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Page 2- The Michigan Daily - Sports Monday - October 28, 1990

Michigan Sports
Calendar
A compilation of Michigan sporting events for
the upcoming week.
Monday, October 29
No events scheduled.
Tuesday, October 30
No events scheduled.
Wednesday, October 31
No events scheduled.
Thursday, November 1
No events scheduled.
Friday, November 2
Ice Hockey vs. Ferris State, 7:30 p.m. at Yost Arena
Water Polo at Big Ten Championship, Bloomington, IN
Women's swimming vs. Oakland University, 6:00
p.m. at Canham Natatorium
Volleyball vs. Purdue, 7:30 p.m. at Varsity Arena
Saturday, November 3
Football at Purdue
Ice Hockey vs. Ferris State, 7:30 p.m. at Yost Arena
Volleyball vs. Illinois, 7:30 p.m. at Varsity Arena
Field Hockey vs. Ohio State, 1:00 p.m. at Tartan Turf
Water Polo at Big Ten Championship, Bloomington, IN
Women's Tennis at State of Michigan Tourney, E.
Lansing
Sunday, November 4
Water Polo at Big Ten Championship, Bloomington, IN
Women's Tennis at State of Michigan Tourney, E.
Lansing
All club teams who wish to have their events
appear in the calendar should bring a copy of
their schedules to the Student Publications
tuilding, 420 Maynard.
TpWTen Options for
Buser Douglas

Associated Press
Top 25

Team
(First-nlace)-

Record Weekend result

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1. Virginia (45)
2. Auburn (4)
3. Notre Dame (5)
4. Nebraska (5)
5. Illinois
6. Houston (1)
7. Washington
8. Miami (Fla.)
9. BYU
10. Colorado
11. Tennessee
12. Florida St.
13. Texas
14. Florida
15. Iowa
16. Georgia Tech
17. Mississippi
18. Wyoming
19. Clemson
20.Michigan
21. USC
22. Oklahoma
23. Arizona
24. TCU
25. Oregon

7-0-0
6-0-1
6-1-0
8-0-0
6-1-0
7-0-0
7-1-0
5-2-0
6-1-0
7-1-1
4-1-2
5-2-0
5-1-0
6-1-0
6-1-0
6-0-1
7-1-0
9-0-0
7-2-0
4-3-0
6-2-0
5-3-0
5-2-0
5-2-0
6-2-0

Idle
beat Miss. St.,17-16
beat Pittsburgh, 31-22
beat Iowa St., 45-13
beat Wisconsin, 21-3
beat Arkansas, 62-28
beat California, 46-7
beat Texas Tech, 45-10
beat New Mexico, 55-31
beat Oklahoma, 32-23
Idle
beat LSU, 42-3
beat SMU, 52-3
Idle
beat Northwestern, 56-14
beat Duke, 48-31
beat Vanderbilt, 14-13
beat UTEP, 17-10
beat Wake Forest, 24-6
beat Indiana, 45-19
beat Arizona State, 13-6
lost to Colorado, 32-23
beat Wash St., 42-34
lost totBaylor, 27-21
beat Stanford, 31-0

College News
Top Twenty
The Notre Dame Observer compiles a weekly
college football poll, voted on by the sports
staffs of 24 different college newspapers
nationwide, including The Michigan Daily.
Team Last
(First-place votes) Record Points Week
1. Virginia (20) 7-0-0 474 1
2. Nebraska (3) 8-0-0 431 2
2. Notre Dame 6-1-0 431 4
4. Auburn 6-0-1 427 3
5. Houston 7-0-0 354.5 6
6. Illinois 6-1-0 349.5 5
7. Washington (1) 7-1-0 348 7
8. Miami 5-2-0 298 8
9. Colorado 7-1-1 282 12
10. Brigham Young 6-1-0 257 9
11. Tennessee 4-1-2 222 10
12. Florida State 5-2-0 217 11
13. Texas 5-1-0 186 15
14. Florida 6-1-0 162 14
15. Iowa 6-1-0 143 17
16. Georgia Tech 6-0-1 130 13
17. Mississippi 7-1-0 81 16
18. Wyoming 9-0-0 73 18
19. Clemson 7-2-0 39 ---
20. Southern Cal 6-2-0 37 19 4

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Griddes crowd turns
ugly as deadline nears
Don't push. Don't shove. And don't let this happen again. Now you
have all week to get your Griddes picks in. But things do get a little
hectic at times, and the longer you wait, the worse it gets. So if'
contestants will just form a single-file line - especially during rush
hours like the one in the picture - things will run a lot more smoothly.
We thank you.
Turn in your picks to the Student Publications Building, 420
Maynard for your chance to win a $12 gift certificate to O'Sullivan's
Eatery and Pub. And remember to fill out the tiebreaker!

