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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesdoy, November 28, 1972

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SPECIAL! HOT CHOCOLATE

Everyone'
LOTS OF PEOPLE

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Co-champion Purdue and Michigan State also ,6-foot-5, 220-pounde Illinois star, The No. 1 defensive front four Ill., FRFD GRAMBAU, MICHIGAN, 6-2,
ur berths and came up with four berths, while over talented sophomore Dennis included Purdue's 279-pound Dave 234, senior, Ossineke, Mich.
0 State grab- every Big Ten school except Iowa Franklin of Michigan. Butz and 247-pound Steve Baum- due, 6-2, 223, senior, Chicogo.
2 All-Big Ten was represented on the No. 1 of- Michigan, its perfect season gartner, while another Boilermak- Linebackers - Randy Gradishar, Ohio
today by The fensive or defensive unit. ruined by Ohio State, 14-11, last er, Greg Bingham, was a solid State, 6-3, 232, junior, Champion, Ohio;
The All-Star team, loaded ex- Saturday, won two berths on of- choice at middle guard. The awe- anilor, Belfk,M ane, Ohtte, D6 122
-titlist Buck- periencewise with 18 seniors and fense and two on defense. Tackle some front four averages almost kane, Wisconsin, 6-1, 220, senior, A1-
of the three four juniors, had four repeaters Paul Seymour and guard Tom 6-feet-5 and 255 pounds. sip, Ill.
n the honor from 1971 - running back Rufus Coyle of the Wolverines' attacking The defensive secondary was DI' efensive Backs - Brad Van Pelt,
gnth line just missed unanimous selec-. dominated by Michigan State, plac- Michigan State, 6-5, 221, senior, Owos-
ie AP's Mid- Ferguson of Wisconsin and guard so, Mich.; RANDY LOGAN, MICHIGAN,
Joe DeLamielleure of Michigan tion. ing Gail Clark as a linebacker and 6-2, 192, senior Detroit; Bill Simpson,
e tackle John State on offense and tackle George The same was true of Michigan's VanPelt and versatile Bill Simp- Michigan State, 6-0, 179, junior, Royal
Randy Gra- Hasenohrl of Ohio State and safety ( halfback Randy Logan and tackle son as defensive backs. Gradishar Oak taic . 6-0, 179,
Frd rmbu sharne ' rged(SECOND TEAM
all first-team Brad Van Pelt of Michigan State Fred Grambau on defense. and Wisconsin's rugged Dave La- Offense
due's record- on defense. Armstrong, closing a brilliant kanc took the other linebacker Ends - Garvin Roberson, Illinois,
Otis Arm- The quarterback post, in a tight career spectacularly in Purdue's berths, while Michigan's "wolf- and Billy Dupree, Michigan State.
battle, went to senior Mike Wells, 42-7 romp over Indiana, headed the man" Logan rounded out the deep Tackles - Bill Geiger, Indiana, andowa.
____ __ __-all-star backfield of Wells, Fergu- secondary. nGulr -Iwa. bsc, io-
Guards - Keith Nosbusch, Wiscon-
son and Minnesota's Johnny King, FIRST TEAM sin, and Chuck Bonica, Ohio State.
a Gropher all-time top rusher. Offense
,The All-Star offensive ends were Ends - Glenn Scolnick, Indiana, 6-3,
j Glenn Scolnick Indiana's superb 204, senior, Munster, Ind., and Steve
receiver, and Northwestern tight Craig, Northwestern, 6-3, 230, junior,
receiver, Akron, Ohio.,~~11
ALOHA Yankees g
end Steve Craig, a great performer Tackles - John Hicks Ohio State,
on a tail-end team. 6-3, 252, junior, Cleveland, Ohio, and
Illinois' steady and sharp Larry PAUL SEYMOUR, MICHIGAN, 6-5, 250,
McCarren won the center br senior, Berkley,eMich. l lreets tra d e
on an offensive line averaging 243 gaState, .3, 242, senior, Center Line,
iformation on job opportunities in pounds from tackle to tackle. Mich., and TOM COYLE, MICHIGAN,
fgradation on obopprtnitesin6-0, 233, senior, Chicago, 111. HONOLULU (P)-The New York
:r gaduaion . .Center - Larry McCarren, Illinois,
6-3, 237. senior, Park Forest,I s. Yankees acquired third baseman
Quarterback - Mike Wells, Illinois, Graig Nettles and catcher Jerry
Kaiaaina Career Opportunity Day BACK IN ACTIO 6-5, 220, senior, Normal, Ill. Moses from the Cleveland Indians
MIUII..RnigBacks - Otis Armstrong, Mssfo h lvln nin
Box 9668 Purdue, 5-11, 197, senior, Chicago; Ru- in a six-player trade yesterday at
Honolulu, Hawaii 96820 U-M BARBERS fus Ferguson, Wisconsin, 5-6 190, sen- the baseball winter meetings.
STYISTS2ior, Miami, Fla.; John King, Minnesota, The Yankees sent to the Indians
andSTYLISTS'6-1, 21, junior Harvest, Ala. catcher-first baseman John Ellis,
_Front Four - Steve Baumgartner, shortstop Jerry Kenney and out-
Purdue, 6-7, 247, senior, Lisle, 111.; fielders Charlie Spikes and Rusty
Michigan Union George Hasenohrl Ohio State, 6-1, 258, Torres, all young hopefuls.
senior, Garfield Hgts, Ohio; Dave Butz, resalyonhpfu.
Purdue, 6-7, 279, senior, Park Ridge, "I'm not worrying about youth.
- -- - - - - - ---CL IN IC-- I'm going out to get it this sea-
E son," Yankee Manager Ralph
THE DEPT. OF HISTORY OF ART & Houk said of the American
THE CENTER FOR SOUTH & SOUTHEAST ASIAN STUDIES League pennant.
'p C lass Presents a Lecture "We've talked with the Indians
about Nettles for more than a year,
TO TUNE YOUR OWN CAR "The Dawn of Proto-History in Southeast but it wasn't a deal until we threw
Tsian TUNEYdIiUR WNCARo iin Spikes," said Lee MacPhail, the
Asian Chansen and Initial ndianization 0 siam Yankees' general manager.
TLe xani'ro cv wiiu ldV Uni

