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Men's Soccer
vs. Michigan St.
Tomorrow, 4 p.m.
Mitchell Field
The Michigan Daily.

SPORTS

Volleyball
vs. Ohio St.
Friday, 7:30 p.m.
Keen Arena

Tuesday, October 1, 1991

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F00TBALL NOTEBOOK
Howard hurting;
Everitt on the mend
by Theodore Cox
Daily Football Writer
Michigan coach Gary Moeller was forced to gulp down his cola and
rush through his chicken yesterday afternoon. The coach had little time
to waste at his weekly luncheon - not with all the video tape he had to
analyze. The Wolverines ran over 90 plays on offense and 60 plays on de-
fense in Saturday's shootout with Florida State.
Moeller had already tied together many of the defensive problems.
"The most critical error that came out of that game from our stand-
point is not corralling the ball," Moeller said. "If there is one thing
you've got to do when you play defense is you keep the ball inside and in
front. The main thing is not letting the ball outside of the defense, and
we didn't do that."
BATTERED AND BRUISED: Michigan wide receiver and Heisman
candidate Desmond Howard was walking on campus yesterday with a
cane and a slight limp. He has soreness in his ribs and leg. The trainers
took X-rays and found nothing was broken. He is expected to be fully
recovered by Saturday.
The Michigan sports information department has jumped on
Howard's Heisman bandwagon. In the weekly media release there is a
section called "Howard & Heisman History." At the bottom, there is
space reserved for a "Magic Memo," which contains a few interesting
facts about him.
STONE FACED: Michigan center Steve Everitt's recovery from a
broken jaw is ahead of schedule Moeller said. Everitt has been able to put
on a helmet, but he isn't practicing yet.
"We aren't going to play him (Saturday) if there is any question of
the injury being fully healed," Moeller said.
RITTER HONORED: Michigan strong safety Dave Ritter won the
Honda Scholar Athlete Award this past weekend. A $3,000 donation to
the University of Michigan's general scholarship fund was presented in
Ritter's honor. The graphic design major has a 3.50 GPA.

Blue netters obtain
valuable experience

by Sharon Lundy
The Michigan women's tennis
team returned from the North Car-
olina State University Wolfpack
Classic after gaining important
match experience.
"It gave us a great opportunity
to play against some of the better
players in the country," coach Eliz-
abeth Ritt said.
The three-day, four-flight sin-
gles and doubles tournament fea-
tured Duke, William & Mary, and
Wisconsin ranked 6th, 19th, and
22nd, respectively.
In flight A singles, junior Kalei
Beamon lost in the first round to
Michele Mair of William & Mary,
6-1, 6-4. Beamon won her next three
matches to capture the consolation
title, finishing fifth in flight A sin-
gles. Senior Kim Pratt was defeated
in the second round and finished in
seventh place.
Simone Lacher played in flight B,
earning fourth-place honors after a
6-1, 6-2 loss to William & Mary's
Katrin Guenther. Wolverine senior
Amy Malik won her first-round
match against NC State, but lost to
Tracy Zawacki of Wake Forest in
the next round.
Jamie Fielding, a first-year
Wolverine, played in flight C and
defeated Freddy Uihlein of North
Carolina, 6-1, 6-1, to finish with
third-place honors.
"We really worked as a unit,"

Fielding said, "and there was a lot
of team spirit. It was really excit-
ing to actually play for the team and
win." 0
First-year student Elizabeth Cy-
ganiak defeated Kelly Chastain of
North Carolina, 6-3, 6-2, in flight C
action, but eventually lost to
Duke's Meredith Lukoff.
"When you are playing with
such a supportive team, for school
you love to be at, and have such
knowledgeable coaches, it makes it
so much easier and is an ideal envi-
ronment to play in," Cyganiak said.
Michigan's Jennifer Lev took
first-place honors in flight D. Lev
won four straight matches, includ-
ing a victory over fellow Wolverine
Alison Schlonsky, the runner-up in
flight D. Also playing in flight D
was senior Freddy Adam, who lost
in the first round but won two con-
solation matches.
In doubles, Michigan took first
place in flights C and D. Malik and
Adam defeated Duke's Lukoff and
Meyer, 6-2, 5-7, 6-4, to win flight C
doubles. Lev and Lacher teamed up
to win flight D doubles by defeat-
ing Wake Forest's Smith and Ring,
6-4,6-0.
"Hopefully we'll show we can
be competitive with the top 25
teams and that we can beat some of
the best teams in the country," Ritto
said.

