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Page 10 - The Michigan Daily - Monday, October 15,1990

iSports
Calendar
A compilation of Michigan sporting events for.
the upcoming week.
Monday, October 15
Men's basketball Open practice, 2p.m. at Crisler Arena
Tuesday, October 16
Field Hockey vs. Miami (OH), 3 p.m. at Tartan Turf
Wednesday, October 17
Volleyball at Michigan State
Thursday, October 18
Ice Hockey at Bowling Green, 7:30 p.m.
Friday, October 19
Ice Hockey vs. Bowling Green, 7:30 p.m. at Yost Arena
Saturday, October 20
Football vs. Iowa, 1 p.m. at Michigan Stadium
Volleyball at-Northern Michigan
Field Hockey vs. Michigan State at Iowa
Women's Cross Country at Eastern Michigan Open
Men's Soccer at Kalamazoo College, 2 p.m.
Men's Rugby vs. Southside Irish Collegiate Select
Sunday, October 21
Volleyball at Michigan Tech
Field Hockey at Iowa
All club teams who wish to have their events
appear in the calendar should bring a copy of
their schedules to the Student Publications
Building, 420 Maynard.

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College News
Top Twenty
The Notre Dame Observer compiles a weekly
college football poll, voted on by the sports
staffs of 26 different college newspapers
nationwide, including The Michigan Daily.

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Last
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1. Virginia (20)
2. Miami (2)
3. Tennessee (1)
4. Auburn
5. Nebraska (2)
6. Notre Dame
7. Florida State
8. Michigan (1)
9. Houston
10. Oklahoma
11. Illinois
12. Brigham Youn
13. Georgia Tech
14. Southern Cal
15. Washington
16. Colorado
17. Florida
18. Wyoming
19. Michigan Sta
20. Indiana

6-0-0
4-1-0
4-0-2
4-0-1
6-0-0
4-1-0
4-1-0
3-2-0
5-0-0
5-1-0
4-1-0
5-1-0
5-0-0
4-2-0
5-1-0
5-1-1
5-1-0
7-0-0
2-2-1
4-0-1

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445
415
409
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323
259
253
243
204
194
175
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Former stars Tracep. e Thou
F i sher S ta d ium---a gain , .

by Eric Sklar
Daily Sports Writer

Separated at Griddes!
UNLV coach Jerry Tarkanian loves to play Griddes (he really likes foot-
ball better), even though his basketball team has incurred some violations
that may keep the Rebels from defending their National Championship.
"At least I can still win something," the illustrious coach said.
But, wait a minute, which guy is Tark? Well, if you guessed the guy on
the left, you picked out Sir Georg Solti, conductor of the Chicago Sym-
phony Orchestra. Solti says that the shark is no match for a mighty baton.
Then again, neither could beat this week's winner, Eugene Pantangco,
who correctly named 18 victors and won the score tiebreaker.
Get your Griddes picks in to win the $12 gift certificate to O'Sullivan's.
Drop them off by 5 p.m. Friday at the Daily at 420 Maynard!

1. Iowa at Michigan
2. Northwestern at Wisconsin
3. Michigan St. at Illinois
4. Ohio St. at Purdue
5 Indiana at Minnesota
6. Miami (Fla.) at Notre Dame
7 UCLA at California
8. Maryland at Duke
9 Virginia at Wake Forest
10. Alabama at Tennessee
Name:
Phone:

11. Florida St. at Auburn
12. Houston at SMU
13. Washington at Stanford
14. Georgia Tech at N. Carolina
15. Arizona St. at Oregon
16. Baylor at Texas A&M
17. Arizona at USC
18. Clemson at N. Carolina St.
19. Arkansas St. at Mississippi
20. Weber St. at Wyoming
Michigan: -
Iowa:

Like all games, baseball is
supposed to be fun. And yesterday, it
was.
Former Wolverine players came
back to Ann Arbor this weekend and
participated in an exhibition game
against the current Wolverine club to
raise money for the baseball pro-
gram. Michigan defeated the alumni,
4-2.
The alumni team included current
big league players Jim Abbott
(California Angels) and Steve
Ontiveros (Philadelphia Phillies),
former major leaguers, several minor
league players, and other alumni.
Abbott pitched the first inning
for the former Wolverines, and Larry
Sorensen was on the mound in the
second.
Dennis Konuszewski was the
first of five pitchers used by
Michigan. He did not give up a hit
in the two innings that he pitched,
but he did walk two batters.
Jason Pfaff entered the game in
the third inning for the Wolverines,
and promptly gave up two hits.
Ontiveros scored later in the inning
on an error, giving the alumni a 1-0
lead.
In the fourth inning, former
major leaguer Steve Howe gave up
three hits to load the bases. A pitch

then got by catcher Darrin Campbell
which let Andy Fairman score. Dave
Everly then drove in Todd Winston
to put Michigan ahead. Scott
Winterlee tried to squeeze another
run out of Everly's hit, but was
thrown out at the plate.
Wolverine Steve Buerkel opened
up the fifth inning with a hit off of
Dave Karasinski. He then stole
second, and eventually scored on a
hit by Fairman.
Russell Brock pitched the sixth
and seventh innings for Michigan,
giving up one run, while striking
out three. Jeff Tanderys and Todd
Marion also saw pitching action for
the current team.
Michigan outhit the alumni, 11-
4, while committing three errors.
"We made some mistakes,"
assistant coach Ted Mahan said. "But
I thought that the things that we
worked on we did fairly well. We
played alright. We have to get better,
but we will.
"We've been playing intrasquad
games and it was good for them to
play some new faces. They had fun."
Despite losing the game, all of
the alumni had a good time playing
in the exhibition game.
"I've wanted to do this for a long
time," Ontiveros said. "When I was
at school, they didn't have things
like this. This is great."

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