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Page 2 - The Michigan Daily - Sports Monday - January 28, 1991

Michigan Sports
Calendar

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ASSOCIATED PRESS
BASKETBALL TOP 25
How they fared this weekend

A compilation of Michigan
the upcoming week.

sporting events for

Monday, January 28
No events scheduled.
Tuesday, January 29
No events scheduled.
Wednesday, January 30
No events scheduled.
Thursday, January 31
Men's Basketball at Minnesota, 8:00 p.m.
Friday, February 1
Ice Hockey at Ohio State, 7:30 p.m.
Men's Swimming at Michigan State, 7:00 p.m.
Women's Basketball at Minnesota, 7:30 p.m.
Saturday, February 2
Ice Hockey at Ohio State, 7:30 p.m.
Men's Gymnastics at Michigan State, 7:00 p.m.
Women's Gymnastics at West Virginia.
Women's Swimming at Indiana, 4:00 p.m.
Sunday, February 3
Women's Basketball at Iowa, 2:00 p.m.

Team
1. UNLV
2. Arkansas
3. Indiana
4. Ohio State
5. Arizona

Record

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8.1
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10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25

Syracuse
North Carolina
Kentucky
Duke
. St. John's
. UCLA
. East Tenn. St.
Oklahoma
Nebraska
. Southern Miss.
. Louisiana State
. Pittsburgh
. Virginia
. Connecticut
. Utah
. Georgetown
. Michigan State
New Mexico St.
. New Orleans
. South Carolina

Result

15-0
18-1
18-2
17-0
16-2
17-2
14-2
15-3
16-4
15-2
15-4
15-2
14-4
16-2
12-2
12-4
15-4
14-4
12-6
18-1
11-5
12-6
14-2
17-2
14-4

Beat Louisville, 97-85
at Baylor
Beat (22) Michigan St., 97-63
Idle
at California
at Providence
Idle
Lost to Alabama, 88-83
Beat Clemson, 99-70
Beat Villanova, 58-55
Beat Oregon, 90-83
Beat VMI, 97-66
vs. (14) Nebraska
at (13) Oklahoma
Lost to Cincinnati, 76-69
vs. Florida
Idle
beat Notre Dame 68-67
lost to Seton Hall 76-62
vs. Air Force
Idle
lost to (3) Indiana 97-63
vs. Utah State
Idle
at Memphis State

COLLEGE NEWS TOP
FIFTEEN HOCKEY POLL
The Cornell Sun compiles a weekly college hockey poll,
voted on by the sports staffs of 12 different college
newspapers nationwide, including The Michigan Daily.

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Team (First-place votes)

Record

Points Last Week

Points Last Week

1. Lake Superior (10)
2. Minnesota
3. Boston College
4. Michigan
5. N. Michigan (1)
6. Maine
7. Boston University
8. Wisconsin
9. Clarkson
10. Cornell
11. Ferris State
(tie) Providence
13. St. Lawrence
14. North Dakota
(tie) New Hampshire

21-3-4
21-4-3
18-6-0
20-5-3
21-5-3
20-6-2
15-6-2
19-6-2
13-5-1
9-4-2
18-5-5
16-4-1
11-8-1
15-11-2
14-8-1

178
156
143
137
134
118
84
69
75
72
66
66
25
23
23

2
1
3
6
5
4
11
10
14
12

9
15
7

IM FRATERNITY TOP 20
Standings are compiled through the first semester

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Michigan Daily Athlete-of-the-Week

Fra2ternity (Leotteirs)

Dnints Draviunic

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KN W 11L «c«a rS* "SWInlSW' Sr IVII rI vluu.

1. Delta Tau Delta (ATA)
2. Sigma Phi Epsilon (EDE)
3. Sigma Alpha Mu (LAM)
4. Alpha Delta Phi (AA()
5. Zeta Beta Tau (ZBT)

743.33
738.5
687.83
678.33
673.58
657

1
2
4
5
3
6

6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

Alpha Epsilon Pi (AEUr)
Sigma Nu (EN)
Phi Delta Theta (4AO)
Chi Phi (X()
Evans Scholars

655.33 7

1. Phi Gamma Delta (FIJI)
12 Tau Kappa Epsilon (TKE)
13. Delta Sigma Phi (ADD)
14. Triangle
15. Delta Kappa Epsilon (AKE)
16. Theta Chi (OX)
17. Alpha Tau Omega (ATU)
18. Phi Kappa Psi (DK'P)
19. Beta Theta Ps (Ben)
20. Sigma Alpha Epsilon (RAE)

591.58
583.5
552.5
525
523.5
517
516.5
515.5
498.5
496.33
493.3
481.3
476.33

10
8
9
15
14
16
18
11
17
19
20

TOP TEN WORRIES
OF STEVE FISHER
10. There really are lids on the rims at
Crisler Arena.
9. Eric Riley turns sideways to him
and disappears.
8. Angie won't let him stay out late
with the boys any more.
7. The boys don't want him to stay out
late with them any more.
6. Freddie Hunter, capitalizing on his
Dennis Rodman comparisons, enters
the NBA draft a year early. Or...
5....Hunter quits the team in favor of a
"Freddie and the Seven Dwarves"
reunion tour.
4. Something bad happens to Bush.
3. Rumeal isn't "good people."
2. The fans start to mistake him for
Howdy Doody.
1. His team really is as bad as everyone
suspects it is.
- Theodore Cox and Jason Gomberg

WHO: Lanny Green
TEAM: Wrestling
WEIGHT: 177
HOMETOWN: Jackson, Mich.
ACADEMIC YEAR: Junior
ELIGIBILITY: Sophomore
WHY: This season, Green moved up in weight class from 167,
similar success. His record stands at 21-8 following
victories. Saturday, he pinned Northwestern's Chris
remaining in the first period, and Friday, the eight-ranked
Matt Johnson of Iowa State, 9-4.

and he has met with
this past weekend's
Kaminski with 1:01
Green defeated No. 4

BACKGROUND: 1989 - Green compiled a 25-14 record last season. Competing at
167, he was named Michigan's Most Improved Wrestler. 1988 - Redshirted.
PERSONAL: State champion at 188 his senior year at Napoleon High. His last two
seasons in high school, compiled a 106-2 record. A mechanical engineering
major, he was an 1989-90 Academic All-Big Ten selection with a 3.42 GPA.
Z-1--put.- s Iir d .............*,..**........,...

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Senior Editors
Eric Lemont
Theodore Cox

Night Editor
Albert Lin

Asst. Night Editor
Jason Gomberg

Attention Engineering
Undergraduate Students
1991 Landes Prize Announcement
Undergraduate students currently registered in the Engineering College are
eligible to compete for the George M. Landes Prize ($800.00). This is an
award presented annually to an undergraduate student who demonstrates
excellence of both technical work and the presentation of that work in written
or graphic form. The prize is presented in memory of George M. Landes, a
1977 graduate of the Mechanical Engineering Department and a Ford Motor
Company engineer who was killed in an automobile accident in 1981.
To enter, a student must submit a single piece of technical work. This
presentation - written, graphic, or some combination of communication
media - can be a technical article, a design report, a piece of technical

Adrian Dantley (NBA), Anthony Dorsett (NFL), Andre Dawson (NL), and
A.J. Dewey (AL).

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