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The Michigan Daily-Friday, October 28, 1983 - Page 11

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Lakers trounce

Bladers

The Intramural football and soccer
seasons have entered the third week,
and the competition is getting much
fiercer as the teams begin to look
toward the upcoming playoffs. The
many upsets this week have caused the
rankings to change quicker than the
leaves on the trees, with many top
teams falling out altogether...
Keeping that in mind, we turn to
summaries of some of the top games of
the week and a look at the revamped
standings.
Ind(ICen(ent
Lakers 28, Bladers 0: Big plays
enabled the Lakers to take a 28-0 win
from the Bladers Tuesday. A punt and
an interception were both returned for
touchdowns, and Tom Freese threw two
touchdown passes. Todd Keiser leads
the Lakers with three touchdown runs
in two games.
Fraternit v
Sigma Alpha Mu 62, Phi Kappa Tau 0:
Tom Stotter threw an amazing seven
touchdown passes as Sigma Alpha Mu
destroyed Phi Kappa Tau, 62-0. Joe
Kaplan had two interceptions for the
formidable Sammy defense, which.
gave up only one first down.
The Sammies scored 40 points in the
first half alone and waltzed to one of the
biggest margins of victory in recent IM
history. The Sammies take over the
number one spot in the rankings.

IM-Roundup

GraI/FacuIltv/St f'/
Law Dogs over Phi Rho Lithopedians
(Law Dogs win on first downs):
"Defense was the key to this game,"
according to Law Dogs' captain John
Witri, and the Law Dogs' defense
prevailed over the third-ranked Phi
Rho Lithopedians. Anchoring the front
line of the Dogs are Clay Ottoni and Jim

stomped all over 'em," screamed Janet
Williamson after Thronson rolled over
Zeta Tau Alpha 36-0. Elizabeth Poll
scored twice as "awesome" quarter-
back Debbie Peterson marched her
team up and down the field. Coach Jeff
Dubsman and friends are the brains
behind this powerhouse, which Janet
predicts will be "the champions of the
campus." What is the real secret of the
Thronson success? "Everybody spaz-
zes out," laughs Williamson. Well, it
works for Thronson, who enters the
rankings at number two.

Parsons. The defensive secondary was
the Law Dogs' strong point Monday
night, as law students Peter Levine,
Kurt Yost and Jim Lefkowitz allowed
no passes to reach the end zone.
1ol Ci
Thronson 36, Zeta Tau Alpha 0: "We

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Residence Hall
Bursley Crush 28, Julius and the
Caesars 0: The Bursley Crush powered
their way into the second spot in the
rankings with a 28-0 win over Julius and
the Caesars. Rob Jackson, Dave
McRae and Ralph Williams all scored
for the Crush, and the defense only
allowed the Caesars to cross midfield .
once.
What's next for the Crush? "Well,
we're looking toward the playoffs,"
stated Neil Ingram. "If we play like
we're capable of playing, we can
definitely take it all." k 3
A pair of gridders sweep right in a recent Co-Rec game at Mitchell Field.
Hustle keys Root Boys'win * *Dally Football Rankings**

Women's

Kelsey Root Boys 4, IPP's 0: While
most consider fall the season for foot-
ball, others are busy kicking a soccer
ball. One such soccer player is Glen
Gordon, who scored two goals in his
team's winning effort on Tuesday. Ben-
ji Bornsjein and Scott Masti each

kicked in one for the Root Boys, and
goalie Alex Cigale notched a shutout.
Captain Dan Mekaru credits "ex-
cessive hustle" for enabling his team to
up its record to 3-0 and a number three
ranking.

1.'
2.;
3.
4.'
5.

Soccer

Law Gold 2, Frost 1
Photon Torpedoes 3, Love zombies 1
Leafs 1, Rastas 0
Kelsey 4, IPP's 0
Football
Fraternity
Phi Delta Theta 14, Theta Chi 8
Delta Kappa Epsilon 14, Triangle 0
Sigma Alpha Mu 62, Phi Kappa Tau 0
Beta Theta Pi 30, Alpha Delta Phi 0
Beta Theta Pi6, zeta Psi 0

Scores
The Crib 28, Cruisers 0
Piranhas 20, T & TO
Dinamo Hum 6, Football You Bet 0
Med Boys 6, Guardian Angels 0
U Towers #1 8, True Blue 0
Force 4 Goes Ind. 24, Caped Crusaders 14
Artesians over Renobs (forfeit)
Residence Halls
The B-Team 6, Kelsey Cold Roots 0
Elliot Airborne 38, Palmer Plow 0
Rotvig Rodents 24, 3rd Klein Big Boys 0
Gomberg Red over Michigan Men (forfeit)
Gomberg White over Chicago White (forfeit)
Fighting Toads over Adam12s (forfeit)
X, _ _,lc

Fraternity
Sigma Alpha Mu
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Phi Sigma Kappa 'A'
Sigma Phi Epsilon
Phi Upsilon
Independent
The Plow
Foreskins
Brusers
AT&T
Force 4 Goes Independent
Residence Hall

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

1. TKO
2. Thronson
3. Hunt SMA
4. HB's
5. W.D. Awesome

Grad/Faculty/Staff
Dix
Law Big Dogs
Legal Soul
DSD'A'
Hogs
Soccer

1.
2.
3.

Taylor 'A'
Bursley Crush
Bursley Elitist
W"1" RINIm.-"

1. Kelsey Root Boys
2. Kappa Sigma
3. Samba Kids
4. First Strike Club
5. Kamel Jocks

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