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The Michigan Daily-Thursday, December 4, 1980-Page 9
1980 Associated Press

BY ALAN FANGER
With AP reports
Anthony Carter earned himself yet another prestigious
post-season award yesterday when the Michigan wide
receiver was named to the Associated Press All-America fir-
st team.
Two other Wolverines - defensive tackle Mike Trgovac
and inside linebacker Andy Cannavino - were selected to the
9 IP ta b s second team, while center George Lilja made the third team.
Six Michigan players also received honorable mention.
Carter, the sophomore speedster who has thrilled both
Wolverine fans and his teammates with electrifying moves
and an uncanny ability to catch the ball in a crowd of defen-
ders, had previously garnered several other honors, in-
cluding the Wolverines' most valuable player award and a
firs tm tE a -first-team All-America selection by Football News
The Riviera Beach, Fla. native becomes the first
Michigan sophomore since 1925 to be named an All-
American. Bennie Oosterbaan was named a first-team All-
a American as a sophomore following that season.
While Carter has reaped his share of awards this season,
he has broken an even greater number of records. He shat-
tered Michigan records for career touchdown receptions
(20), touchdown catches in, one season (13), and career
kickoff return yardage (824), while breaking the Big Ten
mark for touchdown receptions in conference games (11).
Carter also led the nation in kickoff return performance
with an average of 29.4 yards per return.

"He's the most gifted athlete I've ever been associated
with," said Michigan Coach Bo Schembechler of his flanker.
Quarterback John Wangler, who connected with Carter
on 43 passes this season, said of Carter, "There are a lot of
great players who have earned awards like this one
(Michigan MVP), but the thing that separates Anthony from
others is the fact that off the field, he is truly a great person."
"All he wants to do is play for this team," said Schem-
bechler. "He worries about keeping his spot in the starting
lineup."
Trgovac weathered a rash of midseason injuries and
finished fourth on the squad in total tackles with 56. He was
moved from his middle guard spot to a down lineman position
at the start of the season.
Cannavino's improvement during the season has been
described by Schembechler as "amazing", adding that the
Cleveland senior and defensive captain "ranks among some
of the outstanding linebackers who have played at
Michigan."
Lilja, the Wolverines' offensive captain, has held down
the starting job at center for three straight seasons. He an-
chors an offensiveline which many experts describe as the
best in the country.
Four of Lilja's fellow linemen - tackles Ed Muransky
and Bubba Paris and guards John Powers and Kurt Becker
- were given honorable mention, as were outside linebacker
Mel Owens and fullback Stanley Edwards.
Becker and Edwards have been granted a fifth year of
eligibility and will return to the team next year.

All.America Team

OFFENSE
Tight End-Dave Young, Purdue
Wide Receiver-ANTHONY CARTER,
MICHIGAN
Wide Receiver-Ken Margerum,
Stanford
Tackle-Mark May, Pittsburgh
Tackle-Keith Van Herne,
Southern California
Guard-Frank Ditta, Baylor
Guard-Randy Schleusner, Nebraska
Center-John Scully, Notre Dame
Quarterback-Mark Herrmann, Purdue
Running Back-George Rogers, South
Carolina
Running Back- Herschel Walker,
Georgia

\ DEFENSE
Defensive End-Hugh Green, Pittsburgh
Defensive End-Scott Zettek,
Notre Dame
Defensive Tackle- Leonard Mitchell,
Houston
Defensive Tackle-Kenneth Sims, Texas
Linebacker-E.J. Junior, Alabama
Linebacker-David Little, Florida
Linebacker-Mike Singletary, Baylor
Linebacker-Lawrence Taylor,
North Carolina
Defensive Back-Kenny Easley, UCLA
Defensive Back-Ronnie Lott,
ti Southern California
Defensive Back-John Simmons,
Southern Methodist

