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Football moves on to finals

Yes, this is the week that the IM
Touch Football Playoffs move toward
completion. Championship games will
'be taking place beginning Sunday af-
ternoon and, if you have time, you
might want to check some of the games
out. They are guaranteed to be both ex-
citing and entertaining. Call the IM of-
fice for times and fields.
Here are the Daily's predictions for
the various IM Football division cham-
Mud Bowl fans will be happy to hear
that the Daily projects a rematch of.
that Homecoming rivalry between
Sigma Alpha Epsilon and Phi Delta
Theta. Of course, nothing is automatic
since both teams get past rather for-
midable opponents to make it to the
final round. Sigma Alpha Mu should
pose more of a problem for SAE than
Phi Kappa Sigma should for the Phi
Delts. However, when the two do meet _
Sunday, look for the Phi Delts to prevail,
in the return engagement, though not
by more than six points.
Throughout the season there has been
no clear-cut choice for the number one
team in this division. This does not
stem from a lack of talent; it merely
reflects the parity that exists among
the Residence Hall teams. Since this is
the case, the pick for the champion
becomes quite a difficult task, but one
we here at the Daily will not shun.
Rumsey Blue 'A' is the logical choice to
garner the honors in the residence hall
world of sports.
It will not waltz to the IM crown,
however. Gomberg, Gomberg and
Taylor Blue, and Kelsey Roots stand
ready and more than able to stand in its
way. Look for a Rumsey Blue-
Gomberg, Gomberg championship
game this Tuesday night with Rumsey
winning by eight.

I M Roundup

Hunt House. There really isnt much
doubt as to whether this team will win
the championship, the only question is
by how much. Its 22-0 shellacking of
TKO proves their prowess. Who will
oppose it in the final? The Neds.
However, the Neds will be sacrificial
lambs this Sunday on the tartan turf.
Hit n' Run is the choice to win it all
here. However, it will meet a strong
challenge from the Beaver Patrol. The
Patrol blew by the Buccaneers Thur-
night to advance to the semi's of the -
playoffs. Hit n' Run will prevail in the
final game, whether they play the
Beaver Patrol or that perennial IM
powerhouse, the Nitwits. The margin
of victory will not be much though, and
the final play of the game could be
crucial in deciding the winner.
This' one is a three horse race between
Minimum Contactm Phi Rho
Lithopedians, and Dix. Minimum Con-
tact is the highest ranked team in the
Daily Standings, and it has put together
a fine season, playing consistent foot-
ball throughout. However, Phi Rho
Lithopedians has been equally as con-
sistent, and is the choice to win. It's a
hunch, but an educated one. Dix is a
fine team, but a darkhorse in the three
team race.
Beaver Patrol, Beaver Patrol, Beaver
Patrol. This is the team that will win
the Independent championship. It

probably won't even be close. They
blitzed past the Destroy All Bruisers
squad Thursday night, winning by over
40 points. Destroy All Bruisers ate no
quiche either, ladies and gentlemen. Of
course, there will be some teams that
will vie for the opportunity to come in
second place. The Bruisers or the
Brothers will most likely gain the
honor of losing to the Beaver Patrol
Tuesday night on the tartan turf.

That world of slam-dunking,
skywalking, shot blocking and national
television rebounding is coming back.
That's right, IM basketball is almost
here. Managers should be getting their
teams together for the big season and
should sign them up November 30,
to December 2 from 11:00 a.m. to the
4:30 p.m. Al Maguire, Billy Packer,
and Dick Enberg will be covering the
roundball campaign as closely as
Howard Cossell did football and George
Kell did softball.
IM wrestling spokesman Andre the
Giant wants to remind all prospective
grapplers that weight-in and sign-up for
the IM wrestling tourney will take place
at the Coliseum on November 30 from
11:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

RESIDENCE HALL 'A' Minimum Contact 8, Legal Soul 0
Taylor Blue 30, Oxford 10 Phi Rho Lithropedians 24, Wonkas 0
MMAC Raiders 20, Ambatana 12 Dix 8, DSD A 0
Rumsey Blue 22, Bursley Crush 2 Minimum Contact 6, Zillas Gorillas 3 (first downs)
Huber Futher Muckers 8, Force 4 Strikes Back 6 Legal Soul 4, 9-0 Silks 3 (first downs)
Third Palmer Punks 10, Raiders 6 CU/F/S 1B'
Kelsey Roots Blue 26, Third Palmer Punks 0 Penal Action 14, Patterson Dental 0
Gomberg, Gomberg 5, Adam's Ants 4 (first downs) DSD B 6, M-1 hotshots 0
Alice Lloyd Pilots 18, Alice Lloyd A 0 WOMEN'S 'A'
The Dudes 26, Gomberg Red 0 Neds 16, MMB 0
Mojo Raiders 26, (BB)20 WOMEN'S 'B'
Bartlett Binzers 8, Penquin Tide 6 Bush Bunnies 12, Pantheros 0
4th Jordan Center 6, Elliot Blues 0 Zeta Sheep 8, Sigma Delta Tau 0
Abeng Warriors 16, Futher Muckers 0 FRATERNITY 'A'
Douglas Demons 8, Couzens A 0 Phi Kappa Sigma 6, Sigma Nu 0
4th Lewis 1, Blagden Braves 0 (forfeit) Phi Delta Theta 12, Evans Scholars 8
INDEPENDENT 'A' SAE 8, Sigma Phi Epsilon 6
Beaver Patrol 24, Crestwood Chargers 6 Sigma Alpha Nu 24, Phi Kappa Psi 0
Destroy All Bruisers 30. Rednecks 0 FRATERNITY 'B'
Whips, Chains, and Leather Gang 14, Hill St. Blues 12 Psi Upsilon 12, Chi Phi 0
G.C.'s 8, Adam's Alums 0 Alpha Tau Omega 4, Zeta Beta Tau 3 (first downs)
Bruisers 22, Campus Crusade0 CO-REC'A'
Raiders 14', Titans 0 Buccaneers 42, U-Towers 0
Bruisers 16, Raiders 6 Beaver Patrol 28, Phi Rho Simplex 0
Me-Off Bros. 2, Phil Aishio and Her Peas Too 0 Hit'n Run 8, Diseases 0
Brothers 18, Smith's Steelers 0 Mutants 6, D.I.R.T. 0
INDEPENDENT' B' Nitwits 6, Thetas/Phi Delts 11 0
Baisez Vous 22, Rough Riders 0 CO-REC'B'
Juggernauts 7, Ex hans 1 (first downs) Evans Scholars 1, Chicago Kamicazis 0 (forfeit)
MMB 14, Sigma Phi Nothing8 Awesome 1, Immaterial0 (first downs)
The MC's 12, is That SO Rejects 4, Three and Punt 0 (first downs)
Navy Midshipment 12, Flaming A's 0

An IM tailback follows his blocking
to daylight in a key football match-
up. As the playoffs wind down, and
only a select few teams remain in
the running, only the most talented
gridiron stars are still in action. The
cream of the crop begin facing each
other in championship contests on
Sunday. This could be the Rose
Bowl, the Super Bowl, and the Ken-
tucky Derby all rolled into one.

The IM Roundup relates the ac-
tivities of the Michikan intramural

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