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Page 2-The Michigan Daily - Sports Monday - January 21, 1991

Michigan Sports
A compilation of Michigan sporting events for
the upcoming week.
Monday, January 21
No events scheduled.
Tuesday, January 22
No events scheduled.
Wednesday, January 23
Wrestling at Michigan State, 7:30 p.m.
Thursday, January 24
Men's Basketball vs. Indiana, 8:00 p.m. at Crisler Arena.
Friday, January 25
Ice Hockey at Ferris State, 7:30 p.m.
Men's Swimming at SMU Invitational.
Women's Basketball vs. Ohio State, 7:30 p.m. at Crisler
Wrestling vs. Iowa State, 7:30 p.m. at Varsity Arena.
Saturday, January 26
Ice Hockey at Ferris State, 7:30 p.m.
Men's Basketball vs. Illinois, 1:00 p.m. at Crisler Arena.
Men's Swimming at SMU Invitational.
Wrestling vs. Northwestern, 7:30 p.m. at Varsity Arena.
Sunday, January 27
Men's Track at Western Relays, 12 noon in Kalamazoo
Women's Basketball vs. Indiana, 2 p.m. at Crisler Arena
Co-Ed Gymnastics vs. Illinois, 2 p.m. at Varsity Arena.
Superbowl XXV at Tampa, 6:18 p.m. kickoff.'

Associated Press

Basketball Top 25
How they fared this weekend
Record Result



V V V L a V V M S"

2. Arkansas
3. Indiana
4. Ohio State
5. North Carolina
6. Arizona
7. UCLA.
8. Syracuse
9. Kentucky
10. St. John's
11. Oklahoma
12. Duke
13. Connecticut
14. Virginia
15. East Tenn. St.
16. Pittsburgh
17. Nebraska
18. Southern Miss.
19. Georgetown
20. LSU
21. N. Mexico St.
22. S. Carolina
23. Utah
24. Iowa
25. Seton Hall

Beat Long Beach St..
Beat SMU, 98-70
Beat (24) Iowa, 99-79
Beat Illinois, 89-55
Lost to (12) Duke, 74-60
Beat Villanova, 72-64
Beat (25) Seton Hall, 78-64
Beat Vanderbilt, 58-50
Beat (16) Pitt, 73-71
Beat Okla. St., 76-72
Beat (5) UNC, 74-60
Lost to Providence, 108-102
Lost to Ga. Tech, 78-51
Beat W. Carolina, 93-76
Lost to (10) St. John's, 73-71
Beat Memphis St., 87-77
Beat Boston College, 56-49
Beat Mississippi, 87-71
Played Fullerton St.
Lost to Florida State, 81-80
Played Air Force
Lost to (3) Indiana, 99-79
Lost to (8) Syracuse, 78-64

College Hockey Top 20
WMEB-Radio Media Poll
(as of 1-14-91)
School Votes
1) Lake Superior (11) 178
2) Minnesota 163
3) Boston College 154
4) Michigan 150
5) Northern Michigan 129
6) Maine 116
7) Wisconsin 103
8) Boston University 102
9) Ferris State 80
10) Providence 70
11) Clarkson 60
12) Cornell 37
13) St. Lawrence 31
14) New Hampshire 29
15) North Dakota 15
16) Michigan State 8
17) Rensselaer 7
18) Alaska-Anchorage 3
19) Yale 3
20) Harvard 2



IM Fraternity Top 20
Standings are compiled through the first semester
Fraternity (Letters)Points Previous
1. Delta Tau Delta (ATA) 743.33 1
2 Sigma Phi Epsilon (CDE) 738.5 2
3. Sigma Alpha Mu (YAM) 687.83 4
4. Alpha Delta Phi () 5678.33 5
5. Zeta Beta Tau (ZBT) 673.58 3
6. Alpha Epsilon Pi (AEH) 657 6
7. Sigma Nu (EN) 655.33 7
8. Phi Delta Theta ((DAT) 591.58 10
9. Chi Phi (X<D) 583.5 8
10. Evans Scholars 552.5 9
11. Phi Gamma Delta (<DrA) 525 15
12 Tau Kappa Epsilon (TKE) 523.5 14
13. Delta Sigma Phi (AY<D) 517 16
14. Triangle 516.5 --
15. Delta Kappa Epsilon (DKE) 515.5 18
16. Theta Chi (TC) 498.5 11
17. Alpha Tau Omega (AT) 496.33 17
18. Phi Kappa Psi ($K'P) 493.3 -
19. Beta Theta Pi (BI) 481.3 19
20. Sigma Alpha Epsilon (RAE) 476.33 20

Top Ten Reasons
To Visit Tampa
Bay This Week
10. See how many blimps are still in
9. Witness the law of supply and demand
at its peak with hotels and refreshment
8. Get the early advantage on the brisk
Tampa Bay Lightning hockey souvenir
7. Remember what warm sunshine
actually feels like.
6. Enjoy the best one hour halftime show
money can buy, if physically possible.
5. Be there to witness live, final-line
betting, especially on Bud Bowl III.
4. The Buccaneers are having tryouts.
3. Apparently, some football game
is being played there.
2. It's FloridaNeed we say more?
1. Visit a Gulf without a war in it.
- Jason Gomberg and Ryan Herrington

Michigan Daily Athlete-of-the-Week.

WHO: Freddie Hunter
TEAM: Basketball

WHY: Hunter cracked into the starting lineup against Wisconsin and was instrumental
in both Michigan victories this week. The junior walk-on had a team-high eight
rebounds and seven points against the Wildcats and eight rebounds and three
points yesterday. He played 38 out of a possible 45 minutes in the Wolverines'
69-68 overtime victory against the Badgers.
BACKGROUND: 1989 - Hunter starred in the Intramural competition last season as
well as the Gus Macker Three on Three Tournament in Ypsilanti last summer
before being invited to try out for the team.
PERSONAL: Attended University of Detroit High School and is a psychology major
with career plans in industrial psychology.



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Senior Editor
David Hyman
Night Editor
Daniel Zoch

Asst. Night Editors
Matthew Dodge
Jason Gomberg
Ryan Herrington

Answer to Sports Monday Trivia
Gilbert "Gib" James scored 10 goals on
February 18, 1936.

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