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14- The -Michigan Daily. - Monday, August 9, 1999
[f/hdenlyrngpoolside, light schedule tastes great SPORTS

+3Y Rick Freeman Vll, natoa ron o Am- viiv

Daily Sports Ediitoit
CHICANO -FLloyd Carr under-
stands how the wttrld otfoleg football
coaches works. Motie 0,su ;tAn you
could imaginte. Estyo i oh thy can
do your jibbet hty es(hy
cart't). Arid eversh ly lii atop:iott
about the shdI
Some li, ' gte rt l7t-
tttg wittbptdeatMi ais.eii i
.tough seheieu;:le Wc sor t ii
chatmpionsliip -with trlt phe ,_ ltsscited-
ule in the coutitry that si
They sneer at schoilsIke Florida and
Nebraska, who wo their national chain-
piottships in part by punishng the likes
of Central Florida arid Cetral Michigan.
They taunt Norre Dame forr selredi'-
tng a tune-up to their tilt with Michigait-
by agreeing to pound Katnsas for hour
Well, the Dorners knotw where th eir
bread's huttered. Since they elected to
remain independent, they dribt a Iling
way if they don't make it to the BCS
..shore. Withtout cotiference tie-ins to
howls in talent-rich areas such as Tampa,
Orlando, or even Texas, the Domers have
to settle for trips to Shireseport (motlto:
we're in the same state as New fOrleans).
Which ts fitne, there's plettty of
recruiting hay to lie made ini Louisiana
-but try selling a trip to cetitral

already fotreed to spend fotir yeatrsin
northwestern Inidiana (moittotifiti
weren't so pollint-
ed, you cituId see
Attie sitme
tine, Inia".
turdu e e i
c l G uess who sell
more travel pack- '-=
ages to the alums '
Whichtis ,wh1,Notre lDame, c<tlsip
with a patsy 1 e te Jayhaw ks ott its
schedule. It, woutai ke lie ghorsi ofPliog
Alien tio keep Nittee Daoe tromtibeitig a
1- 1)team en Sept. 4 whent they siaL,. tuto
Michtigan Stadium agaist a oakfi
Wolverities swlhose best gaime experietice
stice Janutary has come vit Playitir.
Carr undierstanrds this itituitivels lieM.
and purists everywhiere would rait1 s;ee
all teams thtat start their scaisons ex pect-
ing to finish inth~e Top 25, schteedule like-
mttnded opponents.
Michigatihits faced nonr-counference
opponiets(eolorado, Syraeuse, and ite
afrcrntirrre Donre inirte last three
years. eltele itfviits whipping buys
like La~sterii Mticl .r BaylorranrtelRice,
arid yitu :st i rusian imposlig set of

CHlCAGO (AP) -Noitre Dume oflfi- shrewireked its a frrrcrkkee, r.tIer, rttir
cials atnticipate a rulitig fromi the NCAA pla-er, their hitiusai rieswil
that the school's football pruogrunm hits nine iliati$35,000 ii gits tarps.I lee
tcimmitted a major viiolation ifthere ia- admuissiron thtl e oeiriritey to play-
titration's rmles, accorditug to a published ers led tuothre ittce? igation
report. A person fanmiliar wvith the unisersity':s
They expect the NCAA's Comititee intetests, speaiking on the conrditiurt of
on Ifractions to determine that mem- anonytnity, said thre commtittee was
bers of the athletic deparnteeit shiould expected to tnaintain that Dutnbart's gifts
rave done more to learn of gifts football could base been discovereil earier had
playets received from convicted etchez- menmbers iof thet-coach Lou Iloltz's staff
zler Kitm Dunbar, the Chicago Tribune brought itnfirmratiotn to Notre Dime offi-
reported Saturday. cials in charge of NCAA compliance,
Duinbar embezzled nmore thtan $1.2 tie Tribune reported.
nmillion from the South Dead firm where The Tribunre also eited its utnidentified