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1. MICHIGAN at Purdue
2. Iowa at Illinois
3. Indiana at Michigan State
4. Minnesota at Wisconsin
5. Northwestern at Ohio State
6. Pittsburgh at Miami (Fla.)
7. Colorado at Nebraska
8. Auburn at Florida
9. Notre Dame at Navy
10. Georgia Tech at Virginia
SCORE:
MICHIGAN:
PURDUE:

11. TCU at Houston
12. Mississippi at LSU
13. West Virginia at Penn State
14. UCLA at Oregon
15. Washington at Arizona
16. BYU at Air Force
17. Syracuse at Boston College
18. Alabama at Miss. State
19. North Carolina at Clemson
20. Iowa State at Kansas State

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Oosterbaan dies at age 84

Michigan

Daily Athlete-of-the-Week

WHO: Steve Shields
TEAM: Ice Hockey
POSITION: Goalie
HEIGHT: 6-3
WEIGHT: 210
HOMETOWN: North Bay, Ont.
ACADEMIC YEAR: First-year student
ELIGIBILITY: First-year

ANN ARBOR (AP) - Bennie
Oosterbaan, a three-sports varsity
star and the last University of
Michigan football coach to win a
national championship, was known
for a quiet, yet powerful, manner
that brought out the best in his
players.
Oosterbaan died Thursday night
in an Ann Arbor nursing home. He
was 84.
"Bennie Oosterbaan, probably as
much as anyone, typifies the great
tradition of Michigan athletics, as a
player, as a coach, as a gentleman
and a very bright guy," said Bo
Schembechler, former Michigan
coach and now president of the
Detroit Tigers.
In the 1920s, Oosterbaan lettered
in football, basketball and baseball.
He led the Big Ten in touchdowns in
1925 with eight. He was an All-

American in basketball in 1928, and
also that year topped the Big Ten in
hitting in baseball, said Michigan
spokesman John Hamel. Big Ten
spokesman Mark Rudner saidFriday
he couldn't confirm that because'
records aren't kept past 1947.
Schembechler said Friday he first
encountered an Oosterbaan team
when he was an assistant at
Northwestern, and confident of an
easy win. But Oosterbaan came up
with a series of offensive plays off
the single wing, "and he just
absolutely drubbed us. We had no
idea how to get him stopped."
"He was very close to his
players," he said. "They revered him,
because they knew he was a quality
guy. have never heard anyone say a
bad word about Bennie Oosterbaan."
Oosterbaan became an assistant
coach in 1928 and head coach in

1948, winning the national
championship his first year at the
helm. During his 11 years as head
coach, Michigan won three Big Ten
championships and a Rose Bow
victory in - 1951 by defeating
California, 14-6. He compiled a 66-
33-4 record.
Oosterbaan, born in Muskegon in
1906, was director of athletic alumni
relations until he retired in 1972.
"Bennie Oosterbaan is a
Michigan tradition," said Ron
Kramer of Fenton, who played for
Oosterbaan before a successful car %
with the Green Bay Packers of th~w
NFL. "The man gave his whole life
to Michigan."a
Kramer said Oosterbaan didn't
recruit players; he felt that if they
wanted to play for the Wolverines
they would attend Michigan.

WHY: Shields filled the void in goal for the Wolverines this weekend, playing all ninety
minutes and posting two wins against Illinois-Chicago, 9-2 and 5-1. Goaltending
has been the only major weak spot thus far for the Wolverines who now sit atop
the CCHA with a 5-1 record. Shields was nearly perfect Saturday night, allowing
only one deflected shot to score and making several spectacular saves. Friday,
he notched 28 saves and held the Flames scoreless until the high-powered
Wolverine offense was able to turn it on.
BACKGROUND: Talented all-around athlete... played for St. Mary's Lincolns in Western
Junior B league... had a 4.80 goals against average with a .871 save percentage
while getting plenty of work... earned MVP honors in basketball and track during
high school career... born 7-19-72 in Toronto

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