The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, December 01, 1980, Image 10

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Page 10 THE BATTALION MONDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1980 m ^McDonald's DRIVE-THRU WINDOW MCDONALD’S INTRAMURAL HIGHLIGHTS McDonalds BREAKFAST EVERY MORNING At University Drive Now at Manor East Mall Vol. 't 10 Pi Im Game Plan BASKETBALL ENTRIES OPEN: Today (Monday, December 1) marks the opening day that entries for Intramural Basketball are being accepted. Entries will be accepted through next Tuesday (December 9), however entries will be limited so sign up early. Entry fees will be $5.00 per team with the exception of the Super League which will be $15.00. Information regarding all leagues can be obtained at the IM Office (159 East Kyle). INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL OFFICIALS: Anyone inter ested in becoming an Intramural Basketball Official should attend the first training clinic at 7 p.m. tonight in Room 262 of G. Rollie White. SPORTS OFFICIALS ASSOCIATION: Persons interested in joining The Texas A&M Sports Officials Association should attend their meeting on Thursday, December 4, 1980. The meeting will be held at 7 p.m. in Room 267 of G. Rollie White. INTRAMURAL LOGO CONTEST: Information is available today concerning the IM LOGO CONTEST to be held second semester. The contest will determine the new IM logo to be used by the IM-REC SPORTS DEPT, in the years to come. Pick up your rules in the IM Office (159 East Kyle). Top Archers Near record numbers of archers turned out for the Intramural Archery Singles and Doubles tournament held recently in DeWare Fieldhouse. The 142 individuals entered in this year’s tourney were the most contestants in the past three years. Men’s Class A honors went to Forrest Parker with a 284 total while Tricia Green recorded a 279 to capture Women’s A competition. A complete listing of class winners follows: Singles Mens A Forrest Parker 284 B Curtis Boos 257 C Sheldon Wulstein 267* Womens A Tricia Green 279 B Elaine Christensen 220 Doubles C Claire M. Hodgin 255* Mens A Phil Thomas Pat Dzjuik 532 B Greg Frazier Matt Reed 453 C John Gorena Scott Fahlquist 510* Womens A Tricia Green Janet Wilkerson 539 B Lisa Stone Elaine Christensen 436 C Gayle Rathmah Melinda Feobrich 436* Co-Rec A Janet Wilkerson Forrest Parker 544 B Chris Hall Hope Paasch 403 C Randy Mitchell Carol Price 449* ’•'Class C shot at 10 yards as compared to 15 yards for A & B Bill Bryant prepares to serve during his recent racquetball doubles match as his partner, Rick Ostrander, looks on. Racquetball Continues Now that the Thanksgiving Holiday' is over and finals are soon upon us, don’t forget that Intra mural Racquetball action is still in hill swing. Competition will take place right up until the end of the semester. Individuals who have progressed this far should realize that now is not the time to miss a match. Check (and recheck) your schedule and be sure to make room in your busy day for your IM Racquetball date. HgpSMl Jill fail i Walter Beasley of U.T. demonstrates intense concentra tion during the All- University Football Finals. Walt is our “Be Our Guest” winner this week and can pick up his McDonald’s guest card at the IM of fice. U.T. Clinches Class A Football Title Wanted! JSi cp ? IM BASKETBALL 0FFIC1 FLEXIBLE HOURS, GOODf! TRAINING PROVIDED. G PLAYED EVENINGS AND DAYS. ATTEND T0NIGHI TRAINING CLINIC, 7 P.M,, 1 262 G. ROLLIE WHITE. Pickleball Finals, Finally The IM-REC SPORTS OFICE received a collect call last week from the far reaches of Oregon. The caller was the one and only Peter Pickleball and the subject was the results of the TAMU Pick le-Ball Doubles competition held this fall. The IM Dept, apologizes to Peter and the IM Pickle-Ball winners for the delay in reporting the results. Being a first year event, it was only fitting that the Class A Men’s Doubles winners were lliil Aggies. Two freshmen -j Spalding and L. N. R captured the Class A t In the Men’s B actioil Kingsberry and Shamj emerged as the ultimate* while Jan Baldwin and Yidj| kowsky captured the top p the only Women’s class o Co-Rec champs were I Miksch and Rick Ha TAMU Badminton Club Hosts Tourn The Texas A&M Badminton Club hosted their fall toumameal the weekend of November 14-15. The tourney was one of tournament competitions that the club will conduct durios academic year, the second to be held during the spring semesti The tournament was held to provide top-notch competiti® high level badminton players as well as beginner’s competta novices. 