oppionetnts. sbiec their tplyer to a puntishitg nnt-
Carl said this sear's sehedule irraes conference schedule, especially with te _' '
1997's 'Dream 'The Imupossible Ieii' Iig'en te way its teeay
schredleI, liKok o Lre has seen reality and is accepi-
ry ht ii a wa lk in tutu it Oiler schroils rrenrt as owillinto
the if ik" ke oniiheesy it sililitsyuand sliuieairi
I i_'N Spia? 1;iile it akes t seduule uicetainty
-~, P i besfidlire tile cinferece season.;
ii 1 ft -I i lis seetie ,i pfurtuniies in '
lima s tiiiiiid etoesg et thier se-t N
inIso ii on Ireuitieaoltrs,
-S roe cu riaed sd etries I ll mins mny
V is coin.s the Curre pirobably knows tits tour.icic~N1 10 iil iS
reaI chllen1 ge will still be h ig -Ic- Remtemuber, ths is an athletic deprt Mack (96) pancakes Grabowski in 1965
especially adjusttig'to I urdics ui strike miii that turned down alnost certin
ofetise after dealing will RontDie ( profts to keep advertising out oh i ci P'f alum
loa'ichMuligan linebacker itittc IHll Miecigni Stadium This is an aihlete
alste26011pitund bow line bll. edeparmenti that gets nervous when te \'lak, inducted
Teway the BlLS works, Michuigan neworks' banters get hung uip in the sta
motlikely eoud hose played Akitnasaudriiun. into Pro Football
Knsias lst year, and hiwmnty aluts fGre and (toss ktiw sinethng about
would hose et bud payng oil South the purity of the game while sonic seem fa l fFanie
Bahbfrth.OagBol betolmknamokrofi.Ad H l ofExatly. Whieb is why fire publlicy sme howl that it has gne the way of the
said that he would cotnsder phayitg a sinle wtng and the flyitgswedge Former Michigan All-American Tom
slightly more watered-down schedule in Well, it lhasn't. ut te way the game Mack becanme the fourth Wolverine
the fkture. s now requires a chatge. It tmcins a lit- football player to be inducted into the
"A smart schedue" said Michigan te less chest-humpitng, doesn't it? A lit- Pro Football Hall of Faue on Saurday,
athletic diretor Tium (Goss, ithu whom te less we-did-it-the-hard-way pride joining Dan Dierdorf, ill Hewin and
Carr has diseussed tits subject iftren ViWich won't be missed poolside in lroy Hirsch.
Neither Carr nor fGoss wants itr see a Manm, will if? Mck played 13 years in the NL fo
schedule ecoered ssih directional s-eick rctiuun cn fre reached ru e- te Los Augeles Rams, playing in 184
schetols and pasies. Notredo they is.nt tor mtiul at rihArue ii sntch eds, coisecutive aues.
Mack was an 11I-time Pro owl selec-
A litn at eft gua~rd, threunes as a NFL
Pro owlera and eitght times as an AFC-
r'~~~ ~ tr u ltih N CwIsP ossarleermnMack started
source in reporting that Niotre IDauri atisely smral unuisersity euururinity were 14 anis during ii career on the ofen-
ssouild nt tccessaridy appeaIlti major nodt mie inre of tuuush 's gifts. se line and eaed the tens Meyer
violatiton, chroosipg intsedt place ire IDuirbar pceaded guilty lst Sepember Morton Award itt 1964 as the mtost
alrecdy etmbarrassig episode itt its pas t two fChss C feloniy teft charges fot imprved player during spring drills
Findinrugi of a mateor sviolatinut icldel cruerrng the mnciry Se wis snt The foiner Wolverine was select
osermule what was described as a su- fetced iii our yearsiison, ming iutp scend oeal in the 1966 NFL draft by
prsinglystotngassertion by the NC'AA's sie wuld be eligible for release alie te Rains.
euforcetrett saff The Tribuite reported iwo years with goud behavior Mack was enshrined along witr Hall
that is source said efourcemuent repre- But hct atonuey said this week tht of Fame classmates Erie Dickerson,
setattie'smintinued duritg a closed- Duntbr's reles has been mued up to Orze Newome illy Shaw and
dor heuri'on ,Juene 4 that Notre Dttu Oct 17 becuse sh earned an iOsu '- Lawernec Taylor
players std stoffumembers ad not kurow- ate's degree ruin Iniiana while in.
ngly sioated any ines had been vigi- pisot, quaiyitng for a tnew stte law BogrrS fnrst to
latnt in the reporting process, lhad nt thuat rewards inctes Roraning educ- r a m ®
ained any advatatge as a result of tiinal degrees. it
Dubrsgifts and had nt show n a fil- Ntre Dtameu Coach Hob Dosie said re c4,0 0 h t
ire ohfutstittiunal contrtol Lriday le hud no reason to beliese an on h1oiire riln
hearing said the sssiotn was often con- "I expet it to come sometimer dluring ST PTERSBURf, Fla (A) -
tentious. the Tribune reported. Speaking the seosin'Dosie said durig a news Wde HBoggs became the first player to
only if they would nt be quoted. they ectnfernce maroktng the start of lll prim- homer for his 3,0ftht~ hit, kissitg hime
saidecuntt eneies were skeptical tuce, "ndwell deal with it when it plate Saturday night to cap an amaing
that atletic depuatent oftu ils n a el- cotmes three-day mun of baseball milestones.
One day after Tony Gwynn got in
i R 3000th hit and two days after Mark
® McGwire hit bs 500th home un, Hoggs
7 ~reached bs lifelong goal
A Boggs already had a pair of RI sin
r t gles for the Tampa ay Devil Rays when
* ~ s B 4 he lined a hanging, 2-2 breaking ball
.0 tD q froma Cleveland's Chs Haney over the
right-Gield wall in the sixth inning fr a
'tworun, 372-foot homer
741-8100 The bll was caught in the stands by
Sb8.tudets 7 180 Mike Hogan, 32 of Tampa, who
Welcomed 1 planned to give it back to ogg.
* * MGwynn, an eight-time NE bating
it : b , chaupion who also made his mnajo
league debut in 1982, had said he want
ed to beat ogg to 3,000.
f1;v Lir~w tya Fourth Ave. McGwire became the 16th player to
Cry ut7days a week rech the 500-homer mark Thursday.
EXOTIC DRINKS - WINES - COCKTAILS [nto saff and wire reports

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