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Page 2-The Michigan Daily - Sports Monday - March 25, 1991

Michigan Sports
Calendar
A compilation of Michigan sporting events for
the upcoming week.
Monday, March 25
no events scheduled
Tuesday, March 26
Baseball vs. Saginaw Valley State University, Fisher Stadium,
3 p.m.
Wednesday, March 27
Baseball vs. Western Michigan University, Fisher Stadium, 3
p.m.
Thursday, March 28
Men's Swimming at NCAA Championships, Austin, Texas
Friday, March 29
Softball at Indiana University, Bloomington, 3 p.m. (DH)
Men's Golf at Johnny Owens Invitational, Lexington, Ky.
Men's Swimming at NCAA Championships, Austin,Texas
Women's Track at Washington University, St. Louis, Mo.
Women's/ Men's Track at Stanford Invitational, Palo Alto,
Calif.
Volleyball vs. Notre Dame, CCRB, 7:30 p.m.
Saturday, March 30
Men's Golf at Johnny Owens Invitational, Lexington, Ky.
Softball at Indiana University, Bloomington, 1 p.m. (DH)
Men's Swimming at NCAA Championships, Austin, Texas
Baseball at Ohio State University, Columbus, 1 p.m. (DH)
Women's Golf at South Carolina Invitational, Columbia
Women's/ Men's track at Stanford Invitational, Palo Alto,
Calif.
Women's Rugby at Wooster College, Ohio
Sunday, March 31
no events scheduled
All club sports wishing to have their schedules in the*Daily should
bring their schedules to the Student Publications Building at 420
Maynard Street.

Women's water polo
takes four at The Rock

IM GREEK TOP 20

by Tim Spolar
Daily Sports Writer
Lopsided scores again character-
ized the results of the Michigan
women's water polo team's week-
end abroad. Of the five games the
Wolverines played in last week-
end's Slippery Rock University
tournament, only one was decided
by less than four goals.
The Wolverines continued their
outstanding season by winning four
of their five games, falling only to
host Slippery Rock, the second-
ranked team in the nation.
Michigan crushed Slippery
Rock's B-team on Friday night 10-3.
Senior Candice Quinn led the
Wolverines with four goals and
first-year player Lori Barnard added
three.
The Wolverines opened
Saturday's competition with one of
the closest matches they have played
all season. Facing a club team from
Annapolis, the Wolverines won by a
final score of 12-9. Saturday's sec-
ond game returned to the season's
typical form with a 12-1 Michigan
blowout of Bucknell. Senior goal-
tender Karen Gorny shined against
Bucknell, yielding the only goal in

Fraternity
Standings are compiled through
Fraternity (Letters)

the final minute of the game. Senior
Kathleen Gerzevitz led the
Wolverines with four goals and
Becky Luebke netted three.
In a long-anticipated match
against host and second-ranked
Slippery Rock, the Wolverines
played what Russell believes was
their best defensive game of the
year. Despite their outstanding per-
formance, the Wolverines were not
able to overcome the home-pool ad-
vantage of the fired-up Slippery
Rock players. The Wolverines fell
in a hard-fought match by a score of
10-6.
"They only outscored us by one
goal in the second half, and that's
pretty amazing when you consider
that they are virtually unbeatable in
their home pool," Russell said.
Lori Barnard again played an out-
standing match for the Wolverines,
throwing in four of Michigan's six
goals.
The Wolverines finished the
weekend by trouncing the
University of Maryland 17-4. Club
president Jennifer Ruskin led the
team with seven goals.
SportAs Monday
Senior Editor
Jeff Sheran
Night Editors
Theodore Cox
Matt Dodge
Eric Lemont
Asst. Night Editors
Josh Dubow
Tami Pollak
Andy Stabile
Becky Weiss
Trivia Answer
UNLV (1990), Kansas
(1988), and North
Carolina (1982).

water polo.
Points

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1. Sigma Phi Epsilon (IFE)
2. Delta Tau Delta (ATA)
3. Sigma Alpha Mu (XAM)
4. Alpha Epsilon Pi (AEI)
5. Zeta Beta Tau (ZBT)
6. Alpha Delta Phi (AAG)
7. Alpha Tau Omega (AT9i)

8.
9.