1980 Men’s Glass A All-University Flag Football Champions: Kneeling (L-R) Time Fieckert, Walt Beasley, Mike Beasley, Shel ton McMath, Mike Hurdle; Standing (L-R) Kurt Elmendorf, Randy Woodruff, Steve Thelen, Kyle Hawthorne, Moure Ashley, Terry Klein, Steve Moore; In Front, Mascot Ely. Complete results follow: Men’s Singles Women’s Singles Before a chilly crowd of approximately 50 people and 5 dogs, U.T. won the Men’s Class A All- University Flag Football championship with a 14-0 shut-out of Quicksilver. U.T., clad in their burnt orange and white T-shirts with the University of Texas emblem, broke open a scoreless game with touchdowns on their second and third possessions of the second half. The first half was close as neither team was able to generate much offense. Quicksilver’s defense, led by the line play of Keith Paris and Lindsey Eubanks, was particularly effective. Quicksilver’s offense reached the 5-yard line in the closing minutes of the first half only to have the drive stalled by a fourth down incompletion. After the initial drives by both teams in the second half were halted by interceptions, U.T. went to work. Quarterback Mike Beasley hit his brother Walt for a long gain. Beasley then connected with Shelton McMath as McMath was falling to the ground at the goal line for the score. The PAT attempt was unsuc cessful. U.T. then held Quicksilver on four downs and regained the pigskin. During this series, the key play was Beasley’s scramble from his side of midfield to inside his opponent’s 10-yard line. On the very next play, Beasley again connected with McMath, running a flag pattern to the right corner of the endzone, for 6 points. They ran the identical play which was also successful for the 2-point conversion. U.T. chose their name to draw a little attention to themselves and possibly aggravate a team to the point where they could not play, according to team mem ber Kyle Hawthorn. However, the champions did show a little of the 12th man spirit by having number 0, Ely, suited up and ready on the sidelines — Ely is a dog. In Woman’s Class A competition, the Jokers squeaked out a 7-6 decision over Sudden Death. Sudden Death tied the game with 25 seconds remain ing on a fourth down 5-yard pass from QB Belinda Miksch to Melinda Dornak. However, the two point conversion attempt fell incomplete in the end zone, preserving the victory for the Jokers. The victors were undefeated going into the game having already defeated Sudden Death twice. The Jokers’ only score, set up by a Cindy Gough intercep tion, came on a Vicki Markowsky to Becky Darce touchdown pass. Markowsky then connected with Mary Beth Czajowsky for the 1-point conversion. In the Men’s B competition, the Bosque Brewers removed Spot, 32-6. Spot tallied their only score of the game on their first possession when Steve Chap pell connected with Glenn Kimmel in the middle of the end zone. The point after attempt failed. The long bomb was instrumental in the Bosque Brewer’s initial score as QB Bill Hannes hit David Burden. He then completed a touchdown pass to Ted Jones, but the point after failed. Hannes combined with Jones again for their second score, but the point after was again unsuccessful. Hannes threw to Don Burden for their 18th point and then tip-toed into the endzone for the extra point. The Brewers went on to tally two more scores for the 32-6 win. In Co-Rec A finals, Pike’s Marbles defeated Harris Mixed Co., 18-12. Pike’s Marbles scored first when Bubba Oliver caught a touchdown bomb from Mark Humphrey for the 