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10O qThe Michigan Daily -- SPORTSMonday - Monday, November 6, 1995

US TODAY/CNN Top 25 Bowl AllianceI

APTp2

Mho: Bill Muckalt Sport: Hockey
lIdgibililty: Sophomore Year: Sophomore
Hometown: Williams Lake, British Columbia Last Team: Kelowna Spartans
Why: The sophomore right wing tallied three goals and one assist in last
weekend's games against Ferris State. Muckalt scored the last two goals of
the~ game Friday night, sealing Michigan's 5-2 win over the Bulldogs. The_
following night he had one goal and picked up an assist in the Wolverines' 4-1
vtory. In five games this season, Muckalt has racked up five goals and two
assists.
Background: Unanimously named to All-Rookie Team in 1994 ... 26 career
goals and 21 career assists... 6-foot, 185 pounds

H r isFirstpl e votes re.. a~ n~
Teas t t
2. Ohio, St. (12)- .7
3. Florrida (5 "80 C
4. T ennessec -1 4
5. Northwester - ~8
6. Florida S.71 14
7. Kansas St. 81 16
3 Notre Dame 8219
9. Colorado 7-2 96'
10. Kansas - 90
11. Texas E-- 1
12. Southern Cl G-1 3
1.3. Mrichigan 2 4
14. Virginia7- 60
15, Arkansas 72_ 7
16. Alabamrfa 72 '4
17. Oregon72 61
18.TIexas A&M52 2
19. Penn St, ~ 4
20. Auburn63 1
21. Virginia Tech72 37
22. Washington53- 2
23. Syracuse 62 8
24. Clemson 63 7
25. San Diego St. 72 6
ism ' Sprt

Here is the new USA TODAY/CNN football
poll Fist place votes are in parentheses.

Here is the new Bowl Alliance football
poll.

._. Nebrska (52)
2.Ohio At(9)
3. A Flr(1)
4 . ; ennessee
5. Northwestern
6.Flida St.
7 . Kansas St.
8. Tex as
9'. "Notre Dame
1.Colorado
13. S outhiern Cal
12. ansas
14. Texas AM
15. Michian
1..« Arkansas
17. Oregon
10. Virginia Tech
20. Auburn
21. Penn St.
22. Syracuse
213. Washington
24 UCLA
25. Clemson

Record1
9-0
9.0
8-0
8-1
8-1.
7-1
8-1
6-1-1
8-2
7-2
71-
8-1
7-3
5.2
7-2
7.2
7-2
7.2
7-2
6-3
6-3
6.2
5-31
6-3
6-3

pts.
1,537
1,466
1,424
1,339
1,292
1,202
1,172
1,040
949
903
903
875
719
678
677
653
635
486
418>
408
356
256
155
111
87

Team
1, Nebraska
2. Ohio St.
3. Florida
4, Tennessee
5. Northwestern
6. Florida St.
7. Kansas St.
8. Notre Dame
9. Texas
1.0. Colorado
1.1.. Kansas
1.2. Southern Cal
13. Michigan
14. Virginia
15. Arkansas
16, Oregon
17. Texas A&M
1.8. Alabama
1.9. Syracu~se
20. Alabama
21. Auburn
22. Penn St.
23. Virginia Tech
24. Washington
25. Syracuse

Record
9-0
8-0
8-4
81
741
841
8-2
6-11
7-2
841
7-1-1.
7-2
7-3
7-2
7-2
5-2
4-2
6.1.
7-2
6-3
6-3
7-2
5-3-1
6-2

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Who: Kris Eggle
SSport: Men's cross country and trackand field
Year: Senior Eligibility: Senior
Hometown: Cadillac High School: Cadillac
'Why: Kris helped organize Michigan student-athletes reach out to the patients at Mott's Children's
Hospital for Halloween festivities. He coordinated the activities of the more than 50 student-athletes
who visited four floors of the hospital, giving out hats and stickers and taking pictures for the kids to
9~ ~,. keep, This was Kris's second trip to Mott's this semester and he is currently planning a day for the
,,men's cross country and track and field teams to go as a group.
Kris has also been involved in many other community relations activites, including speaking for the
D.A.R.E. program, a drug abuse resistance program run by the Ann Arbor Police Department.
Background: Kris ran in five meets this fall, his best finish coming at the Eastern Michigan Classic
Oct. 20, where he tied three fellow Wolverines for second place. He most recently ran at the Big Ten
Championships in Minneapolis, finishing 54th.

Monday, aNov. 6ig- k eets schduled
Tuesday Nov.7 o oe 4 sceduled
Wednesday, Nov. - No evnts scheduled
Thurlsday, iNro v -
Men' s t~l v. Rusin Select Team, 7:30 p.m., Crisler Arena.
Friday, Nv. 0-
Hoc y t iami(Ohi), 7P.M., Oxford,
Saturday, ov
0-o=tba s _ru 1:0 pr..~, Michigan Stadium.
Hokya iK(bo,7pm, Ox ford.
Volyb-litM7nsoa 7 p.m., Minneapolis.I
Men's crs cu1tyatNAA District IV Championships, 11 a.mn., West
Women'sero3c ty at NCAA District IV Championships, Noon, West
L afayett.
Sunday, INKY,, ' N ntsscheduled

Gridd es'
Drop off your picks at The ihgnDiysot desk at 420 Maynard by 4 p.m. Friday The most accuirate prognosticator will
receive a $15 gift certifcae o tevan lary' University Sportswear,Contestants~ are limited to five entries per week.
1t. Purdue et Mchiga':n1. Mis-souri at Colorado 21. Texas Christian at Texas Tech
2.Mcia tt tWdaa1. Txs at Houston 22. Columbia at Cornell
;3 Illinois at Ohio Stto13 ashington at UCLA 23. Pennsylvania at Harvard
4. Iowa at Northwest;'7ern 14. Texas A&M at Rice 24. Yale atlPrinceton
5. Wisconsin at L~n t 5. Mississippi State at Alabama 25. Brown at Dartmouth

'6. Nebraska at ana
~7. Florida at SouthCaon
8. Florida State atNot a n
~9. Southern Cal at Oeo tt
' 10. Kansas State at oaz $u.

16._ Oregon at Arizona
17. SW Louisiana at Arkansas
;18. Virginia at Maryland
j19. Auburn at Georgia
20 . Oklahoma State at Oklahoma

Tiebreaker- Purdue at Michigan,
total points:
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career opportunities in
Corporate Finance
Monday, November 6,1995
4:30 p.m.
Wolverine Room
Assembly Hall building
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