"'"I"H" -M LLLIa y
Wolverine Dave Ritter prepares to grab FSU running back Amp Lee in
Saturday's game. Ritter also grabbed the Honda Scholar Athlete Award.

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Griddes
Drop off 20 picks by 5 p.m. Friday
upstairs at 420 Maynard. Win
$10 certificate to O'Sullivan.
1. Michigan at Iowa
2. Michigan State at Indiana
3. Wisconsin at Ohio State
4. Minnesota at Illinois
5. Purdue at Northwestern
6. Syracuse at Florida State
7. Oklahoma State at Miami
8. Arizona at Washington
9. Oklahoma at Iowa State
10. Clemson at Georgia
11. Notre tame at ttanford
12. Penn State at Temple
13. Baylor at Houston
14. Southern Miss. at Auburn
15. Florida at LSU
16. Maryland at Pittsburgh
17. Georgia Tech at N.C. State
18. California at UCLA
19. Tenn.-Chat. at Alabama
20. William & Mary at UNC
TIEBREAKER SCORE:
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A sociated D
ess

IM SPORTS
Softball, tennis crown fall champions

by Kurt Luttermoser
Daily Sports Writer
What do the names Rex-a-Dawg,
Bio-Hazards, and Monkey Butt all
have in common?
No, they're not the latest Pen-
tagon names for new defense mis-
siles. Nor are they nicknames for
Dan Quayle. The names signal the
arrival of the fall intramural sports
season at Michigan.
No longer are Wolverine fans
limited to watching athletics. Many
recreational sports, including ten-
nis, softball, and golf have begun,
while others, such as flag-football,
will start soon.
The above mentioned uniquely-
named teams own the distinction of
being this season's University of
Michigan fall intramural sports
recreational softball champions.
These proud athletes can stash this
honor in their trophy cases with

their little league memories.
Rex-a-Dawg, won the co-recre-
ational B tournament, while the A-
Team title went to the Bio-Hazards.
Pre-tournament favorite, Monkey
Butt, was the top-banana in the in-
dependent B tourney, and Big Boys
A seized the independent-A tour-
nament title.
Fraternity winners included
Sigma Chi in the A division and
Sigma Phi Epsilon in the B category.
"We won, 2-1, it was a competi-
tive tournament," Sigma Phi Ep-
silon player Mike Drauer said. "Our
pitching and defense won it for us."
The Chia-Pat Royers turned
away all other contenders to obtain
the Grad-Faculty softball crown.
Last week, beginner, intermedi-
ate, and advanced tennis players took
to the courts. In the men's beginner
division, Dave Ruph took the singles

crown, outlasting 11 other entries
in the tournament. The men's inter-
mediate title went to Calvin Eng,
who swept his competitors, while
Marc Wolfson captured first in the
top division.
On the women's side, Fonja Lane
Hart and Sharon Lundy won the be-
ginners and intermediate/advanced
divisions, respectively. Both tour-
naments were held Sept. 20-22 at
Palmer courts.
Next Monday, intramural foot-
ball will be reported.
WHO, WHAT, WHERE: If
you're interested in joining an in-
tramural sports team, call the De-
partment of Recreational Sports at
one of these four numbers CCRB
(763-3084), NCRB (763-4560),
IMSB (763-3562) and the Coliseum
(763-5195).

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