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Page 2-The Michigan Daily- Sports Monday - November 11, 1991

Michigan Sports
Calendar
Monday, November 11
:No events scheduled
Tuesday, November 12
No events scheduled
Wednesday, November 13
No events scheduled
Thursday, November 14
Women's Basketball vs. Cuban National Team,
5:45 p.m., at Crisler Arena
Men's Basketball vs. Cuban National Team, 7:30 p.m.,
Crisler Arena
Friday, November 15
Ice Hockey at Miami, 7:30 p.m., at Oxford
Volleyball vs. Northwestern, 8 p.m., Cliff Keen Arena
Saturday, November 16
Football at Illinois, 3:30 p.m., at Champaign
Volleyball vs. Wisconsin, 7:30 p.m., at Cliff Keen Arena
Ice Hockey at Miami, 7:30 p.m., at Oxford
Men's/Women's Cross Country at NCAA District IV
Championship, 11 a.m., Bloomington
Men's/Women's Swimming and Diving, at
Wisconsin, 1 p.m., Madison
Sunday, November 17
No Events Scheduled
All club sports teams who want their schedules printed can
bring a copy of their schedule to the Daily at the Student
Publications Building on 420 Maynard.

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National Collegiate
Sportswriters' Poll

Team (First-place votes)

Points Last Week

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Florida State (20)
Washington (4)
Miami (1)
Michigan
Florida
California
Alabama
Penn State
Iowa
Tennessee
Nebraska
Notre Dame
Texas A&M
Clemson
Syracuse
East Carolina
Colorado
Ohio State
Oklahoma
Baylor
Virginia
N.C. State
Stanford
Illinois
Brigham Young

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591.5
576.5
551
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468
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422
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372
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Michigan Daily Athlete-of-the-Week

Others receiving votes: Bowling Green 22, Georgia 20, UCLA 20, Air Force
10, Fresno State 10, Tulsa 10, San Diego State 5, Indiana 4, Arkansaas 3,
TCU 3, Cornell 2, Kansas St. 2, LSU 2, Houston 1, Nevada 1, Pittsburgh 1.
GRIDDES
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I.Ijinos Phone

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Felsner

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Wiseman

Oliver

WHO: Denny Felsner, David Oliver, and Brian Wiseman
TEAM: Ice Hockey
HOMETOWN: Mt. Clemens, MI; Courtenay, B.C.; Chatham, ONT
YEAR: Senior; Sophomore; Sophomore
ELIGIBILITY: Senior; Sophomore; Sophomore
WHY: The new first line combined for 24 points (11 goals, 13 assists) in Michigan's 7-3 and 7-6 victories over Minnesota.
The line scored all seven of the first game's goals by itself, and tallied four of the Wolverines' seven in game two. Felsner, a
winger and Hobey Baker award candidate, led the weekend attack with three goals and seven assists. In Friday's game, he
assisted on all five of the goals he didn't score. Oliver notched a hat trick in each game, adding an assist Saturday evening
for a seven-point series. Wiseman, who centers the line, scored two goals and five assists against the Badgers.

Sports Monday
Senior Editors

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Your Liberal Arts egree
Can Lead?.
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for Communication, can take you into a management career in mass media,
telecommunications, public policy, corporate communication, and more.
Here's what some recent graduates of Annenberg's M.A. program are doing:

Theodore Cox
Jeff Sheran
Night Editor
Jeff Williams

Assistant Night Editors
Chad Saf ran
Tim Spolar
Andy Stabile

Answer to Sports Monday Trivia
Defensive end Curtis Greer, No. 6 overall pick by
St. Louis Cardinals in 1980.

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Vice-President, TV Programming
Walt Disney Co.
Analyst, International TV Marketing
MGM/UA
Director, European Sales & Marketing
International Home Video
J. Walter Thompson
Sr. Account Executive
Price Waterhouse
Senior Telecommunications Consultant
Abbeville Press
New Projects Editor
Warner Bros. Records
Coordinator, International Publicity
Black Entertainment Television
Director of Operations and
Business Development

Goldman, Sachs & Co.
Senior Telecommunications Analyst
The Learning Channel
Vice President,
Affiliate Sales & Marketing
National Cable TV Association
Director, State & Local
Regulatory Issues
Tribune Broadcasting
Strategic Planning Analyst
Pacific Telesis
Director, Strategic Analysis
Federal Communications Commission
Analyst, Legal Affairs
Capital Cities/ABC
Research Manager
American Diabetes Association
Public Affairs Director

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Sandra Jahiel, Director of Career Development for the Annenberg School for Communication,
will be on campus to answer questions .you have about the
Master's in Communications Management program and career opportunities.
Look for the Annenberg table.

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