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8B - The Michigan Daily - SPORTSMonday - Monday, September 18, 1995

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AP Top 25
Here is the new AP Top 25 football poll. First
place votes are in parentheses.

USA Today/CNN Top25E
Here is the new USA Today/CNN Top 25
football poll.

Bowl Alliance
Here is the new Bowl Alliance
football poll.

Athlete,

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Who: Jason Horn
Eligibility: Senior
Hometown: Lafayette, Indiana

Sport: Football
Year: Senior
High School: Lafayette

Why: Jason Horn led Michigan's defense with eight tackles, including six solos,
in the Wolverines' 23-13 victory over Boston College. Horn also compiled three
sacks and leads Michigan with seven sacks on the season.
Background: Named first team All-Big Ten for 1994 by a vote of coaches ...
finished eighth in sacks in the Big Ten with five that season ... recorded what was
then a career-high seven tackles against Notre Dame on Sept. 10, 1994 ...finished
with 50 tackles in 1994, including 12 tackles for loss ... made first career start
against Houston in the 1993 season ... compiled 30 tackles in 1993 ... Played at
middle guard in Michigan's 1993 Rose Bowl appearance ... Sat out 1991 season
.. A four-year starter at Lafayette ... Enrolled in the College of Literature,
Science and the Arts, majoring in general studies

Team
1. Florida State (36)
2. Nebraska (19)
3. Texas A&M (5)
4. Florida (2)
5. Southern Cal
6. Penn State
7. Colorado
. Ohio State
9. Michigan
10.Oklahoma
11. Virginia
12. Oregon
13. Texas
14. Auburn
15. Tennessee
16. UCLA
17. Miami Fla.
18, LSU
19. Kansas State
20. Georgia
21. Notre Dame
22. Washington
23. Alabama
24. Maryland
25. Arizona

Record
3-0
3-0
2-0
3-0
2G0
2-0
3-0
2-0
4-0
2-0
3-1
3-0'
2-0'
2-1
2-4
2-1
1-1
2-1
2-0
2-1
2-1
141
2-1
3-()
2-1

Pts.
1,519
1,488
1,386
1,375
1,262
1,218
1,168'
1,166
1,095
854
824
823
811
803
739
562
463
390
372
368
270
269
262
127
116

Pvs.
1
2
3
4
6
7
9
10
i1
1~4
20
I5
5
~8
12
19
22
23
24
18
13,
17

Team
1. Florida State (33)
2. Nebraska (24)>
3. Texas A&M (4)
4. Florida'
5. Southern Cal (1)
6. Penn State
7. Ohio State
8. Colorado
9. Michigan
10. Texas
11. Oklahoma
12. Auburn
13. Oregon
14. Virginia
15. UCLA
16. Tennessee
17. Miami Fla.
18. Georgia
19. Kansas St.
20. LSU
21. Notre Dame
22. Washington
23. Alabama
24. Arizona
25. Maryland

Record
3-0
3-
2-0
3-0'
2-0
2-0
2-0
3-0
4-0
2-0
2-0
2-1
34
2
21
1.1
2-1
2-0
-2-1
2
1-1
2.2
2-1
24
30

Pts.
1,508
1,493
1,400
1,351
1,227
1,200
1,186
1,143
1,136
897
889
804
780
752
565
550
438
399
361
330
308
251
225
197
127

Pvs,
1
2
3
4
5
7
8
10
'9
13
14
6
22
17
11
12
20
23
21
24
15
18
16

Team
1. Florida State
2. Nebraska
3. Texas A&M
4. Florida
5. Southern Cal
6. Penn State
7. Ohio State
8. Colorado
9. Michigan
10,~ Oklahoma
11. Texas
12. Auburn
13. Oregon
14. Virginia
15. Tennessee
16. UCLA
17. Miami Fla.
18. Georgia
19. Kansas State
20. LSU
21. Notre Dame
22. Washington
23. Alabama
24. Arizona
25. Maryland

Griddes!
Griddes is back again so drop what you're doing and fill this out. Drop of your picks for this week at the
Michigan Daily sports desk on the second floor of the Student Publications Building at 420 Maynard. Deadline
is 4 p.m. Friday. The most accurate prognosticator will receive a $15 gift certificate to Steve and Barry's
University Sportswear on State Street. Contestants are limited to five entries per week, please.

