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The Michigan Daily - Thursday, October 19, 2000 - 11A

Jcritical week looms
for Big Ten schools

Big Ten standings

M swimming to open museum

By Kareem Copeland
ilyn Spons Wniter
There will he noa undefeated Big Ten
┬░championt. And, sorry to say, there will
no Big Ten representative in Mianmi
~nJan. 4.
,ol Yet therc arc still roses in Pasadena,
,,,ad evervone wants a sniell. In all prob-
: bility this years Big Ten champion
will hare two losses when it faees the
Pac-l0 winner. Ohio State will almost
surely piek up another loss after over-
looking a Mittiesota team with the sec-
ond- ranked defense in the Big Ten.
Mtehtgan will
be lueky to Across the
ha v at to
Toases witth BfUIE
Mtehtgan State and Ohto State ott the
ahorizon. Atid keep in rnd thtat after
tltis week, Wiseonsin will hare the eas-
iest schedule of all. It's a critical week
-ith four teams tied for first place -
-eik eight could be the turning point.
No. 17 PURowr (3-1 BIG TEN, 5-2
OVERALL) AT WISCONSIN (1-3, 4-3):
Wcr two big wins in a row Purdue is
all set to keep the hall rollittg. Heismtan
,;andidate Dress Brees is hack to forni
after getting thte monkey off his hack
against Michigan and outscorittg
Northwestertt's spread ofletse.
For Purdue, racking up poittts
through thte air should he the main goal
- they face a secondary that's plagued
with concussions. Wisconsin defensive
hacks Jason Doeting, Descry Hughes
npd Mike Echols were all day-to-day at
Widweek. A key for Wisconsitn awill he
if Jamar Fletcher can shut doswn hoth
sides of the field with a trio of groggyv
teamtmates. But Wisconsiti is tot the

type to roll ovrt and it's a good het that
Barry Alvarez wtll have the, hors ready
to run at Caimp Randall. Michael
Benttett is one vrd away from heing
the nittl Badget to rush lot 1,0001
yards.
Wisconsti 24,Purdue 21
No. 13 Otto StACsi (2-1, 5-1) Ar
lowsv: (1-2, 1-6): If you svould like to
knoss how practice tn Columhus was
this sweek, just ask ass Michigan player
hoarthteirs went list sweek t t couldnt't
tare heen fun.
In Buckeye territory, the fans and
press had heen looking to the Michigan
gamne to finalize Ohio State's nationral
championship run. Last sweek it looked
as though the players were doing the
same thing.
But thtey forgot about the fire games
hefore the Micliigatn game.. Ohio State
coach John Cooper took the blanie for
not heing prepared attd satrely corrected
the situatioti at practice.
Nosy, if you would like to kntow how
the game will go thtis week just replay
last wveek's Michigan gamie. Ohio State
will cotne out svith a statement to
make.
Ohio State 49, Ioas10l
No. 23 MNNtEtSOTA (5-2, 3-1) :vi
INtItANA- (2-4, 1-2): Life is roach for
sports fans livitig in Bloomington these
dars. Everrotne itt townt is defensive
except the foothall team. The Indiatta
defense has 'ivetn up more thatt 40
points itt four out of six ganmes this year
This is a teamt that gives up 479}.17
yards and 38.> poitits per game.
Minnesota coach Glen Masott is just
trying to keep his squad focused on a
team thtat lost 58-Il last wveek. First place
is unfamiliar territory for this group of
Gophers, so concentration is a must.

Team
Michigan
Mininesota
Northwestern
Purdue
Ohio State
Illinois
Indiana
Puns Stats
tows
Wisconsin
Michigan State

Big Ten
3 1
3 1
3 1
2 1
212
1 2
1 2
1 2
1 3
0 3

Qaerali
5 2
5 2
5 2
5 2
5 1
4 2
2 4
2 5
1 e
4 3
3 3

Otnce acain, Minnesota waill r on its
defetise tatlcad the savr
Minnesotat 29,Indianat 13
litiwts (4-2, 1-2) at rPt xx ST.VVi:
(2-5, 1-2): Penn Static coach Joe
Paterttoswtll sttrugle itoatgh another
game Saturayi
Meanwhlilc, its cciuntcrpart Ron
Tburtier is turnin" htsatitentiotn to the
Rose tBosvltrace. With aonlr tsvo losses,
the Fightiti" I11t1it ire lust 'as much in
te hunat fai)r tte BiacTetn championiship
as anyoniti.
Fred kWakikcl d Cascd havaoc fcor
Iswalast sscck ftroiiiits cdfetsive cnd
paositiaon, eitrsile Hid(" catdefetnsive
player cof thtc seekliontors. Look for
antiather dominitting performtanice
againist a dccimttied afetias line atid a
teamtia dalst in ttail offense.
Illattois 20, Pcnn State 7

