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SPORTS _
Tuesday, November 9, 1982
'NEVER SEE ANYONE LIKE HIM AGAIN'-BO

The Michigan Daily

Page 9

One more home show for Carter
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By RUN POLLACK
Like all good things, Anthony Car-
ter's college career is coming to an end.
Saturday's game against Purdue will
mark the last time the swift flanker
suits up at Michigan Stadium, an oc-
casion Wolverine head coach Bo
Schembechler took considerable note of
at his weekly press luncheon yesterday.
"You'll never see anyone like him
again," said Schembechler. "We'll
replace him, but it won't be the same.
But then again, they said we couldn't
replace (Michigan's all-time leading
rusher Butch) Woolfolk. You never
know, we may get someone who will
excite you. He just may not be as good
as Anthony."
WHICH IS nothing to be ashamed of.
During his illustrious college career,
Carter has caught 146 passes, hauled in
31 touchdown passes and gained 4,890
all-purpose yards.
"I'm glad he came here," said
Schembechler in quite an under-
statement. "I've enjoyed having him.
That doesn't mean I don't get mad at
him, I do. But it's hard to stay mad at
him."
It's not difficult to understand why
Schembechler can't stay mad at Car-
ter. The angular receiver has his coach.
constantly searching for new
superlatives, several of which Schem-
bechler recited yesterday:
0 "He can do things nonchalantly that

are just great."
" "Someone told me that (A
tscaster) Frank Broyles desci
as someone made of barbed
takes a hit and gets back up.''
0 "No matter who he's up ag
stands out."
" "He's got soft hands. All y
receivers have that. And
weaves his way through defer
he gets the ball."
" "Carter's yards per compl
around 20 yards (20.9). IN
tlemen, that's a lot of yards
That's not dunking it downfie
he gets the ball, it's 20 yards o
down. Now if I were back the
make me nervous."
* "Other little guys won't g
middle. But he will. That's
different."
BUT THE biggest compli
corded Carter comes from n
than his peers.
"You ever notice the nu
receivers who have the nun
around the country now,'
Schembechler.
There are a number of
throughout the nation w
followed Carter's lead and do
jersey-number one, but ther
even more agents clamoring f
tention, given his National
League draft prospects.
"EVERY SLICKY in the bu

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LBC spor-
ribed him
wire. Hej
gainst, he
our great
he just
nses after
etion are
Vow gen-
gained.
Id When

be out to get him," said Schembechler.
And so, Schembechler will try to
guide his prized player during the next
few months.
"Don't write that I'm his agent
because I'm not," said the Wolverine
coach. "If you write that, I'm dead.
But I'm gonna advise him. I hope he
listens to me."
THERE'S NO reason to believe he
won't, everyone else does. CBS-TV will
televise Saturday's game against the
Boilermakers, but when Schembechler
and the stations big wigs differed on the

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contest's starting time, it was the
coach's words which were adhered to.
Thus, the game will begin at 12:35.
"They wanted 11:30, but I wouldn't
give it to them," said Schembechler.
"That's too early."
If the Wolverines defeat Purdue, they
will clinch a Rose Bowl berth. That's
all 'the motivation Schembechler
believes his squad needs, in spite of the
fact that his team is coming of an
emotional, last-minute 16-10 victory
over Illinois. "We're going for the
championship," he said proudly.

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Daily Photo by BRIAN MASCK
Michigan wide receiver Anthony Carter catches one of his five passes again-
st Illinois last Saturday. Carter, a two-time All-American, will play in his
final home game this weekend against Purdue.

TEAM

Michigan Grid Statistics

Brooks .............. 13
Anderson............7
Lot it.... ........... 11
Meredith ............ 9

8
13
7
8

21
20
18
17

Total First Downs.
Rushing .......
*Passing .......
Penalty .........
Total Net Yards ...
Total Plays ......
Avg. Per Play ..
Avg. Per Game..
Net Rushing Yards
Total Attempts ..
Avg. Per Play ..;
Avg. Per Game..
Net Passing Yards.
Att/Comp/Int ...
Avg. Per Attempt
Avg. Per Comp. .
Avg. Per Game..
Punts/Yds/Avg ...
Punt Ret/Yds/Av ..
KO Ret/Yds/Avg ..
Int/Yds/Avg.......
Fumbles/Lost .....
Penalties/Yards ...
Scoring
Total Pts/Avg ...
Touchdowns .....
Rushing ...
Passing ..
Returns .
PAT's/Att.......
2-Pt. Conv./Att ....
Field Goals/Att....

M
197
121
61
15
3628
635
5.7 a
403.1
2200
443
5.0
244.4
1428
192/98/9
7.4
14.6
158.7
37/1448/39.1
23/160/15.7
20/412/20.6
10/157/15.7
14/7
34/274

Opp.
205
76
120
9
3328
710
4.7
369.8
923
322
2.9
102.6
2405
388/238/10
6.2
10.1
267.2r
53/2107/39.8
12/28/2.3
25/443/17.7
9/71/7.9
20/10
54/563
135/15.0
16
-9,
7
0
13/14
1/2
8/9

Armstrong..........8
S. Johnson ........... 1

26 3.3 0 7
3 3.0 0 3

PUNTING
No. Yds. Avg. Long .
Bracken ............. 37 1448 39.1 58

*Tackles for losses
INTERCEPTI(

MICHIGAN.........443 2200 5.0
Opponents............322 923 2.9
PASSING
PA PC Yds
S. Smith............. 177 91 1370
Hal...... ........ 14 7 58
Carter..............1 0 0

18 42
9 37

MICHIGAN ......... 37
Opponents........... 53

1448 39.1 58
2107 39.8 59

TD
12
1
0

LP
61
17
0

No. Yds
Bostic................ 5 119
Cooper...............4 38
Lott................. 1 0

TD
2
0
0

LP
54
24
0

RETURNS

MICHIGAN ......... 192 98 1428
Opponents ........... 388 238 2405
RECEIVING

13 61
.7 46

Carter ...............
Dunaway ............
Bean ................
Ricks .............
Rogers...........
Rice.............
Garrett...........
Nelson......
S.Johnson.
Armstrong........
Kattus...........
Mercer............

