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Volleyball
vs. Wisconsin
Friday 7:00 p.m.
CCRB

SPORTS

Field Hockey
vs. Notre Dame
today 4:00 p.m.
Ferry Field

The Michigan Daily

Wednesday, October 17, 1984

Page 7

or
Sigma

The Mu romps to second softball title
By DEBRA deFRANCES basically did not make many mistakes, Beeristers 11I In its two years together as a team,
theDseBondconsecutve year,theyustydineverakemnsisUaksppor-the Beeristers have accumulated a 5th Douglas Lice 12, Swingers by forfeit0
Alpha Mu fraternity won the tuniy to score. "They had about five Baliwangers 1 record of 16-0 in intramural play. Team Taylor House 'A'8 Rif-Raf
a AlphaMufaterity ontettulltt to shtainad aen Perna s id tht th t

over

class 'A' division of the intramural sof-
tball tournament Sunday. The Sam-
nies defeated Psi Upsilon fraternity 9-1
in,the final battle for fraternity cham-
ps:
Behind their 5-0 record, the experien-
ced Sammies team consisted of
basically the same members as last
year's champion team. Team captain,
'jrni Stempel, said the win was a team
efort. "It wouldn't be fair for me to
single out any one player. We all
played well," Stempel said.

hits the whole game. We really didn't
give them a chance to hit," Stempel
said of his team.
The Sammies exploded in the last in-
ning with six runs and ended the game
with a double play.

Speeristers so au eam crusnea
the Ballwangers in the finals of the in-
dependent 'A' Intramural Softball
tournament. For the second year in a,
row, the Beeristers, a team of Law
School students, won the independent

UnPL4 , 1L Lc , UaA aIL e.aww a teeyt o
his team's success is consistency. "We
have no superstars on our team, but our
ten guys as a whole, are very solid,"
Perna said.
BEHIND THE great pitching of Marc
Jacobs, the Beeristers "shut them
down totally. They only had two or
three hits during the game," Perna ad-
ded.
The winners got off to a -good start
with a run in the first inning and two
more in the second. The Beeristers
biggest rally came in the top of the six-
th when they scored nine runs to clinch
the victory. Leading the hitting
statistics for the Beeristers were
veteran players Frank Parkinson,
Craig Jones and Andy Coden, who
"could always be counted on to drive in
the runs when needed," Perna said.
Intentional Harms 16,
Phi Ro Lithopedians 3
The Intentional Harms softball team
took the field to beat the Phi Ro
Lithopedians in the finals of the
Graduate, Faculty, Staff Intramural
Softball tournament. The Intentional
Harms destroyed the Lithopedians, 16-
3.
The Intentional Harms, comprised of
Law School students, lost in the finals
last year but came back to win it all this
season. The Harms, captained by Bill
Sailer, drove in most of their runs in the
first four innings. "Their pitcher kept
putting the ball in nice and flat so it was
easy to hit," Sailer said.
The Lithopedians, on the other hand,
"kept popping out for theseasy play,"
Sailer added.
The Intentional Harms slacked off a
bit in the final innings, allowing the
Lithopedians three runs. Nonetheless,
the Intentional Harms managed to stay
together through a great team effort
and pull off the victory.

The 5th Douglas Lice team defeated
the Taylor House 'A' team
by a score of 12-8, Sunday in the finals of
the Residence Hall 'A' Intramural Sof-
tball tournament.
Nitwits 11, WHO 4
In the Co-Recreational division of IM
softball, the Nitwits crushed the WHO,
11-4 Sunday afternoon.

The finals of the Women's IM softball
tournament were determined by forfeit
Sunday when the Rif-Raf defaulted to
the Swingers.
LIM News in
The Daily
764-0552

THE SAMMIES got off to an early
start Sunday when Stempel singled in
Joey Lansing who had ripped a triple
with two outs in the first inning.
Stempel said that the Sammies
GRIDDE PICKS
A Midland man played the same num-
bers twice and came up with two winning
tickets in this weeks Michigan Lotto game
anid .will get two-thirds of nearly $7.8
million, state lottery Commissioner Joe
Kopmeyer said Monday. But the man
ISN'T happy. "I didn't win Griddes," he
said. "I can't believe I.picked Lehighto beat
Colgate," he added.
If you want to try your luck, bring your
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could win that elusive one item pizza from
Pizza Bob's.
1. MICHIGAN at Iowa (pick score)
2. Ohio State at Michigan State
3. Wisconsin at Indiana
4. Purdue at Illinois
5. Northwestern at Minnesota,
6. Arkansas at Texas
7. Oregon at Washington
8. Oklahoma at Iowa State'
9. Boston College at West Virginia
10. Brigham Young at Air Force
11. Houston at SMU
12. Tulane at Florida State
13. Pittsburgh at Miami, Fla.
14. Syracuse at Penn State
15. Louisiana State at Kentucky
16. Vanderbilt at Georgia
17. Georgia Tech at Auburn
18. S. Carolina at Notre Dame
19. Kansas at Oklahoma State
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SPOR TS OF THE DAIL Y:

Spikers blast Toledo
The Michigan volleyball team shot team so far having at least one defeat.
past Toledo last night, destroying the Ohio State, Michigan and Purdue are
Rockets three games to none in an im- tied for the league lead with 3-1 records,.
pressive showing by the Wolverines. followed by Illinois at 3-2 and Michigan
The Blue stayed on top throughout the State and Minnesota at 2-2.
contest, winning 15-5, 15-6, and 15-12,. to BACK IN 1959, Wisconsin won the
up its record to 9-7 on the season. title with a 5-2 record, and in 1981 Iowa
Junior Andrea Williams led the and Ohio State tied for the champion-
Michigan onslaught with eight kills for ship with 6-2 marks.
a .357 hitting percentage. Her strong
serving was good for five aces and 12 "If I had to bet, I'd bet it won't hap-
points. Freshman Lisa Vahi was also a pen," said Michigan's Bo Schem-
key to the Michigan attack, smashing bechler. "Two losses will put you out.
seven kills for a .313 percentage. There will be a lot of good teams with
"It was a good game for us because two losses but one or two will end up
everybody got in the game and got ex- with one loss."
perience," said Michigan head coach Minnesota's Lou Holtz agreed
Barb Canning. with Schembechler but said "I would
hope so. If they don't there's no way we
Big Ten race heats up could be in the picture. But to be honest,
CHICAGO (AP) - It isn't often that a I'd say no. I can't see anybody beating
CHICGO (P) -It in'tOhio State unless our space ship brings
team can lose twice and still win the Big back some different people. I can't see
Ten football championship, but the anybody on this earth doing it.
possibility looms this year with every ayoyo hserhdigi.
The Executive Committee of
the U of M Chapter of
American Association of University Professors (AAUP)
urges all citizens to vote
NO on Proposal C
and to tell your friends to vote NO also.
This proposal would slash education funding and force
drastically higher tuition. Support the campaign to educate
citizens on the perils of Proposal C by Mailing checks,
made out to PROMOTE MICHIGAN, to W. Kaplan, AAUP
Chapter President, Math. Dept., 347 W. Eng. Bldg.
Come to the open Chapter Meeting Thursday,
Oct. 18 - 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Alumni Center to
meet candidates for REGENT of the UNIVERSITY.

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