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2B - The Michigan Daily - SportsMonday - April 10, 2000

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ATHLETE OF THE WEEK

CLUBSPORTsWEEKLY
Edited hv Michwl Kern and Rvan C. Maloney
Blue shooters win, but may be forced to move next season

Who: David Parrish
Hometown: Yorba Linda, Ca.
High School: Esperanza High School

Sport: Baseball
Year: Junior

Why: Has 12 hits, five doubles, two HRs and six RBI in his last five
games. Leads team in batting average (.357), hits (35), homeruns
(7) and RBI (25).

Background: Projected as preseason Big Ten Player of the Year. Hit 9
HRs and 18 doubles as sophomore. Holds .305 career batting average Parrish
at Michigan. Hit .340 with 8 HRs and 22 RBI as senior in high school
and led team to C.I.F. Southern Section Division I Finals Tital. Favorite athlete is his father Lance
who caught in major leagues and won World Series with 1984 Tigers.

The Michigan rifle club took dead
aim in its last meet of the 1999-2000
season this weekend, but the future
of the program is not nearly as
focused.
On Saturday, the Wolverines
defeated Howe Military Academy,
Eastern Michigan, Western Michigan
and Central Michigan in an all day
shoot-out with a score of 1938 out of
2400 points.
Tournaments are shot similar to
Olympic style competition, consist-
ing of three matches, which are shots

fired at targets in various areas -
each one with 10 bulls eyes.
Each team has to shoot a total of
60 bulls eyes - 20 shots lying down,
20 kneeling and a final 20 shot
standing. The top four individual
scores qualify and are added up to
provide a team score.
Paul Moore was the top individual,
finishing with a total score of 517,
Neil McNeight followed with 484
points, and Ray Braekeveld had 472.
Ken Denison rounded out the teams
score with a 465.

After a great season, the
Wolverines may be left without a
place to practice for next year. This
past season they practiced at the
ROTC rifle range.
But cramped for space with the
Ann Arbor Rifle team and ROTC,
they may have to look elsewhere for
a shooting range. There are plans to
possibly move to Eastern Michigan
or Washtenaw Community College
in hopes of gaining a new shooting
range.
-Rhonda Gilmer

Gonna Fly Now!'
Theron Tingstad, captain of th
Michigan boxing club, travelled to
Colorado Springs this weekend as the
club's sole representative at nationals.
Tingstad advanced to the semi-
finals before falling to Mike Benza of
the Air Force Academy in a close
decision. Benza is currently a three-
time champ at nationals. Other teams
competing included Penn State,
California, UNLV, Georgi
Indianapolis Naval Academy an*
West Point.
The sophomore's next match will
be November 10 at the Detroit
Downtown Athletic Club.

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'M' skating club to put on annual show

Angell Hall Computing Site
April 15 & 16
Bursley Rescomp Site
April 14 &15

Forget Finals
.. . For a moment at least
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Games
Prizes
Food

Broadway in Ann Arbor?
The Michigan figure skating club will
be putting on its two-hour rendition of
how Broadway is supposed to be when it
puts on its fifth annual Ice Show,
"Broadway Bound" this Friday night at 7
p.m. at Yost lee Arena.
Instead of singing and dancing to their
favorite tunes, the women will be skating
to selected numbers from Broadway
favorites like 'Les Miserables, Phantom
of the Opera, Cats' and more.
The ice-dancers will put on six solo
performances, small group numbers and
three large group numbers that will
involve the entire club.
The large group numbers will include

"There's No Business Like Show
Business," "Aquarius" and will end wit
"New York, New York" to complime
the New York skyline in the background.
"We're really excited," sophomore
Sarah Solberg said, who will be doing her
solo set to "On My Own" from the musi-
cal 'Les Miserables'. "We've really done
a lot of work for it this semester, we
expect a good crowd."
The show will conclude with a flowers
and "thank you" presentation for seniors
Marva Bak, Dora Cheng, Kyle Jone@
Sarah Kepner, Jenny Jozefiak, Heather
Lutz, Dareth McCoy, Juliet Newcomer
and Jocelyn Rainey.
-Dena Beth Krischer

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