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Page 10-The Michigan Daily- Monday, October 22, 1990

Michigan Sports
Calendar
A compilation of Michigan sporting events forj
the upcoming week.
Monday, October 22
No events scheduled
Tuesday, October 23
Volleyball vs. Western Michigan, 7:30 p.m. at Varsity Arena
Wednesday, October 24
Men's Soccer vs. Schoolcraft, 4 p.m. at Mitchell Field
Thursday, October 25
Women's Tennis at All-American Tourney at Los
Angeles,. California (through October 28)
Friday, October 26
Ice Hockey vs. Illinois-Chicago, 7:30 p.m. at Yost Arena
Volleyball at Ohio State
Field Hockey vs. Iowa, 3 p.m. at Tartan Turf
Saturday, October 27
Football at Indiana (ABC)
Volleyball at Indiana
Men's and Women's Cross Country Big Ten
Championships at Minneapolis, Minnesota
Men's Soccer at Albion, 11 a.m.
Men's Rugby vs. Milwaukee RFC
Sunday, October 28
Field Hockey vs. Northern Illinois, 11 a.m. at Tartan Turf
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.

Associated Press
Top 25
Here's a look at how the top 25 college
football teams fared over the weekend:

Team

This Week

Rec. Next Week

V M i " " V V V

1. Virginia
2. Miami (Fla.)
3. Tennessee
4. Nebraska
5. Auburn
6. Notre Dame
7. Florida St.
8. Illinois
9. Houston
10. Michigan
11. Ga. Tech
12. BYU
13. Washington
14. Colorado
15. USC
16. Oklahoma
17. Florida
18. Mississippi
19. Texas
20. Indiana
21. Wyoming
22. Clemson
22. Iowa
24. Mich. St.
25. Texas A&M

Beat Wake Forest, 49-14
Lost to Notre Dame, 29-20
Lost to Alabama, 9-6
Beat Oklahoma St., 31-3
Beat Florida St., 20-17
Beat Miami (Fla.), 29-20
Lost to Auburn, 20-17
Beat Michigan St., 15-13
Beat SMU, 44-17
Lost to Iowa, 24-23
Tied North Carolina, 13-13
Idle
Beat Stanford, 52-16
Beat Kansas, 41-10
Lost to Arizona, 35-26
Lost to Iowa St., 33-31
Beat Akron, 59-0
Beat Ark. St., 42-13
Beat Arkansas, 49-17
Lost to Minnesota, 12-0
Beat Weber St., 21-12
Beat N.C. State, 24-17
Beat Michigan 24-23
Lost to Illinois, 15-13
Tied Baylor, 20-20

7-0-0
4-2-0
4-1-2
7-0-0
5-0-1
5-1-0
4-2-0
5-1-0
6-0-0
3-3-0
5-0-1
5-1-0
6-1-0
6-1-1
5-2-0
5-2-0
6-1-0
6-1-0
4-1-0
4-1-1
8-0-0
6-2-0
5-1-0
2-3-1
4-2-1

Idle
at Texas Tech
Idle
at Iowa St.
at Miss. St.
at Pittsbur gh
Louisiana St.
at Wisconsin
Arkansas
at Indiana
Duke
New Mexico
California'
Oklahoma
at Ariz. St.
at Colorado
Idle
at Vanderbilt
SMU
Michigan
at UTEP
at Wake Forest
Northwestern
Purdue
Rice

College News
Top Twenty
The Notre Dame Observer compiles a weekly
college football poll, voted on by the sports
staffs of 28 different college newspapers
Team Last
(First-place votes) Record Points Week
1. Virginia (22) 7-0-0 552 1
2. Nebraska (2) 7-0-0 518 5
3. Auburn (2) 5-0-1 500 4
4. Notre Dame 5-1-0 357.5 6
5. Illinois 5-1-0 416 11
6. Houston (1) 6-0-0 402 9
7. Washington 6-1-0 365 15
8. Miami 4-2-0 363 2
9. Brigham Young 5-1-0 303 12
10. Tennessee 4-1-2 282 3
11. Florida State 4-2-0 . 268 7
12. Colorado 6-1-1 265 16
13. Georgia Tech 5-0-1 186 13
14. Florida 6-1-0 178 17
15. Texas 4-1-0 166 ---
16. Mississippi 6-1-0 152 ---
17. Iowa 5-1-0 133 ---
18. Wyoming 8-0-0 114 18
19. Southern Cal 5-2-0 64, 14
20. Michigan 3-3-0 57 8

Michigan Daily Athlete-of-the-Week
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WHO: Chris Tamer
TEAM: Ice Hockey
POSITION: Defenseman{
HEIGHT: 6-2
WEIGHT: 195
HOMETOWN: Dearborn Heights, Mi.
ACADEMIC YEAR: Sophomore
ELIGIBILITY: Sophomore
WHY: In one of college hockey's more beautiful displays of fighting (since there hardly
ever is any), Tamer knocked the helmet off of Bowling Green's Liew Ncwana
during the second period of Friday's game at Yost Ice Arena. He then delivered a
few blows to the face before holding his jersey with one hand and banging
Ncwana's head against the boards. Tamer received a game disqualification and
will miss Friday's game as a result. The Wolverines scored three goals after
Tamer's fight. Tamer established himself as a definite heavyweight contender in
the CCHA, if there was any question after last year.

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Senior Editors

Mike Gill
Jeff Sheran
Night Editor
Matt Rennie
Asst. Night Editors
Ken Artz
Waft Butzu

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Matt Dodge
Josh. Dubow
Rich Levy
Eric Sklar

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Don Newcombe

SENIORS
This is it!
Here's your chance to get your picture
in the 1991 MichiganEnsian yearbook
Our photographer is back!
Get your Senior Portrait taken
October 22 through October 26
on the second floor

of the UGLi. Don't forget your Weoe HomeRoxy m-c d(PG-)a)
5:00 7:00 9:15
appointment and your $3.00 sitting fee! ome:-c
If you have any questions, call 764-0561. 0T X15(

These people missed
Fall Fashion
last year.
Look what happened.
Don't let it happen
to you.

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