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OCTOBER 18, 2000
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® AROUND THE HORN
Lloyd Hall and
reality at last
was a bit taken
aback last night -'
;walking into Alice
Lloyd Hall and poking
.fmy 'head into the West
I expected a surly
group, decked out in
North Face fleeces for a
huddled intently around
the fall's big screen
television. That's the
way l'd remembered my
daytt Lloyd. As a
ft6os , the first thing that
Willets Pt. -
went on my dorm room wall was a Yankees
Murderers Row pennant. The poster putty was
cheap, but it didn't stop my roommate from
reattaching it every week - even after it fell on
him in the middle of the night ("Ahh!").
Yes, back in my day Lloyd residents were
Yankees or Mets fans to the death.
So I was surprised to see only a few sweat--
pirs-wearing stragglers in the lounge, gazing at
the third presidential debate - especially on a'
'got in the familiar elevator. Had Lloyd
slan~d really changed that much?
'Af the last second, two top-floor residents
stopped the doors from closing and stepped in
It hadn't changed at all.
"I can't believe they won't turn on the game,'
said Whitney Mancino, a Manhattan native.
John Morgan - a Long [slander -was
eqlly annoyed. "We'll just watch it in some-
body's room;' he said.
That room, it figured, was right across from
my friend's - so I happened in fr an inning or*
Whitney, the Yanks fan (t-shirt and all), had
th um deal. Her parents were sitting on the
third-base line, and she was sitting on a semi-
carpeted floor listening to Bob Costas.
See DEN HERDER, Page 11
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Game 2: Sun., Oct. 22, 7:30 p.m., Yankee Stadium a
Game 3: Tues., Oct. 24, 8 p.m., Shea Stadum r
Game 4: Wed., Oct:25, p.m:, Shea Stadium"
*Game 5:Thurs., pct. 26f.m., She&Stadium
.:.. *Game Qc:St.,6t :2S, 7:30 ., Yankee Stadium
*Game 7: Surv,'Oct. 29, 7:30 p.m., Yankee Stadium
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2000 World Series
(All games on FOX, channel 2)
NEW YORK (AP) - Davi
Justice's lh re nii soated toward
the No. 4 tran, and i NqYorkyha
its first Subwa' ;,Serips 4in'4
Fighting off weksif#'doubts
the New York Yankees followed
the Mets into .the World Series
rallying from a four-run deficit to
beat the Seattle Mariners 9-7 las
night and win the A L champi
onship series 4-2.
"It's going to be exciting,
Yankees manager .Joe Torre sad
"It's been a long time coming."
- ' Derek Jeter took it a step fur
' ther: "This city is going to b
ALCS in 6, face Mets Saturday
d Despite his worst October out-
d in, Orlando Hernandez lasted
4 seven innings and became the
fiart pitcher ever to go 8-0 in post-
;, eason play.
d ..~. ithe SeattIc. -aheadA-3in the
, sevenh inning, Justice lined a
pitch'ifrom Arthur Rhodes into the
t nghtifield upper deck for a three-
- 'run hbmer that earned him the
.series MVP award._
.,"We .wcre ritte pff," Justice
. said. "Wcstuck t1ther." Pau}
O'ieill added'a two-run single
- and Jose Viz ino, whose infield
e single started the inning, hit a sac-
rifice fly for a 9-4 lead.
xShortstop Alex Rodriguez, in
peraps his final game for the
Marinds9 homered leading off
the eighth and Hernandez left
after a walk ,
allowed an R Bf;double to John
Olerud, then a two-run double by
Mark MeLemore that hit off the
first base bag as two itire runs
scored, ending his postscason
scoreless streak at 33 1/3 inrin gs
over three years.
But Rivera? helg1on'in.tlhe ninth°
as the Yankees won their record
37th American League pennant
and their third in a row.
Just 24 hours, 38 minutes after
Timo Perez caught the final out of
the NLCS at Shea Stadium, about
eight miles away, the final out of
the Yankees tense season ended
when Edgar Martinez grounded to
shortstop wvith a runner on at
And so a half century after
Willie, Mickey and the Duke
dominated baseball, it will be
Bernie, Benny and El Duque at
Yankee Stadium starting Saturday
,night, the first Subway Series
since the Yankees beat the
Brooklyn Dodgers in 1956.
By Mark Francescutti
Daily Sports Editor
A two-loss Big Ten champion - it
Thanks to diminishing scholarships
per team and wider coverage of all
teams, parity is the word of the Big Ten
and many other schools across theToun-
try. The national championship winner is
likely to have a loss, and, with a tough
schedule remaining for the four 3-1
teams in the conference, the Big Ten
winner could have two.
"It proves without a doubt the compet-
itiveness of the conference' Michigan
coach Lloyd Carr said. "It's the era of
Big Ten football we're in."
The last time a Big Ten champion had
a two-loss team was in 1990 when Iowa,
Michigan, Michigan State and Illinois
tied at 6-2 for the crown.
Iowa went to the Rose Bowl and lost
to Washington, while Michigan beat
Mississippi in the Gator Bowl 35-3.
This year, Purdue is still in the driver's
seat, even though it is tied with
Michigan, Northwestern and Minnesota
No other team can go bowling in
Pasadena unless the Boilermakers lose a
game. Purdue plays at Minnesota on
Saturday and home against Ohio State
on Oct. 28. Since the Boilermakers have
already beaten Northwestern and
Michigan, they would win a tiebreaker
with those two teams.
The Big Ten tiebreaker system isn't all
too complicated. The first tiebreaker is
head-to-head competition, then overall
winning percentage. If the teams are still
tied, then the team that went to the Rose
Bowl most recently is eliminated.
SHHH! Yesterday's Big Ten
Teleconference aroused little excitement
with Carr and Michigan State Bobby
The lowlights - both coaches contin-
ually called the game "a great rivalry'
and said little else.
Carr and Williams were so short and
cliched with their comments that ques-
tions from the media ran dry. Usually
reporters have 10 minutes to ask ques-
tions. Both coaches got to leave early
Williams also had no news on T.J.
Duckett's health. The star running back is
still bothered by a hip injury, much like
Michigan freshman running back Chris
Perry. Both plan to play this weekend.
CL:exeNrs FAKLEtIPT: Oh how one
week changes the way some players talk
Trash-talking defensive bak Nat
Clements raved about how Ohio State
"put a whooping" on the Badgers tw
weeks ago. C'lements also called Jamar*,
Fletcher's interception "questionable,'"
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