By Kristen Fidh
D~aily Spurts Writer
The Michigatn men's swimming
teatm took the sumnmer months to
reflect on last seasotns Big Ten chain-
Iionship and to watch teanmmate
Chris Thompson watt a hrottze medal
in last month's Sutmmer Olympics.
Nosy, the Wolverines will celehrate
their witnning tradition in style.
Saturday, former Michigan switm-
niers will travel to Ann Arbor, joinitg
current team maetiihrs for the
lDecade of Dotmintance Reuniotn
Weeketnd.
An alutmni itnvitational, a presenta-
tiaon of lie 2000 Olymipians atid the
laing-awraited opetnitng of the
Michigan swrimmitig and divitng
mtuseutta will all take place at the
newly-rettovated Catnham Natatorium
hecisnitig at Ill a.m.
"The Decade of Dominance reutnion
coitmetiorates the 1985 - 1995
tcamts awhich, under coach Jotn
Urbaitchek, proiduced sumteroats
Olytmpiatns, Ail-Amiericans and Big
Teti championships.
These teamis arc just one part of the
Michtigantswvimmitng and diving lega-
cy heitig honored at the muiseutm
opetlitig

"We want to dedicate the wonder-
ful hcritage of Michigatnswimintg
because it is the most prominent prao-
graim in the coutntry," said Dr. Wally
Jeffries, who co-foatnded the proecet.
"The history tieeds to he recog-
nizedl and tiade puhlic so that peoiple
wvill wvant to cotnitiue saipportitig the
prog'ratm."
Just a fear years ago, there was a
prohlemintationwide with the discotn-
tinuatiotn of tien's athletic progratms
hecatuse of gender-equity issues
related to Title IX. It soteticntstancecs
water sports are seetn as a dratinott
athletic hudgets due to the large ros-
ters atid facility upkccp.IFot sonmc
schools - such as UCLIA itid
Illitnois timen's swimintg wassCcii
While hecomting aswaie of this
prohleti, formter Wolvctries sowitt
mcers Jeffries, Mary Walkcr atid
Charles Moss began thert quest to sot
only preserve the program, hut also
to publicize the utniversitr's traditiotn
of excellenice.
"It is hr far lie itost prdomintett
sport ott Michigan's catipus is pro-
ducitig Olymipians atid national
chamipionts," Jeffries said. "So wve
stared within the swimmiing conimtu-
ity and raised enoatght money . to
accomiplish the project."

Construction hr rolunteer comtitt
tee members over the sprin". and
summter helped to produce thc as se-
att, awhich is already beiti" canstd-
ered a treasured piece of Michitgan
history.
Photos of teamis dating as ftr back
as the 1922-23 season tang thitought-
osut the hallavs. Too tropihy cases
ire dedicated to Wolacitnes
Olymtpianis, one to NC AA titlcasit-
nting teamis, otte to general nietmora-
bilia atid otte each to notewsorthiy titen
anid wsomteni.
Still to be completed ire theto
pianels for the cutrtent mteni's, atid
xvou's teamis as well as thy adli-
ion of wvater polo miemtoraihit
Jeffries explaitied that, as Iott", as
fcunding hprevails, exptansions tic
expiectcd every four yetusci ur-
retit with the Summieiir Olvuipics.
ibis rear's Michigan swvinibo
teams will he encoatraged to help pre-c
sciv anheicMichigan ttaditioti hr join-
icg lie M-C lathadexcellin":.ath
aicadaemiically atid ailcticathyr as litlc
ait thic uniavcisits.
"Thcrc has hccn a Michicaigans ii-
mict on evry Olrmic teatm sincae
1928 "teffttces satd.It ia atnutidet-
stated accomplishment that will
fitnallr be honored.

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