No.
28
27
17
6
4
4
3
3
2
2
I
I

Yds
'584
326
293
46
51
21
23
23
31
22
12
-4

Avg.
20.9
12.0
17.2
7.7
12.8
5.3
7.7
7.7
15.5
11.0
12.0
-4.0

TD
6
3
1
0
1
1
0
0
0
1
0
0

265/29.4
33
13
2
32/32
0/1
11/14

LP
61
42
38
24
39
10
8'
it
16.
17
12
-4
61
46

" PR/Yds/Avg/LP KOR/Yds/Avg/LP
Carter......... 14/247/17.6/72 8/214/26.8/48
S. Johnson ......5/94/18.8/35
Rogers .......368/22.7/25
lassel ........2/25/12.5/14
Nelson ........ 1/il/11.0/11
K. Smith ...... 1/0/0.0/0
Cooper ......... 8/76/9.5/19
Rose ...........1/37/37.0/37
MICHIGAN ... 23/360/15.7/72 20/412/20.6/48
Opponents..... 12/28/2.3/6 25/443/17.7/65
FIELD GOALS
20-29 30-39 40-49 50+ Total
Haji-Sheikh ......... 3-3 1-2 6-7 1-2 11-14
MICHIGAN ......... 3-3 1-2 6-7 1-2 11-14
Opponents...........3-3 4-4 1-1 0-1 8-9
DEFENSIVE

MICHIGAN .........98 1428 14.6 13
Opponents...........238 2405 10.1 7

Field Goals/Att.... 11/14 8/9
ThirdDown Conv/Att 51/114 58/142
Success Pct. .447 .408
INDIVIDUAL
RUSHING

SCORIN
TDr* TDp

Ricks ............
K. Smith ............
S. Smith ...........
Rogers ..............
Rice.................
Mercer ...........
Carter...............
Garrett..............

Att
185
34
77
63
31
29
7-
8

Yds
994
276
275
273
128
125
64
36

Avg.
5.4
8.1
3.6
4.3
4.2
4.3
9.1
4.5

TD
5
7
4
1
0
w0
0

LP
42
28
37
22
13
18
15
14

Haji-Sheikh .........
Carter................ 6
S. Smith............. 7
Ricks...............5
Rogers .............. 4 1
Dunaway.......... 3
Rice ................. 1 I
Armstrong .I
Bean............... 1
Bostic ...............
K. Smith ............ 1
'TEAM'.............
MICHIGAN.........18 13
Opponents ........... 9 7

G
ExP FG TP
32-32 11-14 65
42
42
30
30
18
12
6
6
6
6
2
32-32 11-14 265
13-14 8-9 135

Name Tkls
Boren ............... 84
Girgash............82
Burgei ............. 45
Bostic .............. 44
Thompson............32
Carraway ........... 23
Hassel...............20
Rose ................ 24
Sincich .............. 23
Cooper.............14
Body................ 14

FOOTBALL
PURDUE, Nov. 13, 1 p.m.
HOCKEY
at Michigan Tech., Nov. 12, 8 p.m.
at Michigan Tech., Nov. 13, 7:30 p.m.
MEN'S and WOMEN'S
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NCAA District Championships
at West Lafayette, IN, Nov. 13
VOLLEYBALL
at Iowa, Nov. 12, 7:30 p.m.
at Western Illinois, Nov. 13,1p.m.
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'M' gymnasts led by McKee brothers

By PAUL RESNICK
Twin brothers Kevin and Mike
McKee captured the top two places in
floor exercise competition as the
Michigan men's gymnastics team
claimed numerous individual prizes
over the weekend in the Buckeye in-
vitational held in Columbus, Ohio.
Kevin McKee equaled his previous
personal best of 9.7 in posting the best
floor exercise score of the competition.
Mike scored a career high 9.6 to take
second in the same event. Coach Newt
Loken said, "They performed the best
routines of their lives."
MICHIGAN had to withdraw from
team competition even before the two-
day tournament began when all-around
performer Dino Manus fell ill. Host
Ohio State captured the team cham-
pionship over five other teams.
Despite withdrawing from the team
competition, the individual gymnasts
did well. Rick Kaufman scored 9.4 and
9.5 on the rings to place second. Nevin
Hedlund managed a fourth place finish

on the pommel horse with a 9.25 and
Captain Milan Stanovich placed seven-
th in vaulting with a 9.15 and ninth in
the all-around competition.

The team will send five all-around
competitors to Kalamazoo this Friday
to defend the title they captured last
year at the Bronco All-Around Classic.

Francipscan
Discovery
Days
A weekend for single Catholic men, 17-45,
to explore the story of Francis of Assisi
and the Franciscans
November 19-21 at Duns Scotus Friary,
Southfield, MI (near Detroit)
For further information contact:
Fr. John Kramer, OFM-(313) 357-3070.

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