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Page 10 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, October 24, 1989
Crew teams finish well in Boston meet

by Phil Green
Daily Sports Writer
Amid extremely strong headwinds
and generally difficult weather con-
ditions, the Michigan crew team had
a very respectable showing during
last weekend's "Head of the Charles"
race in Boston, Mass.
The women's fifth-place finish
was complemented by the light-
weight eight's 24th-place finish and
the heavyweight four's 21st-place
effort.
"We rowed the best race I've ever
rowed during my three years on the
team," crew member Scott Grove
said about the lightweight eight's
24th-place finish out of forty boats

in Sunday's "Head of the Charles
Race in Boston."
The women, who took third last
year, were very pleased with this
year's outcome. "Our boat for this
year was very young and fairly
inexperienced compared to the other
boats out there, so we're very happy
with the results," rower Allison
Bidlack explained. By finishing
fifth, the women guarantee
themselves an invitation back for
next year when they hope to
continue their success.
The Vesper Boat Club from
Philadelphia, won the lightweight
men's race while Dartmouth proved
to be the fastest college team,

Lacrosse team defeats
Rockets, snow storm

posting the third quickest time
overall. Other top schools included
Georgetown (15th) and Harvard
(17th).
Jon Block, a rower in the light-
weight shell, "can't really say we're
disappointed at all. These are the
best lightweight crews in the
country."
Grove adds, "It was a trip very
well worth it. Now we are able to
see how competitive we are
nationally."
The team's next meet is this
Saturday, the Speakman, in Col-
umbus, Ohio. Marietta, Purdue, and
Wisconsin represent only three of
the many strong midwestern schools

that should be attending.
In last year's Speakman the
men's lightweight eight came away
victorious. "We plan to repeat,"
Grove said, "and I think we're going
to smoke the other boats."
The Wolverines will give the
entire team a chance to row in this
meet as they prepare for the year's
big race, the Dad Vails in
Philadelphia in May.
Besides the three boats that
competed in Boston, Michigan plans
on sending a women's lightweight
eight and lightweight four, and a
men's heavyweight eight and
lightweight four to Columbus.

Amherst person wins Griddes
When informed of his victory in last weeks Griddes competition, James
O'Connell responded with his best Keith Jackson impersonation.
"Oh, my!" said an elated O'Connell. "I come from Amherst, MA, and
the University of Massachusettes has no decent football team, but I learned a
lot on my own. Go Blue!"
O'Connell can come to The Daily to pick up his gift certificate for lunch
or dinner for two at O'Sullivan's Eatery and Pub ($12 maximum). You,
too, can be a Griddes winner by dropping off your picks for this week at the
same place, the Student Publications Building.on 420 Maynard.
1. Indiana at Michigan
2. Pittsburgh at Notre Dame
3. Miami (FL) at Florida St.
4. Colorado at Oklahoma
5. Iowa St. at Nebraska
6. Tennessee at LSU
7. Houston at Arkansas
8. Stanford at USC
9. Alabama at Penn St.
10. Mississippi St. at Auburn
11. North Carolina St. at South Carolina
12. Wisconsin at Illinois
13. Washington St. at Arizona St.
14. West Virginia at Boston College
15. Iowa at Northwestern
16. Ohio St. at Minnesota
17. Michigan St. at Purdue
18. Dartmouth at Penn
19. Bowling Green at Miami (OH)
20. Slippery Rock at Indiana (PA)
Score of Michigan game:
Michigan
Indiana
Name and Phone #:

by Sarah Osburn
Daily Sports Contributor
In what was described by tri-
captain John Paul as a "very ugly
game," the Michigan lacrosse club
defeated the Toledo Rockets Friday
night at Tartan Turf. The win kept
their record perfect at 4-0.
The game, played in a blinding
snowstorm, was a misleadingly
close 8-7 victory for Michigan. The
Wolverines started all first-year
players, allowing them to gain
valuable experience for regular
season play, which begins in the
spring. The leading scorers for the
team were Marc Silbergeld, Mike
Kennedy, and Brad Thompson, with
two goals apiece.
On the defensive side, solid goal
tending was turned in by first year
player B.J. Bardy. Tri-captain Mike
Kennedy said, about the game, "It
was hard weather and there were a lot
of variables but we played pretty
good and it was good to get the first-
year players experience."
According to coach Bob
DiGiovanni, Toledo has not
traditionally been a strong club. This

easy game came at a very convenient
time for the Wolverines because they
two of their players, Rob
DiGiovanni and John Paul, were
both involved with try-outs for the
Detroit Turbos, a professional
lacrosse team.
The Turbos drafted six players
from Michigan schools: three from
Michigan State and three from
Michigan (the third player from
Michigan graduath4 last year).
The fact that Michigan had ar
equal number of players chosen to
Michigan State is impressive
because State has a well established
varsity team. DiGiovanni and Paul
have been attending try-out practices
for the past week and will find out if
they've earned a permanent position
on the Turbos sometime in the next
week.
The lacrosse club has one more
fall game tentatively scheduled for
this weekend but unfortunately, as of
yet they have no one to play.
According to Kennedy they "just
want to finish the season strong, no
matter who we play."

Bowling club aims for first
Big Ten Championship

The Michigan men's and
women's bowling clubs will
compete on October 28 and 29 in the
Big Ten Bowling and Billiards
Championships in Iowa, hoping that
this is the year for a Big Ten
victory.
The hope is far from unfounded
when one realizes that Michigan will
field a squad of veterans who set
Michigan records last year. At the
core of the women's team is Beth
Yaros, Gina Sartor, and Sheree
Matthews, who have logged more
games of collegiate competition than
any threesome in Michigan history.
The men's accomplishments are

also notable. Last year, the
Wolverines placed second at the
Association of Collegiate Unions
International Regional Tournament
and earned Michigan's first sectional
berth ever. The returning starters
Tom Jane, Kevin Keller, Eric Allen
and Ed Rondot will be supported by
a strong field of first-year bowlers
"For the first time in thirty years,
Michigan will be fighting for first
place in our conference," said
Rondot. "With perseverance, we may
be nationally ranked. If one simply
measured the heart of the teams
competing, Michigan would tilt
every scale."
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