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Page 2-The Michigan Daily - Sports Monday - December 3, 1990

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Sports Calendar
A compilation of Michigan
sporting events for the upcoming
week.
Monday, December 3
Noevents scheduled
Tuesday, December 4
Men's basketball vs. Eashern Michigan,
7:30 p.m., Crisler Arena.
Wednesday, December 5
No events scheduled.
Thursday, December 6
Women's basketball vs. Central
Michigan, 7:30 p.m., Crisler Arena.
Friday, December 7
Ice Hockey at Western Michigan, 7:30
p.m.
Men's and Women's Swimming at the
Michigan Invite, 10 a.m. & 6 p.m.,
Canham Natatorium.
Saturday, December 8
Men's Basketball at Duke, 2 p.m.,
(ABC).
Women's Basketball at Youngstown
State, 5:15 p.m.
Wrestling vs. Ferris State, 12 p.m.,
Keen Arena.
Men's and Women's Swimming at the
Michigan Invite, 10 a.m. & 6 p.m.,
Canham Natatorium.
Men's Gymnastics at the USGF Winter
Nationals.
Ice Hockey vs. Western Michigan, 7:30
p.m., Yost Arena.
Sunday, December 9
Men's and Women's Swimming at the
Michigan Invite, 10 a.m. & 6 p.m.,
Canham Natatorium.
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1. Colorado
2. Georgia Tech
3. Miami, Fla.
4. Brigham Young
5. Texas
6. Florida
7. Notre Dame
8. Florida St.
9. Washington
10. Penn St.
11. Houston
12. Tennessee
13. Michigan
14. Clemson
15. Mississippi
16. Illinois
17. Louisville
18. Iowa
19. Nebraska
20. Auburn
21. Southern Cal.
22. Oklahoma
23. Michigan St.
24. Southern Miss.
25. Ohio St.

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Beat Georgia, 40-23
Beat San Diego St., 30-28
lost to Hawaii, 59-28
Beat Texas A&M, 28-27
lost to Florida St., 45-30
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Beat Arizona St., 62-45
Beat Vanderbilt, 49-20
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UNLV
Arizona
Arkansas
N. Carolina
Michigan St.
Alabama
Syracuse
Duke
Georgetown
Indiana
Ohio St.
UCLA
Pittsburgh
Georgia Tech
Connecticut
Virginia
Georgia
Oklahoma
So. Miss.
LSU
St. John's
Texas
Missouri
Villanova
Louisville
Michigan

Beat UAB, 109-68
Beat Long Bch. St., 95-68
Beat Kansas St., 112-88
Beat Iowa St., 118-93
Lost to BGSU, 98-85
Lost to So. Miss., 84-82
Beat Cornell, 86-61
Beat UNC-Char., 111-94
Beat S. Indiana, 65-45
Beat Louisville, 72-52
Beat Y'ngstown, 112-67
Beat Virginia, 89-74
Beat St. Francis, 91-85
Lost to Richmond, 73-71
Beat Yale, 49-48
Beat Winthrop, 93-47
Beat Armstrong St, 70-54
Beat Angelo St., 162-99
Beat Alabama, 84-82
Beat Texas, 101-87
Beat Niagra, 66-49
Lost to LSU, 101-87
Beat Oregon St., 65-58
Lost to Temple, 70-57
Lost to Indiana, 72-52
Beat Utah, 81-65

Game Result

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Bears defeat
Lions in OT
CHICAGO (AP) - Jim Har-
baugh's 50-yard touchdown pass to
Neal Anderson with 4:03 left in
overtime Sunday gave the Chicago
Bears a 23-17 victory over the
Detroit Lions.
The Bears won the toss in
overtime and elected to defend the
north goal and get the strong wind at
their back. It nearly proved costly.
The Lions (4-8) took the kick and
marched to the Chicago 17, but
Eddie Murray's 35-yard field goal
was wide left.
The Bears (10-2) then picked up
three first downs before Harbaugh
hit Anderson with the winning pass.

Sports Monday
Senior Editors
Andy Gottesman
Jeff Sheran
Night Editors
Theodore Cox
Phil Green
Assistant Night Editors
Jeff Lieberman
Eric Sklar
Trainee
Jamie Dolin
Answer to Sports Monday Trivia
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