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2 - The Michigan Daily - SPORTSMonday - Monday, November 8, 1993

Here is how the top 25 teams in college football fared this week-
end. First-place votes are in parentheses.
Team Record How they fared
1. Florida State (62) 9-0-0 beat Maryland, 49-20
2. Notre Dame 9-0-0 idle
3. Miami 7-1-0 beat Pittsburgh, 35-7
4. Nebraska 9-0-0 beat Kansas, 21-20
5. Ohio State 8-0-1 tied Wisconsin, 14-14
6. Tennessee 7-1-1 beat Louisville, 45-10
7. Auburn 9-0-0 beat New Mexico St., 55-14
8. Florida 7-1-0 beat SW Louisiana, 61-14
9. West Virginia 8-0-0 beat Rutgers, 58-22
10. UCLA 7-2-0 beat Washington St., 40-27
11. Texas A&M 7-1-0 idle
12. Alabama 7-1-1 lost to LSU, 17-13
13. Arizona 7-1-0 beat Oregon, 31-10
14. Wisconsin 7-1-1 tied Ohio State, 14-14
15. North Carolina 8-2-0 beat Clemson, 24-0
16. Penn State 6-2-0 beat Indiana, 38-31
17. Oklahoma 7-2-0 beat Missouri, 42-23
18. Virginia 7-2-0 beat Wake Forest, 21-9
19. Indiana 7-2-0 lost to Penn State, 38-31
20. Louisville 7-2-0 lost to Tennessee, 45-10
21. Colorado 5-3-1 beat Oklahoma State, 31-14
22. Boston College 6-2-0 beat Virginia Tech, 48-34
23. Wyoming 7-1-0 idle
24. Kansas State 6-2-1 lost to Iowa State, 27-23
25. Washington 6-3-0 beat Oregon State, 28-21
Others receiving votes: Michigan St., Southern Cal, Illinois, North
Carolina St., Virginia Tech, Syracuse, Bowling Green, Fresno St.,
Michigan, Kentucky, Nevada, Arizona St., Cincinnati.

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Here are the top 10 teams in the WMEB of Orono, Maine college
hockey poll. First-place votes are in parentheses.

Ath .te of teWe

Team W-L-T
1. Maine (6) 3-0-1
2. Michigan (7) 5.0-11
3. Boston U. ,2-1-0
4. Lake State (2) 4-2-0
5. RP! (1) 2-1-0

Pts.
146
145
109
101
84

Team
6. Harvard
7. Bowling Green
8. Wisconsin
9. Colorado Col.
10. Michigan Tech

W-L-T
2-0-0
5-0-1
3-2-1
4-0-2
3-1-2

Pts.
70
59
55
35
27

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Wo: Kalli Hose
TEAM: Field Hockey
HoMETowI: Del Mar, Calif.
YEAR: Senior
Eueimumr: Senior

Wwr: Hose scored the game-winning goal in Michigan's first-ever
defeat of Northwestern.
BACKGROUND: Hose was a three-time First-Team All-Leaguer at Torrey
Pines High School. She was also recognized as a San Diego Tribune
Scholar-Athlete.

Others receiving votes: Michigan
New Hampshire 8.

State 23, Northern Michigan 20,

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CHIN-NA SELF DEFENSE
STRENGTH TRAINING SEMINAR
Training includes: Shaolin Chin-na, the scientific art of escape from wrist
grabs, choke holds, and hair grabs. Simple-Direct self defense and joint
immobilization will be emphasized.
A special Shaolin Temple dynamic tension exercise will also be taught to
increase hand, arm and upper body strength.
November 13, 1993, from 10:00 - 2:00 at Chippewa Racquet Club
2525 Golfside, Ypsilanti, MI
Instructors: Maurice Freeman and Mike Gillespie have studied N.- S.
Shaolin Since 1966 and 1972 under Masters Fun Yung Hsu, Freeman Ong
and Hu-Ling.
Tuition is $40.00, class size limited.
Call 480-1962 to register prior to participation.

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Tue. November 9
Arts Chorale
Jonathan Hirsch, conductor; Katy Kim, piano
Sacred and secular choral music
Hill Auditorium 8 p.m.

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Thu. November 11
Jazz at Leonardo's
North Campus Commons 8 p.m.
Thu.-Sun. November 11-14
Opera Theatre Production
Dialogues of the Carmelites by Francis Poulenc
Joshua Major, director; Martin Katz, musical director
Tickets: $14, $10, and $6 (students)
(764-0450)
Thu.-Sat., 8 p.m.; Sun., 2 p.m.
Power Center
Thu.-Sun. November 11-13
1993 BFA and Dance Arts Concert
"Undeniably Deep and Heavy"
Tickets:$5(763-5460)
Studio A Theater. U-M Dance Building 8 p.m.
Fri. November 12
Campus Philharmonia Orchestra
Vincent Danner, conductor
Haydn: Symphony No. 100, "Military"
Borodin: On the Steppes of Central Asia
Bizet: Carmen Suite
Coleridge Taylor: Danse Negre
Hill Auditorium 8 p.m.
Sun. November 14
Michigan Marching Band in Concert
Tickets: $4 (764-0582)
Crisler Arena 2:30 p.m.
Jazz at the Michigan League Buffet
Michigan League 5:30 p.m.
Jazz at the Union

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