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Softball hits full swing

No, sports fans, that wasn't Bruce
Jenner 'that you saw flying around
Ferry Field's track this past week at the
IM track and field championships, but
it was easy to be mistaken. Several out-
standing performances were turned in
by campus athletes at the recent meet.
Softball followers saw first-round
competition in . each of the divisions
wind up this week, and the winning
teams are now preparing to charge into
the championship playoffs. Stay tuned
to the Daily for all the scores, hot-
breaking IM stories, and general in-
formation that every intramural af-
ficianado needs to know.
Crusaders 8, Delta.Upsilon 7
Delta Upsilon rallied for- six runs in
the fifth inning to tie the game. Mark
Devries scored the winning run for the
Crusaders in the sixth and final inning.
Kelvin Moni had three hits for the vic-
Sigma Alpha Mu 9, Marvels 8
Dave Koffler drove in the winning run
to cap a five-run seventh inning rally
for SAM. The Marvels had taken an 8-4
lead in the sixth with a four-run outbur-
Softballers 17, Cardinals'12
The Softballers scored six runs in the

IM Roundup

Blagdon 3, B2 2
Elliot Monk, Frank
George Monticello all
runs to pace Blagdon.

Pinkelva, and
hit solo home


final inning on the strength of.. . seven
walks? The Cardinals were so awed by
the opposition's batting order that they
pitched around six straight batters.
Bush Bunnies 2, Legal Beagles 0
Consecutive first inning doubles by
Beth Thompson and Andi Kreger
staked the Bunnies to a 2-0 first inning
lead before strong defense on both sides
took over. Peggy Kopmeyer reached
base three times for the Beagles.
Taylor Gold 22, Huber Highs 3
Taylor won on the strength of bases
on balls, getting 13 of them in all. Home
runs from Dave Storer and Pete Got-
tner also helped the Taylor cause.
Weekend Warriors 9, Alice's
Restaurant 8
Eric Pfeil hit a home run and scored
the winning run as the Warriors ate up

the Restaurant.
Sixth Lewis Ozone 10, Oxford 'B' 7
Paul Graf, Bill Chafetz and Forde
Sanders each scored two runs for the
Ozone. Oxford's late inning rally wasn't
enough to offset the four runs that
Lewis scored in the fifth.
Fletcher 9, Wenley 7
Fletcher rallied for four runs in the
sixth, capped by Randy Puffenberger's
home run.

Lambda Chi Alpha 4, Fiji 3
Kirk Grasel hit a solo home run in the
ninth inning to break a three-all tie.
Chi Phi 22, Alpha Phi Alpha 5
J. Scott Tweedie and Bill Rose each
had three hits and a walk to pace the
winners. Jeffrey Craig and Michael
Traylor paced the losers with three hits
Kappa Sigma 8, Acacia 7
Ron Gutt drove in the winning run in
the bottom of the fifth inning for Kappa
Sigma. Mike Scheller scored two runs
on three hits for Acacia.




tracksters zip

to intramural crown

The race for all-year points continued
this past week,, as the Intramural Track
and Field Championships were held at
Ferry Field Track. Participants in five
different divisions ran, jumped and
shot put their way toward the coveted
IM crown.
The MC's ran away with the indepen-
dent championship, tallying 138 points.
Beaver Patrol finished a distant second
with 55. Mark McBroom won the high
jump and the 100-meter dash to pace
the MC onslaught. Testimony to the
MC's dominance was the fact that they
failed to win only one event. C.A.
Rohn collected a pair of seconds for the
Beaver Patrol and Mark Goethe's leap
of 6'0" won the high jump for third
place-finishers SSS.
STEVEN Swinker's two first-place
finishes led Chi Phi to victory in the
Fraternity Division. Swinker long-
jumped 20'11/2" and completed the 60-
meter high hurdles in 7.97 seconds. Phi
Sigma Kappa, paced by Tom Desim-
ple's 400-meter dash victory and a win
in the 1600-meter relay, finished a close
second. Dennis Southard's two firsts
helped Theta Chi finish third.
Two first-place finishes from John
Bonnell propelled Rumsey House to a

victory in the Residence Hall com-
petition. Both of Bonnell's victories
were by less than a tenth of a second. In
the 100-meter dash, Bonnell edged out
Jim Lahrman of Adam's Ants and
Larry Litogot and Nigel Hinds, both of
Gomberg, to win in 12.04 seconds. Jeff
Black and Joe Shea also captured first
places for victorious Rumsey. Gom-
' berg placed second and Elliott finished
The Women's competition turned out
to be a two-team affair, with Thronson
and Hunt (both from South Quad)
fighting for the championship. In the
end, it wasn't even close as the Thron-
sonites bombed Hunt, 92-52. Nancy
Skolinski collected three first-place
finishes for the Thronson Thunder,
winning the long jump, the 100-meter
dash, and running third leg on Thron-
son's victorious 1600-meter relay team.
Kim Bruce won Hunt's only event,
completing the 1600-meter run in 5:57.2.
There was even less competition in
the Graduate/Faculty/Staff division.
DSDA won the title in a runaway. DSD
A also happened to be the only team
competing. Don Hobson compiled three
first place finishes in the intra-squad
scrimmage. Jim Hosner captured two
more firsts.




IM Scores

The MC's 5, Brewer's West 5
Beaver Patrol 10, Boys in Business 0
Kid Ginsoe and the Dilly Bars 12, Kappa Frank
Zappa 3
Super UP'ers 7, Poop shooters 3
Adam's Alums 7, VBF Wallbangers 3
Ex-Hams 13. Sigma Phi Phi 4
Arbory Pirates 13, M-Heads 4
Sphinky's Crackers 15, Free Swingers 8
Cocksmen 7, Bud Best 1
Mr. DNA 8, DT's 6

Phi Alpha Kappa 15, Ipps Rippers 14
Law Big Dogs 10, Trichobez oars I
Carps 7, Phi Rho Lithopedians 0 (forfeit)
Residence Hall
Tayler Gold 22, Huber Highs 3
Sixth Lewis Ozone 10. Oxford 'B' 7
Fletcher 9, Wenley 7
Taylor Blue 8, Gomberg Red 5
Kelsey Roots Gold 3. Gomberg 'A' 2
Row 6 19, Williams 9
Rumsey Gold 15, Fisher Brawlers 0
Couzens B' 16. Butler 12
Adam's Ants, 8Futher :luckers 0
ElliottG-Men 'A' 8, Adam's Spasms 1
Van Tyne Varsity 14, Raging Bulls 6
Fourth Hamilton 7, Sixth Douglas 0 (forfeit)

Theta Delta Chi 10, Evans Scholars 3
Beta Theta Pi11, Phi Sigma Kappa 7
Triangle 10, Alpha Tau Omega 10
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 9. Theta Chi 5
Lambda Chi Alpha 4, Fiji 3
Sigma Nu 19, Zeta Psi 0
Graduate/Faculty/Sta ff
D.S.D.A. 12, Lenny and the Jets 2
Patterson Dental 8, Good Times 7
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Jams 14, 1.W. Demons 12
Hit 'n' Run 8, D.1.R.T. 5
Awesome 12, Strike Outs 7
Nitwits 10, Beaver Patrol 3
Wombats 14, Greatest Hits 7
Bush Bunnies 2, Legal Beagles 0
The HB's 17. Lady Blazers 3

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