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Students of the University of Houston. Houstonian 1992 - Sports. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. August 27, 2014. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/19684/show/19541.

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Students of the University of Houston. Houstonian 1992 - Sports. Houstonian Yearbook Collection. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/19684/show/19541

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Title Houstonian 1992
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Transcript The Weekly Competitor DISHES the dirt about intramurals 1 he Houstonian Yearbook, The Daily Cou- inclusion of Delta Upsilon in the softball gar, and the upstart Clarion, all great ex- playoffs for the first time in history They amples of journalism (not!), but none of these didn't win a lot of games, but their sportsman- can stand up to the fine publishing of the ship got them a nod over those who won Intramural Department's Weekly Competi- more by forfeit, tor. Terrence O'Connor wrote, "Even The Competitor is news to the hun- though their victories are few and far be- dreds of participants in intramural sports, tween, they act in a very un-fraternity-like Stats, schedules, gossip and bad university I. manner: they remain good sports even when D. photos dominate it's 8 pages (approx.) egotistical, childish, immature teams make every week. themselves feel important by running up the The Weekly Competitor makes teams score on them. While other teams call them- like Unexpected Sex, Sportin' Woodies, Cornea Huskers and Dunkin' Druggist famous with their complete coverage of all the sports and all the leagues. The publica-. WeeklyCompetit< selves winners because of big margins in the score, the true winner, because they play for the love of the game and do it as good sports, is Delta Upsilon." But then again, some teams seem to want to pay for the games, but then never play them. Forfeits continued to cause problems in ranking teams, and determining who went to the playoffs. And if a team did show up, it was probably raining. Football and softball games I photo by Adrees Latif tion is meticulously typed into the computer, then is carefully taped into place before going to the colored paper in the photocopying machine, but not before the announcement of No I. D., No Play is pasted in. More than one opinionated columnist found a gripe with the Fun League not were always being re-scheduled, and not to being very fun, with several no-shows, and the delight of the teams. The scheduling of teams that really belong in the Pro League make-up games on Easter Sunday left a lot of dominating the less athletic ones. teams angry and another round of forfeited Mike Hines, in his column, Mike's games. Gripes, expressed that the Fun League champ On the lighter side, Hines wondered Magic's Repeat should take the hint, and not why anyone would want to park by field #2 play the full court press with their starters for when a good line drive could take out your the entire basketball game against a much windshield? Lara Bankston tried to give some lesser team. "So confident in their quest," Hines wrote, "They have told us in their name that they will "repeat". But because they lack con- press to the Hillel Stars and RSP White who lost almost all their games and forfeited evei more. Then last but not least, Tntramurals fidence in the real sense, they have for some director Mark Kuhlmann listened to the pro- mysterious reason reentered the Fun League." tests of Sigma Chi, and announced that the Other exciting stories included the Chi's won the football championships of 1965. More details to follow in your copies of the -i r/: Weekly Competitor.-Michael Edwards Jni Beta Sigma's Edwin Piece goes up for the slam while everyone around him just stands around in a hypnotic trance. Photo courtesy Intramurals. 1 wo incredibly unidentified women are captured in this photo. We don't know if this counted as an out or not, but the shot looked pretty good to us. Photo courtesy Intramurals Lighting up the SCOREBOARD pholo COUItesy Intramurals Photo courtesy Team Sigma Chi carefully watches how to hit a groundball to the pitcher as Intramurals umpire Titus wonders where the beer is.Photo courtesy of Intramurals Intramural Champions 1991-92 Raquetball Women's: Gina Garza Men's: Alan Barber Horseshoes Heath Johnson Basketball Men's: Towers Women's:Bombers Fun:Urban Gorillas Frisbee Golf The Amazing Randy Softball Co-Rec: Menacing Reas Women's: Bombers Men's: Asbury Jukes Fun Leauge: IEEE Electric Dawgs IM Awards Banquet Winners Male Athlete (tie): Terry Brewer & Kevin Kahler Female Athlete: Lara Bankston Men's Manager: Kirk Bateman, Sigma Nu Women's Manager: Mark Wiedenfeld, Eyeliners Men's Organization: S.AT. Women's Organization: Bombers Men's Sportmanship: Delta Upsilon Women's Sportsmanship: Delta Gamma Intramurals 157