1. Michigan State at Purdue
2. Air Force at Northwestern
3. Southern Mississippi at Indiana
4. East Carolina at Illinois
S. Minnesota at Syracuse
6. Penn State at Rutgers
7. Ohio State at Pittsburgh
8. SMU at Wisconsini
9. Central Florida at Florida State
10. Pacific at Nebraska
11. Texas A&M at Colorado
12. Southern Cal at Arizona
13. Mississippi State at Tennessee

13. Mississippi State at Tennessee
14. UCLA at Washington State
15. North Texas at Oklahoma
16. Texas at Notre Dame
17. Virginia at Clemson
18. Army at Washington
19. Miami Fla. at Virginia Tech
20. Stanford at Oregon
21. Akron at Kansas State
22. Georgia at Mississippi
23. Cincinnati at Miami (Ohio)
24. Memphis at Arkansas
25. Duke at Maryland

Tiebreaker - Michigan State at Purdue, total point: .unday September 24-
Men's Golf hosts Wolverine Invitation, all day, Michigan Golf
Womens Soccer at Minnesota, 12 p.m., Minneapolis, Minn. After last weekend'swin at Bc
Coege, Courtney Babcock an
Field Hockey at Michigan State, 1 p.m., Lansing Michigan women's cross court
Women's Golf at Wildcat Invitational, all day, Flossmor, i. team are off this week.
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INTRAMURAL
SPORTS
PROGRAM

may have been "rehabilitated" by the Catholic Church, but he can't play College
Bowl because he's dead. Even if he could, he would never get questions like this:
"In his record two-hour inaugural address, he pledged to serve only four years as
President. He fell short of keeping that pledge by three years and eleven months. For 10
points - name him."

EXCITING!!
UPCOMING ACTIVITIES

TEAM
TENNIS
3-on-3
BASKETBALL
TRACK &
FIELD MEET
GOLF
(2-person scramble)

Entry Deadline: Thurs 9121 5:30pm IMSB Main Office
Entry Fee: $22.00 per team
Team Composition: Singles - A; Singles - B; Doubles
Tournament Dates: Sat & Sun 9/23 & 9/24 (Palmer Courts)
Instant Scheduling: Thurs 9121 11am - 5:30pm IMSB
Entry Fee: $35.00 per team
Manager's Meeting (Mandatory): Thurs 9/21 6pm IMSB
Play Begins: Monday 9/25 at the IMSB (Hoover Street)
Entry Deadline: Tues 10/3 4:30pm IMSB Main Office
Entry Fee: $5 for individuals/$35 for teams
Manager's Meeting (Mandatory): Tues 10/3 6pm IMSB
Meet Date/Time/Location: Th 10/5 4:45pm UM Track
Entry Deadline: Thurs 10/5 4:30pm IMSB Main Office
Entry Fee: $10.00 per team (excluding Course Fee -- $17)
Tee Times: 9:00am - 3:00pm
Tournament Date: Sunday 10/8 at U of M Golf Course

might have been able to get that one, but he's dead too, so he can't play College
Bowl either. That deprives him of the opportunity to answer questions like this:
"It celebrates the 1925 delivery of diphtheria serum to Nome, Alaska. For 10 points -
name this annual dogsled race whose winners include four-time champion Susan
Butcher."

can play, though. Just fill out a registration form at the UAC office-2015
Michigan Union. The fee to register a team is $24, which includes 4 players and
an alternate. The fee to register as an individual is $7; we'll put you together with
three other people. The deadline to register is Wednesday, September 20th, at
5:00pm in the UAC Office.The first round of the College Bowl IM tournament
will be September 23rd, 24th, 25th, and 26th. (Pick one.)
Questions? Call the UAC office at 763-1107 and ask for the College Bowl
coordinators, or send email to ac.info@umich.edu.

The deadline for Tennis - Sgls & Dbls entries is Thursday 10/12
while Pre-Season Flag Football entries are due Thursday 10/12.
Winners of the Pre-Season Flag Football tournament will be
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