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Cagers down Kansas

By DREW SHARP
Special to the Daily
LAWRENCE, Kan. - Michigan for-
aard Mike McGee rebounded from a
ackluster season-opening performance
in fine fashion last night by leading all
scorers with 28 points and pacing the
Wolverines to an impressive 64-52 vic-
tory over the Kansas Jayhawks at a
rather boisterous Allen Fieldhouse.
The Wolverines never trailed during
the contest.
McGee tallied only 12 points in
Michigan's . victory over Eastern
Michigan Saturday, but on this oc-

McGee leads way
in road win

McGee
...back in form

.SCORES ,
College Basketball
Virginia 83, Randolph Macon 52
Old Dominion 75, Texas Wesleyan 50
West Virginia 53, Ohio Northern 50
Kentucky 70, Ohio State 64
Clemson 102, Stanford 59
South Carolina 85, NC-Asheville 57
Wright St. 81, Bowling Green 68
St. John's 78, Manhattan 58
SMICHIGAN 64, Kansas 52
IM SCORES
TUESDAY
Pre-Holiday Basketball
Quarterfinals
Tuesday Night Terror 22, Thornton's 19
Fisher 53, Dustbusters 9
Kardiac Kids 42, Law Gold 34
Legal Ease 49, Wounded Bizarre 29
Special Edition 64, Shemps 44
Andi's Bar & Drill 26, Michigan House 24
Hatchets 39, Arbory Pirates 33
Love Handles 2, Rambling Reeks 0 (forfeit)
Gold Inlays 61, Powerhouse '80 58
Raging Plegmen 44, Phi Alpha Kappa 33
Pretenders 75, I Don't Care 37
Buggy Busters 29, Bush House 12
White Shadows 68, Sigma Phi Epsilon,'A' 38
Excalliber 47, B.O.T.'s 32
Yo, Adrian! 50, Jugaderos 40.
Kelsey Roots 27, Law Dogs 26
Martha's Marauders 46, Nationwides 44
Chi Phi 57, The Center 24
Bursley Players 69, Jud Heathcotes 49
Dust 38, Chicago Hoopsters 20

casion he was much sharper. The 6-5
senior was constantly on the receiving
end of the Wolverines' potent fast
break, and wound up pouring in many
easy buckets. McGee was always
driving toward the basket, and the
Wolverines benefitted from it.
"IT WAS A really hard game and I
came ready to play," said McGee, who,
with his performance last night, moved
into third on the all-time Michigan
scoring list. "I don't really know why I
played so well. I guess I was a little
quicker than the guy who was covering
me most of the night.
"I can't take full credit for the per-
formance. It was a total team victory,"
he added.
McGee's play was supplemented by
the success of a new zone defense,
which Michigan coach Bill Frieder
planned specifically for this game.
OSU Hurt in
70-64 loss
to Kentucky
LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) - Charles
Hurt broke a 64-64 tie with a dunk shot
following a steal and Derrick Hord
sealed the game with two free throws
and a dunk as No. 2 Kentucky defeated
No. 9 Ohio State 70-64 in college basket-
ball last night.
Clark Kellogg, Ohio State's highly-
touted sophomore forward, scored his
team's last five points, the last on a
three-point play with 2:34 remaining to
tie the game for the final time.
But Kellogg was victimized with 1:21
remaining when Hurt stripped him of
the ball near center court and drove for
a dunk that put Kentucky, 2-0, into a 66-
64 lead.
Kellogg, who finished with 11 points,
fouled out with 43 seconds to go, sending
Hord to the foul line. His two free
throws made it 68-64.
Ohio State guard Carter Scott missed
the first free throw of a bonus oppor-
tunity with 23 seconds to play and Ken-
tucky maintained the upper hand.
Sam Bowie led Kentucky with 19
points, including 17 in the second half,
while Hord added 14 and freshman
reserve Jim Master had 10.
Herb Williams, the Buckeye's superb
senior center, led all scorers with 21
points.