Sigma Nu (EN)
Phi Delta Theta ((AE)

10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.'
16.'
17.
18.
19.
20.'

Evans Scholars
Chi Phi (X()
Delta Sigma Phi (ADD)
Beta Theta Pi (BOH)
Phi Kappa Psi ((KT)
Tau Kappa Epsilon (TKE)
Theta Chi (OX)
Delta Kappa Epsilon (AKE)
Phi Gamma Delta (FIJI)
Sigma Alpha Epsilon (EAE)
Tau Gamma Nu (TEN)
Sorority

1249
1186
1174
1083
1077
1076
1025
1020
958
907
899
892
882
875
875
872
871
819
714
698

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Michigan Daily Athlete-of-the-Week
WHO: Wendy Wilkinson
TEAM: Women's Gymnastics
HOMETOWN: Mississauga, Ontario
YEAR: Frosh
WHY: Wilkinson, Michigan's first year phenom, led the
Wolverines to a third place finish by tying for the 1991 Big
10 all-around title in this weekend's Big 10 championships in
Champaign. Score of 38.05 was a Wolverine season best.
BACKGROUND: Wendy finished 13th place in the all-around
at the 1988 Canadian Olympic trials... Kinesiology major...
Attended Lorne Park High School.

Sorority (Letters)
1. Delta Delta Delta (A)
2. Alpha Gamma Delta (AF'A)
3. Evans Scholars

4. Alpha Delta Pi (AA-I)
5. Delta Zeta (AZ)
6. Sigma Kappa (EK)
7. Delta Gamma (AF)
8. Sigma Delta Tau (EA'
9. Kappa Alpha Theta (k
10. Alpha Chi Omega (A

Points
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278
258
183
175
132
125
100
75
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Alpha Epsilon Phi (AED)
Delta Phi Epsilon (A(DE)
Gamma Phi Beta (1(DB)

Wilkinson

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Bad on the Model of Dr. M. Scott
Peck, Author of the Best Seller
THE
PQ0D LESS11
TPAVELED
fram his Book
Drum
Community is:
A group working in synergy
toward common goals,
An adventure into the possibilities
of being human,
An energetic and effective decision-
making body.
We seek to make community real.
Join us.
The Foundation for Community
Encouragement, Inc. invites you to attend a
Community
Building
Workshop
April 5-7, 1991
9 a.m.-S p.m. each day
Sheraton University Inn,
Ann Arbor
$198 (no accomodations)
$288 (with accomodations)
Limited Scholarship Funds Available
Workshop Benefits
You will have the opportunity to:
" Experience the community
building process
" Understand.the stages of
community building
" Discover the principles of
community
" Identify personal barriers
" Build specific communication
skills for effectively working
in groups
For more information and
registration materials, contact:

American Express
Announces A Great New
Travel Program.

Now students can get the Card
and get 3 roundtrips on Continental
Airlines, for only $129 or $189 each.
There's only one way to cover a lot of territory without spending
a lot of money And that's by getting the American Express!Card.
It's the only card that offers an exciting new travel program
exclusively for students-including three roundtrip certificates on

48 contiguous states. And you can fly almost anytime-because
there are no blackout dates. But you must make your reservations
within 14 days of the day you leave. And the maximum stay is
7 days/6 nights and must include a Saturday night.
In addition to this great travel program, you'll also enjoy all
the benefits of Cardmembership as well as other exclusive student
privileges. They include a quarterly magazine filled with informa-
tive articles on summer jobs, careers, campus life. Plus valuable
discounts from leading retailers.
But remember, there's only one way to get all this-and that's
by getting the American Express Card. Just call us (have your bank

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