6-0 lead. They also tallied the second points of the game on a bit of razzle dazzle. Humphrey took the snap, rolled left and pitched back to Laureen Marble who tosed a 10-yard scoring strike to Oliver and the half ended 12-0. Harris Mixed Co. rebounded in the second half on their first possession. Quarterback Douglas Harris dropped back to pass from his 20 and hit Rodney Paris at the Marbles’ 10-yard line. Harris then threw to Johnita Davis for the touchdown. Their point after attempt failed. Pike’s Marbles retalliated with a 5-yard scoring pass from Humphrey to Mike Thomas to make the score 18-6. The final tally of the contest came as a result of Davis’ arm and Harris legs. Starting on their own 20, Davis connected on a short pass to Harris who scampered down the left sideline untouched for the score. In other All-U final action, Mosher #1 defeated the Keathley Kommets to take the Women’s B title while the Natives defeated Boborigma in Men’s C. In Co- Rec Class B, Who Cares nipped T&A, 15-14, while in C competition U.T. (again) devoured CoRist, 28-14. OCA III captured the Women’s C title at an earlier date. Men’s Doubles Women’s Doubles Mixed Doubles Louis Tijerina Danny Valenta Pete Petroski Sandy Jobes Rahela Rashied Patsy Spinelli Louis Tijerina/Mark Morford Danny Valenta/Alan Johnson Eric Sandy/N. Fox Cheryl Northam/Sandy Jobes Ruth Allessandro/M. Burnett Sandy Jobes/Clay Jobes Tracy May/Danny Valenta Teri Andrews/Phil DuPree hose T nly hor le By Putt Putt Champs jey perfo her by id of their heirunifo ything t] and [where tl Riey are tl lonymity ibt becau: ly Tom Phillips carded a 71 to top the Men’s Singles field in the IM Putt Putt Golf classic. Phillips’ female counterpart was Susan Schillings who toured the course in 83 (36 holes). The doubles action seaw Jeff Beckman and David Barnett com bine for a 159 total to win the Men’s Doubles title while Susan Kuhn and Marianne Ruppe carded a 174 total to take the Women’s Doubles actii Co-Rec honors went Cunningham and Dennis ft coat, also with a 174 Hole-in-Ones were recorded during the onedai petition. Greg Noonan ledtl pack with three hole-in-oner Marianne Ruppe recordedtl ly female single. femyster Jver Tap: Silver Taps 1 most so jjte paid t eath was uate clas: rat final |gun salu rree-par siting to )asy. The ’stay in t Brownson, Oakleaf Defend Crowns Last year’s All-University Class A Handball Champions, Jeff Bron son and Susan Oakleaf, were vic torious once again in this year’s edition of the IM Handball Singles tournament. Tim Feickert captured the iony, hi ie team i nly six a ls > two ar of the s > -m ^ °tl Men s Class B title while t»ls 0 s en i 0 ly Holtz of Squadron 14 tod nate. honors in the Women’s 0 ich sprin action. lion to hi The Men’s C crown W J Thejui Mike Seawright. No comps lie team was held in Women’s Long Driving Results David Gourley by 8 yards. Thirty four persons competed in the annual IM Long Driving Con test held on the East Campus Polo Fields. The winning drive of 293 yards was by Andy Totah. Totah’s effort outdistanced runner-up In the ladies segment oil! 1 AV tion, Jane Loeber clubbed lit II 148 yards while defeating* f place finisher, Debra Wale. >>se their “man mal of the tea 15 A&M. ^ actual Punters, Passers And Kickers Mary Castor established a new Intramural record in winning the Women’s division of the Punt, Pass & Kick Contest this fall. Cas tor’s total of 250 feet 6 inches ec lipsed Cindy Rogers’ old mark of 238 feet 2% inches. Jon Moore topped the Men’s field with a total of474 yards. For ty-two individuals competed in the competition. Awesome Roots success fully defended their Men’s Class B All- University volleyball ti tle again this year. Kneeling (L-R) Vance Schultz, Billy Eller- brock, Jim Sanders; Standing (L-R) Richard Michalka, David Boc- khorn, Ricky Rice, Chris Thomas. hicreas cv iolati( Allege St Increase ' e sched ® e Colk c incluc Acknowledgments This ad is sponsored by your local McDonald Restaurants at University Drive and Manor East Mall. 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