100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

November 04, 1983 - Image 10

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1983-11-04

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

4

Page 10 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, November 4, 1983

""""err

vaWscr beer. We ko
yyO~~ w~hcosts so rmuch' f o 6r
j~y ~e geqing produces 1o ,
a t 6 P I
THeEW"°a witfndiO ol o ,4

4

BAMF's eat up

Diners

The regular season for intramural
footballand soccer is coming to a close.
The playoffs start next week, so there
are still many games to be played
before the champions are crowned.
During last week's action, eight teams
were knocked from the rankings, so
there will be some new faces ranked
this week.
There were a lot of good games
played this week, and here are the
summaries of just a few of them.'
.................................... ....
BAMF 42, The Diners 0: Quarter-
back Dave Collins threw three touch-
down passes and ran for another in
BAMF's trouncing of The Diners on
Sunday. BAMF's first of six touch-
downs came in the first half on a 40-
yard bomb to John Bonnell. Scott
Payton and Dave Cook also caught
Collins passes for touchdowns and
Payton scored an interception, as did
teammate Tom Phelps. Captain Ross
Arseneau said the key to his team's
success is, "our quickness on both of-
fense and defense. We can beat anyone
with our speed."
This speed and quickness helped
BAMF move into the number five spot
in this week's rankings.
Evans Scholars 14, Acacia 0: If the
halfs were 10 seconds shorter, Acacia
would have tied the Evans Scholars 0-0.
The "Caddies" scored on the last play
of the half and the last play of the game.

I

IM Roundup

A

r'

Ed McCormik picked off an errant pass
and rambled 45 yards for a touchdown
on the last play of the first half, and
reciever Bryan T. Woodward scored on
a 20-yard pass from quarterback Mark
Baker to end the game. Defense was
the key to the Evans Scholar victory as
Acacia only got past midfield once. As
captain Mike Gregg put it, "we had
very good pass coverage and we kept
constant pressure on the quarterback.
We are looking forward to the playof-
fs."
..... ..... .. ...... ............ ........ .
Bursley Elitist 26, Elliott Bombers 0:
The Bursley Elitist scored 12 points
before they even had a first down.
Chris Bookout ran back the opening
kickoff, and then on Bursley's first play
from scrimmage, Bookout scored on a
60-yard passing play. For good
measure Bookout threw touchdown
passes to Dan Cafferti and John Swier-
czewski in the second half. The defen-
sive rush for Bursley was awesome.
Linemen Mark Madias, Dave Sheasley,
and Steve Faris accounted for seven
sacks.
This victory moves Bursley Elitist in-

to the number two spot in this week's
rankings.
.......................................
Wonkas 30, Restatement 2D 6:
Wonka captain Tim Ryan dominated
play in last Sunday night's game again-
st Restatement. He had a hand in all
four Wonkas touchdowns as he threw
for three and ran for another.
Recipients of Ryan's touchdown passes
were Bill Farrell, Craig Corman, and
Dan Scaack. Ryan said the defense also
played well and attributed it to "the
good pass rush, and also we got ahead
early and we could go to a prevent-
defense early."

TKO 32, Hunt House 0: TKO
remained unscored upon and unbeaten
as they overwhelmed Hunt House, and
retained their number one ranking.
TKO is made up of members of the
woman's softball team. In the first half
quarterback Mary Bitkowski threw
a touchdown pass to Carol Patrick and
also ran for one. In the second half
Patrick caught her second touchdown
pass, and teammate Jody Humphies
also scored.
TKO looks like the team to beat in the
women's division.
Cosmics 3, Romaniacs 0: Cosmics'
goalie Matt Mattson recorded his
second shutout of the season in the
Cosmics' victory over the Romaniacs.
Bob Orlowski had two goals to lead the
Cosmics' attack. Frank Pinkelman
also scored for the Cosmics. The vic-
tory brings their record to 21 which
qualifies them for the A playoffs.

4

4

14

FSAM-ZB Tsq uare -off

II

Emotions will reach a fever pitch on
Saturday morning when Sigma Alpha
Mu and Zeta Beta Tau fraternities
square off in their annual football con-
frontation.
The Sammies sport a high-scoring of-
fense and are undefeated in IM com-

petition while the Zebe's are winless on
the year. ZBT is looking for thier first
football win over the Sammies in four
years.
Game time is 10:00 a.m. at Mitchell
Field.

4

Rankings

Grad/Faculty/Staff
1. Dix
2. Law Big Dogs
3. DSD 'A'
4. Legal Soul
5. D1-'B'
Fraternity
1. Sigma Alpha Mu
2. Sigma Alpha Epsilon
3. Psi Upsilon
4. Phi Delta Theta
5. Chi Phi
Residence Hall
1. Taylor 'A'
2. Bursley Elitist
3. Bursley Crush
4. Adams Ants
5. A.L. Pilots

Women's
1. TKO
2. HB's
3. W.D. Awesome
4. Needs Plus
5. Barbour Bullies
Independent
1. Bruisers
2. AT&T
3. Force 4
4. Crusaders
5. BAMF
SOCC4r
1. Kelsey Root Boys
2. Kappa Sigma
3. Samba Kids
4. First Strike Club
5. Kamel Jocks

4

4

Scores
Residence Hail
First Hoosen 16, First Hoosen 'A' 0

Doily Photo by TOD WOOLF
This quarterback grimaces as he throws the ball toward his intended
receiver in IM football action earlier this season. Football playoffs began
this week.

Football

I

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan