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8 - The Michigan Daily - SPORTSMonday - Monday, October 31, 1994

MEN
Continued from page 1
'This win was more satisfactory
than last year's win," Sullivan said.
"The field of runners was more com-
petitive than last year's.'
Ironically, this was also Sullivan's
first first-place finish in a major cross
country meet this year.
"It was a great win for Kevin,
since he hasn't won yet this year,"
Michigan coach Ron Warhurst said.
Other top finishers for the Michi-
gan squad included junior All-Ameri-
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can Scott MacDonald (24:32.7),
fourth, captain Ian Forsyth (24:59.3),
eighth and junior Theo Molla
(25:17.1), 14th.
However, not all was .joyous for
the Michigan team. For all its suc-
cess, one defeat still hurts. The Wol-
verines lost the Big Tens this year,
failing to regain the conference title
they won in a major upset last year.
"We did not run the best race we
could," Molla said. "We have much
more potential."
Warhurst quickly recognized the
central cause behind the Badgers'
gaining the first place berth rather
than the Wolverines.

"We ran well up front with four
guys in the top 14," he said. "But
Wisconsin beat us with their fifth
runner."
Michigan's top four runners, who
placed 1st, 4th, 8th and 11th, matched
up equally with Wisconsin's top four
finishers, 2nd, 3rd, 10th and 11th.
After that, Wisconsin blazed ahead
with its next three finishers, who took
16th, 20th and 21st place before the
fifth Wolverine, Kris Eggle (27th)
could cross the finish line.
"We didn't get everything we
wanted, but we did do well,"
MacDonald said. "Content would be
the best way to describe it."

WOMEN
Continued from page 1
ing fierce competition from Big Ten
powerhouse Wisconsin. Kathy Butler,
the top Badger runner, finished second
behind Arnill with a time of 17:19.
"We knew it was going to take an
outstanding effort to win," McGuire
said. "We definitely had more than an
outstanding effort."
The Wolverines pre-game strat-
egy was to group its top five runners
together at the front of the pack as a
way to establish the pace and estab-
lish itself as the clear leader.
"We intimidated all other teams
by running in our group," senior Karen
Harvey, who placed second for the
Wolverines and third overall with a
time of 17:23, said.
Wisconsin coach Peter Tegen was
not pleased with the his team's finish
and expressed his feelings after the
end of the race.
"We did not really have our best

race today," Tegen said. "We had a few
things go wrong. I think Michigan ran
just a really excellent race and they
were clearly the best team today."
The Wolverines compiled a point
total of 29, their best of the three
championship years. Michigan is now
looking toward the District IV cham-
pionships as a spring board for the
upcoming NCAA Championships in

Arkansas.
Other Wolverine finishers Satur-
day included freshman Pauline Arnill
(fourth overall, 17:23), senior Jessi*
Kluge (eighth, 17:45), freshman
Eileen Fleck (13th, 18:07), sopho-
more Jennifer Barber (14th, 18:08),
junior Katy Hollbacher (18th, 18:16),
junior Molly Lori (45th, 19:00), and
Emily Shively (53rd, 19:13).

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PI LAMBDA PHI FRATERNITYY
Members of the International Headquarters Staff of Pi Lambda Phi Fraternity
will be at the University of Michigan reorganizing our MI Epsilon chapter from
October 30th to November 4, 1994. We are seeking quality men who are interested
in joining a fraternity which bases men on their character regardless of their race,
religion or creed. The International Headquarters will be overseeing a New Member
Program where interested men can become fully initiated brothers within one month
of commencement of the program. We will be hosting an informational meeting in
the Henderson Room located on the second floor of the Michigan League from 9:00-
10:00 P.M. on Tuesday November 1, 1994. We encourage all interested students to
attend. To obtain more information call either Jeff Buhler or Lance Caldwell at the
Michigan League Hotel at 764-3177 between Sunday Oct. 31st to Thurs. Nov. 4th.

By SCOTT BURTON
Daily Basketball Writer
The beginning of the Michigan
men's basketball season has been
marked by injuries of varying severity.
Makhtar Ndiaye (sprained knee),
MaceoBaston (separated shoulder) and
Olivier SaintJean (knee tendinitis) have
been stricken by significant injuries,
while Dugan Fife (sprained ankle) is
just returning from one.
Saint Jean's injury is the cause of
the most concern. He is rehabilitating
his problematic left knee this fall, and

his status will be evaluated in Decem-
ber. He is, however, expected to play
some time this season and will not be
redshirted.
He suffered from tendinitis in his
left knee when he first joined the Wol-
verines last fall. While playing for a
club team in France this summer, he
also developed bone spurs in that knee.
Consequently, without the knowl-
edge of the Michigan coaching staff, he
underwent knee surgery in France this
summer. The surgery compounded the
tendinitis, which is keeping Saint Jean

out of action this fall.
Baston and Ndiaye suffered inju-
ries in an October 24th practice, and
both will be out for a couple of weeks.
Ndiaye sprained his left knee when
he landed on it awkwardly. Taylor's
left shoulder came out of its socket
after he fought Maurice Taylor for a
rebound. He originally dislocated that
shoulder his junior year in high school.
Fife, who was on the sidelines wit
a sprained ankle, returned to practi
October 21. He twisted his ankle at the
end of the summer.

Mitch is away on Monday and Tuesday!
NO COVER
$2.00 Pitchers
$.50 cans MGD & MGD Light
Remember: Mitch serves only 60 oz Jumbo pitchers and
premium beer - Not tiny pitchers and "rot-gut" beer!!!

INTRAMURAL
SPORTS
PROGRAM

ENJOYABLE!
UPCOMING ACTIVITIES

CROSS
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PRE-SEASON
BROOMBALL

Entry Deadline: Mon 1117 4:30pm IMSB Main Office
Entry Fee: $5 for individuals/$22 per team
Course Length and Location: 3.1 m/5k Mitchell/Gallup
Race Date and Time: Weds 11/9 5:00pm
Entry Deadline: Thurs 11/10 4:30pm IMSB Main Ofc
Entry Fee: $5 for individuals/$35 per team
Manager's Meeting (Mandatory): Thurs 11/10 6pm IMSB
Weigh-In's: Monday November 14 9am - 3pm IMSB
Meet Dates: Tues, Weds & Thurs November 15, 16 & 17
Entries Taken: Mon 11/14 - 11/21 11am-4:30pm IMSB
Entry Fee: $25 per team
Manager's Meeting (Mandatory): Mon 11/21 6pm IMSB
Tourney Dates: Mon - Thurs 11/28 - 12/8

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