unable to hold off
Kid Ginsoe's charges.
M Heads 8, The McGarret 12 6
Three consecutive home runs in the
third inning by Jack O'Leary, Jerry
Safranek and Joe Milonowski paced the
Heads, who needed a run in the sixth to
insure their victory. Derek Kerr was 3
for 4 with two runs scored for
McGarret's squad.
Beaver Patrol 13, True Blue 1
Mike Rucinski was 3-3 with a home run

I.M. Roundup

a double, a single, 4 RBIs and three
runs scored to pace the Patrol. Scott
Taylor tripled and scored the only True
Blue run.
FRATERNITY
Alpha Tau Omega 13, Sigma Phi Epsilon 11
An eight-run first inning rocketed the
Alpha Tau's out to a lead it never lost.
Harry Davison was 2 for 4 with two runs
scored and Doug Langrock was 2 for 3.
John Stanly was 4 for 4 with two runs
scored for Sigma Phi.
Triangle 4Phi Psi 3
A thret-run fifth and Keith Korpi's
winning run in the sixth won it for
Triangle. Andy Antrassen was 2 for 3
with a run scored for the losers.
Beta Theta Pi 17, Acacia 3
John Hindle was 4 for 5 with a home
run and four runs scored as the Betas
ravaged the Acacians. Eric Hansen
was 3 for 4 and Andy Grem turned in a 2
for 3 effort for the Betas. John Stahl
went 2 for 3 for Acacia.
WOMEN
Lady Blazers 11, W. D. Awesome 7
Although the Awesome ones jumped
out to an early five-run lead, they were
unable to hold off the Blazers , who
were led by Judy Walton's three runs
scored. Diane Williams tallied twice
for W. D.
RESIDENCE HALL
Weekend Warriors 15, Bartlett Binzers 6

Eric Pfeil was 3 for 3 with a homer
and two runs scored and five RBI's, and
Brad Munlick was 3 for 4 with another
pair of runs scored as the Warriors
overcame an early six-run deficit to
waste the Binzers. John Sharp had a
home run and three RBI's for the Bar-
tlett's.
Tennis titde
golf, foobc
Kip Litton, Jim Tavens and Daisy
Martin were the big winners in last
weekend's intramural singles tennis
championships. Litton took the men's
advanced section while Tavens cap-
tured the intermediate division. Martin
took a combined advanced and inter-
mediate women's tournament. Mat-
ches were decided by an eight-game
pro set, with a tie-breaker held at seven
games all.
Litton needed a tie-breaker in the
second round to defeat Scott Prokken,
then yielded only three more games in
defeating Jim Chinarian and Fred
Cromer in the semi-final and final
rounds. Tavens defeated Jon Snead in
the finals by an 8-5 score. Daisy Martin
breezed through the women's tour-
nament, giving up only two games the
entire way, to runner-up Kim Fridkin in
the finals.
Participants in the All-Campus Golf
Match Play Tournament, please note
that due to limited time and a busy

Rumsey Blue 26, Fisher 'A' 2
In more second round action, the Big
Blue bombed hapless Fisher. Lonnie
Grantham's 4 for 5 effort helped lead
the parade of Rumsey runners who
crossed the plate.
Adam's 12's 10, The Dudes 9
Chris Larcinese knocked in Drumm
Osbron with the winning run. in the
bottom of the eighth, as The 12's advan-
ced in the second round of playoffs.
Larcinese also contributed a two-run
homer to get things rolling early on for
Adam's. Joe Greiser, Greg Kiselis, and
Jim Fruchi homered for The Dudes.
's decided;
ill on dck
Michigan Golf Course, the following ex-
ceptions are available, if, and only if,
both match opponents make a prior
agreement:
1 .A match can consist of nine, rather
than 18 holes.
2. A match may be played on a dif-
ferent golf, course than Michigan's if
the University course has only limited
tee times available.
Remember, these exceptions are only
applicable with prior agreement of both
partners.
Instant scheduling for softball playof-
fs will begin at 11 a.m. on September 30
and continue until 8 p.m. that same
night. Any team that fails to sign up for
the playoffs will not be able to compete.
Touch football instant scheduling is
right around the corner. Starting Oc-
tober 6 at 11 a.m. and continuing on un-
til October 8 at 4:30, managers can sign
their teams up to share in the color and
pageantry of IM football.