"THE REASON why I felt we needed
the zone defense was because of the
quickness of the Kansas players," said
Frieder. "We had to neutralize that
quickness, especially Darnell Valen-
tine."
Valentine, the Jayhawks' consensus
All-american guard, was limited to 13
points and only three assists.
"Valentine is just a great penetrating
guard and we had to shut him down,"
said Frieder.
It was indeed a sterling defensive ef-
fort for Michigan, as the Wolverines
held Kansas to a 37 percent shooting
mark from the field. And the one
leading the defensive surge was for-
ward Thad Garner, who had nine poin-
ts.
THE JUNIOR co-captain was con-
stantly flying across the floor for loose
balls or scraping the boards clean for

rebounds. He wound up with eight
boards for the evening.
And the Wolverines' gutsy perfor-
mance was typified by the play of in-
jured guard Marty Bodnar.
Marty had severely sprained his
ankle in the EMU contest and was con-
sidered doubtful to even make the trip,
but he hobbled his way up and down the
court to contribute five points to the
Wolverine cause.
"I WAS kind of worried about playing
on the foot," said the 6-3 senior. "But I
thought I had to play and with the
trainers we have, they fixed me up to
the point where I could play above the
pain."
In the second half, Michigan was
playing a control-style of offense. The
Wolverines weren't in any hurry to
make things happen since they were
usually up by a dozen or more points
throughout most of the game.
Anytime the Jayhawks tried to form
a comeback the defense usually forced
a turnover and negated the effort.

THE ALICE LLOYD PLAYERS present
3 Plays by
Eugene lonesto
THE LESSON ,
THE LEADER
THE BALD SOPRANO

Hawks creamed

MICHIGAN
MIN FG/a
McGee.................40 12/21
Garner ................36 4/9
Heuerman...............29 1/5
Johnson..............32 2/8
Bodnar, Mk...........28 5/8
McCornmiick .............14 2/3
James...................6 1/2
Bodnar, Mt ..............15 . 1/1
Team rebounds

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4/5 8 0 1 28
1/4 8 1 4 9
0/0 6 1 2 2
0/1 5 2 0 4
0/0 2 3 3 10
0/0 3 1 3 4
0/0 1 1 0 2
3/4 1 1 0 5

KANSAS
MIN FG/a ft/a reb a pf tp

THE PROJECT COMMUNITY
Income Tax Assistance Program
is having a mass meeting for people interested in volunteering for the
program. Volunteers will be trained to fill out 1040-1040-A & State Tax
forms. " Gain Experience
" Make Professional Contacts
e Explore Career Opportunities
a Help.Others
MASS MEETING THURSDAY, DEC. 4
AT 7:00 pm
Anderson Rooms C & D
First Floor of the Michigan Union
For further info. contact the Project Community Office, 2204 Michigan
Union, 763-3548.
Office of Student Services & Office of Community Service
Counseling Services and the,
Center for Continuing Education for Women
are co-sponsoring a workshop about:
THI UPRWOAN:TE STRESS
OF MANAGING MLTIPLE ROLES
f ~Tuesday, December 19; 12-3:000 pm.
Michigan Union: Conference Rooms 4 A£5
This workshop is for Women Graduate and Pre-Professional Students
who are feeling the pressure not only to do it all but to do it all perfectly. If
this sounds like you, join us in a supportive and open setting to explore such
issues as support systems and networking, role overload, setting priorities,
combining career and family and mental health con'cerns. This is a particularly
useful forum fortwomen who are currently in a multiplicity of roles-sudent,
partner, parent, employee, daughter, etc.
Please pre-register by calling Anne at Counseling Services, 764-8312

Magley..................28
Crawford...............29
Mitchell.................22
Guy ...................35
Valentine..............40
Housey ..................21
Neal ..................25
Team Rebounds

2/10
3/7.
1/1
1/13
6/11
1/6
4/13

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Dec. 4 5, and 8
Alice Lloyd Hall

8:00 P.M.
Tickets $2.00

For More Information.
Call 764-5946 or 764-5947

Halftime: MICHIGAN 34, Kansas 22
Attendance: 13,100

TOTALS .............200 24/61 4/8 37 6 15 52

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DIRECT LOANS'
RUNNING SHORT
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applications for the State Direct Loan Pro-
gram for the Spring and/or Summer Term
1981 is December 5, 1980.
Submit State Direct Loan Applications to:
Office of Financial Aid
2011 Student Activities Building

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