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Page 2-The Michigan Daily- Sports Monday- November 9, 1992

'M'11 Sports Calendar
Monday, November 9
No events scheduled.
Tuesday, November 10
No events scheduled.
Wed nesday, November 11
No events scheduled..
Thursday, November 12-
No events scheduled.
Friday, November 6
Hockey vs.~ Miami, 7p.m., Yost Ice Arena.
Men's Swimming and Diving vs. Wisconsin,
4 p.m., Canham Natatorium.
Volleyball at Minnesota, 8:30 p.m., Minneapolis.
Saturday, November 7
Football vs. Illinois , 12 p.m. (ABC-TV), Michigan
Sta di um.
Hockey vs. Miami, 7p.m., Yost Ice Arena.
Women's Cross Country at NCAA District IV
Championship, 10:30a.m., Bloomington.
Men's Cross Country at NCAA District IV
Championship, 11 a.m., Bloomington.
Volleyball vs. Iowa, 8:30 p.m., Iowa City.
Wrestling at Ohio Open Meet, all day, Columbus.
Sunday, November 8
Wrestling at Ohio Open Meet, all day, Columbus.
All1 club sports teams wishing to have their schedules
printed in the SPORTSMonday Calendar should bring
copy of their schedule to the Daily at 420 Maynard.

The top 25 teams in the Associated Press 1992 college football
poll, with fiirst-place votes in parentheses, records through

Nov.8, and how they fared in

Team
1. Miami(t61}
2. Alabama (1)}
3. Michigan
4. Texas A&M
5. Florida St.
6. Washington
7. Nebraska
8. Notre Dame
9. Arizona
10. Syracuse
11. Florida
12. Georgia
13. Colorado
14. N. Carolina St.
15. Stanford
16i. Mississippi St.
17. Boston College
18. Southern Cal
19. Ohio St.
20. Kansas
21. Washington St.
22. Penn St.
23. Tennessee
24. Hawaii
25. North Carolina

Record
8-0
9-0
80-7
9-0
8-1
8-1
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7-1-1
6-2-1
8-1
6-2'
7-2
7-1-1
7-2-1
7-3
7-2
7-1-1
5-2-1
7-2
7-2
7-2
6-3
5-3
7-1
7-3

Saturday's action.
How they fared
idle
beat Louisiana St., 31-11
beat Northwestern, 40-7
beat Louisville 40-18
beat Maryland, 69-2 1
lost to No. 12 Arizona, 16-3
beat No. 13 Kansas, 49-7
beat No. 9 Boston College, 54-7
beat No. 1 Washington, 16-3
beat Virginia Tech, 28-9
beat Southern Mississippi, 24-20
idle
beat Oklahoma St., 28-0
beat Virginia, 31-7
No. 11 Southern Cal, 23-9 '
beat Arkansas, 10-3
lost to No. 8 Notre Dame, 54-7
l ost to N o. 21 Stanford, 23-9
beat Minnesota,17-0
lost to No. 7 Nebraska, 49-7
beat Arizona St., 20-18
idle
idle
beat Colorado St., 24-13
lost to Clemson, 40-7

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Michigan Daily Athlete-of-the-Week

Diver-less tankers
fall to Vols, Heels

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WHO: Rachael Geisthardt
TEAM: Field Hockey
HOMETOWN: Kelowna, B.C.
YEAR: Freshman
ELIGIBILITY: Freshman
WHY: Recorded her fourth shutout of the season in Friday night's 3-0 victory over
Michigan State, making nine saves. Yesterday, Geisthardt made 12 saves in a 2-0 loss
to No. 2 Iowa, including several spectacular stops.
BACKGROUND: In 1991 was MVP of provincial semifinal game ... trained with British
Columbia under-18 provincial team ... In 1990 was member of Under-16 Canadian
National Championship team ... gold medal winner at 1990 British Columbia Summer
Games ... four year academic honor roll at Okanagan Mission High School.

by Seth King
Daily Sports Writer
Though senior Mindy Gehrs and
sophomore Lara Hooiveld won mul-
tiple events both Friday and Satur-
day, the Michigan women's swim-
ming team was swept in its dual
meets this weekend by both Tennes-
see and North Carolina.
Despite outstanding individual
performances, the team lost both
meets. Friday, Tennessee won, 157-
137; North Carolina won Saturday's
dual, 167.5-131.5. Michigan's re-
cord falls to 2-3.
The team competed without its
divers at this weekend's duals, as
they conditioned for later in the sea-
son. This disadvantage left the Wol-
verines with a 32-point deficit
before either of the competitions be-
ganl.
The all-American Gehrs, who is
from Oak Ridge, Tenn., swam well
in her return home Friday. At this
meet, held in Knoxville, she won
both the 100-yard butterfly, with a
time of :58.12, and the 400-yard in-
dividual medley, in 4:27.09.
Saturday, at Chapel Hill, N.C.,
Gehrs again won the 100-yard but-

terfly, in :58.42, and swam the but-
terfly leg of the Wolverines' 400-
yard medley relay, which was victo-
rious in 3:52.16.
Hooiveld, who is from Australia,
joined Gehrs in the winning relay,
swimming the breaststroke leg. She
came in first in the 100- and 200-
yard breaststrokes both Friday and
Saturday.
Sophomore Alecia Humphrey
also swam well for the Wolverines
this weekend. Humphrey placed first
in the 100-yard backstroke at each
meet, with times of 57.07 and 56.71,
respectively.
Saturday, Humphrey won the
200-yard backstroke iin 2:01.39 and
also led off the winning 400-yard
medley relay.
Karen Barnes, also a sophomore,
won the 500-yard freestyle on
Friday in 5:00.03 and again on
Saturday in 5:00.09. Barnes twice
finished second in the 1000-yard
freestyle behind junior Kirsten
Silvester.
Silvester was victorious versus
both the Volunteers and the Tar
Heels, delivering times of 10:13.87
and 10:10.74, respectively.

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The Toronto Blue Jays selected Bob Bailor with the
first pick in the 1976 draft. Bailor played with the
Dodgers before going to Toronto.
On Nov. 17, Major League Baseball will hold an
expansion draft for the Florida Marlins and the
Colorado Rockies.
The Department of Philosophy
The University of Michigan
announces
THE TANNER LECTURE ON HUMAN VALUES
1992-93
AMOS OZ
Award Winning Author
Professor of Hebrew Literature, Ben Gurion University
THE ISRAELI-PALESTINIAN CONFLICT-...............
TRAGEDY,.COMEDY AND COGNITIVE BLOCK
A storyteller's point of view
Thursday, November 12
Rackham Auditorium
4:00 pm
SYMPOSIUM ON THE TANNER LECTURE
AMOS oz
RASHID KHALIDI
Associate Professor of Modern Middle Eastern History
Director, Center for Middle Eastern Studies
University of Chicago
ANTON SHAMMAS
Adjunct Professor of Near Eastern Studies
The University of Michigan
D TT DTA/ TY

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