I.M. Scores

Softball
WOMEN'S
Legal Beagles 7. Pi Beta Phi 0 (forfeit)
Bush Bunnies 15, Hunt House 3
The HB's, Wenley 2
Lady Blazers 11, W.D. Awesome 7
M House 7, Thronson 0 (forfeit)
FRATERNITY
Evans Scholars 17, Delta Upsilon 6
Theta Delta Chi 8, PSI Upsilon 1
Sigma Alpha Mu 7, Zeta Beta Tau 2
Phi Delta Thi 18, Sigma Chi 5
Phi Sigma Kappa 11. Kappa Sigma 0
Beta Theta Pi17, Acacia 3
Alpha Tau Omega 13, Sigma Pho Epsilon 11
Triangle 4, Phii Psi 3
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 7, Alpha Delta Phi 0 (forfeit)
Fiji 4, Alpha Delta Phi 0
Lambda Chi Alpha 11, Chi Psi No. 1 4
Sigma Nu 8, Chi Phi 0
Zeta Psi 20, Alpha Phi Alpha 6
INDEPENDENT
The MC's 19, Bosco 2
Brewer's West 9, Navy ROTC 4
Beaver Patrol 13, True Blue 1
Boys in Business 19, Jacques Seeds 4
Rastamen 19, Crabs 16
Bomb Squad 8, Indians 5
Rough Riders 6, Sigma Chi 3
vanilla Thunder 8, Screwballs 7
Kappa Frank Zappa 11, DAILY LIBELS 10
Kid Ginso and the Dilly Bars 7, Slush Puppies 6
Poopshooters 14, Rowdies 11
Ex-Hans 7, Bruins 0
Arbory Pirates 8, Windbreakers 4
M-Heads K. The McGarret 12 6
Sphinky's Crackers 15. Ex Gulls 14
Free Swingers 6, Misanthropes 4
A.W.T. 13, Cardinals 6
Wil Swallow & the Loads 11, Softballs 8
DT's 3. Stroh Brewers 2

Sixth Lewis Ozone 17, Kelsey Roots-Blue 10
Oxford 'B' 12, Oxford 'C' 6
Wenley 22, Gomberg 'B' 4
Fletcher 15, M House 'B' 2
Gomberg Red 11, Huber Rockets 3
Taylor Blue 8, Reeves 'B' 7
Gomberg 'A' 7, Reeves Roadrunners 6
Kelsey Roots-Gold 7, M-House 'A' 1
Williams 13, Frost House 6
Row 6, 4th Lewis 3
Runsey Blue 26, Fisher 'A 2
Rumsey Gold 26, Couzens 'A' 7
Fisher Brawlers 12, 3rd Lewis Jess 4
Butler House 8, Blagdon 4
Couzens 'B' 6, BB23
Futher Muckers 7, Chicago 'B' 0 (forfeit)
Adams Ants 4, Elliott Blues 3
Adam Spasms 11, Elliott Reds 0
Elliott G-men 'A' 11, Chicago 'A'8
Adam's 12's 10, The Dudes 9
Van Tyne varsity 21, van Tyne JV 2
Raging Bulls 20, Scott 'A' 19
4th Hamilton 11,.5th Hamilton 7
6th Douglas 9, Scott 'B'8
CO-REC
Jams 10. Rat Patrol 5
HW Demons 21, Fisher Fubars 4
Hit-n-run 21, Untouchables 0
D.I.R.T. 3, P.F. Flyers 1
Awesome 32, Axe Murders 1
Strike Outs 14, Free Basers 11
Nitwits 13, Couzens 'C' 0
Beaver Patrol 9, Ball Busters 4
Wombats 6, Chicago House 2
Greatest Hits 6,.Sig Ep's & Lil' Sisters 2
GRADUATE/FACULTY/STAFF
Good Times 16, Penal Action 15
Patterson Dental 9, Reasonable Men 0
Dental Derelicts 26, Motley Crew 5
Cemeticides 20, Ambulance Chasers 1

- Daily Photo by BRIAN MASCK

See what happens when you wear Michigan State gym shorts? This in-
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