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Women's Basketball Volleyball
vs. Finland National Team vs. Illinois
Tomorrow, 7 p.m. Friday, 7:3rp.m.
Crisder Arena Keen Arena

The Michigan Daily

Tuesday, November.17, 1992

Page 8

Griddes!
Yes, that's right. It's the BIG
match up, the classic duel.
The rivalry has been played
out for years. This season's
edition could prove to have
conference ramifications.
You now have a chance to
pick the winner in this
vaunted meeting - Yale vs.
Harvard. Turn in your picks at

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1. Michigan at Ohio St.
2. Michigan St. at Illinois
3. Iowa at Minnesota
4. Wisconsin at Northwestern
5. Indiana at Purdue
6. Pittsburgh at Penn St.
7. Miami (Fla.) at Syracuse
8. Texas A&M at TCU
9. Washington at Washington St.

10. Florida at Vanderbilt
11. Colorado at Iowa St.
12. Wake Forest at NC St.
13. Virginia at Virginia Tech
14. North Carolina at Duke
15. Southern Cal at UCLA
16. Stanford at California
17. Oregon at Oregon St.
18. Dartmouth at Princeton
19. Brown at Columbia
20. Yale at Harvard
Tiebreaker:Total points -
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Team (1st votes) Pts.
1. Maine (24) 247
2. Lake Superior State 214
3. Michigan 174
4. Denver 157
5. Harvard 153
6. Wisconsin 136
7. Boston University (1) 126
8. Miami (Ohio) 39
9. Vermont 29
10.Western Michigan 28
Others receiving votes
Clarkson 19
Yale 16
Michigan Tech 13
Michigan State 6
UMass-Lowell 5
Minnesota 4
St. Lawrence 3
Brown 2
Bowling Green 2
Alaska-Fairbanks 2

by Ken Davidoff
Daily Basketball Writer
sAs the fall signing period for
high school seniors concludes today,
Michigan's signing list brings forth
memories of Jack Ruby - it'll get
some notice, but it won't be the one
about which everyone will be talking
years from now.
As was expected, 6-foot-3 point
guard Bobby Crawford last week
signed a national letter of intent to
attend Michigan next fall. The
youngster from Houston Eisenhower
has garnered universal acclaim for
both his athletic prowess and his
academic accomplishments.

"We are elated with the signing
of Bobby Crawford," Michigan
coach Steve Fisher said. "He will
exhibit the same focus on his aca-
demics as he does on athletics. We
look forward to having him continue
in the long line of outstanding
Michigan guards."
However, Fisher also expressed
frustration with the fact that he and
his staff were only able to persuade
one top recruit to don the maize and
blue next year.
"I'm disappointed that we didn't
get more than one," Fisher said. "We
had a host of guards. And we had a
couple that we -really wanted and

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have taken another guard. But we
didn't. We'll be recruiting too many
seniors all winter long. I'd rather be
recruiting juniors all winter long."
The majority of high-caliber se-
niors recruited by the Wolverines
opted to go elsewhere.
Center Rashard Griffith, a 7-
footer from Chicago, chose to join
Stu Jackson and his rising Wisconsin
program. Forward Jerry Stackhouse
and guard Jeff McInnis, both at the
Oak Hill Academy in Virginia, will
play for North Carolina. Guard Mike
Powell of Washington, D.C. has
elected to attend Virginia.
This will not be regarded as a lost
year for Michigan, though. Most
high school basketball pundits
ranked Crawford as the second- or
third-best point guard in his class; he
could very well step in and start next
year. And the Wolverines are still in
the running for some of the big
names who shunned the early sign
ing period and will wait for the April
14-May 15 time frame.
All the recruiting gurus would
stake their reputations on the fact
that Sylvester Ford, a 6-6 guard from
Memphis, will go to Memphis State.
Sylvester Ford Sr., Ford's father and
high school coach, has a longtime
friendship with Tigers coach Larry
Finch. But Ford insists nothing is
definite.
"It's not true," Ford said about
his commitment to Memphis State.
"They're (his father and Finch)
friends, but that won't be a factor in
my decision."
Six-foot-6 forward Charles
O'Bannon and 6-10 forward Avon-
die Jones, both of Artesia High
School in Lakewood, Calif., also
have Michigan on their short lists.
Jones is also strongly considering
USC and Arizona, while UCLA and
Kentucky rank among O'Bannon's
top choices.
Brick Oettinger, recruiting
columnist for The Poop Sheet, rate
Kansas, Duke, LSU, Indiana and
Cincinnati as the schools with the
five best recruiting classes at this
point..

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