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for their apparent under-reprcsen-
"The baseball (Michigan's first
organized varsity sport) team got
its start in 1860, whereas the
women's softball team didn't start
competition until around 1980,"
he said. Perry added that there is
room for expansion and addition.
From the multitude of Big Ten
championship rings to the two
Heisman trophies, there is some-
thing for every one of "those
whose hearts pound with maize
and blue blood," as James Earl
Even the docents (museum
guides), such as Newt Loken, who
coached the men's gymnastics
team to 13 Big Ten Champi-
onships, are walking vaults of
THE TOWSLEY SPORTS MU-
SEUM is located in Schembechler
Hall on State Street, next to Yost
Ice Arena. Its hours of operation
are Monday through Thursday, lIl
a.m. to 1 p.m. and Friday 9 a.m. to
1 p.m. It is closed weekends, in-
cluding football gamedays. Mu-
seum hours will expand after win-
ter break. Admission is free.
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tice said. "However, any possible
violation would be considered mi-
In order to avoid further confu-
sion, the NCAA said it would de-
velop a new camp policy, which will
specify exactly the NCAA's position
on compensation for work at sum-
mer camps. Previously, coachesand
administrators had believed that such
compensation for Lecturing is per-
missible under NCAA rules.
Fisher said he had just received a
mailing from the NCAA regarding
the proposed changes, and was not
familiar enough with them yet to
Many had questioned the judg-
ment of the Michigan coaching staff,
who approved the camp and charity
appearances of the players, in allow-
ing team members to work in what
seemed to be dubious and widely-in-
terpreted circumstances. Fisher de-
nied such uncertainity.
"There was never any question in
our minds," he said. "If we thought
it was an issue, we wouldn't have
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The NCAA declared Mayce Webber and two teammates eligible yesterday.
Despite Fisher's stated assur-
ances, Webber said he thought
clearer rules were necessary.
"Right now, there's a gray area,"
he said. "I hope they get more spe-
cific so more people won't get into
the mess we got into."
Webber added that, though the
review process took over six weeks,
he had not dwelled on it.
"I haven't thought about this at
all," he said. "I just want to play in
March (in the NCAA Tournament)."
Fisher said he had more immedi-
"Now we can get ready for Rice
(Dec. 1) and Duke (Dec. 5)," he
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gled to beat Boston College... this
Penn State team is on a roll."
Never mind that Notre Dame
won 54-7 last week against BC, or
that Penn State has lost three of four.
Holtz will find a way to make it
sound like Notre Dame has no
chance of winning. He always does.
If Holtz was entering the Olympics,
he'd spend weeks praising the Ja-
maican bobsled team.
Penn State, meanwhile, has abso-
lutely no reason to play this game.
After a 5-0 start, things have gone
sour in Happy Valley. And what
kind of a name is Happy Valley
anyway? Sounds like the brand
name of a carpet deodorizer.
Despite the venue, this should be
a good game, because both of these
teams are excellent, at least com-
pared to the Big Ten.
Notre Dame 31, Penn State 30.
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