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Page 2-The Michigan Daily-Sports Monday- October 7, 1991

Michigan Sports
Calendar
Monday, October 7
No events scheduled
Tuesday, October 8
No events scheduled
Wednesday, October 9
Volleyball vs. Michigan State, 4 p.m., Keen Arena
Women's Soccer at Bowling Green State, 5 p.m.,
at Bowling Green, Ohio
Men's Soccer at Wooster, 4 p.m.
Thursday, October 10
No events scheduled
Friday, October 11
Field Hockey vs. Ohio State, 6:30 p.m.,
Oosterbaan Field House
Volleyball at Penn State, 7:30 p.m., at University
Park, Penn.
Men's Cross Country at State of Michigan
Championships, TBA, at Ypsilanti
Women's Cross Country at Michigan
d Intercollegiates, TBA, at Ypsilanti
Saturday, October 12
Football at Michigan State, TBA, at East Lansing
Softball hosts NSK/Wolverine Invitational
(exhibition), 10a.m., noon, 2 p.m., Three Fields
Women's Golf at Penn State Invitational, TBA, at
F University Park, Penn.
Women's Soccer vs. Purdue, 4 p.m., Mitchell
Field
Sunday, October 13
Field Hockey vs. Michigan State, 11 a.m.,
F, Oosterbaan Field House
Women's Golf at Penn State Invitational, TBA, at
University Park, Penn.
Women's Soccer vs. Northwestern, 2 p.m.,
Mitchell Field

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National Collegiate
Sportswriters' Poll
Team (First-place votes) Points Last Week
1. Florida State (25) 649 1
2. Miami, Fla. 613 2
3. Washington ( 1) 605 3
4. Tennessee 561 4
5. Oklahoma 536 5
6. Michigan 525 7
7. Notre Dame 489 7
8. Baylor 473 11
9. Penn State 439 10
10. Florida 382 13
11. Ohio State 381 14
12. Clemson 304 6
13. California 302 18
14. Pittsburgh 300 17
15. Iowa 292 9
16. Nebraska 289 16
17. N.C. State 264 20
18. Syracuse 230 12
19. Alabama 202 19
20. Illinois 149 21
21. Texas A&M 117 23
22. Georgia 98-
23. Auburn 62 15
24. Colorado 32 24
25. Mississippi 29-
Others receiving votes: Georgia Tech 24, Southern
Cal 19, Arizona State 17, Southern Mississippi .11,
Indiana 9, UCLA 7, Air Force 7, Mississippi State 7,
Miami (Ohio) 4, Texas 4, Texas Christian 4, Rutgers
3, Fresno State 3, Missouri 3, East Carolina 2, BYU
2, Cornell 1

Michigan Daily Athlete-of-the-Week
WHO: Jesse Johnson
TEAM: Football
HEIGHT: 5-9
WEIGHT: 200
-HOMETOWN: Harper Woods
YEAR: Sophomore
ELIGIBILITY: Frosh
WHY: Johnson rushed for 169 yards and one touchdown on 22 carries, all in the second
half, in the Wolverines' 43-24 victory over Iowa Saturday. Johnson also caught two pas:es
for 34 yards, including a screen pass which he took 28 yards for a touchdown. The pass came
with 0:31 left in the first half and gave Michigan a 19-18 edge going into the lockerroom. The
touchdown was the first of Johnson's career. He closed the scoring with a 17-yard jaunt.
BACKGROUND: One of the team's quickest players... runs the 40-yard dash in 4.4 seconds.
Prep...named the third-best high school prospect by The Detroit News...first-team all-
Midwest selection by Super Prep magazine...Detroit Free Press all-state selection...all-
Catholic, all-city, and all-league in his final two seasons...ran for 2,700 yards in his three-
year high school career.

LW II looks to defend TM title

by Kurt Luttermoser
It's kickoff time once again -
intramural football style, that is.
Last Tuesday and Wednesday, over
300 fledging football teams flocked
to the intramural sports building to
sign up for the upcoming IM foot-
ball season.
These gridiron heros and hero-
ines have been waiting for this mo-
ment since the closing of last year's
season. Pre-season games are already
underway, mascots have been found,
and yes, a coach has even been fired.
Let's take a sneak peek at the respec-
tive leagues and teams with a fore-
cast of what lies ahead.
Each team will play three games
during the regular season. Play-offs
begin immediately thereafter, with
all teams being eligible regardless
of record. All contests take place
Sundays through Thursdays. Game
times vary from 3 p.m. on Sundays
to late night Thursdays at 10 p.m.
Some of the best competition
will be found in the Independent A
division. Last year's powerhouse,
Lethal Weapon II, is back with the
same ammo. Weapon II is rated
number one in Jim Sheists' monthly
"Intramural Football: It's not just
another game" manual. Sheists lists
Weapon II's schedule and last year's
draft as major reasons for LW II to
be favored to take the title again.

Other perennial favorites include
Dr. Mob, The Morgue, and Big Bot-
toms. Talk about mud flaps, Big
Bottoms got 'em. This team will
rely on its massive offensive line to
open holes for its option running at-
tack and, more importantly, control
the time clock. Big Bottoms wide
receiver Glenn Higgins, who led
last year's Independent B league in
touchdown receptions, is looking
forward to the jump to A league
status.
"I'm really excited about play-
ing in A this year," Higgins said,
"and I'm hoping we get to the play-
offs with a chance to meet Lethal
Weapon II."
Teams to keep an eye on in B
league competition include the
Peanuts Gang, Elmo Street Night-
mares, and The Jerks. Co-Rec soft-
ball champions, Rexa-Dog, are back
looking for another piece of hard-

ware to add their mantle shelf. In
fraternity competition, Sigma Nu
should again dominate the headlines.*
So says prognosticator Sheists.
Some rules to be aware of: Teams
must have 5 players to start the
game, 6 for Co-Rec. There will be no
timeouts, unless called by the ref-
eree for injuries or for T.V. pur-
poses. Jerseys of contrasting colors
must be wdrn by each team; plaid is
forbidden. And lastly, teams may
use their own ball on offense, being
either of pebble-grained leather or
rubber covered. Nerfs are not al-
lowed. Game results will appear in
next week's IM Beat.
HOCKEY NIGHT IN ANN
ARBOR- If wishing to engage in
some ice-capades, hockey sign up
deadline is Oct. 9. Interested skaters
can sign up at the intramural sports
building or call 763-3562 for more
information.

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Trivia Answer

The Spartans lost
their first seven
games in 1982,
under Frank
"Muddy" Waters.

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