Center - BILL HART, MICHIGAN.
Quarterback - DENNIS FRANKLIN,
MICHIGAN.
Running Backs - Harold Henson,
Ohio State; Ken Starling, Indiana; and
Greg Boykin, Northwestern.
Defense
Front Four - Tab Bennett, Illinois;
Van Deree, Ohio State; Jim, Ander-
son, Northwestern; and Gary Van Elst,
Michigan State.
Middle Guard - GREG ELLIS,
MICHIGAN.
Linebackers - Mike Fulk, Indiana;
TOM KEE, MICHIGAN; and Andre
Jackson, Iowa.
Defensive Backs - DAVE BROWN,
MICHIGAN; Greg Strunk, Northwes-
tern; and Rick Penney, Iowa..
Honorable Mention
MICHIGAN - Gil Chapman, Chuck
Heater, Bo Rather, Ed Shuttlesworth,
Clint Spearman, and Mike Lantry.
rab Nettes;
TomAgee
This year he was sidelined for
several weeks with a damaged
right knee and an injured rib cage.
He finished the 1972 season with
a sub-par .227 batting average and
hit only 13 home runs and batted
in 47 runs.
He was the star of the Mets'
World Series victory in 1969 when
he made several outstanding catch-
es and timely hits.
The Mets also traded two minor
league pitchers to the Cleveland
Indians for right-hander Phil Hen-
nigan.
The minor leaguers are right-
hander Bob Rauch and left-hander
Brent Strom.

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The Yanks, who nave been
seeking a long-ball hitter to bat
fourth in the lineup, have just the
man in Nettles.
The New York Mets later
traded centerfielder T o m m y
Agee to the Houston Astros for
outfielder Rich Chiles and a
minor league player tobe named
later.
Agee, the Rookie of the Year in
the American League in 1966 when
he was with the Chicago White Sox,
has been plagued by injury during
the past two seasons.

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USC and Alabam remain the top
two teams in the AP college foot-
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third to seventh while Ohio State
climbed to fourth. Oklahoma took
over third position after their vic-
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1. Southern California (46) 10-0-0 990
2. Alabama (4) 10-0-0 890
Daily Libels (tie) 11-0-0 890
3. Oklahoma 9-1-0 790
4. Ohio State 9-1-0 597
5. Penn State 10.1-0 563
6. Texas 9-1-0 494
7. MICHIGAN 10-1-0 487
8. Nebraska 8-2-1 419
9. Auburn 8-1-0 323
10. Notre Dame 8-1-0 306
11. Louisiana State 8-1-1 249
12. Tennessee 8.2-0 215
13. Colorado 8-3-0 151
14. North Carolina 8-2-0 81
15. UCLA 8-3-0 70
16. Arizona 9-2-0 50
17. Louisville 9-1-0 22
18. West Virginia 8-3-0 13
19. Washington State 74-0 11
20. Oklahoma State 6-4-0 10
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