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2 - The Michigan Daily - SPORTSMonday - Monday, September 27, 1993

Monday, September 27 -
No events scheduled.
Tuesday, September 28 -
No events scheduled.
Wednesday, September 29 -
Men's Soccer at Schoolcraft, 5 p.m., Livonia, Mich.
Thursday, September 30 -
No events scheduled.
Friday, October 1-
Women's Volleyball at. Iowa, 7:30 p.m., Iowa City.
Field Hockey at Penn State, 4 p.m., State College.
Women's Tennis at Notre Dame Tournament, all
day, Notre Dame, Ind.
Saturday, October 2 -
Football vs. Iowa, 12:30 p.m. (ESPN), Michigan
Stadium.
Women's Volleyball at Minnesota, 7:30 p.m.,
Minneapolis.
Field Hockey vs. Iowa at Penn State, 1 p.m., State
College.
Women's Tennis at Notre Dame Tournament, all
day, Notre Dame, Ind.
Men's Golf at Colonial Classic, all day, Richmond,
Ky.
Sunday, October 3 -
Women's Tennis at Notre Dame Tournament, all
day, Notre Dame, Ind.
Men's Golf at Colonial Classic, all day, Richmond,
Ky.
If any club would like to add its schedule to the 'M'
Sports Calendar, please drop off a copy at the Michigan
Daily, 420 Maynard.

Drop off your picks at the Michigan Daily sports desk
on the second floor of the Student Publications Building
at 420 Maynard by noon Friday. The most accurate
prognosticator will receive a $15.gift certificate to
O'Sullivan's Eatery & Pub. Contestants are restricted to
five entries per week.

Small
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WHO: Tyrone Wheatley
TEAM: Football
HOMETOWN: Inkster, Mich.
YEAR: Junior
ELIGIBILITY: Junior
WHY: In the Wolverines 42-21
triumph over Houston, Wheatley
ran for 171 yards on 26 carries,
including three touchdown runs of

25, five and nine, respectively. In
addition, Wheatley caught two
passes for 13 yards.
Background: A Heisman Trophy
Candidate, Wheatley has run for
446 yards on 66 carries and has
six touchdowns.

State Street + Sports'

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Never. The Wolverines
are undefeated
against the SWC with
a record of 5-0-1. The
sole tie came in
1975, when Michigan
and Baylor knotted,
14-14, at Michigan
Stadium.

Americans
SUTTON COLDFIELD, England
(AP) - Let Europe have the best
golfer in the world. The United States
has the best team - and the Ryder
Cup.
Even Nick Faldo's hole-in-one
wasn't enough to stop a stirring come-
back that allowed the Americans to
keep the cup with a 15-13 victory
Sunday over Europe.
FredCouples, Chip BeckandDavis
Love III rallied on the back nine at the
cold, wind-swept Belfry course and
the U.S. team won five of the last six
matches to hang on to the cup, which
nearly slipped away several times.
It was the second successive vic-
tory for the Americans, following the
141-2to13 1-2 win at KiawahlIsland,
S.C., in 1991.
"'Under no circumstances did we
lose the Ryder Cup," European cap-
tain Bernard Gallacher said. "The
Americans won."

keep cup
Play started with Europe holding a
one point lead and the first five matches
passed the treacherous 10th hole -
the short par 4 that challenges players
to drive over the water for the green-
with the Europeans ahead.
But that's when the American
charge started. From every corner of
the course the meekestEuropean move
was met by thunderous roars that had
U.S. players.craning nervously to see
the scoreboard. But it was the Ameri-
can nerves that held as the pressure
built.
The pivotal match, though, turned
out to be Love against Constantino
Rocca.
But again a European player buck-
led under the pressure and Love won
the hole when Rocca missed a 4-foot
putt. Rocca bogeyed again on 18, and
the match was won when Love rolled
in a 6-foot par putt all but sealing the
Ryder Cup.

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OP TEN Reasons to
Start School with
New Sneakers

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10. A cute person might be sitting next to you in Econ 201.
9. Take care of your feet so you're feet will take care of you.
8. Our culture requires Back to School shoes.
7. Your old ones...um, well...they smell!
6. Air Jordan
5. Goes with Grunge, Granola, Home Boy, Preppie, or Jock
Look.
4. Proven Fact: Students with new shoes get better grades.
3. What to wear when you take off your Rollerblades.

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